Annoying Office Jargon - Part III


#923

Or alternatively you could just shove your thumb up your hole.


#924

We’d need to prototype and evaluate the business impact of this before adopting it as standard process.


#925

Combinatorial testing boys.

Some vibram wearing consultant mentioned this in a talk he gave to our dept about 6 months ago. I did a little digging and have managed to draft a fancy presentation on it and the benefits it will give to our QA teams.

I’ll get a fucking road show out of this yet.


#926

You are ahead of the curve.


#927

He is seeing opportunities where others see roadblocks


#928

oh the spoof is strong with this one; looking forward to leveraging from your knowledge base.


#929

Is this it?


#930

I always knew you were a blue sky thinker. You just seem to have that way about you.


#931

Millenialize? Heard this one on the radio earlier


#932

Ideate.


#933

“The longest pole in the tent”


#934

I hope you shouted out “waaaahey” after that?


#935

And you wonder why you are still a IT desktop support monkey.


#936

I’ll turn you on and off you freak


#937

some fella told me a while ago he’ll “ping” me tomorrow.
i responded with “great” and walked away feeling a little odd


#938

Or “that’s what your sister said last night”


#939

@TreatyStones
@Big_Mick_McCarthy

Cool the fuck down and get back to your code base, you are putting this weeks release at risk. I already flagged AMBER at todays scrum.


#940

There are some desperate cnuts out there.


#941

Pressure makes diamonds.


#942

Desperate what’s?