(1). Also referred to as “Leftover Day” and/or “Hangover Day”, the national holiday commemorating the day the Pilgrims woke up at two in the afternoon (a) under a picnic table, or (b) next to some Native American chick they didn’t even remember talking to last night.
Americans today celebrate by (a) showing up late for work, (b) not showing up for work at all, or (c) running out of an 8 a.m. meeting to throw up.
(1). To add content to a presentation or white paper. Usually suggested by those who believe length equals quality.
“Your proposal really lays out the plan perfectly, Don. But I think we should try to beef up the technical portion a bit. The boss will really enjoy wading through pages and pages of technical jargon. I just know he will!”