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(1). Yikes – it means somebody is constipated. And what’s wrong with “affect” for “impact”?
“You know, Tim, I’m just not sure the project you’ve been working on all year has been impactful to the company in the way you thought it would be. You probably should’ve focused on your actual work instead…”
Props to Priscilla W. for the submission.
(1). A somewhat polite (and yet overly descriptive) way to describe the reason your boss was just fired…and the reason his secretary was recently promoted to vice president.
“People, I wanted to let you know that Mike decided to resign as CFO yesterday…seems he had a bit of a zipper issue earlier this year that we feel may cause some reputational risk to the firm. We’ve named Herman as his temporary replacement. You all know Herman…he’s the guy with the hairy mole on his nose and the moobs…no risks there!”