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Thursday, August 03, 2006

Another work-based catchphrase

One more to add to the two gems:

3. "I'm stupid, but it's your fault!"
What it means: Self-explanatory.

Background: a colleague was stressing over a client who was unable to perform what seemed to be a simple task. The colleague got the impression that the client was blaming her for it. Thus the phrase came up.

Usage: "She blames me for not knowing the sky is blue??? She's stupid, but it's my fault!"

But I think "comms" still takes the cake.

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