'Use Sparingly,' a tumblr of business jargon


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Two cents is really getting obsolete now. Canadian pennies aren’t made now. Expect American pennies to stop being made soon too.

At the end of the day, a speech using the phrase “at the end of the day” in it is pretty much guaranteed to use it multiple times, because the end of the day will have not yet arrived, leaving the issues that, at the beginning of the day, were still unresolved, still unresolved at the time of the speech as well, creating pressure on the speaker for a resolution that, at the end of the day, it is hoped will have somehow have occurred.


These are gold.

Particularly enjoyed ‘Mindshare’… leaving this tab open to follow the link later.

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