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April 28, 2006

News & Opinion: Word of the Day

By: 800-CEO-READ @ 7:13 PM – Filed under: Management & Workplace Culture


From The Dictionary of Corporate Bulls**t: an A to Z Lexicon of Empty, Enraging, and Just Plain Stupid Office Talk:
hate 1. intense animosity 2. a feeling you thought you had given up a long time ago, as it's an unsophisticated and juvenile emotion more suited to a grammar school--"hate is a strong word"--and beneath a rational and fully realized adult such as yourself 3. something you feeling with deep, unmitigated, unwavering, and uncomplicated conviction toward whoever tortures you at work (your boss, a particularly evil coworker, etc.) or toward your job or company in general, as it places you in an environment of injustice, petty power plays, and humiliation on a daily basis. WIll make you say extremely venomous and strikingly inspired things about people that in the past you might have felt guilty about saying, but now celebrate and take great pleasure in expressing. Feels so good.