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Cringe-worthy marketing speak
« on: 20 December, 2021, 08:17:22 am »
Today's (20 December 2021) Diamond Geezer blog is a masterpiece - see    - sales blurb for blocks of doubtless expensive flats.

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With the "bullshit bingo" reference I was reminded of meetings when I had a job (at an AT&T subsidiary - think of Dilbert, that's where Scott Adams worked and was inspired) when we'd have bets about introducing words during the meeting - the all-time classic was when - cravaat, corduroy and walnut  - were all used (this was an IT company) in one meeting.

Re: Cringe-worthy marketing speak
« Reply #1 on: 20 December, 2021, 06:04:47 pm »
I think my current favourite is when companies have produced the "ultimate" product. I'll know you've done that when you've fired your whole R&D department since, if you've already produced the ultimate, there are really no more possible improvements that you could develop.