Standard Office Jargons : 1


For those who go to office, I hope this would make a little sense. πŸ˜‰ Ever since I came into this office thing, I was trying to understand what hidden meanings are behind the standard jargons being spoken, and believe me, its no less than Dan Brown trying to track the holy Grail!
so, off we go :
***Β Can you please… Β  ***
Do not EVER think that the person is trying to be courteous to you. This sentence traces back its origin in the cliche we are tought on the day first of our training no matter what company you get started with. This just means that the person writing the mail doesnt has to think something new everytime he writes a new mail, which is a plenty if he’s a manager. πŸ˜‰
*** Looking into this..! Β ***Β 
This dangerous and frightful sentence warns you on behalf of replier that “He’s got no fucking idea about what you are talking about and you should stop expecting, or give him\her enough time to let her figure out how to deligate it to someone else, just like you did. πŸ˜›
I wonder sometimes whats so intense in the matter to look into, and after 15 mins, you get, “Still looking into it, and it’s very beautiful.” πŸ˜€ For god’s sake, Its a matter!
*** Please Join the Conversation/Bridge/Conference call… ***
These sentences have as horrible reasons as the synonyms to get you on your toes and Realize that your good day is over, instantly.
I feel like it being Colloseum, where big (and useless) people talk over some god knows what matter and fix some god knows what went wrong thing. Finding myself complacent when I come alive out of such things, I will never be able to look back and realize what the hell we were trying to fix in that tug of war telephonic Gladiatoronics! πŸ˜€
*** Β Adding/ + / looping/… Β  ***
Adding a Whole new person/team to the longest of email coversations (read it transfer of responsibility) in one flash and attaching some most irrelevant mails to the already existing nonsense is another downright absurd thing one could be subject to. If you are that person, I suggest you call your home/honey to say you will be late for dinner, coz you ain’t going nowhere now, nigga. πŸ˜‰
More to come… >
Edit : Please click here for part-2
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19 thoughts on “Standard Office Jargons : 1

    • I didn’t get a chance to look in to this..Simply means I have no fckng idea whats inside..!! And yes.. Have to say.. Nice ones..!!

  1. Hi Chirag,
    This one was rilli ice Broh…Enjoyable πŸ™‚

    I have one complaint…Why are u writing Short Beautiful Things πŸ˜‰

    Enjoy!!!

    Regrads,
    Amey

  2. Hi Chirag,
    This one was rilli nice Broh…Enjoyable πŸ™‚

    I have one complaint…Why are u writing Short Beautiful Things πŸ˜‰

    Enjoy!!!

    Regrads,
    Amey

  3. seems like u r catching onto to some hip hop jargon outside the office… πŸ™‚ Amey too!

    anyways, true that most of the office phrases don’t follow conventional wisdom. Nicely written .. hopefully part 2 is in the pipeline πŸ˜‰

  4. @Saurabh : You are write broH…at least v hav smthin in the office which doesn’t follow conventional wisdom πŸ˜‰

    @ Chirag : Its time part-2 comes outaa pipeline…..

  5. at initial years of telecom office is visited as rarely as library in college……bt yes the points you raised were i guess very close to reality…..specially ” can you please?” & “please join the conversation”……

    nice attempt…..

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  7. These jargons covers almost 80 % of our mails πŸ™‚
    i won’t be surprised if they start using such phrases in automatic alerts soon …

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