I’m not saying that I’m not saying anything, but if I’m not saying anything, it’s because I’m too busy saying I’m not saying anything to say anything.
*There. I said it.
I’m not saying that this is reverse psychology hidden within a double negative, but I’m also not saying you shouldn’t not download my new free ad-free app. Because you shouldn’t. Shouldn’t you?
*You don’t want to download my new app and make me happy don’t you?
I await the day when technology advances to the point that someone can literally drive me up a wall and I can turn to them and say, “You’re driving me up the wall” in context.
That will be fun to do that one time.
Originally published on: Oct 10, 2014 @ 12:51
Confession of the day:
Every time someone says “Let me grab my manager for you.” I picture them going into the back room and doing something they could get fired for.
Vik: Management through inappropriate acts – Chapter 1 “The Manager Grab”
Zero: …I suppose the alternative is you could ask someone to grab their manager, and when they get their manager, you can say, “That’s not what I meant.” And then they show YOU the exit.
Candie: Innocent-looking employee quietly approaches manager, gently cradles a buttock, and walks to their locker to gather their belongings.
Originally published on: May 28, 2014 @ 16:29
Weird thought of the morning:
They say that you shouldn’t stick your nose where it doesn’t belong…
And yet, I don’t think I have ever seen a sign indicating one way or the other where my nose should or shouldn’t go.
So for now, I’m taking a very non-committal approach and just leaving it where it is.
Originally published on: Nov 11, 2013 @ 10:58