Two things come to mind
Firstly, why do a number of CS-ers keep saying "len" and "lense"? Go figure.
And secondly, I really hate is those sentences which start with "Kindly". e.g "Kindly note that the photocopier is spoilt". Why must I note the fact that the photocopier is spoilt in a kind way, whatever that means. It doesn't make sense.
Just buggers the hell out of me! Ha ha.
horrible misuse and lack of understanding. Revert ? Revert into what? A white snake? F-ing hell.
Also, "please advise", "synergise" and any other dumb office/corporate email jargon.
Last edited by superbeng; 14th December 2009 at 04:50 PM.
I find the generic usage of the word "blur" strange in Singapore...
"at the end of the day..." - person dying liao... better do wat he wants.
"seriously speaking..." - past conversations all not serious.
"tell you the truth..." - whatever said last time all lies.
"noted" - as if really took note of what was mentioned.
Excuse -- esscuse
Exam -- essam.
Experiment -- essperiment
OMG. its an X for goodness sake, not an S. sheesh.