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*runs for cover*
should've been "In ITT:"
*deletes own account in shame*
but people say it all the time. It should be 'it's a steep learning curve' or something similar to make any sense.
Like how people call stuff "aerodynamic" all the time which is technically meaningless but you know what they mean.
Actually I'd probably just take it to just mean "it's a learning process, don't worry" etc.
IDK maybe just being fussy today. probs people around you misuse it horribly. soz
shame on me. Yeah, I know what they mean but I just want to look down on people. Might start pointing out to people when they've failed to use the subjunctive tense correctly.
Is there a difference between management initiatives born in the summer cw in the winter?
Im gazing out of the window looking at the sky for inspiration, but its grey, not blue, will my thinking be affected greatly? (incidentally, i find little fluffy clouds in a blue sky far more interesting than totally clear skies.....and sometimes a great big billowing towering cloud could help you think more powerfully?
genuine question as to whether the phrase is bourne out of psychology or is it just bourne out of crap?
this is much better than the original tho
A wolf in cheap clothing
Its a pizza cake
A guy at work once announced that his wife had completed her faeces for university
everythink seems ok to me.