I feel like such a limpdick at the office. I got a notification from Linkedin to "endorse" someone in the office for a skill someone else recommended them for. So I clicked the endorse button and was whisked to my Linkedin homepage, which is pretty barren. The rest of the office have fully decked out homepages with all kinds of info and horse manure about how great they are at this and that.
I then looked at my page and thought, "I should put up a photo, and add info about my experience, and add some skills for people to endorse, and accept those 10 invitations, and look through the recommendations because I know a lot of those people, and send out some invitations . . . and then I logged out and came to browse zam instead.
Maybe I should list that as one of my skills. You guys would endorse me for "Pointless and Inane Jibber-Jabber" wouldn't you?
Solicitations malefactors! I am endeavoring to misappropriate the formulary for the preparation of affordable comestibles
Write it in English, not in Pentagonese. It's not a launcher, rifle cartridge, 7.62mm; it's a rifle. Call it a compass, not a direction-finding module. And if someone insists on being called AdcomphibsPac, the Fact File should explain to those not gifted in garblespeak that he's talking about the administrative office of the communication services for amphibious forces in the Pacific.
— Preface to The United States Department of Defense Fact File