Be Brief And Win A Saints Burger Joint Voucher For Two With Work’s Kak
I totes just lolled when The Dirty W expected me to stay late, I was all like WTF, I G2G and I won’t BRB. Chat abbreviations bring out the 16 year old in me. I’m not ashamed to admit it. I love a good ROFL. I love to share my problems with strangers online and then follow it up with a quick.
Typing full words is so last century, if you don’t dig on the acronyms then you’re just a FWOT, that’s right. I said it. I used four letters to insult you. This is truly the pinnacle of language evolution. Never before in the history of the English language have four simple letters been used so effectively as an insult.
Well ok, but ja, well no, what I mean is, we communicate more efficiently using a language that everyone understands. Even old people are in on it.
And they ain’t afraid to tell you. So here’s the thing we think it’s high time this lazy ass form of communication got a little shake up. It’s time we took it back and put it to some proper use. Use it to communicate everything we hate about work, or anything we’d rather be doing than working. Make the boss man feel like
Because that way we can say what we want.
Now is the time to make up your own. Like when you take an extended Friday lunch at Saints, because you just won one of these
you just SMS the receptionist: WKSYM – Work’s Kak See You Monday.
Enter on Twitter, just make up your own Dirty W defeating abbreviation, follow @Workskak and @SaintBurgerJnt and Tweet it at us, along with its meaning. Or, Like Work’s Kak and Saints Burger Joint on Facebook by making your desk hating abbreviation and it’s meaning your status. Tag us in it. Funny and original could win you a voucher from the good folks at Saint Burger Joint.
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