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Marketing bollocks, buzzword bingo, or your mum saying "fudge" when she really wants to swear like a trooper. Let's ride the hockey stick curve of this top hat product, solutioneers.

Thanks to simbosan for the idea

(, Thu 8 Apr 2010, 12:13)
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Good times
Utter redundant nonsense. Saying 'good times' over an awkward silence, during a bout of alcohol intake or int he midst of any otherwise enjoyable convresation will not create good anything.

Following on, '[blank] times' seems to have become an epidemic. Apparently the times we live in can be variously good, bad, sick, lol (lol times? really?) and so on till we all die of shame.
(, Thu 15 Apr 2010, 9:29, closed)
I like to respond with "good Telegraph".
The crossword is more challenging than the Times'.
(, Thu 15 Apr 2010, 9:30, closed)
I blame Jusin Lee Collins personally and with enormous prejudice.

(, Thu 15 Apr 2010, 9:38, closed)
Bad Times is acceptable
when used as an admonishment.


The Times: "We're putting up a paywall. As of june, you'll pay a pound a day to read our articles online."
The internet: "No! Bad Times!" *taps on the nose with a rolled up non-Times newspaper*.
(, Thu 15 Apr 2010, 9:43, closed)

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