The Oxford English Dictionary has redefined the word solution to mean "a group of incompatible IT products, that you bitterly regret being suckered into buying by a man for whom plain english is a second language"
Oxford English Dictionary redefines the word Solution
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Who needs solutions? With helpful notes like
"Allowed markup: BBcode a blockquote code em strong ul ol li img font strike center u hr.
You can also put code in between backtick ( ` ) characters."
solutions would be overkill. Give us more problems, that's what I say.
And while I'm about it, I notice that at a stroke the nice admin lady and the IT department have, between them, eliminated all controversy over the Nerdsbiscuit scoring system.
Problems? I think you mean 'issues'
Issues? I think you mean 'challenges'
Challenges? I think you mean 'disabilities'.
Disabilties? I think you mean 'areas of potential improvement'
Areas of potential improvement? I think you mean 'enhancement opportunities'
Enhancement opportunities? I think you mean 'Boob job'.
Whatever you mean, it's nice to see you putting it between backtick ( ` ) characters, like the nice admin lady said.
And, Rikkor, have you noticed that we have to enter our tags comma seperated, and not separated?
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