Saturday, November 8, 2008

Rocket Science?

At the end of the day, I personally think (and with all due respect to people who disagree) it's fairly unique that at this moment in time, the economy is absolutely a nightmare haunting us 24/7. It's not rocket science, so why didn't people get it earlier? What is all this gobbledygook? Well, it's just a sentence I cobbled together, using all the phrases which are apparently amongst the most irritating that many people use in their speech, according to Damp Squid, a book by BBC Radio 4 presenter John Humphreys. These are 1 - At the end of the day 2 - Fairly unique 3 - I personally 4 - At this moment in time 5 - With all due respect 6 - Absolutely 7 - It's a nightmare 8 - Shouldn't of 9 - 24/7 10 - It's not rocket science 11 - synergy I invite you to comment on my post, using these very phrases....

2 comments:

Anant said...

At this moment in time, I have the fairly unique opportuunity to absolutely share with you something that is in our minds 24/7. Yes I am speaking of Chandrayaan and don't let any one say it's not rocket science. With all due respect, it's a nightmare scenario in which Chandrayaan would miss its lunar orbit, but I dare say that it is because of the synergy of our scientists working together that one can say abolutely that it is bound to work.

Although not a comment on your post, I thought one ought to make up a topical story with the phrases that the Learned Mastah has cobbled together. Unfortunately I was not able to use "Shouldn't of".

Your humble student.

AMOK said...

In and of itself, I personally, at this moment in time, know it is not rocket science, with all due 24/7 respect. At the end of the day, it's a nightmare fairly unique and, I absolutely shouldn't of left out, of synergy.