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Skatan wrote: »
True, I've worked in a corporate environment and wrote so many powerpoints I could write them in my sleep, and it's almost always just gibberish. My latest one was awarded with a "admiribly prepared, as always" from the CFO, a PP I've spent a whole 30 minutes making.
The next person is an epic leveled powerpointer with the whole feat chain;
* Slide transitions (level 1)
* Crammed-full slides with too much information because everything gotta be written! (level 3)
* Stopped using slide transitions again after realizing it's amateurish (level 5)
* realized less info is more info (level 7)
* Upper right logo (level 9)
* Keeping a set style of colors per project/area to make them recognizable (level 11)
* Bleached, somber color scheme using cappuccino mocha oatmeal milk lite, watered down waterfall blue, tinted amethyst green on a summer day and opaque amber with a fossil dinosaur baby tones (level 13)
* Write a lot, yet say nothing (level 15)
* Push for decisions, yet accomplish nothing (level 17)
* Create a need for a follow-up meeting before even the first meeting is over (level 19)
* Demi-god skills of making everyone think there was value in the meeting yet without actually having said, decided or done anything (level 20)
OrlonKronsteen wrote: »
Who are you calling a dolt, good sir? As for acquiring a bolt of cure cold, I steadfastly deny these wild allegations!
The next poster imagines his/her fellow forumites as looking like their profile portraits in real life, despite this being a ridiculous notion.
semiticgod wrote: »
I just edited my avatar to match a self-portrait I drew once and I think I look adorable!
The next poster is an adorable sweetie pie in denial.
Skatan wrote: »
True, I have no idea what it is. Rutabaga sounds like a barbarian, so I assume you like heavy drinking, brawling and raging, as well as, wearing only leather and fur (though that has nothing to do with personality). You enjoy solving issues by handing out knucklefist sandwiches and speak only in one syllable words. Am I close?
The next person thinks I'm very close.