You can Shove “No Problem” Up Your…

I never hear “You’re welcome” anymore, except from my mouth; it’s always “No problem” now. I hate that. I found this summary on the net somewhere but I can’t find the reference anymore: “No problem”: It is an appalling statement of egotism on the part of the service provider and any customer service trainer worth their salt should ban its use. I don’t care if it’s a problem, and by

Irrating Phrases

The most irritating phrase in the English language. Number one is: At the end of the day I rarely hear that around here. The nominations were: 24/7 absolutely address the issue around (in place of “about”) awesome ballpark figure basically basis (“on a weekly basis” in place of “weekly” and so on) bear with me between a rock and a hard place blue sky (thinking) boggles the mind bottom line