The Guffipedia is a “dictionary of business jargon and corporate nonsense”. It is published by the Financial Times newspaper and houses the “finest drivel” from their archive – as well as “fresh twaddle submitted by readers and certified” by Lucy Kellaway.
Regular readers will know my fascination with jargon, and when I saw an article about words used by hip young start-ups in The Wall Street Journal the other day, I thought I just had to share it with you.🙂
UK consumers are enraged over the increased spaces between Toblerone chunks that have appeared recently. The change is only being applied in Britain at present.
It is being blamed on Brexit or a rise in commodity prices, depending on who you listen to.
Are you sitting comfortably?
Today’s offering was published in 1993 but I think it remains just as much fun – proof of which is that the book is still available. The quality of the drawings goes without saying too – it is filled with work by exceptional cartoonists.
This comes from the wonderful Twitter feed VeryBritishProblems @SoVeryBritish.
I love the slogan: “Making life awkward for ourselves, one rainy day at a time”.🙂