8 definitions by Tom Sanchez Prunier

Often had by foodies or very stoned people, it's the incredibly satisfying feeling you get immediately following the first bite of something that tastes really good. Could be steak. Could be Cheez Whiz. It is exactly the epicurian delight you needed at that particular time.
Woah, my girlfriend and I had simultaneous foodgasms at that new restaurant last Friday!
by Tom Sanchez Prunier May 04, 2007
Assembling a gadget without reading instructions, throwing the extra parts out with box, then calling manufacturer and telling them they weren't included when gadget doesn't work.
Sorry I was late. I installed my GPS via male intuition and got to know your development really well over the past 30 minutes.
by Tom Sanchez Prunier April 21, 2008
(n.) Stylized, intelligent or appropriately styled characteristics of an idea, proposal, speech or expression. Denotes a concept expressed in a professional, plausible manner.
I'm sorry Jack. You're proposal for casual attire year-round doesn't have enough articulature to put before the board. Come back when you can make a better case for it.
by Tom Sanchez Prunier September 08, 2010
n. applies to new or recent hires that don't seem to understand the job for which they were hired.
That new girl in Logistics hit terminate velocity last Thursday when she sorted one column of a 50,000-cell spreadsheet and saved it to the shared drive.
by Tom Sanchez Prunier September 08, 2010

1. The vocabulary of someone who works in broad strokes, usually to hide the fact that they don’t read the fine print.
2. A vernacular reserved for educated-yet-confused people, typically in politics or business, to fill the air with expensive, polysyllabic words to intellectually filibuster when a clear answer is not apparent to said (over)speaker.
1. He spends enough time in the strategysphere to prove he didn't read the contract.

2. When Bob asked Maribeth to answer for her project's failure, she flew up to the strategysphere and never came back. By then, we were all asleep.
by Tom Sanchez Prunier October 02, 2008
Harassment over email, either by extending threads well past their point of completion, or by making urgent requests better expressed in person or on the phone.
The erassment never ends. Joe just requested mid-week figures even though he's at a conference until Monday.
by Tom Sanchez Prunier July 01, 2008
When an incompetent employee makes continuous, connected, inefficient email requests of a top employee, each one followed by another like a never-ending Matryoshka doll. The expert answers the question or provides the information and the asker makes an follow-up request that could easily have been made as part of the initial question, not unlike a three-year-old in a “Why?” fatal embrace.

It is the electronic version of someone who won’t leave your office, and an example of modern corporate inefficiency. It is also the reason why top people need firewalls to prevent them from bombardments of stupidity. In the past, it was the live executive assistant or receptionist. Now, since most experts are not executives and don’t have administrative assistants screening their email, bumbling, disorganized employees can waste large gobs of (presumably more expensive) time with incomplete request after incomplete request.
Email from incompetent: Hey, can you get me the sales numbers from the third quarter?

Email response from expert: Sure, here they are (attached).

(five minutes later)
Email from incompetent: Hey, can you also send me projections for fourth quarter?

(expert, yelling at monitor): Why didn't you ask for that before? I have a meeting in five minutes and have to deal with an echo request from Dave in Logisitics?! Come on!
by Tom Sanchez Prunier January 22, 2010

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