word of the day: April 17, 2010
Middle-management buzzword for the need to discuss an issue at a later time.
Since Andy dropped the ball on this one, we will have to circle back next week and go over the numbers.
An action phrase used by clueless management and consultants to end a conversation because they're afraid of committing to a course of action and to imply they will continue to think about it. Question the sanity and time management skills of anyone who says "Lets Circle back later"
me: Should we go with A, or B?
Consultant: Hey dude it's 3pm and mumble mumble, lets circle back later
me: Fuck you! Decide now!
The person that sneaks back and swipes a second helping or an extra snack from the plate of donuts or food. He or she tries to do it discretely.
Some one circle-back and got that last piece of cake I wanted. You have to watch him and that chicken, he will circle-back.
to revisit or follow up; a term often used by Scott Vance
Ryan, why don't you circle back with me on that....
when a dumb clueless bitch decides she knows where to turn right but ends up missing the turn and then we have to try to make a u-turn
Its this right-me
no its not- D.C.B
Great we just missed the turn no wonder your parents hate you-me
Just Circle back-me