|1.||works for me|
A commonly used phrase by software developers to indicate that the bug reported by a user is not repeatable on their machine, and will therefore receive no more attention. Usually connotes a dismissive approach, where anything that is not visible immediately to the developer is "someone else's problem" and is therefore not worth fixing.
User: The website does not show any content when I log in.
Developer: Works for me.
|2.||works for me|
1. The meeting time you proposed is not yet blocked out in my calendar.
2. The joke you sent me may prove offensive or incomprehensible to persons from other geographical regions, but because I am from California I find it funny.
1. Tuesday at 11? Works for me.
2. A guy walks into a bar in Alabama and orders a white wine. All the hillbillies sitting around the bar look up, expecting to see some pitiful Yankee from the north.
The bartender says, “You ain’t from around here, are ya?”
The guy says, “No, I’m from Canada.”
The bartender says, “What do you do in Canada?”
The guy says, “I’m a taxidermist.”
The bartender says, “A taxidermist? What in tarnation is a taxidermist? Do you drive a taxi?”
“No, a taxidermist doesn’t drive a taxi. I mount animals.”
The bartender grins and hollers, “It’s okay boys. He’s one of us.”