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What you don’t want to do is give an interviewer any reason to say “no,” especially if they believe that you aren’t a cultural fit. Even worse, if your interviewer’s name actually is Roger then he’ll probably be waiting for you to explain what “that” is that you were referring to. Maybe the worst of the acronyms you should already be avoiding, nothing good ever comes from FUBAR (fucked up beyond all recognition) — whether it comes out of your mouth or somebody else’s. “Sergeant.” From the outside (read civilian) world, everybody in the military is a sergeant, lieutenant, or general.
So here are nine sayings to avoid while testing the waters of a new career. Instead of “roger that,” a simple “yes” will suffice. “Hooah/ Ooh-Rah/ Whatever the Hell else.” While camaraderie and positive energy are good, leave the “hooah’s” at home. Here’s a lesson from yours truly, so you don’t make the same mistake I did: Apparently, hearing the word “target” come out of a Navy SEAL’s mouth paints a completely different picture than the connotation I was implying (I believe my question at the time was, “what sort of people do you target for new hires? Additionally, I was referencing past experience so naturally “targets” were things I executed (see below), but what I really should’ve said was projects. Not just what an acronym means, but what it is and why it’s important. “Enemy.” While you may be right, competition is the more popular term. Be sure to offer the context behind what a sergeant is and more so, what his or her expectations were of you and how you fulfilled them. Remember, at the end of the day you want to speak to four things — the situation, the challenge, efforts applied, and results achieved because of your efforts — in a language commonly shared.
Some acronyms, usually amusing and ironic, are formed in reverse, i.e., by starting with a word, especially a brand name, or an existing acronym, and finding new words to fit each of the letters, for example the 'bacronyms' made from ACRONYM and YAHOO.
When a man gets into a relationship with a woman, he will often make the mistake of hiding from his true potential as a man behind the relationship.
They are a fascinating reflection of the development of communications, language and social attitudes.
Strictly speaking, acronyms are words formed from the abbreviations of others, but as you'll see, many of these acronyms aren't words at all, and even some of the best known acronyms like LASER and RADAR have bent the acronym rules.
When a woman loses respect for you as her man, she will then begin to feel less attraction for you and when that happens, she will gradually begin to fall out of love with you.
Maintaining a woman’s respect is essentially about being a strong, honest man that she can look up to, rather than a wimpy, unreliable man that she looks down on.