Day’s Verse:
I’ll not deny my integrity even if it costs me my life.
I’m holding fast to my integrity and not loosening my grip—
and, believe me, I’ll never regret it.

Job 27:5-6

1. Nonconsequtive

2. Surgicated

I have my hypotheses what these words, creatively invented by our coworkers, may mean, but I solicit your ideas.

KF quality

3 thoughts on “Define the Word, a la Says You

  1. hmmm…

    Nonconsequtive – Not in order by level of consequence.

    Surgicated – thrown into a power surge on purpose to create an emergency day off.

    : )

  2. This reminds me of a coworker of mine who submitted a document to our document center that included “supplications.” I think he meant “appendices” or “supplemental material,” but the distinction seemed to be beyond him.

    Surgicated: The way a person feels after drinking Surge Soda.

    Nonconsequtive: Sorry, I’m fresh out of witty remarks…

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