These 13 Ridiculous Business Phrases Are Actually Brilliant
Larry Kim
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Way to go, Larry.

A great one I learned while working in Australia and now use for increased befuddlement: “It’s chalk and cheese”.

This is particularly apropos when some smartypants introduces an off-tangent remark. Dismiss their input with a condescending “It’s chalk and cheese”; and amp up the condescension relative to the wisdom of their remark (and your inability to handle it.)

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