Alternatives to swearing like a sailor.
I found this on Graduate Fasttrack (from a social media site) and I thought that as the season has just begun, it would be a perfect time to share with you this letter.
Please note that I am a big big fan of interpersonal communication and I think that it is very important to be able to express your feelings when you talk with your fellow crew member’s.
Therefore, try adopting some of the suggested expressions below
|Instead of saying:||Try Saying:|
|1||You don’t have a f***ing clue, do you?||I think you could do with more training|
|2||She’s a f***ing power-crazy b*tch||She’s an aggressive go-getter|
|3||And when the f*** do you expect me to do this?||Perhaps I can work late (again)|
|4||F*** off a*se-hole||I’m certain that isn’t feasible|
|5||Well f*** me backwards with a telegraph pole||Really?|
|6||Tell someone who gives a f***||Perhaps you should check with…|
|7||Not my f***ing problem mate||I wasn’t involved in the project|
|8||What the f***||That’s interesting|
|9||No f***ing change mate||I’m note sure this can be implemented within the given time scale|
|10||Whythe f*** didn’t you tell me that yesterday?||It will be tight, but I’ll try to schedule it in|
|11||He’s got his head up his f***ing a*se||He’s not familiar with the issue|
|12||Oi, f*** face||Excuse me, sir?|
Remember that for most you you, your summer season has just stated.
So when you are ready to throw someone over board, just remember to adopt a little mantra, to help you calm your mind and stay in the now.
My mantra was: Its just a bad day not a bad life:
Wishing you all a successful summer season and calm seas.
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Forget The Swear Jar.Alternatives to swearing like a sailor.