Take a Break!
If you’re reading this, chances are you’re someone connected to the construction industry. We know that because we’ve spent several years building a library of blog posts geared for the guys and gals who contribute in one way or another to the building of America. And many of them find their way to this blog when searching for construction accounting information.
We offer tips, practical solutions, and up-to-date information concerning running a well-organized and profitable construction company.
But once in a while, we suggest that construction leaders take a short break from the hard stuff and concentrate on the goofy stuff. And it seemed the first week in January of the New Year would be an excellent time for that break.
Following is a list of daffy definitions that you can put to use any way you like; tailgate talks, office chats, and in-house newsletters all come to mind.
Definitions that Make You Tilt Your Head
Acre – Someone that aches
Aftermath – Relaxation after algebra class
Arbitrator – A cook that leaves Arby’s to work at McDonald’s
Artery – The study of paintings
Avoidable – What a bullfighter tries to do
Bacteria – The back door of a cafeteria.
Balderdash – A rapidly receding hairline.
Barbarian – Belonging or related to Barbara.
Barium – What doctors recommend when their patients die
Benign – What you be after you be eight
Bide – Past tense of buy
Cauterize – Made eye contact with her
Counterfeiters – Workers who install kitchen cabinets
Defile – Remove from alphabetical order
Delight – Make things go darker
Dilate – To live a long life
Doughnut – eccentric millionaire
Equip – joke online
Flabbergasted – Appalled over how much weight you have gained
Flatulence – The emergency vehicle that picks up someone who a steamroller has run over
Infantry – A small, immature tree
Inhabit – Dressed as a monk
Intense – Camping
Labor pain – The result of a work injury
Lymph – To walk with a lisp
Medieval – Not completely wicked
Minimal – Small shopping center
Mobilization – Removing your landline and switching all calls to your mobile
Neighborhood – Gangster next door
Nitrate – The price after sundown
Oxymoron – Someone who is as dumb as an ox
Paradox – Two physicians
Quadrant – Four people shouting
Relief – What trees do in the spring
Syntax – Tariff on immorality
Thesaurus – A dinosaur that studies words
Tumor – One more than one more
Urine – Where you are when you aren’t out
There you have it! Feel free to get back to work now. 😁
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