50 Shades of Corporate Writing

Hey, everyone else seems to be posting lame 50 Shades content. Why aren’t we? You’ve got 50 seconds! – Editor

 

50 Shades of Corporate Writing


You’ll admire this blog post.

You’ll adore this blog post.

You’ll applaud this blog post.

You’ll appreciate this blog post.

You’ll be amused by this blog post.

You’ll be content with this blog post.

You’ll be fond of this blog post.

You’ll be infatuated with this blog post.

You’ll be into this blog post.

You’ll be mad for this blog post.

You’ll be partial toward this blog post.

You’ll be pleased by this blog post.

You’ll be thrilled by this blog post.

You’ll cherish this blog post.

You’ll cotton to this blog post.

You’ll delight in this blog post.

You’ll dig this blog post.

You’ll dote on this blog post.

You’ll drink in this blog post.

You’ll eat up this blog post.

You’ll enjoy this blog post.

You’ll esteem this blog post.

You’ll fall for this blog post.

You’ll fancy this blog post.

You’ll feel rapturous about this blog post.

You’ll feel sentimental about this blog post.

You’ll feel tenderly toward this blog post.

You’ll feel zealous about this blog post.

You’ll flip over this blog post.

You’ll get this blog post.

You’ll get a charge out of this blog post.

You’ll get a kick out of this blog post.

You’ll get behind this blog post.

You’ll groove on this blog post.

You’ll have a ball with this blog post.

You’ll have a crush on this blog post.

You’ll have a soft spot for this blog post.

You’ll have kind regard for this blog post.

You’ll have some affection for this blog post.

You’ll like this blog post.

You’ll love this blog post.

You’ll prize this blog post.

You’ll rejoice in this blog post.

You’ll relish this blog post.

You’ll respect this blog post.

You’ll revel in this blog post.

You’ll savour this blog post.

You’ll take joy in this blog post.

You’ll treasure this blog post.

You’ll worship this blog post.

There are probably 50 shades of meaning behind virtually any corporate memo.

Wouldn’t it be nice if writers would choose the one that they really mean, with words that make it obvious, instead of using words like ‘synergy’?

In fact, we should axe that word.

Reject it.

Delete it.

Abolish it.

Can it.

Crush it.

Destroy it.

Forget it.

Send it to the woodshed…

(That’s enough – Ed.) 

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