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"Like a boss"

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Is anyone else sick of hearing this used as the "hip" analogy?

"OMG! dimbee posting threads like a boss!"

Ugh.

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I do lots of things "like a boss"

Specifically, this one:

Pointy-Haired_Boss.jpg

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I've never heard anyone say that IRL.

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I do lots of things "like a boss"

Specifically, this one:

Pointy-Haired_Boss.jpg

Nice haircut, Mr Scot.

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I've never heard anyone say that IRL.

I have, unfortunately.

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I used to say it all the time about 10 years ago back when I still in high school but stop using after I graduated... I guess I grew up.

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I have, unfortunately.

That defiantly deserves a punch in the jugular.

BTW congrats!

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Nice haircut, Mr Scot.

Per Scott Adams, the pointy hair is meant to approximate devil horns.

And for the record, I hear people say "like a champ" way more than I hear "like a boss".

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