84th Challenge Result (corporate claptrap.)

April 26, 2010

Hello! Before we get to Seth’s pick of the week, let’s appreciate all of the haiku!

CuJen gave me the munchies:

On your list, less swell
than mallows, but beats out chips.
My best guess? Cheez Whiz!

Ben’s relationship ended cleanly:

On your listless swell
our rubber ducky of love
circles ’round the drain

Take it away, Seth…

Well, not a whole lot of competition this week, but the winner’s a hard one to pick nonetheless. All are brilliant.

Maybe it’s because I work in a living Dilbert strip, but I want to see what can be done with “corporate claptrap”. My pick, then, is Mattrix.

On your list: Less “Swell!”
“Keen!” “Neat-O!” and a bit more
corporate claptrap.

Nicely done, but again, this was not an easy choice!

Thanks, Seth! And congratulations to mattrix! Our new first line is corporate claptrap. Put your haiku caps on, and I will be back early next week with mattrix’s pick!



5 Responses to “84th Challenge Result (corporate claptrap.)”

  1. debrarian Says:

    Corporate clap: trap
    for those who dally with their
    sexy office mates.

  2. Corporate claptrap
    Empty verbiage or nonsense
    Banker talk I think


    Corporate claptrap
    The water cooler chatter
    Leads to more gossip

  3. Seth Says:

    Corporate claptrap
    fills the e-mail page nicely.
    What’s it mean? “You’re fired.”

  4. Ben Says:

    Corporate claptrap.
    “Downsized”. “Outsourced”. “Freelance”. Now,
    part-time flimflam-man.

  5. Joanna Says:

    Corporate Claptrap:
    The name of Chrysler’s promised
    comeback vehicle?

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