Me: I think we need a vacation.
Hattori Hanzo: From What?
Me: From all this unemployment. I miss working. This sucks. We need to get away.
Hattori Hanzo: Umm ...I think maybe we just need a job.
Me: You need to think outside the box.
Hattori Hanzo: ...
Me: You need to shift your paradigm.
Hattori Hanzo: Why are you speaking in corporate clichés?
Me: We need to optimize our throughput.
Hattori Hanzo: You have no idea what any of that means.
Me: We need to maximize our synergy.
Hattori Hanzo: Seriously. Knock it off.
Me: We have to have full divestiture from discrepination.
Hattori Hanzo: Now you're using made-up words. You need to stop this immediately.
Me: Heh. We need to minimize our point-to-point labial constructs.
Hattori Hanzo: I'm pretty sure that "labial" means something different than what you think it does.
Me: You need to think outside of your mom's box is all.
Hattori Hanzo: I hate you.
PS: I totally am taking it easy this week, so don't be all "Yo, Holmes! Where the writin' at?" because that's really improper phrasing, sentence structure, and wording. Also, wanna see how far I can flip my slipper into the air? It's awesome.