2016年9月22日 星期四

twirl, twiddle, 'in the know.'

“You feel smart with this card. You’re 'in the know.' You’re not flashy.”

The Sapphire Reserve card has the points-and-miles obsessed fired up.
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Any fool can record how many people post messages on Slack or speak up in meetings. It can take years to discover whether somebody who is sitting alone in an office is producing a breakthrough or twiddling his thumbs

Helping people to collaborate is a wonderful thing. Giving them time to think is even better
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in the know. With knowledge of something. "People in the know are aware of a nuclear explosion if even the slightest jolt was made upon the renegade carrier."

twiddle
twirl

twirl
twəːl/
verb
  1. 1.
    spin quickly and lightly round, especially repeatedly.
    "she twirled in delight to show off her new dress"
noun
  1. 1.
    an act of spinning.
    "Kate did a twirl in front of the mirror"




TWIDDLE-DIDDLES: Testicles.

TWIDDLE POOP: Effeminate-looking fellow.

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