my web predictions for 2010:

Enough said.

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  1. Funny, as always. Good timing btw, with all the discussions about the ‘social media experts’ going on!

  2. Gregory Alan Elliott says:

    Second balloon could also read “Don’t bore. Fuck!

  3. Thank you for spotlighting the word “engage”. Most overused word of 2009, for sure.

    Cheers Hugh!

    Ryan

  4. @ryan: I posit that “engage” is the 2nd most overused word.
    #1: “authentic.”

  5. Sums it up nicely, yes.

  6. No matter what we choose, market or engage, “fuck” is the real result we expected in the end, haha~

  7. I think ‘Fuck, you bore me’ was a nice way to put it. I had a severe head butt in mind when reading this (but I guess it’s hard to put in a bubble).

  8. Classic.

  9. Reading that made me laugh out loud – more than once.

  10. IMHO quite a nice and hitting the nail on its head summary!

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