Thursday, July 5, 2007

GWB definition of 'accomplishment'

When it was my turn to update the status of a project in a meeting today, I started "The tasks are done, but...", and my manager went "Ok. I'll note it down as a 'G. W. Bush accomplishment'". So I understood, when something isn't actually accomplished, but still is claimed victory for, it is a GWB accomplishment. Will this idiom ever make to the common English language?


This is a true cause for celebration for GWB.


GWB entertains America. Solely by the yardstick of entertainability, he is undisputedly The President of the USA.

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