There’s about 535 people in Washington DC that I’d like to “wedgiesize”
I’ve heard of right-sizing, but wedgiesizing sounds even more painful than down-sizing.
Admit it: you guys are slightly remembering an old movie you saw with attacks on Congress in it.You are living out old scenarios you saw and were hypnotized by as kids. Clever, those guys, huh?
Well, wedgiesizing has to do with ‘down there’ parts, so it’s downsizing. ‘Downtheresizing’ ends up tough to parse, cuz some will call it ‘resizing,’ others will say that it’s what goes on their protest signs: ‘Down the resizing!’ Yep. ‘wedgiesizing’ works. It even gives Bob a job!!
It’s a republic, if we can keep it.
Luckily, Emperor Dogbert wears no clothes.
Making bad decisions since the dinosaurs…
If Dogbert pleases anyone but himself, he thinks he needs to try harder. Although Bob seems to be having fun.
Remove too many people and the business tanks
So you’ve gotta please yourself. ♪ ♫
Layoffs, downsizing, rightsizing . . . no matter how they spun it the employee got shorted. Wedgiesizing is more than descriptive. The thing that gets me is that they thought employees too stupid to see through the PR. 1990 was the first time I heard rightsizing. In preparation for the dark days to come, they had us sit through Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.
“Not great, Bob!”
Sounds pretty bad but what all is involved in getting sacked?
I miss Bob the Dinosaur in the recent Dilberts
I remember when the Wedgie was re introduced during the 90’s. It was following the fashion trend to wear you pants hanging off your hips and underwear three to six inches above your pants.
Seems unfortunate for Bob to be working with the Emperor Doggiebert I.
One may hope he will have a change of heart and join the Oppressed in their Resistance to the Empire!
Remember, when Dogbert wags his tail, it means he’s being sociopathic.