[personal profile] serakit
I present to you: Cliche Bingo! Inspired by the list of cliches [livejournal.com profile] jducoeur posted. These come from the list he linked to and the Forbes slideshow linked to at the end of the list.

The rules:
Issue everyone a cliche bingo board. Each time you hear a cliche that's on the board, place a counter on that square. The center space with the star is a free space. First one to accumulate an entire row, column, or diagonal of five squares wins. Since everyone has the same board, cliche bingo works best when played by people in different departments or companies and will therefore have exposure to different situations at work. Cliches only count when used in a workplace setting. Cliches said by any players do not count.

Cliche bingo can be played for a pool or for free. The honor system is required by the situation; we trust players will accurately report the cliches they hear.

The board:

Cliche Bingo

Date: 2012-06-28 04:40 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] jducoeur
... that is a disturbingly clever idea. It's actually *good* management consulting, in a twisted sort of way.

I think I need to share this one...

Date: 2012-06-28 09:14 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] serakit.livejournal.com
Over on Etiquette Hell, this is advocated as a measure for dealing with toxic people-- make a mental list of crazy things and reward yourself when they get to five. Of course, "toxic people bingo" is usually played in your head while this gets a game board...



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