“Cleaning up the dining area” means getting the fast food bags out of the back seat of your car.
Keeping up with sports entails adding ESPN’s home page to your bookmarks.
You have a "to-do list" that includes entries for lunch and bathroom breaks and they are usually the ones that never get crossed off.
You have actually faxed your Christmas list to your parents.
Pick up lines now include a reference to liquid assets and capital gains.
You consider 2nd day Air Delivery and Inner-office Mail painfully slow.
You assume any question about whether to valet park or not is rhetorical.
You refer to your flat filing cabinet as “the dining room table.”
Your idea of being organized is multiple colored post-it notes.
Your grocery list has been on your refrigerator so long some of the products don’t even exist anymore.
You lecture the neighborhood kids selling lemonade on ways to improve their process.
You get all excited when it’s Saturday so you can wear sweats to work.
You refer to the tomatoes grown in your garden as deliverables.
You find you really need PowerPoint to explain what you do for a living.
You normally eat out of vending machines and at the most expensive restaurant in town within the same week.
You think that "progressing an action plan" and "calendarizing a project" are acceptable English phrases.
You know the people at the airport hotels better than your next door neighbors.
You ask your friends to "think out of the box" when making Friday night plans.
You think Einstein would have been more effective had he put his ideas into a matrix.
You think a "half-day" means leaving at 5 o’clock.
You sit in a cubicle smaller than your bedroom closet.
It’s dark when you drive to and from work.
Fun is when issues are assigned to someone else.
"Communication" is something your group is having problems with.
You see a good looking person and know it is a visitor.
Free food left over from meetings is your main staple.
Art involves a white board.
You’re already late on the assignment you just got.
Dilbert cartoons hang outside every cube.
Being sick is defined as “can’t walk” or “you’re in the hospital.”
Your biggest loss from a system crash is that you lose your best jokes.
Your boss’ favorite lines are "when you get a few minutes", "in your spare time", "when you’re freed up", and "I have an opportunity for you."
Your relatives and family describe your job as "works with computers".
Your reason for not staying in touch with family is that they do not have e-mail addresses.
Your resume is on a diskette in your pocket.
You get really excited about a 3% pay raise.
You work 200 hours for the $100 bonus check and jubilantly say "Oh wow, thanks!
Salaries of the members on the Executive Board are higher than all the Third World countries’ annual budgets combined.
You read this entire list and understood it.