Day 1819: Buzzwords

During any busy and buzzy times of the year (like now), I notice buzzwords.


Do I hear a buzz in the audience about the meaning of buzzwords?

noun informal
plural noun: buzzwords
a word or phrase, often an item of jargon, that is fashionable at a particular time or in a particular context.

I have a  simpler definition of “buzzwords.”

Words creating a buzz.

I think it’s important to pay attention to the words buzzing around us.

Do you see any buzzwords in my other photos from yesterday?








Sweets give me a sugar buzz, especially this time of the year. Which buzzwords are buzzing around you, right now?

Here‘s a  “buzzwords” video buzzing on YouTube:

Here‘s another one:

Here‘s one with music:

Feel free to create a buzz in the comments section, below, with your buzzwords.

Finally, the best buzzwords for all who helped me create this post and for you (of course!) are ….




(a buzz of anticipation)





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14 thoughts on “Day 1819: Buzzwords

  1. Oh, how I do not miss the language of the corporate world. Sadly, I must admit I have uttered most of those words at one time or another. In retrospect, it is sort of funny. Enjoy the day off on Monday.

  2. My head, as always, is buzzing with words, but that’s a happy thing. Without words we’d be speechless.

  3. Merry Christmas, Ann, Michael and Aaron. That is all the buzz you’ll get from me. 🙂

  4. Tripp & Tyler videos are hysterical. My favorite is the one about conference calls:

  5. Loved the buzz word clips- especially the first one!!

  6. Snowflake

  7. Pingback: Day 1821: You don’t say | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

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