This Ad Hilariously Skewers Every Bad Business Cliché Your Coworkers Have Uttered

Avaya's outside-the-box idea

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With the business world comes jargon, and with the Internet, well, only more jargon. In a new campaign for Avaya, a communications technology company, the buzzword-heavy business world is delightfully, hilariously skewered.

The fun new spot, made by public relations shop FleishmanHillard in collaboration with YouTube comedy duo Tripp and Tyler, features quick clips of business people saying overused phrases like "ping me" and "let's talk offline," which sound especially silly when taken out of context. It draws on a video format made popular in 2011 by the Web series Shit Girls Say

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