When Shaun L. was down in Brazil, he tried to learn some Portuguese to make it easier to get around. One extremely convenient phrase to learn was “Obrigado” which means “Thank you.”

While Shaun was getting around just fine, some of our other coworkers weren’t too interested in learning. With this mindset, it’s not surprising that they were having trouble remembering words. Perhaps this was most apparent when our coworker Dave thanked his bartender for a drink

Dave (to bartender): “Avocado”


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