This person always drops-off a video call whenever the word "budget" is mentioned.
This person needs at least one calendar month's notice to do a Digilab upload, because they need to "plan in advance."'
This person can join the meeting but "just needs to be somewhere at 16:00."
With 5 minutes to spare on the call, this person is famous for adding "one last thing;" when it's never limited to one, nor is it ever the last thing.
Graeme: "Guys, please; I need this ... ... today." (Two Words)
A Thursday status meeting starts. "Hello, ... here."
The other agency.
"Sorry everyone, I was on mute."
The standard answer from Nissan when Jeane follows up on the status of a P.O: "It's in the ..."
This person always wants our camera's on during video calls. Not to see, but to be seen.
"OK thanks, can everyone see my screen?"
This piece of market correspondence takes 10 minutes to create but 10 days to be sent out.
This person wishes we would be nicer to the other agency.
This person prefers to connect with Skype. Or not at all.
Graeme: "Reveal it, but do it low-key."
This person is famous for ending sentences with "you understand?"
Greets in Afrikaans, but comes from America.
Five-star reliability you can trust. Zero-star NCAP rating.
The most demanding NSC but with the lowest BP.
This country is convinced they are getting RHD L02D; Nissan just doesn't know it yet.
The NSC who launched the new Y62 BMC with the old Y62.
This person replies to all and thanks people for thanking them.
Promises. Promises. Promises.
Famous for asking Jeane: "But isn't this covered in the retainer?"
To survive the airbag, is to survive the accident.
Standard response from PR, for any reveal assets: "We are waiting for ..."

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