Whether you're writing a report, a letter, or a presentation, ask yourself: - Who's the audience? You can't cut to the chase unless you know to whom you are talking. It's not only distracting, but subtly erodes the relationship.
As for the normal things you like to do for fun, Cutttothechase isn't really interested.
Unless it's the spiteful things you like to do for fun. Dancing on the pretend grave of the person who dumped you -- now we're talking.
When a trivial conversation sidetracked Jerry and Elaine from talking to George about his piano-playing girlfriend, George cut in with a and repeat that expression back to them. Most people don’t know–or can’t explain with a straight face–the origins of such phrases well enough to defend them.
If that doesn’t work, Jerry’s four-word declaration should be enough to make them go cold turkey.
Instead of time-released flies in the ointment, would make them buzz-worthy from the get-go. Say goodbye to flattering lighting and Photoshopping sprees.
Farewell to frozen images as accurate as the frozen dinner cartons that embellish the barely recognizable "meat" inside. Smile and say "cheese." As for the handle above your image, forget the uplifting "Let the sun shine in" aphorisms. Why entrust a description of yourself to someone as un-objective as you? What if a site trumpeted our all too human sides, yes -- proudly?In the interest of full disclosure, you'd be assured of no nasty surprises later.In a daring move, Miss Robbie enlists Jenae's help in setting up a profile on an online-dating website to search for a new man.Jenae tries to help craft her bio with clever, romantic turns of phrase, but Miss Robbie prefers to cut to the chase: If you're breathing on your own and have a car, then you are a match! Enjoy more sizzling moments from the Sweetie Pie's kitchen.