A while back, I shared some reactions one might see if NBC’s The Good Place deployed Microsoft 365. In the show, profanities are auto-filtered and replaced with something a little more G-rated. For example, “holy sh**” becomes “holy shirt!” So even though PG-13 profanities can’t be used, the characters can still get their emphatic points across.
In that spirit, I present some M365-inspired (but G-rated) profanities and swear alternatives to incorporate into your daily vernacular.
|M365 app||Office-appropriate swear alternative|
|Forms||Son of a BRANCH!|
|OneNote||I don’t give an INK-TO-SHAPE.|
|Outlook||What the FLAG?|
|Planner||Son of a BUCKET!|
|Power Apps||Don’t be an APPhole.|
|Power Automate||For FLOW’s sake!|
|SharePoint||Heavens to WEB PARTS!|
|Stream||What in TRANSCRIPTION??|
|Sway||Gosh CARD it!|
|Teams||Cheese and CHANNELS!|
|Word||Holy WORD WRAP.|
One Reply to “Aw, PIVOT! G-rated profanities and swear-alternatives inspired by Microsoft 365 apps”
Nice! Sharing with my Office engineer teammates.