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BREAKING: The Lunduke Journal predicts 37% more buzzwords in 2023
"Imagine a sharknado… but with buzzwords instead of sharks. Horrifying."
The Lunduke Journal has predicted unprecedented, and terrifying, increases in the total number of buzzwords, in use by the Tech industry, for the coming year.
“2023 is going to see an onslaught of new buzzwords — resulting in a 37% increase in total buzzwords by years end,” stated Bryan Lunduke, the Tech industry’s leading prognosticator. “What those buzzwords will be, we can only speculate. But there’ll sure as heck be a lot of them. Swarms of them. Coming from almost every direction. Imagine a sharknado… but with buzzwords instead of sharks. Horrifying.”
Industry analysts from both IDC and Gartner issued their own 2023 predictions regarding buzzwords.
“Sharknado? I don’t think so,” stated one analyst. “If anything, Lunduke is being conservative. Our internal models predict a 42% rise in the total number of buzzwords by Q3 alone. This is more of a Sharknado 2: The Second One — or possibly even a Sharknado 5: Global Swarming scenario.”
“The point is, people are going to die,” stated Lunduke.
In a related prediction, The Lunduke Journal is forecasting that there will be an 87% rise in “Acronyms that take longer to say than the non-abbreviated words they represent.”
“Think about how ‘WWW’ takes longer to say than ‘World Wide Web’,” stated Lunduke. “Now imagine doing stupid stuff like that… 87% more often. Yeah. 2023 is gonna suck.”
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