We have been using "Pack and Went" but there is some debate around the office, some say "Pack and Go'ed"
That would be related to how the term is used, here I would say I just did that project as a Pack & Go, not sure if Go'ed is a word, but then again English is my second language and I sucked at it in school...
Well, the command is called "Pack and Go". So, I use "Pack and Go" for all.
Did you PnG that?
Are you done PnG'ing that?
Packed and Went?
Packed and Gone.
I hate to admit it but I have said Pack and Go'ed even though go'ed is not a word. To me I would tell someone,"I pack and go'ed that for you" Seems to make more sense then saying,"I pack and went that for you". I feel like that would just bring up the question of what pack and went even is. At least most people know what a pack and go is so seems clearer to me.
Edit: I will now only be saying PNG'd that as Todd mentioned.
You could say "I did that project as a Pack & Go" - Now I'll find myself using Go'ed, yep I just packed and go'ededed that.
Whacked & Packed?
Packed up & left?Broken?
I am officially going to Whacked and Packed.....at least until HR finds out
Jim Steinmeyer wrote:Whacked & Packed?
Jim Steinmeyer wrote:
That's what happened to Jimmy Hoffa
John Stoltzfus wrote: LOL - Jim Steinmeyer wrote:Whacked & Packed? That's what happened to Jimmy Hoffa
John Stoltzfus wrote:
Tried not to use it as a verb
Did you use "PackGo" or did you run "PackNGo"
I like this one... However, I tend to refer to it as having "packed it."
Packed and gone.
How about "Done did."
If you email it do you say you "mailed it?".
When something is done I say "Nailed it."
sounds like a PLANT vs ZOOMBIE
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