Thudd, the office asshole, decided to send out a memo (in Wingdings, of all fonts) to convoke his poor colleagues for a 6am meeting so he could conduct his synergy and marketing presentation (entitled Syner-G Unit: How Hip Hop Could Maybe Revolutionize Corporate Branding) as the sun began to rise (Thudd fancied himself a vampire). Using a mix of pickwickian slang and outdated pop culture diction, Thudd’s colleagues were both mystified and teeming with rage as he closed the presentation by throwing a handful of miniature Kit Kats at them and screaming, “When in Rome, cowabunga as the bungas do!”
Pickwickian \ pik-WIK-ee-uhn \ , adjective;
1. (of words or ideas) meant or understood in a sense different from the apparent or usual one.
2. (of the use or interpretation of an expression) intentionally or unintentionally odd or unusual.
3. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of Mr. Pickwick, central character of The Pickwick Papers
convoke (verb) \kun-VOHK\ : to call together to a meeting