Amy, not On the Web on this occasion, but in Books, Words and Writing, has a posting (see below) linking to a site called Buzzwords , which claims to be dedicated to de-mystifying jargon. Buzzwords is a dictionary in which one can spend many a happy hour browsing.
Here’s an example especially for Susan: "deja poo: The feeling that you’ve stepped in this bull before."
This is quite good: salad dodger: Someone who is overweight. "What does he look like?" "Well, he’s a bit of a salad dodger."
I like this one: Boolean Approach: A decision-making process favored by business execs in which the answer is either "yes" OR "no." Also known as a "digital decision."
Amy also links to one of those quizzes which are just everywhere. This one is of some interest to me so I actually did it: "Which classic literary female character are you?" The only such character I ever remotely identified with was Jo March from Little Women (until she blew it by getting married), but I came out as Jane Eyre, same as Amy. Please put your outcomes in the comments– are Amy and I soulmates or is there a mass consipracy to make us all Jane Eyre? (Both could be true.)