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    • Sometimes you have to like your own comments to get the ball rolling
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    • so the customer described a swing with 3 wooden seats but couldn’t describe the tire. either the customer or employee is stupid
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    • How does he describe a tire swing as three pieces of wood hanging on a tree
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    • As an engineer I'm offended...but the documentation part is dead on
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    • working in a the contruction field as a welder for 3 years let me say this is the most acurate shit ive ever seen in my life.
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    • My girl and I just broke up. Just a couple drive by Fs would make my evening. Sorry for being that guy i just need a little back up lol
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    • I believe the customer actually wanted a noose
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    • dangit bobby i said a tire swing, not a tier swing
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    • My computer science professor has that as basically the only thing on his page
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    • The best part for me is the “tier swing” / “tire swing” pun
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    • If anyone fucks up designs it’s the architect, not the engineer. My family has been in the building industry for three generations and the architect always wants to defy physics.
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    • My high ass thought the tack at the top was a disco ball added to the tree.
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    • Tire swing = "Tier" swing
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    • For those who don't understand how the customer can't describe the tire swing, customers tend to think, "I want to do X, so I need Y. Make a Y for me." When they have no idea how anything works, and what they really need is Z. This whole metaphor is terribly accurate.
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    • A tire swing, not a tier swing.
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    • Are we just going to ignore that the customer wanted a tire swing and somehow described a three seat swing?
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    • I like how it implies the customer described a tier swing but really wanted a tire swing
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    • What the customer actually wanted *noose*
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    • (Laughs in OSHA violations)
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    • Am I the only one who thought the second panel had a disco ball before realizing it was the thumb tack?
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    • Blame the customer for the piss poor description
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    • An engineer would never design a swing like that
      XanaxATD 4 jun
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    • “I want a tire swing” Manufactures: did you say a rope ladder?
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    • If an engineer designs that, he isn’t an engineer
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    • they wanted a tire swing but described a tiered swing, lol.
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    • I work at AT&T and I’ll be damned if this isn’t true
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    • Engineer ain’t that stupid you’re thinking of the architect
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    • It makes me uncomfortable how accurate this is..
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    • Idiots in here and taking it completely literally and not realizing this is only a representation of how projects go.
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    • Marketing 101
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    • Or instead of all that BS design and build it yourself but that might be to complex for some in my generation
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    • I’d tell y’all a carpenter joke... but I’m still working on it.
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    • This is what it’s like working with stupid ass self important sales/marketing people as an engineer. This also happens when you have a dumb fucking non-engineer running a company that engineers stuff.
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    • If the customer describes a swing consisting of three wooden planks suspended from two ropes, I fail to see how they could actually want a rubber tire suspended from a single rope. Ain’t that hard to describe.
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    • Where’s the noose?
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    • I design closets for a living and this sums it up
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    • You know, I wouldn't even be made if I got the "what manufacturing installed", that's some impressive shit.
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    • Lol i did the storm drains and such at the Equestrian Center in Tryon NC... The site engineer was a idiot. We wound up 20-30 ft below final grade for our bases and runs because of how he wanted it. And 90% of his plans had us running into live util lines. Basicly had to redo all the math in the dit
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    • He said a tire swing but they heard tier swing. Thats the joke behind the first and last panel. Like so others can see.
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    • That's essentially what working in graphic design is
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    • I just wanted a sandwich
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    • At least there weren't electricians involved 🙄
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    • I thought a noose was gonna appear at any time
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    • K.eep I.t S.imple S.tupid
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    • I sure hope the engineer didn’t design a swing that swings straight in to the tree
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    • Why didnt the customer just describe it as a tire swing in the first place?
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    • it's a damn tire swing, just say so
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    • Then just say tire swing instead of weird ladder thing
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    • Wow this was in the newspaper... Years ago. My mom was excited about it and hung it on her bathroom literally 3 years ago
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    • I'm an engineer and I can say yeah this is usually very accurate. Except for the case of government contracting like making weapons and such, obviously that is under the finest of microscopes and has expert detail
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    • This is accurate
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    • I work in the HVACR business as an estimator and OMG this is so true 😂😂
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    • How the fuck do you describe 3 steps of a rope ladder thinking "this is a big rubber circle, right?"
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    • Accurate
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    • Lol this is too accurate
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    • I worked at a furniture store for 4 years, this is pretty goddamn true
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    • They show this image when teaching six sigma. It’s a process improvement tool that engineers use.
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    • 100% accurate in the trade field
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    • How the fuck you explain a tire swing as a triple seated regular swing
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    • If your significant other is going through a tough time and is not doing well, reach out to them. Put plans aside. Don’t let them lay in bed trying to hold it together while you’re in the room next to them laughing with friends and acting like they don’t exist.
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    • I got trained this at my bank job and as hilarious as it may be, the Agile methodology was considered some big breakthrough for entrepreneurs who were scratching their heads why new services were just not successful in customer satisfaction as much as their analytical predictions had foretold.
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    • I work in construction and this is 100% correct
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    • Cuz they described a tier swing but wanted a tire swing
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    • Nothing pisses me off more than when the building engineers install the duct work in front of the ladders so I can get on top of the fucking air handler, or the cooling tower.
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    • As an engineering student, this is exactly how it works.
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    • The customer filed for a tier swing instead of a tire swing
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    • Does anybody notice that half of all features are just reposts of old features?
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    • You better get screwed if you pay an engineer and a marketing team to install a tire swing.
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    • Why didn’t he just do it himself, it’s a fucking tire and a rope
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    • I was trying really hard to figure out what that circle was in the second panel. And then I realized
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    • KingKobe 4 jun
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    • He described a tier swing but he wanted a tire swing
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    • This is soooo true exaggerated, but true af
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    • Working in sales be like
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    • DIY that shit. Buy a tire, buy a rope and make that shit
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    • Who hires an engineer to design a tire swing?
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    • Three tree tied tier tyre?
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    • You could just said a “tire swing” from the third branch or something
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    • My coworker actually has this attached to the back of his toolbox
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    • The girl who’s desk is right beside mine at work has this poster up on her wall
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    • The only thing that's not true about this is that the engineer would probably design a normal, working swing
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    • I could swing from the budgeted one
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    • This is so true its sad
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    • I'm an engineer, and I approve this message.
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    • Wtf a programming meme
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    • Aerospace industry
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    • I found this and have it posted over my desk. I am a land surveyor and this speaks to me on every level because I deal with ALL of those people.
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    • Tire swing, are they fucking autistic
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    • I like to think of I.T.infrastructure as the tree everyone just assumes he's going to be there and working.
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    • I don’t know what to do with this without a caption.
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    • Honestly the what got budgeted was closest
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    • Sounds about right
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