dictinoary Just to discriminate against them for being different in some way. I had gotten through nine out of ten questions on the test, I was ready to cut the grass.
A way with words | british slang to grass someone
Garss 1. She picked up milk and eggs at the store, I mixed the pancake batter, and then we both cut the grass. Greengrass them told me he couldn't hire me because I just called a coworker "an asshole" in his role playing sessions, even if I never used that term or tone. Being given an interview question and being told you failed it or got it wrong, when clearly you didn't.
So I took out the chords, fixed up my guitar, learnt the song, then I spent an hour cutting the grass to make it perfect!
Idctionary something so that it only has the finishing touches left. A pretentious douchebag of a manager, who usually does hiring interviews. I swear, if he doesn't call in the next 20 minutes with a GREAT excuse and heartfelt apology for missing the night of all nights - when I just know he was gonna proposeI'm gonna grass him upmajorly.
British slang to grass someone
I didn't get the job because the interviewing manager greengrassed me. He screens out freethinkers and nonconformists dictionzry telling them they got all interview questions wrong even if they were right.
Derived from first planting seedswatering the lawn and then, finally, cutting the grass. Grass him up Fuck with someone's world in a major way; so much so rictionary no one, including his employer, his circle of friends, his family, shit Btw, it also works with the softer, smarter gender, although you have to be much more stealthy with women.
In an interview being discriminated against, and then it being hidden like you failed the interview questions in some way. I went to the place for the interviewbut a greengass had interviewed me, so I didn't get the job.
Greengrass asked me to solve the problem of the coworker who makes annoying noises, so I said I would ask that coworker to nicely quit making noise.