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By trishant on 03.29.2011
Executive? Wtf? I wanted to write about love and broken hearts and you’ve ruined my dreams.
By Hanelore on 03.29.2011
Poor executive was breaking his head with the quandary he was facing for last one week. His subordinate was absenting from work frequently and whenever present the output used to be far from satisfaction.
By prakash soni on 03.29.2011
Executive makes me think if a title that doesn’t really reflect much in a person. It sounds important and of higher status. I think the word executive comes from execute because people who execute make important decisions.
By kcmacmatter URL on 03.29.2011
An executive. Hm. I’ve never known or met an executive, I don’t think, so i’m not really sure what to say about them. It doesn’t seem like a job I’d want, though. Too business-like and huffy puffy. I’d need a more creative outlet and wouldn’t want to have to constantly put a mask on. But what do I know.
By platypus URL on 03.29.2011
He sits in a big oak chair, back tall, shoulders hunched below it. Maybe he should straighten his spine to meet his call, cracking vertebrae one by one ’til he unfurls up to proper size.
By Anna on 03.29.2011
He strode into the room, his red-and-blue-striped tie bouncing lightly against his clean shirt. He was dressed in a sleek black suit. His face was clean-shaven but lacked a smile; he was serious in countenance.
By judyg13 URL on 03.29.2011
I wonder what it’s like to be an executive. Of a huge company. In an office that overlooks the millions of people below who could barely afford their rent, let alone the fancy embellishments of the office that you’re sitting in. I wonder what goes through their heads when they go to their lovers at night, then back to their wives and wake up to steal from everyone, everything the next morning.
By Jessica URL on 03.29.2011
Once upon a time there was an executive who worked in a large office building. Every day on his way to work he would notice the beautiful young dark haired girl who got off at the stop before him . One day he noticed she worked in a book store a block from his building.
By andymclol on 03.29.2011
The execution was moments away. The only thought he had? “I wish I’d kissed her.” His whole life was almost over, and all he could think about was you. I hope you die with that. He regretted you.
By Caleb Vivio on 03.29.2011
It is a known fact among those who prepare presentations for the executive level that as people go further up in the company that they want less words and more colors to indicate status and the entire encapsulation of a project. Executives are better with pictures and colors…skip the words and you will be in like Flynn,.
By kitdickson URL on 03.29.2011
There are many executive decisions that I have to make for myself that I wish was not in my power. I feel as if I want people deciding what I should do with my life rather than have all the blame be left up for me. At this moment I am faced with more decisions than ever, that I would rather be left up to someone else.
By Rikki Edwards on 03.29.2011
he is the boss. he tells me whats to do in his tight pin-striped suit. i wonder if he has a family. does he treat them as cruel as he does his employees? what a stiff man. i wish i could hug you, loosen you up, share a laugh. smile for me. then maybe we can all get along.
By Shannon on 03.29.2011
The executive leaned back in his leather chair and gazed at the sprawl of the city below him. Cars scurrying through the ill-tended labyrinth of tired streets, grayness, banality. He found himself struggling to remember the last time he had fun.
By MNS on 03.29.2011
A corner office in the executive suite?
a bit cliche- but her neatly pressed pants can’t judge
barefoot dancing in the kitchen no longer
but that is also a cliche
as are croissants
can’t eat croissants and succeed in business
no room in the waistline
By Rebecca Felt on 03.29.2011
Wouldn’t it be awesome to stay in the executive cabin of a plane? The trick would be able to afford it, and still pay for all the luxuries. I don’t even know if there is such a thing, but…
By Kolton URL on 03.29.2011
The executive wears a sharp prim suit, hand made from Italy. He drinks a double espresso and always folds his newspapers in half when he carries them on the street. His apartment is neat and he likes small paintings of the countryside. In his spare time he plays squash and listens to foreign radio channels.
By Julia on 03.29.2011
executive is a word with letters that mean something when you put the letters to gether to make the word executive
By stephy URL on 03.29.2011
The only place i’ve heard that word from is when my dad is talking about what branch he works in at his job. He works in the executive branch which means legislative branch.
By Alison URL on 03.29.2011
I am the executive to Ian I am higher up than him and have total control. HAHAHA
By devin21 URL on 03.29.2011
Devin is my excecutive officer in our dvd business. He bossess me around sooooooo much.
By Ian URL on 03.29.2011
i would never want o be an executive producer i t would take too much time and effort and it would be boring.
By ashlea.schweigert URL on 03.29.2011
We have executive producers in multi media. Most movies have to have executive producers. I don’t know the exact meaning of executive but I think I’m close enough.
By Yadi.M URL on 03.29.2011
A person in charge…. I think…
By alena URL on 03.29.2011
Executive is a job that you can get and you get paid a lot of money. Also executive can mean private. Executive is kind of a boring word but it’s fun to say.
By nikki URL on 03.29.2011
An executive is a person who works at an office with a big boss like Donald Trump! Or they work in an office space for a big company!
By Morgan Hatch URL on 03.29.2011
the word was clear to me. executive. he mouthed it to me and then he was gone never to be seen again
By tylllet URL on 03.29.2011
shiny suits and meetings.
over paid and top down decisions
briefcases and power dressing
PA and cups of coffee
glad i didn’t marry one
By brigid on 03.29.2011
executive means like a job that you are apart of and you are the executive president or producer.
By beanie URL on 03.29.2011
Hobos are executively homeless. They have no home so they are hobos. they dont have executives either and yess that is my executive answer. HObo HOBO
By Jarrett Judkins URL on 03.29.2011
in todays world an executive manager plays a very important role
the word executive is very formal and people who have this designation are usually looked upon with pride
it is usually someone who has authority.
By Tabitha D souza on 03.29.2011
Sharp. Crisp. Tough. Cold-blooded. He was The Man. No one would stand in his way. The Man would command, they would follow. He was the executive.
By Silvia Lupuianu URL on 03.29.2011
speciel, above others, more than others, fine and nobel
By Ken Daniel Rynne on 03.29.2011
Achievement, aggression, decision-maker, decision making branch of the senate(?), Climbing the ladder to success. Large office, Large hotel room, The buck stops here. You have to break some eggs to make an omelet. Thinks on his/her feet, lawyer, BMW or Mercedes, possibly chauffeured car, private jet. armani suits, jet set. vacations in st tropez,
lots of traveling for work, power corrupts, position may lead to corrupt actions such as fraud and skimming from the corporation’s money.
By Sara on 03.29.2011
pacing the glass encased office
no longer dancing barefoot on the beach
college is over
your pants are creased
this time with intent
the work of an iron.
you spill bbq sauce anyway
By Rebecca URL on 03.29.2011
the executive- the one who makes things happen, pushes forth the agenda, moves the weight of the thoughts that people carry forward into government, a business, a home, etc. it is the executive responsibility to make the final decisions. it is the leader and the leading job.
By Caiti on 03.29.2011
I don’t think I’ll ever be an executive anything. I don’t like to feel responsible for others, because I think I can make some pretty poor decisions. Not atrocious ones, just decisions that could have been better.
By deadponies URL on 03.29.2011
a person responsible for the administration of a business
persons who administer the law
administrator someone who manages a government agency or department
having the function of carrying out plans or orders etc the executive branch.
By khaze URL on 03.29.2011
He took exception when they started to call him “mister.” He had never been a mister, and it made him feel separated from them. Even if they didn’t mean to offer a division between them, he undoubtedly felt as if “mister” came with clenched teeth and strained soul. He was no longer their colleague, only their boss. Laughter was infrequent in those days.
By Brian URL on 03.29.2011
Executive make me think boss. In a big shiny office. With lots of windows. Because, windows let in light and no one wants to be left in the dark. Being in the dark isn’t so much scary as it can be made out to seem. It makes you trust and rely on others and your surrounding rather than yourself.
By Sonja on 03.29.2011
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