Here is a list of the occasions when giving props is not appropriate at the G gym:
- In the washroom, doing your business.
Otherwise, give props. Always. When saying hello, or goodbye, or at the start of a sentence, or after completing the first of many drills, and after each subsequent one. Always give props – don’t be rude, now!
Here is a list of the occasions when giving props is appropriate in the accounting world:
Introducing props to accountants
I was at a 5à7 yesterday, with some of my acco friends. And without thinking, after one of them made a joke, I attempted to give him props.
He stared at my extended fist, and with a blank stared, asked me “mais c’est quoi ça?”
Which, in turn, caused me to stare blankly at him, and (my fist still extended in mid-air) reply “Dude!! I’m giving you props! That was funny!” (Looking back, I realize I missed out on a golden opportunity to use the word “Bro”, instead of the passé “Dude”. Such a shame!)
I am not sure how much longer the stare-down contest would have lasted had it not been for a second accountant in the group who suddenly waved her hands and exclaimed “oh, I know, I know what to do!! You gotta bump fists and then you make a wooooosh sound as you pull back your hand.”
And to my dismay, the bunch of accountants started practicing wooooshing props around me.
It was ratchet, yo!
Props for your blog bro, I’m lovin’ it.
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Haha dying of laughter