Just a quick one today. Wondering what phrases you hate hearing in a work context. Mine is "well, that's a commercial decision you need to take" - which in every context I have heard it over the years means:
I don't respect that you have any professional training, or ethics, and you just need to do whatever is being asked - if that means lying slightly on paperwork, then so be it.
This was from a finance broker acting for a customer. Followed by calls from the customer which started with 'Listen....' which again is not one of my favourite phrases.
The same customer then said 'how you do it is up to you..', and 'I don't understand all this paperwork' - which are all variants on the same theme.