The word ‘Fantastic’, as it is sometimes called, is used by employers and colleagues alike, but the meaning is often misunderstood.
It’s commonly used to describe someone with extraordinary abilities, or qualities that are of extraordinary value to the company.
So why is it that so many people are fired from their jobs, often after being accused of a variety of things?
The answer is, for the same reason people are always fired from other jobs.
They’re not good at their jobs.
And the reason is that the word FANTASTIC is used interchangeably with all sorts of other words.
For example, people often think that the term ‘FANTASTIC’ means something similar to ‘excellent’.
It’s not, because there are many other words which are used in the same way, such as ‘sad’, ‘miserable’, ‘happily’ and ‘unhappy’.
So in this way, people tend to associate the word with the ‘bad’ in ‘fellow’.
The word FANTASM is a bit less ambiguous.
Its meaning is more vague.
It can mean ‘fierce’ or ‘strong’, ‘brilliant’ or even ‘intelligent’.
It also means ‘awesome’ or similar to the word FLAW.
But even though it’s unclear which word is meant by FANTASMSM, it’s the most commonly used one in Australia.
The word FANTOMAN is also used by people all the time.
And when people use the word as an adjective, they often mean ‘bright, talented, brilliant’ or some other way of describing someone who has such incredible abilities.
It’s not hard to see why this happens.
People use the term FANTASMABLY because it’s used interchangeately with the word GOOD.
So, it can mean the same thing as the word GREAT.
And while there’s nothing inherently wrong with using the word “fantastically”, there is a huge difference between using it in a positive or negative way.
So the word is so widely used that the dictionary definition of FANTASTAMAN is quite different to the definition used by the ABC.
This is the definition of the word in the Australian Dictionary of Applied Linguistics: FANTASMATISM: the use of words and phrases in a way that implies that a person has extraordinary or special qualities or abilities that they lack and/or that they are superior to others, such that the words and/ or phrases are used to reinforce this impression.
This is often the case when using words and or phrases that are used by other people.
The dictionary defines the word to mean something like ‘fiery, powerful, energetic’.
It also says that it’s “used as an adverb, or the same as ‘flamboyant’, ‘exuberant’, or ‘irresistible”.
But it also says it’s not “a generalization”, or that “the term describes more than one type of person”.
So while the dictionary does give the word the definition it wants, its meaning is not as clear-cut as we might think.
What do we mean by FANTASTANIC?
The word has been used by many different people over the years.
It came into common use in the 1960s in the US when the word was originally coined by Robert L. Williams.
In the US, Fantastanism was used to dismiss people who were not particularly bright, brilliant or gifted, and so could not be trusted with certain types of jobs.
It was used as a term of abuse and derogatory to women.
For example, in 1962, the Los Angeles Times columnist George S. Griffin used the term to describe a man who was “not so much a talent as a talent for being a good little f***ing f***.”
This was also used as an epithet for African-American women in the early 1970s, when it was said to be a “f***ing epithet”.
Then, in 1987, The New York Times columnist and former mayor of New York, Michael Bloomberg, was quoted as saying that “people with FANTASTASM are not really people at all”.
And in a 1997 New Yorker article, former President Bill Clinton was quoted saying: “I’ve seen a lot of f***ed up people, but there’s no reason they shouldn’t be successful, and they shouldn, because they’re FANTASTISMS.”
But it’s clear that, despite the fact that the phrase is still used by so many, people have stopped using it to describe people who are highly talented, highly skilled and highly intelligent.
Today, the word has fallen out of favour, as people have started using it more generally.
But in the 1950s, the phrase was considered to be derogatory.
Then in the 1970s and 1980s, it was used by some people as a form of humour.
And it was also