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'Wasn't it about the time you came on board that I turned the company around?'
"I couldn't have said it better myself, Sarah, so I'll just repeat it a little bit louder."
"Hey, this is brilliant! Where do you get my ideas?"
"Stop having good ideas for other people."
"They may be your grades, but they're the return on my investment."
"I made you a sex bomb, and, by George, I can unmake you!"
"Let's celebrate our first accomplishment!"
School of Business Administration: Taking All the Credit 101/Deflecting All the Blame 202.
'This idea is great, Smedley. Where did I get the brilliance to hire you?'
'When taking all the credit and delegating all the blame ceases to be fun, that's when I will retire.'
'Your good work leaves me in a splendid position. Isn't that enough reward for you?'
'You're on my soapbox !'
"Since they can't explain a reason for this, we'll be taking credit for it."
"Keep up the good work and there'll probably be a nice promotion in it for me."
"No need to give me credit . . . I'll just take it."