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Gotta love sites that don't know American slang...

http://www.financeasia.com/Articles/06DD9861-F82C-4BFA-96CC2D57EB769A9E.cfm

For those non-American readers of this blog...  "Pecker" is a derogatory term for male genitalia, and "head job" can be used as a euphemism for oral sex...  Or you could group "Pecker head" together as a derogatory term for an individual.  Any way you go with it, you couldn't have gotten this one into the New York Times.  (Thanks for sharing, Mark!)

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Gravatar Image1 - And don't stop at the headline, the first paragraph is rife with double entendres and innuendo:

"After 14 years inside Misys in Europe, Rudi Pecker has been elevated to the financial technology company's Singapore office, to become head of Asia Pacific sales. In this role, Pecker will head all Misys' strategic and commercial activities in the region, aiming to grow the business and enter into long term relationships. Pecker's breadth of experience, with over 20 years in the financial services industry, will enable him to rise to the challenges of growing the business in Asia, a region fertile for expansion."

Gravatar Image2 - You're scaring me there, Bas!

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