Usually a middle ranking manager,often found in banking or financial services, who cares only about his own advancement irregardless, and usually at, of the expense of the consumer. Often involving the removal of useful services in the name of progress but in reality to save money and give the manager better advancement in the company
tom: The bloody bank manager wouldn't give me an overdraft, he just wanted to sell me insurance. What a wanker!

dave: Typical wingtip wearer!
作者 herman goering 2011年1月30日

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