I don’t know about you, but it’s grown tiring.
Take, for example, this admittedly edited interview with the new CEO of Wendy’s. It starts out innocently enough, but soon you’re getting metaphor after tired metaphor.
Pixie dust. Looking out the windshield, not the rear view mirror. Zig when others zag.
It’s far from plain-spoken, which is really too bad. But at latest it’s not totally obfuscated like some corporate speak.