This CareerJournal article about people using corporate jargon at home is enough to make me scream:
When Michael Schiller, a management consultant, wanted to talk with his 15-year-old daughter about where she was going with her friends, he told her, "You have to recognize your ARAs and measure against them."
If my father had talked like that I might have recognized LSD and measured a rainbow.
His wife rolled her eyes, knowing that he was using HR speak to address accountability, responsibility and authority. His daughter, he says, "looked at me like I was from outer space."
That's because he is from outer space.