Using the term "on point" on a report....

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I prefer "on fleek." Usage: "The cashier's eyebrow game was on fleek."

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Vernacular. Didn't it evolve from the term en pointe? But, I gotta say if you're gonna go slang, you better keep up. It's on fleek. winking smiley

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I'm sure it's my redneck background, but on point sounds to me like a dog on a bird.

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I do believe it is derived from en pointe and would rather gouge my eye out with my pen than use it in a report.
Slang should never be used in a report, unless it is in a direct quote from the target.

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