As we’ve broached before, corporate vocabulary sounds a lot like some sort of interplanetary lingo that outsiders who are too rich or too poor can never understand. One such vocab word is “assets.” While, to most people, this word means property or possessions that can be inherited, in the officina, it means something else entirely.
What does it mean, you ask? Rando shit. The rando shit you’re “dealing with” in order to “complete an assignment.” I know this doesn’t sound specific enough for you to comprehend, but, in truth, this is the extent of what it means. An asset can be an email, a brief or a jpeg file. There’s no rhyme or reason; it’s a fairly all-encompassing term–just like “hell.”