CIT tryout yielded another crop of staff hopefuls and a few new terms.  At one point, we had to move a large cart that had flat tires.
Kevin:  This going to be impossible to move, the tires are flat
Me: How impossible?  Impossible impossible or team-building impossible?
Kevin: Right, let’s team-build this cart past the car.
team-build (v. trans.)
1. To move or manipulate a large object or mass through combined group effort.
2. Word use to hide that an immanent task with be grueling, painful and something over which a staff coud commiserate for years to come.
I plan on having the staff team-build some tasks during training, tee hee hee.