Architects, Laywers and Prostitutes

I read this on Jamila’s blog and i just had to post about it:

Whenever you see the word ‘Client’ in something to do with building, you know there just has to be an architect involved because no one else in the building game ever refers to anyone as ‘clients’. It is such a strange word, isn’t it? In a shop you are a customer, on a train you are a passenger, in a hospital you are a patient, in a class you are a student, in the economy at large you’d be a consumer. But client? The only people who have clients are lawyers, architects and prostitutes, all of whom have to live with the reputation that they are simply out to screw you. Only the prostitute is honest about it.

Hmmm i never thought about that makes you wonder, how did those word come about…

I am a mystery wrapped in a riddle, seen by all known by few, The one always apart in company yet never alone in solitude.

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  1. Mz_Undastood

    HA hA finny way of putting it .. rather insightful might I add as a future Architect… Bring on the clients 😀

  2. Spanish Inquisitor

    And as a lawyer, may I say that I’ve enjoyed your site. Thanks for adding me to your blogroll.

    I’m just glad I’m not a doctor, because I have no patience.

    Now, no lawyer jokes, please. 🙂

  3. jamaicangirl2007

    I have clients and I am not any of those people you just described.

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