New form of a word?

Ed Keer edkeer at YAHOO.COM
Wed Oct 23 16:32:38 UTC 2002

I would think that it comes from flex-time. But I
haven't heard it before.


<juengling_fritz at SALKEIZ.K12.OR.US> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I just received this message from one of our
> administrators:
> Staff please be aware that on Thursday you do not
> have to report and be ready for work until 12:00.
> We are flexing your day.
> I have never heard 'flexing' used this way.  It is
> obviously based on 'flexible,' the buzzword that the
> admin used ad nauseum during recent contract
> negotiations.  Everything and everyone needs to be
> 'flexible.'  Anyway, is 'flexing' used this way odd
> to anyone else?
> thanks,
> Fritz

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