In this era of Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, we’ve all heard about the dangers of sharing too much information — how those photos of your keg party or comments on your FB page about your boss can derail your professional life.

But the myriad opportunities to submarine yourself are not limited to cyberspace. Even casual watercooler conversation can be deadly. Have you heard these lines before? Or even said something like them yourself?

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