CWOT

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AcronymDefinition
CWOTComplete Waste Of Time
CWOTClever Waste of Time (gaming web site)
CWOTColossal Waste of Time
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To me, the trolley boxes (pictured) are a complete waste of time, and the old method is certainly easier and more convenient.
Despite his company relying heavily on holiday passengers to fill its flights across Europe, O'Leary told business magazine, Management Today, 'Holidays are a complete waste of time. I do it because I have a wife and four children who insist that I have to go away every year otherwise they will be traumatised.
The legislation proposed to tackle late payment of suppliers is a complete waste of time - there is no way this situation can be brought under control!
WHAT a complete waste of time, effort, money and resources the security and police forces.
In my opinion, a complete waste of time and money - just a large open useless area.
This is very frustrating and a complete waste of time.
It's the latest embarrassing cloud hanging over a fixture that most of Scotland regards as a complete waste of time but Levein insists will be a valuable exercise in preparation for their Euro 2012 qualifier in Liechtenstein - in 11 months' time.
When I was a kid I used to try and clean up after my dad but frankly it was a complete waste of time. His two hobbies were wood carving and watch-making; the floor was always full of wood slivers and the window sills full of watch and clock bits.
It can often be a complete waste of time and money.
While I am not usually cynical, I can't help but feel all my years of education were a complete waste of time.
Birmingham's fascination with skyscraper office blocks is a complete waste of time, according to Microsoft.
of Oregon professors of journalism and communication contend that the rules of grammar are not a WCOT (complete waste of time) when it comes to writing for the media rather than sending text messages or e-mails.
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