Ad Hoc – Always seen in job descriptions as “ad hoc tasks may be assigned”. This is their way to justify all the nonsense that they make you do.
Ad Hominem — You can use this during online arguments. It doesn’t matter if you don’t know its meaning. This will make you sound logical and smart.
Carpe Diem – A more intelligent way of saying YOLO.
Circa – If you don’t know the exact date but want to sound smart.
De Facto – You can’t do something about it. (maybe due to some bureaucratic mumbo-jumbo)
Ergo – A pretentious way of saying “therefore. It gives the illusion that you are logical.
Etc. – This handy little word makes it appear that you know more than you do.
In Flagrante Delicto – One of the most favorite phrases of lawyers.
Ipso Facto – Not an alternative fact.
Mea Culpa – Saying that it’s your own fault elegantly.
Pro Bono – People who like Bono.
Status Quo – Bureaucracy at its finest.
Terra Incognita – Today’s world.
Vox Populi – A new form of virus perhaps?