Mary is correct. As an American, I have hated 24/7 since I first heard it. What's more, I hate the words -- buzz word.
Posted on 12/03/2006 11:25 AM by Mark Butterworth
3 Dec 2006
Aha, but you just said buzz word. So did I. At this rate I'm going to be saying it 24/7.
In England, but not in America, 24/7 could mean 24th July, which the only acceptable way to use it.
4 Dec 2006
Take One Adjective, Lightly Killed
(It's harder than you might think)/
The following(linked to by JD, on, I think, the Corner) is Buzz Light Years or Aldrins ahead of the curve on this. But, "BenYagoda"? -Get real.*
*Not as in "Get Riyal" as in James Baker as in Riyal-Politik
Best, The Annoying American