Thursday, December 04, 2014


Techies use "MVP," or "M.V.P." if you prefer, for "minimum viable product." Wikipedia says:

"In product development, the minimum viable product (MVP) is the product with the highest return on investment versus risk, what is known in the investment community as the Sharpe Ratio. The term was coined and defined by Frank Robinson, and popularized by Steve Blank, and Eric Ries (for web applications)."

Along those lines, ponder, if you will:
  • minimum viable person
  • maximum valued peer
  • minimum viable poetry
  • maximum viable person
  • minimum valuable potential
  • maximum vaunted potency
  • marauding vagrant penis
  • maverick vaginal polarity
  • minuscule vaunted paradise
  • multifarious victorious parades
  • marooned vacant pandering
  • most vallecular player
  • my viscous paradigm
  • minotaured vicious personifications
  • moated visible pangs
. . . and so on.

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