Many people put hours of work into an application - it's the height of rudeness not to respond.
What does THOR stand for?
THOR stands for The Height of Rudeness
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 13 other meanings of THOR in our Acronym Attic
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Cllr Keaveney said: "It was the height of rudeness not to give her former colleagues a small amount of notice.
It's the height of rudeness not to give her former colleagues a small amount of notice, said Cllr Keaveney.
It's the height of rudeness not to write a thank you card, so don't get your presents muddled up," says Paul.
This, according to Dodd, was the height of rudeness and political insensitivity.
Yes, I know I should chuck them out, but I can't help thinking it's the height of rudeness to throw someone else's glasses away.
For example, I think it's the height of rudeness to send a text message while talking to someone else and I get seriously fed up by people who sign off serious business e-mails with ``lots of love'' or ``Cheers''.
If you are offered a drink at a formal event in Hong Kong, it is the height of rudeness to decline.