I knew a guy named Ralph that ran a wholesale grocery warehouse that had over 500 employees. Ralph would do a lot of traveling to trade shows etc. and would file a weekly expense report. The auditors noticed that almost every report had an entry PACR and a $ amount. Finally the Board of Directors called Ralph and wanted to know what PACR was and why no receipts.
I had a guy working for me in Louisiana, and I promoted him to foreman, which gave him a limited expense account. The first one he sent in had as one of the items a pair of expensive cowboy boots (about $400). I called him and told him he couldn't expense personal clothing, and he needed to re-do his expense account. Shortly after, I received an expense report that was five pages long, with the notation; "Find them boots now". I approved it.
He told them it stood for "Pissed Away, Can't Remember." Every Monday he would take cash out of his bank for "incidentals" and at the end of the week would count his cash remaining and the difference he entered under "PACR."
The Board fired him... Seems he had "pissed away" about $50,000. True story.
How come it is always too something... Too hot, too cold, too soon, too late, too much, too little, too deep, too shallow, but always "too" something.