The phenomenon that results from poor time management and out-of-touch decision-making of leaders in a bureaucratic work environment, particularly the military, which produces urgent requirements for inane, redundant, or counter-productive tasks, often at the expense of overall morale and welfare.
Joe: "We just cut the grass yesterday."
Mr: "Yes, but they wanted us to cut it today, so do it again."
Joe: "Gee, that's gay."
Dude: "Hey, we just finished packing all of the shipping containers in five hours. Everyone worked fast because it's Friday."
Mr: "Oh, well they said that there's a new form they want us to use for the shipping documentation, so we'll have to unpack it all and repack it again before anyone goes home today."
Dude: "Wow, The Gay strikes again."
Mr: "I saw your draft for turnover operations next week. It doesn't match the guidance from the memo they put out today."
Dude: "But the deadline for the plans was three days ago, and I had my plan done on time."
John: "Yeah, but this memo today details the guidelines you have to follow in your plan, so you have to redo it all."
related to the "three sisters" group of pillows found on my fiance's side of the bed.
Spence: Oh you and the gays be quiet.