"Silicon Valley" captured the bizarre (yet relatable) realities of life in the tech industry.

If you work in tech and haven't been privy to the hilarious HBO series that came from the man who brought us Beavis and ButtheadOffice Space, and Idiocracy, please stop what you're doing and get ready to binge-watch all six seasons. In the same way that NBC's The Office captures the nuances of life in a traditional worker-bee environment, Silicon Valley exposes the bizarre quirks of coders, tech gurus, and startup creators who dare to dream big.

Anyone who works in tech can relate to the constant string of zingers in every episode and relatable situations, such as:

You learn right away that the tech world can be very cutthroat.

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Unique acronyms are never in short supply.

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If there's a way to get a tech-sounding buzzword into the modern lexicon, someone will find a way. 

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You discover that talent comes in many forms ...

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... that there are VERY particular personalities out there ...

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... and success is often subjective.

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There's never a shortage of questionable fashion choices ...

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... or social awkwardness.

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And lastly, there's always that one bazillionaire tech maestro that no one can seem to figure out, but you can't help but trust him anyway.

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