Today’s office buzz word(s) is out of pocket.
Example usage: “Please note that while I’m out of town, I’ll be out of pocket.”
Office related definition: Being completely out of reach; away from the office and without means of being contacted.
Origin: The term comes from having to pay office-related expenses, but that meaning has since evolved to the definition above.
Personal interpretation: This makes absolutely no sense in my mind. If someone could explain it to me, that would be great.