One of the more unfortunate things about working an office job is that corporate cliches may wriggle into your daily conversations with friends. I've caught myself saying, "Yea, let's hang out tomorrow. I'll touch base with you in the afternoon." Another embarassing thing is when I say "thanks" before hanging up. As if I need to thank my friends for talking to me. My big fear is that one day I'll end a phone conversation by saying "Thanks, Chanchow," like I were signing an email. That would be most horrific.
Here are some office cliches that I have to be careful not to use outside the office. Lots of sports references, I'm noticing.
drop the ball
pick your brain
step up to the plate
take one for the team
hit the ground running
get our ducks in a row
Some more here. Feel free to add to the list. The more cringe-worthy, the better.