V is for vague.
I have, in my time, relied heavily on my ability to be vague when it counts.
It’s essentially how I managed to hit the word-count on the essays I wrote for my undergraduate degree.
My assignments never really said anything but I did use the requisite number of words to convey my total lack of ideas and clearly my tutors thought that was worth something.
And it all added up to a mediocre degree which has served me admirably as I make my way in the world, even if I am a little vague on application forms about exactly how ‘mediocre’ my qualifications are.