When choosing between options, people often say X it is. For example:
- Dick: What do you want to eat?
- Jane: I want pizza.
- Dick: Pizza it is.
I am curious whether saying X it is is
just slang an
expression that’s so far “below the level of standard educated
speech” that it would be considered inappropriate language
for workplace use, or whether in contrast X it is can be used
formally enough that it’s indeed suitable for use in a casual
workplace environment after all.