In order to enjoy lawyering, it is necessary to get bizarre amusement over the occasionally byzantine wording necessary to convey concepts in legal documents.  I just coined the following phrase in a document I am drafting and it is giving me inexplicable pleasure to consider it:

suggesting work performed for the ____ or other similarly-acronymed entity.”  Does not the phrase “similarly-acronymed entity” fill you with laughter?  But it truly is the only phrase that fits the argument I am making. 

Truly, I am weird.