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"I know, right?"

Do only females use this expression?

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 2101/24/2013

No.

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 101/24/2013

Any gay guy that uses that expression needs a slap.

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 201/24/2013

No. But then you knew that, didn't you?

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 301/24/2013

I think we discussed this long ago. It's the new, "um."

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 401/24/2013

Mexican-Americans say -- "I know, huh?"

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 501/24/2013

I hate it too and I've never used it.

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 601/24/2013

Guilty here. I sound like an E! Channel talking head sometimes.

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 701/24/2013

The texting equivalent "IKR?!" is infuriating.

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 801/24/2013

IKR?!!!!!

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 901/24/2013

I've caught myself saying it a few times. But it's usually in response to someone I don't like. And, I'm from SoCal, so it's not really my fault.

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 1001/24/2013

It's almost more bearable than ...

"Who does that?"

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 1101/24/2013

Oh no she didn't!

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 1201/24/2013

amirite?

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 1301/24/2013

"and I'm like..."

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 1401/24/2013

Second thing I've seen R5 post about Mexicans

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 1501/24/2013

How many non-native English speakers post on Datalounge? I don't mean people who live(d) in Anglophone countries and have been speaking/writing English for many years. I mean more like people living in Nordic countries that use forums as a way to practice English.

I was reading other forums periodically but the grammar became increasingly bad. It initially hurt my head when I read incorrect uses of words/verbs but then I started getting used to it to the extent that I was worried I accidentally use some bizarre verb tense at work or something.

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 1601/24/2013

Well,it's like,you know. OHMYGOD!

This is, like, sooo obvious. Rolls eyes.

LOL

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 1701/24/2013

True That Grrrrrrrl!

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 1801/24/2013

Whateverrrrr.

Like, um, like, um....you know.

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 1901/24/2013

I can't. I just can't.

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 2001/24/2013

r16 reminds me... what is it with people saying "I forget" as in "What was his name again? I forget."? Shouldn't it be "I forgot"? Do I have the grammar wrong or do they? Or is it supposed to sound cute by being incorrect or ...?

I've been wondering for a long time.

by Non-American, non-native English speakerreply 2101/24/2013
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