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Phrases you hate:

"From mild to wild"

"Crazy busy"

"Gone viral"

by Anonymousreply 38702/04/2015

"it's all good"

Obviously NOT

by Anonymousreply 105/29/2013

"but at the same time" (I think Casey Anthony started this)

"So" at the beginning of a sentence that has nothing to do with continuing anything and/or using it as the beginning of an answer to a question

by Anonymousreply 205/29/2013

"hard working families" (It's a Brit politician favourite and I want to throw up a little every time I hear it.)

by Anonymousreply 305/29/2013

On tv cooking shows: "kicking it up a notch."

It's still pizza or whatever.

by Anonymousreply 405/29/2013

"What happens in X, stays in X"

"Jump the shark"

"entitlements" (I know, it's not a phrase.)

by Anonymousreply 505/29/2013

"it is what it is"

"throw under the bus"

and the worst:

"at the end of the day"

by Anonymousreply 605/29/2013

"sup" "bro"

by Anonymousreply 705/29/2013

when someone at work says they will be "out of pocket", which now means they will be unavailable or unreachable. I just started hearing this a few years ago.

by Anonymousreply 805/29/2013

"at the end of the day"

"you know what I mean?"

"no problem" (This appears to be the new catch phrase from every immigrant worker no matter what their field. I hear this from every workers from the newsstand guy, to waiters/waitresses, nurses, office managers at my doctors' offices, basically every immigrant says this instead of "Thank You" or "You're welcome". When did this start?)

by Anonymousreply 905/29/2013


by Anonymousreply 1005/29/2013

"man cave"

by Anonymousreply 1105/29/2013

The inability Americans have to describe anything except in comparison to something else - usually a tv show or movie. Adjectives are rarely used these days.

Case in point - someone in Oklahoma describing the tornado experience as being "just like the movie Twister".

Jesus. Fucking. Christ.

by Anonymousreply 1205/29/2013

"If it goes there."

The latest in fuck site personals is "willing to bottom if it goes there." I see this all the time.

Bitch, you are dying to get fucked. You want ALL the dicks up your snatch. If it goes there? Gurl, you were there when you got up this morning.

by Anonymousreply 1305/29/2013

"when all is said and done"

"at the end of the day" (and when these two are combined)

"buttload (of money)"



by Anonymousreply 1405/29/2013

"it's all good" "no worries"

I don't HATE them but they are a little... annoying

by Anonymousreply 1505/29/2013

pet parents

baby bump

"crazy" used as a modifier (e.g. crazy good, crazy gorgeous)

by Anonymousreply 1605/29/2013

"man..." (the way straight guys compulsively use it as verbal filler and to address each other, ala 'bro').

"Baby bump" AAAuuuuaaauuughhhh!!! I hate this!!!!

by Anonymousreply 1705/29/2013

[quote]basically every immigrant says this instead of "Thank You" or "You're welcome". When did this start?)

So does every lily white 20/30-something that works in my office building. Your prejudice is showing, miss.

by Anonymousreply 1805/29/2013


Ax instead of ask.

by Anonymousreply 1905/29/2013

TONS of space.

TONS of options.

TONS of homework.

by Anonymousreply 2005/29/2013

Peace out...

by Anonymousreply 2105/29/2013

[quote]"Jump the shark"

Who knew I'd have such a cultural impact?

by Anonymousreply 2205/29/2013

"you don't know what you don't know." THEN FIND OUT!!!!!!!

by Anonymousreply 2305/29/2013

"So this is happening" followed by an Instagram photo.

by Anonymousreply 2405/29/2013

"At that point in time." A wordy way of saying "then."

"It is what it is." Except for those times when it isn't.

by Anonymousreply 2505/29/2013

"Shoot me an email."

"a pop of color"

"old school"

"back in the day"

by Anonymousreply 2605/29/2013

"...and all that good stuff"

by Anonymousreply 2705/29/2013

"person of color"

"show up present"

by Anonymousreply 2805/29/2013

R28. I agree. Why is "person of color" any better than "colored people? And what are Caucasians- transparent?

by Anonymousreply 2905/29/2013

"Po-Po" for police

"Cray-Cray" for crazy

by Anonymousreply 3005/29/2013

"Butch on the streets, a lady in the sheets" [sic]

by Anonymousreply 3105/29/2013


by Anonymousreply 3205/29/2013

"sourced" instead of "bought" or "found"

by Anonymousreply 3305/29/2013

R33 brings to mind these:

"gifted" ("We were gifted a sterling macaroni server by Tom's parents" -- you'd think it was an English country house and a dukedom, not a $45 spork.)

"well curated" (it's never about a museum anymore, is it?)

"price point" (when "price" will not only do but is the correct use)

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by Anonymousreply 3505/29/2013

Lol, R29

by Anonymousreply 3605/29/2013


Gastro Pub (makes me think I'm going to have indigestion and worse after eating there)

by Anonymousreply 3705/29/2013

On trend

by Anonymousreply 3805/29/2013

What the fuck is house-made? Homemade? Made in-house? You live in the house from Burnt Offerings?

by Anonymousreply 3905/29/2013

"looks" when describing outfits, saying a "pant" instead of pants

by Anonymousreply 4005/29/2013

"Shut the front door!"--especially when soccer moms use it in an attempt to be "hip".

by Anonymousreply 4105/29/2013

[quote]"looks" when describing outfits

In the same vein: "space" instead of "room."

by Anonymousreply 4205/29/2013

R40 -

Burly he-men say "pantsies."

Just FYI.

by Anonymousreply 4305/29/2013

man cunt when describing a guy's ass

by Anonymousreply 4405/29/2013

"Have a good one!"

email "addy.

There are too many clichéd expressions used on hook-up sites to mention.

by Anonymousreply 4505/29/2013





by Anonymousreply 4605/29/2013

I've always hated "folks". Condescending.

"If I'm...", usually followed by the name of a team, state, or other non-human entity.

by Anonymousreply 4705/29/2013

"... in the process of... "

The overuse of "incredibly."

by Anonymousreply 4805/29/2013

" the end of the day"!

by Anonymousreply 4905/29/2013

" … all butt hurt"

by Anonymousreply 5005/29/2013

"massive fail"

by Anonymousreply 5105/29/2013

Anything involving Twitter.


"Follow me back!"

by Anonymousreply 5205/29/2013

I know someone who says" ok babers! Love ya Babers!!!

by Anonymousreply 5305/29/2013

take it to the next level.

by Anonymousreply 5405/29/2013

The abuse of the words "amazing", "genius" and "diva".

by Anonymousreply 5505/29/2013

come with

by Anonymousreply 5605/29/2013

"crazy busy" as an expression drives me insane. it's a brag disguised as a complaint, all phrased in a ridiculous, juvenile faux hip-speak.

by Anonymousreply 5705/29/2013

Wicked hard, wicked fun, anything wicked.

by Anonymousreply 5805/29/2013

This is an AMAZING doughnut.

She is a country music ARTIST.

This new olive oil tapenade is GENIUS.

by Anonymousreply 5905/29/2013

"Go nowhere"

"I'm gagging!"

by Anonymousreply 6005/29/2013

[quote]" … all butt hurt"

I've been sick of this for a long time. For some reason it's become the favorite putdown of redneck types on the football forums I read. I smell Republican when I see that term.

by Anonymousreply 6105/29/2013

"over the moon"

by Anonymousreply 6205/29/2013

[quote]Wicked hard, wicked fun, anything wicked.

Which makes you anti-Boston and therefore, pro-terrorist. Why do you hate America, R58?

by Anonymousreply 6305/29/2013

I like "wicked." It's not overused where I live, and I have a fond memory of its use in Billy Elliot when Michael told Billy, "I think you'd look wicked."

by Anonymousreply 6405/29/2013

"It is what it is."

"At the end of the day."

Anyone who says that shit is a reality tv educated moron.

by Anonymousreply 6505/29/2013


Have you really ever run into something that actually fits that word? Was it a pizza, or a cat? Then you're using it wrong.

by Anonymousreply 6605/29/2013

Anyone who uses "wicked" is a "tool"! Sorry to burst you're bubble! That's what happens in the big city! With that being said...

by Anonymousreply 6705/29/2013

In the realm of poor misspellings really catching on, I see this all the time on Facebook comments when somebody posts that a loved one has died:

"I'm sorry for your lost"

"Prays go out to the family"


by Anonymousreply 6805/30/2013

"straight acting and appearing" "gayface" "caneface" "opens his mouth and a purse falls out"

by Anonymousreply 6905/30/2013


by Anonymousreply 7005/30/2013

R47, 'folks' sounds like a word that working-class people used 70 or 80 years ago, but no actual working-class people use now. If you hear it now it's usually some politician(frankly somewhat more likely to be a Democratic one at that) whose about to lay down some total faux-populist bullshit.

by Anonymousreply 7105/30/2013

Pretty much all of these

by Anonymousreply 7205/30/2013

Although it's not really a phrase, the next time I hear anyone say "Absolutely" or begin a thought with "So", I'm going to go postal.

by Anonymousreply 7305/30/2013


by Anonymousreply 7405/30/2013

Cool beans!!!!!

by Anonymousreply 7505/30/2013

R41, really any attempt for soccer moms or anyone over 30 to be hip is really terrible. Like when Gwyneth Paltrow claims to listen to hip hop when cooking her free range chickens.

by Anonymousreply 7605/30/2013

[quote]"I'm gagging!"

Not annoying when said by drag queens!

by Anonymousreply 7705/30/2013

Person 1: Hey, sorry but I had to shoot your cat.

Person 2: What?!?!?!

Person 1: Hey, it is what it is.

Person 2: Oh, ok, I guess that explains and excuses it.

by Anonymousreply 7805/30/2013

I hate "shut the front door." And my best friend says it all the time.

He speaks in cliches a lot. Every attractive guy is "cute as a bug in a rug." Whenever he sees someone cute, but who's smoking, he says "Too bad he was hit with the ugly stick."

A couple of weeks ago, he told me that he thinks he makes an excellent "hausfrau," that it's what he was born to do (he has a husband--not me). He works with mostly women, and they all seem late 30s/early 40s, so I guess that's where he gets it all.

by Anonymousreply 7905/30/2013

"Totally! .. (especially when accompanied with "awesome")

And then, when someone recounts a conversation with the following back and forth: "and I was like... and then he goes.. and I'm like... and he goes.. and I'm like.."


by Anonymousreply 8005/30/2013

Business-speak in general.

by Anonymousreply 8105/30/2013

"All for the love of Jesus." - What my mother would dismissively insist we say to ourselves whenever anything went wrong, such as a broken arm, lost job, failed relationship, cancer, house explosion, murder attempt or gang rape.

by Anonymousreply 8205/30/2013

" got a problem wid dat?"

by Anonymousreply 8305/30/2013

No wonder I see so many datalounge threads where people whine because they have no friends. You're all driven to near insanity by people's use of slang.

Slang has been around since the beginning if time. As one catchphrase says, "Get used to it."

by Anonymousreply 8405/30/2013

"and I'm all"

"ya know what I'm sayin'?" (Afr-Americans used this continually)

by Anonymousreply 8505/30/2013

R84: Drama Queen. Now and forever. "Driven to near insanity."

by Anonymousreply 8605/30/2013

[quote][R47], 'folks' sounds like a word that working-class people used 70 or 80 years ago, but no actual working-class people use now. If you hear it now it's usually some politician(frankly somewhat more likely to be a Democratic one at that) whose about to lay down some total faux-populist bullshit.

Unfortunately that's true. It's time they just started using "Volk" - or even "Menschen" or Leute"

by Anonymousreply 8705/30/2013

I do associate "folks" with politicians, and especially with Al Gore (a man who works overtime at sounding schoolmarmish and talking down to his subjects).

by Anonymousreply 8805/30/2013

"On the bubble."

by Anonymousreply 8905/30/2013

use of the word "sick" to describe something that is anything in "he had this SICK penthouse on Central Park West".

by Anonymousreply 9005/30/2013


by Anonymousreply 9105/30/2013

Baby mama.

Baby daddy


by Anonymousreply 9205/30/2013

Let's bring back "the cat's meow"

by Anonymousreply 9305/30/2013

"The cat's meow" is the cat's pajamas.

by Anonymousreply 9405/30/2013

Authentic, as in the authentic self.

by Anonymousreply 9505/30/2013

It's called cultural reference r12 and yes it is used a lot in America. I get tired of it too. I am especially sick of it in movies and television. It's lazy.

by Anonymousreply 9605/30/2013

HATE hate hate "comfortable in one's own skin"

by Anonymousreply 9705/30/2013

R79, your best friend sounds like an unmitigated moron.

by Anonymousreply 9805/30/2013

Is that to imply they got fucked up the ass r61?

Serious question.

by Anonymousreply 9905/30/2013

R99, yes, I am glad you asked that. I have never heard that phrase. What the hell does "butt hurt" mean?

by Anonymousreply 10005/30/2013

I hate it when someone begins a sentence/thought with "I mean." "I mean" should only be used to clarify a previous sentence or thought.

by Anonymousreply 10105/30/2013

"I always give 110%." (Job candidates unfailingly trot this one out to show how dedicated they are. It just makes them look liek they have no grasp of basic math.)

by Anonymousreply 10205/30/2013

And I cannot grasp a basic concept liek spelling. Sorry.

by Anonymousreply 10305/30/2013

[quote] Drama Queen Now and forever. "Driven to near insanity."

Phrases You Hate.

Not "phrases that are somewhat annoying."


Drama back at ya.

by Anonymousreply 10405/30/2013

Stop sucking my dick.

by Anonymousreply 10505/30/2013

Off the hook

Get 'er done

Shabby chic (an oxymoron if ever there was one)

by Anonymousreply 10605/30/2013

When gay men refer to each other as "she" "her" "girl" etc. I cringe.

by Anonymousreply 10705/30/2013

My bad.

by Anonymousreply 10805/30/2013

R106, I disagree about "Shabby Chic". It isn't a phrase. It is the name of a very specific style of interior design. Now you may hate that style (I wouldn't blame you), but the name accurately describes the style. It is basically English Country Cottage re-imagined for the Southern Ca climate, with the inherent(tastefully) worn fabrics and furniture to imply cozy comfort.

by Anonymousreply 10905/30/2013

[quote]When gay men refer to each other as "she" "her" "girl" etc. I cringe.

Lighten up, Mary.

by Anonymousreply 11005/30/2013

Kind of, R98, but he's also one of the kindest, most wonderful human beings I've ever known.

by Anonymousreply 11105/30/2013

"Are you serious?" That seems to be a favorite of black women for some reason.

by Anonymousreply 11205/30/2013

Butt hurt definitions:

by Anonymousreply 11305/30/2013

Anyone who calls anyone a "special little snowflake" deserves to be purged from the earth.

by Anonymousreply 11405/30/2013

At the end of the day

by Anonymousreply 11505/30/2013

...that America is the greatest country on earth.

by Anonymousreply 11605/30/2013

"Awesome!" about trivial things like shoes.

Religious people should reserve it for the second coming -- because how would they react to that if they routinely described their new brand of cat litter as "awesome!"?

The rest of us should use it only for natural phenomena like rainbows, erupting volcanoes, bee swarms, etc.

by Anonymousreply 11705/30/2013

Hearing "veggies" instead of "vegetables" makes me want to rip someone's tongue out, so they can neither eat, nor say, "veggies" ever again.

by Anonymousreply 11805/30/2013

The one that makes my head explode is "webinar". Please make it go away!

by Anonymousreply 11905/30/2013

I cannot stand when people say someone "threw me under the bus."

by Anonymousreply 12005/30/2013

Cray cray. That sounds so stupid. Just say crazy.

by Anonymousreply 12105/30/2013

When people say they *are* their disease instead of saying they *have* the disease. I just read a thread in which someone described a friend as being BPD. If I suffered from this disorder, I'd say I *have* the disorder.

I see it a lot with ADD?ADHD.

by Anonymousreply 12205/31/2013


by Anonymousreply 12305/31/2013

R75 wins!!! Second choice "Hella..." If you've spent any time in the SF bay area, you'll know what I mean.

by Anonymousreply 12405/31/2013

"Own it" instead of "Take responsibility for..." and "Delish!!!" sends me round the bend.

by Anonymousreply 12505/31/2013

I hate "yummy."

And the new and moronic "num, num, num," presumably the sound you make while you eat, which should not exist, because no one worthwhile makes mouth noise.

by Anonymousreply 12605/31/2013

+1. R126.

by Anonymousreply 12705/31/2013

"Sammiches", or "Sammies" for Sandwiches, ESPECIALLY printed on a menu!

Crush. Kill. Destroy.

by Anonymousreply 12805/31/2013

Add nom-nom-nom to r126, different spelling, same infantile meaning. Who decided everyone needs to read about your diet?

by Anonymousreply 12905/31/2013

No problem

by Anonymousreply 13005/31/2013

WHO'S YER DADDY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

by Anonymousreply 13105/31/2013

[all posts by tedious troll removed.]

by Anonymousreply 13205/31/2013

It only hurts at first... trust me.

by Anonymousreply 13305/31/2013

"bible-thumping." We get it. No need to make the description more annoying.

by Anonymousreply 13405/31/2013

"Hard-wired nips"

by Anonymousreply 13506/02/2013

"We're pregnant" -- that's impossible!

by Anonymousreply 13606/02/2013

"Out of" instead of "in," e.g., "Tyler Shields is a photographer based out of LA." When did it stop being "Tyler Shields is a photographer based in LA"?

It's not just bad grammar, it's informationally illogical. You're based [italic]out of[/italic] LA? Where are you based, then, San Francisco? New York? Sheboygan?

by Anonymousreply 13706/03/2013

"sex on a stick"

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by Anonymousreply 13906/04/2013

"He's got your back."

There are many I dislike, but this one makes me wince every time.

by Anonymousreply 14006/04/2013

You know what makes me cringe? When something is "to perfection" on a menu. "Grilled to perfection" "baked to perfection". Makes me crazy.

by Anonymousreply 14106/04/2013

"Baby bump"

"Baby daddy"

"outside the box"

by Anonymousreply 14206/04/2013

"to completion"

by Anonymousreply 14306/04/2013

Even worse, IYM, R143, is "nearing completion."

But the one I hate the most today is "amazeballs." I'd like to slice off the balls of whoever thought that was a good word.

Any idea who it might be, anyone? Where did you first hear "amazeballs"? (and "on the internet" isn't specific enough).

by Anonymousreply 14406/04/2013

Can I drop you off somewhere?

by Anonymousreply 14506/04/2013

I know someone who still says "NOT!" as in.."You look so pretty today! NOT!" ugh

by Anonymousreply 14606/04/2013

[quote]But the one I hate the most today is "amazeballs." I'd like to slice off the balls of whoever thought that was a good word.

It didn't have balls, the thing that created "amazeballs."

by Anonymousreply 14706/04/2013

Do the math.

As if.





by Anonymousreply 14806/04/2013

Viable option. Isn't it just an option?

by Anonymousreply 14906/04/2013

"I digress"

by Anonymousreply 15006/04/2013

The two that drive me crazy are: 1. It is what it is. 2. At the end of the day.... Both are completely overused!

by Anonymousreply 15106/04/2013

Man up

Grow a pair


by Anonymousreply 15206/04/2013


by Anonymousreply 15306/04/2013

"step up to the plate"

"team player" - it's an office, not a fucking baseball game

by Anonymousreply 15406/04/2013

on the same page

like a fat kid on a smarty

back in the day

and the words: curate and diaspora

by Anonymousreply 15506/04/2013

no worries

by Anonymousreply 15606/04/2013

"like a fat kid on a smarty"

Hadn't heard this one but it's hilarious!

I'm using it!

by Anonymousreply 15706/04/2013

[quote]like a fat kid on a smarty

I have no idea what this means.

by Anonymousreply 15806/04/2013

[quote]back in the day

I say this all the time. What would you say instead, R155? I've tried to think of something that's universally appropriate and carries the same meaning, but BITD is all I come up with.

by Anonymousreply 15906/04/2013

I can't tell you how much I cringe when I hear people say:

"Your pussy stinks"

by Anonymousreply 16006/04/2013

For r158 -

by Anonymousreply 16106/04/2013

"You're on my last nerve!"

"Props, to..."

"...owns this thread."

"butt ugly"

"loosing, instead of losing"

"the one and only..."

"needs no introduction.."

"I couldn't be where I am, without..."

"I'm so honored to be allowed to breathe the same air as..."

by Anonymousreply 16206/04/2013

R162 wins the thread with

[quote]"loosing, instead of losing"

I never saw that (mis)spelling until I read it (over and over and over and over) on the internet. I think more people actually spell it wrong.

by Anonymousreply 16306/04/2013

R155 here. I guess the thing I hate about "back in the day" the most is that some people use it in reference to something that didn't happen that very long ago.

I tend to think of something happened "back in the day" as something which took place decades or generations ago.

by Anonymousreply 16406/04/2013

R164 Trust me, when I say "back in the day," I'm talking decades.

by Anonymousreply 16506/04/2013


by Anonymousreply 16606/05/2013

It has gotten to be that way, R166, hasn't it?

by Anonymousreply 16706/05/2013

" Taco licker"

by Anonymousreply 16806/05/2013

-wait for it-

by Anonymousreply 16906/06/2013

"Darwin at work" has become so overused/misused and cliched that I expect to see it in the comment section of every news article involving someone who has done something stupid which caused his own death. I cringe when I see it now.

I don't think many even understand how Darwinism is at play.

by Anonymousreply 17006/06/2013

"Chill" when it's not used as the verb is actually is, e.g.:

[quote]It's got a chill vibe.

by Anonymousreply 17106/07/2013

Make it "Pop"

by Anonymousreply 17206/07/2013


by Anonymousreply 17306/07/2013

Whoever invented amazeballs deserves cutoffballs, but she's a girl.

by Anonymousreply 17406/07/2013


by Anonymousreply 17506/07/2013

I also hate "It's all good," especially when uttered at a moment of disappointment.

Also, "so good" as a reply to an inquiry about how things are going.

The proper response to "How are you?" is something equivalent to "fine." Not "terrible" and not "excellent."

by Anonymousreply 17606/07/2013

"eye-raped" - this twat from TMZ coined that one I believe, she was at a party and Kevin Costner "eye-raped" her. . .she's an idiot and Harvey doesn't give her much screentime.

by Anonymousreply 17706/07/2013

You remind me that I cringe inside every time I hear someone say "eye candy," R177.

by Anonymousreply 17806/07/2013

[quote]I hate "yummy."

Along with all of its variations: yummo, yum, yum-yum.

by Anonymousreply 17906/07/2013

I like "eye rape."

by Anonymousreply 18006/07/2013

Yes, "yummy" isn't.

by Anonymousreply 18106/07/2013

side boob

by Anonymousreply 18206/07/2013

"Fucking" {adjective} "Fucking" {noun} "What" is inevitably followed by "the fuck" (or "the FUCK"' to indicate extreme incredulity) These make the writer sound both common and at a loss for words.

Can a mess be anything but "hot"? Can a hardon be anything but "raging"?

"Basically" to mean "in essence" or "net" or--most often--nothing.

"Actually" seeming to correct a misapprehension where, in fact, none exists.

by Anonymousreply 18306/07/2013

[quote] I disagree about "Shabby Chic". It isn't a phrase. It is the name of a very specific style of interior design.

It's a shitty, ugly look where cheap looking shit is "distressed" to make it look even shittier and uglier.

by Anonymousreply 18406/07/2013

It takes one to know one.

by Anonymousreply 18506/08/2013

Doing my happy dance. That phrase just screams frau. I see it quite a bit when a woman finds a good deal at the grocery store.

by Anonymousreply 18606/08/2013

This is old, but I always hated "pull up your socks"

I also hate how modern liberalism has melted it's brain on too much identity politics and incessantly uses 'community' for everything. The word may sort of have it's place occasionally but it's really overused.

The gay community. The BDSM community. The otherkin community. The furry community. The obese community. The pro-ana community. The follically challenged community.

by Anonymousreply 18706/08/2013

Ass hat/ass clown (If any proof was needed Brits come up with cool lingo, while yanks these days only create naff ones, these are it.)

Own. (Used as a takedown: " I owned him/her/it")

Best/Worst/Biggest X Evah! (Now picked up the media, so its early death is likely.

5/10/20 Top/Best/Worst/Mistakes/Somethings You Can't Live Without/Can't Afford To Miss Before You Die etc etc Online Article Headlines (Shit Click-Through Journalism by $5 Bucks an hour Desperates.)

by Anonymousreply 18806/08/2013

"killing it" for "succeeding wildly."

by Anonymousreply 18906/08/2013

[quote]The latest in fuck site personals is "willing to bottom if it goes there." I see this all the time. Bitch, you are dying to get fucked. You want ALL the dicks up your snatch. If it goes there? Gurl, you were there when you got up this morning.

If it ain't stiff it ain't work a fuck.

by Anonymousreply 19006/08/2013

hot mess

by Anonymousreply 19106/15/2013

pick your brain

by Anonymousreply 19206/15/2013

Using "cos" instead of because.

by Anonymousreply 19306/15/2013

"Thank you guys for (...)!"

by Anonymousreply 19410/04/2014

"the mecca of...." I have no desire to go to Meca. So telling me that some place is the "mecca of good food" or the "mecca of hot music" isn't going to get me there.

by Anonymousreply 19510/04/2014

"can I get an Amen?"

Save it for church, please. If you want to know if I agree, just ask.

by Anonymousreply 19610/04/2014

"just sayin!"

by Anonymousreply 19710/04/2014

"Laters" for good bye.

by Anonymousreply 19810/04/2014

"It's all good"

by Anonymousreply 19910/04/2014

Surreal . . .

by Anonymousreply 20010/04/2014

...and whatnot

any sentence with the word bae in it (example: "If you ugly & you call me bae, I'm swinging on you. I don't care."

by Anonymousreply 20110/04/2014

Except in threads like this, I never hear people say "folks."

by Anonymousreply 20210/04/2014

R202 I prefer "you folks" to "you bitches"

by Anonymousreply 20310/04/2014

"with that being said" "however" "there's always a light at the end of the tunnel" "God will never give you what you can't handle" "there's more fish in the sea"

by Anonymousreply 20410/04/2014


Good lord, learn proper English.

by Anonymousreply 20510/04/2014


by Anonymousreply 20610/04/2014

R204, add to that "Everything will be all right in the end. If it isn't all right, it isn't the end."

HUH??? Did you ever hear of DEATH????

by Anonymousreply 20710/04/2014

"It is what it is"

This is the most passive saying.

by Anonymousreply 20810/04/2014

"My bitter, deadly, unending curse upon you, boy".

I just hate that one.

by Anonymousreply 20910/04/2014


Said by people who think they're cute. They are not.

by Anonymousreply 21010/04/2014

liberal media

by Anonymousreply 21110/05/2014

Its "sick." No really, it is. It threw up in an airplane.

by Anonymousreply 21210/05/2014

a pox on you.

by Anonymousreply 21310/05/2014

Fruitloop Dingus.

by Anonymousreply 21410/05/2014

"jumping the shark".

by Anonymousreply 21510/05/2014

Lite oral As in diet oral?

by Anonymousreply 21610/05/2014

Meaningless foodie speak, like "farm to table" and "snout to tail."

by Anonymousreply 21710/05/2014

Those phrases have meaning, R217.

by Anonymousreply 21810/05/2014

"God only gives you as much as you can handle".

No, that's what PTSD is for.

by Anonymousreply 21910/05/2014

R218 Really? What exactly does "farm to table" mean? Doesn't pretty much ALL food start out on a farm and end up on a table? I know they're trying to imply that food goes directly from the farm to your table, but of course that only happens if you happen to live on the farm. There are always intermediate steps.

by Anonymousreply 22010/05/2014

R220, I was thinking the same thing. There's a cafe in the Chelsea market in NYC called Farm To Table (fuck off, people who eat there) and there was a page in the current West Elm catalog I browsed that showed some shabby chic dining room furniture with "Farm To Table" written at the top of the page.

The absolute worst turn of phrase to gain popularity in very recent times is "Because" followed by a noun and a period. "Listening to ELO and making pancakes because Saturday." Or "Because why not." So incredibly juvenile and cloying. Where did THAT start? Can we trace its origin? It's way worse than 'amazeballs' in my opinion.

by Anonymousreply 22110/05/2014

"You're sad", when the person really means "I hate you and disagree with you and need to feel superior to you. Oh, and definitely not sad."

Also see: "You're pathetic".

I see this on DL all the time.

by Anonymousreply 22210/05/2014

Can't you people "hug it out?" Seriously, "stay classy".

I liked these phrases when new, but now, "not so much". "Meh."

by Anonymousreply 22310/05/2014

That was "Oh the Humanity! I've OD'd on clichés!

I don't know what happened in the author line in R223.

by Anonymousreply 22410/05/2014

Slowly butt Shirley

by Anonymousreply 22510/05/2014

Cray cray

by Anonymousreply 22610/05/2014

Anything that reeks of frau.

Reading "happy dance" makes me want to kill.

Also shit I hear silly women say in work situations. "She is such a marketing rock star". Oh, you mean she shows up two hours late, has a raging drug problem, trashes hotel rooms and has a ridiculous rider on her contract?

Any social media speak.

by Anonymousreply 22710/05/2014

"Everything happens for a reason"

by Anonymousreply 22810/05/2014

There's no such thing as luck.

by Anonymousreply 22910/05/2014

Seinfeld's routine was pulled from this thread.

by Anonymousreply 23010/05/2014

Good post, R230.

by Anonymousreply 23110/05/2014

touch base

by Anonymousreply 23210/05/2014


by Anonymousreply 23310/05/2014

"Not a problem"

"[blank] EVERYTHING!"

"24/7" ...I don't know why, it just bugs the shit out of me!

"No worries". This is is especially vexing, as it is a huge go-to phrase for complete morons!

by Anonymousreply 23410/05/2014

I was in Whole Foods last week and two co-workers were near the food bar when one asked the other how they were doing. One replied "living the dream."

Uh, reality check. You work in a grocery store.

by Anonymousreply 23510/05/2014

Will somebody please shit in my mouth?!

by Anonymousreply 23610/05/2014

R205 The correct English would be "Wassup?"

by Anonymousreply 23710/05/2014

I don't understand the problem with "no worries" or "no problem." They're just synonyms for "you're welcome."

Is this just a generational thing?

by Anonymousreply 23810/05/2014

You think?!

by Anonymousreply 23910/05/2014

R238 They may be used in place of "you're welcome," but they're hardly synonyms.

by Anonymousreply 24010/05/2014

"do the heavy lifting" "it's a game-changer"

by Anonymousreply 24110/05/2014

"as if!"

by Anonymousreply 24210/05/2014

"With due respect"

"At the end of the day"

"First of all..."

"It is what it is"

idiot speak

by Anonymousreply 24310/05/2014

Why would it be a problem? It's your [italic]job[/italic], you ninny. We're not disturbing you while you're lounging on the chaise, one mule on the floor, the other dangling off your left foot, as you eat bonbons and watch Y&R. It's your job. Of course there's "no problem."

by Anonymousreply 24410/05/2014

"So" needlessly inserted at the start of a sentence.

by Anonymousreply 24510/05/2014

I'm noticing the "so" thing too.

What is the purpose of the "so?"

So who started this shit?

by Anonymousreply 24610/05/2014

"So" at the beginning of a sentence is not acceptable in written prose, but it is perfectly fine to say.

by Anonymousreply 24710/05/2014

Is "so..." a New York thing? I've heard it all my life. It's nothing new.

by Anonymousreply 24810/05/2014

I have a friend who will tell you a story and pause and then say, "So." I never have any idea what he expects me to say after that, but it's a habit with him and it's 20 times in every conversation. Awkward.

by Anonymousreply 24910/05/2014

"So I go to explain" ....

The "I go" "He goes" "She goes"

drive me crazy.

by Anonymousreply 25010/05/2014

When someone posts on FB what they're doing (cooking dinner or something equally bland) and ends with "Life is good." What's the point of that?

by Anonymousreply 25110/05/2014

I think it is, R248. I hear it all the time too.

by Anonymousreply 25210/05/2014

"My Bad"

"In a New York Minute"

by Anonymousreply 25310/05/2014

Someone on my Facebook always ends his posts with "What else can go right?"

He is so full of shit and completely in denial about daily life. It reminds me of "serenity now!" from Seinfeld.

by Anonymousreply 25410/05/2014

Oh! Also on FB - when someone posts a status about something great that they did or that happened to them that day and ends it with, "And how was YOUR Thursday?" with the implication that no way was it as good as theirs.

Just gross.

by Anonymousreply 25510/05/2014

Very rarely do I go racial, but I have to on this because I've only heard white guys using this word.

When calling each other "Bro", they purposely pronounce it 'Brah'.

Majorly done at the firm I work for (Advertising).

by Anonymousreply 25610/05/2014

I always thought that the term "Brah" was a California accented way of speaking; used only over steroid ed assholes who have less than three working brain cells.

by Anonymousreply 25710/05/2014

If people are saying Brah they are most likely being mocking or ironic.

by Anonymousreply 25810/05/2014

I hate it when White people try to speak "Black" or act Black.

by Anonymousreply 25910/05/2014

As an English person who generally likes Americana very much...

yet..."right now..." sort of bugs me and you guys use it A LOT.

Talking of which...English people who say 'You guys' bug me.

"Thinking out of the box" seems to be very hated. I like it.

I LOATH people calling England "The UK"...WITH A PASSION.

Second to that, people who call America "The States". America is a beautiful word...USE IT! Thanks.

by Anonymousreply 26010/05/2014

R260 re: England vs. UK --- The problem is that too many Americans use "England" when they are referring to Great Britain (and/or the UK.) Isn't it preferable to use "the UK" where it's appropriate?

Also, many people in South and Central America do not like the fact that the US has co-opted the word "America" for its exclusive use. That's why "the US," "the USA," or "the States," is often preferable.

by Anonymousreply 26110/05/2014

"Go big, or go home."

by Anonymousreply 26310/05/2014

"Put on your big girl panties"!

by Anonymousreply 26410/05/2014

[quote]I LOATH people calling England "The UK"...WITH A PASSION.

I thought that's what you wanted us to call it. What do you want us to call it? I'll call it Shit City if that will make you happy. But we need to know.

And that's "LOATHE," not "LOATH."

by Anonymousreply 26510/05/2014

"could of" "would of" "should of" "alot" "abit" "aswell"

by Anonymousreply 26610/05/2014


by Anonymousreply 26710/05/2014

"easy-peasy" -- peasy is not even a word

"easy-greasy" is Southern and better. E-Z, GREE-Z

by Anonymousreply 26810/05/2014

R268 is wheezy-sleazy.

by Anonymousreply 26910/05/2014

Saying "north of ___" when talking about the temperature outside or the price of something.

by Anonymousreply 27010/06/2014


by Anonymousreply 27110/06/2014

Brah is how people in Hawaii pronounce "bro". I never once heard "brah" in California until the last couple years, even then it is only from people from out of state that think it sounds authentic to say "Cali", "NorCal", "S.D." and "Frisco".

by Anonymousreply 27210/06/2014

Straight guy phrases: "Gayer than AIDS" (anything they don't like) "Beating cheeks" or "getting brains" (getting a blowjob) "Raw dog" (no condom) "Bitched out" (quit)

by Anonymousreply 27310/06/2014

"Price point" for "price."

by Anonymousreply 27410/06/2014

When is it ever appropriate to use 'price point'? Such a queer term. When I worked in retail, the head of the shipping & receiving department was trying to help me locate an item and he asked "What's the price point?" I looked at him quizzically and he asked "what's the price?" Why couldn't he have just said that to begin with? Douche.

by Anonymousreply 27510/06/2014


by Anonymousreply 27610/07/2014

"Why don't you shine a different lens on the data and come back to me?".

by Anonymousreply 27710/07/2014

1) Shits and giggles.

2) Bucket list.

3) When life gives you lemons, make lemonade.

4) You can build a better mousetrap, but the world isn't going to beat a path to your door.

Off-topic, but related:

Any internet acronym (LOL, OMG).

Singers pronouncing "You" with a CH-sound: How Do I Live Withoww Choo"

by Anonymousreply 27810/07/2014

[quote]Singers pronouncing "You" with a CH-sound: How Do I Live Withoww Choo"

Doan choo just hate that!

by Anonymousreply 27910/07/2014

I hate "shits and giggles" too.

by Anonymousreply 28010/07/2014


Because sluts are entitled to SO MUCH respect & should NEVER be ashamed.

by Anonymousreply 28110/07/2014

[all posts by tedious, racist idiot removed.]

by Anonymousreply 28210/07/2014

[quote]Second to that, people who call America "The States". America is a beautiful word...USE IT! Thanks.

"America" refers to a continent that includes North America, South America and a number of islands. It's improper and confusing to say "America" when referring to the United States of America.

"States" is the shortened version of "United States of America," which is a bit of a mouthful in casual conversation.

by Anonymousreply 28310/07/2014

"she went missing" instead of "she is missing"

finding something "suspect" instead of "finding something suspicious"

"I'm loving this" versus "I love this" or "I loved that"

by Anonymousreply 28410/07/2014

[quote]It's improper and confusing to say "America" when referring to the United States of America.

Nonsense. Most people all over the world say it and don't for a second think you're talking about fucking Brazil or Canada.

by Anonymousreply 28510/07/2014

[quote]It's improper and confusing to say "America" when referring to the United States of America.

That's what I found in Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Uruguay, Bolivia, and Brazil.

by Anonymousreply 28610/07/2014

Without further ado . . . . .

I would like to take this opportunity to . . .

by Anonymousreply 28710/07/2014

R278, I cannot abide "bucket list." How that stupid phrase that came from a stupid movie became so prolific is a mystery.

Just more proof of how idiotic this society has become.

by Anonymousreply 28810/07/2014

two additional ones:

"like white on rice"

"the chickens have come home to roost"

by Anonymousreply 28910/07/2014

"From dude to dad"

by Anonymousreply 29010/07/2014

"To graduate (a school)" vs. the correct "to graduate FROM (a school)."

Also, "on accident. It should be "by accident" or "accidentally."

by Anonymousreply 29110/08/2014

"Old News", as is this thread from May, 2013.

by Anonymousreply 29210/08/2014

[quote]Singers pronouncing "You" with a CH-sound: How Do I Live Withoww Choo"

But, unlike the French, that's one of the very few chances when English-speakers get to slide, oh-so-musically, from the end of a word to the beginning of another.

Another one - but *much* posher sounding - is 'Not-tat-tall' (for 'not at all'). Très Kate Middleton (Duchess of Cambridge is ya r nasty).

by Anonymousreply 29310/08/2014

"end all be all"

It's "be all end all." The other is backwards and doesn't even make sense. But I never hear it used correctly anymore - only in that backward form. I don't know how or why that happened.

by Anonymousreply 29410/08/2014

"Based off of " instead of "based on" drives me insane.

by Anonymousreply 29510/08/2014

"not your grandmother's _______" "not your grandfather's _______" "not your mother's _______" "not your father's _______"

Any of these. All of these. Meant to sound edgy and hip but soooooo overused to render it dull.

Besides, it makes the speaker sound like an idior... someone who believes he or she is so hip and "now" that anything that existed before is hopeless... usually the opposite is true.

by Anonymousreply 29610/08/2014

[quote]Hearing "veggies" instead of "vegetables" makes me want to rip someone's tongue out, so they can neither eat, nor say, "veggies" ever again.

"undies" is even worse.

by Anonymousreply 29710/08/2014

The misuse and over use of the words "amazing" and "awesome."

A thesaurus is available on line for free, god-fucking damn it.

by Anonymousreply 29810/08/2014

And another thing, I'm sick of sports analogies, especially in politics.

by Anonymousreply 29910/08/2014

That's so.....

Good ole

by Anonymousreply 30010/08/2014

Does anyone know what R300 is talking about?

by Anonymousreply 30110/08/2014

Is it like "That's so...Raven" for one example?

"That's so 1996?" Maybe?

I only see or hear "good ole'" used ironically.

by Anonymousreply 30210/09/2014

"speaks volumes"

by Anonymousreply 30310/09/2014

What R298 said, and:

two wrongs don't make a right

in the fullness of time

Something "is a thing"

That's so, It's so, etc.

He's like, She's like, They're like, etc.

Bizspeak, e.g., think outside the box, hit the ground running, multi-tasker, etc.

Verbs used in continuous form, e.g., I'm loving/liking/wanting, etc.

by Anonymousreply 30410/09/2014

"the ___________ thing"

by Anonymousreply 30510/09/2014

All the ridiculous terms that sanctimonious PC types love to spout incessantly:






by Anonymousreply 30610/09/2014

You left out RACIST!, R306.

by Anonymousreply 30710/09/2014

Locally sourced.

by Anonymousreply 30810/09/2014

OMG! That's SOOOooo Chanel #4....

by Anonymousreply 30910/10/2014

Where anything can happen...and usually does!

by Anonymousreply 31010/10/2014

I've never heard anyone say the hated phrases in R310 and R309 anywhere but in R310 and R309.

by Anonymousreply 31110/10/2014

"As an American..."

by Anonymousreply 31210/11/2014

Describing people as 'the real deal'...makes me want to puke, usually used for people who are not.

Also..."talk the talk and walk the talk".

by Anonymousreply 31311/09/2014



by Anonymousreply 31411/09/2014

"Who has two thumbs and..."

by Anonymousreply 31511/09/2014

"Life is what you make it"

"Fitting in"

"They are so cliquey"

by Anonymousreply 31611/09/2014

the phrase I absolutely HATE is:

"The REALITY is..."

by Anonymousreply 31711/09/2014

"This is happening"


"So, this just happened"

"This is everything!!"

by Anonymousreply 31811/09/2014

"Sometimes blah blah blah happens..." when they mean it just happened today. One time. So precious.

by Anonymousreply 31911/22/2014

Wow factor

by Anonymousreply 32011/23/2014

The metro card put an end to, "That and a token will get you on the subway."

For example, "i have a PhD in music"

"That and a token will get you on the subway."

by Anonymousreply 32111/23/2014

Nope, it didn't, R321. People still say it.

by Anonymousreply 32211/23/2014

"The Contract is UP!"

by Anonymousreply 32311/23/2014

Shut it down!

by Anonymousreply 32411/23/2014

Thread closed!

by Anonymousreply 32511/23/2014

Down time

Time out

A slight hiccup

by Anonymousreply 32611/23/2014

tiresome, tedious, notorious are all gay adjectives you simply don't hear in the straight world.

by Anonymousreply 32711/23/2014

Please add insufferable to that ^^^

by Anonymousreply 32811/23/2014

So, from age 18 through 22 I worked in various customer service roles until I was done with college. I know this sounds excessively nit-picky and I'm just as guilty of using this one as everyone else, but I really think that when you're providing customer service to someone, you should avoid the phrase "no problem". It automatically suggests that, in fact, there WAS a problem. I know it sounds silly, but I always tried to avoid that one, whether I was a lowly cashier, a waiter or a manager.

by Anonymousreply 32911/23/2014

[quote]Nope, it didn't, [R321]. People still say it.

Nope and yep.

by Anonymousreply 33011/23/2014

"Beathe deep and pretend you are taking a shit"

by Anonymousreply 33111/23/2014

Hit it out of the Park Nailed it

by Anonymousreply 33211/23/2014

Recently, I've noticed an epidemic of "Six a.m. in the morning," "Nine p.m. at night." Just heard a news anchor do it. It seems every time people say "a.m." or "p.m." these days, they have to add if it's night or morning, as if the rest of us are idiots who don't know what a.m. and p.m. mean.

by Anonymousreply 33301/24/2015

"A thing"

by Anonymousreply 33401/24/2015

"Speaks to," as in "Her tragic story speaks to the issues of race and class in America." The phrase is so tired.

Also, "teachable moment." It's a lesson.

by Anonymousreply 33501/24/2015

"That's neither here nor there."

by Anonymousreply 33601/24/2015

"We'll cross that bitch when we come on her." Wait, that's only a thing at my house.

by Anonymousreply 33701/24/2015

granite countertops, steel appliances, en suite, walk in closets, separate mud room, three car garage. min 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, updated kitchen. wood floors, indoor plumbing, no knob and tube wiring. need an acre of land.

by Anonymousreply 33801/24/2015

Women I hardly know calling me 'Sweetie'.

In fact, the use of the word 'Sweetie' in any context.

by Anonymousreply 33901/24/2015


by Anonymousreply 34001/24/2015

I'm sure this has been mentioned but I'll be damned if I'm gonna go thru 300 messages to find out:

"I Know.......RIIIIGHT?"

by Anonymousreply 34101/24/2015

I like: "I Know.......RIIIIGHT?"

The person's totally agreeing with you.

What's not to like?

by Anonymousreply 34201/24/2015

"It's just one of those things."

by Anonymousreply 34301/25/2015

Rule One: Do no harm.


by Anonymousreply 34401/25/2015

I would, but...

by Anonymousreply 34501/25/2015

I've just thought of one that I despise for so many reasons:-

"The MTV generation".

by Anonymousreply 34601/25/2015

drops (i.e "___'s new album drops later this year")

"anyways" - my boss says this incorrect word at least three times a day

"threw up in my mouth a little" - very overplayed at this point

by Anonymousreply 34701/25/2015

Any real estate shows where the potential purchaser states: I can see myself.... or I can see us....

by Anonymousreply 34801/25/2015

No necessarily a phrase( more of a term), but I hate the word "foodie". Ugggh makes me cringe. I hate most phrases in genral nowadays, as every asshole with an instagram likes to quote people every day.

by Anonymousreply 34901/25/2015

"Jelly" for "jealous." Jesus Christ, when did adult females start talking like children. It's all over Facebook.

by Anonymousreply 35001/25/2015

"Punk changed everything"

by Anonymousreply 35101/25/2015


by Anonymousreply 35201/25/2015

Not that big OF a deal.

It's a miracle (that an operation was successful). No, it's Science.

Does a bear shit in the woods? Is the Pope Catholic?

Made in China

American exceptionalism

Job creators

by Anonymousreply 35301/25/2015

"If you ____________, I'll be your girl."

"I'm clean back there." If they say it, they never are.

by Anonymousreply 35401/25/2015

ewwww r354 funny but ewwww.

by Anonymousreply 35501/25/2015

After reading these, I'm never opening my mouth again.

by Anonymousreply 35601/25/2015

I'm on prep.

by Anonymousreply 35701/25/2015

everything happens for a reason

by Anonymousreply 35801/25/2015

Low-hanging fruit.

by Anonymousreply 36001/25/2015

Grass-fed beef

by Anonymousreply 36101/25/2015

Totes amazeballs.

by Anonymousreply 36201/25/2015

Not sure if these have been mentioned, but they drive me crazy: 24/7 Giving it 110%

No one can give 110% it's impossible. If you give it all you can possibly give, it is still only 100%.

by Anonymousreply 36301/25/2015

Check your privilege

by Anonymousreply 36401/25/2015

my brand

by Anonymousreply 36501/25/2015

"It was off the hook." (Too bad phones don't make that annoying noise any more so you'll know to put the damned thing back on the hook.)

You know... (Don't bother telling me what I already know.)

So.... (I picked it up from a friend myself. I wanted to harm myself every time it slipped out of my lips before I broke myself of it.)

Base compensation vs total compensation (Employers trying to pull a fast one by trying to include a bonus I might or might not get as part of my annual raise. Let's look at the amount I know I'm going to get in order to survive....not some leftovers that the bigwigs call a bonus after they've gnawed the total amount down to the bone with their greedy fangs. Not for the faint of heart...I found that employers don't appreciate it when you actually present it to them that way.)

by Anonymousreply 36601/25/2015

r363 you show yourignorance. we in theorectical and intervential biological physics have always known of the wayne banner equation which states any time you give your all- a reserve of ten percent is generated from mitochondrial breakdown creating an extra ten percent of expendable energy thus 110%. you obviously are a philosopymajor. ergo majors shouldnt mix with certain programs

by Anonymousreply 36701/26/2015

"throw shade"

by Anonymousreply 36801/26/2015

[quote]"We're pregnant"

& 'I'm with child"

by Anonymousreply 36901/26/2015

warts and all hit it out of the park nailed it so & so "stunned"

by Anonymousreply 37001/29/2015

"yes and no"

by Anonymousreply 37101/29/2015

"Endgame," as in "If Patrick/Richie is endgame," referring to the two characters on LOOKING.

by Anonymousreply 37201/29/2015

ramen noodles again.

by Anonymousreply 37301/29/2015

What a bunch of cranky buggers you lot are!

Actually, I am getting sick of the constant repetition of 'douche' and 'douchebag'.

Why should this lowly appliance be so maligned?

by Anonymousreply 37401/29/2015

So what did you do on January 11?

by Anonymousreply 37501/29/2015

In French, 'douche' = shower

by Anonymousreply 37601/29/2015

____ slams _____

by Anonymousreply 37701/29/2015

Save the Date

by Anonymousreply 37801/29/2015

How old is "Save the Date"? I remember a time before.

by Anonymousreply 37901/29/2015

Reach out. That makes me so unreasonably annoyed when I hear someone use it instead of "call", "telephone", "contact" - "reach out" should only be done to The Samaritans when you're suicidal. "Call" is what you do when you're letting the electric company know you're changing banks.

Check your privilege. How about no? How about you know nothing about me or any unfair disadvantages or challenges I may have faced so just shut the fuck up you ignorant, arrogant twat?

360 degree feedback. It's a lip-service phrase used by lying companies to try to fool their employees into thinking they have any sort of control over their workplace.

by Anonymousreply 38001/29/2015


by Anonymousreply 38102/04/2015


by Anonymousreply 38202/04/2015

I wouldn't last a day with any of you.

by Anonymousreply 38302/04/2015

spill the tea

by Anonymousreply 38402/04/2015


by Anonymousreply 38502/04/2015

just sayin'

by Anonymousreply 38602/04/2015

"this is coming from a place of [love/anger/bollocks]"

by Anonymousreply 38702/04/2015
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