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Words or Phrases you hate

My choices...

"Problematic"

"Erasure"

"Oligarchy"

"Establishment"

"Tara" combined with "Reade"

"Queer"

by OPreply 46014 hours ago

It is What it Is

Please Advise

When a supervisor I hate says that to me I want to advise them that I am giving notice and leaving as soon as I complete my time sheet.

by OPreply 106/30/2020

"Let me speak my truth"--there's only one truth, you stupid cunt!

by OPreply 206/30/2020

"More or less"

"Nothingburger"

"FAKE NEWS"

by OPreply 306/30/2020

"Benghazi"

by OPreply 406/30/2020

"new normal"

And a bonus glare wishing your death itself if you say it is a perky, HR Department sort of way.

by OPreply 506/30/2020

Tupac referred to as "Pac" by his fans

Michael Jackson referred to as the "king of pop". He should be referred to as "King of the Pedos".

by OPreply 606/30/2020

Grow the business

by OPreply 706/30/2020

My truth

My best life

Fierce

Slay

All cringeworthy and I instantly check out from really listening to the person that burps them

by OPreply 806/30/2020

Hunker.

by OPreply 906/30/2020

Hunty

Slay

CLAPPED BACK. The fact that every other news headline on yahoo has this phrase pisses me off.

by OPreply 1006/30/2020

“As well” when it’s overused.

by OPreply 1106/30/2020

Veggies Hubby Bestie

by OPreply 1206/30/2020

Agree to disagree

by OPreply 1306/30/2020

When a right winger says "It's just an opinion". No, saying "covid isn't dangerous" isn't a fucking opinion, stupid.

by OPreply 1406/30/2020

Granular

by OPreply 1506/30/2020

Luxury

Building my brand

Instagrammable

YouTube Beauty Community

by OPreply 1606/30/2020

Influencer. Thread closed

by OPreply 1706/30/2020

TRUMP 2020!!!!

by OPreply 1806/30/2020

Another vote for “problematic” also cancelling people on twitter.

by OPreply 1906/30/2020

Covid19

Black Lives Matter

All Lives Matter

Trans Lives Matter

Nigger

Niggah

The Jews Run Hollywood

Metoo

Wetoo

Donald fuckin' Trump

by OPreply 2006/30/2020

"GoFundMe", the words and the concept.

by OPreply 2106/30/2020

Catch Me Outside

by OPreply 2206/30/2020

American Imperialism

Western Imperialism

Usually these phrases are said by people who are big supporters of Russian Imperialism.

by OPreply 2306/30/2020

Cultural appropriation

by OPreply 2406/30/2020

Tone Policing

by OPreply 2506/30/2020

[quote]”Erasure"

C’mon, how about a little respect?

Offsite Link
by OPreply 2606/30/2020

Boss Babe and Girl Boss

by OPreply 2706/30/2020

What’s your objection to “oligarchy,” OP? That’s not a trendy, PC word.

by OPreply 2806/30/2020

Moist

by OPreply 2906/30/2020

"We're all in this together."

No we're not...unless your helping to pay my bills and buy my groceries. I'm unemployed. and became so before the virus hit and the shutdown happened, so I don't qualify for unemployment benefits. I'm in this alone.

by OPreply 3006/30/2020

[quote] What’s your objection to “oligarchy,” OP? That’s not a trendy, PC word.

It is often used by Bernie Bros to degenerate any Democrat who does not agree with their messiah--"you're just for establishment candidates!" and "Pete and Biden just support the oligarcy!" are statements that they use together.

by OPreply 3106/30/2020

"Super" as an adverb

by OPreply 3206/30/2020

cis

by OPreply 3306/30/2020

Hierarchical

by OPreply 3406/30/2020

Fake News

Preferred Pronouns

Karen

by OPreply 3506/30/2020

"Baked in"

by OPreply 3606/30/2020

Queer Theory

Race Studies

Gender Studies

by OPreply 3706/30/2020

"Communist"

by OPreply 3806/30/2020

Pressed

Woke

Swole

Thick mispelled as thicc which should refer to cock

Extra

"Tea"

Shade

Bro

Brohan

Broseph

Swag which is supposed to be stolen jewellery

by OPreply 3906/30/2020

Brosky

Homies

Homegirl

by OPreply 4006/30/2020

"Social distancing"

Offsite Link
by OPreply 4106/30/2020

The 'RONA instead of CORONA Does not save time saying it or characters typing it.

by OPreply 4206/30/2020

Chambo

by OPreply 4306/30/2020

systemic racism

existential threat

by OPreply 4406/30/2020

Intersectionality

Cis, or Cisgendered

Non-binary

Problematic

LGBTQIA+

by OPreply 4506/30/2020

^^^^YES

by OPreply 4606/30/2020

"make bank". I always assume that the person who says this phrase is a douchebag.

by OPreply 4706/30/2020

"Reach out" and "I get it".

Lose the mindless phrases, For Fuck's Sake!

by OPreply 4806/30/2020

Tremendous

Greatly

Cancelled

by OPreply 4906/30/2020

Awesome

by OPreply 5006/30/2020

"Amazing".

Sunsets, ocean views, and mountain views are amazing. Your coffee, waiter, and hotel room are not amazing. When I go on a travel review site, everything is "amazing". "The hotel was amazing. Our room was amazing. Joel the bellhop was amazing. The food was amazing."

by OPreply 5106/30/2020

Massengil.

by OPreply 5206/30/2020

Affect and effect.

Flammable and inflammable.

by OPreply 5306/30/2020

Any variation of "In these ___________ times."

by OPreply 5406/30/2020

Rape

Sexual Harassment

Unwanted Advances

Stalking

Protection Order

Under-age Prostitute

by OPreply 5506/30/2020

Damn R55, it good dark in here

by OPreply 5606/30/2020

“that’s not your story to tell.” And imagination died.

by OPreply 5706/30/2020

"Stay in your lane."

by OPreply 5806/30/2020

At the end of the day used multiple times when making a single point. DOES NOT MAKE SENSE. STOP.

by OPreply 5906/30/2020

"Kamala Harris"

by OPreply 6006/30/2020

Singing from the same sheet of music Spot on Good enough for government work

by OPreply 6106/30/2020

Folk instead of people

by OPreply 6206/30/2020

R62 I thought I was the only one who secretly raged at “folks.” It’s always used in a patronizing manner by the biggest assholes.

by OPreply 6306/30/2020

Preggers

by OPreply 6406/30/2020

Post haste.

by OPreply 6506/30/2020

Fake News.

by OPreply 6606/30/2020

[quote]It is often used by Bernie Bros to degenerate any Democrat who does not agree with their messiah--"you're just for establishment candidates!" and "Pete and Biden just support the oligarcy!" are statements that they use together.

Well, they're not wrong.

by OPreply 6707/01/2020

My bad.

Circle back.

by OPreply 6807/01/2020

"Husbear" - it's not cute, it's another reason for others to laugh at you and the fat partner.

by OPreply 6907/01/2020

"Totes." It wasn't cute when Perez Hilton said it, it sure in the hell isn't cute when grown men do.

by OPreply 7007/01/2020

People who say OMG and/or the actual phrase OH MY GOD all the time - like the least thing isn't so shocking.

by OPreply 7107/01/2020

Kiddos

Insta

Truth to Power

Comfortable in my skin

by OPreply 7207/01/2020

NO WORRIES ( can't stand that)

It's replaced No problem.

by OPreply 7307/01/2020

Saying "spaces" instead of "places"

Saying "bodies" instead of "people"

by OPreply 7407/01/2020

Puppers! Doggos! Kiddos! FUCK OFF with that babytalk SHIT! Oh, and JOURNEY. Jesus PETE!

by OPreply 7507/01/2020

LITERALLY

"I literally couldn't believe it, like, no, literally, like it was so crazy and I literally had to stop myself from literally killing someone. Literally, I was so mad"

by OPreply 7607/01/2020

I also do not like “bodies “ instead of people.

by OPreply 7707/01/2020

Paradigm - although it seems to have fallen out of use, thankfully

by OPreply 7807/01/2020

A phrase that serves no useful purpose: "The greatest nation on earth."

by OPreply 7907/01/2020

"Why don't you tell us how you really feel".

Maybe I should tell you how I don't feel since you can't handle the real me.

by OPreply 8007/01/2020

"I hear you."

by OPreply 8107/01/2020

R64 - and Preggo is even worse

And while we’re on the subject Uggo is a stupid word

by OPreply 8207/01/2020

r74 and add to one of those words your adjective of choice, like "queer", "black" or "brown" etc.

"queer spaces"

"black bodies"

"trans spaces"

by OPreply 8307/01/2020

Choad. Wtf does it mean??

by OPreply 8407/01/2020

OP is a Refucklican bot. A Klan Granny. F&F and ignore. Piece of shit.

by OPreply 8507/01/2020

"Oligarchy" is a great word.

by OPreply 8607/01/2020

R84 the second you type the word in google, it tells you

by OPreply 8707/01/2020

Nuance. "There's nuance to this, there's nuance to that... Oh won't someone think of the nuances!!"

I loathe the word and I hate anyone who uses it. Every debate, conversation, or argument this word pops up and it's never explained.

by OPreply 8807/01/2020

"Yeah, no."

by OPreply 8907/01/2020

The Russia hoax. The virus hoax. The Chinese virus. Kung flu.

by OPreply 9007/01/2020

Performative.

by OPreply 9107/01/2020

When people say "Can you speak on this" .

by OPreply 9207/01/2020

"Gross" as a catch-all word for things you don't like.

by OPreply 9307/01/2020

"Lovely." For some reason, it bothers me unless you're British.

by OPreply 9407/01/2020

R92 I hate "can you speak TO this" even more.

by OPreply 9507/01/2020

Mama bear. My journey, usually uttered by some fat fuck who has been on a "weight loss journey" for years and is fatter than when they started. That's not okay!

by OPreply 9607/01/2020

I have to repress violent urges when people substitute "whenever" for "when."

by OPreply 9707/01/2020

R97 you and me both! I was beginning to think that I was the only one. The fact that people would rather say 3 syllables as opposed to 1 so many times in their daily vocabulary when they hear plenty of other people not doing the same thing baffles me. It's as if they think they are speaking the Queen's English and the rest of us are idiots. I want to punch every one of them into a first grade grammar class.

by OPreply 9807/01/2020

"Per se" or, shudder, "per say." It means "by definition."

Per se is a good phrase, but it's the current and common use that's so stupid.

by OPreply 9907/01/2020

Societal. What's wrong with social? What's the difference

by OPreply 10007/01/2020

having to make a speech in front of an audience puts me OUT OF MY COMFORT ZONE.

by OPreply 10107/01/2020

Hubby to describe a husband. He's a man, not a fucking hippo. Well, most of them aren't.

by OPreply 10207/01/2020

"That's cringe"

by OPreply 10307/01/2020

"Cis", *Latinx"

by OPreply 10407/01/2020

The fact of the matter is you know discreet or worse, discrete.... meaning you’re in the closet or cheating

by OPreply 10507/01/2020

"literal murder!!!"

by OPreply 10607/01/2020

“the fact of the matter is” “You know” “Discreet, or even worse...discrete”

by OPreply 10707/01/2020

mussy

Boy pussy

Boipussy

microaggression

Libtards

Snowflakes

SJW (s)

tranny licker

by OPreply 10807/01/2020

"That's not who we are".....stupidest cliche ever.

by OPreply 10907/01/2020

"That's against my religion!". Too bad.

by OPreply 11007/01/2020

Misuse of reflexive pronouns is a red flag of idiocy.

"If you have any questions, talk to myself or Ginny."

by OPreply 11107/01/2020

"So..." as the first word used to start an answer to a question.

by OPreply 11207/01/2020

R111, that's very Irish. For whatever reason, some people consider it more "modest" than using "I." Irish men will also refer to their wife as "herself."

As in: "Herself and I are heading to Lanzarote right after Christmas." I used to hear this all the time.

by OPreply 11307/01/2020

"What does [a given person] bring to the table". People who use this phrase are too full of themselves.

by OPreply 11407/01/2020

"Diaspora," which reeks of wokefulness.

by OPreply 11507/01/2020

I think "diaspora" is a beautiful word. It's also quite useful when referring not just to the scattering of Jews but also to an increasing number of nationalities living outside their countries, including Irish people, Nigerians, Filipinos, Lebanese, etc.

by OPreply 11607/01/2020

People who refer to HIPAA as HIPPA.

by OPreply 11707/01/2020

"Queen Bey"

by OPreply 11807/01/2020

“Community” - I don’t know why but always hated it

by OPreply 11907/01/2020

Performative

by OPreply 12007/01/2020

"Shuts down" in headlines, used in the same sense as "claps back." "Gaga shuts down critics!"

by OPreply 12107/01/2020

^^^YES.

by OPreply 12207/01/2020

BOOTY CALL

by OPreply 12307/01/2020

Folks

by OPreply 12407/01/2020

Anytime on HGTV when a house hunter says, "I can see myself......." or "I can see us......" Most of these phrases occur when the buyer is looking at a patio where they say, "I can see myself drinking coffee and looking at the beach every morning" BS!

In addition, if I her one more Karen say, "I need an open kitchen so I can watch the kids". If you can't manage your kids on the other side of a wall then we are in trouble because those little rug rats will become the new Karens or Kyles.

by OPreply 12507/01/2020

"Drizzle," particularly when used as a noun, in a food context.

by OPreply 12607/02/2020

"Unctuous" as said by anybody on Food Network Mouthfeel Nurturing Nourishing

by OPreply 12707/02/2020

Normalcy

by OPreply 12807/02/2020

I have to agree with someone upthread who noted the misuse of "myself." I hear it used so often, and always incorrectly. There is rarely a reason to use the word 'myself.'

"Talk to James or myself if you have questions." NO

"Myself or Aaron will provide directions soon." NO

by OPreply 12907/02/2020

"It's all good" - particularly embarrassing out of the mouth of anyone over 30

"speaking my truth" - what does that even mean? Everyone else disagrees, but this is my story & I'm sticking to it?

"micro-aggression" - just sounds like another term for "petty behavior" to make it sound worse than it actually is

by OPreply 13007/02/2020

Even the word “hate” has become tiresome

by OPreply 13107/02/2020

I weirdly like “myself,” or of-ten or other sort of piss-elegant usages. I also like when older people say “he says to me, I says to him.” I know it’s wrong but there’s something amusing about it

by OPreply 13207/02/2020

"Me and [insert name of other person here]...."

by OPreply 13307/02/2020

MY PRESIDENT

by OPreply 13407/02/2020

[quote]—He’s all our president you cult follower!

Not mine.

by OPreply 13507/02/2020

New normal

Normalcy

by OPreply 13607/02/2020

Girl, we need to talk about the importance of holding space that centres [insert adjective] voices. This is what that will look like...

The [insert noun] we never knew we needed!

The [insert noun] we don't deserve!

Free-bleeding

WOD, box, and Uncle Rhabdo

Lines of Venus, dimples of Venus, and Adonis belt

Da goodest boy, doggo, dogger, doge, and kitteh

Can we do names? Because I'm going to: Taika Wai-TEE-dee.

The accent is on the first syllable; the i's are clipped; there is no d.

by OPreply 13707/02/2020

R115 Perhaps you would feel differently about the matter if you were Jewish, and that was your history. You ought to provide a bit of context with your disdain. It isn't "woke" to acknowledge history, our diaspora or the Exodus.

by OPreply 13807/02/2020

Um. I really hate sentences that start with it.

by OPreply 13907/02/2020

"My type bro"

by OPreply 14007/02/2020

“Add a pop of color!”

by OPreply 14107/04/2020

In another thread, a DLer called his microwave "the 'wave." More vicious slapworthy than fixded earrings and caftans on a side of cak.

by OPreply 14207/04/2020

Woke

by OPreply 14307/04/2020

R2 nailed it! "My/her/his truth." That's why we have Trump and his conniving ilk.

No, it's "THE truth." Believe it or not, a seemingly meager semantic change like that could bring about momentous changes in our political scene.

by OPreply 14407/04/2020

Moreover, whoever says "my/her/his truth" is only weakening the case that that person wants to propound.

by OPreply 14507/04/2020

R155, I beg to disagree. Everyone who leaves their place of origin to live somewhere else is automatically part of a diaspora. It's a term used by the cognoscenti of both the progressive and conservative circles.

by OPreply 14607/04/2020

"Touch base" 🤮

by OPreply 14707/04/2020

Apparently "diaspora" has been millennialized, like "random" and "gaslight."

by OPreply 14807/04/2020

"I appreciate you."

When did this start and why?

by OPreply 14907/04/2020

"Reach out."

by OPreply 15007/04/2020

Tsk tsk tsk and I oop and I oop!

by OPreply 15107/04/2020

Agency

by OPreply 15207/04/2020

We are inviting you back to the office.

by OPreply 15307/04/2020

That’s not how an invite works!

by OPreply 15407/04/2020

"Turd".

"Panties"

"I'm not for sure."

In regard to that last one: my ex-boyfriend used to use this phrase, and I hadn't ever heard it before. In the years after our relationship ended, I began noticing it coming from a lot of other people. I don't hate it because of the attachment with my ex, but because it's incorrect.

by OPreply 15507/04/2020

Pretty much everything that comes out of mother in law’s fat mouth.

by OPreply 15607/04/2020

Fleek, on point, woke AF. Anything AF. Telling Folks to stay in their lane and sit down and educate yourself, then telling them that white silence is violence.

by OPreply 15707/04/2020

Thank you R2 and R144. People do not know the difference between their experience or point of view and the truth..

by OPreply 15807/04/2020

Fake news.

by OPreply 15907/04/2020

Alternative Facts! Facts are facts are facts!

by OPreply 16007/04/2020

Welp

by OPreply 16107/04/2020

POOP

I prefer the slang word that was popular in the 1970's- DOODIE.

by OPreply 16207/04/2020

HOOKED UP bugs me almost as much as I WENT TO BED WITH HIM.

Just say I FUCKED HIM or more politely- I HAD SEX WITH HIM.

by OPreply 16307/04/2020

Thank you, R162. "Poop" was always not a nice way to refer to that. We said "BM."

I don't know how "poop" became acceptable. I imagine the same time as it became acceptable to wear sweats on airplanes.

by OPreply 16407/04/2020

I NEVER liked- I'm gonna get LAID tonight.

by OPreply 16507/04/2020

"Cash me outside."

by OPreply 16607/04/2020

"Bougie"

"Bougie is stupie!"

by OPreply 16707/04/2020

"I don't know who needs to hear this, but..." Just fucking say whatever you were going to say. I'm definitely tuning out if that's the opener.

by OPreply 16807/04/2020

Loved Obama but God he annoyed me answering every question ever asked of him with "LOOK......."

by OPreply 16907/04/2020

Diagnosing everyone a narcissist. People making posts online beginning with "My narcissist ex" or "My narcissist mother" and then proceeding to tell their life story. How do I know the person posting isn't the narcissist?

by OPreply 17007/04/2020

Chuckles Todd uses that same verbal crutch R169

by OPreply 17107/04/2020

"Make Love". Just say you had sex, you stupid twat.

by OPreply 17207/04/2020

You’ve got this.

Woke (for some reason I find it more grating when I hear people from the UK say it).

Privilege.

by OPreply 17307/04/2020

“I’m straight”

“I have a gf”

“I only want a bj”

by OPreply 17407/04/2020

MASC for MASC

by OPreply 17507/04/2020

When people calls themselves "masculine" or "masc", it means they are very insecure or delusional. It would be like a person telling people "I'm a VERY humble and nice person". No. No, you're a douche. a

by OPreply 17607/04/2020

Postmodern Neo-Marxist

Metaphysical substrate

Competence hierarchies

Ideologically posessed

by OPreply 17707/04/2020

THE NEW NORMAL

by OPreply 17807/04/2020

“Her cancer”.

by OPreply 17907/04/2020

"Kanye is running for president."

by OPreply 18007/04/2020

"We need to talk about" / "Let's talk about"

by OPreply 18107/05/2020

It is what it is.

It’s fun until it wasn’t.

by OPreply 18207/05/2020

Lately it would be:

“4 More Years”

by OPreply 18307/05/2020

“Is there anything else I can help you with“?

Yes bitch; resolving my complaint, you useless s.o.b.

by OPreply 18407/05/2020

Excited. Used way too much in business settings when making an announcement. Actually, I hate when it's used at all in that context.

And suddenly it seems that everything is "fascinating."

by OPreply 18507/05/2020

In the words of every sitcom character in the early 90's, and everyone in the Midwest through the rest of the 90's:

Don't go there.

by OPreply 18607/05/2020

LOL ROTFL Robust My bad Ramp up Irregardless Shit the bed It is what it is Sucks to be you Screw the pooch Imma [insert verb] Locked and loaded Been there, done that What happens in Vegas Plural nouns with apostrophe “s”s

by OPreply 18707/05/2020

LOL

ROTFL

Robust

My bad

Ramp up

Irregardless

Shit the bed

It is what it is

Sucks to be you

Screw the pooch

Imma [insert verb]

Locked and loaded

Been there, done that

What happens in Vegas

Plural nouns with apostrophe “s”s

by OPreply 18807/05/2020

“So,.....”.

by OPreply 18907/05/2020

Think outside the box.

by OPreply 19007/05/2020

"Added value"

_________ be like....

by OPreply 19107/05/2020

I saw this horrifying word today on a frau's Instagram: Yummos

by OPreply 19207/05/2020

"Let's be 'The Golden Girls,' Rose!"

by OPreply 19307/05/2020

This car is fully loaded it has ALL THE BELLS AND WHISTLES.

by OPreply 19407/06/2020

"Only in New York"--this phrase hasn't been relevant since the 80s, at least. Yet people really seem to believe it.

by OPreply 19507/06/2020

THE ------ FROM HELL.

by OPreply 19607/06/2020

I hate when perfectly good words and phrases get co-opted by people trying to sound smart and can't be used anymore without risk of sounding douchey:

- Curated

- Vector

- All of the Latin names for logical fallacies

by OPreply 19707/06/2020

^^^ Don't forget the pathetic, regular DL poster who loves, loves, LOVES to use the word "obtuse" at every opportunity. Makes him sound so very, very brilliant!

by OPreply 19807/06/2020

"GOING FORWARD" - THAT PHRASE IS LIKE FINGERNAILS ON A CHALKBOARD TO ME!!!

by OPreply 19907/06/2020

24/7

by OPreply 20007/06/2020

queer

I hate that fucking word.

by OPreply 20107/06/2020

going forward/moving forward

by OPreply 20207/06/2020

“Let’s unpack that...”.

by OPreply 20307/06/2020

social distancing

by OPreply 20407/06/2020

Kung Flu

by OPreply 20507/06/2020

Let’s look at this through a different lens

by OPreply 20607/07/2020

dismantle/dismantling

deconstructing

by OPreply 20707/07/2020

“ Back at cha’ “

So douche-bro....

by OPreply 20807/07/2020

'Let that sink in'. No, it's fine - I can read and comprehend things, thanks.

'This👇' or 'So much this👇'.

by OPreply 20907/07/2020

Recently someone was such a douche, he shortened "the microwave" to "the 'wave." In one of today's photo threads, I think, someone mentioned or showed a pic of Auschwitz. It occurred to me that the 'wave douche probably calls Auschwitz "the 'schwitz."

by OPreply 21007/07/2020

The use of “an” for “and”.

by OPreply 21107/07/2020

"Knowledges"

by OPreply 21207/07/2020

Veggies. So infantile.

by OPreply 21307/07/2020

Amongst.

We haven't been Elizabethans for a long time, among is perfectly fine.

by OPreply 21407/07/2020

^^ I've been seeing "amongst" a lot on DL lately. Stop it at once!

by OPreply 21507/07/2020

"Y'all". It is used wayyy to much, especially by people who try to act "woke" love to virtue signal.

by OPreply 21607/07/2020

Lately, “4 more years”. If you know what I mean. 😱

by OPreply 21707/07/2020

Already mentioned at R119, but "(fill in the blank) community". Every group of people has to be described as a fucking community these days.

by OPreply 21807/07/2020

This week, it's people using "loathe" (a verb) when what they mean is "loath" (an adjective). It's the new "loose." I wonder if it's the same person, over and over.

by OPreply 21907/07/2020

"Am I the only one who..."

YES! You and only you are the ONLY one!

by OPreply 22007/09/2020

"I am NOT the one". Such a stupid saying. Also the phrase 'finna".

by OPreply 22107/10/2020

Fluid gender

by OPreply 22207/10/2020

[quote]Challah French toast, drizzled with real Canadian maple syrup.

[quote]Yogurt drizzled with honey

People who use "drizzled" to describe anything except light rain deserve to drown.

by OPreply 22307/11/2020

“Everyday” instead of “every day” - the former is an adjective, the latter is a phrase.

by OPreply 22407/11/2020

"The fandom"

by OPreply 22507/12/2020

R177, you fucking got it. "Postmodern Neo-Marxists," junkie faux-intellectual Jordan "Kermit the Frog" Peterson's cult's favorite buzzword. When they use it, they all sound smug and trying hard to be the independent thinkers they are not.

For starters, no Peterson isn't a maverick. He bases a lot of his (fallacious, might I highlight) assertions on Jungian thought. So much so that he falls into the trap a lot of the nascent commies he means to lambast are in. He's totally not that different from the groupthinkers his dumb followers would sanctimoniously harrass.

More notable and to the point however is the fact that that phrase doesn't really mean anything. From what I have studied, postmodernism and Marxism are like oil and water. Hence, no one respected in philo circles have deployed that meaningless term.

All this just speaks to, first, how much of a grifter this drug addict famewhore is, and second, how cultish and gullible his incel followers are.

by OPreply 22607/12/2020

R88: "nuance" (and its sibling, "context") is used so often because it's so often sorely lacking. Instead of hating the word, why not deplore its absence in so many debates?

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by OPreply 22707/12/2020

"Cancel culture" is devoid of nuance.

by OPreply 22807/12/2020

Cis gender.

Thread closed.

by OPreply 22907/12/2020

My friend who does identify as queer got offended when I sent out a text to a group of friends, including "ze"(their preferred pronoun). I started the text with "hey you guys". This friend responded "you guys? lol". So I guess some people out there hate the phrase "you guys".

by OPreply 23007/12/2020

President Donald J. Trump.

by OPreply 23107/12/2020

FML - no thanks that is all you

It Is What It Is - when the fuck did anyone make you think it wasn't

Sooner Rather Than Later - passive aggressive cunts use this in an attempt to conceal their bossy asses

by OPreply 23207/12/2020

Do the heavy lifting - more corporate bullshit jargon.

by OPreply 23307/12/2020

"legit"

by OPreply 23407/12/2020

Curated.

by OPreply 23507/13/2020

Thicc

by OPreply 23607/13/2020

Dude and Bro. I am not a Dude and we are not related asshole!

by OPreply 23707/16/2020

Datalounge

by OPreply 23807/16/2020

Performative

by OPreply 23907/16/2020

"Lived experience."

Faux-intellectual and repetitive: "experience" is enough.

by OPreply 24007/16/2020

I preferred "lived experience" when it was simply called "anecdotal evidence."

by OPreply 24107/16/2020

Or "empirical evidence."

by OPreply 24207/17/2020

For R230.

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by OPreply 24307/17/2020

"LITTLES" in reference to children 🤮

by OPreply 24407/17/2020

RECEIPTS

by OPreply 24507/17/2020

finsta

by OPreply 24607/17/2020

TRIGGERED

by OPreply 24707/17/2020

I want to see the elevator video! For morbid reasons

by OPreply 24807/17/2020

Some people use the word "lickle" instead of little. Stop.

by OPreply 24907/17/2020

Sammiches, or "sammies."

by OPreply 25007/17/2020

So basically anything Disney Princess Incest Survivors or Histrionic Femme Bottoms say?

by OPreply 25107/17/2020

"welcome to the view welcome to the view welcome to the view welcome to the viewwwwwwwwwwwwww "

by OPreply 25207/17/2020

Happy wife, happy life.

I can just imagine the jobless, uneducated Karen that coined that phrase as she slowly clamped her hands harder on her husband's balls.

by OPreply 25307/17/2020

"Stinky linky." Ugh.

by OPreply 25407/17/2020

Another corporate one. "Cascade." As in, "Please cascade." (which is supposed to be shorthand for, "Please forward this stupid email to all of your underlings because I'm too lazy to do so."

by OPreply 25507/17/2020

"Drinky-poos."

by OPreply 25607/17/2020

"Bliss" and "heaven" to describe something you like.

by OPreply 25707/17/2020

"Reach out to"

by OPreply 25807/17/2020

Stakeholders

by OPreply 25907/17/2020

Pussy grabber

by OPreply 26007/17/2020

Gaslighting Bullying Narcissist Abusive

For any slightly unkind or inappropriate action. They now get used as general descriptors.

by OPreply 26107/17/2020

R261 = Trumptard asshole

by OPreply 26207/17/2020

[quote] Happy wife, happy life.

Don't forget "Honey-do list"

by OPreply 26307/17/2020

"Bottoms up". Whenever I stick my ass out to that one, people give me the dirtiest looks.

by OPreply 26407/17/2020

R263, don't forget "We're pregnant", spoken by the daddy.

by OPreply 26507/17/2020

cis

by OPreply 26607/17/2020

I don't know. Some queen throwing her ass up when some says "bottoms up" is pretty weird to me. If you get weird looks they are deserved.

by OPreply 26707/17/2020

I think we’re “getting into the weeds” here.

“I’m living my best life”. Absolutely fucking hateful expression.

by OPreply 26807/17/2020

I saw someone who used "I'm just living my best life" on their jack'd profile and I wanted to spam them so bad. Well, not really, but you get the picture...

by OPreply 26907/17/2020

[quote] “I’m living my best life”. Absolutely fucking hateful expression.

Why? It's not an expression that I use, but I don't understand how it's "hateful." Maybe it's conceited.

by OPreply 27007/17/2020

We need to talk about:

by OPreply 27107/18/2020

R270, I find it hateful because it's over-used. Resorting to a cliche instead of finding an original way to express an idea is lazy and results in boring speech/writing.

by OPreply 27207/18/2020

white fragility

by OPreply 27307/18/2020

^^Not coincidentally, I've heard the book White Fragility is both condescending and bad. What a surprise!

by OPreply 27407/18/2020

Model kindness

by OPreply 27507/18/2020

INCENTIVIZE

by OPreply 27607/18/2020

Strategery

by OPreply 27707/18/2020

"Just leaving this here."

by OPreply 27807/19/2020

Everyone is finding everything "fascinating" now.

by OPreply 27907/20/2020

Just heard this AGAIN for the billionth time on MSNBC... " We have to use all the "tools in our tool-box" to address this issue ". Puke.

r268

by OPreply 28007/20/2020

starting sentences with "LISTEN"

by OPreply 28107/20/2020

to die for

by OPreply 28207/20/2020

R267 agree, originally that was meant for drinks. Ad fundum.

by OPreply 28307/20/2020

Per R281, starting sentences with the word "Look" is also pretty condescending.

The otherwise admirable Barry Obama did / does this all the time, all the time, all the G-D time.

by OPreply 28407/21/2020

Anyways

by OPreply 28507/21/2020

must be protected at all costs

by OPreply 28607/21/2020

To who

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by OPreply 28707/22/2020

“Conversation”

“Literally”

These two words literally seem to dominate every conversation now!

by OPreply 28807/22/2020

do better

by OPreply 28907/22/2020

Hot wash

Socialize (in lieu of vetting or clearing)

Transmisogyny

by OPreply 29007/22/2020

Also, "perfect response"

Decolonizing

And, though I haven't heard it too recently - pro-family.

by OPreply 29107/22/2020

Quite the .... insert noun of choice Reach out to Space ( as in creating a listening space) Another vote for moist The fashion singular : pant/ lip/ eye/ Pièce

Cringing as I type these. I could go on, but can’t bring myself to.

by OPreply 29207/22/2020

God sorry it messed up my spacing :(

by OPreply 29307/22/2020

Corporates-speak:

Agency. As in "a person with agency".

Deescalate.

Team player

Cascade

by OPreply 29407/22/2020

r292 Hit

'enter'

twice.

by OPreply 29507/22/2020

ANY PHRASE that includes the term “the narrative”

by OPreply 29607/22/2020

Utopia - cool concept, irritating word.

by OPreply 29707/22/2020

"....And GO!' If I hear this one more time after someone has asked for recommendations or something from a group of people on line, I will hunt the author down and stab him/her in the throat with chopsticks. So overused and babyish. And like everyone is supposed to IMMEDIATELY hop on solving the douchebag's problem or satisfying their needs.

by OPreply 29807/22/2020

please d..

by OPreply 29907/22/2020

Hung when they mean hanged.

by OPreply 30007/22/2020

Use your words.

by OPreply 30107/22/2020

Obviously and "to be honest".

by OPreply 30207/22/2020

"Not going to lie" -- what kind of reputation must one have to feel the need to state this?

by OPreply 30307/22/2020

Watch this space.

by OPreply 30407/26/2020

R30 you should call your unemployment office because you may qualify for an extension. My nephew's firm shut down 5 months before COVID. The holidays and some interviews at crappy firms and then boom, no jobs. So he had exhausted his benefits and found out he qualified for an extension. By that time he had become depressed and ready to accept anything to get out of the house and make money and move back alone. At least now, if he stays with my sister until he finds something he contributes a bit to the mortgage and bills and has grocery money. He is pretty independent so he hated moving back at 24, but at least with some money he has time to apply non-stop and doesn't feel so depressed.

In times like this, he says once the extension runs out and if he can't find another marketing job, he will take a sales job if they re-open just for the feeling of having your own money and contributing a fair share.

by OPreply 30507/26/2020

^^^ You're lost, aren't you, Poster at R305?

by OPreply 30607/26/2020

Incorrectly using the term "bi-polar" to excuse any asshole behavior...

by OPreply 30707/26/2020

Epic

by OPreply 30807/26/2020

“Basically,”

by OPreply 30907/26/2020

"Random." I just spoke with someone age 35, and he reacted to something I said by calling it "random." And it had nothing to do with anything's being random. I guess it means "surprising" or "weird" in the millennial dictionary.

by OPreply 31007/26/2020

Yes, R310. It took me quite awhile to realize that "random" doesn't mean the same thing that "at random" does. So why confuse the issue by using part of an established phrase to mean something different? Why not use an apt word like "surprising" or "weird"? If communication were the goal, modern speech would be so much better (and more useful) than it is.

I do like what's been done with "random" in the medical field of clinical trials -- "randomize" means to divide the pool of patients at random into one group to receive a drug and another group to receive a placebo. It's the kind of word that Kingfish in "Amos and Andy" would use to sound important but sounds ridiculously pretentious instead. When an earnest medical type in a white coat assures me that "the patients in this trial have been completely randomized", I always think "OUCH!" and have to stifle a laugh.

by OPreply 31107/26/2020

Folx

Slax

Marg

Kiddoes

I'm gonna love on my husband. No dear, love does not require a preposition.

I'm loving or I'm hating - the simple present will suffice, thank you

Impact as a verb

Mentally ill when you mean to say asshole. They are not synonymous

by OPreply 31207/26/2020

Panties.

by OPreply 31307/26/2020

I'm so OCD

I have PTSD from last night

by OPreply 31407/26/2020

Non-words such as alot, abit, asmuch and aswell.

by OPreply 31507/27/2020

Also nevermind, R315, which is never two words except as an album title.

by OPreply 31607/27/2020

^^Sorry, Never one word except as an album title. ^^

by OPreply 31707/27/2020

Soundtrack, when you meant Cast Recording or Cast Album.

by OPreply 31807/28/2020

"Not wrong."

by OPreply 31907/28/2020

God'll get you for that!

by OPreply 32007/28/2020

"AF."

by OPreply 32107/28/2020

"I'd eat the shit out of that." Ugh, sounds disgusting.

by OPreply 32207/28/2020

"Deeply". No one is just saddened or disappointed or grateful or what have you -- they must be DEEPLY affected. I've heard it so often that my gut instinct is to disbelieve it -- it's as if the speaker can't sound sincere about his/her feelings because he/she doesn't really give a shit, so emphasis must be added in the form of some dramatic adverb and the only one that comes to mind for everybody is DEEPLY.

by OPreply 32307/28/2020

r323, OK, but you have to admit that Miranda Priestly made that word all her own, as in "the female paratroopers are all so deeply unattractive."

by OPreply 32407/28/2020

This is gonna hurt me more than hurts you.

by OPreply 32507/28/2020

I'm on reddit. Nearly 30 percent of the posts begin with the extra words, "I mean,".

And the word "literal" seems to appear in every five posts.

by OPreply 32607/28/2020

"May I ask you a personal question?"

by OPreply 32707/28/2020

" No offense but..." always means someone is trying to offend you.

by OPreply 32807/28/2020

“So...”. “...basically...” “I’m like...”. “...suppose to...”. and nouns used as adjectives, e.g. “grill cheese”, “ice tea” etc.

I used to (as opposed to “I use to”) roll my eyes at the whole French concept of “le patrimoine”, however these days, with the ongoing assault on the English language, it’s becoming a much more reasonable concept.

by OPreply 32907/28/2020

R323: I would add "profoundly"

by OPreply 33007/28/2020

R326: not to mention all the posts starting with "so..."

by OPreply 33107/28/2020

Rabbit Hole.

This seems to be part of the latest corporate lingo.

by OPreply 33207/28/2020

These uncertain times... they aren’t uncertain, they are certainly awful

by OPreply 33307/29/2020

Constantly using the term "white people" to deem everything you don't like as uncool or bad.

by OPreply 33407/29/2020

ANYHOO

by OPreply 33507/29/2020

Lovely, wonderful, sublime, bliss, heaven.

by OPreply 33607/29/2020

Your test results are in....

by OPreply 33707/29/2020

r336 "Bliss" makes me want to punch its typist's face each time I see it. I hate it more than "veggies." Not as much as "loose" instead of "lose," but it is truly odious.

by OPreply 33807/29/2020

"Legit" used idiotically, as in this recent example: "AOL chats were legit too."

by OPreply 33907/29/2020

Going forward

Devastated

Stakeholders

by OPreply 34007/29/2020

"my no no hole"

by OPreply 34107/29/2020

The words "Literally" and "Like" because literally and like are both like literally used literally like all the time.

by OPreply 34207/29/2020

"My Journey," as well as its close cousin "My Experience."

by OPreply 34307/29/2020

"Nasty" and "retarded."

by OPreply 34407/29/2020

“Just Doing Me”

Written on some gym rat’s, Grindr headline.

“Just Doing Me”. Well, tell me roid-boy; who else could you POSSIBLY be doing, but you?

by OPreply 34507/29/2020

“Hysterical” as a word for funny.

by OPreply 34607/29/2020

"Kang" and "Kween"

by OPreply 34707/30/2020

"Gross" as a word of general disapproval.

by OPreply 34807/30/2020

"Hunty"

by OPreply 34907/30/2020

But I digress

by OPreply 35007/30/2020

"You don't get to"

by OPreply 35107/30/2020

"Bro" or "Brah"

by OPreply 35207/30/2020

Our prayers are with...

I don't think anyone who has uttered that statement, particularly a public figure, has actually said one sincere prayer that was not for show at his church for anyone.

by OPreply 35307/30/2020

^^I only liked it when Mariah Carey said it because she was sarcastic. Christina Aguilera claimed in some magazine interview that Mariah was a bitch to her at some party and she proceeded to say something like "I think this was when sjhe was going through that big breakdown so that's why". Mariah was asked about it and said something like "I would hope Christina is better than when she crashed one of my parties, drunk. I will keep her in my prayers".

by OPreply 35407/30/2020

R354 - funny. However, Mariah is also a hot mess just like Christina. Those two REALLY need Jesus.

by OPreply 35507/30/2020

Yes R10. Wish they'd stop with that shit. They sound like 7th grade girls.

by OPreply 35607/30/2020

Can't help it, Mariah is funny to me. She is heading into Baby Jane territory, though.

by OPreply 35707/30/2020

R357, when Mariah insults someone, she does it so effortlessly. She has been approaching Mae West territory for a long time though.

by OPreply 35807/30/2020

I continue to hate “reach out”. Just say you will call or email because I know you aren’t going to reach out and touch somebody’s hand.

by OPreply 35907/30/2020

Good grief! A pundit on Rachel Maddow's show just said that "today we funeralized John Lewis". Ali Velshi is subbing for Maddow tonight and was too polite to laugh or gasp or otherwise react (though the camera wasn't on him so his facial expression might have changed) -- or he might be inured to this sort of shocking display by constant exposure to such horrors as "incentivize".

by OPreply 36007/30/2020

R355 - imagine those two old hoots at that age...scary.

R360 - Rachel has been off her game. My roommate loves her show so we stream it now that we are in Romania and she was saying Rachel has been very open about her struggles with severe depression. With the COVID situation affecting folks with mental health issues we were wondering if she is suffering again.

by OPreply 36107/30/2020

"Social media presence". That's just not a goal of mine I'm sorry.

by OPreply 36207/30/2020

R362, just imagine that there are people who brag to others about their social media "presence". They care more about their social media accounts than real life.

by OPreply 36307/30/2020

Influencer

by OPreply 36407/30/2020

thx / ty

by OPreply 36507/30/2020

"How rude!"

by OPreply 36607/30/2020

rn (right now)

by OPreply 36707/30/2020

"Lookin' good!"

by OPreply 36807/30/2020

Grandbabies

Granddogs

Yummy (spoken by anyone over the age of 12)

WHET ("What Happened Ever To") instead of WEHT

by OPreply 36907/30/2020

Don't worry, be happy!

by OPreply 37007/30/2020

nouns as verbs.

by OPreply 37107/30/2020

"Chill" as a compliment. "He's really chill."

by OPreply 37207/30/2020

"people of color"/POC/WOC

by OPreply 37307/30/2020

The wonderfully misspelled / dyslexic WHET is CLASSIC DL, R369! Og mjup ni hte aelk!

by OPreply 37407/31/2020

BIPOC as a replacement for POC seems...divisive. Apparently it's "black, indigenous, people of color," so basically: blacks, Native Americans, and all the rest. Some minority groups are more important than others, it seems.

by OPreply 37507/31/2020

[quote]WHET is CLASSIC DL, [R369]!

That doesn't mean it isn't stupid, r374.

by OPreply 37607/31/2020

"Bro and Dude", I fucking hate when someone calls me either one. "Clean Food", what does that even mean? As opposed to dirty food, what the hell? Another vote for "Moist", my lips feel nasty as the sound exits my mouth. "Really", I mean come on dude this clean food is moist and really tasty.

by OPreply 37707/31/2020

“Back in the day”

Putting someone “on blast”

So-and-so just “dropped” an album

by OPreply 37807/31/2020

Now movies and TV shows also "drop."

by OPreply 37907/31/2020

r377 It means natural whole foods prepared with real ingredients, as opposed to all the artificial junk.

by OPreply 38007/31/2020

Love sexy

by OPreply 38107/31/2020

Social distancing (I do it)

Cancel culture

by OPreply 38207/31/2020

I’m gonna nut

by OPreply 38307/31/2020

I love that phrase!

by OPreply 38407/31/2020

Zaddy!

by OPreply 38507/31/2020

LGBTQIAZWPFH

by OPreply 38607/31/2020

Pivot

Spot on

Curated

by OPreply 38707/31/2020

"Problematic" "Oligarchy" "Establishment"

Anyone who would hate those particular words would be someone for whom those words definitely apply.

by OPreply 38807/31/2020

Baby-daddy and Baby-momma.

by OPreply 38907/31/2020

Please

by OPreply 39007/31/2020

OP types Deplorable.

by OPreply 39107/31/2020

"_____ much?" It's passive-aggressive sounding. Just say what you want to say.

by OPreply 39207/31/2020

Stating your opinion starting with "Umm ..." Weak, passive-aggressive.

by OPreply 39307/31/2020

No.

by OPreply 39407/31/2020

When posters say, "You're welcome," at the end of their post. As if they have just imparted some precious pearl of information with their post.

by OPreply 39508/01/2020

Drops, As in "Taylor Swift's new album drops tonight"

I think it's because it makes you sound like you're getting an exclusive. What's wrong with released?

by OPreply 39608/01/2020

Fuck you OP

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by OPreply 39708/01/2020

"Taylor Swift's new album drops today."

Like dropping a turd or your bladder.

by OPreply 39808/02/2020

husbear

by OPreply 39908/02/2020

"Crushing it"

"Killing it"

"Opening the kimono"

Millennial business slang meaning "I'm a certified phony selling snake oil to hopelessly broke schmucks and, by the way, I'd run over your grandmother for a nickel."

by OPreply 40008/02/2020

[quote] "Opening the kimono"

That's a saying? Shows how out of touch I am.

by OPreply 40108/02/2020

One in the ass is worth two in the mouth

by OPreply 40208/02/2020

It's Too Small. It's Too Big. It's uncut. It's cut.

by OPreply 40308/02/2020

R401, fortunately, "open the kimono" seems to be waning in popularity (perhaps because of its obvious racist/sexist undertones). It basically means "letting someone in on secret information or inner workings of an enterprise."

YUCCCH.

by OPreply 40408/02/2020

R404, yeah, good. It sounds stupid!

by OPreply 40508/02/2020

[quote] "Taylor Swift's new album drops today."

Wow, it's like Mozart has come back from the dead!!!

by OPreply 40608/02/2020

Live. Love. Laugh.

Eat, Pray, Love.

Eat this, not that.

Basically, any short, pithy command that tells me what I need to be doing to be a better, more enlightened person.

by OPreply 40708/02/2020

Oh, and while I'm at it....

Listicles with the word NEED or MUST in the headline.

[italic]17 crocheted toilet paper roll covers you NEED to have this fall!

We need to talk about Trans BIPOC erasure and the Star Wars canon

7 GroSho cocktail hotspots with irreverent takes on the Negroni that you MUST try! [/italic]

Immediate reaction: Bitch, let me stop you right there. I don't need to do jack fuckin' shit.

by OPreply 40808/02/2020

Suck my cock

by OPreply 40908/02/2020

Eat !

When already seated at the dinner table with a fork in my hand.

by OPreply 41008/02/2020

"Interrogate" when it refers to concepts.

OK: "The police interrogated the suspect."

Go die in a grease fire: "We must interrogate the link between intersectional feminist Marxism and TERFs"

by OPreply 41108/02/2020

[Quote]Non-words such as alot, abit, asmuch and aswell.

I started to see the word 'payed' for 'paid' so often that I had to look it up to see if it was an alternate spelling I wasn't aware of.

by OPreply 41208/02/2020

As is

by OPreply 41308/02/2020

Asshole

by OPreply 41408/02/2020

Adding "shaming" to the end of shaming. I've heard all of the following: art shaming, ass shaming, slut shaming, etc.

by OPreply 41508/02/2020

[quote]"Diaspora," which reeks of wokefulness.

Where did you get that idea, R115? It's odd the kinds of contexts people who lack experience with certain words or concepts assign to them. In this case, it's a bit like claiming the term "Holocaust" reeks of wokefulness.

The fact that you're triggered by perceived "wokefulness" is a strong indicator that you're a right wing reactionary.

[quote] It isn't "woke" to acknowledge history, our diaspora or the Exodus.

I sincerely hope you're not conflating "history" with "the Exodus," R138.

by OPreply 41608/02/2020

“Just to piggyback on what so-and-so said...”

Go find a grease fire and jump in it please.

by OPreply 41708/02/2020

R417 - they will piggyback into it.

by OPreply 41808/02/2020

"Goodnight, John-Boy". I've heard this all my f***ing life!

by OPreply 41908/02/2020

Why oligarchy, OP?

by OPreply 42008/02/2020

FUR BABIES. Christ on a bike, people!!!!

by OPreply 42108/03/2020

Easy peasy

by OPreply 42208/03/2020

Anyways. Drop that "s" you twats.

by OPreply 42308/03/2020

[quote]Why oligarchy, OP?

OP explains in R31, although his objection is a bit subjective and contrived. R67 points out that it fits in those instances.

When I first read that in OP's list, I thought immediately of right-wing Trump-supporting crank U.S. District judge T.S. Ellis who, in 2018, while overseeing the Manafort trial, threw a piss-fit over the use of the word "oligarch" in reference to actual Ukrainian oligarchs with whom Manafort did business (i.e. Viktor Yanukovych and his associates). I suspected that that was the reason he objected - simply repeating Ellis' lame talking point.

OP's posts on this thread swing to the right.

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by OPreply 42408/06/2020

Personally, I'm getting mighty fed up with "Gurl, you in danger!", which invokes the image of white middle-aged gay men trying to channel sassy black women (bobbing their heads from side to side, holding up the palm of their hand, and going, "Mmmmm-mmm!"). It's cringe-inducing, and way overused here on the DL.

by OPreply 42508/06/2020

[quote]Personally, I'm getting mighty fed up with "Gurl, you in danger!"

Quite possibly you meant to type "You in danger, girl!"

(Sorry. I just can't spell "girl" with a "u," no matter how many "Oh, Dear" points it may yield.)

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by OPreply 42608/06/2020

[quote]Quite possibly you meant to type "You in danger, girl!"

No, R426. I didn't. Type "datalounge, gurl, you in danger" into Google and you'll see.

𝐓𝐫𝐚𝐜𝐞𝐲 𝐁𝐫𝐞𝐠𝐦𝐚𝐧 - 𝐘𝐨𝐮 𝐢𝐧 𝐃𝐚𝐧𝐠𝐞𝐫, 𝐆𝐮𝐫𝐥

𝐁𝐚𝐥𝐭𝐢𝐦𝐨𝐫𝐞, 𝐠𝐮𝐫𝐥, 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐢𝐧 𝐝𝐚𝐧𝐠𝐞𝐫

𝐂𝐚𝐥𝐢𝐟𝐨𝐫𝐧𝐢𝐚, 𝐠𝐮𝐫𝐥, 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐢𝐧 𝐝𝐚𝐧𝐠𝐞𝐫

𝐋𝐞𝐧𝐚, 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐢𝐧 𝐝𝐚𝐧𝐠𝐞𝐫, 𝐠𝐮𝐫𝐥!

𝐎𝐡-𝐎𝐡! 𝐌𝐢𝐥𝐨, 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐢𝐧 𝐝𝐚𝐧𝐠𝐞𝐫, 𝐠𝐮𝐫𝐥!

𝐌𝐚𝐭𝐭 𝐆𝐚𝐞𝐭𝐳, 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐢𝐧 𝐝𝐚𝐧𝐠𝐞𝐫, 𝐠𝐮𝐫𝐥!

𝐉𝐮𝐬𝐭𝐢𝐧 𝐁𝐢𝐞𝐛𝐞𝐫, 𝐠𝐮𝐫𝐥 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐢𝐧 𝐝𝐚𝐧𝐠𝐞𝐫!

𝐉. 𝐂𝐫𝐞𝐰, 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐢𝐧 𝐝𝐚𝐧𝐠𝐞𝐫, 𝐠𝐮𝐫𝐥!!

...and many more. And these are just the 𝑡𝑖𝑡𝑙𝑒𝑠 of threads - not the hundreds of times the expression is being spammed within the replies.

by OPreply 42708/06/2020

Sorry about that, r427. I messed up. What I meant was that "You in danger, gurl" is the right way to say it, not "Gurl, you in danger." And then my inner Oh, Dear took over.

by OPreply 42808/06/2020

It doesn't make any difference to me, R428, whether it exactly matches the Whoopi Goldberg phrase it's being drawn from. I'm tired of reading it in any permutation. I see it at least once every time I come to the Datalounge.

by OPreply 42908/06/2020

The dogmatic insistence on the part of some posters that every celebrity death, even that of DL icon Olivia de Havilland, MUST be announced by " . . . is DEAD to me" has gotten pretty moldy, and was never very funny to begin with.

by OPreply 43008/06/2020

Huffy, the PoisonedDragon, sounds all alone,

Gets worked up over nothing, and prob'ly needs to get BONED . . .

by OPreply 43108/06/2020

Huffy, the PoisonedDragon, sounds all alone,

Gets worked up over nothing, and prob'ly needs to get BONED . . .

by OPreply 43208/06/2020

^^^ (It bore repeating)

by OPreply 43308/06/2020

YAAASSSSSS

by OPreply 43408/06/2020

THOT. What a stupid ass term. It’s not even funny.

by OPreply 43508/06/2020

AF (as fuck).

by OPreply 43608/06/2020

Fake it until you make it.

by OPreply 437Last Friday at 2:57 AM

BOGO

by OPreply 438Last Friday at 3:34 AM

"Hack" in clickbait headlines. "Simple hacks to keep bedbugs our of your house."

by OPreply 439Last Monday at 9:17 AM

R439, the most common one--"simple hack to lose 50 pounds in a day!".

by OPreply 440Last Monday at 9:23 AM

“What a hoot?” 🤮

by OPreply 441Last Monday at 9:37 AM

Adjectives as adverbs. E.g. “crazy busy”, “scary dangerous”.

Nouns as adjectives: “That idea is genius!”.

by OPreply 442Last Monday at 9:43 AM

"Thank you for patiently waiting".

by OPreply 443Last Monday at 9:57 AM

"Your call is important to us. Please continue to hold."

by OPreply 444Last Monday at 9:58 AM

Why don't you tell us how you REALLY feel? (Spoken with sarcasm when you express an opinion).

by OPreply 445Last Monday at 10:02 AM

Doors to manual

by OPreply 446Last Monday at 11:51 AM

"leery"

by OPreply 447Last Monday at 11:56 AM

“I can’t hardly”, which, like “I could care less”, means the opposite of what the speaker is trying to convey.

Probably used by the same people as well.

by OPreply 448Last Monday at 11:58 AM

"Fart"

by OPreply 449Last Monday at 2:09 PM

“Suppose to be” - when I read this I know that I’m dealing with a halfwit.

by OPreply 450Last Tuesday at 9:12 PM

R450, the other half of your guy's wit belongs to the guy who writes "use to": "I use to be fat", "They use to go there", etc.

by OPreply 451a day ago

"I seen" instead of " I saw".

by OPreply 45221 hours ago

“Clapped back”

by OPreply 45319 hours ago

[quote]“Clapped back”

And it's clickbait companion, "shuts down."

by OPreply 45418 hours ago

“abit, “asmuch”, “aswell” and “alot”.

by OPreply 45518 hours ago

WHET

by OPreply 45617 hours ago

And "moreso."

by OPreply 45717 hours ago

"Murieled," as in "Muriel just Murieled the William O'Connor Part 3" thread.

by OPreply 45817 hours ago

His/Her Trump card...

by OPreply 45914 hours ago

Easy peasy

by OPreply 46014 hours ago
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