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Expressions You Can't Stand

I know this topic has been discussed before on DL but it's time for another discussion of this. I loathe- You need to GET LAID- it sounds like laying eggs- I'm not a FUCKIN BIRD.

That CRACKS ME UP- I HATE when anyone says that.

by Anonymousreply 237Yesterday at 6:03 AM


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by Anonymousreply 302/13/2021

Kiss my grits!

by Anonymousreply 402/13/2021

It's a doggy dog world.

by Anonymousreply 502/13/2021

Without a doubt, "At the end of the day." Worst. Ever.

by Anonymousreply 602/13/2021


[X] is goals.

by Anonymousreply 702/13/2021

Grow the business

I don't have the bandwidth

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by Anonymousreply 902/13/2021

"Fancy", when used as a verb. The Brits just LOVE that one and it annoys the bejesus out of me.

by Anonymousreply 1002/13/2021

It is what it is.

by Anonymousreply 1102/13/2021

"Bejesus out of me". I hate this one.

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by Anonymousreply 1302/13/2021

Unbunch your panties, Miss OP.

by Anonymousreply 1402/13/2021

"bigger picture"

by Anonymousreply 1502/13/2021

Hey, OP, you sound like you need to get laid. Bwahahahahah, ahahaha.

by Anonymousreply 1602/13/2021

When people exclaim "What can I do ya for?!" instead of "What can I do for you?" It's the ultimate hokey-jokey phrase. 🤮

by Anonymousreply 1702/13/2021

We have a lot to "unpack" nothing to do with clothes.

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by Anonymousreply 1902/13/2021

No problem

by Anonymousreply 2002/13/2021

Breed me.

by Anonymousreply 2102/13/2021

Do you feel me? (Not with a 10-foot pole)

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by Anonymousreply 2302/13/2021

Break wind

by Anonymousreply 2402/13/2021

[R5] That's an eggcorn, the saying is "Dog eat dog" world.

by Anonymousreply 2502/13/2021

R20- No problem is being replaced by NO WORRIES- which I DON'T like.

by Anonymousreply 2602/14/2021

This has been going on since the 1990's- the characters on Roseanne would greet each other with this instead of Hi they say HEY.

What are you a FUCKIN HORSE. It's Hello or Hi NOT hey. It's MUCH more widespread now than ca. 1996.

by Anonymousreply 2702/14/2021

When people just add unnecessary words, period. Instead of “What’s the weather?” Its “So, like, what’s the weather?” So? Like?

I mean, like, really?

by Anonymousreply 2802/14/2021

ROMCOM- Just say Romantic Comedy you FUCKING IDIOT

by Anonymousreply 2902/14/2021

I can’t.

Let that sink in.

Full stop.

by Anonymousreply 3002/14/2021

You don't hear it so much anymore, but I cringe when I hear the expressions 'make love' or 'lovemaking' to describe having sex.

by Anonymousreply 3102/14/2021

[quote] the characters on Roseanne would greet each other with this instead of Hi they say HEY.

I had a coworker who used to say “Hey? Hey? Hay is for horses. Save it in case you marry a jackass.”

by Anonymousreply 3202/14/2021

R31, how do you feel about “bumping uglies”?

by Anonymousreply 3302/14/2021

"No Problem" And don't tell us what it means in Spanish, this is an English phrase.

by Anonymousreply 3402/14/2021

No problema.

by Anonymousreply 3502/14/2021

Anything ending in "at."

e.g. "I want to see where we're at" or "Where you at?"

When did asking, "Where are you?" become difficult?

by Anonymousreply 3602/14/2021

I can’t stand when news reports refer to a crime happening “in broad daylight.”

by Anonymousreply 3702/14/2021

I understand what you're saying, r37, but that expression is traditionally used to highlight the brazenness of a criminal.

by Anonymousreply 3802/14/2021

R38, I understand why the phrase has traditionally been used, but I still can’t stand it. It’s lazy writing.

by Anonymousreply 3902/14/2021

When someone says- George Bush Jr. was BASICALLY a stupid person.

WHY basically? How about George Bush Jr. WAS a stupid person.

by Anonymousreply 4002/14/2021

"FOX 4 News, working for you" !

by Anonymousreply 4102/14/2021

I got ya, r39.

by Anonymousreply 4202/14/2021

“The new normal” is no longer “new,” and hardly “normal.”

by Anonymousreply 4302/14/2021

R43- Until recently they called the NEW beetle the NEW BEETLE even though the NEW beetle has been around since 1998.

by Anonymousreply 4402/14/2021

Instead of saying : We talk about September 11, 2001 ALL the time they say: We talk about 9/11 24/7 - I FUCKIN HATE THAT.,

by Anonymousreply 4502/14/2021

This is on a tv show but I still LOATHED it. On Law and Order SVU- Stabler and the others would say PERPS instead of perpetrators.

by Anonymousreply 4602/14/2021

R25 I think R5 meant it as a joke. Lighten up.

by Anonymousreply 4702/14/2021

Bottom line.

by Anonymousreply 4802/14/2021

I know this isn't an expression but I CAN'T STAND when people WHISTLE in public. It drives me up a wall ( not to be ironic)

by Anonymousreply 4902/14/2021

R46, that’s true to life.

That’s what we say in New York.

by Anonymousreply 5002/14/2021

"Living rent free in your mind." It was cute and clever at first but it's been used way too much now that I don't care if I never hear it again.

"-gate" after every scandal or controversy. There is only one Watergate.

by Anonymousreply 5102/14/2021

Using ‘within’ when ‘in’ would do - ‘within the organisation’ - and ‘going forward’ for ‘in future’. I hate ‘stakeholders’ too but it’s not easy to find a succinct alternative.

by Anonymousreply 5202/14/2021

[quote] and ‘going forward’ for ‘in future’.

I don’t know why this irritates me so much, but it does. It’s such stupid “corporate-speak.”

by Anonymousreply 5302/14/2021

Throw you under the bus

Mrs Maisel said this on Netflix and I turned it off. That expression was first used in 1980. In 2008 it was used in over 400 news articles.

by Anonymousreply 5402/14/2021

OP, you and me baby aint nothin' but mammals, so let's do it like they do on the Discovery channel

by Anonymousreply 5502/14/2021

Fun Fact- Pearl-Clutching as an expression was coined by Damon Wayans.

“Clutch the pearls” first appeared on In Living Color in the show's 1990 debut season in an April 15 “Men on Films” sketch.

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by Anonymousreply 5602/14/2021

R54, where did you find the info about the bus expression?

I find that (and that type of thing) fascinating.

by Anonymousreply 5702/14/2021

"Die in a grease fire" was neither funny nor witty the first time, and age has not improved it.

"Kick her in the cuntbone," ditto.

by Anonymousreply 5802/14/2021

R57, William Safire used to do that all the time in his language column, cite centuries-old stats about the evolution of usage. I don't know what his sources were but he was doing it before the internet became widely available -- he must have subscribed to some "Pundits R Us" service (or maybe he just made them up?).

by Anonymousreply 5902/14/2021

Lotsa TV stations say they're "On Your Side."

by Anonymousreply 6002/14/2021

R59, the Oxford English Dictionary is a great source for the history of words.

by Anonymousreply 6102/14/2021

'Went missing"

by Anonymousreply 6202/14/2021

Lately many websites, in getting you to reluctantly agree to them placing intrusive cookies on your browser in exchange for perusing their valuable site, are replacing 'I agree' or 'OK' with things like 'Sounds great!'

by Anonymousreply 6302/14/2021

Yes, OP.

It's certainly obvious to everyone here that you've never been laid.

by Anonymousreply 6402/14/2021

"Get fucked" used in UK & Australia. I don't understand how this is an insult. Getting fucked is a good thing.

by Anonymousreply 6502/14/2021

This isn't an expression, just a stupid term that makes me very angry... especially when adults say

by Anonymousreply 6602/14/2021

I cringe even typing it, but "Cool beans." I thought it went out of style when I was in high school (I'm 40), but I work with a 21 year-old who says it all the time.

by Anonymousreply 6702/14/2021



“is bae”

“is goals”

“I’m all about ______”

by Anonymousreply 6802/14/2021

Air quotes.

Missed used prepositions or prepositions added where they don't belong, as in change up, switch up, wait on, etc. It makes people sound so minimally educated, white trash.

by Anonymousreply 6902/14/2021

^^^ I meant misused, don't going hitting up on me!

by Anonymousreply 7002/14/2021

"My bad"

by Anonymousreply 7102/14/2021

"I don't know who needs to hear this, but..."

Bitch, what makes you think YOU'RE the one anyone needs to hear it from?

Also, "(fill in the blank) is broken".

by Anonymousreply 7202/14/2021

Gay For Pay

There is no such thing as a gay for pay, maybe a Bicurious that can't reconcile his inner feelings for the same sex.

by Anonymousreply 7302/14/2021

Limp dick.

by Anonymousreply 7402/14/2021

OP you need to get laid like a brick. Hard and heavy.

by Anonymousreply 7502/14/2021

Another expression I don't like - HARD ON. It sounds like your boner is pressed up against a rock.

by Anonymousreply 7602/14/2021

I'll go with.... Said without an object of the preposition. You'll go with what? Me?

by Anonymousreply 7702/14/2021

fixins. A turkey dinner with all the fixins. That makes my skin crawl. Oddly, it doesn't bother me if someone says, "I'm fixin to go to the store. Do you need anything?" In this case fixin means getting read to do something or planning

by Anonymousreply 7802/14/2021

I'm fixin to go to the store- Does sound HILLBILLY.

by Anonymousreply 7902/14/2021

R78- In a similar vein I don't like- You'll love this car it has ALL THE BELLS AND WHISTLES.

by Anonymousreply 8002/14/2021

Circle back.

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by Anonymousreply 8202/14/2021

MAC AND CHEESE instead of Macaroni and Cheese.

by Anonymousreply 8302/14/2021

In the final analysis ...

by Anonymousreply 8402/14/2021

Yes, "veggies," "fixins," and "sides" are all kind of nauseating.

by Anonymousreply 8502/14/2021

Years ago I was watching an episode of Top Chef and someone was describing a menu. They said and a SIDE OF SLAW. Instead of Cole Slaw.

Why do they have to change the name of EVERY dish to give to some HIPNESS?

by Anonymousreply 8602/14/2021

The Frau Dessert Anthem:

"It's SO RICH!"

by Anonymousreply 8702/14/2021

R82- WOO HOO sounds like a guy who just received a COCK up his ASS which felt GOOD so he screamed WOO HOO!

by Anonymousreply 8802/14/2021

Instead of Discuss:


Dive in.

by Anonymousreply 8902/14/2021

[quote]I'm gunna NUT!

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by Anonymousreply 9102/14/2021

R90- That's a good one. I HATE that expression.

by Anonymousreply 9202/14/2021

I'm living rent-free in your head.

by Anonymousreply 9302/14/2021


Just say you FUCKED or I had SEX with him.

by Anonymousreply 9402/14/2021

The [healthcare/justice/whatever] system is broken.

As if during some vague time in the past The System was working just fine for everyone.

by Anonymousreply 9502/14/2021

Who does that?

Circling back / looping back / rolling back

"People who were born female" (seen in an HIV drug commercial).

by Anonymousreply 9602/14/2021

American democracy is broken!

As if women, slaves, and white men without property were allowed to vote and participate in government when the Constitution was signed.

by Anonymousreply 9702/14/2021

[quote] Expressions You Can't Stand

I hate the expression, "You can't stand." Even though it's true.

by Anonymousreply 9802/14/2021

[quote] American democracy is broken!

Like someone forgot to change the oil or something.

by Anonymousreply 9902/14/2021

Instead of saying "We need to hear from more Blacks/gays/women/people with disabilities," saying, "We need to hear Black/gay/female/disabled voices."

I can't put my finger on why it bothers me, but it does.

by Anonymousreply 10002/14/2021

Covid Bubble

New Normal

Protective Measures


by Anonymousreply 10102/14/2021

"Democracy dies in darkness"

Get the fuck over yourself, WaPo, especially with your narrative journalism.

by Anonymousreply 10202/14/2021

Social Media

Social Distancing

by Anonymousreply 10302/14/2021

Let me ask you a question...

Just ask the question, that's why the guest is on your show.

by Anonymousreply 10402/14/2021

Stay pressed

This is some piping hot tea!


Da fuck you think this is?

Clapped Back


by Anonymousreply 10502/14/2021

So, anyway

by Anonymousreply 10602/14/2021

"Do me a solid"

Sounds like someone taking a dump at your feet!

by Anonymousreply 10702/14/2021

“Just sayin’” . Morons.

by Anonymousreply 10802/14/2021

DROPPED, as in dropped a new album. what was wrong with RELEASED?

& THROWBACK, as in old photo - which for some reason has replaced FLASHBACK? Why?

by Anonymousreply 10902/14/2021

In keeping with the spirit of R105, I CANNOT STAND:

“Tryna” or “tryin’ to”

“What time you tryna leave tonight?” “I’m not tryna start a fight...”

Since when did “wanting to”, “hoping to”, and “planning to” do something become “tryin’ to” do something? It started in certain subculture and then spread to larger demographic, and now it seems like every “hip” Millennial and younger person says it.

by Anonymousreply 11002/14/2021

R69, don't forget "swap out", commonly used by cooks: "If you don't like walnuts, you can swap out pecans".

Which brings me to "substitute" being misused at least 99% of the time: "I'm allergic to cranberries, so I substitute them for blueberries"; "The cheese in the recipe was too expensive so I substituted it for a combination of cheeses I had on hand"; etc. The word is mutating into something that means the opposite of what the writer intends to say.

by Anonymousreply 11102/14/2021 to die for!

by Anonymousreply 11202/14/2021

R111, the last time we had a thread like this you brought that up. (At least I think it was you.)

Anyway, I wasn’t sure what you meant and you gave a terrific example of why it’s being used incorrectly. I have to admit I was one of those using it wrong. I no longer do.

See! You’re making a difference!

by Anonymousreply 11302/14/2021

I don’t know why this grates on my nerves but when someone says “try and” instead of “try to.”

You don’t try and do something, you try to do something.

by Anonymousreply 11402/14/2021

You got shit on my dick- I hate that expression really bad.

by Anonymousreply 11502/14/2021

“On point”. I could throat punch a bitch for saying it.

by Anonymousreply 11602/14/2021

[quote]don't forget "swap out"

Why not just say "swap"?

by Anonymousreply 11702/14/2021

When "y'al" is used by non-southerners and non-black people, it sounds really stupid. This is 1000x time true when its used by SJW. That, and "folks".

by Anonymousreply 11802/14/2021

"We need to talk about...". No, we don't need to talk about shit.

by Anonymousreply 11902/14/2021

"Based off of." It's "based on."

by Anonymousreply 12002/14/2021

don't even get me started with "affordable housing". Do people even know what that looks like.? Try Moscow circa 1965 cement block bunkers 20 stories high in rows of 20 or 30. Basic shelter and dense. Midwest cities are a joke if they think urban centers will be rebuilt with single family homes for every poor person. More entitlement mentality

by Anonymousreply 12102/14/2021

My poosie yearns for your luscious lips!

by Anonymousreply 12202/14/2021

R113, that wasn't me -- or at least I don't remember ever having the energy to post about "substitute" being egregiously misused. But I am thrilled to know that you were able to improve yourself with the help of a DL poster, whoever that was -- and now there are at least 3 of us who know how to use the word correctly, not going down without a fight . . . .

R117, that was my point, and R69's point before me -- the "out" is unnecessary and "swap" alone is sufficient. Yet "swapout" is becoming a word of its own and it irks me every time I hear it.

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by Anonymousreply 12502/14/2021

What are you guys laughing about?

by Anonymousreply 12602/14/2021

Assholes who think they sound like a cash register by saying CH-CHING.

by Anonymousreply 12702/14/2021

It's "best practice" to turn the heat up during this cold spell.

by Anonymousreply 12802/14/2021

A waitress approaches three women at a table to take their order and says-Hi GUYS how are we doing this evening?


by Anonymousreply 12902/14/2021

In the 1970's and the 1980's when I was a youngster one said- How is your mother? How is your father?

Now it's HOWZ your MOM? HOWZ your DAD?

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by Anonymousreply 13102/14/2021

From the 70s and rarely, if ever, used today, 'Garni' for 'Garnished' on restaurant menus.

"On Fleek" - quickly fell out of favor, thankfully. At least one can hope!

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by Anonymousreply 13302/14/2021

I hate the use of ‘super’ as an intensifier. It seems to have only started in the last 5-10 years. ‘I’m super busy’, ‘that’s super special’, ‘I’m super annoying using the word super when I could just say ‘very’ or ‘really’’

by Anonymousreply 13402/14/2021

I work in a hotel and people ask for "conjoining" rooms all the time. It's astonishing that people would say that instead of "adjoining."

by Anonymousreply 13502/15/2021

Oh My Sides

You sound like you are 100 years old Gramps.

by Anonymousreply 13602/15/2021

[quote]A waitress approaches three women at a table to take their order and says-Hi GUYS how are we doing this evening? WOMEN are NOT GUYS!

It kind is now. The opposite of Guys is Gals, not women or ladies.

If a male waiter went up to a group of woman at a table and said Hi GALS he would have hell to pay ether for being perceived as misogynistic or just laughed at.

by Anonymousreply 13702/15/2021


No one uses this anymore under the age of 60.

by Anonymousreply 13802/15/2021

"Got my back" — as in "Watch my back" or "I thought he had my back." With origins probably in WWII combat-speak, it's now a favored expression of the intellectually and emotionally immature.

by Anonymousreply 13902/15/2021

"Mama bear."

by Anonymousreply 14002/15/2021

"I said what I said!"

by Anonymousreply 14102/15/2021

[quote] Assholes who think they sound like a cash register by saying CH-CHING.

You won’t sound like one by saying that.



by Anonymousreply 14202/15/2021


Sum Ting Wong!!!

by Anonymousreply 14302/15/2021

R142- You're wrong too. It's KA-ching.

by Anonymousreply 14402/15/2021

"I'm LITERALLY shaking"

by Anonymousreply 14502/15/2021

I've been marathoning on HGTV and for some reason referencing a certain bathroom style as "Jack and Jill" just bugs the crap out of me, also "powder room", and "en suite"!

by Anonymousreply 14602/15/2021

Can you "speak on" this subject? Or just as terrible, "speak to" ... something other than a person. Usually during a serious conversation about some sensitive issue involving race or gender. I can speak on the fact that it sounds grammatically awkward.

by Anonymousreply 14702/15/2021

Larry David said this on his show but people in REAL LIFE( I know- some people don't like this expression) say this- Pistachio NUTS.

DUH - What else would they be besides NUTS. Its' NOT necessary to say Pistachio NUTs.

Just say PISTACHIOS. NO ONE says Almond NUTS.

by Anonymousreply 14802/15/2021

When discussing race, some version of "I don't care if you're black, white, brown, purple or green" is in fact, a racist statement.

by Anonymousreply 14902/15/2021

sometimes i feel like a NUT , sometimes i don't

by Anonymousreply 15002/15/2021

What have you got against purple and green people, R149?

by Anonymousreply 15102/15/2021

R149- Anyone who uses that expression sounds UNSOPHISTICATED at best and kind of STUPID at worst.

by Anonymousreply 15202/15/2021

R146- Do you like or dislike- HALF bathroom?

by Anonymousreply 15302/15/2021

R153 i can handle that , LOL

by Anonymousreply 15402/15/2021

I hate “based out of” when people mean “based in.”

“I’m a visual artist and musician based out of Austin, TX.” I don’t know what possesses people to say that, aside from hearing/reading other people saying it. It’s like they’re thinking of a TV or radio station that’s based in one city but broadcasts its signal out to the other towns surrounding it, maybe?

by Anonymousreply 15502/15/2021

Someone will say - He grew up on Park Avenue and went to private schools his whole life, wait till he has to deal with the REAL WORLD.

Any WORLD you live in is the REAL WORLD. Just because it doesn't involve the MASSES doesn't make it NOT the real world.

by Anonymousreply 15602/15/2021

[quote] What else would they be besides NUTS. Its' NOT necessary to say Pistachio NUTs.

But pistachio is also a flavor.

Pistachio ice cream is yummers. <—Aargh.

by Anonymousreply 15702/15/2021

I'm eating Pistachios. No one is going to think I'm referring to ice cream.

by Anonymousreply 15802/15/2021

I dont think it's grammatically correct but, even if it is, I loathe when people say, "It's ten minutes to my work."

Do you mean, "workplace"? "Job"? "Place of employment"?

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by Anonymousreply 16002/15/2021

"Thoughts and prayers "

"Be blessed "

"Sunday funday "



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by Anonymousreply 16202/15/2021

"Cali" when referring to California.

Australian habit of appending -ie (-y) to words: e.g., barbie, eskie, lippy

"Cash-money" Is there another kind?

by Anonymousreply 16302/15/2021

R163- Brits do that too. They call the television THE TELLY.

by Anonymousreply 16402/15/2021

"I'm gunna NUT!"

by Anonymousreply 16502/17/2021

[quote]R149: When discussing race, some version of "I don't care if you're black, white, brown, purple or green" is in fact, a racist statement.

This idiot needs a remedial course in logic, mind-reading and an understanding that cliches sometimes can be taken literally or spoken honestly.

R149 shows herself to be a racist of a particularly foul kind.

by Anonymousreply 16602/17/2021

It is what is .....

by Anonymousreply 16702/17/2021

Eating ass

by Anonymousreply 16802/17/2021

And such...

by Anonymousreply 16902/17/2021

I love you but I'm not in love with you.

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by Anonymousreply 17102/17/2021

Every single Mexican on the West Coast says ‘ What Ima go ahead and do is’

Ex .. What ima go ahead and do is take that charge off the bill

So ghetto!

by Anonymousreply 17202/17/2021

R172- To me any who says - going gangsta.

by Anonymousreply 17302/17/2021

Guest commentators on cable news shows who open their answers with: "Listen" or "Look" or "So, um" or "Great question"

by Anonymousreply 17402/17/2021

"for shits and giggles"

by Anonymousreply 17502/19/2021

Work through the pain. Really, fuck you. You work through the fucking pain, I will continue taking oxycodone, you judgemental prick.

by Anonymousreply 17602/19/2021

"You got this!" I know people mean well when they say this in support, but it's just as superficial and empty as "thoughts and prayers."

by Anonymousreply 17702/19/2021

R177, lol! Right up there with " You go girl!" Cringe.

by Anonymousreply 17802/19/2021

R178- Doesn't that sound like something OPRAH would say when she was talkin black - YOU GO GURL!

by Anonymousreply 17902/19/2021

R179- I can hear her now, lol. Kathy Griffin did a really good Oprah impression. It was very funny. Barbra Streisand and the microphone that she painted white was a classic.

by Anonymousreply 18002/19/2021

"Diss" for "disrespect." Sounds very dated.

by Anonymousreply 18102/19/2021

[quote]you judgemental prick.

Pssst. I’m judging you now. But then, I’m very judgmental.

by Anonymousreply 18202/19/2021


[quote]".... and whatnot."

by Anonymousreply 18302/19/2021

[Quote]Yaaas, queen!

When addressed by one gay man to another.

by Anonymousreply 18402/19/2021

I can't stand this one ESPECIALLY when NITWIT Jr said it referring to the terrorists - THESE FOLKS

by Anonymousreply 18502/19/2021

“Dropped” as one previous poster said, instead of “released”.

“Rocked” when used with an article of clothing, esp when the photo shows just a boring celebrity wearing an unimpressive ensemble.

by Anonymousreply 18602/19/2021

My heart goes out to you-anyone who says that to me , I would say back to them - FUCK YOU!

by Anonymousreply 18702/19/2021

Using the expression "DEAD to me" when referring to someone who is actually dead.

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by Anonymousreply 18902/19/2021

That's Fire!

by Anonymousreply 19002/19/2021

You make my butt want a dip of snuff.

by Anonymousreply 19102/19/2021

Instead of MY FAULT now it's MY BAD.

by Anonymousreply 19202/20/2021

"This. So much this."

"I can't even."

"SMH" or "SMDH"

"Can you talk to that?" instead of just saying "Can you talk about that?"

by Anonymousreply 19302/20/2021

The use of the term "hack" for things other than internet/computers, i.e. food or cooking techniques.

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by Anonymousreply 19402/20/2021

Expressions like "Where you at?" make the talker sound ghetto and low rent.

by Anonymousreply 19502/20/2021

A'ight, R195?

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by Anonymousreply 19702/20/2021


"Baby bump"

Anything with "phobic" attached to it.

by Anonymousreply 19802/20/2021

anything with AHOLIC attached to it. I can't STAND- I love sweets I'm a SUGARAHOLIC.

by Anonymousreply 19902/20/2021

or I love chocolate I'm a CHOCOHOLIC.

by Anonymousreply 20002/20/2021

White frauen and wannabe white frauen who try to justify their alcoholism with cutesy "It's wine o'clock" shirts and memes.

All of those "wine o'clock", "beer o'clock" type expressions sound stupid.

by Anonymousreply 20102/20/2021

look at her she's a DISNEY PRINCESS. I not only dislike this I don't understand it.

by Anonymousreply 20202/20/2021

I was just watching a video on youtube and this average looking guy says - I'd just like to give a SHOUT OUT to my wife.

I loath SHOUT OUT. In the video he was restoring a 1975 Chevrolet Monte Carlo and he kept referring to the car as SHE. SHE needs some work. SHE used to be a beauty, SHE,SHE, SHE!

by Anonymousreply 20302/20/2021

“It’s been a minute” meaning a long time

by Anonymousreply 20402/20/2021

There are some British expressions I can't stand. FRUIT AND VEG. That's even WORSE than the American expression - Fruit and veggies.

They often refer to men and women's sexual organs as- DANGLY BITS ( that's plain WEIRD)

by Anonymousreply 20502/20/2021

What a hoot!

by Anonymousreply 20602/20/2021

Husbear. Any gay man who refers to his partner as his husbear should be shot.

by Anonymousreply 20702/20/2021

[quote]They often refer to men and women's sexual organs as- DANGLY BITS ( that's plain WEIRD)

In one of the first movies I saw Matt Keeslar in, Run of the Country, he was nude at the very end, with just a sheep covering his "dangler," as he referred to it, r205. It took place in Ireland.

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by Anonymousreply 20802/20/2021

"Amazeballs" and "Awesomesauce"

by Anonymousreply 20902/20/2021

Engaging with stakeholders.

by Anonymousreply 21002/20/2021

"cancel culture"

by Anonymousreply 21102/22/2021

I hate it when someone says they CAN’T STAND something.

Well, sit down then, you FAT BITCH.

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by Anonymousreply 21402/24/2021

Warm grain bowls

by Anonymousreply 21502/26/2021

I started this thread thinking there were no expressions that I couldn't stand, and then I got to R35

It's "ningún problema" por la puta madre!

by Anonymousreply 21602/26/2021

Some of you need to unclench, including myself.

by Anonymousreply 21702/26/2021

[quote] It's "ningún problema" por la puta madre!

“No problema” is perfectly acceptable Spanish. In fact, I’ve never heard any of my relatives use ningún problema.

by Anonymousreply 21802/27/2021

__________ "age like milk"

by Anonymousreply 219Last Monday at 10:15 AM

R218 Non-native speakers are usually ok with "no problema". Don't try it outside of the U.S.

by Anonymousreply 220Last Monday at 11:47 AM

R218 Also, you can say "No hay problema".

by Anonymousreply 221Last Monday at 7:06 PM

"Living my truth" - insinuates that "your" truth isn't the actual truth. Otherwise, you'd just say "THE truth".

"Living my best life" - who are you trying to convince when you say this? Yourself?

"Haters gonna hate" - you're not a girl and you probably haven't been a teenager in a lot of fucking years. Stop it.

by Anonymousreply 222Last Monday at 7:09 PM

R222, "my truth" sounds like "alternative facts" (espoused by that anorexic blonde in Trumpy's administration whose name I mercifully can't remember).

by Anonymousreply 223Last Tuesday at 3:51 AM

All the "my truth", "my lived experience" type expressions are bullshit peddled by SJWs and people like Harpo. I even had an argument about it with a journalist acquaintance who said something about how her responsibility was to report "the victim's truth" in stories about rape or sexual harassment allegations. She is not concerned about reporting whatever facts can be ascertained, only about taking sides and reporting her favored side's "truth". Unprofessional nonsense.

by Anonymousreply 224Last Wednesday at 9:36 PM

I’m against the death penalty, but in this case....

by Anonymousreply 225Last Thursday at 2:34 AM

Partially due to the fact that the incident at hand was such that I was not on that location at the present time therefore where to for .. translation black folks in court

by Anonymousreply 226Last Thursday at 5:43 AM

"Now, that's what I'm talkin' about"

also whenever someone agrees with you they say "Right?"

by Anonymousreply 227Last Thursday at 5:52 AM

[quote] Warm grain bowls

LOL, so true. Awful. Who exactly came up with that name and WHY do so many fast casual healthy (whatever) restaurants think it’s a good name??

by Anonymousreply 228Last Thursday at 8:07 AM

R228 some vocal fry McKenzie made the shit up

by Anonymousreply 229Last Thursday at 9:10 AM

[quote] “is bae”

I loathe "bae," but it seems to be losing popularity, thank god. Feels like I haven't heard it often at all over the past year or two.

by Anonymousreply 230Last Thursday at 4:34 PM

[quote] Warm grain bowls

Now that you mention it, there's something really gross about that name. Sounds as though you're ordering a big bowl of steaming shit.

by Anonymousreply 231Last Thursday at 5:48 PM

"Bae" is loathsome but even worse than that is "boo". The mere mention of "boo" conjures up images of some shrieking ghetto hetero bitch yelling "Hey boo!" at her baby daddy du jour.

by Anonymousreply 232Last Friday at 3:13 AM

"bae" means poop in Danish.

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by Anonymousreply 234Last Friday at 8:00 AM

"Dollface." I just put some wastrel on ignore for typing it in a headline. Nothing deserves to be called that icky, smelly, dirty name. I mean, think about it.

by Anonymousreply 235Yesterday at 5:58 AM

The way people uptalk and say "so" at the beginning of every sentence, and "right?" at the end.

by Anonymousreply 236Yesterday at 6:02 AM

Oh and also sick to death of the word "kind." BLECH.

by Anonymousreply 237Yesterday at 6:03 AM
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