Re: OT: Phrases I Hate
- From: Sally <SallyDrell@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2008 21:05:27 -0700 (PDT)
On Apr 7, 11:42�pm, Wiseguy <epw...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Tom Cronin <tkhkcro...@xxxxxxx> wrote in news:9e99b1b0-1640-4cb1-9733-
"Are ya workin' hard or hardly workin'?"
"I'll be back" (in a bad Schwarzenegger voice)
"I shall return" (just before leaving the room)
"Let's shed a little light on the subject" (just before turning on a
"It just shows to go ya"
"and, at the end of the day..." (I thought about starting an "at the
end of the day" drinking game while watching the news on TeeVee, but
I'd die of alcohol poisoning in ten minutes)
"True dat" (or any other alleged "ghetto" phrases that white people
use to make themselves seem more pop-culturally aware)
"Is it Friday yet?" (No. It's not. It's Monday. get a freakin'
"Talk to me!" (When answering the phone: simply, inexcusably, awful)
Any phrase using "funny" as a noun.
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Newscasters who use the phrase, "And now, this," before they go to
Second? Being called "Ma'am" by anyone. I'm not Queen Elizabeth.