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    FORT Fogey FireStorm's Avatar
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    "naturally"

    "No doubt"

    "regardless"


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    I don't think I ever need to hear "You're the MAN!" or "You da MAN" again. And not just because I'm a woman. *sigh*

    Oh, and for some reason I'm sick of the overuse and misuse of the word "caveat". Not sure why it bugs me, but it does.

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    whatev.

    Finish your freaking word!!!! People are so lazy sometimes...

    Also, "Want to come with?"

    With who? Finish the sentence!

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    Quote Originally Posted by averagejane
    Irregardless. NOT a word. 'Nuff said.
    That drives me crazy.

    I'm so pleased I'm not the only one.

    "Playing the race card" is another over-used and misused phrase.
    Simply mentioning race does not equate to 'playing the race card".


    North American's use "bring" instead of "take" too, which drives me nuts.
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    "good times" bugs me. Also, "No prob" (no problem) gets on my nerves.

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    The phrase from Bachelor "we have chemistry" Or " the journey" never again please and thank you.

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    I guess I should just not talk whenever I'm here, since pretty much everything I say would annoy the hell out of someone.

    The rest of the words I use are made up.
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    Not surprising, like Bama, I just found out what that phrase meant when I saw it in another forum.

    "Just sayin'..." drives me coo-coo too when I see it at the end of some posts. Or "Word". What word? What is that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qboots
    The phrase "Twenty-four seven" is the one that has been bugging me lately.
    Oooooh... I HATE that one!
    A man can convince anyone he's somebody else, but never himself. - Verbal Kint from the movie The Usual Suspects

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    Maybe this thread has jumped the shark...we're off topic talking about other pet peeve sayings.
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