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Re: Words/phrases I wish would go away
« Reply #450 on: January 20, 2018, 02:03:33 PM »
Heard "emerg" for emergency room.  From a TV journalist reporting on a celebrity who overdosed and he had to go to  the emerg.
Dumbing down communication to make texting faster is one thing, but when professionals start talking like this?  Ugh.

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« Reply #451 on: January 20, 2018, 11:29:29 PM »
Heard "emerg" for emergency room.  From a TV journalist presenter reporting on a celebrity who overdosed and he had to go to  the emerg.
Dumbing down communication to make texting faster is one thing, but when professionals start talking like this?  Ugh.

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« Reply #452 on: February 01, 2018, 11:50:37 AM »
Here's one. My brother frequently says "at this point in time". Every damn time, my wacko brain says, "What about this point in space?" Then my brain links "What about time?" and "What about space?" and the next thing you know the theme song from an obscure one-season TV show called "It's About Time" starts playing in my head.

"It's about time
It's about space
About two men in the strangest place"

The funny thing about that is that we all used to sing it as:

"It's about time
It's about space
It's about time to slap your face"

Maybe my brain is smarter (and funnier) than I give it credit for.

Here's a link for you, but don't say I didn't warn you. It's pure drivel.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1G-TsdNWGg

My husband sings that ditty every now and then. He says that show was really awful! LOL

Here are the words I could live without:

adulting

Netflix and chill (Like, how did this become a euphemism for sex? How?!)

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« Reply #453 on: February 01, 2018, 01:10:23 PM »
Yea I hate when people say adulting as well. Sounds so juvenile.

But Netlix and Chill. *snickers* So much fun.

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Re: Words/phrases I wish would go away
« Reply #454 on: February 01, 2018, 04:00:05 PM »
Netflix and chill (Like, how did this become a euphemism for sex? How?!)

Teenagers.

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« Reply #455 on: February 02, 2018, 03:42:33 PM »
- "Woke"
- When attention hungry people on social media say, "I did a thing"
- "Snowflake"
- "AF"
- "Savage"
- "Fire"
- "Unpack" when analyzing something complex

And basically everything someone under 23 says on a daily basis (generalizing of course), but you catch my drift



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« Reply #456 on: February 02, 2018, 04:10:35 PM »
In your WHEELHOUSE

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« Reply #457 on: February 02, 2018, 05:46:09 PM »
Probably already said but with everyone's help we can end "totes" and "Cray cray"

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Re: Words/phrases I wish would go away
« Reply #458 on: February 02, 2018, 06:59:32 PM »
Moist

Eckspecially (how my coworker pronounces especially)

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« Reply #459 on: February 02, 2018, 08:18:33 PM »
"Sad Panda"

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« Reply #460 on: February 02, 2018, 09:51:07 PM »
- "Woke"
- When attention hungry people on social media say, "I did a thing"
- "Snowflake"
- "AF"
- "Savage"
- "Fire"
- "Unpack" when analyzing something complex
(emphasis mine) Um, you *do* realize what sort of forum you're visiting here, right? :P

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« Reply #461 on: February 03, 2018, 10:51:39 AM »
Adorable when a 5 year old refers to a very close friend:     "my bestie"

Ridiculous when a 55 year old refers to a very close friend: "my bestie"

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« Reply #462 on: February 03, 2018, 11:06:18 PM »
probably mentioned earlier, but:

woke
sammie(i like it as a name, not as "sandwich")
anyhoo
bruh
prolly

i did not know "netflix and chill" really meant "sex". reminds me how, starting in my twenties, I had no clue that "wanna come in for a drink?" really meant "sex". Everytime, I was honestly surprised when they would lunge at me once I was in their apartment. I'm now in my forties and just figured out, like, last year, :)  what they were really offering.  Guess I took things way too literally. Apparently, I still do. :/

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« Reply #463 on: February 04, 2018, 02:43:04 PM »
Oh dear. My best friend calls me her bestie (on social media). I call her my BFF.


Adorable when a 5 year old refers to a very close friend:     "my bestie"

Ridiculous when a 55 year old refers to a very close friend: "my bestie"

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« Reply #464 on: February 05, 2018, 02:44:12 PM »
Oh dear. My best friend calls me her bestie (on social media). I call her my BFF.


Adorable when a 5 year old refers to a very close friend:     "my bestie"

Ridiculous when a 55 year old refers to a very close friend: "my bestie"

How old is she, @WootWoot? I'd be inclined to give her a break on this so long as she doesn't use "peeps" or "posse" when suggesting a group get together at a TGIF for happy hour. She'd have to be cited.

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« Reply #465 on: February 05, 2018, 10:16:09 PM »
I kinda like "peeps." *runs away*

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« Reply #466 on: February 08, 2018, 04:09:08 PM »
Oh dear. My best friend calls me her bestie (on social media). I call her my BFF.


Adorable when a 5 year old refers to a very close friend:     "my bestie"

Ridiculous when a 55 year old refers to a very close friend: "my bestie"

How old is she, @WootWoot? I'd be inclined to give her a break on this so long as she doesn't use "peeps" or "posse" when suggesting a group get together at a TGIF for happy hour. She'd have to be cited.

Umm...we're both in our early 50s.

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« Reply #467 on: February 12, 2018, 03:02:15 PM »
"emergent" as a back-formation from "emergency." The word "emergent" already HAS a meaning.
"It is an emergent illness." The illness is popping up from a hole in the ground?
"The patient's condition is emergent." Oh, the patient is coming out of the closet?

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« Reply #468 on: February 13, 2018, 02:19:03 AM »
"Legitimately" used as some kind of intensifier, I think. "I legitimately cannot think of a reason why anyone would do this." Presumably it's some kind of workaround for all the hatred incurred by words like "literally"?

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« Reply #469 on: February 13, 2018, 06:25:35 AM »
"Legitimately" used as some kind of intensifier, I think. "I legitimately cannot think of a reason why anyone would do this." Presumably it's some kind of workaround for all the hatred incurred by words like "literally"?

Sounds weird but I'm ok with it as long as people stop using 'literally' when they mean THE EXACT OPPOSITE OF LITERALLY.


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« Reply #470 on: February 13, 2018, 07:32:50 AM »
1. At the end of the day...

2. When a male athlete is talking to a  female reporter, and says, "Man, I just..."  Dude, she is not a man.  She's right in front of you.  It's actually gotten worse.  Now the female athletes are doing it, too.

You know when people say something like. "Aw, man. That sucks" It's that kind of "Man"
« Last Edit: February 14, 2018, 06:18:14 AM by Dabnasty »

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« Reply #471 on: February 13, 2018, 10:07:03 PM »
After watching the olympics figure skating, i could go a lifetime without hearing 'the feels' ever again.

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« Reply #472 on: February 14, 2018, 10:29:04 AM »
After watching the olympics figure skating, i could go a lifetime without hearing 'the feels' ever again.

For reals.

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« Reply #473 on: February 14, 2018, 01:10:15 PM »
After watching the olympics figure skating, i could go a lifetime without hearing 'the feels' ever again.

What does that mean or refer to???

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« Reply #474 on: February 14, 2018, 01:39:52 PM »
After watching the olympics figure skating, i could go a lifetime without hearing 'the feels' ever again.

What does that mean or refer to???

One of the commenters kept using that phrase over and over again about how "emotional" or whatever a particular routine was.

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« Reply #475 on: February 18, 2018, 06:38:48 AM »
"Not for nothing, but..."

I've developed a strong hate for this phrase. It's a weird east coast thing. Makes no sense, and makes me cringe when I hear it.

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« Reply #476 on: February 18, 2018, 10:08:34 AM »
Phrases like "haters gonna hate."

I got an email from a company selling daily planners and the subject line was "Planners gonna plan."

<barf>

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« Reply #477 on: February 18, 2018, 10:51:30 AM »
"Not for nothing, but..."

I've developed a strong hate for this phrase. It's a weird east coast thing. Makes no sense, and makes me cringe when I hear it.

Interesting. I live in the Midwest, and I have never heard this phrase. I would hate it, too!

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« Reply #478 on: February 18, 2018, 01:11:28 PM »
"Not for nothing, but..."

I've developed a strong hate for this phrase. It's a weird east coast thing. Makes no sense, and makes me cringe when I hear it.

Yeah. The first person I ever heard say this, says it ALL THE FREAKING TIME. It doesn't help that this is someone I have grown to strongly dislike.

And yeah. It makes no sense at all.

Ugh.

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« Reply #479 on: February 19, 2018, 08:12:03 AM »
After watching the olympics figure skating, i could go a lifetime without hearing 'the feels' ever again.

What does that mean or refer to???

One of the commenters kept using that phrase over and over again about how "emotional" or whatever a particular routine was.

Is this from johnny and tara?

I stopped wTching ice skating seriously about the time tara Lipinsky was winning. She was everyones darling, a little jumping bean, but I dont care about the jumps. There wete teenage skaters who could pull off gorgeous, lyrical routines but she wasnt one if them.

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« Reply #480 on: February 19, 2018, 09:07:16 AM »
After watching the olympics figure skating, i could go a lifetime without hearing 'the feels' ever again.

What does that mean or refer to???

One of the commenters kept using that phrase over and over again about how "emotional" or whatever a particular routine was.

Is this from johnny and tara?

I stopped wTching ice skating seriously about the time tara Lipinsky was winning. She was everyones darling, a little jumping bean, but I dont care about the jumps. There wete teenage skaters who could pull off gorgeous, lyrical routines but she wasnt one if them.

Yes, that is who I'm referring to. I don't particulary follow ice skating, it just happened to be what was on for the 45 minutes I watcvh TV in a day. When I first saw tara and johnny, I thought I'd tuned into a hunger games sequel.

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« Reply #481 on: February 26, 2018, 10:22:37 AM »
"Not for nothing, but..."

I've developed a strong hate for this phrase. It's a weird east coast thing. Makes no sense, and makes me cringe when I hear it.

I grew up in NJ.  It was always an Italian thing there.  Picture Rocky saying it.  Or Tony Soprano. 

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« Reply #482 on: February 26, 2018, 10:25:34 AM »
"Technically", when used to describe something just being the way it is.   No loophole or anything. 

Last night I saw Jennifer Lawrence say that she doesn't "technically" have a GED or High School Diploma.  Nothing technical about it.  She dropped out at 14 and never finished. 
I think this started to bother me when a co-worker started saying it whenever he made an error. 

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« Reply #483 on: March 01, 2018, 04:56:25 AM »
"Not for nothing, but..."

I've developed a strong hate for this phrase. It's a weird east coast thing. Makes no sense, and makes me cringe when I hear it.

I grew up in NJ.  It was always an Italian thing there.  Picture Rocky saying it.  Or Tony Soprano.

I just heard the CBS new york morning news anchor say it. kill me.

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« Reply #484 on: March 01, 2018, 09:58:19 AM »
"Not for nothing, but..."

I've developed a strong hate for this phrase. It's a weird east coast thing. Makes no sense, and makes me cringe when I hear it.

I grew up in NJ.  It was always an Italian thing there.  Picture Rocky saying it.  Or Tony Soprano.

I just heard the CBS new york morning news anchor say it. kill me.

What does "not for nothing" mean? I'm not from the east coast so having trouble figuring it out, beyond just the literal meaning.

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« Reply #485 on: March 01, 2018, 06:07:47 PM »
It's kind of like saying..."no offense, but..."

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« Reply #486 on: March 02, 2018, 06:41:50 AM »
What does "not for nothing" mean? I'm not from the east coast so having trouble figuring it out, beyond just the literal meaning.

I've never heard it, either.

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« Reply #487 on: March 02, 2018, 08:56:57 AM »
What does "not for nothing" mean? I'm not from the east coast so having trouble figuring it out, beyond just the literal meaning.

I've never heard it, either.

I have only ever heard it used once, and it was from an American friend who works at the White House.  She used it when describing how she dropped bad news to her parents - "Not for nothing, but, I have breast cancer..."

I think it is a lead in to brace someone against something that is bad news, or possibly offensive/insulting.

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« Reply #488 on: March 03, 2018, 04:03:49 AM »
Maybe this has already been said but I'll throw it out there anyway.

I work in an office with a bunch of stiff old white guys who's world revolves around their careers and making children. Whenever one asks how the other is doing a very common response is:

"Living the Dream"

or

"No complaints but if I had any no one would listen anyway"

It's like man, think of something original at least. One time this dude I work closely with threw out the "living the dream" at me and I responded "your dream is my nightmare" and we both got a good laugh although now he doesn't talk to me as much anymore. 

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« Reply #489 on: March 03, 2018, 07:43:57 AM »
Maybe this has already been said but I'll throw it out there anyway.

I work in an office with a bunch of stiff old white guys who's world revolves around their careers and making children. Whenever one asks how the other is doing a very common response is:

"Living the Dream"

or

"No complaints but if I had any no one would listen anyway"

It's like man, think of something original at least. One time this dude I work closely with threw out the "living the dream" at me and I responded "your dream is my nightmare" and we both got a good laugh although now he doesn't talk to me as much anymore.

You're my hero :D I hate that defeatist "everything sucks" attitude of guys that use "Living the dream".

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« Reply #490 on: March 05, 2018, 04:20:42 AM »
Maybe this has already been said but I'll throw it out there anyway.

I work in an office with a bunch of stiff old white guys who's world revolves around their careers and making children. Whenever one asks how the other is doing a very common response is:

"Living the Dream"

or

"No complaints but if I had any no one would listen anyway"

It's like man, think of something original at least. One time this dude I work closely with threw out the "living the dream" at me and I responded "your dream is my nightmare" and we both got a good laugh although now he doesn't talk to me as much anymore.

You're my hero :D I hate that defeatist "everything sucks" attitude of guys that use "Living the dream".

If I'm your hero I must be "living the dream".

I'd also like to add "Happy wife, Happy life" to this list. Another common phrase thrown around the office. Just terrible.

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« Reply #491 on: March 06, 2018, 02:32:15 PM »


You're my hero :D I hate that defeatist "everything sucks" attitude of guys that use "Living the dream".

???

I use "Living the dream" in a way that says Life is good.  I do know it's origin in office space, but I don't use this phrase in a sarcastic way at all.  I Love my life, I've never been happier, and I really am living the american dream.  Not defeatist at all.

I also like to say "another day in paradise".  Because I am not original at all, and I think some people prefer to hear something other than "fine thank you?  How are you?"  Which is what I would otherwise say.  Every. Day. 

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« Reply #492 on: March 06, 2018, 02:50:49 PM »


You're my hero :D I hate that defeatist "everything sucks" attitude of guys that use "Living the dream".

???

I use "Living the dream" in a way that says Life is good.  I do know it's origin in office space, but I don't use this phrase in a sarcastic way at all.  I Love my life, I've never been happier, and I really am living the american dream.  Not defeatist at all.

I also like to say "another day in paradise".  Because I am not original at all, and I think some people prefer to hear something other than "fine thank you?  How are you?"  Which is what I would otherwise say.  Every. Day.

I don't think I've ever heard either of those sayings in a non-ironic way.  They've always been said by someone who was so "blah" about their day they had nothing articulate or positive to say to describe it or they were thumbing their nose at the motivation they were supposed to be feeling.

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« Reply #493 on: March 06, 2018, 03:16:48 PM »


You're my hero :D I hate that defeatist "everything sucks" attitude of guys that use "Living the dream".

???

I use "Living the dream" in a way that says Life is good.  I do know it's origin in office space, but I don't use this phrase in a sarcastic way at all.  I Love my life, I've never been happier, and I really am living the american dream.  Not defeatist at all.

I also like to say "another day in paradise".  Because I am not original at all, and I think some people prefer to hear something other than "fine thank you?  How are you?"  Which is what I would otherwise say.  Every. Day.

Well, you are definitely in the minority with using it in a non-sarcastic way. Every time I've heard someone say "Living the dream...", they are using it exactly the way Mrbeardedbigbucks described it. You might want to be careful how you use that phrase, because I think most people are going to see it as you being negative, even if you don't mean it that way.

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« Reply #494 on: March 06, 2018, 06:42:20 PM »
Maybe the real problem here is people constantly asking each other how they are, even when they don't know each other and will never see each other again (grocery store cashier, etc.). Does anyone ever expect anything other than a short, positive answer? Is this a silly American thing, or does it happen elsewhere, too? The whole exchange is just a waste of time, so while I think answers like a sarcastic "living the dream" are stupid, I can understand a person's desire to say something, anything, that's different from "Fine, how are you?" Seems like we could just say hello and leave it at that, or move on to more interesting conversation.

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« Reply #495 on: March 07, 2018, 01:51:32 PM »
"a lot to unpack..."

"There's a lot unpack there... blah blah blah"

I've heard it a lot on podcasts. Just seems like a trite, marketing-speak filler phrase.

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« Reply #496 on: March 07, 2018, 03:26:25 PM »
My Bad... ! like it makes it ok.  Dont need to point out when you make a mistake we all know it just move on.

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« Reply #497 on: March 07, 2018, 06:53:02 PM »
My Bad... ! like it makes it ok.  Dont need to point out when you make a mistake we all know it just move on.

Considering the number of people I've known in my life whose first words after a mistake/accident are "Not my fault!" I enjoy it when somebody owns up to them.

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« Reply #498 on: March 08, 2018, 04:34:45 AM »


You're my hero :D I hate that defeatist "everything sucks" attitude of guys that use "Living the dream".

???

I use "Living the dream" in a way that says Life is good.  I do know it's origin in office space, but I don't use this phrase in a sarcastic way at all.  I Love my life, I've never been happier, and I really am living the american dream.  Not defeatist at all.

I also like to say "another day in paradise".  Because I am not original at all, and I think some people prefer to hear something other than "fine thank you?  How are you?"  Which is what I would otherwise say.  Every. Day.

Well, you are definitely in the minority with using it in a non-sarcastic way. Every time I've heard someone say "Living the dream...", they are using it exactly the way Mrbeardedbigbucks described it. You might want to be careful how you use that phrase, because I think most people are going to see it as you being negative, even if you don't mean it that way.

I agree. Even if you are really 'living the dream' and you're very satisfied with your situation in life, when you say that phrase to someone else, usually it's interpreted as sarcastic and you're not that satisfied with the way things are going.

I suppose it could depend on the inflection in your voice and how descriptive you are,  like if you headline it with "you know what? I really am living the dream, no complaints at all" but if you just respond with a typical "living the dream man, how about you?", many people will think your life is kind of crappy right now.

I am happy for you bye the way. It's great that you are living your own dream. I think a better response would be an enthusiastic- "I'm friggin' awesome, things couldn't be better, for real"  Use that on your next response to someone asking you how you're doing and see what happens.


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Re: Words/phrases I wish would go away
« Reply #499 on: March 08, 2018, 05:25:16 AM »
"Living the dream" has an even more cringe worthy offshoot: "teamwork makes the dream work" . Just no.