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> Sayings That Make You Want To Throw A Brick, Up in the air and hope it hits your face
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post Jan 26th 2008, 10:22 PM
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*Inspired by the "that's so gay/retarded" thread.


Everyone must have those expressions that they hear people say that just bothers them. I know I hear a lot of them every day at school. Actually, I think I'm gonna have to start taking notes because there's so many things that I just can't stand to hear that I forget. What my exam exhausted sleep deprived brain can remember right now is:

- you would do that. At my particular institute of learning, this seems to be the thing to say. Okay, it was funny the first few times I heard it but now it just sounds totally pathetic and makes me automatically lose respect for the person when they say it.


-pretty sure that ______. This one is kind of hard to explain, but people seem to love to throw "pretty sure" and "pretty much" in anywhere they possibly can.

-"f*ck me". Is my school the only place where kids actually say this? It's usually used when something bad happens. "Aw, f*ck me, I forgot to do my history homework".

-Using the word definitely in useless places. Exhibit A: "so I definitely think that Jamie likes me!!" Oh yeah? You're definitely sure?

And I believe the winner is...

-"your mom". UGH. I can't believe this one hasn't gone away yet! Anything involving a joke about your mother is just immature, stupid and not funny at all. I have the same response to everyone who says this ("leave my mother out of this!!") I believe there was also a time when I walked around saying 'your dad!" in a mocking tone. It never caught on though, shucks.

So, I think the point I'm trying to make, is, teenagers need to really extend their vocabulary. Anyone with me?




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post Jan 26th 2008, 10:31 PM
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i HATE when people ask me "Can I ask you a question??" ... well, technically you just did, so i dont really have a choice. pinch.gif


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post Jan 26th 2008, 10:31 PM
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QUOTE(neleah @ Jan 26th 2008, 10:22 PM) *

-pretty sure that ______. This one is kind of hard to explain, but people seem to love to throw "pretty sure" and "pretty much" in anywhere they possibly can.



I don't like it either. Most of the people I know that say "pretty sure" say it to things that really don't require it at ALL. I could understand it like: "I'm pretty sure the answer is 45." (Isn't that how it's supposed to be used?)
But most people say stuff like "Pretty sure I watched that movie last week."
"Pretty sure I'm eating pizza right now!"
hahaha I dunno if that even makes sense.

I also HATE "I'm not gonna lie." One time a friend said "I'm not gonna lie, I don't have any university clothes" (of our school clothes) I got so annoyed I was like "WHY would you lie about that!?!"

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post Jan 26th 2008, 10:58 PM
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I say 'yer mom'.... A LOT. fear.gif


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post Jan 26th 2008, 11:02 PM
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lately everyone is saying, "suck me." UGH it bothers me so much and I don't know why.


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post Jan 26th 2008, 11:02 PM
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QUOTE(Lyndz @ Jan 26th 2008, 7:58 PM) *
I say 'yer mom'.... A LOT. fear.gif
Me too. And "your face" xD

I'm guilty to saying most of these phrases. They don't really bother me that much... I don't really see why they should anyway lol ph34rwave.gif


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post Jan 26th 2008, 11:06 PM
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OMG, I thought I was the only one who says 'yer face'. Sometimes after I've said yer mom to someone, they'll say 'No yer mom' and I'll go "Yeah, well yer face". bleh.gif

The whole 'Yer Mom' (with Yer instead of your) started a couple of years ago with my friends and I even got a backpack made with the words on it blushing.gif


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Well I pretty much say all of those things (like now) escept f*ck me. I hate when people say that. I'm just like no I don't want to f*ck you, say something else. That's one of my pet peeves.

But I'm guilty of saying your mom a lot. Oh well. I don't care to extend my vocabulary laughing.gif


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none of those things are too bad, people say more annoying things at my school but i cant think right now.
i always say your mom. and your dad, or any other family member you can think of tongue.gif


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post Jan 26th 2008, 11:23 PM
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I think it's funny when I'll be like (example):

Me: Ugh I don't understand this homework at all...
Person: Really?

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Me: I think I'm sick. pinch.gif
Person: Really?

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Me: I'm going to get my hair cut this weekend! w00t.gif
Person: Really?




UH NO. I'm totally joking. rolleyes.gif CAUGHT ME THERE! I was joking!! Hahahaha. It annoys me. bleh.gif

ALSO. When people say "That's so gay" or "That's so retarded"...STFU seriously. They are the dumbest phrases in the WORLD. Expand your vocabulary, honestly.


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"omg that's so random"
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post Jan 26th 2008, 11:56 PM
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- "Your mom".
- "______, much?!"
- And anything when people point out that I'm shy, for example, "Why are you so shy?", "Why don't you ever talk", or "You need to talk more".

There's probably tons more but those are all I can think of at the moment.


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post Jan 27th 2008, 12:12 AM
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I have one. Like those people who say something insulting and then they end it with "just kidding" like that erases it somehow.

"Hey, did you get a hair cut? Hope you didn't pay for that thing. ... I'm just kiddin'! rolleyes.gif "

Mm, well then you don't know how to kid properly. Because we should both be laughing.

People don't understand the definition of "kidding".

You tell someone something sad, "My dog of 17 years just died."

"You're kidding!"

"No.. as funny as that is I'm not."


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post Jan 27th 2008, 12:15 AM
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OK so my hair's like SUPER curly normally, and so when I straighten it, there's at least one person a day that's like "OMG did you straighten your hair??"

Oh no! It just magically became straight!! w00t.gif


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QUOTE(DJ LF @ Jan 27th 2008, 12:12 AM) *

I have one. Like those people who say something insulting and then they end it with "just kidding" like that erases it somehow.

"Hey, did you get a hair cut? Hope you didn't pay for that thing. ... I'm just kiddin'! rolleyes.gif "

Mm, well then you don't know how to kid properly. Because we should both be laughing.

People don't understand the definition of "kidding".

You tell someone something sad, "My dog of 17 years just died."

"You're kidding!"

"No.. as funny as that is I'm not."
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Better yet, when you approach someone, wanting to talk to them, and they say "What do you want? Get the **** away from me!" in a completely serious tone, and then when you express hurt, they go "I was only joking, gosh!"
Okay, that is not funny pinch.gif


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Okay the saying that drives me up the wall is "AWWW, muffin." If I'm complaining or ranting about something very briefly and I hear that response I just want to smack them. I don't get angry; it more or less makes me laugh but it still annoys me. I just use it back every chance I get though so it's all in good fun. Lots of people say it around here. tongue.gif

Your mom annoys me a lot. Not literally so don't take offence. tongue.gif I can't have a conversation with some of my friends without hearing it brought into the conversation somehow. I never know what to say after someone's said it... it's just like "okay then..."


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QUOTE(ilovetraviswall @ Jan 27th 2008, 12:23 AM) *

I think it's funny when I'll be like (example):

Me: Ugh I don't understand this homework at all...
Person: Really?

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Me: I think I'm sick. pinch.gif
Person: Really?

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Me: I'm going to get my hair cut this weekend! w00t.gif
Person: Really?
UH NO. I'm totally joking. rolleyes.gif CAUGHT ME THERE! I was joking!! Hahahaha. It annoys me. bleh.gif

ALSO. When people say "That's so gay" or "That's so retarded"...STFU seriously. They are the dumbest phrases in the WORLD. Expand your vocabulary, honestly.


I say that really thing a lot. fear.gif

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QUOTE(nicfanz @ Jan 26th 2008, 9:33 PM) *

I say that really thing a lot. fear.gif


I don't know if I say it a lot...I'm sure I say it every once in a while. tongue.gif

QUOTE(kc_jordisfan @ Jan 26th 2008, 9:33 PM) *

Your mom annoys me a lot. Not literally so don't take offence. tongue.gif I can't have a conversation with some of my friends without hearing it brought into the conversation somehow. I never know what to say after someone's said it... it's just like "okay then..."


It is SO annoying. tongue.gif

OK so my TEACHER says it sometimes. noexpression.gif The first time I heard him say it, I was like "Mr. J, I need help on my homework..." and he was like "Your mom needs help on her homework" and I was just like tom.gif "So...anyway..."


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LMAO, I say "Really?!" all of the time... and a bunch of other stuff that annoys people in here. haha.gif fear.gif whistling.gif innocent.gif


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QUOTE(ilovetraviswall @ Jan 27th 2008, 12:36 AM) *

OK so my TEACHER says it sometimes. noexpression.gif The first time I heard him say it, I was like "Mr. J, I need help on my homework..." and he was like "Your mom needs help on her homework" and I was just like tom.gif "So...anyway..."

lmao.gif Okay that's really funny. It's stupid when peers say it but teachers? I'd burst out laughing if my teacher said that to me.


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