What words/phrases do you hate/want to never hear ever?

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    • #99187
      Muja Mi Rona
      Participant

      ‘Sorry’ is a stupid word

    • #99202
      Hklp
      Participant

      “would you like extra {add whatever here}” ….. fuc no if I wanted more shit id ask for it.. just give me what I ordered

    • #99213
      PIGgray
      Participant

      New and improved. If its new, how the FUCK can it be improved?

      • #99353
        Death Pod
        Participant

        I remember George Carlin having a bit about that slogan.

      • #99468
        despy
        Participant

        reminds me of 6th grade when we had to invent a product then create advertisement for it. I said my product will never be reissued as ‘improved’ because it is the best it can be right now. Ms Hoover shot me down saying I would limit future sales. pissedme off because I believed in what I said regardless if in future I proved wrong. I don’t remember what the product was but I certainly remember the exchange. I was ticked

    • #99214
      despy
      Participant

      *fecal

      *mucus

      *moist

      *va-jay Jay

      *hastings

      *secretion

      *noogie

      *biff

      *gestation

      *doggo

    • #99287
      Muja Mi Rona
      Participant

      Had to google some of those words Desp, and you reminded me of one I dislike, ‘hustings.’

      I also hate the word ‘brexit’ and the phrase ‘(ikr) I know right.’

    • #99349
      despy
      Participant

      *egg sac

      • #99460
        Muja Mi Rona
        Participant

        What planet are you on Desp, and why come y’all speak English there? 😜

        • #99472
          despy
          Participant

          *hatchery

    • #99352
      Death Pod
      Participant

      – Lifehack

      – Clap back or clapped back

      – “Follow us on Fakebook.” Fuck you. I just spent money in your store. Is that not enough?

      – Stay woke

      – Stupid headlines that say something like “so and so had the perfect response,” or “cocksucker tweeted this and the internet is not having it.”

      – I hate youtube titles that describe someone being destroyed, owned, or shut down, only to watch fifteen minutes of two people hurling regurgitated talking points or a speaker mildly making a point in a conversation. I just hate clickbait in general!

      – “I *could* care less.”

      • #99359
        itsplaster
        Participant

        @deathpod “Stay woke” Oh god yes! I hate that on a level I cannot even describe.

      • #99388
        GDPR Harvester
        Keymaster

        – “I *could* care less.”

        Oh yes, it annoys the crap out of me too.

      • #99463
        Muja Mi Rona
        Participant

        Yah, them ‘ownage’ and ‘woke’ trends are woeful. And there’s no sign of an end to that shit in ‘this new paradigm.’
        Everybody wants to ‘own’ somebody.

    • #99354
      Trailer
      Participant

      Play stupid games win stupid prizes

      • #99366
        Trailer
        Participant

        Also any abbreviations in a text like wyd or idk. If you can’t type the whole word don’t even fucking bother texting me.

    • #99355
      GDPR Harvester
      Keymaster

      “Significant Other”

      It’s your husband, wife, boyfriend or girlfriend…..unless you’re a libtard then I guess it’s significant other.

      • #99456
        Muja Mi Rona
        Participant

        Agreed, ‘partner’ is even worser.

    • #99358
      itsplaster
      Participant

      pussy pass

      • #99387
        GDPR Harvester
        Keymaster

        Why am I not surprised? 😀

        • #99407
          itsplaster
          Participant

          It gets old, man. Really old.

      • #99457
        Muja Mi Rona
        Participant

        Yeah Plaster, we need to think of a new one for that, something less crude. Although it does describe a reality. Misplaced blind chivalry is all I can think of at the mo.

        • #99474
          despy
          Participant

          -cunt punt
          -snatch hatch
          -kitty pity
          -box block
          -nectar collector
          -vag badge
          -titty gitty
          -chick trick
          -bitch hitch
          -matron patron
          -susie doozie
          -wendy bendy
          -janie miscellanie
          -smelly kelly lol

        • #99475
          illegalsmile55
          Participant

          -Smellin’ Ellen

        • #99478
          despy
          Participant

          -stinky pinky

        • #99482
          Trailer
          Participant

          Barbecue me and you stinky pinky pew pew pew!

        • #99486
          maidenaholic
          Participant

          @trailerparkboy Weren’t billy, Jilly, Hilly or pa, It was a french-fried Cajun named Delacroix!

        • #99479
          Muja Mi Rona
          Participant

          Does Wendy Bendy live in a Wendy House?

    • #99360
      The Captain
      Participant

      Getting a girl to eat my ass when unshowered, unkempt, ungroomed….like I typically am…because I am practically homeless and have give up on life…plus I like wearing the same pair of sweatpants everyday…pretty much smelling like shit and not even from my shit hole was always a challenge….but not that I have debilitating bloody hemorrhoids…ravaging the thing…fiery enemy from sitting on my ass 2 decades…it’s become all the more complicated…

      Good things there are disgusting people in the world…willing to do anything for 25 dollars….

      • #99365
        Trailer
        Participant

        Yea I hate that phrase too!

    • #99389
      GDPR Harvester
      Keymaster

      “Would of/could of/should of”

      This is just terrible English. If you can’t spell or you make typos, fine, I can accept that, but to not understand how your own language is constructed is a disgrace.

      • #99391
        Curiouskitty
        Participant

        Those are definitely annoying. English isn’t my first language and yet I try to construct my sentences properly. I encountered people with English as their main language and they use phrases like that.

        • #99459
          Muja Mi Rona
          Participant

          I’ve noticed that you are fucking excellent at English @mirimir, which leads me to think that you have loads of money or land.

        • #99522
          Curiouskitty
          Participant

          Thank you haha. I wouldn’t say I have loads of money. I live an ok life I guess.

      • #99393
        Anonymous
        Inactive

        Don’t forget using “then” when “than” is correct.
        Ex. “This ‘would of’ been better ‘then’ a kick in the dick.”
        “Should of known better then that.”
        Go back to the 3rd grade or just give up and go full handi-tard.

        • #99395
          Curiouskitty
          Participant

          You just made me giggle

        • #99399
          GDPR Harvester
          Keymaster

          @nutsack

          I read your post and afterwards I had to arrange counselling for myself. 😀

          Jokes aside, your example is the epitome of what is wrong in schools today. When pupils make mistakes no one is prepared to call them out and correct them because it’s not politically correct to do so. I suppose that not hurting feelings is more important than actually educating people nowadays.

          Being in the UK I come in contact with a lot of Europeans, both in real life and on the internet, and I’m ashamed to say that the majority of them appear to have a better grasp of the English language than the people who were born and bred here. It’s fucking embarrassing! And guess what? It’s not just the Brits; the Americans and Canadians are just as bad, if not worse!

        • #99408
          itsplaster
          Participant

          I’ve yet to meet someone who doesn’t know the difference in “then” and “than.” It’s seems to be a common typo rather than ignorance.

        • #99411
          GDPR Harvester
          Keymaster

          @itsplaster

          If you truly think that then you’re naive at best; if it were a typo, it wouldn’t occur with the frequency it does. In my experience, when reading stuff on forums etc., the misuse of then/than occurs far more frequently than the misuse of your/you’re and there/their/they’re. There’s no way it’s a typo in the vast majority of examples. Fuck me, you even see it in news articles today which is an utter disgrace!

        • #99418
          itsplaster
          Participant

          @psychotherapist
          “If you truly think that then you’re naive at best;…” lol Okay, man. The topic is grammar; not war.
          I truly don’t know anybody who mixes up then/than. That’s my personal experience. Sorry if that’s not cool.

        • #99438
          Death Pod
          Participant

          What about people who actually say “they” when they mean “their” and drop the subject pronoun contraction? As in, “man, he trying to say that’s they ride.”

          My mother is as country as the day is long, as a country person might say, and she says some things that I just have to let slide because I’ve tried to correct her and it changes nothing.

          She struggles with sit and set. “Just sit it down right there.” “I tried to set up in bed.”

          People get super sensitive if you correct them so I have resigned to live and let live. However, if someone corrects me I actually appreciate it.

          “Wait a minute. Bart’s teacher is named Krabappel? I’ve been calling her Crandall!”

        • #99476
          despy
          Participant

          how about stuff we say wrong on purpose just to piss people off?

          I used to forever say “how about THOSE apples” to certain someone same as I’d run around the house singing “SHEILA is a punkrocker”

          I also had a boss who would say “pacific” instead of specific, would repeat it to piss of co-worker till I caught myself saying it in ‘real life’ never did it again

        • #99498
          Death Pod
          Participant

          @despy

          I used to intentionally annoy my friend by pronouncing “charade” with the French pronunciation.

        • #99484
          Anonymous
          Inactive

          @PsychoTheRapist
          Plaster is just being argumentative. If you stick around you’ll get used to having your comments scrutinized and picked to pieces. Don’t engage because she is never wrong. It’s enough to know that you have a life after logging off of BG.

        • #99492
          itsplaster
          Participant

          So bitchy today. :/ Are everybody’s cycles synced up on here?

        • #99509
          maidenaholic
          Participant

          Ooooh the biggest bitch of them all feels others have been bitchy. Is it really you behind that comment? 🙂

    • #99390
      Curiouskitty
      Participant

      “Same/k/yh/y”. Those words annoy the hell out of me. You said a lot and the idiot would reply that type of shit. Like come on.

    • #99394
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      -Tooken.
      -Wanna go with?
      -(that was) Savage.
      -Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tweet, Snapchat.

      Also, can someone please explain why I cannot say inward anymore? Why do black people say it’s their word? What are they going to do with it? You don’t realize how often “inward” comes up in conversation until you’re told that you can never say it again.

      • #99396
        Curiouskitty
        Participant

        I guess they misheard it and thought of the N word haha

        • #99405
          Anonymous
          Inactive

          @curiouskitty.
          I guess the inward bit grazed the top of your head. It’s all good though.

        • #99410
          Curiouskitty
          Participant

          It’s a lame joke. I know

        • #99477
          despy
          Participant

          lmao @dan a conda as I thought to myself way longer than I should have hmm inward eh that’s odd that comes up alot in normal conversation. upward?downward? maybe that triggers it “I am really going to pay attention and see just how often inward comes up for me” LOL

        • #99483
          Anonymous
          Inactive

          @despy
          Now that everyone cries “Racist” every time someone says nigger, and replaced it with “N word” it occurred to me that this shit has gone too far. I can say “N word” but not THE N word? What abaout inward? Can I say that Jessie Jackson? Can I say inward or is that now the new “I word”? I don’t know. I’m moving to Iceland where even the bears are white.

        • #99496
          despy
          Participant

          I just so happened to catch episode 1 of season 1 of All in the Family today! sucks I can’t find decent version to link. only found shrunken screen with slowed audio, copyright ditching one. Archie Bunker =awesome

    • #99398
      illegalsmile55
      Participant

      *But*
      When that’s the last word in the first sentence, I get ready.

      • #99400
        GDPR Harvester
        Keymaster

        “So…..”

        That’s another one. Who the fuck ends a sentence with ‘so…’?

        (I’m waiting for it)

        • #99404
          illegalsmile55
          Participant

          “So”, allows you to fill in the blank as you see fit….so……

        • #99413
          GDPR Harvester
          Keymaster

          Hmmmm….the idea of someone speaking/writing a sentence is for them to say something, not for me to finish a sentence for them. Better would be something like “So what do you think of that?” or “So what’s your opinion?”

        • #99432
          illegalsmile55
          Participant

          I’m gonna get pic nitty now….so….I have a young guy who works for me at times and everything I say to him, he says “right” back to me. Not “right?” Nope, just right…I kept score one day and he said it at least 50 times. I choose to believe he’s just telling me I’m right. 😛

    • #99409
      itsplaster
      Participant

      This thread is getting way too knit-picky. 😉

      • #99412
        GDPR Harvester
        Keymaster

        I’m not sure if your comment was deliberate or not but it’s ‘nit-picky’, not “knit-picky”. If your post was meant as you wrote it, I have to say that it’s a really libtard attitude.

        • #99419
          itsplaster
          Participant

          See the little winking face? That means joking to most folks. But thanks for making it a true sentiment after all. Lay off the caffeine a bit.

        • #99494
          itsplaster
          Participant

          Oh, I’ll add any word that people add “tard” to. Psycho made me think of it but I really mean it. Trumptard, libtard, any play on retard is getting kind of old. Most political “buzzwords” suck including the actual term “buzzword.”

        • #99497
          Death Pod
          Participant

          Oh, yeah! I forgot “tard” words. Come to think of it, Trump and Obama have that in common. Their everyday dissenters come up with the dumbest nicknames for them. Obummer, Odumbo, tRump, Cheeto, etc.

      • #99500
        Death Pod
        Participant

        Was that your blanket statement?


        @itsplaster

    • #99467
      illegalsmile55
      Participant

      Sorry seems to be the saddest word.

      • #99499
        BOASP
        Participant

        One is the loneliest number?
        Smile ! It’s not Illegal ! !
        ” just sitting in the backseat a shOOtin the breeze … …
        … …. .. .. ……. & … ….. .. … …..” !
        Signed, Just Married.

        @illegalsmile55

        • #99514
          illegalsmile55
          Participant

          If it weren’t so expensive I’d wish I was dead.

    • #99489
      adr3nalin3.666
      Participant

      “I shit you not”

    • #99490
      adr3nalin3.666
      Participant

      “Be mindful”

      The start of a sentence…”most people forget/don’t realize…”

      Thanks for voicing your shortcomings because I’m certain one has not surveyed enough people to make such general b.s. statement…

    • #99502
      BOASP
      Participant

      Really ? Steve REALLY ?…
      From my poor friends wife,WhattaCunt*

    • #99527
      GDPR Harvester
      Keymaster

      I just heard this on tv and I was reminded of just how much I hate it.

      “That’s what I’m talking about!”

    • #99529
      despy
      Participant

      who’s reading this in 2017?

      • #99547
        Death Pod
        Participant

        @desp

        “I’m 12 and I love this band.”

        • #99549
          despy
          Participant

          lmao I am in this long snaking line at grocery store when email alert came through with your reply LOL! I cracked up and people looked at me. I haven’t looked up since lol
          trying to make serious face before I randomly connect eyes with another lol I create weird weird life for myself. ok almost up gotta go bye!

        • #99551
          despy
          Participant

          BestGore brought me here LMAO

    • #99602
      Barry Halls
      Participant

      Oooohh I hate so much;
      Bruthas who say ax instead of ask.
      Scrips for prescriptions
      People who say clips when they mean gun magazines
      And apps almost makes me grate my teeth
      People who use excessive DUDE
      People who say Bra instead of brother, bro is not much better

    • #99653
      Muja Mi Rona
      Participant

      *ding ding* “Last drinks”
      Do pubs in other countries sound a bell and shout “last drinks” from the bar, then send a staff member around to areas of the pub that may not be able to hear the news? “Last drinks” is something I don’t like to hear ananyways.

      • #99654
        illegalsmile55
        Participant

        In the US, its usually, “last call”, but that’s also my exes sisters nickname.
        “you don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay here”

      • #99671
        GDPR Harvester
        Keymaster

        “Last orders” is what’s called here.

        • #99675
          Trailer
          Participant

          Last call for alcohol!

    • #99673
      Schatzi
      Participant

      *Supposubly (instead of supposedly)
      *Irregardless
      *Between you and I (it’s always between you and me)
      *Most of the horrible grammar used by Uncle Dilf and the Dilf clan, like dieded and whatever other nonsense they say

    • #100429
      Death Pod
      Participant

      I was just watching a video on youtube and reminded of the phrase I think I actually hate the most and somehow forgot.

      “You got me fucked up.”

      The loudest, most obnoxious, unintelligent, shit talking little bitches ALWAYS use that phrase. They think it makes them sound tough but to me they just sound like a walking cliché doing their best Tupac impression.

      • #100431
        illegalsmile55
        Participant

        I heard one today that I had forgotten, but hated it back then and still do.
        “My bad” I want to kick whoever says that.
        Of course, we’ve all given ammunition now, so there’s that.
        I now want to throw ‘tard into every convo with you or plaster,
        Hey @barryhalls, dude!

        @boasp
        , Really?
        Etc… 🙂

        • #100440
          Death Pod
          Participant

          Very true about the ammunition! We should all be so perfect. 🙂 Thinking of the “my bad” phrase, that’s one that people know sucks and now people say it with exaggeration, feigning irony. Like a white guy trying to be funny by saying “what’s up, my nigger?” in the nerdiest, “white” voice he can put on.

          I couldn’t tell you how many times I’ve seen a bartender think he was going to crack up a liquor delivery driver when the driver is standing there with a hand truck full of booze and asks “where do you want me to put this?” and the bartender has this stupid look on his face and replies “in the back of that black Honda Civic (for example) out there.”

          Same thing, the joke is so tired that victims don’t even give a courtesy laugh anymore.

      • #100432
        Muja Mi Rona
        Participant

        ‘L’

      • #100433
        Muja Mi Rona
        Participant

        I’m not familiar with that other than people talking about the effects of substances on them (minus the ‘you’). Is it something that’s said when someone starts some shit on someone?
        You’d probably hate this tune then. (Again minus the ‘you’)
        https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=YMi8pXOaR9M

        • #100435
          Death Pod
          Participant

          @1purple8

          It’s mostly an African American thing. It means “you’ve got me confused with someone else” or “you don’t know me.” They intend to intimidate the other party by alluding to the idea that they are a badass. I’ve only ever heard lower class Americans use it.

    • #100438
      Muja Mi Rona
      Participant

      Wow! Used like that it’s like dissing yourself.

      • #100444
        Death Pod
        Participant

        Exactly. In a way they are saying “you have no idea what a thoughtless, primitive, piece of shit I am!”

        • #100445
          illegalsmile55
          Participant

          I feel so lucky to live among white folks, the only ghetto nigs in Maine are up from Boston or NY, bringing drugs and impregnating section 8 land whales. Its rare enough that I do a double take when I see a nappy head.

        • #100449
          Death Pod
          Participant

          I always joke about a wealthy area of north Atlanta known as Brookhaven as being for people who want to live in Atlanta …but don’t want to “live in Atlanta.”

          …if you @illegalsmile55 follow me.

      • #100455
        Trailer
        Participant

        How about “dissing”

        • #100487
          Curiouskitty
          Participant

          I’ve heard people use that quite a few times. It doesn’t annoy me that much although when you constantly hear it, I get really irritated and would just ignore the person.

    • #105512

      How about ” Thank you for your service”.
      Why ? As far as im concerned the last war in which umerrika actually fought for its survival, was WWII!
      Then a soldier really put their life on the line for the common good ,not just for the zionatoyanqui fews’ good!
      Thus, it was proper that they be thanked.

    • #105613
      GNeveNL
      Participant

      “oh wow”

      Seems to be the new omg…

    • #111659
      HamburgerBob
      Participant

      I can’t stand “friend with benefits”
      Just say “Fuck buddy”

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