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21-08-2014, 02:29 PM
RE: Phrased to annoy
(21-08-2014 01:27 PM)WeAreTheCosmos Wrote:  
(21-08-2014 11:25 AM)Deidre32 Wrote:  "I could care less."

Noooo. It's "I couldn't care less."

Pet peeve! Tongue

Yeah that one grinds my gears.


Also,
"Irregardless" (my dad won't stop saying this)

Fuck off.. It's JUST regardless.Censored

Hahaaaaa! Big Grin

Should "of" is another one. SHOULD HAVE!

But, I could care less.

Gasp

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21-08-2014, 02:34 PM
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In all seriousness, urban dictionary has dumbed down the English language considerably. I'm not a snob, but why is it suddenly cool for people over the age 25 to converse as if they're 13 year old boys?

Oh my godddd ! That's SOOOO epic!

Dude, you're such a forever alone.

Sadly I heard these sentences uttered at a party I was attending and everyone is in their 30's.

Lol sigh!

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21-08-2014, 02:52 PM (This post was last modified: 21-08-2014 03:01 PM by Tartarus Sauce.)
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Thot

How the fuck did that become a thing?

When I was watching over middle-schoolers this summer at a performance arts camp, they would snicker each time the word "thought" was said because they were thinking about "thots." What an utterly shameful disregard for everyday common lexicon; it really higlights just how much internet speak has led to lingual degradation, especially among the youth.

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21-08-2014, 03:02 PM
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"God took him while he was doing what he loved. He would have wanted it that way."
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Uh no, he fucking died. I'm pretty sure he didn't want to die... at all. Dodgy
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For some, there seems to be no end to avoiding the fear of death or of the unknown.
The shitty thing is... knowing how it happened, doesn't make him not be dead anymore. Undecided

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21-08-2014, 03:59 PM
RE: Phrased to annoy
(21-08-2014 03:02 PM)kim Wrote:  "God took him while he was doing what he loved. He would have wanted it that way."
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Uh no, he fucking died. I'm pretty sure he didn't want to die... at all. Dodgy
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For some, there seems to be no end to avoiding the fear of death or of the unknown.
The shitty thing is... knowing how it happened, doesn't make him not be dead anymore. Undecided

this.
i wonder why people say these things. how on earth do they know what he/she 'would have wanted?'

i just think people don't know what to say in difficult times. saying nothing seems awkward? idk. Undecided

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21-08-2014, 04:29 PM
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For all intensive purposes.
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21-08-2014, 04:37 PM
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(21-08-2014 10:14 AM)Kemasyn Wrote:  "Bless your heart"

Why? Bless me for what reasons? Works as well as praying. Something my dad said as we grew up -- Shit happens, life goes on. Why yes, yes it does go on.

And I'll admit, I'm bad about using "It is what it is" but really it is what it is Smile

Bless your heart is actually often one of the most sarcastic southernisms. Depending on how it is used and the voice inflection, it can be one of the biggest cut downs said by a sweet southern belle who wouldn't say shit if her mouth was full of it.

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21-08-2014, 06:19 PM
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(21-08-2014 04:29 PM)pablo Wrote:  For all intensive purposes.

I think it's "for all intents and purposes."

But even still, whatever's being said certainly couldn't encompass every intent and every purpose.

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21-08-2014, 06:23 PM
RE: Phrased to annoy
(21-08-2014 06:19 PM)Jeffasaurus Wrote:  
(21-08-2014 04:29 PM)pablo Wrote:  For all intensive purposes.

I think it's "for all intents and purposes."

But even still, whatever's being said certainly couldn't encompass every intent and every purpose.

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21-08-2014, 06:27 PM
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Anytime someone refers to knowing something "in their heart" or how something "weighs heavy on their heart." A heart is a muscle that pumps blood throughout the circulatory system. It is not capable of independent thoughts, emotions, feelings, memories, or anything else that the brain does. Heart Annoying. Heart

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