Which common saying do you despise?
By - Kissegrisen
“I’m just saying”
“Louder for the people in the back”
“Read that again 👏”
Shut up. JUST SHUT UP
say it louder for the people in the back😂
“Just be yourself”
No, people don’t like me when I’m being myself.
I would get to jail in no time if I start being myself
Hella. It’s 100% pure unadulterated cringe.
I fucking DESPISE that word. I'm from Southern California and apparently it's a northern Cali thing? I swear I'm a peace-loving person but something about hearing that word makes me want to punch the user in the face.
Pretty sure it’s said everywhere. I’m in the Midwest. I wanna die when I hear people say it.
Hella definitely started out in the Bay area, circa 1990's
"If it's meant to happen, it'll happen."
How has that ever been helpful to anyone?
“If you ask me..” when CLEARLY you didn’t!
Also bonus points for the godforsaken: “Trust me..”
Biiiitch I don’t even trust my shadow.
*Family is family.*
“I’m not a racist, but….”
The fact of the matter….
“No offense but…”
“Saying sorry won’t fix _____!”
Wtf am I supposed to do then.
"Today is the first day of the rest of your life".
Yeah but so is tomorrow so who cares?
Do you know what I mean? ..... I was listening and would say if I didn't know
The version of that I dislike is "Does that make sense?"
I take that as an way to say; “My way with words might have not made sense to you, so I’m saying this to check in with you if you understand or not.” I don’t really mind it too much.
"I'm offended by that"
"'It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so fucking what." - Stephen Fry
Also the term "Fake News"
Those people should be taken out back and hanged.
It's a generic term that is (for some reason) an acceptable get out clause. Any questions or comments can apparently be dismissed without any further statements
Love Stephen Fry quotes.
Also "no offence, but..."
>"I'm offended by that"
>"'It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so fucking what." - Stephen Fry
With all due respect to Mr. Fry, the saying is super useful if you are curious as to how people receive the things we say. Like yeah, the N word is just a word and it only has the power we give it and all that, but if you are at all interested in thinking about things beyond the level of basic edge lord then it can be useful to know what things you might say that might upset other people.
Also fake news is the perfect term for the sorts of people who say it (trump supporters) for the all the reasons you listed. That's why Trump said it so much. He wanted to destroy faith in media so that he could deny every criticism that came his way, and he was very successful. It's a common tactic of fascists.
Anything with "(insert word)______ Lives Matter"
“God only challenges those who can handle…”
Fuck your God and his idea of worthiness for suffering because someone can handle it. Fuck that shit.
And also as the majority have said “you know what I mean.” This is worse than Um is public speaking.
Everything happens for a reason.
I honestly believe that though. But when I say it, it's usually about myself, because I know not everyone feels the same. All I know, is that so many shit situations ended up leading to a not shit situation down the line.
Personally it's "who has two thumbs and _X_? This guy!" *points at self*
It is what it is.
Ugh! No! If it's wrong, fight to correct it. Don't just give in because that's the way it is.
If he can go 24 hours without speaking to you then he doesn’t want u
"Its in my nature"
Me & her / him…
I shit you not.
"That's valid" when it's said constantly. I can't explain it. It doesn't feel like the person saying it actually cares or fully wants to understand what I'm trying to say.
That, and just "Nice," mainly when, just like above, the person uses it often, they clearly weren't listening to what I was saying, and what I said wasn't nice at all.
Of all things.....
Anything with Cobbah in it
See what I’m sayin’?
“Long story short”