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  • Fatiguez 21 Sep 2008 18:00:57 8,875 posts
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    Aspic wrote:
    "Do the math", especially when said by someone this (UK/Europe) side of the Atlantic.

    Heh, I say this all the time (complete with terrible American accent). I never say 'math' except in this context, though.
  • evilashchris 21 Sep 2008 18:18:05 7,559 posts
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    'End of.'

    Every time I hear it I nearly break my teeth due to clenchage.
  • techierob 21 Sep 2008 18:50:37 336 posts
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    Roepy wrote:
    Syrok wrote:
    Roepy wrote:
    Syrok wrote:
    techierob wrote:
    ^ this
    this!
    EG's recent love affair with quoting something they agree with then adding, with great finality, 'This.', has really pissed me off. Not sure why.
    That was my point. :)
    I know!
    does that mean you're all a bunch of gooners? Nothing personal, but I will have to kill you all.
  • Spectral 21 Sep 2008 19:04:18 5,452 posts
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    Any sentence starting with "I am so"
  • Ryze 21 Sep 2008 21:56:33 3,534 posts
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    techierob wrote:
    Roepy wrote:
    Syrok wrote:
    Roepy wrote:
    Syrok wrote:
    techierob wrote:
    ^ this
    this!
    EG's recent love affair with quoting something they agree with then adding, with great finality, 'This.', has really pissed me off. Not sure why.
    That was my point. :)
    I know!
    does that mean you're all a bunch of gooners? Nothing personal, but I will have to kill you all.

    ^this.
  • warlockuk 21 Sep 2008 22:18:17 19,387 posts
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    Anyone who says "Orientated".
  • northside 22 Sep 2008 00:00:31 642 posts
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    MrSpew wrote:
    'FACT'

    +1,000,000

    (that and people who quote posts with nothing but +1.. at the end).
  • sirtacos 22 Sep 2008 01:30:52 7,963 posts
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    Any phrase that begins, ends or middles with "irregardless".

    Spell check didn't find anything wrong with the word 'irregardless'. That makes me blood simmer.
  • MrSpew 22 Sep 2008 01:54:46 971 posts
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    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/irregardless
  • Deleted user 22 September 2008 07:54:29
    people who use the word so like this

    "that is so not going to happen"

    i can just about stand it in the context of american teenagers on telly - they're not close enough to me to kill and i can casually switch the channel over while masking my internal rage.

    but anyone else. they're automatically a cunt of the highest order imo and require culling from the general population immediately.
  • Angel_Treats 22 Sep 2008 08:04:14 11,070 posts
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    I work with a girl who keeps writing letters that say "I shall revert back to you". It really irritates me. It should be "I shall revert" - the back is redundant - but you just can't tell her that.
  • magicpanda 22 Sep 2008 08:58:53 14,590 posts
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    People who actually say Lol. They need to die.
  • chopsen 22 Sep 2008 09:06:30 19,551 posts
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    skuzzbag wrote:
    People who say "Tummy" when speaking to an adult.

    :D That irritates me as. Talk like a grown-up ffs.

    Anybody who uses words of more than one syllable as meaningless/inappropriate filler (basically/literally/ultimately) irritates me. However, I've come to notice that anybody who starts off what they're saying with "Basically..." means what they're going to say next if of no importance so I can have a quick snooze till it's my turn to talk, so maybe there is some use to it after all.
  • JuanKerr 22 Sep 2008 09:10:49 37,705 posts
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    Footballers are guilty of many spoken word abominations, but I particularly hate their over-use of 'obviously'. Just listen to an interview and every other bloody sentence starts "Well, obviously ...".

    If it's so fucking obvious, why the fuck are you wasting our time by telling us?
  • BanjoMan 22 Sep 2008 09:39:13 13,693 posts
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    My colleague says 'advised' instead of 'said' and 'regarding' instead of 'about'.

    As in, "Some person rang, regarding some stuff, and I advised that you were in the shitter."
  • opalw00t 22 Sep 2008 10:04:37 12,774 posts
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    I have no idea.
  • Jeepers 22 Sep 2008 10:06:35 15,912 posts
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    I think he's trying to get us to 'think' and stuff.

    Clearly, he's wasting his time.
  • opalw00t 22 Sep 2008 10:09:29 12,774 posts
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    Me no do brain think. Me press buttons and shiny go BOOM in my eyeses.
  • Jeepers 22 Sep 2008 10:11:58 15,912 posts
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    Me too. Think make brian ouch. Type make finger hurt. Wank make peepee big.
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  • Deleted user 29 April 2009 20:03:43
    Just found this thread...

    "All kinds of awesome" (or variations of) is pretty irritating.
  • heyyo 29 Apr 2009 20:09:07 14,362 posts
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    People who use too many surplus words

    "I like actually literally physically went and sat right close next to her on the park bench, then I swear I almost, almost, didn't talk to her but then literally I opened my mouth and started talking"

    vs

    "I sat next to her on the bench and we talked"
  • Deleted user 29 April 2009 20:11:01
    Any estuary English in normal speech

    'Innit' being a particular bugbear as I live in Leicester and hear this all the fkn time

    also being called 'mate' by people on the phone I've never met...
  • Psychotext 29 Apr 2009 20:13:02 61,200 posts
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    "It's not you, it's me"

    Not that it's annoying... but it should definitely render the speaker dead. :D

    Angel_Treats wrote:
    I work with a girl who keeps writing letters that say "I shall revert back to you". It really irritates me. It should be "I shall revert" - the back is redundant - but you just can't tell her that.
    She was you in the first place? Are you sure you mean revert there?
  • Stickman 29 Apr 2009 20:16:59 29,655 posts
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    Maybe she means she'll refer it back to you.
  • DavetheDave 29 Apr 2009 20:18:53 1,391 posts
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    JuanKerr wrote:
    Footballers are guilty of many spoken word abominations, but I particularly hate their over-use of 'obviously'. Just listen to an interview and every other bloody sentence starts "Well, obviously ...".

    If it's so fucking obvious, why the fuck are you wasting our time by telling us?

    What I hate is when people say obviously about something that isn't remotely obvious. Like,

    "So I was in the Sahara Desert and obviously I was wearing a deep-sea diving suit."
  • Metalfish 29 Apr 2009 20:20:59 9,159 posts
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    @Heyyo

    Yeah, I take umbrance at such superfluous verbosity almost to the extent to which excessively flowery idiolects invoke my bile.

    /Old joke.
  • FWB 29 Oct 2009 14:52:17 53,287 posts
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    Project manager/gent.

    Fuck off. Fuck right off.
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