"It is nothing to die; it is horrible not to live."
It is hell.
Also, stupid. THE WORD "STUPID".
It is the description for every noun in the universe.
Also, a person I'm living with just walked in.
Him: Fuck you. You sunuvvabitch. Good night. I'll see you in the morning and you're a good friend for now, but one day I'll kill you.
After that, he went on to some crap about Vampires being killed with American flags.
So, another annoying overused phrase. Everything that comes ouut of his mouth.
Agreeing with the pledge of alleigence. The same for the star spangled banner.
And finally, if anyone here has heard "I love College" by Asher Roth, every lyric in the song, personally. I hear "Do something crazy, and "I love college" twenty times a day.
Originally Posted by Alaska
"Majority Rules". When that phrase gets used obnoxiously, it annoys the hell out of me.
"EPIC WIN" when it's used for the least epic things.
Apparently, anything that's slightly cool is immediately EPIC WIN... No. Let it just be win if it's cool. EPIC win needs to be epic. Same with epic fail. But no, it's used constantly.
"Your mother is a very respectable and beautiful woman, and your father is a very luck man."
“And as to you life, I reckon you are the leavings of many deaths, No doubt I have died myself ten thousand times before.”
The phrase "No Offense, But....." is so overused especially when someone then insults the person.
Things like FTW. I never hear something like: "For the lose"
Also when people are like: "Oh my gosh, that was so random."
Sawdee. Where I am, it means sad, upset, angry.
Ex. 'Hah, your pop didn't come out of the machine! SAWDEE!'
"The inward skies of man will accompany him across any void upon which he ventures and will be with him to the end of time." -- Loren Eiseley
The worst is definately I could care less.
It's so annoying because who ever says it is such a dumbass, and doesn't even know how to use a negative.
1. being more than two but fewer than many in number or kind: several ways of doing it.
2. respective; individual: They went their several ways.
3. separate; different: several occasions.
4. single; particular.
5. Law. binding two or more persons who may be sued separately on a common obligation.
6. several persons or things; a few; some.
1375–1425; late ME < AF < ML sēparālis, equiv. to L sēpar separate + -ālis -al
Where did you get the "seven" thing?
As for what word one is supposed to use when one needs to describe 7 of something... why not "seven"? O_o
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"*insert unfunny coupling motivational poster*"
"omg, that is epic win!"
No. It is not epic win. It sucks eggs.
Also, any popular ghetto rat phrases, such as "bling". Because lavish is apparently a 12th grade vocab word now. ._.
And I'm surprised nobody has mentioned "omgz, that is so kawaii!1" or "kyaa!" among other phrases in which 12-year-old white girls will insert Japanese words or phrases in order to sound like an anime character. This just positively gets under my skin, and I'm glad nobody I know IRL does it or I may just have to poison their lunch.