- Annoying phrases
‘titanium goodness’, ‘carbon fibre goodness’ etc, always accompanied by that inaudible but unmistakable gut-churning licking of the lips thing. Just ****’ yuk, that’s all.
Oh, and people who insist on pretending to be Shakespearian on forums – ‘T’was..’ ‘T’is…’ Would you say that to your mates? No. So why when a keyboard’s sat in front of you do you feel the need to pretend you’re in a medieval costume drama, eh?
And of course, the ultimate: ‘Trusty steed’. Bwwweurgh…Posted 8 years ago
sat’, when used in the wrong context eg ‘when a keyboard’s sat in front of you ‘
I’m so sorry AndyP. How about, ‘when you’re sat in front of a keyboard’?
Do they need admonishing?
I’m plural am I? Nice touch from a man clearly settling in nicely to his glass house 😉Posted 8 years ago
“oh wants a occurring” I have never heard anyone use this. It doesn’t even make any sense.
Er, isn’t it actually ‘what’s occurring’? Clearly you’re getting a bit hard of hearing in your stroppy old age. Or is it just when there’s a keyboard sat in front of you?Posted 8 years agoFerris-BeullerMember
Its not a phrase, but a word and its variants thats way over used by people who are desperate to be cool in my opinion:
Random – as in ‘OMG that night was so random‘ – no it wasnt, you did the same as you do every weekend!!!
Randoms – i cant believe we picked up those randoms on our random night out..you met some new people – big f*cking deal!
Hows this for random – shut the **** up with your sh1te cool words!! 🙂Posted 8 years ago
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