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"The energies around you" is the one for me.
"110 per cent". Or anything which is >100%
"I have ME" from fat lazy lump of a person.
Ditto "it's my glands".
Most of all, "Simply the best".
But I just referenced that in another thread and it would be verging on victimisation.
or not. i can't decide now.
I've had it, you're all cunts.
on reflection, your joke is standalone. sorry thor, i'd unthis you if i could, but i can't. so imma have to didge you.
I've calmed diwn
at the end of the day
wank wank wank
Apparently there are six teabags on the moon
- Apparently there are six teabags on the moon
- That sounds like utter, utter bullshit
- I know! But APPARENTLY it's true. It was on QI.
Admittedly probably not worth typing up again, but it makes me look a bit less odd.
Induces untold rage in me. And it's spreading and getting worse. I almost wrote to the advertising standards authority about the way l'oreal (or whoever) bandied it about. In fact, i might have even filed an online complaint. I dunno. I was fired up after watching The Corporation.
What? It's only fucking shampoo.
A what? A gay, lesbian or bisexual penalty? Stone cold penalty, you numpty.
It's so so so stupid.
Your bad what?
Are you taking drugs today?
Does a cheese and haggis sandwich count?
anything about energies etc
recently the hairdresser i went to was talking about auras and all i was thinking as i politely listened was "get out with your aura shite"
but anyone who says "that's just subjective" or similar to mean: "my opinion differs from yours". Especially likely to stop me taking you seriously if:
(a) I was actually making an *objective* claim;
(b) You didn't even bother trying to respond to that claim; and
(c) You nevertheless clearly feel good about yourself for being so enlightened and tolerant (read: content to be wrong).
I don't believe in God but I believe we're all connected by this universal consciousness / energy / power...
It's not me, anyway. I have four (4) bananas in my room, but none of them are mystic. I think.
not really...just felt like posting it somewhere and stuck a pin in the thread.
'We don't have', or 'we haven't got', tyvm.
Leftie Liberal - when used as a perjoritive, actually, whenever
Low hanging fruit
Milestones - except when talking about geographical markers
Your post is a target rich environment for this kinda thing.
by the close of play
At the end of the day
i stop taking the person seriously forevermore
Enough said/end of.
That wasn't my fault, was it. DiS has eaten my quotation marks. Wtf DiS?
Nobody cares anymore, Adam. Nobody ever cared. Shut up.
Shut the fuck up.
that when they answer a question they prefix their answer with 'You know what' and god I HATE THAT. Instantly makes me think they're being insincere or dishonest.
They would almost always start a sentence with something like "Let me tell you something..." or "Now I'm just gonna say it..."
TELL ME IT! SAY IT! BY SAYING YOU'RE GOING TO SAY IT YOU'RE ACTUALLY DELAYING WHAT IT IS YOU WANT TO SAY!
(though in fairness I wasn't really upset by it, I just thought it was silly...)
You mean it's been an atrocious 0-0 shitfest to date.
...sound like [band] playing [wacky sport] with [band #2] while [band #3] keep score (NME style descriptions, basically)
...voice of a generation
at the end of the day...
also: [band] covering [another band] ON ACID!!!!!
No, you've baffled me with your extraordinary thought processes once again.
No offense but
I'm not going to lie
I'm so ronery.
and they quote someone fairly insignificant to the story and they say things like
'Which was nice'.
'It was THAT kind of band/time/night'.
'He still owes me a tenner, by the way'.
I don't know why I've blamed music biographies specifically for these, but for some reason I associate them with each other.
You're a potato-faced, slack-witted, slime-feeding wormboy with no redeeming features. I'm just saying...
This annoys me rather than stops me taking them seriously. But that's where we're going, isn't it?
always invariably followed by sub-Daily Mail opinion.