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"I'm sorry if my sarcasm" (suffixed by anything)
"I always say what I think"
@Lord_Sugar it's GLOBAL warming, not fucking Chigwell warming; you may be successful but you sure are pretty thick.
Bla bla bla I'm a prat bla bla something about spreadsheets bla.
you wretched coward.
"I commend this budget to the house"
"I guess you can't get away with that IN THE MODERN GAME"
if ever I've heard one.
as an expression of resignation
Sorry if I come across, like, offensive but I just say what's on my mind yeah?
These people usually go fucking apeshit if you dare to speak your mind about them.
Whether they are talking about a sales target, a pair of flaps or anything else.
ugh just ughhh
he'll be slaying some hot puss tonight.
who, at this point, would say [[hmm... and they say romance is dead...]] in a smug, smart-alecky way way would probably be a bit of a dickhead
"Romance is dead," other than in the context of the phrase, "...and they say romance is dead."
Who's 'they', you cunts?!
Unless she wants leathery mams
... no, you are not, not without some other information or argument. Unless you mean you are entitled to make sounds which have no bearing on this discussion, in which case, carry on...
But it doesn't have automatic weighting within a debate, just because they uttered some nonsense.
belief or viewpoint, they are entitled to it (and indeed to air it).
and I'm entitled to it.
The expectation that it be taken seriously JUST BECAUSE it is an opinion they hold.
Say that someone holds the opinion that [insert minority group here] has a lesser moral status than [non-minority group]. Moreover, the person regularly expresses and acts on this opinion to the detriment of members of [minority group].
I see no reason for thinking that the person is entitled either to hold or to air that belief.
Do they have a right that the state shouldn't interfere with their thinking or airing it? Plausibly yes. But the idea that people have a *moral right* to think and say whatever they want is a pretty poisonous one... IMO ;P
but it's worth mentioning here given that our actions are inevitably guided by (amongst other things) our beliefs.
One reason not to have crap beliefs is that they tend to lead to crap actions.
gash/bit of gash/ my gash
in the countryside
exclamation my boss uses for when his wife pretends to have an idea.
"i think we should film that against the greenscreen"
"have you read this article in the guardian?"
uniformly met by a thundering public school bray of "GENIUS" and then he does a laugh of almost ...disbelief? sometimes he'll put his hands to his face like he can't cope with the reality of living in a world where such mighty concepts are simply flipped from the lips of a mere mortal.
the laugh of disbelief at how brilliant your own family members are is the kind of thing that forces my hand into a claw.
excellent, that means you'll never learn from anything you utter fucktard
i try not to dwell on it, you know?
will post a comment saying something like yer like a dead baby in a mainly irrelevant context and then later on I'll see something like yer i tend to get complaints from ppl who dont get my dark humour
= I AM A RUDE CUNT.
THE thing, the ONE thing? ...
Translation: I'm a rude twat and I think I'm better than most people
open mics completely exempt of this obv
Methinks someone got out of bed on the wrong side this morning.
(so we only did this thread a week or two ago... blimey)
new book idea. Must phone up my swiss publishers.
Scrap that one, my swiss friends.
we can still salvage this
a trip down brick lane with the smees
but I now realise I am, twice. You are going to owe me some big bucks when the cash starts rolling in.
(Or "I can say what I like. I've got free speech!")
2.Tony Bliar (less nowadays obviously)
3".I'm a very <insert adjective> person" (almost exclusively used by people who are not all like how they've chosen to define themselves)
4."You'd really like them." (almost exclusively used to describe people who I really would not like)
5."They're very quirky" (really means "the speaker is a patronising cunt who doesn't understand anyone different to themselves")
did you see my tweet
CAN YOU MOVE DOWN PLEASE
IF YOU WERE A DOCTOR, YOU'D BE DR. SELFISH
--- Hang on a second, has the conversation up until this point been entirely satirical ?
At no point have I been any more tired than when I used to work nights or on the last day of a festival. Subjective, obviously...
and I was gonna be all like DUDE CUT THE CORD MAN
although I can believe that, to be honest.
might be a bit too much for NORMAL people
It really calms me down when people say this.
I just thought how terrifying it would be if the ghost of Michael Winner started haunting people and kept telling them that their lives were just commercials.
or having a whinge, and someone says - calm down.
Sort of does the opposite of what it's intended to do.
you know all those 'confused.com' or 'simples' or 'marmite' or 'ronseal' human exhaust pipes.
because I'm made of yeast extract (and I went on reading the entire ingredients)
I WROTE IT DOWN CAUSE I WAS REALLY PROUD OF IT
Yeah it's a bit like Marmite isn't it...
You either love it or you hate it!!!!!!!!! heheehe
When you weren't even interrupting them, just having a conversation. Then they butt in at every opportunity when you are speaking. This happens a lot in the boardroom in the Apprentice.
have no idea when to yield in a conversation and keep talking over anyone's attempts to interject
as if conversations are just one person having a loud rant, then silence. Then the next person dissects that rant point by point (while the other person makes grunting noises and rolls their eyes and raises their hand at points to convey shock / disagreement etc). And so on.
It's more "I can't handle unrequited feelings in a mature and respectable manner so will use this pejorative term to describe a relationship with someone who harbours nothing but honourable intentions towards me". I mean I'm sure there are guys who say "friendzone" that also have female friends they don't see as a potential shag.
Not just as in 'dumb blonde' (ableist) but more the american thing where they use it to mean urbane and innocent, 'sweet blonde girl'. Kinda entails racist consequences too.
It was the worst.
I'm not being funny but if you can't have a conversation with out using this phrase, you are a lower class person.
never do any charts?
That is all.
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