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mostly stuff that's been sullied by work or business for me
there are loads of others
I'm not really sure why.
Possibly because it doesn't mean any fucking thing.
so long ago now
I don't like it when people in their eighties talk about rimming.
i can deal with solution in maths for example, but see, a thing like "storage solution" in a warehouse cracks me up.
'cracks me up' used to mean make me angry cracks me up
Sounds like they dissolve all your stuff in acid, then pour the resulting liquid into your own individual septic tank, which you can access 24 hours a day.
(though it's rare to hear people say this).
Generally, any quirky pronunciations.
it's like it was designed to catch people out
Stop using it in everything, dickheads.
Is she saying that amphetamines make you invisible and irresistible to hobbits? Score.
Grain silo is a good combination of words.
it's when it's used in business it really annoys me, like pretty much any word really
"great banter". Makes me think of twats making nob jokes or mocking each other's favourite football teams.
as in TV programmes. We call them series here.
is there anything more tedious
As in, 'season 6 of Lost was the worst one out of the whole series and nearly invalidated the whole fucking thing'
general business speak
Not really sure how this has slipped into office vernacular, but it always makes me feel pretty nauseated.
can't even explain why
the sound of somebody saying veg out makes me feel sick, i get an actual feeling in my stomach like oh god why did you have to say that
I used to live with a girl who used to say she was going to 'mong out' in front of the TV. Grim. I let her say it once (on the account that I must've been imagining/mishearing it) before pointing out that she was being, at best, crass, at worst, quite offensive.
you don't like to air your balls when watching the tv? I love getting my veg out
because people use it to mean 'angry' rather than 'thirsty'. It really gets my goat.
What does it actually mean?
it's something a carnival stallholder would say
"anyone who can land three ping pong balls in the goldfish bowl gets my goat"
one ball gets nothing
two balls gets a goldfish
three balls gets my goat
just fucking no.
I was rather suprised and particularly disgruntled with myself.
You know, doing that thing architects do?
She medalled in the dressage. No.
in relation to food
fine in relation to bathroom activities though
God I hate that word...so much repetition
but I *hate it* when people use the word 'spastic'. It's pretty much the only word that upsets me.
It's only acceptable use is here: http://www.discogs.com/artist/2325278-Spastic-Burn-Victim
on people's first day of work.
Just weird. Unless you work in a pysch ward.
BUT IT HELPS!!!!!!
as in, "Pony and trap", rhyming slang for crap, usually used when describing something that happened in football
"Just 'pop' in on your way back"!
Why don't I just stamp on your fucking head instead, dickweed?
when people in shops or on adverts refer to a monetary amount without reference to the unit of currency:
"that'll be 99 please"
99 WHAT. 99 SHRIMPS? WTF WTF WTF WTF !!!!! &^%^$%^*&&&