Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Annoying Phrases

*I know, right {I  have to agree with your "I know"??}

*It is what it is {Well, of course it is}

*Amazeballs {What? Who makes this stuff up?}

*At the end of the day {What about tomorrow?}

*irregardless {This is not a real word, people!}


What phrases annoy you??

10 comments:

Ali said...

Haha irregardless is such a good one. Kind of like when people say, "I could care less!" ummmm? Okay. Its "I couldn't care less!" haha

Jess said...

A.M. in the morning

Seriously? A.M. MEANS morning. The redundancy kills me.

Jason and Jackie said...

I think this is one of those jr. high things. People start using phrases because they think "everyone is doing it." "It is what it is." has always annoyed me... just like when In jr. high it was "He's FINE!" "You're golden." is another one I can't stand. Love this post! I thought I was the only one who got annoyed by this stuff. :o) I love words. I hate it when people abuse them.

Kendra said...

haha, these are too funny! Can we add "that's what she said" to this list? lol.

AMckay said...

Absolutely!!!
Why can't you just say "yes"?

Ali - My Suitcase Full of Tricks said...

I think I say all of those except "Amazeballs" which I think is vulgar (not that I don't say plenty of other vulgar things) and "Irregardless", because it's a made-up word.

But I really hate blogging terms like "bloggy" and "linky".

P.S. Best blogging advice anyone ever gave me and now I'm passing to you...turn off the word verification and you'll get more blog comments. :)

Aly @ Analyze This said...

Remember that one time I said "oh, I'm just up and Adam" instead of "up and at em" ???? Wow. One of those phrases that I messed up! Ha!

Annoying phrases .... you nailed them all!

Dixie Bell Designs said...

I seriously hate the word "amazeballs" I see it on blogs all the time and I just cringe. hate. it. so. much.

Ali - My Suitcase Full of Tricks said...

Yep! It's off. Hope you don't mind me telling you :)

Jenn :D said...

haha great list/post! I can't stand, "A whole nother." Nother is not a word. New follower!!