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The word assassination thread

Posted: 14 Jul 2016, 21:20
by Count Machuki
bae
literally
"on yesterday"
floral (as a noun)

Re: The word assassination thread

Posted: 14 Jul 2016, 21:30
by Charlie O.
"So" beginning a sentence that in no way requires it (usually an answer to a question). Been hearing that a LOT lately... even especially on NPR.

Re: The word assassination thread

Posted: 14 Jul 2016, 21:37
by Count Machuki
"I'd like to thank..."

Go nuts! Thank away!
:x

Re: The word assassination thread

Posted: 14 Jul 2016, 21:42
by Dr Markus
This thread is "super" pedantic.

Re: The word assassination thread

Posted: 14 Jul 2016, 21:48
by Count Machuki
hella (by non-Californians)

Re: The word assassination thread

Posted: 14 Jul 2016, 21:51
by Dr Markus
"Top of the morning" by Irish people, so annoying.

Re: The word assassination thread

Posted: 14 Jul 2016, 22:09
by Count Machuki
"awesome sauce"
God almighty how I hate "awesome sauce"

Re: The word assassination thread

Posted: 14 Jul 2016, 22:19
by Flowere
"going forward"

Re: The word assassination thread

Posted: 14 Jul 2016, 22:25
by clive gash
Not in the knackers.

Re: The word assassination thread

Posted: 14 Jul 2016, 22:31
by Count Machuki
Me Mark Page wrote:"going forward"


:oops:

I used that yesterday. What, "in the future," better?

Re: The word assassination thread

Posted: 14 Jul 2016, 22:33
by Flowere
Count Machuki wrote:
Me Mark Page wrote:"going forward"


:oops:

I used that yesterday. What, "in the future," better?


I often find it used with words like 'plan', e.g. 'what's your plan going forward?' - the phrase is completely redundant.

It's kind of annoying, anyway. Sorry C :oops:


oh, and

"what's wrong with this picture?"

Re: The word assassination thread

Posted: 14 Jul 2016, 22:35
by Count Machuki
Yeah, I think my use was something like "do it this way going forward so you don't fuck it up again" only with less swearing.

oh, and

"adult" as a verb

Re: The word assassination thread

Posted: 14 Jul 2016, 22:37
by Flowere
Count Machuki wrote:oh, and

"adult" as a verb


That's WEIRD!

example?

Re: The word assassination thread

Posted: 14 Jul 2016, 22:45
by Count Machuki
Me Mark Page wrote:
Count Machuki wrote:oh, and

"adult" as a verb


That's WEIRD!

example?


Oh it's all over FB.
"I have too much to do too many yak yak yak I'm the busiest blah blah blah. I just can't stand to adult today."

http://jezebel.com/youre-not-adulting-y ... 1746878718

Re: The word assassination thread

Posted: 14 Jul 2016, 22:50
by Flowere
Fuck's sake :x

Re: The word assassination thread

Posted: 14 Jul 2016, 23:06
by Polishgirl
Get involved

Reach out to.. As in making contact with. Yuck!

Re: The word assassination thread

Posted: 14 Jul 2016, 23:32
by Count Machuki
Polishgirl wrote:Get involved



Aww, come on. It's JB-approved!


Re: The word assassination thread

Posted: 15 Jul 2016, 00:56
by Jimbly
Fucking sports people hoping "to medal" at the Olympics.

Hope the twats get "to injure"

Re: The word assassination thread

Posted: 15 Jul 2016, 01:32
by echolalia
Dr Markus wrote:"Top of the morning" by Irish people, so annoying.

They say that, in Ireland? That's so picturesque!



"Engage" used intransitively. "Let's engage."

Re: The word assassination thread

Posted: 15 Jul 2016, 06:36
by Fonz
echolalia wrote:
Dr Markus wrote:"Top of the morning" by Irish people, so annoying.

They say that, in Ireland? That's so picturesque!
"


To be sure, to be sure!