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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Surprise Panda!, Sep 14, 2008.
The two most overused words by people at uni.
"Stoked" That word just gets on my nerves.
I know, it's not really a word, and that's the problem I have with it when used in "proper" conversation. Every time I see a national newscaster or a public speacker and hear them say "gonna", I just cringe.
On the other hand, if you're just hangin' around with friends, you're gonna say it. Ya' know ya' will. I know I do. But if you're on national TV (or local, for that matter), speak properly.
Maybe someday we'll be able to spell-check our TalkBass posts!
Get Fire Fox...built in spell checker for fields. When you spell something wrong it gets underlined in red and right clicking it gives you other choices.
In case you didn't get it, I misspelled those words intentionally, hence the smiley.
And to add some new content to the thread: I hate the word "gui****", as it is extremely disrespectful and insulting. It was funny the first time I read it, but that was a long time ago.
I got it.
I hate corporate fluff words like "robust" and "expertise". Every time somebody uses one in a meeting, I wretch internally.
Yeah, I should have added the smiley also
Hate it if you will, but it is a word...
The one that gets me is "basically". Use of this word usually precedes a long, complex and overly detailed description of something with very few basic elements.
it makes me cringe
As in: that's so sketch.
And when you're a french-speaking TB poster, everything you write is underlined
oohhh, that drives me crazy too!
I know 2 people who freak out when you say the word panties.
"enjoy!" with the exclamation point.......