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    "I know this schedule is aggressive." Invariably I am the victim of the aggression.

    Insults followed by a smiley. Because all kinds of verbal abuse are alright if you follow them by a smiley, and if you don't know that, you are a monkey-brained poo eater.

    "Demotivated, already?" This is from my wild Accenture days. No matter what time of day or night I packed my things to go home, there would be a cow-orker to say that. Thankfully I left before I strangled someone with a mouse cord.

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    I hate it when I say something and then the other person says..."so what?!"

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    This is the thread of the easily annoyed!

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    I hate when someone says "oh?" sarcastically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WickedGoddess View Post
    I hate when someone says "oh?" sarcastically.
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    Here in Scotland we get a lot of "And I was like...and she was like...and I was like....".

    Or just blatant Americansims, mainly from F.R.I.E.N.D.S

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    heres a few of mine.

    this is a typical geordie phrase:
    "Ya nar wot a mean like",

    I hate it when people say like out of context, for example at the end of every sentence or during when it doesnt even sound right.

    "Hew marra" (geordie slang) which roughly translates to hello mate.

    "Where did you last have it?" (if i knew that i wouldnt be looking)

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    Hehe some classics there L4 like

    'continued overleaf' is another annoying one

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    wheres my post gone?

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    if you been to pittsburgh.. they say yinz.. it drives me nuts

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    What does yinz mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by htpc View Post
    What does yinz mean?
    i say yous.. yous guys.. i'm from philly so it is common for me to say this. but when i lived in pittsburgh for college i couldn't take the yinz.

    Yinz is the most recent derivation from the original Scots-Irish form you ones, which is probably the result of a contact situation between Irish and English. When standard-English speakers talk in the first person or third person, they use different pronouns to distinguish between singular and plural. In the first person, for example, speakers use the singular I and the plural we. But when speaking in the second person, you performs double duty as both the singular form and the plural form.

    In other parts of the U.S., Irish or Scots-Irish speakers encountered the same gap in the second-person plural. For this reason, these speakers are also responsible for coining the yous found mainly in New Jersey and the ubiquitous y'all of the South.

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    "are you okay?", when you're obviously not..

    i see a lot of movies wherein someone is dying and the other one asks, "Are u okay?"

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    Thanks Petex, I had wondered if it was that, but wasn't sure.
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    omg like wtf

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    Using the word "so" out of context

    "I am soooo not going to do that"

    "I am sooooooo going to get with that"

    And what really bugs me in an argument is

    "Oh Yeah? Whatever!"

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    When my ISP says "We provide the best customer care"

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    the word shut up! while I'm talking.

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    I'm annoyed with the phrase "the game" when it is applied in the same manner of the examples below. It is used way to much.

    Examples of this phrase would include bad sitcoms on TV where a woman wants her husband to talk to her or help her out with something but he tells her that he's too busy watching "the game" on TV. Or those bad love advice columns that play off the same old tired stereotypes on the differences of men and women and how men are too busy watching "the game" too remember thier wives birthday. I could go on and on... Am I alone on this?
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    I just thought of a classic that I think every guy on the planet must have heard at least once...

    "I like you... but not in that way..."

    And...

    "I always thought of you as just a friend..."

    Tell meh Ah lie.




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    I hate to wait for people who promised to be on time.


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