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The Word That Annoys People The Most

Discussion in 'Fluff' started by Whale Spirit, Dec 19, 2013.

  1. Whale Spirit

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  2. worstedweight

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    I'm guilty of using "Whatever!"

    It bugs me when someone else uses it. lol
     
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  3. SneakyDave

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    It's "whatevs" now, if you're a cool kid.

    My brother and I used to fight a lot when we were kids, and the three things that we knew would start a fight were to say... "Yeah, whatever", "you're just stupid", or (the worst) "You love Lisa Macholik"
     
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    Is that the Lisa Macholik who's now a billionaire?
     
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    I googled Lisa Macholik. I still don't know who she is.
     
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    Lisa was a girl in my 6th grade class. She was "weird" because she was already "developing" and she was from Italy.

    Just uttering or whispering her last name to either of us would put us in a rage
     
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  7. Emilepow

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    I dont like the word, I equate it with a hairy, dirty man, though I dont take offence when it is used to describe me either, as that is generally not the context in which it is used.
     
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