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Re: Over-used words & phrases

Post by Brookwookie » Thu Oct 04, 2007 12:26 pm

Professional athletesn thank/praise/owe it all to/all glory to godn week in and week outn ballin'n at the end of the dayn make no mistaken playmakern one hundred and ten percentn difference-makern not guiltyFishing showsn WOOOOOO!n stop touching yourselfn does this fish make my ass look fat?n yeah boyn your hat is the grandest of all

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Re: Over-used words & phrases

Post by highstream » Thu Oct 04, 2007 12:27 pm

I hear everyone using "ASSHAT" now. I heard my 16yo say it last week. Someone said it on the radio this a.m., heard it on t.v. this week. Everywhere I go I hear it. HHHHMMMM, I wonder............

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Re: Over-used words & phrases

Post by elmagneto » Thu Oct 04, 2007 12:29 pm

Originally posted by Grouse&green:n A (growing)list of words, phrases, and actions that are being over-used by:Professional athletes, commentators, and coachesn unfortunate/fortunaten it is what it isn situationn opportunityn swaggern they (the team) wanted it moreFishing showsn nice fishn good fishn (high-fives)
Yes, it really is unfortunate that it is what it is but, you know; when the situation arises, one must jump in with both feet as that kind of opportunity only comes along so often, but when it does and that nice fish is landed, your brethren will recognize the good fish that it is, and of course high fives all around. They (the team) wanted more, so the catcher of said nice fish, walks up with a considerable swagger….

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Re: Over-used words & phrases

Post by FliesOnly » Thu Oct 04, 2007 12:40 pm

Don't forget to break the old paradigms.
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Re: Over-used words & phrases

Post by Ajax » Thu Oct 04, 2007 12:43 pm

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Re: Over-used words & phrases

Post by FSHFLY » Thu Oct 04, 2007 2:01 pm

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Re: Over-used words & phrases

Post by revolution.kirk » Thu Oct 04, 2007 2:22 pm

i like saying it is what it is, even when it doesn't make any sense.for instance"When are you going to stop stealing my whiskey and easy mac?[/img]t is what it is"bam.. works every time.
"Make it? Make what? The team?...Make sense? Make money? Make time? Define your terms. The Latin for ''make'' is facere, which always reminds me of fuckere, which is Latin for ''to fuck'', and I have been getting jack shit in that department as of late."

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Re: Over-used words & phrases

Post by revolution.kirk » Thu Oct 04, 2007 2:24 pm

i like saying it is what it is, even when it doesn't make any sense.for instance"When are you going to stop stealing my whiskey and easy mac?[/img]t is what it is"bam.. works every time.
"Make it? Make what? The team?...Make sense? Make money? Make time? Define your terms. The Latin for ''make'' is facere, which always reminds me of fuckere, which is Latin for ''to fuck'', and I have been getting jack shit in that department as of late."

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Re: Over-used words & phrases

Post by Crick Addict » Thu Oct 04, 2007 2:28 pm

Echo?
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Re: Over-used words & phrases

Post by 2Hi2Fish » Thu Oct 04, 2007 2:49 pm

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