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By:
saddo
When: 13 Jul 17 23:43
OMG      Cry
By:
superjudge
When: 14 Jul 17 07:50
o...m...g with the pause even worse
By:
Jack Hacksaw
When: 14 Jul 17 08:13
out there

Mischief
By:
cooperman
When: 14 Jul 17 08:40
Having a 'grown up' discussion.
By:
donny osmond
When: 14 Jul 17 08:47
let me get back to you
By:
Jack Hacksaw
When: 14 Jul 17 10:19
'ahead of' particularly on sports news

Means the event they are talking about hasn't happened yet.

How interesting or important is that?

While I am on the subject, channels such as Talksport believing that opinions of biased ex-footballers who retired 20 years ago is NEWS.
By:
Lady Faye Verrit
When: 14 Jul 17 11:21
A supercilious smile is a particularly annoying expression!
By:
pa lapsy
When: 14 Jul 17 11:36
"AMAZING", this is everywhere,the funny thing the subject is it more often than not quite trite, x factor must shoulder a lot of the blame.

"take care", about 75% falsely used,it is just a bad goodbye.
By:
redbag
When: 14 Jul 17 11:47
anybody who staes during a sentence " at the end of the day" needs shooting in the face
By:
kincsem
When: 14 Jul 17 11:50
fiscal space
By:
pa lapsy
When: 14 Jul 17 11:53
^ A chavvy pseudo intellectual phrase that one,good choice,
A sock o' shoite across the puss would be another apt punishment til they desist from use may also work, who would drive the white vans?
By:
pa lapsy
When: 14 Jul 17 11:54
^^
By:
cooperman
When: 14 Jul 17 12:10
'going foward'   
By:
parispike
When: 14 Jul 17 12:19
Would of.
Could of.
Should of.

All the above the indicators of a moron.

"Ahead of". What's wrong with "Before"?
Affect instead of effect and vice versa.
"Let me be clear". Clear indication the answer won't be.
By:
leazes67
When: 14 Jul 17 12:37
From the get go...what's wrong with From the start.
By:
steerforth
When: 14 Jul 17 12:45
Slightly off topic but the Americanisation (note no zed, despite my browser insisting) of this country literally makes me want to puke up.
Just been in a sandwich shop for my lunch and on the electronic menu board was this:
"Lemon and Herb Chicken  with Wild Rice and Slaw: lose the Rice -Double Slaw".  (their capitals).
I felt like chewing off my own arms!
By:
ufcdan
When: 14 Jul 17 12:48
Tell me about it..................


I just fu cking did AngryAngryAngry
By:
ufcdan
When: 14 Jul 17 12:49
The Scottish saying "How" instead of "Why" Angry
By:
detraveller
When: 14 Jul 17 13:02
Surely you can take out a dozen such annoying phrases/expressions(whatever the difference) from cricket commentary? They still use the same ones over and over again.

That one had 4 written all over it.
Right off the meat of the bat.
Timed to perfection
that went like a tracer bullet...
By:
TommyBarnes
When: 14 Jul 17 16:40
20 posts in and we are still ignoring 'the elephant in the room'
By:
pixie
When: 14 Jul 17 16:50
Well we know why that is, don't we?
By:
SlippyBlue
When: 14 Jul 17 16:55
Ballpark figure
24/7
You do the math

Basically any Americanism really.
By:
Emitdeb
When: 14 Jul 17 16:57
Anybody referring to another as Boss or Boss-man... Brings out Hate in me.
By:
pa lapsy
When: 14 Jul 17 17:11
^Yep,pikey talk.

The fellas that use that he/they gave it a 110%,shouldn't really be left out on there own.
By:
steerforth
When: 14 Jul 17 17:30
I despise being called mate by:

Anyone trying to assert a point
Anyone that doesn't know me
My daughter's boyfriends

Actually - any time at all really.
By:
Emitdeb
When: 14 Jul 17 17:40
My daughter's boyfriends  LaughLaugh
By:
Emitdeb
When: 14 Jul 17 17:41
My daughter's boyfriends.. tbh, they dont even need to speak... Angry
By:
ufcdan
When: 14 Jul 17 21:37
Ok steerforth calm down mate !!!!
By:
crystalhunt
When: 14 Jul 17 22:01
Been there...........................

So many people say it now you only have to say the first two words.
By:
lybertyne
When: 14 Jul 17 22:08
I have a cousin who is widely known as Cliché Kim because every conversation is liberally peppered with 'basically', 'know what I mean' and 'at the end of the day', amongst others.
By:
Capt__F
When: 14 Jul 17 22:49
cheers mate
By:
annie.
When: 14 Jul 17 22:58
virtue signalling
By:
Emitdeb
When: 14 Jul 17 22:58
I call every fecker on the planet mate. Sorry i cant help it, mate.
By:
screaming from beneaththewaves
When: 14 Jul 17 23:00
"To be like" instead of "to say".

E.g. "He was like, 'OMG!' and I was like, 'Tell me about it!'"
By:
screaming from beneaththewaves
When: 14 Jul 17 23:03
"A black hole" when you mean "a hole".
By:
Capt__F
When: 14 Jul 17 23:59
arse hole moor like
By:
Capt__F
When: 14 Jul 17 23:59
copywhite Fr Ted
By:
lybertyne
When: 15 Jul 17 01:35

Jul 14, 2017 -- 12:37PM, leazes67 wrote:


From the get go...what's wrong with From the start.


There are people who genuinely believe the phrase is "from the gecko".

"Dead cert" and "fill your boots" are shocking omissions.

By:
echobelly
When: 15 Jul 17 10:54
"Can I get a...???" is starting to annoy me.

Regarding earlier American comments, it's more spelling that irks me over that. The amount of times I see center rather than centre...!!!
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