Post # 1
I really dislike cutesy substitute words for bathroom words. Best example is the word, “tinkle,” which my coworker uses all the time when she excuses herself to the bathroom. “Have to go tinkle!” UUUGGGHH. It’s maddening. I also really hate the word, “toot.”
My cousin can’t stand the word, “moist.”
Post # 3
e-p-i-c. I hate it so much I can’t even bring myself to type it!!!
Post # 5
Amazeballs…. dumbest word EVER.
Post # 7
Moist. It may be one of the only words I can’t stand.
Post # 8
Supposably…because…IT’S NOT A WORD!!!!!!!!!
Irreguardless…also…NOT A WORD!!!!!!!!!!
And my faaavorite phrase, “for all intensive purposes” because it’s “FOR ALL INTENTS AND PURPOSES”!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Post # 9
@littlemisst08: Ha, I know so many people who hate the word, “moist.”
I personally cannot stand overused office jargon such as the following:
“Reach out to you/them/him/her/etc.”
Just tell me not to f*** it up again (going forward) and that we’ll discuss x, y, and z (touch base) when you contact me (reach out to me). See? Easy.
Post # 10
@MrsNewDay: wanna meet up later to synergize our paradigms?
(that means bone)
Post # 11
@MrsNewDay: yes, I see those office phrases a lot. “Please advise,” has gotten a lot of hate on this board before, too.
Post # 12
candor. I once had an a-hole boss who used it every single day, multiple times a day. And I did not once hear him use it correctly.
Post # 13
Appurtenant…no one in my office can actually pronounce it correctly, so whenever they murder it by putting the emphasis on the wrong syllable, I just want to die.
Post # 14
- Wedding: July 2013 - The front lawn of our church
I hate it when people say “I seen”
Post # 15
@littlemisst08: Oh my gosh, how could I forget “Please advise?”
@iarebridezilla: Bahahahaha. I might use that on the Darling Husband this weekend.