Post # 92
i haven’t read the whole thread but it drives me INSANEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE when people (don’t even know how to describe this) make… english words… french? WHAT. the best example, because it is the most common, is “le sigh”. people type/say “le sigh”. that is a thing. WHY IS THAT A THING?
Post # 93
@littlemisst08: Mine are not single words. But here they are:
“Going forward” (uuuurrrgggghhhhh!!!!!)
“Your special day” (BAARRFF)
Post # 94
Hubby and wifey. Can’t stand them.
Post # 96
@californiabride2013: ewww I hate “making love”
Post # 98
@littlemisst08: EPIC, STOKED, HUBBY, BABYBUMP, PUMPED. Seriously, I’d be STOKED and PUMPED to see your HUBBY and your BABYBUMP. –> Most obnoxious sentence ever. It makes me want to hit a hubby with a hubcap.
@allyfally: My mom totally says “social” as “sosal.” I don’t know why. Sometimes she’ll say “across” as “acrosst.” Maybe its a dialect thing? She’s a smart cookie.
Post # 99
@littlemisst08: Making love sounds like something a sex offender would say or something. I always get a creepy vibe when someone describes it like that. I’d prefer to say “having the coitus” a la Sheldon Cooper.
Post # 100
no reason but I loathe that word!
Post # 101
I hate the word “meh” exactly like some of you hate the word moist.
“That sucks.” My AP English teacher hated this one and wouldn’t tolerate us using it. I assume you all know its origins.
Post # 102
Slough, the p word, the c word, blubber.
And baby bump!
Post # 103
@BurlapnLace: All those make my skin crawl.
I also hate when people say/type ‘walla’ instead of ‘voilà‘ (ARGH IT’S FRENCH YOU MORONS), and when people say ‘oftentimes’…although it’s a word in the US, it’s not a word in the UK, British people should just stick to saying ‘often’!
Post # 105
I hate the word ‘panties’
Post # 106
TOTES ADORBS. gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh