(Closed) Are there any words that bug the heck outta you when you hear them?

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Post # 107
12473 posts
Sugar Beekeeper

@mu_t:   I agree. Just seems affected. 

@Aquaria: +1 That term is the worst.   


Post # 109
263 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

I purposefully say moist and panties to the multiple people I know who loathe it. Way too amusing.

I don’t really HATE any words, just get kinda irritated by the overusage of some of them. like yolo and epic…but it also depends on who’s saying what, and the context. cause sometimes I just don’t like to hear any words and that’s because of who’s speaking, not what they’re actually saying 😛

Post # 110
11480 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: May 2009

Yes.  I dislike when people write “persay” or “per say” instead of “per se.”  (Perhaps it’s all of the “pre-Madonnas” who are doing this? Wink

I also dislike when people create their own possessive pronouns, such as “DH and I’s honeymoon” and “Mines is over there.”

Post # 111
336 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

Amazeballs, totes amaze, all that kind of shit.

Since moving to New Zealand, I hate when people say ‘yous’ as in “What are yous guys doing tomorrow?” And they have a habit of any word such as ‘Grown’ ‘loan’ etc is pronounced ‘grow-en’ ‘loa-en’ which drives me nuts. 

Veg- or veggies, it’s vegetables, saying veg or veggies does not make it cute. 

C**t. Especially when I hear it used by 13 year old boys at the high school down the road. 

Fanny. When we refer to it to our 2 year old, we say vagina, she likes to say foof which is almost cute. But Future Mother-In-Law calls it her fanny and I HATE IT. 

Post # 112
336 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

Also ‘random’, when used in the context of people who say “And then I got off the bus at the stop before mine, lol I’m just so random!” No, you’re stupid. 

Post # 113
5878 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2013

“Gifted” when used to mean that someone gave you a gift.  Ex. “My Mother-In-Law gifted me with a cake server.”

HATE.  Seems to have become popular on blogs.  I’ve never heard someone say this IRL.  


Post # 114
210 posts
Helper bee

I hate hubby and wifey.

I hate when people say “oy vey”. Like.. you dont sound cultured. You sound like an idiot. Sorry.

I also hate slang sexual words.

Post # 115
166 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

@NowDontLetsBeSilly:  haha  I never like that word (panties) either.  

Lover…Worked with a woman that used to call her husband her “lover”.  My lover this… my lover that.  Made me cringe everytime she said it.  Having a lover always sounded illicit to me not what you would call your spouse.  

Tee tees…A relative when she has to pee says Tee tee’s which I find really annoying.

Post # 116
9094 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2012


It makes me want to punch people. Such a snotty word.

@cbgg:  Gifted is actually usable as a verb. So while you’ve never heard it in real life, it’s being used in (a) correct form.

ETA ETA: Such as this example: “give (something) as a gift, esp. formally or as a donation or bequest.the company gifted 2,999 shares to a charity“”

Post # 117
691 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I hate the word tasty…not sure why, but it really bugs me.

Post # 118
354 posts
Helper bee

The “f” word especially when it is flying out of the mouths of snotty teenagers at the mall.  It has been so over used that it has lost its shock value – it just sounds stupid.


Post # 119
707 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2004

Panties. Also the name Cody…

Post # 120
556 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2012


I fucking hate that word.  So much.

Post # 121
480 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2013




Walla (for voila)

Seen (as in, “I seen that” or “I seen it”.  Makes me ragey)

On accident (instead of by accident)

For all intensive purposes (for all intents and purposes)

Pre-madonna (for prima donna)


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