Post # 1
Whipped, I hate that word so much.
I hate that every time a man does something nice for his SO everyone calls him whipped, he may be but you don’t need to point and a lot of guys aren’t. My Fiance spoils me and takes very good care of me. He does a lot for me that I could do for myself and usually when I ask him to do me a favor he will. He doesn’t do any of it because he is whipped, because he’s not, in any way shape or form. He does what he wants and he wants to do things for me. If he doesn’t want to something, he won’t do it. There are many times I’ll ask him to do something and he will say no and I’ll do it myself. However every single time he does something nice for me with any of his family members around they call him whipped or do that stupid whipping motion. It’s rude and disrespectful and we’ve asked them to stop but they don’t. They do it so often that I don’t even want to ask him for stuff when they’re around. Ugh I hate that stupid word!!
So bees what word can you not stand right now?
Post # 2
Feyonce. Although that’s not so much a word as a travesty of one.
Post # 3
Pickle7: My Fiance works in a very male dominated field and is pretty buddy buddy with most of his coworkers. He does a lot for me and I know he talks about me a lot at work and when his buddies tell him he’s whipped, he just says “You’re damn right and I couldn’t be happier!” Not exactly the response they’re hoping for lol.
I really can’t stand when people call their husband “hubby.” I know a lot of people do it, including a lot of my friends and my mother. But for some reason, to me, it just makes it seem like he’s some sort of big man-child.
Post # 4
SithLady: I HATE “hubby” too! Glad I’m not the only one.
Post # 5
Maybe you are more demanding than you think lol
Post # 6
hubby, prego, kiddo- hate them all
Post # 7
- Wedding: June 2014 - San Francisco, CA
“Clotted.” My mom had DVT, and it makes me think of golfball-sized blood clots threatening to cause a stroke at any moment. So clotted cream pastries, scones with clotted butter, pumpkin gnocchi with clotted creme fraiche … all makes me want to hurl
Post # 8
I also hate the word slather. *shudders*
Post # 9
moist. it just sounds gross.
Post # 10
MrsPierce2014: Haha trust me I’m sure I’m demanding, I’ll admit I can be lazy but Fiance is willing to put up with it, he just likes to make me happy. We’ve had plenty of conversations about it becasue I get insicure occasionaly thinking I do ask him to much but he is quick to point out that when he thinks I’m being too ridiculous and lazy he tells me. Plus he does stuff for everyone, especially the people who call him whipped.
Post # 11
memorieslff: Yep that is an awful word!
SithLady: I don’t mind Hubby as much as “Hubbs.” Like how hard is it to say husband or even his name for that matter!
Post # 12
I am going to include slang with actual words. Swag is the most annoying word next to Kardashian… I just heard about the word fleek, so I will add that mess to the rest. Can I include phrases? Because I would like to add “on the rag” to the list… I also don’t really like the word yeast for some reason.
Post # 13
Cluster. Makes me think of mold, fungus, skin diseases, or photos of tumors from biology textbooks.
But “cray-cray” is just the worst. I shuddered a little just typing it.
Post # 14
I mean, what now? That’s not even a word, it’s a cop out for a word that sums up so much anxiety, hard work, nausea, pleasure, panic and love. Preggers just doesn’t cut it, it sounds like a fast food restaurant, or a bar.
Post # 15
Sparkidoodle: ugh. YES. I hate prego and preggers. Gross.