Post # 62
“Did you just rip ass?” (i.e. fart)
“Let’s go poke.” (SO is great in bed but saying that makes it seem like he has no game)
“Stay out of trouble.” He says that all the time as a parting phrase.
He pronounces tear, a rip, as tear, like a teardrop. I have given up trying to correct him.
Post # 63
FH USED to say “Plug it up” when talking about electronics.
“My phone’s dying.”
“So plug it up.”
Up? Either your outlets are on the CEILING or you’re talking about something LEAKING!
His whole family says it but I have no idea where they got it from. He’s stopped since I’d make a big deal out of getting a chair and trying to reach the ceiling with the plug.
“Where can I plug it up?”
Post # 64
My Fiance says “meh” too. We don’t live in a cave, we don’t speak in grunts; use words. I usually just stare at him until he answers. Lol
Post # 65
My DH is working out of town over the summer (finally gets home on the 20th!), so his “meh
“s are all textual, which makes it even worse. I’m like, I only see you >18 hours a week, so when you’re gone, I’d at least like to have some meaningful conversations with you… DAMN.
Post # 67
Seen instead of saw. “I seen that episode last week”.
Post # 69
SO always asks me where everything is. I’m sure all men do that. It’s so annoying! Yesterday he asked me where his work boots were, if I had seen his charger, and where he put his house key. How the hell should I know?! Btw, our house is clean and uncluttered. I don’t know how he misplaces thjngs all the time.
Post # 70
Rip ass will definitely be a part of my
vocabulary now, lmao.
Fiance always says the phrase “at the end of the day…” It pisses me off no to end. I mean, it’s the FREAKING MORNING! I don’t care what happens at the end of the goddamn day!
Post # 71
hahaha this thread is hilairous!
English is my FI’s second language – but he has been speaking fluent English since he was a very small child. Sometimes some things come out that are correct in Spanish, but not in English. This gets me EVERY time:
“First then me” as in: “She got there first then me” meaning “She got there before me”
the full time teacher and part time grammar nazi in me just wants to cry.
Post # 72
He says “We’ll see” when I ask him something and he really means not a chance. Drives me nuts – just say no!
Post # 73
My Fiance shouts random bouts of gangster rap during quiet moments. His current phrase is, “Ain’t nothing but a G-thing baby.” I hate it so so much.
Post # 74
@savannahb: Nothing, really, but my FH mispronounces “appreciate.” Instead of pronouncing it “appREEciate,” it’s more along the lines of “appREHciate.”
Post # 75
“Super.” Is response to everthing is “super.” At a store: “Here’s your change” “Super.” At a restaurant: “We’ll have a table for you in about 15 minutes.” “Super.” Every interaction is “super.” No. No it’s not. He blames on learning German. Which he did for two years in High School. The man is working on his Ph.D.
Also. He uses potty. Ugh. You are not a three year old.
Post # 76
FH doesn’t say spinach, as in the vegetable, he calls it ‘spinnage. WTF. Every time he says it I lose it. I’m huge on grammar (you wouldn’t know from here) and it drives me NUTS! it’s not like he is mispronouncing it, he is entirely changing the word, and refuses to say it the right way!