thewulf: Citrate1007: YOLOI do love owls; thanks for noticing.
GungFu: 'Know whut I'm sayin'?' (Thankfully dying out because even black people where getting sick of their own shiat. attractive and successful Caucasian-Americans, please follow suit, knowut'amsayin'?)
kombat_unit: MythDragon: my (ex)wife's most hated word was 'Cumdumpster'.She did NOT find that to be an amusing pet name.Why the divorce?
hlehmann: What annoys me even more is not an actual word but a way of speaking; that of ending every sentence with a slight increase in tone to make it sound like a question. This seems to be relegated mostly to young blonde females, and it makes them sound like idiots./That and the word "anyways". I curse the ancestors of anyone who thinks that's a proper word.
MythDragon: kombat_unit: MythDragon: my (ex)wife's most hated word was 'Cumdumpster'.She did NOT find that to be an amusing pet name.Why the divorce?She was a whore and farked a bunch of other guys.
WTF Indeed: KiwDaWabbit: It is a lot more concise than saying "I don't value your opinion on this subject at all."No it's not. "meh" is./meh
deamonbutterfly: actually alway kinda bugged.... it sounds like an insult, when people use it to correct me."actually, (you retard) its blah blah blah......i very rarely hear it tho.... odd. :)
Anne.Uumellmahaye: I hate when people say "just saying." Wtf does it even mean? You're "just saying" it as opposed to speaking things into existence? Or you're "just saying" words out loud randomly and don't mean what you're saying?/also hate "sooooo" as in "it's soooooo cute," or, "I'm soooooo tired." Soooooooo what? Lol, just sayin! Idiots.
tb tibbles: The "whatever" of apologies; "my bad."
ciberido: WTF Indeed: KiwDaWabbit: It is a lot more concise than saying "I don't value your opinion on this subject at all."No it's not. "meh" is./mehNot at all. "Meh" means "I neither greatly like nor dislike this." For example,"Do you like classical music?""Meh." (Classical music is ok, but I'm not a huge fan.)And it's often used in a context of judging between several options, such as:A: Where do you want to eat?B: How about Pizza Hut?A: Meh ("acceptable but not my first choice.")Or at least that's what "meh" means here. Maybe it means something different where you live. I don't know.
Sin_City_Superhero: three out of 10 adults, or 32 percent of those surveyed3 out of 10 is 30%, you, twat.
Candygram for Mongo: Inflatable Rhetoric: No mention of "literally?"wearetheworld: That is literally the best thing to say.It's ironic that those comments were back-to-back.
durbnpoisn: My wife's favorite thing (that drives me nuts after a while) is, when she gets on a roll, but runs out of things to say in the list she's rattling off she ends with, "this, that, and the other thing."It's sort of like "Yadda yadda yadda" with different words.
ban_sidhe: When arguing with or attempting to correct someone, starting a sentence with any of the following:- Actually...- Sorry, but...- Umm...All three enrage me, but "umm" is the worst.Also, typing "ya" or "yah" instead of "yeah."
CarnySaur: I hate it... when... for no apparent reason... people use ellipses... when they're typing...
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