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2012-12-29 03:10:31 AM  
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2012-12-31 02:52:26 PM  

assjuice: 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.

I worked in an office full of douche brogrammers who spoke with the "every sentence is a question" inflection. Drove me farking nuts. So many bizarre mannerisms spread through that office to every clone that they couldn't even notice what morons they sounded like.

Oh sweet farking God, I hate that so much. Went on a date with a girl who ended every sentance as a question. I wanted to dragon kick her right in the coont.
I started doing the same thing back to her, but she was oblivious. Paid for dinner, gave her 20 bucks and told her to call a taxi because if I had to listen to her any more, I was going to jam salad forks into my ears.
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