Question of the day

What word do you think is way overused? Your “pet peeve” word of right now?

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20 Responses to Question of the day

  1. mssc54 says:

    “Pet peeve!” Lol

  2. Joy says:

    Like

    Like, you know??

    Or else I really hate when you’re talking to someone and you stop for a pause and they say “a-n-d” like you’re a moron or something. I know someone who does that to me all the time and I hate it.

  3. Jason says:

    I would have to say the word “HUH” My son will go out of his way to say it. I will tell him to stop and he goes huh huh huh huh huuuuuuuuhhhhhh!

  4. SKL says:

    Oh I don’t know, how about . . .

    Moderate?

    LBGT?

    Anti-choice?

    Girl crush?

  5. Jenny says:

    I agree with Joy on Like & You know

    • SKL says:

      I have a friend who will say half a sentence and end the sentence with “you know?” throughout a whole conversation. It is so irritating, because no, I don’t know! You have to finish your sentence and then I’ll know. Ya know?

  6. SKL says:

    Oh, one thing that bugs me is when bloggers intentionally use “jesus” (lowercase j) for the purpose of taking Jesus’ name in vain. Whether you are Christian or not, there should be some consideration for the feelings of those who are. To add insult to injury, the same people would never type “allah” without a capital A.

    Also, just any gratuitous use of any name of God, in public usage.

  7. Sue says:

    My daughter says “right” a lot! “Oh, I thought the same thing, right!” I don’t know if it’s a question or a statement or what it’s suppose to be! Drives me nuts! The other one is OMG, which drove me crazy to, so to make fun of those that say it I say it in a sarcastic tone right back at them!

  8. lucy says:

    I will agree on the “like” … drives me crazy

  9. mssc54 says:

    I listen to a good bit of talk radio. I like to count the number of times a caller says “uhhh” or “ya know” or any phrase they repeat over and over again.

  10. Nikki says:

    “Like”….”I know, right?!” I have caught myself saying that and I put myself in the corner. “Just sayin”……I have a girlfriend who says that quite often. I love her, but that gets old!

  11. Laura says:

    online, I have to say: LOL. (sorry, I know we all use it here) And a lot of other text-speak “words”, like OMG, “prolly” (originally “probably”)

    In real life, probably “like”, even though I’m a serious offender of that one.

    Sorry, Nikki…. I believe I used “just sayin’ ” in a response elsewhere in today’s replies!!

    • Nikki says:

      “Just sayin” doesn’t get to me unless it’s used often by the same person. If one person says it occasionally, it doesn’t bother me. But when one person says it after every thing they say….that gets old.

    • SKL says:

      I used to hate LOL, but now I kinda like it. It’s easier than saying “that was a joke, for anyone who might get offended or overly concerned.” I wish I had used it that time when I said something about my daughter eating too much and gaining weight, because I had people making all kinds of hurtful accusations. “LOL” says “lighten up” for those who don’t get my sense of humor (which is admittedly dry).

    • Joy says:

      I’m a serial user of LOL only because we don’t have a “laugh” key and I want to make sure if I’m kidding the person on the other side knows I’m joking. That’s the only time I use it. Otherwise you might just sound like an ass but you were kidding.

  12. Vicki says:

    “whatever”

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