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    Posted: 21 January 2013 at 1:08pm
Do people like have to use this word like ten times every sentence these days?

I spoke to some students and they were all like "yeah it's like what we do now".

And I was all like "yeah, but you sound like bloody morons." [Note that "like" is used correctly]

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I think the term 'these days' says it all. Every few years there's some words or phrases that's used lots. Off the top of my head I'd say the word epic was used lots for something good years ago and Does anyone say wew anymore?

Edited by SA14 - 21 January 2013 at 1:20pm
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Not.

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Originally posted by Once a monkey Once a monkey wrote:

I likes itThumbs Up

That's fine mush - albeit sounding like a Swansea miesh.

Most of you lot have kids so I hope you bring them up proper....
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Like totally annoys me.
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Originally posted by dr_martinov dr_martinov wrote:

Do people like have to use this word like ten times every sentence these days?

I spoke to some students and they were all like "yeah it's like what we do now".

And I was all like "yeah, but you sound like bloody morons." [Note that "like" is used correctly]

Rant, like, o-ver.
You do realise that this makes you sound almost grown up Doc?Wink

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Originally posted by SA14 SA14 wrote:

I think the term 'these days' says it all. Every few years there's some words or phrases that's used lots. Off the top of my head I'd say the word epic was used lots for something good years ago and Does anyone say wew anymore?

Like is far more annoying because it is used so frequently. I think it's down to the American TV influence but, again, things like this have been said before in the past about other fashionable words, dude.

What's "wew" anyway?
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"I likes it i does" has to be the one liner that gets on my jugs, hear it everyday,,,,,,,,,,,

In 1972, Roy Bergiers scored that try and said "that was for you lofty"

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Originally posted by Once a monkey Once a monkey wrote:

Originally posted by dr_martinov dr_martinov wrote:

Do people like have to use this word like ten times every sentence these days?

I spoke to some students and they were all like "yeah it's like what we do now".

And I was all like "yeah, but you sound like bloody morons." [Note that "like" is used correctly]

Rant, like, o-ver.
You do realise that this makes you sound almost grown up Doc?Wink

I'm a grumpy old man trapped in a young man's body - I know that!

Kids these days eh? No respect!
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Living in Cardiff, the one phrase that makes my teeth itch is when people say something like:

"He haven't got any"

instead of:

"He hasn't got any"

I've always wondered - do they actually write it down as they say it? If not, why are they saying the wrong word?
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Doc I think a lot of younsters copy the football players doing the interviews on telly. I am of the age that remembers everyone saying Groovy and Gear I likes the swinging sixties I does.
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30th june 1986- 30th june 2011.25 years roofing,i wouldn't call that dodgy.
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Originally posted by bazlewis bazlewis wrote:

Doc I think a lot of younsters copy the football players doing the interviews on telly. I am of the age that remembers everyone saying Groovy and Gear I likes the swinging sixties I does.

"Groovy": that's awesome dude.

LOL (people do say "lol" as well!)
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How about "butt" or "Mwssscccchhhhhh"     arrrrghhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
 
 
 
In 1972, Roy Bergiers scored that try and said "that was for you lofty"

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Originally posted by KID A KID A wrote:

Living in Cardiff, the one phrase that makes my teeth itch is when people say something like:

"He haven't got any"

That's a bad one. I always cringe a bit when hearing "me either" in response to a negative sentence:
e.g. 
"I don't like the Ospreys". 
"Me either".

It's just wrong! Americans do this for some reason.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote KID A Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 January 2013 at 4:24pm
Originally posted by dr_martinov dr_martinov wrote:


That's a bad one. I always cringe a bit when hearing "me either" in response to a negative sentence:
e.g. 
"I don't like the Ospreys". 
"Me either".

It's just wrong! Americans do this for some reason.


Bristolians are funny. They put the letter "L" on words that end in "a".

I once heard someone say "Ere, You going shopping to Ikeal Amandal?
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