Originally posted by RightInTwo
'A whole nother'
I hear this phrase time and time again, it's not even correct grammer. Theres 'Another whole' but 'WHOLE NOTHER' makes absolutely no sense.
You are absolutely right, I read what you posted and firstly thought ' not heard that one before' then I thought 'what?' totally does not make any
sense at all.
Originally posted by minkmouse
People who substitute the word "Anywho" for "Anyhow"...Can you spell SHEEP! GGrrrrrr!
Is that not more a Scottish spoken kind of a thing? Where the 'how' becomes 'hoo' rather than 'who' like the slang term for cow can be coo or
brown can be broon.
Usually 'anyhoo' is usually a lighter substitute for 'anyway' where there maybe a little awkwardness in the conversation, for example when a
couple are attracted to each other but it is time to part though neither of them really wants to but someone has to say it is time to go, one might
say 'well, anyhoo..... I better be off', at least that is the way I have heard it used, you might be talking about something totally different of
Originally posted by michael1983l
ooh oooh ooh I got one I really hate.
hmm me no understandie the 'second line' phrase. What is that and when do people use it?
Originally posted by Arashikage
YOLO means You Only Live Once and was coined by an artist named Drake. Its been done to death though and is now HIGHLY annoying.
Thank you for clearing that up, I was kind of wondering what it meant too!
Originally posted by SheopleNation
"sorry, my bad".
'my bad' is quite a strange one, has taken me quite a long time to get used to that one and not think 'for God sake just speak properly!' when
people have said it.
Originally posted by Char-Lee
Originally posted by AwakeinNM
Not a word, people. Orient, oriented, orientation.
Think - Class, classify, classification. You do not classificate something, why would you want to orientate it, too?
I think ex president Bush could classificate something.
Damn that is funny, and I agree!
Originally posted by knowledgedesired
IMO your a racist because you don't like words used by groups outside of your own and you already label someone just by the way they speak
I don't understand, how can not liking the sound or usage of a word, within or outwith your social group be deemed as racist?
What I hate is the misuse of the term 'racist' when the situation, discussion or conflict has absolutely nothing to do with race whatsoever.