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Christin Sander says
The "seen" and "saw" thing drives me crazy too. "Me and him went for a ride." Ugh. "He don't know no better." I find the "omg" kind of cute with young kids. I think they don't want to say "God" irreverently. Thanks Christin!
That's true with the omg never really thought of it that way, I just always thought "lazy" like text speak. OH another one "prolly" instead of probably, drives me bonkers and everyone in this area does it lol.
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How could I hate YOU Peeples? You have such great comments and hubs :) My daughter has "boob" a lot in her stand-up comedy. She laughs at me though 'cuz I sling around the"f" word a lot. (I worked in a high school). For me it's like saying "darn"
Think I"m guilty of "The thing is..." In analyzing why I say this, I might be trying to emphasize a point or clarify. It's really more of a "What I'm trying to say is this..." Thanks Mcbel, for your comment.
Twilight Lawns says
TL, Oh I AGREE! "I think you'll find." That's exactly how I feel. Did you ever see Fred Armisen's Weekend Update where he never finishes a sentence and pontificates on the next 1/2 topic?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z04ci47C5Ps ? That is ME!!!
Billie Kelpin, Thank you. I have just watched it and I know so many people who are just as incisive and good at developing a theme is this.... sometimes even more so!
TL, Hope you had a good laugh. That cracks me up because it's soooo me. I didn't realize it until I saw ME on SNL !!!
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Eb, I'm the same re: the "f" word, and I'm a 68 yr old woman! I wrote a poem abt being too silent in society: "...because women my age don't say f***" " I see where "just saying," might seem cunning. Aren't these unique likes/dislikes fascinating?
Sounds like a good policy, MrsGray32! The way people portray themselves makes all the difference, doesn't it. We can take almost anything if it's given with the right attitude. Thanks for your input :)
Thanks, RT! I know ur feelings re: religion r like mine so when I read ur 1st sentence I was intrigued. Ironically, I don't like my husband to say "Jesus" b/c I find it disrespectful for him as a Christian to use. When I say it, I think "geezes" :)
Funny u should say that. My wife's family is Jewish & they say "Jesus Christ" a lot. I'm not Christian, but I always found someone of a different faith using JC like that offensive.
RT, I KNOW! Isn't that fascinating?
Reality Talk, you are correct in your premise. S@@@t is a word that is very overused in the conversation. Do these people have such an insufficient vocabulary that all they can think of is the "s" word? Really now!
RealityTalk - I've just found out you left HubPages. I wanted to send you a private email, but that function's no longer available. Please email me. Thanks!
Say Yes, thanks for noting that Reality left hubpages. I was able to find his BEAUTIFUL blog. Hope he keeps in touch!
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Spew does have an ugly sound, doesn't it. I'm guilty of spewing forth all manner of nonsense plus the usage of "spewed forth" :) I thought we'd all have a few of these pet peeves in common, but looks like r annoyances are individualistic, like us !
For some reason or the other, I find the "F" word liberating. But JT, respectfully, and this is an example of how crazy we (I) can be. I don't like the whole phrase "F BOMB". Isn't that peculiar? I can see your point on the use of "God"