Are there any phrases you read over and over on webpages that make you want to scream? I am so...
tired of reading "in this day and age" and "in these tough economic times"
At the end of the day.... In the final analysis...In My Opinion...
"Think outside the box." This is especially annoying because the writer is encouraging creative thinking without doing any thinking himself.
Any phrases referring to as you said in the question, 'credit crunch' 'difficult times' etc. One of the reasons the economic climate is in the state that it is, is because of fear mongering and over exaggeration by the media.
Yes, lots. And in newspapers too. But there are so many of them I can't even begin to make a list!
agree with credit crunch and other terms related to the 'economic crisis'.
I totally agree with 'in my opinion' gets on my nerves big time that one.
Although not a quote what really has steam coming out of my ears are those smart a-------s who have to use their fingers every ten seconds to make quotation marks in the air as they speak. That really makes me scream!!!
I'm tired of people calling everything a "space". We don't have rooms, homes or buildings anymore everything is a space. The home improvement shows wore this out and now everyone else says it too.
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by milleramanda53 6 years ago
What is the one book you could read over and over and it never gets old?
by Susana101 8 years ago
There are plenty of good children's books that keep me interested and wouldn't mind reading it again. Personally, I love The Tale of Despereaux, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian, and Persepolis.
by EJ Lambert 5 years ago
What book did you read constantly as a child?There was always one book that ended up in our hands over and over as children. Which one was yours?
by brit8741 7 years ago
What book can you read over and over?Do you often read books more than once? For me, it's Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers.
by Dawn Michael 8 years ago
just because they don’t agree with you? Pcunix took one of my hubs commented on it then proceeded to write his own hub on it and posted a forum on it just because he did not agree with me? Then throughout the forum post he started to put me down personally. Has this happened to...
by Olorunlana 8 years ago
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