What is the most trite expression you have seen used in online writing during the last year?
It would have to be "That being said . . ." or "That said . . ." For some reason, that phrase seems to have been used a lot. Even though it irks me, I've used it here and there, but not articles. When did people stop using, "Therefore," or "To that end?" The contagion of speech and writing trends is strange, isn't it? Thanks for the question, Patty.
It is a rather new one in the archives of Tritedom, but I've seen "as Oprah would say" more times than I can shake a fat-dripping french fry at it. And since I couldn't care less what Oprah thinks or says, it got old pretty darn quickly.
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