Just heard Soubury say it at least 3 times in an interview
Allowed at the end of a mathematical proof, because traditions.
indeed mathematical proof, but not at the end of a managerial rant…
blah blah blah rant…I am right…rant…blah…rant…QED
I used to occasionally use it when explaining to someone that they were talking out of their arse, though I wouldn’t sink so far as to use the acronym; I’d use the proper Latin - Quod Erat Dildo.
‘Journey…’ When used outside of travel.
Unless hair metal.
Dealing promptly with random outbreaks of hair metal is what VEET and/or flamethrowers were invented for.
With all that hairspray, it won’t take long
My 15 year old granddaughter is very fond of putting
I’m not even
In front of statements.
I’m not even joking/surprised etc
Seems to be the new ‘literally’
At this early stage I’m mildly irritated. Well see how long that lasts.
you should start putting “I’m not odd” in front of statements
He never lies…
I hate “for free”
Off of needs to fuck right of.
Ive heard “is it” being used as a reply to statememts rather than questions.
The exam was really hard.
Ive just got a new car.
Reply… Is it.
Wtf is that about?
Mrs JB uses ‘is it’ like that, it’s common in South Africa apparently
Welsh, is it?
I hear ‘I’m not even lying’ which implies that everything said without this pre qualifier is a lie.