Terms / phrases that need to fuck straight off


#181

QED


#182

Robust

Just heard Soubury say it at least 3 times in an interview


#183

At least that kind of insult should be policed. :slightly_smiling_face:


#184

Allowed at the end of a mathematical proof, because traditions.


#185

indeed mathematical proof, but not at the end of a managerial rant…

blah blah blah rant…I am right…rant…blah…rant…QED


#186

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.


#187

‘Journey…’ When used outside of travel.


#188

Unless hair metal.


#189

Dealing promptly with random outbreaks of hair metal is what VEET and/or flamethrowers were invented for.


#190

With all that hairspray, it won’t take long :+1:


#191

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.


#192

you should start putting “I’m not odd” in front of statements


#193

He never lies…


#194

I hate “for free” :persevere:


#195

Off of needs to fuck right of.


#196

Ive heard “is it” being used as a reply to statememts rather than questions.

The exam was really hard.
Reply…Is it.

Ive just got a new car.
Reply… Is it.

Wtf is that about?


#197

Mrs JB uses ‘is it’ like that, it’s common in South Africa apparently :roll_eyes:


#198

Welsh, is it?


#199

Theres lovely


#200

I hear ‘I’m not even lying’ which implies that everything said without this pre qualifier is a lie.