Terms / phrases that need to fuck straight off


#121

Leverage. Oh fuck off you corporaprick. USE. USE is the word you meant.


#122

Everyone knows it should be “Om nom nom” instead.


#123

ban that “om nom nom” shit as well, what does it mean bro


#124

On nom nom is the noise made when one consumes nommage.


#125

Aaand, the winner is

simples

:rage:

Second place went to peeps


#126

That right there is a cardinal sin.

Suffixing deviants.


#127

Don’t take umbrage-age!


#128

Cookie Monster says “om-nom-nom”, and I’ll be damned if I’m going to stand by whilst posters make disparaging remarks about Cookie Monster :rage:


#129

Work.


#130

calling speakers poison
what on earth were they thinking !!!

https://www.hifi-forsale.co.uk/moreinfo.php?prod_title=Auris_Poison_8_4_Way_3D_Loudspeakers&p=speaker&prod_id=64967&offset=


#131

People parroting a toy MeerKat designed to emotively lure nincompoops into the purchase of Insurance (and get a free cuddly toy) are mentally unwell.


#132

Indeed, and should be put out of their miserable existence.


#133

Agreed, outside of Cookie Monster Ohm Nom Noming can suck a dick.


#134

One I heard today.
“Let’s put some corners on that circle and make it a square”
What the fuck does that mean?


#135


#136

This this this and forever this. Thank you. Hate. Apart from anything else, it’s meant to be NUM… as in yum yum, softened to num num. Where the fuck did NOM come from? And I just checked Cookie Monster… he clearly goes NUM. Because it is derived from YUM. Nom is meaningless.
QED.


#137

fucking cookie monster WTF, may as well have Trump muttering at you. Anyway WTF is a cookie, its biscuit, and fucking Yank cookies can fuck off back across the Atlantic…


#138

Oh no he doesn’t.

Biscuit Monster just doesn’t roll off the tongue the same way.


#139

Surely you mean American biscuits then.


#140

They come with slices of American fat jack cheese.