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Two phrases/word plays/whatever it's called that always bothered me from college:

1. Adding "ski" to the end of words. I.e. "alrightski," "let's get some lunchski"

2. Calling buddies broseph. As if "bro" isn't dumb enough.

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"hubby"

Every old hen on Facebook likes to use this in their all-important "status update." "Hubby is mowing the lawn.""Waiting for hubby to bring home Chinese.""Home alone while hubby works late."Just stop.
I smell jealousy here.
Save this crap for guys like Woz.
#### you. definitely not jealous of married dudes at this point. talk to me in ten years when i get bored of doing whatever i want all the time
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Saying 'za instead of pizza. You sound like a ######. Go punch yourself in the face.

Never heard of this. Where are you from?
You've never heard someone say "za"? Oh come on.

That's one of those thing that is so idiotic to say that you start saying it sarcastically and then start enjoying saying it. Like "slacks" and "shark move".

:shrug: I called an FBG in a local league last night to discuss a trade offer and told him not trading with him was the, "shark move." He found it comical.
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Never heard 'za before.

It was used often when I was in college. Stoner shorthand - you've only got so many functioning brain cells to devote to ordering snacks. That extra syllable was just too harsh.
A guy from KC that lived in the dorm across from my room in college used "za". Needless to say we never let him forget it. He had a long year. Edited by Sheriff Bart
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Two phrases/word plays/whatever it's called that always bothered me from college:1. Adding "ski" to the end of words. I.e. "alrightski," "let's get some lunchski"2. Calling buddies broseph. As if "bro" isn't dumb enough.

These seem like things that would be popular among the Dane Cook crowd. Are you sure you don't use them?
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'teaching moment' This one is quickly growing old.

"teachable moment" is a very old and overused term in education. I always like to say "you mean as opposed to all those other moments when we don't need to teach".
Think of all the teachable moments you let pass. Stupid laws.
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"hubby"

Every old hen on Facebook likes to use this in their all-important "status update." "Hubby is mowing the lawn.""Waiting for hubby to bring home Chinese.""Home alone while hubby works late."Just stop.
I smell jealousy here.
Save this crap for guys like Woz.
#### you. definitely not jealous of married dudes at this point. talk to me in ten years when i get bored of doing whatever i want all the time
:popcorn::unsure::shrug:
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Saying 'za instead of pizza. You sound like a ######. Go punch yourself in the face.

Never heard of this. Where are you from?
You've never heard someone say "za"? Oh come on.

That's one of those thing that is so idiotic to say that you start saying it sarcastically and then start enjoying saying it. Like "slacks" and "shark move".

Wait, what??? :goodposting:
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Saying 'za instead of pizza. You sound like a ######. Go punch yourself in the face.

Never heard of this. Where are you from?
You've never heard someone say "za"? Oh come on.

That's one of those thing that is so idiotic to say that you start saying it sarcastically and then start enjoying saying it. Like "slacks" and "shark move".

Wait, what??? :bag:
Shuke,

How do you feel about 'trousers' and 'dungarees'?

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Saying 'za instead of pizza. You sound like a ######. Go punch yourself in the face.

Never heard of this. Where are you from?
You've never heard someone say "za"? Oh come on.

That's one of those thing that is so idiotic to say that you start saying it sarcastically and then start enjoying saying it. Like "slacks" and "shark move".

Wait, what??? :confused:
Shuke,

How do you feel about 'trousers' and 'dungarees'?

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Dungarees is one of my favorite words.

"Given him/me the business" Old school "Leave it Beaver" style is back in my rotation and will never get old.

On the other hand I was watching Leno last night and caught MANgagment ring for the first time.

Let's please stop this phrase as well as the practice of men wearing am engagement ring before they get started.

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Dungarees is one of my favorite words.

"Given him/me the business" Old school "Leave it Beaver" style is back in my rotation and will never get old.

On the other hand I was watching Leno last night and caught MANgagment ring for the first time.

Let's please stop this phrase as well as the practice of men wearing am engagement ring before they get started.

Who is doing the what now?
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Never heard 'za before.

It was used often when I was in college. Stoner shorthand - you've only got so many functioning brain cells to devote to ordering snacks. That extra syllable was just too harsh.
:thumbup: Same thing with 'rents instead of "parents".
Another one - people who call a computer a " 'puter " needs to seriously reevaluate things in their life.
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Dungarees is one of my favorite words.

"Given him/me the business" Old school "Leave it Beaver" style is back in my rotation and will never get old.

On the other hand I was watching Leno last night and caught MANgagment ring for the first time.

Let's please stop this phrase as well as the practice of men wearing am engagement ring before they get started.

Who is doing the what now?
Men wearing engagement rings. Not wedding bands actual diamond engagement rings. And they are being called mangagement rings.

I could see The Moops or Otis sporting one of these. Please Don't.

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