NEW YORK— “You know,” “whatever” is a really annoying term — “like” “you know. ” We’re “just sayin’.”
When it comes to the most annoying words or phrases used in conversation, those four top the list in 2012, according to the annual Marist Poll.
“Whatever” headed the list, cited by 32 percent of adults, and next came “like,” which 21 percent didn’t like.
Read more: http://www.mcall.com/news/nationworld/pennsylvania/mc-whatever-like-2012-annoying-words-20121227,0,3660199.story
I’d like to add “hope and change” and “yes,we can” to that list.
Come to think of it,ANYTHING lord Oblammer says is annoying.
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