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While we were running sprints with full gear on in 100 degree weather, my football coach would yell, "That which does not kill you makes you stronger!!" and "Pain is weakness leaving the body!!"

I wanted to walk up, kick him square in the nuts repeatedly and scream, "Are you getting stronger??! IS THE WEAKNESS LEAVING?!?!"

So...

Anyone else have any stupid phrases they hate hearing?
#2
"Kick him square in the nuts" is a phrase that puzzles me. And some swedish phrases that sound weird translated.
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#4
Quote by Kensai
"Kick him square in the nuts" is a phrase that puzzles me. And some swedish phrases that sound weird translated.


::sigh::

It's not that hard to understand.
#5
lol my old football (american) coach used to quote remember the titans almost every time we were at practice or a game. it was pretty retarded.
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#6
Quote by slash4114
lol my old football (american) coach used to quote remember the titans almost every time we were at practice or a game. it was pretty retarded.


Mine kept quoting the movie Rocky. Eye of the tiger! You gotta have it!

I wanted to kick him SQUARE IN THE NUTS
::glares at Kensai::
#7
"Pain is weakness leaving the body" is just stupid. I'd also like to see how he would react to being violently beaten.

Also "I could care less" instead of "I couldn't care less". At least the second one makes sense! "I could care less" suggests that you're more concerned than you should be, which isn't the meaning people use it for.

I hate it when people stick french words into their english speech. Why do they even do that? They don't speak french, they can't even pronounce it properly, and there are equivalent words in english. What's the point? It just sounds stupid.
#8
I get angry at "LOL CHILL YA BEEF"..... That winds me up the wall, i mean it has no meaning at all, it really is a collection of words randomized. I mean a outside the box outlook gives it prestige, due to bulls representing anger, hence beef, and anger ovbiously is related to heat, so combining those it makes truth - but i dobut the people who use the expression, are even half aware of this perspective, they jsut churn it out like every phrase that has its craze.

Wicked man.... ^^
#9
"That was a near miss." people that say that when something passes close by something else. wouldn't a near miss be a hit?
#11
Quote by Vagabond21
Mine kept quoting the movie Rocky. Eye of the tiger! You gotta have it!

I wanted to kick him SQUARE IN THE NUTS
::glares at Kensai::


I still don't get it.
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#14
'At the end of the day...'

No! Not at the end of the fucking day!
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#15
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#16
Quote by Kensai
I still don't get it.


I have the urge to quit on you, but I abide by the "No child left behind" policy.
#17
Quote by sashki


I hate it when people stick french words into their english speech. Why do they even do that? They don't speak french, they can't even pronounce it properly, and there are equivalent words in english. What's the point? It just sounds stupid.



Ce qui sera.
#18
"not gonna lie" and "i know, right?"

They kill me every time. Every. Single. Mathafookin'. Time.
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#21
Quote by kyshack
"That was a near miss." people that say that when something passes close by something else. wouldn't a near miss be a hit?

I thought that was because it passes near the target, but still misses. Not because it's nearly a miss.
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Ce qui sera.

You incompetent knob jockey

(first time I've used the"mad" smiley)
#22
Quote by Vagabond21
I have the urge to quit on you, but I abide by the "No child left behind" policy.

I take it you don't know either
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#23
Quote by sergio_the_only
Ce forum est rempli d'idiots ,malheuresement.



Tristement, je crois que vous êtes correct.
#24
Quote by ToastYerLicks
"not gonna lie" and "i know, right?"

They kill me every time. Every. Single. Mathafookin'. Time.


Hate that shit. Also, I hate it when people stick 'like' in between every goddamn word they say. Truly infuriating.

/hypocrite
#25
"I could care less."
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#27
Quote by KG6_Steven
Tristement, je crois que vous êtes correct.



C'est malheureusement. Tristement n'est pas un mot.
#28
Quote by sashki
I thought that was because it passes near the target, but still misses. Not because it's nearly a miss.

You incompetent knob jockey

(first time I've used the"mad" smiley)



Ouch. Not only a knob jockey, but an incompetent one, at that.

I suppose 'tis better to be an incompetent jockey of knobs, rather than not to have knobbed at all.
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#30
Quote by captainoid
Hate that shit. Also, I hate it when people stick 'like' in between every goddamn word they say. Truly infuriating.

/hypocrite


When people say, "I'm going be honest with you"

It makes me think, "so you've been lying to me up to this point?"
#32
Quote by KG6_Steven
Ce qui sera.


*randomly starts singing "America the Beautiful"*

I love speaking english how about you guys?
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#34
Quote by Banana Man
*randomly starts singing "America the Beautiful"*

I love speaking english how about you guys?


Ahhh, you're a little flat on the E.
#35
I hate this:

Me = "Why?"

Friend = "'Cause"

I'm left stood there like, "care to finish your sentance? BIATCH!"
And also people saying "Innit,"
1: Pisses me off anyway
2: especially when someone uses it to agree with something instead of saying "yes I agree" or "Yeah exactly" etc.
#36
Quote by sashki
I thought that was because it passes near the target, but still misses. Not because it's nearly a miss.



Then wouldnt you want to say it was a near hit?
#38
I dont understand why inflammable mean "capable of being set on fire", aswell as flammable meaning the same thing.
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#40
inflammable
One entry found.





Main Entry: in·flam·ma·ble
Pronunciation: \in-ˈfla-mə-bəl\
Function: adjective
Etymology: French, from Medieval Latin inflammabilis, from Latin inflammare
Date: 1605
1 : flammable
2 : easily inflamed, excited, or angered : irascible
— in·flam·ma·bil·i·ty \-ˌfla-mə-ˈbi-lə-tē\ noun
— inflammable noun
— in·flam·ma·ble·ness \-ˈfla-mə-bəl-nəs\ noun
— in·flam·ma·bly \-blē\ adverb


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