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#2
'Rave'.

Simply because everyone says it regardless of whether or not what they're talking about involves anything to do with raving.
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#3
I honestly can't think of anything more annoying than rave at the moment...
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#4
holy tits

eleventy/eleventeen

neither are funny at all.
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#5
Any gangster or chav slang pisses me off. Why can't you speak like any normal person does?

I also hate it when english people try to put french phrases in, to make them seem so ****ing intelligent and cosmopolitan. And most of the time, the mispronounce it.

"Oh, she was very ahn-shan-tay to meet you"
STFU!
#6
Mumble, stutter, lisp and Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia.


Because you know whoever invented them were the literary equivelents of Hitler.
#7
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'Rave'.

Simply because everyone says it regardless of whether or not what they're talking about involves anything to do with raving.


you little raver, you.
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Mumble, stutter, lisp and Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia.


Because you know whoever invented them were the literary equivelents of Hitler.

You forgot dyslexia
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#10
people who try to say other languages they dont know.
like saying you know Japanese when all you know is 'where is the bathroom'
THAT PISSES ME OFF!

Mais je n'ai aucun problème avec le français, car j`habite à Montréal, dans une région plutôt francophone. Par contre, mon père est anglophone, et a mère est francophone, donc je suis bilingue
#12
Guesstimate... Oh my! Firefox spell check sees nothing wrong with that travesty of a word...
#13
when people say "at the end of the day" but say it like "athayendufthadaaaaaaaaaaay"
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#14
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when people say "at the end of the day" but say it like "athayendufthadaaaaaaaaaaay"


At the end of the day, you get nothing but NOTHING!
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#15
Sick meaning good.

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#17
I hate most American past-tense verb spellings.

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#19
When people say "Can I lend a fiver/a pencil/etc". It's not 'lend'. It's 'May I borrow?' Why don't people understand this? It came out of nowhere, and I swear to God every time someone says it I get pissed off. I also hate it when people use stupid new lingo for no reason, just because they know nobody will understand it and want to look hip.

Argh. What ever happened to speaking normal English? I wish we could all live in 1876.
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#21
I can tolerate all the other internet phrases, but I just can't stand "lol". It's said way too often and people don't understand what it means. If something is mildly funny, you don't say that you laughed out loud, do you? AND FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, DON'T END YOUR OWN SENTENCES IN LOL! IT MAKES YOU LOOK LIKE YOU'RE THE ONLY PERSON WHO FINDS YOURSELF FUNNY!

This is the part where everyone responds with "lol"
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#22
i hate it when people use double negatives e.g. "i'm not going nowhere". i also hate it when you correct them and they look at you like you're in the wrong and get pissed off about it.


lol
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#23
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I can tolerate all the other internet phrases, but I just can't stand "lol". It's said way too often and people don't understand what it means. If something is mildly funny, you don't say that you laughed out loud, do you? AND FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, DON'T END YOUR OWN SENTENCES IN LOL! IT MAKES YOU LOOK LIKE YOU'RE THE ONLY PERSON WHO FINDS YOURSELF FUNNY!

This is the part where everyone responds with "lol"


LOL doesn't mean Laugh Out Loud any more, it just means "I didn't really find that funny. Shut up. I don't want to talk to you" or "I can't think of anything else to say" or "full stop".

EDIT: Lol.
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#25
Anything involving 'Your mom'.

And also when you say something perfectly ordinary and some idiot replies with 'Thats what she said.' I cant stand that.
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#27
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When people say "Can I lend a fiver/a pencil/etc". It's not 'lend'. It's 'May I borrow?' Why don't people understand this? It came out of nowhere, and I swear to God every time someone says it I get pissed off. I also hate it when people use stupid new lingo for no reason, just because they know nobody will understand it and want to look hip.

Argh. What ever happened to speaking normal English? I wish we could all live in 1876.



If we were to live in 1876, many of the words and phrases we use today would be considered profanity. Especially where you live; England.

Anyway, I can't think of anything right now. Most of the time people misspelling words like "your" and "you're" gets me pissed off. It's definitely not difficult to understand the ****ing difference, but whatever. People are stupid.
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If we were to live in 1876, many of the words and phrases we use today would be considered profanity. Especially where you live; England.

Anyway, I can't think of anything right now. Most of the time people misspelling words like "your" and "you're" gets me pissed off. It's definitely not difficult to understand the ****ing difference, but whatever. People are stupid.

I meant I'd be quite happy speaking as we did in 1876
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The power to feel with others give.
Calm, calm me more; nor let me die
Before I have begun to live.

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#30
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Mais je n'ai aucun problème avec le français, car j`habite à Montréal, dans une région plutôt francophone. Par contre, mon père est anglophone, et a mère est francophone, donc je suis bilingue

But I don't have ____ problems with french, _____ I live in Montreal, in a french-speaking region. ______ _______, my father is english-spekaing, and my mother is french-speaking, therefore I am bi-lingual

- My attempt at trying to translate from french to swedish to english,
#31
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people who try to say other languages they dont know.
like saying you know Japanese when all you know is 'where is the bathroom'
THAT PISSES ME OFF!

Mais je n'ai aucun problème avec le français, car j`habite à Montréal, dans une région plutôt francophone. Par contre, mon père est anglophone, et a mère est francophone, donc je suis bilingue

Otearaiwa dokoni arimasuka?



Demo, nihongo o chotto hanashimasu. Nihongo ninensei desu.

Anyway, back to English. I hate ebonics! Talk like you're not retarded for God's sake!

Or noob. It's never used right.
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#32
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Please, explain how something can 'learn' someone.


Lol.


I just died inside a little.

I'm Geordie and we use that. I've read it's from Anglo-Saxon læran, which meant to teach. Quite a bit of Geordie dialect uses Anglo-Saxon apparently.

GEORDIE WORDS, ANGLE ORIGINS

Distinctively Geordie and Northumbrian words are more than 80 % Angle in origin, compared to standard English, where the figure is less than 30 %. Modern English words by comaprison are predominantly of Latin origin because modern English derives from the dialects of southern England which were continuosly influenced by the Latin and Norman French favoured by the educated classes of Oxford, Cambridge and London.

Geordie words should not therefore be seen as sloppy pronounciation or a poor use of language, as they are in fact of great antiquity. Indeed many old words and phrases commonly used in the old works of Chaucer and Shakespeare which are no longer used in other parts of Britain have survived as common usage in the North East.

Of course some Geordie words are of more recent origin or are corruptions or words borrowed from other regions, but often the similarities between Anglo-Saxon and Geordie can be quite surprising. For example Geordies in the same way as the Anglo-Saxons use the word `WIFE' as term for a woman whether she is married or not, while the Anglo-Saxon word ALD (OLD) is similar to the Geordie (AAD). Thus in Anglo-Saxon ALD WIFE literally meant `Old Woman' .

Sometimes a Geordie may appear to be using words incorrectly , but this may not always be the case. For example a Geordie may say Aaal Larn yer (meaning I'll teach you) as in the Anglo Saxon Laeran which meant teach. Other Geordie words of Anglo Saxon origin include Axe (ask) from the Anglo-Saxon Acsian, Burn meaning stream, Hoppings meaning fayre andGan which is the Geordie and Anglo saxon word meaning to go.

The unique way in which Geordies and Northumbrians pronounce certain words is also often Anglo-Saxon in origin. Thus Geordie words like Dede, Coo, Cloot, Hoos, Wrang, Strang and Lang are in fact the original Anglo-Saxon pronounciations for Dead, Cow, Clout, House, Wrong, Strong and Long.

These old words have survived in the North East for a number of reasons primarily associated with the region's historical remoteness and isolation from southern England. The turbulent border history of this region was also a major factor in discouraging outside influence although some Viking words have crept into the local dialect from the neighbouring Viking settled areas of Yorkshire, South Durham and Cumbria.


That's from: http://www.northeastengland.talktalk.net/GeordieOrigins.htm
#33
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Mumble, stutter, lisp and Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia.


Because you know whoever invented them were the literary equivelents of Hitler.


hey man some of us stutter (like me) and its not our choice to stutter , we just born with it
like my friend does his little girly giggle when i stutter and its ****ing irritating...
#34
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people who try to say other languages they dont know.
like saying you know Japanese when all you know is 'where is the bathroom'
THAT PISSES ME OFF!

Mais je n'ai aucun problème avec le français, car j`habite à Montréal, dans une région plutôt francophone. Par contre, mon père est anglophone, et a mère est francophone, donc je suis bilingue


oui oui...je ne prends le drugues et je fais du promenade.
(i get Ds for french) excuse my french
#35
Yer Maw!! HAWHAWHAW!!!!

The epitome of neddish wit.....not exactly Oscar Wilde, is it???
#36
When people say "i could care less" when really they mean "I COULDN'T care less". "I could care kess" MAKES NO SENSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

that pisses me off something rotten
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#38
I hate the word "Gossip"...and the shortened version of "Goss" even more. I don't have a clue why, they just really grate on me, particularly the latter.

Lets see, what else? I hate the term "diva" along with everything it represents in today's culture, especially since a lot of young girls are almost brainwashed into thinking being a spoilt diva is something to aspire to.

The same criticism goes to the acronym "WAG" which, for those that don't know, translates into "wives and girlfriends"...usually of rich footballers. It's sickening that people become famous now simply by being with a famous person. Steven Gerrard's girlfriend Alex Curran has recently brought out her own perfume...I mean, eh?

Digressing slightly I hate the whole charade of bringing out your own scent which has now become a standard custom for psuedo celebrities. Chanelle from Big Brother (who, ironically is the source of my sole, pathetic claim to fame as I used to go to college with her) is bringing out her own perfume...

I mean for crying out loud, society has become really **** in recent times.
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