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Personal Catch Phrases

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Dominick, Jun 25, 2016.

  1. Dominick

    Prestigious Prestigious

    This thread is for the things you say in your day-to-day life that may or may not be in usage in the broader public. Most of my phrases are borrowed from older black men and women I respect and think are cool. Example:

    "I hear that hot shit": a sarcastic response to someone making a ridiculous statement.

    "Sometimey": someone who is inconsistent with their treatment of others. Sometimes they're nice, sometime they're complete and utter pieces of shit.

    "I quit recess because I don't play": emphasis for how strongly one feels about any given issue. Also, bravado/a.

    What are yours, folks?
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  2. Garrett

    you're not a ghost Moderator

    This is amazing.

    I don't know that I have anything like this, but one of my personal mottoes is life is too short for boring dress socks.
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  3. AelNire

    @RiotGrlErin Prestigious

    Idjit and saying someone is being ugly when someone is mean.

    I'm not sure I'm doing this right lol
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  4. Checkered


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  5. aranea

    Trusted Prestigious

    i'm not original, i just am random

    "innit m8"
  6. Oscyy

    Pity the living


    For way too many instances lol. Gaming has cursed me.
  7. CobraKidJon

    Fun must be always. Prestigious


    Overwatch forever.
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  8. mad

    I was right. Prestigious

    I say "fine and dandy" a lot. I've noticed recently that "absolutely" and "perfect" are two of my most used words with customers at work.
  9. the rural juror

    carried in the arms of cheerleaders

    "Wubba lubba dub dub!"
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  10. Wall Of Arms


    "stupinchabey?" - from "pissed up ain't ya, bey?" aka "You seem a little drunk there, sir?"
  11. cwhit

    still emperor emo Prestigious

  12. Henry

    Moderator Moderator

    You are if you watch a lot of Supernatural.

  13. ChaseTx

    Nuke the site from orbit. The only way to be sure Prestigious

    I say "alrighty" when confirming plans

  14. colorlesscliche

    Trusted Prestigious

    I say "read a book" as an insult a lot when someone is wrong, or at least when I think they're wrong.
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  15. Wall Of Arms


    "Long" or "glum" - when something isn't good. "Ah, that's long"/"ah, glum"
    "Bore off" - get lost/fuck off
  16. ikanacanyon

    Free jake w

    I say "That's fair" all the time as just a neutral, fill-in phrase when I don't actually have a response.
  17. Leftandleaving

    I will be okay. everything Supporter

    This and "fair enough" are at least 90% of the sounds that come out of my mouth
  18. AelNire

    @RiotGrlErin Prestigious

    I say he/she's a stage 5 clinger a lot.
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  19. OhTheWater

    Let it run Supporter

    I've had conversations with numerous people about our distain for when our one friend says "Fair Enough" we're all on board with it being a terrible response
  20. Vivatoto

    There's a candle on Second still burning Prestigious

    I say "C'ya" super smugly like the Smug Alert episode of South Park. I suppose that's the only one I do intentionally and don't totally hate.

    I say "No shit" a lot when I agree and I hate it because it sounds sarcastic. I try to stop myself.

    And "For sure" is still stuck around from my days of hanging out with stoners.
  21. Dominick

    Prestigious Prestigious

    "Don't tempt my tummy with the taste of bites and honey"

    A friend of mine says this whenever someone offers him something repugnant.
  22. Garrett Jun 28, 2016
    (Last edited: Jun 29, 2016)

    you're not a ghost Moderator

    Every time I say this the person hasn't seen Wedding Crashers and it always ruins the phrase having to explain it.
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  23. AelNire

    @RiotGrlErin Prestigious

    My sister uses the word janky frequently.

    Like that house is janky.
  24. thesoftskeleton


    "I smell what you are stepping in" which means I understand what you are saying but everyone's guess is that it has something to do with being full of shit.
  25. Leftandleaving

    I will be okay. everything Supporter

    It's pretty bad, I won't disagree. Just a bad habit of mine