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#64 Posted on 12.10.05 1556.31 Reposted on: 12.10.12 1557.44
"If you look in a dictionary under [XXX], you'll see a picture of [YYY]." Uh, no you won't. I've seen, maybe, like, 5 pictures in a dictionary in my lifetime. And it wasn't Tom Selleck next to "handsome"... it was a picture of a mongoose or something. So STOP.
"Got [XXXX]" Ugh.
And also, not really a phrase so much as a commonly-used sign at sporting events and such... but I'm sending a cease and desist letter to that whole "Tickets: 20 dollars, Official Program: 5 bucks, Seeing Blah blah blah blah blah blah: Priceless" gimmick.
Oh, and "Easy for me to say!" when someone messes up their words. It makes me want to die when I hear someone say that.
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#70 Posted on 2.11.05 1715.05 Reposted on: 2.11.12 1715.11
I know I've already responded in this thread, but I also have to mention I grit my teeth when I see someone write, for instance, "$2 million dollars." It's either $2 million or two million dollars ... using both is like wearing boots over your shoes.
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#71 Posted on 2.11.05 1731.30 Reposted on: 2.11.12 1735.06
Originally posted by Shem the PenmanI know I've already responded in this thread, but I also have to mention I grit my teeth when I see someone write, for instance, "$2 million dollars." It's either $2 million or two million dollars ... using both is like wearing boots over your shoes.
I have the same problem with people who say "ATM Machine" or "PIN number"
I also have a really big problem with people who include nicknames in with their real names. You cannot say, "Shaq O'Neal". He's either Shaquille O'Neal or he's Shaq.