These overused sayings and catchphrases will be “Gone”
I don’t plan on running for president anytime soon. However, if I did, and was elected, things would be a whole lot different around here. This post is not meant to get into anything political AT ALL, rather, it’s a way for me to blow off a little steam regarding a bunch of things people say WAY TO MUCH that drive me crazy. As there are approximately eight gazillion things that bother me, I will share a partial list, say, every Thursday.
So, without further ado, here is my list of catch words, sayings, and phrases that will be OUTLAWED or simply GONE, should I ever become president. A word of caution, you most likely use one or many of these………
Said No One Ever, as in, “I can’t wait for Monday morning…..said no one ever.”
The misuse of the word Dude, as in, “Thank goodness I started Patrick Mahomes on my fantasy team yesterday. Dude had a monster game.”
Overemphasizing the first part of Bye Bye, as in saying, “Buh-Bye now.”
Throwing the baby out with the bath water. Just plain stupid.
Food For Thought. My thoughts need no nourishment, thank you.
At the end of the day, as in, “At the end of the day, we still have everything we need.” Wouldn’t it be more important to have everything you need at the BEGINNING of the day? That way you don’t waste time and resources getting all the stuff.
Play nice in the sandbox
People who think they are still witty by referring to the holidays as Festivus.
Think outside the box. It’s time to retire this one.
Boots on the ground.
On the same page
If you ask someone how they are doing and they respond, It’s Friday. I know what day it is!
And then you ask them after the weekend and they say, Not bad for a Monday
It is what it is. No, really?
Commenting on someone’s online post with only the word, THIS, when in agreement of what they said.
Overuse of periods when trying to make a special point, as in, “These stupid catchphrases need to stop. LIKE.RIGHT.NOW.”
Referring to the word” crazy” as, Cray Cray
That’s enough for now. I need to go lie down.