I bet you’re thinking cuss words, right? Why the [redacted] would you think that?
No, these are worse than so-called cuss words. These are words that make me want to so-called cuss.
If I…were the king…of the foreeeeeest….no one would be allowed to say these words –without fear of being put in the comfy chair and poked with the soft cushions.
The Offending Words, Corporal, if you please!
Here’s a Protip: Never ever ever ever ever ever ever ever say “Protip.”
I used to be fine with this word UNTIL MY WIFE POINTED OUT THAT I DON’T KNOW HOW TO PRONOUNCE IT. Now, I feel like I’m six years old every time I say it.
It’s like it’s Dr. Moreau’s island and they mixed fruit with absolute. A hideous beast!
Like that show you never liked when it was originally on, but the reruns NEVER END.
This so-called word makes the perfectly-fine word “deal” feel like a square. It’s like those Mac-snob commercials. You’re so cool with your hands in your pockets and you look so relaxed while the pasty guy with his shirt tucked in falls all over the TV screen. So your computers are awesome and fashionable, Leo. Great job, Leo. Big Deal, Leo.
I know, this is wrong. I actually love this word/name. But I wanted another –io-ending word. (Guilt by association?) You and no one down by the school yard, I guess.
I actually do hate this word and always have. “I’m craving a bag of potato chips.” It’s revolting, like communists.
I feel like I am one after I say it, it’s so gross.
OK, that was silly. I’m craving your participation. What words do you hate? How dumb is it to hate certain words? What’s the dealio on that?