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Toto'sDad

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Mac Davis while being extremely humble, though he found it at best to be difficult to do so, did admit to being PERFECT in every way!
 

Frontier9

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Greetings from Sunny New Jersey
Ugh. "Not a problem". I usually don't present a problem to the general public.
Putting my food in front of me or ringing up my purchase generally shouldn't present a problem. Why should you even mention it?

Oh, wait, gotta go... I see a cloud I need to shake my fist at...
 

WRHB

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I love when people use the phrase “all of a sudden” at the wrong part of a story.

All of a sudden I was walking home and a cat jumped out of the bushes.
 

colchar

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I haven't heard perfect being overused so am fine with it.

The ones that really piss me off are 'compete' as a noun in sports talk (ie. he has to raise his compete level); and 'floor' being used when it should be 'ground' because they are outside.

There is another one that relates to turning lights on or off, but I cannot remember it at the moment.
 




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