Would you prefer "Excellent" followed by an air guitar riff?
So, like, when it’s all sad and done bar the shouting?I think “like” and “at the end of the day “ are hopefully on their way out.
Olympic ‘journalists’ here talk about medalling. As in ‘he’s hoping to do well enough he medals’. The Australian swim time medaled in the water’.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.
Hey, what about "BOSS"? I've tried bringing that back.Indeed!
Why can’t people just say “groovy”?
These kids today!