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It is what it is  -  agree with Tipstaff

 

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'Staycation' & now 'Stoliday'. 

 

Fed up to the back teeth of Toby Foster & his little crew repeatedly going on about them.  It's a holiday in the UK, are you incapable of just saying & understanding you're just on HOLIDAY!  ARRRRRRGH! 

Edited by Baron99

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Agree with you

 

You couldn't legislate for it  -  don't hear it so much these days,  Laurie McNemeny the football pundit used to say it.

 

 

 

 

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On 30/08/2020 at 11:07, cressida said:

Agree with you

 

You couldn't legislate for it  -  don't hear it so much these days,  Laurie McNemeny the football pundit used to say it.

 

 

 

 

Another annoying football pundit phrase, usually in response to a question. 

 

"Very much so."  That'll be a yes, then? 

Edited by Baron99

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Soon to be irritating:

 

'ready as I ever will be'

 

anyone who 'wipes' their brow with relief 

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Overuse of 'basically', sometimes 20 or 30 times in an interview reply - basically this, basically that!

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"Now more than ever" the most overused phrase of 2020.

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BOGOFF  

 

(Buy one you get one free)

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'My bad'. 

 

Just say 'My fault'.  Saying 'My bad' just makes people sound like they're a 3 years old. 

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