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Monday, November 7, 2011



There are words and expressions that, you know, just, like, I find really annoying.  You know what I mean?  You know, shit that just, you know does not have to be said.  Aiight!  Some of these sayings and expressions just, you know, make you sound stupid.  Know what ahm sayin?  Some are expressly used to encourage the recipient to believe that your ideas and or dissertations are knowledgeable, intellectually based, and things of that nature.

I may be out of the loop when it comes to many of these expressions as they are used in the corporate environment, but my guess is they are still overused.  From my perspective these common overused expressions are annoying.  The bottom line is there are more ways than one to skin a cat, and though you need to know on which side your bread is buttered, it is important to remember that at the end of the day it is all over but the shouting!  Having said that, or in other words, that being said, it is important to be ahead of the curve and to think out of the box.

To tell you the truth, it all depends on a specific scenario.  To be honest I like to think that the glass is half full not half empty.  Unless of course the glass is holding dog shit, in which case who cares if it is half full or half empty, throw that shit away.  Know what ahm talkin about?

I have often heard people say “If at first you don’t succeed dot dot dot.”  I think it is important to remember there are plenty of fish in the ocean.  DUH!  You don’t agree?  REALLY!  HELLO!  

That’s what I’M talking about!


  1. The more things change, the more they stay the dot, dot, dot.



  2. Lol Cranky....

    Lou :-)

    PS.daren't say anything else - just in case, but you know you've gotta get with the program!

  3. Yada, yada, yada. I'm just sayin'....

  4. "I'm just say'n" is my all-time favorite thing to say.

    I hate the "duh" my kids will say. I always say, "Don't DUH me!!!"

    When I was young, instead of "Duh" we would say, "No Doy" I have no idea where we got that one. But whenever we meant, "I know that!" we would say, "No doy!"

    We also would say the word "moded" for when someone fell or made a fool of themselves. Say your friend asked a boy out but he said NO. Then you would whisper behind her back, "Oh my gosh, she was so moded."

    We also would say the word "mange" if something was gross or not quite right. "Oh my gosh, my hair looks so mange today." or "You see that guy over there? He's so mange." I guess the correct form of the word would have been "mangey" but we never used it. Everything was just mange.