Anne Miller wrote:Mine is the word "think". I probably used to use it a lot until someone said ... "Don't you know?"
Kim Goodwin wrote:
Oh, that's so interesting. I've been told in the past that I'm way too "certain", by more than one person.
Kim Goodwin wrote:panties
I just can't stand the word panties.
Todd Parr wrote:Moist. Ugh.
Travis Johnson wrote:
I guess for me it would be a person trying to find their "Inner Child" so they could have "Closure."
Really? It is called life so get over those two words and move on!
John Wolfram wrote:Didn't Paul mention in one of the podcast's that "namaste" seems to have the functional definition of "I'm about to fuck up your shit."
paul wheaton wrote:How about "deserve"?
James Freyr wrote:I also don’t want to lose comfort with words that may irritate others. What good will it do if we all end up walking on egg shells here afraid to offend others? I think I write with tact and post with kindness, no one’s ever informed me otherwise.
Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote:Still I do not know exactly what words to use and what words not to use.
I know I did use offending language at least a few times, only becoming aware of it afterwards, because of the reaction
jim hughes wrote:I'm not a fan of sissy swear words IE frik, gosh, darn etc. I don't trust people who don't curse and less even the ones that fake it! It's the whole people who go to church need church theory. Oh and I'm getting tired of the word or words "off grid, offgrid". Just loosing its meaning but I haven't found a suitable replacement soooo...
jim hughes wrote:I'm not a fan of sissy swear words IE frik, gosh, darn etc. I don't trust people who don't curse and less even the ones that fake it!