- Why did everyone start to hate the Russians if the U.S. did the same thing in Afghanistan, Iraq?
- What needs to be corrected in the management of Russia first?
- Why did Blaise Pascal become a religious man at the end of his life?
- How do I know if a guy likes you?
- When they say "one generation", how many do they mean?
Here are these types of professions, it's strange how they appeared, and went viral.
Anecdote about a tagretologist:
Customer: How's it going, what's our Instagram traffic for the week?
Targetologist in a whisper: I can't talk then I'll call you back
Customer: Why are you whispering?
Targetologist: I'm on an Algebra test!
On the hype
When the word hype is used by the older generation, as if to show that they are in a trend. And they use it on TV.
“Marketing” with an emphasis on A.
Digital is a prefix for anything incomprehensible.
Added-Avitologist, Avitologist Karl!!!)))
“Ventilate” – in the sense of finding information, understanding something.
The most common
“Che” is What. ” Che ” is already widely used on TV in professional journalism. There is even a TV channel Che.
Appeals to each other in a relationship
“that's what” is a rampant virus of today's youth. I would expunge those illiterate freaks who introduced this into education. I assume it's coming from school.
Decent ( and I want to add a decent bastard), highly moral, spirituality,
For me, it's better to hear the mat 10 times than once these words in a day. This is hypocrisy.
Wow, how timely you asked this question 🙂 Just yesterday, I decided to make a separate note in my phone, where to record all these terms. I don't know why, though – it's like mocking yourself.
So, my rating is:
Insanely infuriates the word “deshmansky”, as well as if the words are distorted, “spasibuli” “dosviduli” and all sorts of diminutive endearments, still infuriates when they use any English words like “easy” “bro”, etc.
By the way, the words themselves are not very good, but the combinations! I am very annoyed by the words: “hike”, when almost every sentence begins with “actually”, when all sorts of mostly English-American words like hype, hate, etc.are put into the Russian text, and there are many other completely idiotic expressions that have nothing to do with normal Russian. Something like that…
I'm sick of such neologisms as” Kek, lol, easy, dratute, hype, chan ” and so on. Especially infuriating when these stupid words are used by fully grown people.. There are also more beautiful and understandable Russian words…
I hate the words “dainty” and ” young man.” They just sound disgusting. When I hear “tidbit,” I think of Dolores Umbridge from Harry Potter. Bue, it makes me feel sick.
Even to the horror of annoying words from the series “bullying”, “slatshaming”, “childhate”. “Look, I know English, let me translate Russian words into it and shout them at every corner, and no one will understand me!”
There are also newfangled feminitives-neologisms: “authorka”, “kapitanka”, “voditelka”. I'm sorry, feminists, but it really hurts your ears.
I am very stressed by profanity used as connectives between words without any reason. It seems to me that any word should carry information, semantic or emotional. And here the garbage is obscene, no meaning, no accent at all. Like “here”, “this is the most”, but only obscenely.
Strawberry, bear, hedge, eat, regiment, company, content and words in English when used in a Russian sentence.
These are the words that little girls and boys put where they hit the type: top, fashionable, her fight, zashkvar…
Excessive use of the words “… well, I'm so…”, ” … Well, he's so…”
Infuriates in general
I really hate such words as”nyashka”,”money”,”nyahya”,”eat”.Perhaps this is still left over from 2007, when I heard such words everywhere, from bang-haired teenagers.
Eat, delicious (not in relation to food) well, the top one is DELICIOUS. When I hear all this, I want to run far away. Apparently, I am very scrupulous about everything that concerns food.
And one of my friends hates the word “leggings”, please let me know if you also don't like this word, because I have a feeling that she is the only one in the whole world.
Many borrowed words from English that are most often found in professional vocabulary (such as 'storytelling', 'consulting', etc.). Still all sorts of transcriptions from the same English, like, for example, 'fashion business' or 'public relations'.
I don't know why, but the colloquial word 'cool' is also gradually starting to get very annoying.
In general, I don't like it when product names are used with a diminutive suffix. Sausage, apple, cabbage, cheese, etc. Some kind of hell! + the word “dainty” I have no idea why))
I hate the slang that is used on the Internet if I hear it in real life. As for me, this sounds extremely shabby and causes a sense of shame for your interlocutor, or for the whole company.
“lol, kek, or” and so on.
In the first place of the rating is the word “eat”, and after it comes the “little man”, which is never in place, but you can call him, and he will sort everything out. It's like a Man from Kemerovo, only a “little man”, and it's terrible.
I don't know why, but it's very annoying when people say “hello” or “how are you?”in a diminutive way. I think it just sounds disgusting. And in general, the excess of diminutive endearments (or their inappropriate pronunciation) cuts the ear.
Toastmaster. The combination of sounds in this word makes me shiver, as if someone is breaking styrofoam nearby, or as if the Devil himself has come down to earth to gently whisper, ” Toastmaster.”
Nezhnyatina. I doubt that this word has a place in the language at all, but I'll let it go, because I don't understand it. It sounds like some kind of meat: beef, rabbit, and tender meat. And generally disgusting.
A piece of paper. Litmus test. I always say “strip”. It's a very poor piece of paper.
I don't know why, but the word “wench” is the one that most freezes people out. The fact is that at some point my very close friends completely replaced them with all the words denoting “a female person”, and for me, meanwhile, it still carried a negative semantic connotation. Despite all my pleas to use the other options that our great and mighty one is rich in, the word “wench” still pops up in our conversations often enough to make me break out in a cold sweat.
Bogichen, deshmansky,�to eat (it was necessary to come up with such a thing at all), excessive use of diminutive endearments, extreme instead of the latter, chicken with loaf and similar skewers with traliki, breasts (when they talk about women's breasts) and testicles (when they mean chicken eggs). There was something else, but I don't remember it right away 🙂
Hype, hypanem, hypanut – all the derivatives of this trouble for unknown reasons cut the ear.
In general, a lot of borrowed words that have appeared in the slang of young people (and not only) recently. As for me, it sounds very inharmonious in speech. Okay, in everyday life, but it is gradually moving to the press and on the screens.
Ooh, right into the heat of the day.
“fumble” (“understand”, “understand”);
“friend” (“a girl I see for the first time in my life, but with whom I drink alcohol this evening” and similar meanings);
“hello” and other nightmarish creations of Internet memes.
Recently, the word “baby” has been wildly annoying. Children or child norms, but this…
There are some words like: cabbage, cheese, sock and panties. I understand underpants, but “panties” is an annoying word
I work in the field of photo printing for my parents. Mom instead of” launch photos “says” you'll start a bubble” and constantly with such a happy face, they say, a cool word. And I'm already shaking
Eat – take a bite of the excrement, please.
Panties – “not a mustache, but a pass to the panties”, I just don't like it. Cowards – ” coward bunny gray..”, here the most annoying, with all the strength.
Dityatko, baby, kakusi, sisya, etc. – this causes me a huge attack of indignation with a great desire to wind this very “sis” around the “neck”.
Treat, treat, etc. – I just don't like this combination of sounds. Too simpering.
And, of course, the signature “hello:” eat a bag of shit.
Rating of words that annoy me:
Window sill, instead of Window Sill (yes, yes… Some people say so) From the word “okolitsa” or something? Don't know.�
Lie down!!! And with the emphasis on “O”. It gives me a nervous tic.
Using a word like
I am so
Hashtag – in music school it was sharp), лай like, and all the other Internet words, �hype to the same place, zashkvarn makes you sick – like fried bacon bacon or something, all these superstitions about extreme, �all the words of stupid moms. Even the simplest word-My God ,the village is the same. Add only nIponIla and all the other well, completely simple words, especially when “not” is separated from the words that should be next to it. It seems that everyone is so stupid, their eyes are bleeding. �Not to mention the difficulties, �you write simple words correctly: otherwise they write solved the problem “within their means “учеб textbook. �Write more simply: use, �if it is difficult to be at least a little bit, �even for the fifth grade literate.
I don't know if this is the right answer.. I hate a lot of things about the incorrect use of words in our language. Especially with the postfix “xia”. Words like “get out” and” get erased ” cause me righteous anger. “I want to get out” – well, get out of here, your motto! Of course, the use of foreign words, when there are Russian analogues, also causes me elementary neglect (what the hell is a businessman, if an entrepreneur?) Well, all sorts of “put on”, when to “put on”, but this is all clear.
And the expressions that infuriate me for no reason: “Throw a boar”, “Roll a sausage”. … God, I wrote this and I'm shaking with rage. WHAT WILD BOAR? Ahhh, this is unbearable, does anyone hate these expressions, except me?: (
And “well, this”… Oh, my God, I don't even have the energy to describe my emotions about that expression…
“Aida/aydate” -the most wretched Bashkir alternative to the words “let's go” and “let's go”
“Pupsik” “lyalechka” -the most disgusting names for a human cub�
“Vulgar” – that freezes out this adjective in itself…
“I miss you”;
“speak for (meaning about) something/someone”, where did that even come from, ahh;
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“Emergency exit”. All my life they said “spare”, and now “spare” is hanging everywhere. Maybe I didn't notice it, but it's extremely annoying and sounds like a catalog. They say it is in the dictionary, so it is possible.
Unified State Exam.. Just three letters, and it makes me sick.
In general, I hate when a lollipop is called “sucker”, “go suck a sucker”, well, what is it anyway?�
Still incredibly endures with “first”. THIS IS JUST TIN, THERE IS A FRIEND WHO ALWAYS USES IT 'Let's go to the store first', 'discuss it with him first', 'first answered her question' FIRST FIRST SPEVRA FIRST FIRST
Meme phrases that are mostly heard from children, such as kek, chi da, dratuti, eschkere. After this, I want to take out my brain, so as not to listen to it.
I also hate the word eat, because it seems to me some kind of diminutive-affectionate.
I am very annoyed when young people and other segments of the population use English words in Russian – this is kapets!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Ukrainian since childhood infuriates, although I like some words); infuriates the frequent use of endearingly diminutive words in sentences!and if there are individual words I'll start in descending order:
1. heifer, 2. pisya pussy and all its prisvodnye (INFURIATES!!!), 3. fumble(like they understand something), 4. vpiska(sooo unpleasant associations!!!!), 5. nyashki(fffuuu!!!), 6. Hype(obvious show-off), 7. fat (I want to tear in kind), 8. fit and so on its derivatives, 9. lepshiy-I don't know what but infuriates!!!10. dude-unpleasant to the ear, 11. hav…12. gruzinka (oh infuriates), 13. then, 14. gladilka(I mean a plaster grater(infuriates!!!)), 15. redeem-fu! 16. muzlo (offensive sounds in relation to music)
Shnyaga. I don't even know the meaning of this “word”, but I don't like it. A woman, a chick, a girl. Well, similar ones.
“cool.” You know, when your work is so evaluated…and what does that mean? Interesting? Beautiful? Not pretty enough, but interesting? What?
“Plus sign” when someone agrees with something. In any form: written, oral, verbal, symbolic.
But especially verbally. Immediately there is an incredible desire to give bream.
Terribly annoying words-parasites in speech: “well”, “shorter”, etc.�
And also warbles from the illiterate “send” instead of “let's go”, I just can't resist and do not fix it when I hear this.
It pisses me off when they say “on arrival”instead of “on arrival”. This year, this is especially true, because every now and then the questions “can I pass the test on arrival?”sound.
The word cheerful in the context of clothing with a bright color, print, for example, “cheerful blouse” – straight brrr, �ear cuts. And it's also not pleasant to listen to what girls call shoes-кабл heels, “put on heels”, “go in heels”
I understand the introduction and penetration of Anglicisms into the Russian language, I myself willingly use it, I believe that in every language there are no specific words that would describe the current state of affairs. Nevertheless, it is extremely annoying when Anglicisms are used inappropriately and to an audience that in principle does not quite understand their meaning, or when the same word can be called one simple Russian word.
And extreme, of course, oh…�
This word, perhaps, causes a flurry of not very pleasant emotions and cuts the ear.
Youth slang from the transliteration of English words:
Riley, Easy, etc.
Can't you say the same thing in Russian?
Well, it's annoying when they make very trivial mistakes like-tsya/-tsya in the email.
The word is clear (it's clear why), drink (I don't know why, like a normal word but no) WELL, the most unloved: A TREAT. I can't hear it, write it, or say it out loud, because it makes me squirm right away.
extreme and delicious is eternal hate, of course. but there is another list
“little man” (especially, “this is the closest little man to me” and so on “kindness”)
“umochka”, “molodechik”, “molodchinka”�
And also those who use the word “well done” as a compliment
The simpering “I've eaten” or “I need to eat” is terribly annoying, and there are quite a few individuals who use this word in relation to their imperial person.
Very cut the ear of the English or Latin words not used to the place, or rather for the sake of a glamorous, despite the fact that there are a bunch of Russian analogues, for example, recently I listened to a photographer who always says “location”, “we chose the location”, “well, it's time to go to location”, you can even just say “location”, or else “it will be a great inspiratin”.
This phenomenon is often found among managers, words like “prolong the validity of a contract”, when you can simply say “extend the validity of the contract” and.unfortunately, I can't remember most of the idiotic words for the example, and maybe fortunately)
There is also a slang of shibanutyh moms like: pokakusi, tugoseri, muski, pisyuski, musyupusyuski, this is generally such trash that I don't want to open this pandora's box any further.
Deadline, team building, lead (a concept in Internet marketing that is used so often in our office that it makes me sick), report… I think I started to hate my job)
For some reason, the word “send” in the meaning of “let's go”is very annoying.�
– Guys, well, send already quickly, they are waiting for us.
You can send a letter, a message, a person to hell, and we are going to “go”.�
I don't know, maybe it's just me being so annoyed by it, but it's really hard when I hear it.
Insanely annoying lisp of some mothers: “he wants tityu”, “look what kind of nanny goes” (about any girl). And as all sorts of muski – pisyuski mentioned above, no more just: “TITI”…. It's a fucking chest, guys!!!!1
There were a lot of like-minded people here.
I still can't stand it when they say “from the word completely”.
Or they repeat the word twice, for example, “all such a girl-girl”.
“Delicious” and “Extreme” are out of place. When my employee says “Delicious keys”, referring to key queries in seo – I want to kill.�
Also – “kurtochka”, “godnota”, Ukrainian – “smakolik”.
I hate the word “caviar”. Red fucking caviar. Vtf.
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I hate the word “pick“. I have it associated with pus, acne, etc. In addition, it is worth adding that I myself suffer from trypophobia, and this word constantly reminds me of this.
It's been infuriating lately: “on the bottom”, “not enough halves”, “it doesn't hurt me anymore” 😡 and given the fact that it passes through almost everywhere-sometimes I just want not to take out earplugs))))
“Creative” in relation to a person or inappropriate ” Art ” (art exhibition, art incubator, art theater, that's all)
“You're so creative! (/so creative)
A whole sentence that makes your face twist.
(Creative association, creative exam, etc. – OK, but when they say that about people-brrr. There are two cases: when a person is related to any kind of art at a professional level, and when he has learned to hold a pencil and draws portraits from photos, writes poems about love, plays the Bi2 guitar, sings on studvesnah and other imaginary artistic values. In the first case, it is sickening that this word makes a person's abilities flat, averaged, because it is equated with people from the second case, who for some reason are considered a priori “creative” in our highly intelligent society and knock down the bar of value for this word, which is also, damn it, sickening. Of course, they didn't ask for an explanation in the question, but just in case 🙂 ).
The worst thing I've ever heard:
A blundering friend.
Put it down.
But my “favorite” is aggro
AGGRO who could even think up this fiend of hell?
Well, so that there are 140 words.
There are many things that slightly distort the ear, but the peak of all this is the phrase “otherwise”. �Basically, it responds to some kind of praise and causes a desire to kill, tear out your eyes, or at least just cry.
I'm terribly annoyed by the word “open”. It is pronounced by some colleagues. There is no such word. Even in the texts when you read the word “just now”.
Vybeshivayut for example pancakes pendosskie. All words in the previous sentence. And, of course, many others, including the use of all sorts of abbreviations.
I am annoyed by the word “toxicity” in the context of human relationships and its derivatives – because this concept does not have a clear meaning. I pointed out to my subordinate that you were toxic, made a remark to my child that you were toxic, and kept silent in a dispute with my wife that you were toxic. This word simply stigmatizes any behavior that the speaker does not like (as they say, “not on the wool stroked”).
In addition, the words “negative” and “positive” (again, in the context of behavior or relationships) are annoying – first, because, again, they do not have a clear meaning. Secondly, they are shoved anywhere and for any reason, often unnecessarily.
Annoying pseudoscientific chancellorit. All sorts of “let's outline the trajectories of competence formation in this paradigm” and so on.
What else… Well, perhaps the phrase “with a minus sign” in weather forecasts. Simply because it is illiterate. Still all sorts of Anglicisms (“hype”, “kringe”, etc.) – not because I'm a rabid purist ,but, again, because they are now used constantly and often not in the subject at all.
Many people say words without hesitation, following the lead of others. “Have a seat .” In the normal sense, this means kneeling down and touching the floor with your hand in front of the priest in the church during confession or in front of the woman you love. The word good morning. Not everyone has a good morning. Some people have had all sorts of tragic accidents during the night. Thank you very much. When they say so, you should give some benefits. It's just a few words.
All sorts of rude words that they like to call girls, such as “skin”, “mokroschelka”, “tp-shka” and so on. It's a shame that some movie bloggers use them in their reviews((
The phrase “cherry on the cake”is very annoying. Like, damn, foam on glass! Distorts everything! I want to bury the speaker on the spot! The most brutal tortures for him to come up with! I'm the only one, I wonder?
Wench, baba, heifer, kitty, fairy, man, lyalka (in relation to people) . Kote, koteyka. Sebyashka (just shakes )). Hugs. Delicious food. Ice cream maker.Friday is a debauchee. Vanilla, milota. Yummy food. Animals (about pets). Danculi. Confused, clumsy.
Buns (meaning bonuses)
Nashamanit, dragonit, gash, post, lisp.
There is its own zest, an awl in the ass, go on tsyrlakh.
Almost any word that has migrated from Internet slang or games: “lol, kek, dratuti, imho, oru” and so on.
All borrowed words that are used just like that : “kringe, chill, flex, onion” and so on.
I'm annoyed BY THIS SMELL. This is just torture for me. Maybe you still licked the sound or saw the taste, mmmm??)) 0) 0
And also annoying words in a diminutive form. If the item is really small and cute, then it's fine. But size 46 shoes can't be boots.
Ready to kill for the word “kakawa”. If you don't know the meaning of this word, it turns out that some people call it “cocoa”. Some people don't have enough of this, so they say “kakavushka” – they deserve to be crucified at all.�
I want to drink some kakavushki
Drink this, and then I'll kill you.”
French origin: lampshade, brochure, etc.�
“Common people”: a girl, a heifer…
When in relation to wine they say not to drink, but to “eat”.
Words with the letter “b”: love.
Type “Slavic”: Svarog..
The words “for” and “chuvapchichi” have a special place in hell!
I am a male myself and it annoys me when other males in the presence of female individuals say the words: baba, heifer, wench. For me, these are words from the same category as the” N – word ” in relation to African-Americans-only African-Americans can pronounce it.�
I try not to use the word “old” in principle, if there are elderly people somewhere nearby, even if we are talking about some thing, for example, “old phone” or something similar, I prefer to replace the word with a similar meaning in this context, for example, the previous one.�
It is very annoying to use the union ” but ” instead of “a”. Just brutally infuriating. It's like inserting a word that doesn't rhyme in the verse of a song – well, it just sounds disgusting and that's all, despite the fact that according to the rules it should be so. Often, especially in the news, there is, for example, this : funds act according to the well-known parable: give the hungry not a fish, but a fishing rod, so that he himself …”
No politics, but the word “state” annoys me – it doesn't have a generally accepted definition, and it's not even translated into English. Most often, this word is replaced by the word “government” , that is, specific people who make all sorts of unpopular decisions. For example, “the state has raised taxes or excise taxes on gasoline”, “the state will allocate funds to help the oligarchs”. I think this word should be replaced wherever possible with a suitable word – “government” or” country”, I hope everyone understands that this is not the same thing.
“Eat”. When you ask a person why they use such language, the answer often follows: “What else can I say?”.
The word “pisya / pussy” is especially unbearable when used in the sense of female genitalia.
“Muzhik (my muzhik) ” – when girls (18-23 years old) that's what they say about their boyfriends (husbands). It looks very ridiculous when the guy is also 18-23, he is not endowed with a brutal appearance and does not work at the factory.
I'm a redhead , not really red, let's just say not a typical redhead , but when people start laughing at the color of my hair , it depresses me , especially when it's strangers , I just want to start a verbal fuck-up in response . When friends say red, ore-it is not so offensive , in their words you do not feel the intention to offend .
Intestines (meaning the organ of the abdominal cavity), as well as other endearingly idiotic names: mesenteric, subcutaneous (subcutaneous), liver, spleen, vascular and the like. Brrr.
Terribly annoying phrase “you are great fellows!”. Especially in the form of a positive assessment of serious work. It's like a kindergarten matinee. Where, I wonder, are the “little fellows”? And if you put it on a par with “uti-puti/pusi”, “pretty”, “little man” and other endearments – this already brings physical suffering.�
Also, if a little more people finally remember to “put on clothes, but put on Hope”, the world will be a little better place, and bores like me will definitely be happier.
Clear. I see. Enough. You are welcome. Hi-hi. Greetings. Dosvidos. Pakeda. Smo. The response can't be less than 140 characters long. Yeah. No. Left one. Sasny. Lol. Mde. Tru
I hate the words “cool” and “healthy”. It's so ear-splitting.�
Well, we've already talked about diminutives and endearments.
And blood gushes out of my ears like a fountain when I hear ” THEIRS.”
“Hype” really infuriates this word, I've been hearing it everywhere lately (140 characters, characters, symbols, symbols, symbols, symbols now the word symbols infuriates me😑)
“Along the way” in the meaning of “it looks like”, “it seems”. This is the only phrase that I forbid my children to say in front of me, although I allow everything, even swearing, if it's on business.
All words with diminutive suffixes, unless they refer to small children or small animals. “Apple”, “skirt”, “eat”, “massage”, “Yulechka”…
I have my own personal Pandora's box here!
“Mi-mi-mi” and its derivative “mi-mi-mishny”, here also” nyasha”, “nyasha” and “nyashny”.�
Women's slang with the tag #yazhemat, which is actively used by others: “child”, “child”,” girl”, “boy”,” girls are such girls”.�
The words “eat”, “eat”, ” burp”, if they are used in everyday neutral speech, as synonyms, and not as stylistically colored vocabulary, which is quite appropriate.
“Glory to Ukraine” as a cover for illegal actions and hooliganism, plus sticking out your patriotism. Wear with embroidery and a wreath! To wave the yellow-black flag.�
All these “Rashka”,” rashists”, “PutEn”, “Putler”, “putinoids”,” sovEtsky”, “dill”, “ukry”, “rusnya”, “liberasts” and so on. By God, “pokakulki” and “tugoserya” are at least a maternal instinct, but the above makes you sick and immediately smells of “ukrosrach” and “liberastiy”. Still this ubiquitous “unfreedom”!
The need for tolerance to “nail service masters”is annoying. And all these “spectra” (autistic people), “sunny children”, “people with disabilities”. We need ramps and good schools and programs, not new words!
I recently learned to knit, so the words “Loop”, “Cape” and “bandages” jump right up. And another ” gurina”, i.e., a female guru.
“Good day”, “all the best”, “I apologize”,” Calls”, “Understood”, “More beautiful”,” put on a jacket”, “denyuzhka”,” money”, ” money”.
“Vkusnyashka”, “vkusnyakha”, “pechenki”, “pechenyukhi”,”ZHIIIIR”!
The word “normal”, which infuriates my husband, and he always reminds me, although he sometimes uses it himself. But this is more personal, and now inexplicable:
* “extreme” as the last and any superstitions (“don't say that!”);
* disc jockey;
* all sorts of kartofan, korefan, diskach, kafurik, kentik, drugan, devulya, fifa, whitefish, as well as all the introduced digital slang and social network exclamations.
“heifer”, and oddly enough “Ksyusha” by association with the song, but with the last �already got used to. ( In general , it is not the words that reflect, but the tone. In principle, the emotions embedded in the word by a person act on the nerves, and not the combination of letters itself. If a person is aggressive, then you start to react to it in the same way.
I will leave here my top most disgusting words in my opinion.
I hate the word “vodka”. I associate it with nasty old drunks, even if someone doesn't use the word or product very often.�
And I hate the dirty word ” x**”. It's just disgusting and disgusting to me. Despite the fact that all sorts of root words do not annoy me.
Capitalism *angry smiley face*
One hundred and forty characters, one hundred and forty executioners�
They chopped off the heads of my short jokes
And Twitter squeezed the accordion of its shoulders�
And th – that there is also a prostitute.
Infuriates when they use the word “for” in the same sentence with some jargon and obscenities Популяр Popular among rednecks who consider themselves nitakimikakvse
“I don't drink too much today, because it sucks”
“Fit” is just very annoying. “Good filmets”, “Good muzlo”…. arrrgxxxx… I do not know how to rate this on the interest scale. Suitable – is it good, or will it do, or super? What is it all about?
By the way, if someone can explain it in a popular way, I will be extremely grateful.
Some kind of disgusted and perplexed feeling arises when the word “yell” is used in the sense of”laugh”. It's like they've been screwed and aren't shy.
“Salivating”, “Baked bread according to Your recipe”- comments to cooking recipes, “Gooseberry” (meaning gooseberry), “Rzhaka, rzhach, joke”, “Click!” – this is a call to click on the advertising link (“The best cat tray/sugar / concrete / curtains/slate/horse manure/iPhone/gramophone now in Russia – click!”) – but horseradish to you. I wanted to press it, but now I won't press it for anything. Some kind of krendil “blew up the Internet” or “this video blew up the brain” – but what is there to blow up something?!! The word “posh”. Gorgeous shit.
I hate Americanisms and all this dominance of foreign words in our language. Well, for example. Future developers and Q-A at the morning conf-call, discussed the upcoming team building with HR, and went to a coffee break with the future team leader. I propose to introduce the death penalty for this, and for using the word “extreme”, wherever possible, despite the fact that the person is not a paratrooper, and not a contract special forces soldier. Like “I went to kebabs last week for the last time”. �Motherfucker ah…
And my top 5 annoying words:
2)Playing “for example, a cat is playing with something”
3)”Namely” – in cases where the use is inappropriate.
4)”Because” – for example, “I don't want to go out, because it's cold”
5)You'll get lost.
“Muzhchinka” (thank God, it seems to have gone down in history, but earlier aunts wildly loved this word), “baba”,”hav”. Expressions are not quite on the topic, but the phrase “about nothing”, used out of place, is wildly annoying – “we went about nothing” – well, what is it?
Masterpiece – a vile word that devalued the meaning of “Masterpiece”
Emotion – right to left: feelings, sensations, feelings, indignation, indignation, mood,sentiment. Stop using right-to-left “emotion” like some chickens.
Barber shop � – Hair salon, barber shop-for the most demanding. Stop skimming the shit off-it's just an expensive barber shop.
“Shit”, “karapuz”, ” hey!”, “zalaziy”.
Neologisms where they do not belong at all: “hey girl, come to the super make to our makeappers.”
I recently heard my sister say, ” Hey, Mother.” I thought I'd drag her mouth to wash with soap, but I didn't say anything.
“ours”. The album of Frank “our” Zappa, for example. I.e. it is clear that a joke repeated four times is twice as funny as a joke repeated twice, but there is no more strength to laugh.
The word “treat” and its derivatives. I remember there was an advertisement for Miracle yogurt with this word, I still don't buy it. “Eat”. “Nothing” in response to the question ” what?”. “Delicious text” is Satan's hell. “Did it taste good?” “I'd kill for a question like that.” “Srach” in the meaning of mess.�
Popa; pisYat – what is it all about? Why through Me?!
Yum, yummy, crunch, eat.
For some reason, many people have an aversion to words related to food. Interesting.
The widespread use of the word “extreme” in the meaning of “last” is beginning to get boring, and it is used by people who are not even close to parachutists and other industrial alpinists. Brr.
Because most of all I suffer from the consequences of saying it – I put off too much. Hence the dislike, irritation, an attempt to get rid of the habit and the word itself.
I just hate the words “money, “”belly button,” and ” mold.”
In the first case, I am basically infuriated by the diminutive forms of words, but this, in my opinion, is the most disgusting of all. Oh, yes, the word “curd” also seems disgusting.
“Navel” I don't know why, it seems to me somehow ridiculous.
And “mold” is just disgusting in sound.
It is also very annoying when a person tries to remember something for a long time and tiresomely, while using words+sounds such as: “eee nuuu, this…Well, here it is…well err”
It pisses me off when people say / write “delicious” not about food, but about books, music, whatever – it seems to me like some kind of wild book cliche, I don't even know who said it first and where it came from, but when I meet it, I start to feel sick.
An armored personnel carrier. I burr, and many people jokingly ask me to pronounce this particular word.
Well, many words of “modern” slang that the brain refuses to process.