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02-26-2019 10:12 AM
I didn't read this whole thread, but for me, lately everything seems to be,"so you don't have to worry," or "no worries." I don't worry about small things like fitting lids on lock'n'locks (who seems to use that one a LOT.)
02-26-2019 10:15 AM
If we are talking about over used expressions used on QVC... do what I do... Don't watch. I just check in "whenever" and if I want something I check reviews or the forum for more ideas.
02-27-2019 06:42 PM
I notice people interviewed on TV begin to answer questions with "I mean . . ."
I hear it every day more than once. It seems an odd way to begin an answer where meaning is not in question because they've not even begun to respond to the actual question.
02-28-2019 10:15 AM
@on the bay wrote:
(esp. when the hosts say it after everything the vendor says!)
said after presenting something for someone to see,read,etc.
@on the bay I had to laugh at this one! There's one host who says that word all throughout her presentations, and I'm sure half the time she isn't even listening to what the rep said. It's used just to fill the air, absolutely!
But it doesn't bother me, I just find the quirks funny.
02-28-2019 12:02 PM - edited 04-21-2019 04:20 PM
1. Here's the thing
3. "Like" at the beginning of each sentence
4. "Ummm" during discussion
5. No problem, no prob, or no worries
6. Baby bump
8. Rushed (which means gathered)
9. Easy peasey
10. Shortening words such as "vaca" for vacation, "adorbs" for adorable, etc.
And many more....
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