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    (Original post by eeriikaa)
    I can't think of any more right now, but the word that springs to mind first is when American people say "y'all".
    I always just feel like I want to punch them in the face =|
    hahhahahaha yeh i know what you mean!
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    (Original post by typiin)
    Condone. The word is always used wrong. It SHOULD mean "bad" but it actually means "support". WTF? Why? Does the word SOUND positive AT ALL?
    I have thought that before. I guess because it is usually used "...does not condone...." so we associate it with negativity? :holmes:
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    M o i s t . No-one likes that word. I also hate the way Scottish people say my surname, 'Grant'.
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    when americans say "tooter" instead of "tutor"
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    I can't even type them >.<

    They both begin with 'p'.
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    When people say free instead of three.

    'Possy' - Omg this I detest this word!
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    The words 'phlegm' and 'snot' always make me feel physically sick. :no:

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    Sandwich.....when people say it as sandwitch...*******s!!
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    I agree with most of these. :yes:


    Also:
    wee
    piss
    pussy
    starts c end with t :o:
    snorters
    beast
    boobs (eeuuughhh)
    arse
    tits
    belly
    tummy
    yummy (grown women who say this :nothing:)
    'scrummy' :mad:
    scalp
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    clunge... makes it sound oily or something disgusting. like gunge.....
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    GAMMON and FLOOPY even worse a floopy gammon even thinking them words makes me wanna be sick on my keyboard lol
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    Snog.
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    - Flacid
    - Tripe
    - Simmer -- used instead of calm eg. Simmer down.
    - Cotching


    Nice ones:
    - Richochet
    - Spachelor
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    I just really hate the word Ta. Can't they just say thanks.
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    fock
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    Box.

    Mist.

    Moist.

    Condom.

    Chalk.
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    raw, lean, bare, jizz, adultery, dairy. but the word raw the most,*shudders*
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    How can you hate a word Makes no sense to me!
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    (Original post by typiin)
    Condone. The word is always used wrong. It SHOULD mean "bad" but it actually means "support". WTF? Why? Does the word SOUND positive AT ALL?
    I think you mean "condemn"? Condone means to approve of; condemn means to disapprove of, generally speaking.
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    Sandwich - I really really really hate that word!...and i don't even know why, it just doesn't sound nice! Then there is 'Moist' i hate that too!.....and the worst word of all is 'Ginormous', i just don't get it.....if you want to describe how big something is then call it enormous or call it gigantic - but why would you ever combine the two and create the Ginormous! :lolwut:....i hate the sound of it too!....
 
 
 
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