6 November 2006
Phrases I never want to hear again
No more of these, please:
- Anything of the form "A B, C [something that rhymes with B]"
- "But think about the children"
- "Speak[ing] truth to power"
- "Anna Nicole Smith," unless followed by "was found dead"
- Anything of the form "He was A before he was [something opposite to A]"
- "Rosario Dawson's dong"
- "It's the [noun], stupid"
- "Our exclusive poll"
- "I'm [name] and I approved this message"
- Anything containing the word "Federline"
I would be so grateful.
Addendum, 8 February 2007: I regret to note that Anna Nicole Smith was ... never mind, it's just plain mean. Kevin Federline, you may want to know, is still alive.
Posted at 1:53 PM to Say What?
I would add "our Oklahoma Values" to that list.
I could do without the transitive form of "grow" as used by corporate officers and/or politicians.
"We're growing our business!"
You can guess what they're using for fertilizer.
Bullet #5 is just plain mean (even if she is annoying as hell)... but I like the others!
Adding to Dwayne's comment, you can add the following phrase: "Faith, family and freedom"