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to HATE certain words people use on Facebook?

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Blaaahdeblahdeblah Fri 14-Nov-14 12:52:36

Or anywhere else for that matter! I know this has been discussed on here before but I have to vent somewhere.

The word "lil" instead of little

One woman constantly calls everyone "missy"

People calling me "love". I don't mind this in areas of Britain where being called "love" is a normal part of the vocabulary but where I'm from it just seems to have replaced the annoying "chick". e.g. "Alright my chick?" Has now been replaced with "Okay love".

Cannot STAND it...Aaarghh!

JennyOnTheBlocks Fri 14-Nov-14 12:53:40



Metalguru Fri 14-Nov-14 13:02:34

Really annoying when people say Rant Over at the end of the post. Also dislike the use of "simples" since the annoying advert.

madsadbad Fri 14-Nov-14 13:04:33

None of those words annoy me, the only one that does is frape- I think its fucking vulgar.

stopgap Fri 14-Nov-14 13:04:49

I currently can't stand, "this guy" or "these two" as a title for cutesy pictures.

SqueezyCheeseWeasel Fri 14-Nov-14 13:05:49

I hate "lil"


SqueezyCheeseWeasel Fri 14-Nov-14 13:07:36

Luckily i manage to avoid it, in the main, by not having Facebook. It's a beautiful thing.

ReggieJones Fri 14-Nov-14 13:09:27

I detest Frape.

Blaaahdeblahdeblah Fri 14-Nov-14 13:16:38

Agree with all of the words mentioned above as annoying.

Frape is disgusting, it's used now without thinking of what it actually means.

I have tried many times to delete Facebook from my life but am always lured back. I seriously think it's an addiction.

LoveWillTearUsApart Fri 14-Nov-14 13:18:02

I loathe 'frape', got into an argument with my cousin and his rugby team mates over it (I know, I know, I should've stayed well out of it) and deleted him. It's a horrible, horrible word that trivialises rape.

Serenitysutton Fri 14-Nov-14 13:18:21

You have the wrong type of friends!

Winterbells Fri 14-Nov-14 13:18:28

Frape is the only one that bothers me. It makes my skin crawl. How anybody thinks it is acceptable I do not know.

sweetheart Fri 14-Nov-14 13:21:53

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ICanTuckMyBoobsInMyPockets Fri 14-Nov-14 13:23:24

End of.

No, not end of just because you say so. It's basically telling people to shut up because their word is final.

MarjorieMelon Fri 14-Nov-14 13:24:54

It's not an expression but I hate it when people use the word "are " when they mean "our" e.g "We love are new home".

The first time I saw it I just assumed that the person didn't have a good grasp of English but I'm seeing it all the time now. Why has this happened?

pippinleaf Fri 14-Nov-14 13:24:58

I can't bear being called 'Hun'. Makes me shudder.

vichill Fri 14-Nov-14 13:25:32

Oh my days gets on my nerves.

500smiles Fri 14-Nov-14 13:28:06

.com after everything

as in etc etc

MarjorieMelon Fri 14-Nov-14 13:28:10

One friend doesn't post her own words but posts loads of those posters with quotes on. Judging from this weeks posters I'm getting the impression that her boyfriend has been unfaithful.

browneyedgirl86 Fri 14-Nov-14 13:29:48

I hate cheeky. As in "just going out for a cheeky curry/ice cream/any food here"

Or Fantabulous which I'm seeing frequently now!

charliewolf Fri 14-Nov-14 13:31:12

Can't abide "use" or "yous" for plural you, think this might be peculiar to the north-west

CountBapula Fri 14-Nov-14 13:32:16

Cutesy hashtags.


browneyedgirl86 Fri 14-Nov-14 13:44:16

How could I forget about hashtags! I saw one the other day that said #lifeisnotcompletewithoutbabyfeet.


Blaaahdeblahdeblah Fri 14-Nov-14 13:47:46

The "Gawjus" one I hate too although I have saw it as "Gorjissss"

ampersandand Fri 14-Nov-14 13:48:35

6 sleeps until Malia #funinthesun #wasted #sex
Fuck off.

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