Hate Is A Strong Word

19 Aug

Words and Phrases That I Hate:

Sassy-It is just annoying. I’ve been called sassy quite a few times in my life and I don’t really grasp the meaning. Is it bad is it good? I say, just a lame word. Yesterday a guy called me feisty. I like that word better ;)

“Nothing But Net”– Even though I grew up in the Sports industry and heard it all the time, I simply hate this expression. No clue why.

Tarantula-Because I hate spiders. Just this word makes me jumpy.

“The Bu”-What some people call Malibu. It sounds ridiculous. Stop saying it. While we’re on the subject it’s not “The OC” it’s called Orange County.

Hip-If your calling yourself or something hip it most definitely is not. You might as well say it’s “Off da hook” and let people see you for who you really are.

“It Is What It Is”- Well no shit. That’s the same as saying, a shoe is a shoe. It means nothing and gets us nowhere. Awful.

Areola-I laugh every time someone says it. I know, I need to grow up.

Filibuster– I picture my Mom vacuuming the floors of Congress.

Pregnant-I never ever want to hear this word again if it has anything to do with me.


What words do you hate? I want to hear them!

5 Responses to “Hate Is A Strong Word”

  1. nancy August 19, 2012 at 7:50 am #

    do you have an alternative word for sassy? i hate it but end up using it all the time (and i feel like my grandmother every time i say it!)
    bratty just sounds so mean……

  2. Lisa August 19, 2012 at 8:31 am #

    MOIST, intercourse, ( it’s not a science project), I could throw out awful words all day, I will just leave you w/ moist and intercourse!!!!!!!!!!

    • 90210mom August 19, 2012 at 5:05 pm #

      I hate the word moist too!

  3. dsimons1 August 19, 2012 at 8:58 am #

    Sassy is the definition of a 6 year old girl! I can do it all Mom. It started in the South, I believe and is the best description you can use as a parent, other than calling out the B word. When your child looks at you, after you’ve done everything for them and they start singing the “you’re the meanest Mommy” song…you know you have a Sassy child. It usually comes to mind, right before a time out is called. Believe me Sass and Sassy have saved me from actual profanity in my household.

    • 90210mom August 19, 2012 at 5:07 pm #

      Just go for the profanity, it feels so much better afterwards ;)

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