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Serge

"Oh my days...."

Where did this come from and why are people saying it?

 

Ridiculous behaviour!

 

It's from the same people who, when voicing an opinion, start with... "Ah'm not gonna lie........"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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jack D and coke

People who start a sentence with “So”

Does my ****ing tits in. 

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martoon

Glad it's not just me, Serge.

 

It's up there with sarnie, footy, Father Christmas and Crimbo.

 

I like England and the English but they do have some annoying phrases and words.

 

 

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martoon
Just now, jack D and coke said:

People who start a sentence with “So”

Does my ****ing tits in. 

 

That too. 

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milky_26

i am glad i have never heard anyone say it so far

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Darren
3 minutes ago, jack D and coke said:

People who start a sentence with “So”

Does my ****ing tits in. 

 

"Listen" and "look" are also annoying.

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Salad Fingers

Is it not London street slang.  I first heard it used in Kidulthood I think.  

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...a bit disco
5 minutes ago, jack D and coke said:

People who start a sentence with “So”

Does my ****ing tits in. 

 

*****. Every last one.

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...a bit disco

Saw a white guy on 24 Hours In A&E or similar, sitting calling his girlfriend 'Bruv' the whole time he was there. 

 

Really?

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Victorian
1 hour ago, jack D and coke said:

People who start a sentence with “So”

Does my ****ing tits in. 

 

I would sew up their mouths.

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Morgan

"Bang' words.

 

 

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Morgan
1 hour ago, martoon said:

Glad it's not just me, Serge.

 

It's up there with sarnie, footy, Father Christmas and Crimbo.

 

I like England and the English but they do have some annoying phrases and words.

 

 

Baller.

 

Presser.

 

Lino.

 

'Defo' annoying, all of them.

 

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merrymac
1 hour ago, jack D and coke said:

People who start a sentence with “So”

Does my ****ing tits in. 

II'm with you on that one.

Check out Extinction Rebellion their people all do it :ermm:

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merrymac

People that add "like" to everything.

Took me about a year to annoy my daughter out of the habit ,

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Craig Gordons Gloves

Tbf, Oh My Days is the politer english version of us saying "****s sake" :)

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manaliveits105

Shut the front door 

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SectionDJambo

"Brits" when referring to British people for me. No logical reason I suppose, other than an affront to the mother tongue. 

Most annoying phrase is " he just about saved that " , from a commentator, when a goalie, for example, saves a shot or stops a ball going out. He has saved it, you idiot.  Just about would suggest he just failed to.

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martoon
1 hour ago, Morgan said:

Baller.

 

Presser.

 

Lino.

 

'Defo' annoying, all of them.

 

 

Pen. and hitting the "upright" too. 

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Morgan
23 minutes ago, martoon said:

 

Pen. and hitting the "upright" too. 

‘There’s a player in there’.

 

Can’t see what he ‘brings to the table’.

 

:vrface:

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martoon
1 minute ago, Morgan said:

‘There’s a player in there’.

 

Can’t see what he ‘brings to the table’.

 

:vrface:

 

a. Sean Clare

 

b. Robert Tomascek (sp) 

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pablo

It's got to be a London/Jamaican thing? The reason I reckon it is, is my 10 year old says it, and he greets me with stuff like, "wag,wan G".  And "safe fam".

 

He's from Corstorphine 😆

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Nookie Bear
2 hours ago, Morgan said:

Baller.

 

Presser.

 

Lino.

 

'Defo' annoying, all of them.

 


Reading those words is like dragging fingernails down a blackboard. 
 

“limbs” seems to be a word now as well

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Morgan
29 minutes ago, Nookie Bear said:


Reading those words is like dragging fingernails down a blackboard. 
 

“limbs” seems to be a word now as well

‘Limbs’ and ‘On a journey’ are everywhere now.

 

’Well jel’ is the latest maddening one from my extremely irritating sister-in-law.  

 

 

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Morgan
32 minutes ago, Nookie Bear said:


Reading those words is like dragging fingernails down a blackboard. 
 

“limbs” seems to be a word now as well

Forgot to add, ‘baby steps’. ‘onwards and upwards’ and ‘we move on’.  :vrface:

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Space Pirate

First world problems. 

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martoon
58 minutes ago, pablo said:

It's got to be a London/Jamaican thing? The reason I reckon it is, is my 10 year old says it, and he greets me with stuff like, "wag,wan G".  And "safe fam".

 

He's from Corstorphine 😆

 

The London/Jamaican "axe" instead of ask is annoying. Particularly when a clearly non Jamaican Cockney says "I is axing you". 

 

Horrible. 

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martoon
11 minutes ago, Morgan said:

Forgot to add, ‘baby steps’. ‘onwards and upwards’ and ‘we move on’.  :vrface:

 

If you're wondering what that noise is, Morg, it's my gears grinding. 

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been here before

"Up top"

 

Folk who talk about players like they're pals, on first name terms or even worse using their nicknames (Sparky/Jig) or even even worse making their own nicknames up for them (Skinny)

 

"Holibobs"

 

"Cheeribye"

 

4 hours ago, jack D and coke said:

People who start a sentence with “So”

Does my ****ing tits in. 

 

The sign of an arsehole. However there are worse- those posters on here, of which there are a few, who begun their posts with 'So...'. Its bad enough saying it but sitting there typing it takes it to a whole new level.

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merrymac

What about a "Flexitarian" :phface:

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Morgan

 

@been here before  hit it on the head a wee while ago.

 

Speaking the drivel is bad enough.  Actually writing it?  Well, goodness me.

 

 

 

 

 

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Morgan

Soz.

 

:facepalm: 

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Taffin
2 hours ago, Morgan said:

Forgot to add, ‘baby steps’. ‘onwards and upwards’ and ‘we move on’.  :vrface:

 

I'm guessing you hated listening to Cathro then 😂😂

 

On the topic, oh my days isn't a new thing...my mates used to say it when we back in high school in a sort of mocking fashion

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Boof

May I add defin-ate-ly to the cringe list?

 

Aks is not unique to Jamaica/London...it's widely used in Shetland.

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AlphonseCapone
2 hours ago, Morgan said:

‘Limbs’ and ‘On a journey’ are everywhere now.

 

’Well jel’ is the latest maddening one from my extremely irritating sister-in-law.  

 

 

 

The number of folk at my work that go on about being 'on a journey', wish that journey was them ****ing off. 

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The Brow

Folk calling Stendel - 'Daniel' as if he's their pal

 

Posh kids using the london drug dealers handbags as fashion accessories

 

Anyone white saying fam/bruv/you get me

 

Chav chic - ellesse jumpsuits etc on grown men

 

Poor people voting Tory

 

Corbynism

 

Calling Nicola Sturgeon 'wee jimmy krankie' which wasnt funny 20 years ago, let alone now. 

 

 

 

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Jamhammer
5 hours ago, merrymac said:

People that add "like" to everything.

Took me about a year to annoy my daughter out of the habit ,

This really rips my knitting. 
Think oh my days is a way to stop yourself blaspheming as in saying OMG.

Makes me chuckle. My late Mum swore like a sailor but wouldn’t say that 😀

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merrymac
3 minutes ago, Jamhammer said:

This really rips my knitting. 
Think oh my days is a way to stop yourself blaspheming as in saying OMG.

Makes me chuckle. My late Mum swore like a sailor but wouldn’t say that 😀

Much respect to her !

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sadj
9 hours ago, jack D and coke said:

People who start a sentence with “So”

Does my ****ing tits in. 

I don’t know. I quite like the “so” one

 

so, you thought that was the last exercise well its not i’m going to beast you more.

 

all in the context , if you said 

 

so, i was talking to the neighbour and she had 4women round for some mad sex orgy thing. Id be interested but still want to hurt you for starting the sentence with “so” 😉

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Ethan Hunt
7 hours ago, SectionDJambo said:

"Brits" when referring to British people for me. No logical reason I suppose, other than an affront to the mother tongue. 

Most annoying phrase is " he just about saved that " , from a commentator, when a goalie, for example, saves a shot or stops a ball going out. He has saved it, you idiot.  Just about would suggest he just failed to.

I fecking hate that. I can’t remember who started it first but they need repeatedly kicked in the baws whoever it was.

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Ted (Theodore) Logan
8 hours ago, merrymac said:

People that add "like" to everything.

Took me about a year to annoy my daughter out of the habit ,

Theres  like a lass at my like work who does this like all the time and like it's like really like annoying but like she's really like nice so like I don't like want to like be like too like harsh on her.

 

This is literally how she speaks and now I've started to say that shit sometimes 

:seething:

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Ted (Theodore) Logan
6 hours ago, Space Pirate said:

First world problems. 

That's another one that gets on my tits

🙃

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The Brow

Birds with fat arses being described as 'thic'. Youre not thic, youre fat, for example, Demi Rose. A hideous creature who appears to do **** all other than get her fat arse out. I bet shes a right sloppy state in real life. 

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It should have been ten

Gordon Bennett can **** off tae 

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It should have been ten
49 minutes ago, The Brow said:

Birds with fat arses being described as 'thic'. Youre not thic, youre fat, for example, Demi Rose. A hideous creature who appears to do **** all other than get her fat arse out. I bet shes a right sloppy state in real life. 


That’s not you in your profile picture is it 😳

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The Brow
Just now, It should have been ten said:


That’s not you in your profile picture is it 😳

 

My Mrs loves my thicness

 

😝

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Mac_fae_Gillie

People over using the word "literally" literally annoys the hell out of me and adding "you know what I mean" to the end of a sentence literally drives me crazy you know what I mean?

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Mr Sifter

fella. 

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Ferris Bueller

Not so much words... But that hand shake/shoulder banging combo that blokes have started to do rather than just shaking hands..must think they are down with it. 

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Furious Styles

People that say a instead of I. 

 

Edited by Dino Velvet

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I P Knightley
16 hours ago, Serge said:

"Oh my days...."

Where did this come from and why are people saying it?

 

Ridiculous behaviour!

 

It's from the same people who, when voicing an opinion, start with... "Ah'm not gonna lie........"

 

"I'm not even lying" seems to have become a thing. At least among London's womenfolk.

 

 

13 hours ago, martoon said:

 

Pen. and hitting the "upright" too. 

Hitting the "woodwork". When was the last time you saw wooden goal posts. 

 

 

34 minutes ago, Dino Velvet said:

People that say a instead of I. 

 

They actually wrote it, Dino. Some of the Fokkers actually write it. People I was at school with, too; so I know they know better. 

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