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Words and Phrases I'd Be Happy to Never Hear Again [Dec. 6th, 2010|05:34 pm]
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[User Picture]From: kafuness
2010-12-06 11:46 pm (UTC)
I'm not sure if I understand "dance in the rain"?

The person saying "om nom nom" freaks me out in their accuracy.
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[User Picture]From: harveyjames
2010-12-08 03:03 am (UTC)
The person saying Om Nom Nom looks EXACTLY like me
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[User Picture]From: angeladunn
2010-12-08 12:10 am (UTC)
It is pretty awkward to hear people refer to actors only by their first name... I wish I understood why, but man I'm with you on that one.

FML is now going to be what I imagine whenever I read it, now. It will make me smile.
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[User Picture]From: tobyisawesome
2010-12-08 09:33 pm (UTC)
When it comes to first name actor-referencing, it's mainly the presumption that irks me.

"Can you believe what Kristen, Taylor, Britney, Lindsay, and/or Angelina said or did?!"

Please be more specific. There are millions of people with each of those names. Just because you're a magazine cover doesn't mean you can declare one person as the universe's official owner of that first name.
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[User Picture]From: harveyjames
2010-12-08 03:02 am (UTC)
How do you stand on 'a hurp durp'

What about the Om Nom Nom variant, 'Nom nom nom'
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[User Picture]From: tobyisawesome
2010-12-08 09:30 pm (UTC)
In my place and time, I don't think I hear "hurp durp", "herp a derp", or any variants with very much frequency. So I will reserve judgement on that phrase for the time being. I assume it's related to when someone says "derp" in relation to something they see as stupid?

As for "nom nom nom", it bothers me in the same way. Lots of people I like and respect use both of those, and it only really bugs me because it feels very "internet meme" and dates itself.
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[User Picture]From: harveyjames
2010-12-09 01:00 am (UTC)
The first time I saw nom nom nom it was in a Kate Beaton comic, and after that everyone did it. Ditto a hurp durp! She never does these things twice, but everyone who copies her does it ad infinitum
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[User Picture]From: mclovelyface
2010-12-12 05:37 pm (UTC)
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