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Americans find the following words or phrases the most annoying read more.

And for a bonus laugh or two, read the comments to the article.

My personal annoying habit (that I can’t break myself of no matter how hard I try) is using “was like” in my daily diatribes, as I regale the happenings in my life in verbal form.   I tell myself, “Drop the use of  ‘was like’, seriously!”  and before I know it I’m in full boat usage of the words…”and then, Rob was like, Carol Ann, what did you do to my computer…and I was like, why is always my fault…”  you get the picture. 

What is one to do to break these annoying habits one has?

Ideas, anyone?

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About cakboliv

Born in Cochabamba, Bolivia to wonderful missionary parents, Howard and Maxine Morarie. Grew up in Bolivia, both in a remote jungle village

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  1. Jenny says:

    HAHAHAHAHA!!!! I say “like” and “was like” and “I’m all”, and “he was all”… all the time! So funny, this was a great laugh!

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