ANSWERS: 22
  • DEBT!!!!!
  • " Nucular "
  • Not so much words, as phrases. 1) "It is what it is." I hate that pseudo-zen bullcrap 2) "Moving forward." Usually in the context of "We'll [do this or that] moving forward. It's a throwaway phrase tacked on to the end of a sentence to give the illusion of progress. Can't stand it.
  • In response to the things I say -- WHATEVER. I hate that word. It's so lazy. Second is "meh." Which is just another version of "whatever."
  • "Format"
  • Yes I hate the word beginning with F has four letters and means an explosion of gas from the rectum. I just cannot help it I HATE HATE HATE the word.
  • Sweetie. As in calling it me.
  • "Ex-wife"
  • Liver. I have no idea why, it just scares me.
  • dentist (just had a real bad experience with one.. paid the idiot $150.00 to pull a bad tooth and he pulled the wrong one and did permanent damage to another one)
  • Amazing. Everything is "Amazing" these days. I had an Amazing experience, it was so Amazing, the people here are Amazing and it's Amazing how many people on television have Amazing experiences that are just so Amazing it's really Amazing Amazing Amazing Amazing Amazing Amazing Amazing Amazing Amazing. I counted 14 Amazings in six minutes one time while watching "The Bachelorette (Hey, I was forced to watch). Amazing.
  • House-Mother
  • Moderation (in answerbag)
  • yeah, "tools" when used in psychological relations. Like "you need some tools to overcome these problems" or "we need to work on your getting some tools to work more focused" OR "you have to develop your tools to meet new people" ARRGH!! KIIILL
  • I cant even write it! Starts with a 'C' ends with a 'T' and i just want to slap anyone who says it.I had the misfortune of meeting a woman who said it the other night!I was shocked and asked her not to say that word.There were kids running around the yard.Needless to say she left.
  • Civil disobedience
  • Civil disobedience is the active refusal to obey certain laws, demands and commands of a government, or of an occupying power, without resorting to physical violence. It is one of the primary tactics of nonviolent resistance. In its most nonviolent form (known as ahimsa or satyagraha) it could be said that it is compassion in the form of respectful disagreement. Civil disobedience is one of the many ways people have rebelled against unfair laws. It has been used in many well-documented nonviolent resistance movements in India (Gandhi's social welfare campaigns and campaigns for independence from the British Empire), in South Africa in the fight against apartheid, in the American Civil Rights Movement, Jehovah's Witnesses' stand against the Nazis (1929-1945), and in peace movements worldwide. One of its earliest massive implementations was by Egyptians against the British occupation in the nonviolent 1919 Revolution. The American author Henry David Thoreau pioneered the modern theory behind this practice in his 1849 essay Civil Disobedience, originally titled "Resistance to Civil Government". The driving idea behind the essay was that of self-reliance, and how one is in morally good standing as long as one can "get off another man's back"; so one does not have to physically fight the government, but one must not support it or have it support one (if one is against it). This essay has had a wide influence on many later practitioners of civil disobedience. In the essay, Thoreau explained his reasons for having refused to pay taxes as an act of protest against slavery and against the Mexican-American War.
  • when someone pronounces bravo as brave-oh i don't know why it just drives me nuts
  • "POTTEY" I just cannot stand that word and it almost makes me hural! It is bothering me to even type it here! You can use just about any other word for going to the "bathroom" and it is fine; doesn't bother me.

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