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People who say "less" when they mean "fewer" ought to be turned into soup, the soup fed to baboons and the baboons fired into an active volcano. What has you grinding your teeth with rage, and why?

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(, Thu 31 Mar 2011, 14:36)
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At the end of the day, obviously.
That first little phrase drives me mental. Not actually mental, but it does make me clench my teeth and arse every time I hear it.

It's like this, at the end of the day, I am going home. So whatever you are saying won't matter much then.

Don't get me started on "obviously". One of the (very lovely) ladies who I work with says it all of the time, it makes me feel angry when she says it when she is establishing something that is a statement of fact, rather than explaining the situation. "Obviously Mr. Brown spent all of his money on paint." When it's only obvious to her, and not the customer that she is talking too.

Having said that, the customers don't appear to mind, so I should, and will, keep my pissyness to myself. Well, apart from the fact that I am ranting a little here.
(, Mon 4 Apr 2011, 18:14, 4 replies)
You will love this link then
(, Mon 4 Apr 2011, 19:39, closed)
Seeing as it is actually the end of the day
I can justifiably say that at the end of the day, I didn't like that link.
(, Mon 4 Apr 2011, 22:10, closed)
Even the moment when he says "at the end of may" and there is silence after. Pure genius.
(, Tue 5 Apr 2011, 5:51, closed)
at the end of the day,
most people eat breakfast.
(, Wed 6 Apr 2011, 0:32, closed)

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