So I’ve come to realize that the last couple of posts I put together were a little on the darker, deeper side, so I thought that I would lighten things up a bit.
Those who have maybe even met me once or twice before (or just follow me social media, to be honest) have probably put together that my vocabulary on a daily basis isn’t exactly broad; I’ve even been told a couple times before that I sometimes sound like I’m from the valley.
From just reading my posts, you probably wouldn’t think that, but if you talk to me either face-to-face, through texts, or even if you just follow me on Facebook, you might agree with those people. I guess you can say that I don’t follow the typical Brentwood vernacular. Hell, sometimes I don’t even understand what my voice actually sounds like, because I change the way I speak so often. I vary everywhere from valley girl to ghetto to middle-aged Italian woman to foul-mouthed truck driver to your mother’s stereotypical whiny Jewish friend.
I really wish I was exaggerating, but I’m not; my vernacular is kind of all over the place. So here’s a list of fourteen things that I definitely say way too often, and should probably pull the reins in on:
- Well damn
- That sucks
- I love this song
- I’m over today
- Why can’t today be Friday
- Yeah no
- I can’t even
- Done / I’m done / I’m so done
- Gotta blast
Prompt: List phrases that you might say more often than some people would feel necessary.