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Old 04-17-2014, 09:48 AM   #57
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Old 04-17-2014, 10:14 AM   #58
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Just a quick reference. Searching the site, 1410 occurrences of the tired, overused cliche, "pulling the trigger".

Then why is nobody complaining about a phrase that appears 0VER 145,000. 102 times more frequently. That phrase: "Welcome to IRV2"




So just to keep it fresh, knock that off too.

Just because you say something often doesn't make it bad. Like "Thank you", You're welcome" and "I love you".
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Old 04-17-2014, 11:33 AM   #59
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How about the phrases "having said that" and "that being said". Those get used quite a bit also. I guess it makes the poster sound more studious and knowledgeable on the subject.

Having said that, I'm pulling the trigger on this thread.
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How about the phrases "having said that" and "that being said". Those get used quite a bit also. I guess it makes the poster sound more studious and knowledgeable on the subject.
My fav is "let me be honest here". Why? You're never honest otherwise??? ugh
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At work it's "I'll get back to you" Never happens.... starting to think it really means " It would be an effort for me to get you an answer, so it's easier to pretend I forgot about the issue and it will go away". !
Have to agree!
Wouldn't you agree that the general consensus here is that we are all getting a bit tired of all of these cliches that we hear each and every day ad nauseum!!
This is an excellent thread to vent!
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Have to agree!
Wouldn't you agree that the general consensus here is that we are all getting a bit tired of all of these cliches that we hear each and every day ad nauseum!!
This is an excellent thread to vent!

Yes. We should create new cliches every week.
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