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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by malg, 11 Mar 2018.
In that situation its the only answer you can give.
Yes but same meaning isn't it?
I have no idea.
Never used, or heard use, it is what it is...so it might be!
"I'm not being funny but,"
Translation: It's absolutely certain that the next thing I say will involve you being a complete and utter twat.
I agree with this malg, I hate that modern day cliche more than any other.
I also hate a couple of modern day football cliches that Mark Hughes flogged to death.
''We needed to step up to the plate".... Why? I could understand a bit more if his Stoke team was full of umpa lumpas, but most of them were the size of Easter Island statues! Makes me wonder how big this plate was.
Also used to bug me with his repeated use of "we didn't ask them enough questions today"... Maybe if he concentrated on being a manager instead of trying to be Magnus fuckin' Magnuson he'd still be in a job.
Bee beep beep beep. I've started so I'll finish.
Like literally, so annoying.
People who say I'm speechless, you aren't because you've just spoken. You twat
It's so "complicated"
FFS Pep, stop saying "complicated"
At the end of the day, if the ball had gone in the net, it would have been a goal