No Worries

Kreskin
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When going through a drive-thru this morning the guy at the window responded to my thank yous with 'no worries'. Twice. That saying is even worse than 'no problem'.

A guy I know, who is here from South Korea, said he struggles with some common sayings. He said he thanked someone for opening a door for him, and that person responded with 'you betcha'. He asked me to explain it, for which was laughable to try.

What common sayings or phrases drive you crazy?
 
Hoof Hearted
#2
"Have a good one"

It almost seems like encouragement for your next bowel movement.
 
MHz
#3
'Here, let me help you with that.' when it is not yet a 'chaos moment'.
 
DaSleeper
#4
There you go again.....
Spamming every bloody thread on the board, talking to yourself!
 
MHz
#5
Pissed and it isn't even noon yet. I was 'forced into it'

"What common sayings or phrases drive you crazy?"


WTFuk are you even on this thread for unless you are, . . . wait for it, . . a fuking troll.
 
MHz
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeper View Post

talking to yourself!

Sorry but you don't have a say in how I combat the 'silent treatment' from the collective.
 
Tecumsehsbones
#7
"Your vote matters."
 
MHz
#8
'Vote early, vote often' means what in the USofA
 
NZDoug
#9
"Thank you so much" instead of "thank you very much".
"What about thank you too much"?
Do you want too much on your hot dog?
 
Tecumsehsbones
+1
#10
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

'Vote early, vote often' means what in the USofA

It means "Take your pills."
 
MHz
#11
Cough. You missed a few memos from Cantada, . . . cough.
 
Johnnny
+1
#12
None. If people aren't being aggressive or negative then nothing they say annoys me.

You just need to have patience and understand everybody expresses themselves differently.
 
Jinentonix
#13
"What's up"? It's a two letter word for a direction, dumbass.
 
Johnnny
#14
Quote: Originally Posted by Jinentonix View Post

"What's up"? It's a two letter word for a direction, dumbass.

Whats up dawg?
 
DaSleeper
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

'Vote early, vote often' means what in the USofA

Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

It means "Take your pills."

One of these days..... you will read a MHz post and if it makes sense to you....?
Well..... that's the day you start worrying about your own sanity.................
 
MHz
#16
Is anybody interested in how they scored in the Galactic IQ Tests? Sorry I couldn't give advance notice but who in their right mind would mess up their own mark, total dummy maybe and they are as rare as smelling a popcorn fart in a hurricane.
 
NZDoug
#17
She`eel be right, mate.
 
MHz
#18
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeper View Post

One of these days..... you will read a MHz post and if it makes sense to you....?
Well..... that's the day you start worrying about your own sanity.................

I agree that you are 'in sane'.
 
Blackleaf
#19
Yeah, bro.
 
NZDoug
#20
Sweet as!
 
bill barilko
#21
True Confessions Time here-I sometime use the antipodean expression 'No Worries' and my excuse is that I used to work with a lot of them.

Curiously I was often complimented by antipodean tour guests for my clear pronunciation and standard dialect making their visit to Canada so much easier.
 
NZDoug
#22
Oki doki, poki.
 
Danbones
#23
I use it because I had an nice Assie galfriend for a while...but I use it when there are Worries

As in: " no worries dood, that dozer is likely going to take out your lunch box when you aren't paying attention to it, and it won't matter what kind of sandwiches your wife made for you while she was on the rag." Please move it, and the truck it's sitting in, out of the way.
 
MHz
#24
She sounds tough, are you like the 'wife' in the story?
Last edited by MHz; 2 weeks ago at 01:05 AM..
 
NZDoug
#25
Not a problem.
 
Tecumsehsbones
#26
Quote: Originally Posted by NZDoug View Post

Not a problem.

What's the deal with "fair um?"
 
NZDoug
#27
Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

What's the deal with "fair um?"

too me its kind of a form of Auzzie dorkism.
Strictly an over the hill gang phrase.
I like "Onya!" with is Kiwi for "good on ya'.
 
MHz
#28
'Over the Hill Gang' is a bit different for Indians.

Here is the version from 'the horse's mouth'.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkIl...&start_radio=1
 
NZDoug
#29
“My bad” sucks.
 

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