I keep asking myself how this pattern can be reversed, how we can keep non-atomized existence accessible for those of modest means. And I keep coming up with either a) plague, b) bees, or c) even more bees. And the rich people are already killing the bees.
Chumbawamba is maybe not the band you think they are?
So you're bemoaning a lack of originality on a site that #encourages #rampant #hashtag #use #likeitsgoingoutofstyle? #ruserious #seriously #comeonnow
Sarcasm aside, if you're taking issue with something that is a consequence of the central features of Twitter, maybe it would be better to not be on Twitter?
I do think using "spoiler alert" as an of-the-moment idiom sort of retains a certain respectibility, as long as it's used with some irony, for example, to answer a rhetorical question with sarcastic emphasis: "Are people on Reddit as funny as they think they are? (Spoiler Alert: Nope.)"
Eh. I make so many legit, bad decisions during the day, I can't worry about twitter phraseology.
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Well, sure, all snowclones will eventually become annoying if only by mere overuse, but also keep in mind that 10 years ago we ha
Guys, what's with this trend of people answering the phone with "Hello?" It's like so overplayed.
@dntsqzthchrmn Careful. He's got three grafs on "Huh." that he's been saving up for a special occasion.
I am actually fine with this article but everyone is guilty of at least one of those things.
"Like trolling itself, the phrase doesn’t actually mean much of anything." Trolling doesn't mean anything. Huh. Tell me again where you work?