My old boss would often say "with that said" all the time.
It may not make you a douchebag, but it does make you a poor communicator when someone thanks you and you respond with "no problem."
However, if you say "no problemo," then you definitely ARE a douche.
What's wrong with saying no problem? Just seems really particular especially if I did a physical favor for some one and not just offer a compliment or something that really requires no effort.
After reviewing a few pages of this: it seems like if you put some serious thought into the words that make someone a douche bag, you are a complete douche bag yourself.
I'ma ball at the mall shuttin' down the sea wall
Last edited by romanticizer; 03-13-2012 at 10:18 PM.
Overuse of the word BOMB.
I'm far too lazy to look through this whole thread, and I'm sure it's been mentioned excessively... but "sick". ffs, WHY?!
Don't let anyone tell you "Word" is douchey.
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But, using words in general is. All words. Thread full circle.
Once in a while I'll say "word, b".
Clearly I'm a tool.
Hey stinky, let's get weird with each other next time we're at a fest.
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Bitches always want to take my word for it.
It's like an entire family of frogs suspended in a battenberg cake. I mean.
Yep, for sure, I’d like to see a return to “yes” or “no” answer values. “Yes Sir”, “No Maam”. Do everyone a favor and give it to them straight. Don’t circle your head in the sky searching for more, swirling around because you want attention. “Look at me talk! I’m on a roll! Don’t you find me attractive and an asset doing this!?”. Like a woman still writing checks at the grocery store. Put your loneliness aside and use a credit or ATM card. No glossing, no sugar coating. Give it to em straight. Present the information as concise as possible. Often that’s just a “yes” or “no”.
Yes Mister LeHorne, I WILL get off your lawn.
almost got it
Only douches say lawn. It's grass, man.
But lawn refers to front yard specifically. Grass is too vague.