Why the **** use of "would of" instead of "would have" these days gaining popularity?
Because it sounds like "would've" and teenagers are too ****ing stupid to tell the difference.
just like the abomination that is "I brang"
"Don't be so bias".
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"His a idiot"
What's with "We're versing so-and-so on the weekend"? Really ****s me to tears. Are you sitting down writing poetry with the other team or something? It's an expression I had never heard until about 5-10 years ago, and it's used widely these days.
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Mixing up "then" and "than" does it for me. I find it ****ing ridiculous.
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I just trolled SS with this link. Thought it belongs here. Literally the Worst Mistake You Could Ever Make
Correctly, “literally” should be used when a turn of phrase usually employed in a metaphorical sense enjoys a rare moment of non-metaphorical applicability: the phrase becomes true in a literal, words-meaning-exactly-what-they-say sense.
RIP Phil Hughes. Forever 63*
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