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We all have words we don't like to use, and hate it when others use it too much!

So what are the words, that aren't included in your own
Vocabulary ?






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'Oh my God' or 'Jesus Christ' these are the 2 that really annoy me. They are said for anything and there is nothing worse than saying God or Allahs name for nothing. It's even in texting with OMG.
The scenario - someone talking to a friend saying 'oh my God I saw the most beautiful pair of shoes in ........':asteghfir:

Shaqiq said "Weeping over past (misdeeds), being afraid of perpetrating a sin again, forsaking the company of evildoers, and adhering to the company of righteousness - these are the hallmarks of a (sincere) repentence."

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I don't have a problem with the above in the right context, we're supposed to call to God in situations for help. If not used as a cuss/swear word.

Some people have sayings they keep repeating which really irritate me, like "don't teach your grandmother to suck eggs", "at the end of the day" & can't remember some of the others some people have driven me mad with. Oh yes, many people say "innit" on the end of every sentence here! They say "axe" instead of "ask", "I axe you" & "I ask you" shouldn't mean same
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"Are you free today ??"

I don't like this question ... It makes me think twice before I answer it ..
why don't you just tell me what you are up to without asking such a question .. ??

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" What's new?"

I don't like this quetion!

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I don't have a problem with the above in the right context, we're supposed to call to God in situations for help. If not used as a cuss/swear word.

Some people have sayings they keep repeating which really irritate me, like "don't teach your grandmother to suck eggs", "at the end of the day" & can't remember some of the others some people have driven me mad with. Oh yes, many people say "innit" on the end of every sentence here! They say "axe" instead of "ask", "I axe you" & "I ask you" shouldn't mean same



That's my point. It being used in the wrong context and as a cuss. Of course we should call to Allah for help.

I agree with your other ones too. Very irritating.

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"i am giving up" i am doomed",well i do use these words sometimes when i feel traped ,but i don't really mean what i am saying,lol

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" What's new?"

I don't like this quetion!

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I don't like these two: 'Teress' + 'el waghesh'
The first one means man in plural 'trariss'. The second means young men the feminine is 'el waghshette'
Though they are part of the legacy :D I can't stand them
Oh there's also 'el bazzzzzzzz' meaning kids. We say 'drari'. But here in SBA, they say 'bazz' with emphasis on the 'z'
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