Top 10 Annoying Expressions We All Hate



Top 10 Most Annoying Phrases Heard Throughout Everyday Life
Please, please stop saying these. For this list, we’ll be looking at the most irritating expressions that people use on an all-too-regular basis. They either make no sense, are often used incorrectly, are worn out, or . . . well are just plain dumb! Welcome to WatchMojo, and today we’re counting down our picks for the Top 10 Most Annoying Phrases Heard Throughout Everyday Life.
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10. “Yeah, No”
9. “If I Were You…”
8. “Same Difference”
7. “I Could Care Less”
6. “Just Saying”
5. “It Is What It Is”
4. “Boys Will Be Boys”
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23 Comments

  1. Alright, I'll agree that some words are misused in context, in sentences, or simply sarcastic reactions but it's really a trend.
    There's some overused words with similar contexts that could be challenged but otherwise nothing actually surprising.
    My point is: words are creatively structured to fit basic understanding and inevitably become trends that evolve or fade.
    Also, honestly, sarcasm is fucking hilarious when used by actual witty people. Half-witted people are prone to insults.

  2. I meant if people could exit their own body and enter a fictional characters body then I would believe in God. Since I don’t believe in god The phrase everything happens for a reason Along with God has a plan for everyone is an annoying phrase also I know people don’t mean it this way but that also implies that all criminals have a good reason for committing the crime‘s that they committed.That’s what Calvin’s believe

  3. I meant if everyone could do that but I needed it more than most people at that time

  4. I meant if everyone can do that but I needed it more than most people at the time

  5. Go off on a tangent I feel like be easier to believe in a god if I could just exit my body and going to a fictional characters body whenever I wanted because I used to be super obsessed with Mario and sonic it’s funny how there are a lot of religious references in video games and video games are considered fictional and them princess Rosalina even though she’s not technically a religious reference she still the same basic concept of a higher power

  6. The phrase everything happens for a reason is similar to the phrase God has a plan for everyone Which is also a very annoying phrase even though it’s well intended

  7. Related to No. 2, who is the comedian that does a bit in which he prefaces something with "I'm not racist, but…" then says follows with something not at all racist? So e.g. "I swear I'm not racist, but this steak is overdone" or "I'm not racist but I've never understood the appeal of live theater."

    (For what it's worth, I live in a Northern California college town, so finding such things is getting harder to do. For example, if I said "I'm not racist but I prefer Diet Coke over Diet Pepsi," I'm sure eventually I'd get a 30-minute diatribe that any preference to Coke is tantamount to adopting a "Southern Strategy", which in turn is rooted in racism.)

  8. Funny video by a channel that overuses certain words. (c.f. my Official WatchMojo Overuse Of The Word "Iconic" Drinking Game)

    By the way, "if I were you" sounds patronizing because most of the time, the person to whom you're saying it is so stupid that you can't help but patronize. More situational than connotative.

  9. How about “you do you” I hate that one

  10. "I know, right?"
    "Back in the day."
    "Epic."
    "You know…"

  11. No offense but there is literally way too much Jim Carey in this video…I’m just sayin..

  12. I absolutely hate the phrase "you all set?" I want to say no I'm not a table. …also, "be mindful…" always make you sound like a douche…

  13. On competition TV shows : "I'm not here to make friends"

  14. Jussttt…as ohhhh ITS A COINCIDENCE😅😅✌😎🤪

  15. Whats worse than people using literally in stead of figuratively in the correct context, is using literally to emphasize an already literal truth, as if saying literally in the same sentence make it even more so. Ie: I literally cant find the remote, or I literally stubbed my toe, or, Your literally so annoying.

  16. "… and what not…"

  17. Even more annoying: "If I <was> you…"
    I propose this workaround: "I could care less"… but I won't, because I refuse to expend any additional mental energy on this bs

  18. At the end of the day should've been #1

  19. Number one: get up it's time for school

  20. No offense, but i literally say each of these saying every day. Just saying….

  21. I would love, love, LOVE it if we could retire the word 'Amazing.' That's everyone's go-to description for an above average experience. O, consult a thesaurus already.

  22. You can't say boys will be boys anymore? oh boy

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