You’ve read Four Things I’d Like Humans To Stop Doing, as well as Four More Things I’d Like Humans To Stop Doing. Now I hereby present More Four More Things I’d Like Humans To Stop Doing.
Yep, everyone is hereby banned from farting. (Except for me. I’m allowed to.)
More Four More Things I’d Like Humans To Stop Doing
Using Creepy Photos
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Having Spare Time
I feel like I should have more spare time than others and it’s just rude when time isn’t automatically donated to me. Someone invent that for me?
Using Google as a Verb
This has bugged me for years. I can’t do it. I also don’t know why it bugs me but it does. I have to say “look it up on the internet” even though that’s approximately 10 million times wordier.
What “thing” do you want humans to stop doing?
10 Replies to “More Four More Things I’d Like Humans To Stop Doing”
Googling is totally a verb! 😛 😛
It’s one I irrationally cannot get behind.
Making up new words – I saw one in Canberra last week – we are signalising this intersection – seriously is that actually a word?? Not to me it isn’t! #lifethisweek
It seems like overkill to invent a word for a basic upgrade.
I use google as a verb all of the time. I guess it’s because I don’t think of there being any other competition… I’ll ‘bing’ that? *grimace*
Actually does Bing still exist?
Haha well there is the lack of competition – that’s true!
lol…I use google as a verb all the time. The one I can’t stand is when people talk about reaching out or getting some facetime with someone.
Was that in use before facetime as in video calls?
Google has entered our venacular.
Farting has always been part of our household..
Now, a word….I am thinking I get annoyed at previous versions of words becoming a verb.
For example. It used to be that Team A versus Team B was a statement and it was described as a match. NOW…and even a few years back “versing” became a verb.
I am glad I am not responsible for teaching anyone any more.
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Oh I hadn’t heard versing. It sounds wrong!