Words or phrases that are like nails down a chalk/blackboard

Shouldn’t that be “What the hell is that like?”

It’s like “um” or other verbal fillers

Are ‘sexton’ and ‘parson’ ok?

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More sherry, Vicar?

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It may have been mentioned before…. “Headspace”. Just heard someone say “I wonder what’s going in his headspace”. Huh?

Uptick
Leverage

I work in finance and these are common place corporate bullsh**
Being UK based leverage is always pronounced American way which adds to annoyance.
First world problems :grinning:.

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Norwich City nil…

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Think that one’s already been accepted into common usage!

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Yes, all too true…unfortunately.

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As a wee boy, following in dad’s footsteps, I really did believe, when the day’s results were being read out on the radio, that my football team was indeed named Partick Thistle nil. :face_holding_back_tears:

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Reminds me of Eric Morecambe’s East Fife 4 Forfar 5

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And usually preceding a price unrelated to value

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Physicalcaiity