Davie Dunnit’s Disparaging Dictionary will help you understand exactly how annoying your tiresome attempts to be “cool” or “hip” or “groovy” are to those around you who have matured, emotionally and mentally, beyond the elementary school level. Some linguists may be tsk-
— Are you at least 90 years old, super cute, with several dozen grandkids? If not, just don’t say this. (The age limit can be begrudgingly lowered to 55 for those named Maybelle.)
— This is a noun, not a verb. Current linguistic trends indicate that by 2014, “The victim used beast as a verb” will be a legal defense against manslaughter in at least thirty countries.
— Unless you have caught a ride with Marty McFly and you are actually in the 1980s, trying to fit in, do not use this word.
broheim/ brohiem (and others) — This word cannot be spelled properly because it has no right to exist, and the English language is trying to reject it. Take the hint.
— No. (This term is self- defeating, in that it induces rage in any educated person who hears it.)
— If you have the articulatory apparatus necessary to pronounce coincidence correctly, then you must do so.
— Unless you are Enkidu, and saddened that you did not die in battle, this term is inappropriate.
— Is your name Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr.? If not, you are not cool enough to pull this off. Stop trying now while you have a shred of dignity left.
— Yes, your command of English is bad. Do better.
out — Grammar/ whatever? If you do not suffer aphasia, do not speak like you suffer aphasia.
— Most typos simply die out. This one should, too.
— Alas, it is not. It’s vapid. As are you. Stop it.
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