Daily Prompt: No Thank You   5 comments

Dear BJ,

I would immediately banish the word like from every day usage.  You know, like get rid of it. I mean like, it’s not even used in a meaningful way.   Of course some people might like to use it like, to say they like something. I am so over the way that it is inserted into every sentence to like, add umph to a message or to liken something to something else like you know  Of course who am I to get rid of a word, like I have that power.  If you can’t tell I don’t care (like) for this word anymore.

Bill

P.S. I hope this pings back here:  http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/06/22/daily-prompt-no/

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Posted June 22, 2013 by Balvah in Uncategorized

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  1. Approved so I can see what it says.

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  3. I guess I can’t hit the “you know what button”.

  4. Pingback: Daily Prompt: No, Thank You | MKG- Memories-Keepsakes-Gifts

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