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Well, if phrases count, the next time I hear, "and so forth" after each
sentence I'm gonna blow a cork.
The other one that drives me nuts is, "See what I'm sayin'?"
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Of Eric Bolton
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Subject: RE: Most annoying word
Our Product Planning director uses the phrases "leverage" and "going
forward" way too often to the point of distraction. "We need to leverage
our resources to the best of our ability, going forward."
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