Most irritating expressions in 2004
It must be winter in Canada - WHERE is the sun??????????? what else can be responsible for my foul mood, but is anyone else tired of these words - some of which are the most irritating expressions of 2004?
BLOG Â and its variations, including blogger, blogged, blogging, blogosphere. Many who nominated it were unsure of the meaning. Sounds like something your mother would slap you for saying.
"Sounds like a VikingÂs drink thatÂs better than grog, or a technique to kill a frog." Teri Vaughn, Anaheim, Calif.
"Maybe itÂs something that would be stuck in my toilet." Â Adrian Whittaker, Dundalk, Ontario. "I think the words ÂjournalÂ and ÂdiaryÂ need to come back." Â T. J. Allen, Shreveport, La.
OR two words that (previously used to mean something only to people having problems in the bedroom) that are now even making ME worry even if I'M NOT HAVING IT between Friday night and Monday morning:
ER*CTILE DYSF*NCTION Â Do we need to hear about it daily on TV and radio, even on racecars? Firmly rejected by the committee. "Too much information!" Carolyn Jamsa, Chillicothe, Ill.
If I hear one more Viagra ad I'll scream!