A Twitter discussion started over words you at first used ironically then ended up using genuinely. What’s the dealio with that?
what is something you started saying as "a bit" and then became a part of your earnest language catalog??
— tasbeeh herwees (@THerwees) August 14, 2019
saying yeet out loud about everything is such a pure delight
— Helen Holmes (@helenbholmes) August 15, 2019
unfortunately 'bruh' and 'yeet'
— Helen Holmes (@helenbholmes) August 14, 2019
— Rüfüs Du Swole (@dances) August 14, 2019
I put an H in front of many words that begin with W.
— Mark (@MShrayber) August 14, 2019
Saying "later, nerds" when I leave a room
— Nick Barrett (@partyballoon_) August 15, 2019
Responding w/ the phrase "Huge, if true." anytime someone tells me something.
— Sam Evans (@ReallySamEvans) August 14, 2019
— madge (@mags_mclaugh) August 14, 2019
When people say “am” instead of “I am.” I would say it mockingly but now I’m like AM NAPPING! AM CRYING. AM NO LONGER SAYING THIS IRONICALLY
— DeAnna (@DeAnnurrr) August 14, 2019
Every time I look at a restaurant check I mutter “outrageous; I won’t pay it” and then proceed to pay the bill.
— Jordan A. (@Atchesonian) August 15, 2019
Also saying, “heard of it” after someone mentions something that literally everyone has heard of
— Timothée T'Chalamet (@GifGordon) August 14, 2019
From a 90s Seinfeld about annoying couples calling themselves "schmoopie" as a pet nickname, my wife & I used it as a joke to mock some friends for years and then each other until we one day in front of friends she walked by and said "hey can you help me carry this in, schmoop?"
— Matt Haughey (@mathowie) August 14, 2019
Saying "let's boogie" when it's time to leave a place
— Gabriella Paiella (@GMPaiella) August 14, 2019
Saying "what's poppin', hombre?"
— Harry Cherry (@NPIdiot) August 15, 2019
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