Expressions that make your liver fizz with anger

#1
Talking to a potential new client today, meeting going ok, small talk, usual bullshit, etc..
When she rudely asked me to “Hang on for a mo, I need to speak to my ‘hubby’”.
Five minutes of banal claptrap later she finishes off with;
“See you later, alligator” and gives a kind of camp growl.
To which ‘hubby’ replies, I know this because I could hear every mind-numbing word;
“See you in a while, crocodile” and repeats this little ‘Julian Claryesque’ roar.

Has anybody any other examples of annoying expressions that make you want to hit the speaker in the face with a hammer?

I can think of two others that make me apoplectic with rage;
“See you, wouldn’t want to be you.” And
“I’m not trying to be funny, but……” before they come out with some colossal insult.
 
#2
I hope you executed her on the spot with a hammer and chisel.
 
#4
"like"

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrrggggggggghhhhhhhhh
 

Tango

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#5
Anything repeatedly quoted from either Little Britain or Peter Kay

Not particularly funny to start with, all horrendously f*cking annoying, all repeated by people with cloth for brains.

For example, - "computer says no", "want that one", "booked it packed it, f*cked off", "cheesecake?" etc.

cnuts.

-edited to add examples
 
#6
Better off with map and nokia. If anyone says that again I am personally going to put his fcuking head into a blender, and fcuk him up the hoop with a 155mm shell.
 
#8
when I say "see you later" and they say "not if i see you first really gets my goat, so much so that i would like to rip out their eyes and pi55 on their brain.

oh and as already mentioned "not 3 bad" my ex boss used to say this!! fcuking to55er

edited for mongtard spelling :oops:
 
#10
"bye bye for now"

"hi"

fcuking grip my shit.

along with "whatever". :x
 
#11
Anyone posting on an internet forum in a Scottish 'accent' (ah wis oot ma heid, etc).
People putting the word 'tis', instead of 'it is'.

Again, cnuts, the lot of them.
 
#13
'No worries' unless said by an Aussie

'Peeps'

'Say again' or even worse 'say again over' on the telephone/in conversation.

'hiya'
 
#14
text speak on this forum grips my turd as well,fcuking chav,s have a lot to answer for.i need a text spell checker just to read my daughter,s homework these days. :x will people under the age of twenty ever write in english again?
 
#15
"At the end of the day" Cnut's


"I'm sorry but....." why? Cnut's


"Basically...." arggggg :evil:


"To be quiet honest......." :x

making those "quotey" sign's in the air when saying something feckin stupid, with a stupid look on their face :evil:
 
#17
'Consulting with our stakeholders'. Which really means we're going to give you 5 minutes to waffle to your heart's content just so you feel important for a bit and then we're going to do what we've already decided to do without bothering what about what you've said.

The only stake I want to hold is one I can ran into their eyeball and twist.
 
#18
Another head f*ck..
"OK, Jose"

One for Jibman, I witnessed some appalling cretin actually making a 'W' sign with her hands whilst mouthing the words "Whatever" without actually making a sound!
She touched her thumbs together and proceeded to make a double Nazi salute as a kind of ironic submissive gesture.
Pathetic!
 
#20
smartascarrots said:
'Consulting with our stakeholders'. Which really means we're going to give you 5 minutes to waffle to your heart's content just so you feel important for a bit and then we're going to do what we've already decided to do without bothering what about what you've said.

The only stake I want to hold is one I can ran into their eyeball and twist.
when these companies put you on hold and an automated munter drones "your call is important to us"! yes because its making them a fcuking fortune keeping you there,fcuking annoying. :roll:
 

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