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There are things that some people say which are the verbal equivalent of fingernails vs blackboard. One of mine is those who can't say the plural of "text", instead saying "texes". What does it … Read More
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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
There are things that some people say which are the verbal equivalent of fingernails vs blackboard.

One of mine is those who can't say the plural of "text", instead saying "texes".

What does it for you?????
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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
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#1
Ha, I could go on for ever!
Brought and bought.
There, their and they're.
Advise, advice.

Just realised actually, those are mostly written, but for verbal, brought and bought and pacific instead of specific!
#2
'of' and 'have'
#3
calling an mp3 player an mp3 ?!?
#4
rose_cat_jr
Ha, I could go on for ever!
Brought and bought.
There, their and they're.
Advise, advice.


ah, but that's the written word, i meant spoken word. such as "us went there" instead of "we"
#5
When people pronounce "something" as "someTHINK"
#6
would of instead of would have
should of instead of should have

and the king of all not using WAS and WERE properly, my OH does this and it winds me up cos im worried i'll end up picking up his bad habits
#7
Innit doe!!!
Well bad!
tuuuurah!
(talking with false / improvised accents - either trying to be Chavvy or trying to be posh)

Arrrrrggg!!!

Vicki Pollard all over!
#8
you should come to Glasgow sometime if you want to hear english spoken properly:whistling:
#9
Pasghetti instead of spaghetti

Crimbo - Christmas
Tommy k - ketchup
Deccies - decorations
Of - have
Somethink - something
Evrrythink - everything
Leccie - electricity

Probably loads more too!
#10
white people who speak like they are black! these are the worst offenders in the world!

idiots who use words like "brah" because they think its cool,but cant see how stupid it is because the people they hang around with are equally stupid.

and dont get me started on "chillaxing"
#11
Mataland - really bugs me!

Oh and my son says askED instead of asked but he is only 5 so let him off.
#12
when people say "can I lend this off you?" WTF! Its borrow! winds me up so much.

Also in lichfield lots of people say tooth pronounced "tuth"... speak properly people!
#13
Mine is when black people say axe or axed instead of ask or asked
#14
to be fair
to be honest

my bad - especially when said by 40 something fathers who think they are still hip and cool and trendy
#15
"babby" instead of BABY and people that say "AN historic"
#16
barky
idiots who use words like "brah" because they think its cool,but cant see how stupid it is because the people they hang around with are equally stupid.


My mate uses the term Brah a lot, but he is allowed as he was born and raised in Hawaii, anyone else that uses it is a twonk.
#17
i hate the way chavs speak !!

Any of my mates speak like chavs they get a slap !
#18
innit (isn't it)
summit (some thing)
ere (here)
Kett-rin (Kettering)

To name but a few!!
#19
Shellywelly
when people say "can I lend this off you?" WTF! Its borrow! winds me up so much.

Also in lichfield lots of people say tooth pronounced "tuth"... speak properly people!


A friend of mine from Bridgwater does this, it's really annoying! :?
#20
barky
white people who speak like they are black! these are the worst offenders in the world


Totally agree, can you imagine these people at a job interview!!
banned#21
"At the end of the day"
"Ticks all the boxes"
Chimley instead of chimney
#22
Football pundits who say "I hope we get a result today"

of course you will get a result! win,lose or draw-thats a result isnt it?
#23
Trogglescow
innit (isn't it)
summit (some thing)
ere (here)
Kett-rin (Kettering)

To name but a few!!


But it is kettrin!!! Sorry thats how i say it lol
#24
People that say all their sentences like questions

I mainly hear American girls speak like this
#25
Footballers stating 'you know' in interviews !! If we knew we wouldn't flippin ask !!!
#26
'Can I get...' instead of 'Can I have..'
just a heads up
just want to touch base

i could be here all night...........
banned#27
jimmy_jam
Mine is when black people say axe or axed instead of ask or asked


"arcs" :thumbsup:
#28
"I didn't see nothing"
"I don't have nothing"
"I ain't got nothing"... and so on.

Confusion between 'that' & 'which'.

"Awesome!"

A lack of manners in general.

(and... no doubt this sign-off will feature in the pet hates list of more than one HotUKDeals member)

BFN,

fp.
#29
Medsin when they mean medicine
Sekitry when they meansecretary (BBC News "the home sekitry"!)
between you and I when they mean between you and me
between the three of us when they mean among the three of us
less than 10 items when they mean fewer than 10 items (supermarkets)
England when they mean Britain :whistling:
Grrrrrrr!
#30
wagwan

waz diz fred bout den

i h8 it whn ppl spk in txt spk on sytes lyke facebk

nd most of da tyme dey make wurds da same length as da orinalz

gt me fam
banned#31
cannyscot

England when they mean Britain :whistling:


Or people describing the Union Jack as the "English Flag":x

"then" rather than "than" irritates me!
#32
Surely when people say 'lol' has to be the worst?
#33
boardingnuts;8910402
Surely when people say 'lol' has to be the worst?

Laughed out loud at this!
#34
boardingnuts
Surely when people say 'lol' has to be the worst?


lol...

haha, I use it all the time theres an awesome cartoon somewhere which shows a guy sitting at computer with no expression and typing lol. "lol!!" :p
#35
I can get terribly confused when my Asian friends say something is bad, i never know whether it is good bad or bad bad.

Likewise,'sick'
#36
boardingnuts
Surely when people say 'lol' has to be the worst?


cannyscot
Laughed out loud at this!


my friend actually SAYS lol, if someone says something funny she laughs then says lol guess shes used to it from texting a lot LOL
#37
ilovelilac
my friend actually SAYS lol, if someone says something funny she laughs then says lol guess shes used to it from texting a lot LOL


Thats exactly what I mean!!
I can cope with people writing lol, it's when they actually say it that drives me nuts!
#38
My Dad also winds me up, you're giving him a phone number for customer services, and he says
How do you spell customer? c-o?
C-U
C-O-C-U
**thinks to self, FFS ** No, C-U

Even with small simple words he has to ask how to spell it.
#39
boardingnuts
Thats exactly what I mean!!
I can cope with people writing lol, it's when they actually say it that drives me nuts!


haha, I say it sometimes as well

LOL

funny stuff
#40
The kids in Manchester has taken to saying ASWELL (Like how you would say Roswell) as if it was one word and not saying As Well. Its very annoying.

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