What is your catchphrase, or something you find yourself saying often?
By - Not-N-Extrovert
An attempt is a failure and a failure is an attempt.
Wait, what...how is an attempt a failure if you achieve your aim from attempting?
Isn't it more like, *attempt can lead to failure, and failure can lead to more attempts?*
Dont think about.
But I'm attempting to understand.
Its not suppose to have any meaning.
That's not how this works, NewShake. That's not how any of this works!
Well thats the whole point of it.
“So yeah, that’s how I ended up in Wisconsin with only the clothes on my back and a pineapple in my carry-on”
It's nothing to write home about.
maybe cliché, but I use "it's not rocket science" a lot lately.
I started saying "Okey dokey" as a gag two or three years ago and now it's widespread. Who knew?
I'll throw in an 'artichokee' at the end sometimes to switch it up.
Variety's the spice of life! :)
Does an eyeroll count as a catchphrase?
“Sometimes you need to go backwards in order to go forwards”
I say this ironically and unironically
No matter how good you are there's always someone better than you(not mine a guy was trash talking my freind for being good at volleyball my freind said this line and i thought this was so cool)
Don’t have a cow, man!
*It is what it is.*
In other words, I'm about to lose my fucking mind and if I don't say my little thing, I'm going to lose my fucking mind and if I don't say my little thing, I'm going to lose my fucking mind.
When people tell me about something they don't like about themselves, or a habit/characteristic they don't want, I tell them that recognising they don't like it and knowing that it isn't right is the first step toward change. Turning around and going, hey, I don't like this, I want things to be different, at least shows you're aware and now you can move toward fixing or changing that part of you.
But don't just be aware- there's always another opportunity to start changing for the better! :)
I say 'eeeeeh' a lot now.
“Play with fire and you’re gonna get burned”. I know, cliche as hell
“Here for a good time not a long time”. Whenever my dad criticises what I eat and when I drink red bull in front of him I trot that old one out. Fuck being 80/90 with all my family gone. I also like the quote from Game of thrones “if we die we die, but first we’ll live” so I say that in place of the first one sometimes.
Not me but an english speaking friend of a friend would always inform us that he's "going to piss out of my urethra" before we went to the toilet. Not sure how else one would piss, but I found the clarification funny.
Bc of some TikTok video....
Don't put it down...put it away
DONT put it down...put it away
Don't put it down....put it AWAY
It's really helped me be a tidier person
I regularly insult my husband by calling him a dingus
'Quite frankly', I don't even know why I started saying it but I definitely overuse it now
foda-se , meaning fuck that in portuguese, every one say that in portugal, just give 6 months and u will start saying as well, xD
bruh, most replies to anything is bruh now
I say "imma bounce" a lot