Words that piss me off, are ''Arrow'' and ''Knee''.
Two of them.
1)" U Mad??, or "Problem?" or pretty much anything associated with a trollface. These send me into a world of pissed off like no other thing can.
2) LOL. OK, I don't mind it at all when it's used sparingly. In fact, I'm all for using it sparingly, it is welcome when used appropriately. However, when it's unironically used at the end of every fuckmothering sentence like many of the girls in my Facebook friends list do, it really grinds my gears. And it's always females, I have never seen a male do that.
It's not a word, it's a phrase: "Smh" For those of you lucky enough not to know what this means, it's internet slang for "shaking my head." My beef is probably less with the phrase itself than it is with the people that use it, who really have no right to be "shaking their head" at anything. I'm definitely overreacting. It's just a stupid online phrase, but for some reason it pisses me off to read anything like that. ARE YA REALLY SHAKING YOUR HEAD? ARE YA? IS THAT FUCKIN' TWEET REALLY MAKING YOU SHAKE YOUR HEAD? IS IT? LIKE ARE YOU SHAKING YOUR HEAD RIGHT NOW, AS YOU TYPE THAT TWEET? IT MUST BE DIFFICULT, WHAT WITH YOUR HEAD SHAKING AND ALL. GAH.
Saying "haha" after every other sentence is a pretty bad one as well.
How about before sentences?
The misuse or overuse of the word "Sketchy". I took a roadtrip with my sister across Canada and she loves the word....sketchy. "I'm buying batteries with a credit card. That's so sketchy!" No....buying crack off of a naked lady in a wallmart, that is sketchy. Hang gliding with a trashbag, that is sketchy. Going down a dark and seedy alleyway while covered in glow in the dark paint, THAT IS SKETCHY! But buying FUCKING BATTERIES is NOT sketchy. I could have sworn she used it at least 10 times in a single day once too. Eventually we had to ban the word "sketchy" before I became an only child.
Bro- Bromance, Bro-code, broski, brah
"-ista"- Fashionista, Celebretista
Weaboo- Simply liking anime or JRPGs =/= a Japanophile
FML - Always used for the most mundane inconveniences
Huggles/Glomp - NEVER.
Kawaii, -chan, -san, desu, etc. - It can be typed but unless you are in Japanese Language class, don't say it out loud
Trending, Tweeting/Twitosphere, Blogosphere - I can't stand these
Overuse of Acronyms - ME3, U3, TGWTDT, TTSS, SW:TPM, TDKR, GoW3, Can't bother to at least spell one out?
There are certainly more that I can't remember
Use your keyboard!
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