Like.


Maybe it’s like just me, like,

I’m weird, or like, not cool, or just, like, not… I don’t know, like [exhale.]. But.. like,

if I have to spend, like, the rest of my, like, life, like, listening to like a w.h.o.l.e  g.e.n.e.r.a.t.i.o.n of, like,

people, using a simple part of, like, speech, to make every.single.thing, like, everything they say, like, a hyperventilatingfreakinghalting fuh-reeeaking H.O.T. MESS of, like, disjointed modifiers and participles and, like, ohmygourd, like…...

{{{{{{{  STAAAAAAAAHHHHHP!!!!!!!!!!  }}}}}}}

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7 thoughts on “Like.

  1. good luck with this!
    wasn’t around
    when i was young!
    sometime after i stopped
    watching tv, or perhaps
    while i was out of the country
    everything was like, like!
    i’m trying to accept it
    if not like it 🙂

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  2. I’m with you on this, sc. In my memory, it seemed to be ushered in on the wings of the late sixties, i.e. the drop-out culture, but in recent years has become a gargoyle on the spoken word. I have one word in response: “Yuck.”

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