OT: The top 10 unfavorable phrases for 2012!
Dear Musicals.Net Posters,
The following is a list of the top 10 phrases that could currently get you into some serious trouble during this year:
10.) "A hotdog makes her lose control!"- You may only be quoting the theme song from "The Patty Duke Show", but if you ever say this in front of non- Patty Duke fans, you may risk offending the more modest faction of society.
9.) "You're really quite the Facebookie, aren't you?"- When you say this, you're essentially calling somebody a Facebook addict!
8.) "You swine!"- If you call somebody a swine, they may erroneously believe that they're literally being accused of having Swine Flu.
7.) "You're a backstreet Recessionista!"- This phrase implies that a financially strapped woman who tries to be fashionable is looking less than her best, despite her efforts.
6.) "You're gettin' your eyes examined for two!"- When somebody says this, they're implying that somebody has a double chin; the double chin reference is obvious, because when you get your eyes examined, you have to put your chin up onto a plastic rest in order to have your eyes checked.
5.) "You've been Gaga'd!"- This phrase negatively implies that somebody has gone overboard, with regards to a physical makeover.
4.) "You really love playin' with the Twix, right?"- Don't ever ask somebody this, because it implies that they are a mentally- unstable, split personality type.
3.) " You're a real Scottish princess!"- When you say this to a woman, you're implying that she'll never be successful with men! I'm not being racist, either; I'm referencing a movie, while trying to avoid giving away too many spoilers.
2.) "Hey, Big Bear!"- Whenever a woman says this to a man, he'd better be her significant other, because if he's not, he may think that she's a true, and an aggressive, sleaze.
1.) "You're a real Clove!"- Don't EVER call any girl "Clove", or "a Clove", because she may believe that she's being compared to Clove from "The Hunger Games". That's not bad, in and of itself, but if said girl believes that she's being compared to Clove, she may believe that she's also being compared to Esther from "Orphan", as Isabelle Fuhrman portrayed first Esther, and then Clove!
Thank you in advance for your replies.