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Old 12-06-2012, 06:10 PM   #106
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Foodie: Name given to one who is considered knowledgeable about a wide range of foods. An expert on food.

DIS Foodie: A person who eats vast quantities of food, usually paid for through a dining (or "dinning" in the DIS vernacular) plan, and whose expertise is limited to chicken nuggets, pizza, and ice cream bars. Foodies are self-identified and usually dine with family members described as picky. Picky eaters, which can sometimes be child-like male adults, only eat foods high in carbohydrates (such as chicken nuggets, pizza and ice cream bars.)
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Old 12-06-2012, 06:17 PM   #107
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Foodie: Name given to one who is considered knowledgeable about a wide range of foods. An expert on food.

DIS Foodie: A person who eats vast quantities of food, usually paid for through a dining (or "dinning" in the DIS vernacular) plan, and whose expertise is limited to chicken nuggets, pizza, and ice cream bars. Foodies are self-identified and usually dine with family members described as picky. Picky eaters, which can sometimes be child-like male adults, only eat foods high in carbohydrates (such as chicken nuggets, pizza and ice cream bars.)
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Old 12-06-2012, 06:26 PM   #108
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Foodie: Name given to one who is considered knowledgeable about a wide range of foods. An expert on food.

DIS Foodie: A person who eats vast quantities of food, usually paid for through a dining (or "dinning" in the DIS vernacular) plan, and whose expertise is limited to chicken nuggets, pizza, and ice cream bars. Foodies are self-identified and usually dine with family members described as picky. Picky eaters, which can sometimes be child-like male adults, only eat foods high in carbohydrates (such as chicken nuggets, pizza and ice cream bars.)
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Old 12-06-2012, 06:36 PM   #109
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I just thought of a phrase that I look for in certain threads...

What is wrong with people??!
I say that often because I really am trying to figure it out.


And a Dis Foodie also eats massive amounts of (hopefully free) Disney food and then screams "Food Poisoning!" when they are throwing up in the bathroom.


I do not like to read "hubs" and "sleeps" as in "4 more sleeps until we leave for Disney!"

And not here, but in my SS class, (which does not make my comment religious! ) the phrase "cesspool of filth" is almost used weekly by a guy who has nothing positive to say about life.
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Old 12-06-2012, 07:06 PM   #110
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And not here, but in my SS class, (which does not make my comment religious! ) the phrase "cesspool of filth" is almost used weekly by a guy who has nothing positive to say about life.
Cesspool of filth? I love it, we could start a new thread of favorite DIS words/sayings, I want to steal that one!
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Old 12-06-2012, 07:29 PM   #111
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It bothers me so much when people say "I could care less" instead of "I couldn't care less".

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Old 12-06-2012, 08:39 PM   #112
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Troll is just a word used by people unable to logically refute another person's opinion. It's easier for some people to just call you a name when they lack the ability to form reasonable arguments...
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It bothers me so much when people say "I could care less" instead of "I couldn't care less".

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Is it still OK?

Mine is not really overused as much as it's incorrectly used and that would be the word "Rude". That word is used for every single thing that a person hears or witnesses that they don't agree with. For example, If someone stands in line for a character meet and when they get close to the front it is announced that the character has to take a break now. Then they get upset with the CM and tell them that they have to leave and they really wanted to see Bozo (or whomever). The CM is being rude to them when they are told that the character has to go in so they will either have to wait or do something else. That isn't rude, that is telling it like it is. I believe it's called information dispensing. Or how Rude a CM was being when they told them that they couldn't use FP 40 minutes after the window. How Rude! They wouldn't let me do exactly what I wanted to do...they are so rude.

Sorry to do all this venting and I don't want to be rude, but it is what it is and I must go make a sammie, kiss my preggo wife good night and end with this! Whatever!
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Old 12-06-2012, 08:47 PM   #113
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If you ask Judge Judy, she would definately say....."basically"....
I have noticed that too.
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Old 12-06-2012, 08:48 PM   #114
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Ok.i.will.admit.to.doing.this.a.time.or.two.can.yo u.guess.what.it.is.?
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Old 12-06-2012, 09:16 PM   #115
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Ah, yes. Dinning. Dinning is vastly overused on the DIS - especially considering it isn't even a word!
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Old 12-06-2012, 09:18 PM   #116
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I cannot abide it when people - grown adults who I assume function as adults in real life -- infantilize themselves by talking like toddlers. Example:

sammie
sammich
samwich
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kiddos
kidlets
yummers
twinsies
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When I see/hear baby talk by adults, it makes me want to throw something breakable against the wall. It especially squicks me out when I hear an adult woman talking that way to her SO.
I can see why that would be annoying, but I have to admit I don't think other than kiddos I have ever heard or seen ANYONE use those terms.
Some may be regional. I know when I am in St Louis everyone calls soft drinks "sodie", never heard that anywhere else. I understand that in Atlanta every thing is a Coke, and in Texas Dr. Pepper, and New York, Pepsi.
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Old 12-06-2012, 09:27 PM   #117
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It bothers me so much when people say "I could care less" instead of "I couldn't care less".
Yes! Or, "I'm not for sure".
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Old 12-06-2012, 10:12 PM   #118
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Hubbins is even worse.
Add hubs to that one. I'd rather see DH than hubs or hubbins.
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Old 12-06-2012, 10:46 PM   #119
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Some may be regional. I know when I am in St Louis everyone calls soft drinks "sodie", never heard that anywhere else.
I've lived near STL my whole life & can only recall a couple of small children ever calling a soft drink "sodie". "Soda" is the typical STL moniker.
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Old 12-06-2012, 11:00 PM   #120
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. Starting a sentence with "Yeah" and "Yes" in response to a question nobody asked or was even thinking. This is always done as it relates to the poster, personally.

I wish posters would stop assuming people are wondering something about them. If they want to share info that nobody cares about, just do it. Don't start it off with, "Yeah -" as if confirming the thing you just knew we were all thinking.

. "Wow. Just wow." If you're such a dimwit that you truly cannot come up with anything else to say, say nothing. If you think that is in any way clever, it is not. If you are going to repeat something that other people say, pick something clever.

. Saying, "It isn't a right," when what you mean is, "You aren't entitled to it." There is a huge difference and...it usually is a right. You have the right to drive a Mercedes Benz.

. Using the word "hyperbole" when what you mean is "an exaggeration." I don't think I've ever seen anyone use that word correctly.

. Saying "literally" when what you mean is "figuratively."

I do enjoy it when people say they were electrocuted. That is fun.
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