Me neither. But you know, I‘ve totally forgotten what it means and I’m too lazy to look it up right now.I never heard the word "trope" before a couple of years ago
Interesting, cause I don’t think I’ve ever used it in the plural that I can recall.I never heard "impacts" (in the plural) until a couple of years ago, either.
I never liked the whole “copacetic” craze myself. I don’t know, for starters it sounded like the name of a cough medicine. And secondly I just found it a little too long to be trendy.In the '90s, "copacetic" became a thing and then eventually went away.
I think I hated it.
I thought we did, unless I’m thinking of something else? I seem to recall one about our favorite words but I’m not sure if we have one for the words we don’t like.Don't we have a thread about words we don't like? If so, I couldn't find it.
Indeed, visiting a website used to so simple. Now there's cookies to deal with, videos to close, possibly a 'sign up to our newsletter' box to close. Sometimes by the time I've done all that I resent them so much for making me work that hard I can't be bothered to read the article anymore.Those pointless little video boxes that pop up in the lower-right corner when you log onto websites, especially news-related pages. They're intentionally difficult to cancel/close because they typically play ads, as if there were not already ads at the top of the site, down each side, and inserted into the text of every story already. I don't want to watch a video of the story I'm trying to read. TVLine.com and daytimeconfidential.com are the worst current offenders, at least of the sites I visit.