What’s with the “Can I Get” thing? Imagine you’re in a restaurant, and you say to the waitress, can I get some fries, and she answers: Yes, sure, just turn left after the bar and you’ll see them in the kitchen.
If you don’t want stupid answers, stop using stupid expressions.
Don't Be a Stranger
We understand that the meaning is, to keep in touch, or not to wait too long before being in contact again. What we find a bit strange is that people might have not thought this deeply enough.
A stranger is someone that won't say hello, or even look in your eyes if you happen to bump into each other. So maybe using the word stranger is a bit too much?
She Ok'd it
She Ok'd it? She Ok'd it? Has this been approved by any language academy? Is it like, a proper word now? If so, what is the opposite of, to OK something? Does it have any synonyms? “
Sentence examples using the verb OK: Will he Ok the contract? Do you think it's Ok that he Ok'd the contract? Have you been Oking lately?
here we have a great example of what to do when you come across a word or definition, and you just can't be bothered so you define something your own way. This is what happened with the word Queue (Q).
It was too difficult for some to pronounce, so they thought, why don't we just name a long line of people standing one after the other, a line of people. It's easy to pronounce, it easy to spell, and this will too defer us from those annoying Brits.
We appreciate playing with words. Two words that sound like a third, or a word that is used in a certain way that will change the meaning of the sentence completely. We absolutely love it. And we love this one too.
Yes, in a way it's cruel, but it's also hilarious. We recommend all English-speaking countries to adopt this and turn it into their vocabulary.