YOLO must not have been eligible.
"You know," "whatever" is a really annoying term — we're, "like," "just sayin'."
When it comes to the most annoying words or phrases used in conversation, those four top the list in 2012, according to the annual Marist Poll.
"Whatever" headed the list, cited by 32 percent of adults, and next came "like," which 21 percent didn't, uh, like.
Runners-up included "Twitterverse" and "gotcha."
The results mirrored last year's survey, when "whatever" topped the annoying words list for a third straight year. The word "seriously," named by 7 percent last year, dropped off the list entirely — seriously.
These results suggest that the people polled weren’t exactly on the cutting edge of the slang game, so let’s do more research.
Which words piss you off to no end and make you want to commit first-degree murder? Vent in the comments.
[H/T: Denver Post]