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What's your linguistic pet peeve?
Francis K. Lalumiere
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We're all guilty of misusing languages in some form or another.
Yet it seems that most of us get irritated by one particular linguistic mangling. Sometimes several of them, and in multiple languages!
(In French, my ears ring each time I hear the word "opportunité" wrongly used to replace the word "occasion." And it's becoming more and more common. Even in the media. Sad.)

So what's your linguistic pet peeve? If you're like me, you have several. So just pick the one that really keeps you up at night.

Now I assume most entries will be in English, but foreign entries are also welcome!
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101. Board Game: Secret Tijuana Deathmatch [Average Rating:5.63 Overall Rank:7894]
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Being from San Diego, CA I hear this one all the time.

When people pronounce Tijuana as "Ti-uh-wana" as opposed to "Ti-hwana" which some may think sounds pretentious if they are not latin. Then "Ti-wana" might be acceptable.

Where is that extra "uh" coming from?!
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102. Board Game: Shear Panic [Average Rating:6.42 Overall Rank:1177]
 
Warren Adams
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This is not one that peeves, but it does so entertain me as I mark university assignments.

Every now and then the word wether is used as a substitute for whether or even weather.

I delight in pointing out by writing next to it "A wether is a castrated ram and I am not sure it was the word you were looking for."
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103. Board Game: Weapons of Mass Destruction [Average Rating:6.57 Overall Rank:3493]
Daniel Hammond
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I think the U.S. military would be far more successful in their campaigns if they spent more time looking for the enemy's hidden weapons instead of their distinguished weapons. Unless the enemy has cached away some distinguished WMD and then I guess they will find it looking for either.

The word is cache (kāsh).
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104. Board Game: Helpline [Average Rating:5.80 Unranked]
Lori
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Item #2 immediately called to mind this thing that drives me insane. Every time I hear a retail clerk call out "Can I help who's next?" I want to lunge across the counter and strangle them on the spot.

No, you cannot help who's next. There is nothing you can do about it. People line up in the order they arrive at the store, and you just have to learn to accept that. The person who's next is next. They are who they are, and there is nothing for it but to sell them a bagel and move on to the person after that.

If it would really take up too much of your valuable retail time to say
"May I help the next person in line?" or
"Can I help whoever's next?"
then a simple "Next!" would get the point across. It wouldn't sound particularly polite, but it wouldn't drive me mad with rage. That's a compromise I can live with.

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105. Board Game: Listen Up! [Average Rating:5.54 Unranked]
bran mcmillin
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It's kinda humorous when folks responded from an email or posting by typing "sounds good".

I guess people read posts or emails out loud?
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106. Board Game: Primordial Soup [Average Rating:7.02 Overall Rank:429]
David Rauscher
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Improper (and excessive) use of "sea change".

The Dow falling precipitously a couple of days? This is not a sea change - the better metaphor for a sudden and major shift is an earthquake.

A sea change is a slow, gradual and often almost imperceptible process, but one resulting in major or drastic changes. Think about the process of changing the a sea - it doesn't happen overnight.

Rip van Winkle is a classic example of a sea-change: he sleeps for 40 years (or is it 20?), and wakes to find his fellow king-loving colonists have become rabidly anti-monarchical Americans.

Unfortunately, it looks like I might be losing this battle: some dictionaries even are emphasizing the drastic scope of the change, not the time element as well.
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107. Board Game: Fact or Crap [Average Rating:3.79 Overall Rank:10944]
Mike Smith-Stoe
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...do do...

This isn't an incorrect usage peeve.
It makes sense in a coversation like this:

"I put orange juice on my cereal."
"Really? You don't do that."
"I do do that!"

But people use that phrase a lot more than for emphasis.

"In our family we do do christmas decorating every year."

Again, it's not necessarily wrong. Just probably unnecessary.
And it sounds like a turd in the middle of the sentence to my ear.
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108. Board Game: Air Aces [Average Rating:5.00 Unranked]
donald fast
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Vancouver
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Air Conditioning as A/C. Where did that invisible / come from - sauron ?

I shorten girlfriend to gf, 4 bedroom to 4br. Why do people want to shorten it and add a slash.

When they use other short forms, do they put slashes?

"My g/f was looking for a 3B/R house with A/C and a H/P"
( H/P meaning Heat pump.)

If someone writes something to me with that, they get a message full of other short forms all separated by slashes.

=Donald
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109. Board Game: Pizza Box Football [Average Rating:6.35 Overall Rank:1866]
Mike Windsor
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"I myself"

This one is always spoken, I've never seen it in writing. You see it a great deal in sports interviews, "I myself believe that we can win."

The phrase is so stupid that .........angry angryangryangryangry Once you say "I" what the hell else are you going to say? "You."
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110. Board Game: X-it! [Average Rating:5.07 Unranked]
Jason Lewandowski
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Nebraska
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What about X-cetera?

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111. Board Game: Chill Out! [Average Rating:4.54 Unranked]
Tom Nielsen
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When people use the word "chill" as an adjective. For instance, "Yeah, he's a pretty chill guy." I mean, it gets the point across. I understand that he's a relaxed, laid back, cool guy, but couldn't you have used any of those words instead?

The only context where I could hear this and not want to strangle the offender is if the offender happens to be a beautiful woman telling me I'm a "chill" guy, then asking me if I would like a delicious, chilled beverage. Anyway, many of you may not have heard this one because it's especially prevalent in people my age (young adults) who think they're hot stuff.

Along those same lines (although far less frequent) is when somebody tells you to "chillax man". Some people think it's a clever pairing of the words chill and relax. Most, however, realize that it sounds ridiculous and makes everybody who heard it slightly dumber.



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112. Board Game: Forlorn Hope [Average Rating:6.40 Unranked]
Ken Dean
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Hopefully or I Hope?

Hopefully is an adverb which means what it ought to--"full of hope" or "characterized by hope." It normally modifies verbs.

Nonstandard English sometimes substitutes the word hopefully for I hope (or some other subject with the verb hope).

Correct: They listened hopefully for the sound of the rescue party.
(They listened with hope)

Incorrect: Hopefully, they will come in time.

Correct: I hope they will come in time.


Source - http://englishplus.com/grammar/00000223.htm
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113. Board Game: Articulate! [Average Rating:6.51 Overall Rank:2374]
col_w
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People that say 'artic' when they mean 'Arctic'.

"Where do polar bears live?"
"In the artic."

Maybe when they're being moved between zoos.
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114. Board Game Designer: Robert Wesley
col_w
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Where's GROGnads when you need him?

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115. Board Game: Say Anything! [Average Rating:7.00 Unranked]
Joshua Kenney
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I run into this in schools, or anywhere where a person addresses the group from within the audience:

"I was just gonna say..."

We knew you were going to say it. You raised your hand to make a comment. Just say it!

Rhetorical devices used to open statements bug me, too:

"You know what I like?"

No, I have no idea. I presume you're going to tell me, but did you really need to open with that line instead of just saying, "I like puppies"? Here I thought we were having a conversation and not a guessing game.
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116. Board Game: Dictionwary [Average Rating:8.33 Unranked]
Rich Sommer
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Well, this is just silly.
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wary vs. weary

Drives.

Me.

Bonkers.
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117. Board Game: Iron Cross [Average Rating:5.16 Overall Rank:9622]
Joshua Koenemann
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IRONIC

I can't believe that this hasn't been added to the list yet, but this word is the bane of my existence. I'm going to blame this on Alanis Morrisette, but this was most likely a large problem before that damn song. You may only use ironic in instances where UNEXPECTED is true. As in: "It was ironic that the clown, who made many children laugh, was very sad." You do not expect the clown to be sad, which would make it ironic. Most of the situations it is used in are either bad luck, or a coincidence. I personally believe that all newscasters should pass a test on it's usage before using it on air, because they are the worst offenders.
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118. Board Game: Defiance [Average Rating:8.00 Unranked]
Jared Lee
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Definitely vs. Defiantly

My head explodes when people spell "definitely" as "defiantly."

This is very common on message boards.
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119. Board Game: Guess Again [Average Rating:5.00 Unranked]
Andy Foulke
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PA
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Guess what I don't like?

(pregnant pause)

I don't like being invited to guess something when someone didn't really want me to guess. When I'm asked to "guess what," I will always interrupt the speaker to take some random guesses. That'll teach 'em.
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120. Board Game: Positive Negative [Average Rating:0.00 Unranked]
David Wiens
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I can't believe nobody mentioned "Irregardless" yet. I think it's actually become a word in the dictionary, but only because so many people used it that TPTB must have just given in. I've even seen the word in a published novel.

It still pisses me off, though.
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121. Board Game: DataFlow [Average Rating:6.67 Unranked]
Rick Sanchez
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The word "data" is plural. Now, I don't expect people to use its clunky singular form, "datum", but I always appreciate it when people form their verbs properly around it. A common example would be people saying that "the data shows", when the proper phrase is "the data show".

I know it's a bit weird, but I always just replace the word "data" with "cats" in my head to help get my plurality straight - "the cats shows" is clearly incorrect, while "the cats show" makes perfect sense

Not exactly a pet peeve, as it's too common and obscure to really get mad about, but whenever I hear someone using "data" properly, I get a warm feeling and say to myself: "this is clearly a person of refinement, grace and poise."
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122. Board Game: The Original Preppie Game [Average Rating:0.00 Unranked]
Michael Hammond
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This one is a Chicago-ism, but it makes me batty:

Chicagoans have this odd habit of dropping the object of the preposition when inviting someone to join them when going somewhere.

e.g. "I'm going to da Bears game, you want to come with?"

Gaaaah! With YOU? With US? With SOMEBODY ELSE? With - I don't know - POTATO SALAD?

WHO???


GAAAAAAAAAAH!!!
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123. Board Game: Rise Again: Honest Brawls Between Folk [Average Rating:0.00 Unranked]
Jeffery Qualey
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Mispronunciations:
Turlet instead of Toilet
Chimley instead of Chimney

I only found out recently that "Chomping at the Bit" is incorrect.
It should be "Champing at the Bit".

My #1 peeve however is someone starting a sentence with:
"To be honest with you"...

In every instance, I expect no less!
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124. Board Game: Hitler's War [Average Rating:6.28 Overall Rank:2672]
Elwyn Darden
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Enormity means evil. It has nothing to do with size. It is the total violation of the norms of conduct. Some dictionaries have given up.


Ambrose Bierce wrote a style manual entitled Write It Right!. His pet peeve was the use of the word obnoxious to mean offensive, when it properly means "exposed to," as in (his example) "a soldier in battle is obnoxious to bullets."

He lost his fight. I will probably lose mine too.
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125. Board Game: Spite [Average Rating:4.38 Overall Rank:10352]
Vincent Waciuk
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IRREGARDLESS

I hate it when people say irregardless when the mean to say regardless.
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