I'm love/hate with that one. I feel dumb AF when I catch myself using it, but "fuck" is such a huge part of my daily vocabulary that the efficiency of AF makes it useful AF.
No it isnt. "No problem" is singular, referring correctly to the specific situation under discussion. "No worries" is plural. It actually is trivializing the topic under discussion, implying whoever says it has some global knowledge of your entire life and mental state. And yes I know what it is meant to say, but it grammatically says something entirely different, that is why it annoys me.it's no different than saying "no problem"
i tell people "no problem" even when helping them was a big annoyance
Yes, could do with less of this one.
Eh, that one kind of already peaked a few years back and is on the way out, isn't it?I can't believe that no-one has suggested this yet:
as a general go-to adjective to describe something as vaguely positive.
I think for me it's that I rarely encounter it in the wild (thankfully). It is very annoying.That's because we still don't know it means even after having it explained by users of the word.
Why don't we take this offline so we can compartmentalize the ask and circle back as a team before the next discussion with a better understanding of the problem?ugh i heard this about 10 times in a freaking hour meeting today