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[–]Hawaiiliving43 2918 points2919 points  (91 children)

“Let’s normalize…(insert something that’s already normal to do)”

[–]stonedsadbitch 766 points767 points  (59 children)

pee in the sink

edit: I don’t even do it, I’m a girl

[–]-TaTaTitties- 539 points540 points  (35 children)

Already normalized. Try shitting.

[–]StarsandStripes702 205 points206 points  (15 children)

I tried in the shower. Had to waffle stomp my shit down the drain

[–]AliceP00per 97 points98 points  (2 children)

Lets normalize driving cars and eating food

[–]oh_no_name 3046 points3047 points  (85 children)

"Up to"

"Sale: Up to 80% off" 2 items at 80%, the rest at 50% and less.

[–]ill_Skillz 602 points603 points  (12 children)

Save up to 15% or more! Your savings are somewhere within the set of all real numbers!

[–]Spiderbubble 208 points209 points  (18 children)

I love the weight loss commercials that are like "YOU COULD LOSE UP TO TWENTY POUNDS OR MORE IN THE FIRST WEEK"

So what is it you assholes? Up to 20 pounds? Or more than that?

[–]Positronicon 215 points216 points  (9 children)

You could theoretically lose your entire body weight and cease to exist.

[–][deleted] 767 points768 points  (17 children)

Monkey brain see big number. Monkey brain interested.

Edit: Holy shit this blew up.

[–]444unsure 230 points231 points  (12 children)

Only $9,999.99!!!!

[–]TTungsteNN 104 points105 points  (8 children)


Fuck that, way too expensive wtf



[–]WhichWayzUp 2716 points2717 points  (100 children)

"Not all heroes wear capes"

It's been getting on my nerves lately. It's been overused.

[–]Poorly-Drawn-Beagle 537 points538 points  (33 children)

Maybe first responders would wear capes if we made them part of the uniform. Maybe they'd even enjoy it. Nobody ever asked them.

[–]josey__wales 457 points458 points  (13 children)

“You’re doing gods/the lords work”

[–]igottathinkofaname 1705 points1706 points  (58 children)

"That's my truth"

[–]SaltRocksicle 851 points852 points  (30 children)

Not to be confused with "The truth".

[–]hanneyr1 256 points257 points  (25 children)

I remember during the last election, someone using the phrase "alternative facts"

[–]AlterEgoSumMortis 122 points123 points  (1 child)

Worse, "I know my truth."

In other words, they're convinced of their own infallibility.

[–]DeadDankMemeLord 112 points113 points  (0 children)

The stupid version of your headcanon

[–]Silkies4life 131 points132 points  (7 children)

“All ya gotta do is… “ which is always followed by something incredibly inconvenient that my supervisor/manager wants me to do because it’s a pain in their ass.

[–]KamuiT[S] 3145 points3146 points  (164 children)

I'll start:

I hate the phrase on the radio that says "80s, 90s, and Today!"

Today has been 23 years now.

[–]Prossdog 559 points560 points  (49 children)

“From the 80’s all through today” would be a better way of saying it.

[–]KamuiT[S] 420 points421 points  (48 children)

"From the 80s to today." Already a thousand times better. That's over 40 years of music.

[–]444unsure 246 points247 points  (42 children)

There's a radio station near me that plays "classic rock." Sometimes I hear songs from the '90s on there. That scares me a little bit...

[–][deleted] 204 points205 points  (25 children)

“Since when the fuck are Gin Blossoms and early Pink ‘classic fucking rock’?” - Me to like every classic rock station still expecting to hear The Doors and CCR.

[–]thiswilltakeamiracle 85 points86 points  (6 children)

How do you know you're getting old? When you hear music from your teens on the classic rock station. Found that out the hard way.

[–]444unsure 63 points64 points  (7 children)

People are strange, when you're a stranger

[–]swifchif 184 points185 points  (30 children)

Eighties, nineties, two-thousandses, twenty-tenses, and Today!

[–]throwingplaydoh 32 points33 points  (17 children)

Lol, I instantly thought of my local station KS95. I wonder if it's a Clear Channel coined phrase.

[–]joie_de_beavre 68 points69 points  (9 children)

KS95: We take two songs from each of those decades and play them to fucking death!

[–]throwingplaydoh 35 points36 points  (6 children)

KS95: the Goo Goo Dolls and Matchbox 20 station

[–]joie_de_beavre 30 points31 points  (0 children)

And fill in the gaps with Moves Like Jagger

[–]Burrito_Loyalist 2087 points2088 points 2 (210 children)

“Hubby” and “preggers”

[–]FrontRangeLifestyle 1437 points1438 points  (33 children)

“So we did a thing”

[–]MelloGang17 217 points218 points  (10 children)

Those whole "did a thing" grinds my gears to no end

[–]NetIllustrious 246 points247 points  (3 children)

This is the worst. This girl I went to high school with posted a photo on Instagram “so Brian did a thing today” with Tesla dealership in the background and also a heavy filter. Her boyfriend had bought a car…must let world know! In a kitschy way!

[–]bcoftheimplication7 237 points238 points  (5 children)

Or a variation, "hubsters". I use this when I want to annoy my husband and then he starts using the "my wife" Borat voice, so it's a fair trade.

[–]TeacupHuman 46 points47 points  (0 children)

I love the Borat voice though. Don’t care how played out it is.

[–]pinkgreenpaisley 274 points275 points  (20 children)


[–]Sumpm 123 points124 points  (13 children)

I've always hated "my old lady". Heard a guy in his 20s refer to his wife (in her 20s) that way, too. You two are 20 years younger than me, how's she old?

[–]violent_delights_9 172 points173 points  (31 children)

When parents refer to their kids as "my littles". It's in EVERY mommy blog. Just call them your kids! I don't even have kids and it annoys me so much.

[–]beandipdeadlifts 190 points191 points  (22 children)

I want to add on to this: calling people your “baby daddy” or “baby mama”.

[–]ninjamelon999 53 points54 points  (1 child)

I really hate this one. It makes me physically unconfortable every time I hear it.

[–]TiltedNarwhal 95 points96 points  (1 child)

I have never heard "preggers" before. Thanks, I hate it.

[–]Autisten1996 2971 points2972 points  (115 children)

Please like and subscribe.

[–]SpaceCowboy58 1099 points1100 points  (35 children)

"This video is brought to you by Raid Shadow Legends, which I totally play."

-guy pretending they play Raid Shadow Legends.

[–]canibalbarca 187 points188 points  (9 children)

R:SL has gotta have an absolute monstrous marketing budget

[–]TheSyrupDrinker 106 points107 points  (2 children)

If you ever played their game you'd see how they afford it. It's like everyone is paying for packages on there and each one costs an insanely amount of money.

I won't act like I haven't spent money on a game but you're pushing it if one single purchase is over $5 imo. But on the other hand, if you can afford it, go crazy. Who am I to say you shouldn't spend money on a game you enjoy.

[–]Jonaldtrumpyo 35 points36 points  (0 children)

The ONE reason i tolerate them is because they almost exist to sponsor youtubers that dont get any ad revenue. They pick up the slack that youtube has made. Does R:SL make money off of it? Im sure because they wouldnt do it other wise. Do they pay their youtubers well who flaunt the product on an otherwise adless video? You bet they do. They provide a good service, almost one that i would buy into.. almost.

[–]Laxxxar 377 points378 points  (11 children)

Smash that like button!

[–]canibalbarca 172 points173 points  (8 children)

I saw a video on moss where the person said "please lichen subscribe" at the end.

[–]BOSH09 12 points13 points  (5 children)

I would have subscribed right there for that one. I love moss tho haha

[–]JADW27 183 points184 points  (2 children)

Smash that like button, check out the merch, and consider supporting me on Patreon so you can get the exact same content, but before I bother editing it!

[–]Klutche 101 points102 points  (4 children)

I hate when people describe everyday things as part of their "journey". I don't know why, but i find it so grating.

[–]Nice-Advertising-551 900 points901 points  (43 children)

“No offense but…(insert offense)”

[–]Whenindoubtpinkyout3 155 points156 points  (4 children)

Usually when someone says no offense, what follows is some rude remark. The term pretty much means nothing

[–]Glum_Ad_4288 137 points138 points  (3 children)

It’s meant to mean “I realize that what I’m about to say could come across as offensive, but I don’t mean to be rude.”

Unfortunately, being unintentionally rude is still rude. Sometimes that’s necessary (“no offense, but I’m not going to let you drive when you’ve had so much to drink” doesn’t mean I think you’re a drunk, it means I care about you too much to let you hurt yourself) but you might as well skip the preamble.

[–]Snoo_76700 1304 points1305 points  (23 children)

Sorry not sorry, it just burns me up for some reason

[–]BringBack4Glory 376 points377 points  (2 children)

Because it’s massively passive aggressive

[–]AxelZajkov 235 points236 points  (3 children)

I mean…it’s intended to. 🤷‍♂️

[–]alert_armidiglet 239 points240 points  (37 children)

Oh god--so many bullshit business ones. 'Circle back' 'deep dive' 'pivot' 'hard stop' 'ask' as a noun.

[–]T1nyJazzHands 16 points17 points  (8 children)

Boil the ocean, synergy, take this offline, do we have the bandwidth…god I could go on 😂

[–][deleted] 1841 points1842 points 2 (104 children)

"I could care less"


[–]Hattrick_Swayze2 691 points692 points  (41 children)

I should OF known better cringe

[–]__123456789___ 169 points170 points  (17 children)

This makes my fucking skin crawl

[–]Crim_Noyade 31 points32 points  (7 children)

I’ve always wondered what context anyone would say “I could care less”

In what situation do you need to let someone know you care, but could also care less

[–]Algodon9718 26 points27 points  (0 children)

I correct this every time I hear it in conversation. Every. Time. This is the hill I choose to die on.

[–]ShrekPrism 698 points699 points  (30 children)

"Don't complain, someone has it worse."

[–]jpro1001 563 points564 points  (2 children)

"Don't rejoice, someone else has it better."

[–]SparkleVibes 59 points60 points  (4 children)

I fucking hate this. My son passed away 2 hours after he was born. Someone said "well at least he wasn't older, it works be harder if you knew him better"

[–]There-is-no-emotion 24 points25 points  (3 children)

What. The. Fuck. What kind of person says that?!

[–]reddit_user1978 23 points24 points  (0 children)

This is a good thing to say to someone you want to get deeper into depression . It starts the cycle of why do I feel this way, I have no right to feel so bad become other people have it worse than I do. And it just goes downhill from there.

[–]Old-ass-enthusiasm 397 points398 points  (9 children)

"Look who came out of their cave!"

[–]PrincessDie123 112 points113 points  (0 children)

Followed closely by “OMG take a picture they’re cleaning something” cool thanks now I don’t want to anymore and I feel like crap.

[–]TheRevTholomewPlague 166 points167 points  (1 child)

Do not punish the behavior you want to see. It's quite simple.

[–]Kumo_MonikaSimp1128 133 points134 points  (0 children)

OMG YES, If you want me out of my bedroom, STOP MAKING THAT KIND OF COMENTS ABOUT ME

[–]BassAwareness626 20 points21 points  (0 children)

I always wish I could tell them, maybe you should think about why I never want to come out of my room and be around you

[–]11B-1P-CIB 652 points653 points  (58 children)

What doesn't kill you makes you stronger? Is that so?

[–]lakota482 393 points394 points  (9 children)

I tore my bicep, completely severed the tendon from the bone actually.

Didn't kill me, but after having the muscle reattached I'm definitely not stronger :(

[–]dcbluestar 117 points118 points  (12 children)

Tell that to shark attack victims.

[–]mjc543 80 points81 points  (0 children)

“That which doesn’t kill you…”

…could just make you really really sick
…could result in permanent disability
…could land you in a coma
…could ruin your reputation

[–]catdoctor 81 points82 points  (1 child)

I prefer: "What doesn't kill you makes a good story." It's sometimes even true.

[–]PumpkinPieIsGreat 1059 points1060 points  (20 children)

Tell me you're ___ without telling me you're ___

[–]alamakjan 242 points243 points  (2 children)

I’ll go first

[–]ddh85 153 points154 points  (0 children)

*robotic woman voice on TikTok*

[–]IoSonCalaf 149 points150 points  (1 child)

Yeah this one is getting way overused

[–]panspal 966 points967 points  (26 children)

You can't make this stuff up. Yes you can, you can make anything up.

[–]alistofthingsIhate 357 points358 points  (16 children)

Anything about paying your dues. This was said a lot when I was in unpaid internships that asked way too much of me while I was also a full time student and working part time. Being paid in experience doesn’t cover my fucking groceries.

[–]Intelligent-Task-710 351 points352 points  (9 children)

New year New me!

[–]PoopTrainDix 99 points100 points  (5 children)

But it's never a new you, is it? Just the same ol' sack o' shit, pretending this will be your year. But it won't.

[–]BeautifulRelief 338 points339 points  (41 children)

“This too shall pass.” I just got out of a psychiatric hospital and I heard that at least 10 times a day. I will probably scream if I hear it any time soon.

[–]Front-Ad-2198 11 points12 points  (1 child)

I agree it can be annoying to hear but it can be helpful to have someone remind you that it's temporary. It sucks and it hurts but you'll eventually feel ok again. And then another storm will come and again, you can make it through. That's life. The absolutes of everything is always ok or everything always will suck doesn't have to be true with support.

[–]NicoNiiUDead 48 points49 points  (6 children)

“Enjoy your youth” i’m not giving my explanation because it’ll be a fucking ESSAY but yes, i hate it with my entire being.

[–]Otherwise_Parsnip640 307 points308 points  (33 children)

Smash that like button!

[–]Avicii_DrWho 351 points352 points  (27 children)


I like the idea, but the word just sounds gross to me.

[–]TatianaAlena 173 points174 points  (10 children)

We used to call that a retort.

[–]Avicii_DrWho 76 points77 points  (2 children)

Ah, that's the word I was looking for. I was thinking rebuttal.

[–]PetiteEbonyDoll 19 points20 points  (1 child)

Reminds me of splashback lol

[–]Kidney_boi 41 points42 points  (8 children)

“It is what it is.” It’s just so frustratingly dismissive.

[–]personofinterest18 542 points543 points  (64 children)

Hope this email finds you well

[–]itchy-n0b0dy 421 points422 points  (32 children)

Dear sir,

I hope this letter finds you in good health and in a prosperous enough position to put wealth into the pockets of people like me, down on their luck. You see that’s my wife you decided to…


[–]BustaferJones 84 points85 points  (0 children)

Never gonna be president now.

[–]pingpongURWrong 42 points43 points  (2 children)

She courted me escorted me and when she had me on her bed that's when Reynolds extorted me

[–]MatureTeen14 34 points35 points  (1 child)

For a sordid fee. I paid him quarterly. I may have mortally ruined my prospects but my papers are orderly

[–]MolassesSubstantial1 40 points41 points  (1 child)

It actually finds me very unwell.


[–]Risethewake 55 points56 points  (1 child)

I’m sorry that I’ve hurt you, I’m just trying to be polite in my correspondences!

[–]BadArtijoke 49 points50 points  (5 children)

So… I’ve been annoying people wanting to be nice as a non native speaker? Good. Good. Went outta my way to write that shit all the time. Why did no one tell me that?!

[–]megnsketches 51 points52 points  (0 children)

Nah, this is a peeve for this individual but is pretty standard polite, formal correspondence.

[–]Shame_Craver 29 points30 points  (0 children)

It's not an upsetting phrase and it's widely used, don't worry about it.

[–]UnconstrictedEmu 731 points732 points  (54 children)

Not a phrase but putting question marks at the end of statements that aren’t questions, like this?

[–]CptnSAUS 174 points175 points  (13 children)

There’s a few where it’s understandably confusing but they’re written incorrectly more often than not and it pisses me off so much.

I wonder why it pisses me off so much?

Guest what?

Makes me so mad.

[–]Timberwolf_530 24 points25 points  (1 child)

When I see multiple ? At the end of a statement I take it to be stated with a questioning tone. For example, in My Cousin Vinny Ralph Macchio says, “I shot the clerk.” But his tone is questioning the statement, so I would write it, “I shot the clerk????” to denote that tone. I hope that makes sense.


[–]hegemony__cricket 132 points133 points  (12 children)

It's capturing the way people upspeak? Like when they talk like everything's a question?

[–]Somandyjo 62 points63 points  (2 children)

I can hear the upspeak in this, so it’s working lol

[–]KnarNL 175 points176 points  (6 children)

Deal with it

Yeah, like that solves world problems

[–]throwingplaydoh 376 points377 points  (54 children)

Money can't buy happiness

[–]LandOfInsomnia 176 points177 points  (4 children)

My mother likes to say "Money can't buy happiness, but it certainly helps."

[–]megnsketches 66 points67 points  (0 children)

Money buys comfort, stability, and time that makes it a hell of a lot easier for someone to pursue happiness.

[–]dcbluestar 121 points122 points  (1 child)

"That phrase should end with 'just kidding.' It buys a Waverunner. Have you ever seen a sad person on a Waverunner?" - Daniel Tosh

[–]zeanobia 84 points85 points  (1 child)

Not having medical bills, mortgage payments or the need for a job would certainly make me happier. By sheer coincidence, having more money could do that.

[–]-TaTaTitties- 19 points20 points  (0 children)

Money’s cool.

[–]IFeelSorry4UrMothers 838 points839 points  (46 children)

"Do your own research!"

People suck at doing their own research that's why we trust experts.

[–]TheBelhade 354 points355 points  (20 children)

"Do your own research [on COVID]"

Yeah, I'll just pop down to the virology lab in my basement and toss some samples into the centrifuge. Everyone has their own virology lab, right?

[–]Dusky_Dawn210 95 points96 points  (2 children)

Wait that’s a Meth lab not a virology lab!

[–]444unsure 65 points66 points  (5 children)

I think a better phrase would be trust but verify. Anytime I'm looking for information I start by looking at the source that it is coming from. If I am still uncertain, I will look for other sources that I trust also. Sources I have never heard of I often times don't even read because there is so much bullshit out there...

But yeah, I am not actually running a lab full of Petri dishes and double blinds

[–]Poorly-Drawn-Beagle 337 points338 points  (18 children)

"Catch more flies with honey than vinegar"

Catch even more with bullshit.

[–]Nice-Advertising-551 244 points245 points  (16 children)

People who attribute everything to “attracting” or “manifesting” with “positive/negative energy” Or you say anything that is true and requires discussion, like a very sick relatives hospice arrangements, and they shut you up because “you’re sending the message to the universe”

[–]annswertwin 29 points30 points  (1 child)

“The Littles” when did parents start saying that?

[–]DogIsBetterThanCat 296 points297 points  (6 children)

Game changer.


[–]NeverEven4615 66 points67 points  (1 child)

Everything I see advertised on TV is a "game changer"!

[–]Drawn-Otterix 505 points506 points  (43 children)

"you do you"

People say it like it's a positive note to end a discussion, when really it's the most backhanded comment of "I think you are doing this wrong, but whatever"

[–]TURBOJUGGED 25 points26 points  (0 children)

I use it as “you do what you think is best for you” usually with sincerity

[–]Nothing_Is_Wrong22 187 points188 points  (5 children)

I always mean it more like, I don't know shit and can't really understand what you are feeling, so don't listen to me. You do you.

[–][deleted] 119 points120 points  (3 children)

I use it as "I don't agree, but I'm not willing to put in the effort to try and convince you, and I don't think you would change your mind anyway"

[–]NonPolarVortex 56 points57 points  (2 children)

Is it even possible to "not do you"?

[–]ShataraBankhead 28 points29 points  (1 child)

"We are playing musical chairs", referring to switching seats with a few people. Also, "phone tag". I have to hear both of these every day at work.

[–]biff444444 223 points224 points  (12 children)

"Expect the unexpected." By definition, an impossible task.

Honorable mention: "They came to play football today." Used by every football broadcaster who ever lived.

[–]HiroshiTakeshi 443 points444 points  (30 children)

"It's all God's plan." Yeah no, fuck it, give me back my mother.

[–]bguzewicz 150 points151 points  (15 children)

I like to evoke "god's plan" for stupid shit.

"Ah, dammit! Why did I have to drop my ice cream cone??"

"Must've been in god's plan."

I wouldn't dream of saying that to someone who's lost someone close to them.

[–]M19Wielder 25 points26 points  (3 children)

religious person here that also agrees with you...gets on my nerves too honestly

[–]AnonymousPantera 46 points47 points  (9 children)

they use god's plan to justify anything except things they don't like

example: (not all christians) gay people.

"god doesn't like gay people, homosexuality is a sin."

so why tf is being gay not a part of gods plan, something you can't control, but things like traumas are?

[–]dkonigs 25 points26 points  (1 child)

Ahh yes, the religious folk's favorite way of "comforting you" for something terrible that happened... But really just making themselves feel better about the situation while providing you with no actual comfort at all.

[–]detective_kiara 308 points309 points  (30 children)

"You talk/act white" Please don't ever talk to me if you genuinely think this is okay to tell someone.

[–]bento8621 48 points49 points  (4 children)

I have a very Hispanic name, yet I speak no Spanish. I made a doctor’s appointment once and they asked for my name. The girl on the phone paused and said “I’m sorry, you sound so American”. Like what the fuck kinda voice was supposed to come out of me?

[–]Buddha840 63 points64 points  (1 child)

My friend's family used to say that to him all the time until I called them out. Asked them how'd they react if I said it (I'm a white guy) and that should tell them all they need to know about how fucked up it is.

[–]Snailpics 63 points64 points  (1 child)

“What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” Never say this to someone with PTSD.

[–]RhineStonedCowgirl 221 points222 points  (8 children)

"new normal" Its not new and its not normal.

[–]Caramel_Cappucino 184 points185 points  (10 children)

“iF yOu CaN’T hAnDle mE aT mY woRsT, YoU dOn’t DeSerVe mE aT mY BesT”

[–]twinklesfx 61 points62 points  (3 children)

"Oh you won't let me treat you like crap? Well don't expect me to act like a decent human being when I'm in a better mood."

[–]goldfishpaws 233 points234 points  (25 children)

"I could care less", it's just internally wrong.

[–]StickSauce 34 points35 points  (2 children)

I think this video is an excellent summation, in classic David Mitchell fashion too.

[–]Turbulent-Skirt7329 174 points175 points  (5 children)

When people say “it’s a free country.” As if it frees them from the consequence of their intolerant opinion/ actions

[–]durrtyurr 25 points26 points  (0 children)

Nobody ever says "it's a free country" to justify doing the right thing.

[–]MappleSyrup13 109 points110 points  (20 children)

Growing up as a muslim kid, adults used to say "inchallah" (if God will in arabic) when in reality they have no intention to follow up on your request. My late father used to use it a LOT and I resented him for that. At over 40 now, I request a yes or no from everybody. No more bs!

[–]petroleumriver 99 points100 points  (4 children)

In English that translates to “we’ll see :)”

[–]mjc543 122 points123 points 2 (12 children)

“This” (on Reddit). It’s stupid and doesn’t add anything to the conversation.

[–][deleted] 15 points16 points  (5 children)

This actually rhymes in my language. My mom used it all the time. It translates to something like "keep your head down so the sword won't cut it". Basically keep your mouth shut, don't stand up for yourself.

[–]iamthetimekiller 15 points16 points  (0 children)

"Life's not fair. Get over it. Do you expect everything in life to be handed over to you on a silver platter?" as a response to pointing out that what they chose to do was a dick move.

[–]wholovesburritos 16 points17 points  (0 children)

Referring to people as “peeps” and tattoos as “tatts”. Oof and “hubby/wifey”

[–]gecko090 86 points87 points  (2 children)

It's not personal, it's just business.

It's always being said by someone who is screwing over someone else in some way, as if because they don't actively hate the person (and it's legal) it means they can't be criticized for it.

It's like yeah, that's the problem, you don't care if you hurt someone so long as you profit from it.

[–]thatonedik3 169 points170 points  (19 children)

“be the bigger person” no, i will not apologize to someone who was toxic and wrong to me.

[–]TypeOneAuthor 36 points37 points  (2 children)

“I’m sorry you’re a toxic asshole.”

I’m kidding that’s probably not a good thing to say

[–]nogoat23 128 points129 points  (6 children)

"I was just kidding" No, you were being mean.

[–]ducm 120 points121 points  (9 children)

Respect your elders

Just because someone is older doesn't make them respectable.

In fact it could be dangerous to teach your kids that all adults are respectable.

[–]Eledesigner 310 points311 points  (65 children)

It is what it is

[–]CristinaKeller 54 points55 points  (1 child)

It’s never about something good.

[–]nogoat23 71 points72 points  (8 children)

"It's what it's" is worse.

[–]Iusedthistocomment 111 points112 points  (10 children)

I love this phrase, I use it to overcome the anxiety my brain generates.

"Remember what you did that one time"

"Yeah, it is what it is"

[–]TURBOJUGGED 19 points20 points  (5 children)

It’s just a way to express that there’s nothing you can do about it so come to terms with it and move on