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Saying Odd Things
Posted 4/7/14 , edited 4/7/14
I always say odd things, it doesn't matter the situation. None of them are frequently, it just happens.

But I do often say "I will kill your whole family," to people who are irritating me. ...Humor intended, of course.
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I do come up with some strange ones.... but the only ones i can think off of the top of my head are: "good as wood" and "I'll smash ya box". I also enjoy making extremely sexual comments to make people feel uncomfortable, but often may be interpreted differently. I'm good like that
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kokorowohiraite wrote:

You know how people do the whole "totes my goats" thing? I made up my own version, on accident - I kind of just said it one day.
"Totes my Zygotes".
My favourite part about this is that people who don't know scientific terms won't understand what that means but those who do either give it a few seconds to register and then laugh or look at me like I've just walked out of a mental institute.
I also have a lot of "creative" swears and curses.
I often call people, whether male or not, Mr. Man. Then one day, after years of my saying this, in AHS Coven Cordelia called the Bartender Mr. Man and now I'm convinced that script writer is my soul mate.


Has anyone asked if you were pregnant after saying "totes my zygotes"?
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Posted 4/7/14

Atheyon wrote:


kokorowohiraite wrote:

You know how people do the whole "totes my goats" thing? I made up my own version, on accident - I kind of just said it one day.
"Totes my Zygotes".
My favourite part about this is that people who don't know scientific terms won't understand what that means but those who do either give it a few seconds to register and then laugh or look at me like I've just walked out of a mental institute.
I also have a lot of "creative" swears and curses.
I often call people, whether male or not, Mr. Man. Then one day, after years of my saying this, in AHS Coven Cordelia called the Bartender Mr. Man and now I'm convinced that script writer is my soul mate.


Has anyone asked if you were pregnant after saying "totes my zygotes"?


Haha, no. Only sighs and cringing faces.
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I tend to say "be still my beating heart" sometimes when I see pretty ladies...thats pretty much all I can think of. I say plenty of strange stuff but it is usually off the cuff
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Posted 4/7/14
I've picked up a few odd sayings from my father.

Whenever someone says "So?" I say "Sew buttons."

Whenever someone stands in front of me, I say "Your daddy wasn't a window-maker."

There are probably a couple more that I can't remember right now.

My pappy comes up with some doozies, though. They're so strange I can't even remember them.

My grammy likes to say "there's fungus among us" to tease my brother or uncle. Apparently that came from one of my dad's friends when he was younger, who had a last name that sounded like fungus. She just started saying it whenever he came over, and now she applies it to anyone she deems as "fungus."
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"thats cute" - 9 times out of 10 the thing im commenting is probably as un-cute as can be. e.g. a piece of poo.
"hi uglies" - as i approach my friends on a daily basis.
"stop being gross" - a response to anyone coughing, sneezing, breathing heavily or just making irritating noises.
"shwet", "dakhad", "peas" - contorting different swear words so i can use them in front of my mum just to be annoying.

"can you not", "lets not", "i'm done with you" - speaks for themselves.
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My jokey offensive thing is I often start with 'I swear to God I will break your fucking...' followed by whatever string of random body parts first come to my mind. I also have a habit of saying 'the thing is' when I'm making a point a lot. 'Sweet baby fucking Jesus Christ' is another one I say when I'm shocked or surprised. I also say 'that's unorthodox' when something weird happens.
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I find things that are perfectly normal to most very odd. For example, don't ask someone how they are unless you actually want to know. Apparently no one actually expects an honest answer to that. If I ask, I actually care and expect an answer with whatever level of relevant detail the askee is comfortable with.

Things I say that others seem to find odd. In reference to the above example I developed a few canned replies after I figured out people don't really mean the question. When asked how I'm doing, I often either respond with either, "I'm doing, and that's better than not." or "I'm breathing and I'm here, so we'll call it a win." Everyone to date has obviously found them odd replies, but apparently they are sometimes considered humorous. I have also been known to say, "Son of biscuit eating whore," in reference to something that displeases me. Its a reference to a historical anecdote I learned that many people find disturbing. I have been asked to explain it before and it generally results in cringing, though one or two people I know have taken to using it as well. I also have a bad habit of calling things interesting at inappropriate times. I've gotten better about it, but it still happens.

While I wouldn't dream of pretending to be as smart as the character, the show Sherlock had some moments that resonated very strongly for me. In particular the parts where he looks at Watson and asks something along the lines of, "Not good?" in reference to something he had said and seen everyone else's reaction to.
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I always say odd things, but mostly in Spanish.
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it's hard...

it's like trying to tickle myself... I can't do it right? or trying to smell my own body scent.


my point is... I find myself to be normal... other people find me weird. I can make an educated guess on why they'd find me weird. but I don't see myself or anything I say as weird....



I mean, it's not like I collect light bulbs for a hobby, ffs... i'm the normalest person around...
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GayAsianBoy wrote:

it's hard...

it's like trying to tickle myself... I can't do it right? or trying to smell my own body scent.


my point is... I find myself to be normal... other people find me weird. I can make an educated guess on why they'd find me weird. but I don't see myself or anything I say as weird....


I mean, it's not like I collect light bulbs for a hobby, ffs... i'm the normalest person around...


Hmm. I think.....smell your pillow or blankets to smell your own body scent. Something you use a lot.
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Phersu wrote:

It happens to the best and most faceless of us. Some examples?

When dealing with the elderly - 'I'll turn you into Soylent Green old man.'

When dealing with chefs - 'So....long pig?'

When dealing with children - 'That filthy little orphan.'

What are some odd things you think of and say to people?
I think those are just rude things.
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FlyinDumpling wrote:

I think those are just rude things.


That was very rude of you. I'll be eating you now, my delicious little dumpling.
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"Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh" or "Woooooooooooooooooooooooshhhhhhhhh"

Imitating the wind etc...

Oh sorry, they are not words LOL. Sheesh.
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