There’s a reason why certain words piss girls off
Just like the late George Carlin famously complained about the “7 words” you can’t say on television, there are seven words that piss every girl off during a conversation. ” Sure, K, Fine, Whatever, Yep, Yea, and So”. Why are they the words that piss us off? Basically, these are the words that mean absolutely nothing, convey no feelings or emotions whatsoever, and in way to sum it all up, they all suck. What’s so bad about them you ask? Well, I’ll just go through every one and tell you:
Sure. Sure is an emotionless word. It gives me no indication of how excited, happy, unhappy, depressed, or unsatisfied you truly are, especially over a text message. When somebody tells me “sure” it actually gives me the guide of how “unsure” you truly are.
K. K is a letter, not a word. If you’re going to type “k,” at least type in the whole freaking word. It gives me great satisfaction that you gave the least effort you could in responding to me. I appreciate it greatly.
Fine. Fine is a party pooper word. No matter how nice you try and sound it out, fine always sounds like you’re two years old and throwing a temper tantrum. Nothing good is ever associated with that word. Overcharge fine. Loitering fine. Even the people who say, “Dang, you look fine”. Fine? I thought I looked freaking fantastic..
Whatever. Whatever has been deemed as a catty word since it was used in the movie “Clueless”. Look up whatever in the dictionary. I dare you. It says: used to emphasize a lack of restriction in referring to any thing or amount, no matter what. Translation, you truly don’t give a monkeys uncle about anything. Remember when we used to do the hand gesture to whatever when we were little kids? We’d use our thumb and our index finger, twist it around like we were all that and make a “W”. Well, its time to grow up . We aren’t in elementary school anymore, it’s time you actually cared about something more than stupid patty cake games.
Yep. Yep is a cross between yes and help. When you text yep your either really excited about something and the word is followed by a million exclamation points, or your just really don’t wanna talk to somebody. How are you supposed to reply to a yep if your attitude is the second one? Simple. You don’t because the conversation is going to be going absofreakingloutely nowhere.
Yea. Okay, even Usher gave us the decency of an “h” on the word yeah with an exclamation point. Clearly, you can put a little more effort. Yea is one of those in-between words like yep, it’s a cross between “yay” and “yes” but of course, it’s the downer of the two. Yea feels incomplete. It’s like getting an empty packing in the mail, there’s no point in sending it.
So. So is never a good text to receive. It’s always used as a smart-aleck comment or received after a long text of explaining something. When you get a “so”reply, you know you have failed. The people who send the so’s are usually the people who truly have no interest in your life, are generally not concerned with the problem you just presented to them or any problem for that matter, or are just a complete A-hole, but usually they’re all three of those things.