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What is something that makes you roll your eyes the moment someone says or does it? Listener Write In

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u/Wild_Tank_9926 27d ago

I work in retail so the second anyone says "I'm never shopping here again" my eyes roll so far back I'm not sure they will ever return, also that isn't a threat that is a reward for us to never have to see you again.

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u/Cold_Barber_4761 27d ago

As a former retail employee, yes! It isn't the doomed threat they think it is, especially because it's usually a total asshole customer!

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u/Shutupandplayball 27d ago

Don’t threaten me with a good time!

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u/sakiwebo 27d ago

"I'm never shopping here again"

You roll your eyes?

My face automatically starts smiling everytime they've said that phrase

I can barely resist the urge to say "Promise?", because that would probably just escalate things and the sooner the interraction is over the better.

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u/Theturtlemoves86 27d ago

The one I worked at was in a small town, so I'd always say, "See you tomorrow!"

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u/Bacon_Flower 27d ago

Don't forget the "It must be free!" comment when something won't scan easily.

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u/hippieghost_13 27d ago

Came here to say this lol. Oh don't know the price or can't find a barcode ect.. oh I guess it's free then! Gee so funny never heard that one before! Hard eye roll..

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u/themisst1983 27d ago

Then they get offended that you didn't find their joke to be the funniest thing someone has ever said.

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u/RareBeautyOnEtsy 27d ago

Don’t you just want your say “Thank you”?

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u/Creepy_Addict 27d ago

My response was, "That's not the threat you think it is." or "Yay!"

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u/MyRepresentation 27d ago

"It's my truth!"

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u/Comfortable-Cup-6318 27d ago

Even if it's a situation I know nothing about, in my head, my initial response is "ok, liar."

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u/lizard990 27d ago

Bahahahahha dying

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u/Background-Moose-701 27d ago

Yeah this one has always been stupid and it’s starting to trickle down because even the heavy users have realized how dumb it sounds.

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u/Kris_okami 27d ago

My bf’s mother is always talking bad about me behind back and accusing me of cheating with lies but she says it’s “her truth”, I just rolls my eyes when my bf says what she accused me of but i don’t show it to him, we are in a long distance relationship for 6 years now (together for 10)

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u/lilyofthevalley2659 27d ago

Life is short, stop wasting your time on this guy

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u/Key_Coach_8309 27d ago

If you’ve been in a long distance relationship for 6 years, you’re not in a relationship.

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u/Automatic_Bee150 27d ago

Right! Because “your truth” may be delusional. Your truth may not be The Truth.

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u/RayeInWA 27d ago

I’m aN iNfLuEncEr… 🙄

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u/Yesitsmesuckas 27d ago

I miss the pre-“influencer” days…yeah, GET OFF MY LAWN!

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u/Animallover1970 27d ago

Luckily, we don't have any presumptuous influencers in our small country!!

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u/RayeInWA 27d ago

Where do you live?! I might have to move there!

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u/Animallover1970 27d ago

Belgium. We're all pretty down to earth here 😁

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u/RayeInWA 27d ago

Ah well, I’ll be moving to Glasgow later this year, so Belgium will be in close proximity. Nice to know!

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u/rampant_maple 27d ago

When someone says "irregardless". Your choices are " irrespective" or "regardless".... the conflation of these two words in a sentence means I don't hear anything you say after that because I'm just biting my tongue.

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u/flitterbug33 27d ago

I have a friend that says flustrated. Not flustered or frustrated.

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u/Objective_Lead_6810 27d ago

Ugh, I had a co-worker who said this all the time and it was so hard to keep a straight face.

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u/tinyyawns 27d ago

Conversate instead of converse :/

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u/chanovsky 27d ago

One time I accidentally said "movementing" instead of "moving."

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u/hevnztrash 27d ago

“addicting”

Also “literally” when they mean figuratively.

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u/Babshearth 27d ago

Orientated. 🙄.

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u/Sly3n 27d ago

When people say they ‘fell’ pregnant. I just hate that.

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u/New_Sun6390 27d ago

When people say they ‘fell’ pregnant. I just hate that.

OMG that just makes my blood boil!

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u/MidLifeEducation 27d ago

I'm guessing she fell on her back during sex?

I'm also guessing he repeatedly fell on her for the 10-15 seconds before he finished?

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u/ConsiderationHot9518 27d ago

She was slippery…

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u/flitterbug33 27d ago

They "caught" feelings for each other.

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u/Bippity_Boppity_Boo2 27d ago

I hate that phrase so much. That's like a whole mental illness in a sentence, for people who treat normal human emotions like a virus. Wtf lol

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u/Ambitious_Owl_2004 27d ago

Depends on the circumstances. Plenty of us have fallen for someone we knew we shouldn't have or didn't want to.

I caught feelings for my ex bc I KNEW his ass was a pig but he somehow got my Dopamine receptors firing full blast. Smh.

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u/Serious_Telephone_28 27d ago

It's a British thing, though 🧐

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u/Sly3n 27d ago

I know, but it makes it sound like an accident, ‘Oops, I tripped and fell pregnant.’ That’s not how pregnancy works. You have to do an awful lot more than trip to ‘fall’ pregnant.

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u/Tricky-Appearance-43 27d ago

Should of, would of, could of. It hurt me to even type that.

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u/janobe 27d ago

Shoulda, coulda, woulda!

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u/Creepy_Addict 27d ago

I feel attacked. LMAO

I'm southern; shoulda, coulda, woulda, wanna, Imma are ingrained.

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u/tyleritis 27d ago

That and typing women when they mean woman. “I’m seeing a women”. I’m always wondering, how many my dude

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u/NightOwlReader 27d ago

Anyone who says or types "I seen" obviously hasn't seen much education.

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u/65Unicorns 27d ago

They “haven’t seen “ the inside of a book…

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u/Kimby303 27d ago

You know what I only recently realized about this? I think the reason people don't know this or get it confused is because of the should've, would've, could've contractions. That never occurred to me until about 3mos ago (and I'm almost 60yo!).

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u/ThousandsHardships 27d ago

Agreed with that! I guess one of mine is "we used to [do something a certain way] and things turned out okay." Like yeah, just completely discounting the fact that many many people turned out not okay, sometimes dead, because of it...

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u/Magerimoje 27d ago

My favorite is when people do that about the safety of children in cars.

I love them asking "so auntie Carol, exactly how many serious car crashes were you involved in as a kid where you weren't wearing a seatbelt?"

The answer is of course zero, and I'm always like "yeah exactly because the kids who were in accidents while riding on mom's lap as an infant are ALL DEAD"

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u/Trigirl20 27d ago

I’m retired law enforcement. I was complained on because I stopped a car with an obese woman in the front passenger seat holding her child, under a year old , on her lap. A car seat in the back not buckled in. I told her it was illegal and how dangerous her baby on her lap is. She says well I’m just going down the road. It got under my skin because I’ve seen children seriously injured because they weren’t in a car seat. I told her that herfast ass going 55 mph and crushing her baby on the dash will kill her child. I signed the complaint.

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u/lawgirlamy 27d ago

Yes! Survivor bias is strong. And fallacious. Just because you weren't impaled by a gigantic lawn dart hurtling from the heavens doesn't make that a safe toy. 🙄

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u/Just_Engineering_163 27d ago

HA! I loved those things, but a friend of mine was the last straw of them being made illegal in Massachusetts when one went straight through his foot as a small child

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u/Chzncna2112 27d ago

Remind them freedom of speech is stopping the government from stifling your speech. The rest of us can shut you up.

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u/SillyStallion 27d ago

And that of freedom of speech does not equal freedom from consequences

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u/Chzncna2112 27d ago

Exactly. Also if you are going to "protest" stand proudly by what you believe.

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u/umhuh223 27d ago

Marry me.

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u/manykeets 27d ago

“Do your own research” while trying to convince you to believe their conspiracy theory

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u/Honey-Squirrel-Bun 27d ago

While their "research" are porely sourced opinion articles and they won't read or will just try to debunk any research you send them.

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u/Disastrous-Method-21 27d ago

Poorly, not porely.

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u/chickengarbagewater 27d ago

Maybe they found them deep within their skin? Who are you to judge. /s

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u/Disastrous-Method-21 27d ago

Lol 😆 my bad. Didn't mean to get under anyone's skin.😃

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u/Junior-Towel-202 27d ago

"could care less"

The term is "couldn't care less" 

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u/Prairie_Crab 27d ago

This makes me crazy! Saying it wrong means the exact opposite of what you intended!

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u/heartsoflions2011 27d ago

Misuse of the word “aesthetic”, i.e. “That’s so aesthetic”….STOP IT

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u/Mrslazar 27d ago

I'm so happy I've never heard anyone say it that way

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u/BKMama227 27d ago

Sorry for your “lost”.

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u/scholarlyowl03 27d ago

Or how about “I don’t want to loose him.”

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u/Wundrgizmo 27d ago

For all intensive purposes, they may just be trying the best they can.

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u/neddythestylish 27d ago

"There's no right or wrong answer" when there absolutely are right and wrong answers. "Well I have my opinion, just like you have yours" about completely objective facts.

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u/Rude_Independent7899 27d ago

“I’m just very honest” “I bet I can tell your zodiac sign”

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u/mommamegmiester 27d ago

"Omg, that's just like an asparagus to do that!!"

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u/BatCorrect4320 27d ago

“I tell it like it is.”

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u/hotcheetoneedsanap 27d ago

Always two faced people saying this too haha

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u/BroncosGirl7LJD 27d ago

I’ll pray for you.

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u/FreshFondant 27d ago

Gross right? Like "I'll ask Santa to do a favor for you."

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u/RossiCarr 27d ago

The Lord doesn't give you more than you can handle.

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u/leslienosleep 27d ago

"It's all part of God's plan" 🤢

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u/Shasta-2020 27d ago

I respond with “God has a lot more confidence in me than I do.” I absolutely hate this phrase.

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u/MercyMe717 27d ago

"Where was the last place you had it?" Like I'm gonna continue searching for something if I knew where I last had it

"At the end of the day...." Grrrrrrrr

"I'm the onliest one..." Tf

"'member when..." to hard to add the re huh?

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u/Mlady_gemstone 27d ago

idk, i find "where was the last place you had it" useful because it gives you a starting point. like was it inside or outside? in this room, or that room, ect. my class ring had gone missing and the last time i remember having it was in the bedroom, we did eventually end up finding it. it had fallen behind a dresser next to the wall. instead of looking through the entire house we only tore our bedroom apart.

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u/Efficient-Cupcake247 27d ago

Thats just how i am 🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬

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u/KittySpanKitty 27d ago

I don't mean to offend but.......

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u/EddieGrant 27d ago

Or the more extreme "Not to be racist, but .."

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u/No_Box_696 27d ago

Because you know EXACTLY what they’re about to say is going to be offensive 🙄🙄

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u/KittySpanKitty 27d ago

I know right! Go ahead, knock me out with an offensive observation. But go ahead and be upset with my response.

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u/KimFromFL 27d ago

Right!! Or “don’t take this the wrong way but…” - 🙄🙄🙄

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u/Magerimoje 27d ago

When people say "could of" or "would of"

Noooo!!!!

It's could've or would've or could have or would have.

Yes "could've" and "could of" sounds similar and almost the same for many (depending on dialect) but it's definitely wrong to type "could of" because it makes absolutely zero sense.

Could've or could have.

Would've or would have.

Should've or should have.

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u/carmachu 27d ago

“It was a mistake” for things they purposely did. Cheated on spouse, got drunk and/or drove, high rate of speeding and crash. Whole host of things you heard or seen on Reddit.

Not carrying the one in a math problem is a mistake. You made a choice to do many of those things.

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u/MistsofThra 27d ago

“You’ll change your mind!” I’m 31 I think I know what I want and don’t want for my life. Get your brainwashed breeder idea of what people’s lives should look like far the fuck away from me.

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u/DeeDionisia 27d ago

Patronising too!

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u/_modernhominin 27d ago

“But what if you marry a man who wants children?”“You’ll find the love of your life and want his babies.” “I didn’t want children either until I had one and now I love them.” 🫠🫠🫠

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u/Sunny-Happy 27d ago

Referring to their spouse as hubby or wifey. Man caves and she sheds.

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u/tinytornado33 27d ago

Saying “we’re pregnant”. Nope one of you is growing a human, one of you had a good time and now chills for the next however many months.

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u/Magerimoje 27d ago

Yes!

"We're expecting" is cool because yes, y'all are expecting a baby.

But pregnancy is reserved for one human as an individual.

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u/Honey-Squirrel-Bun 27d ago

Omg YES. We heard a woman say this, having to correct herself with the "we" as her husband seemed annoyed when she said "I am" at first. This was a yoga class so SHE had to modify moves due to being pregnant, obviously he wouldn't. Even my husband said the dude has issues.

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u/Short-pitched 27d ago

I absolutely hate that one. I don’t know why women allow this. Honey you are pregnant and you will become a mother and that’s privilege and a journey to self discovery and a hard one at that, that’s yours and hour alone. I, as a man, did almost nothing and my contribution is almost nothing and that contribution entitled me to being a parent. Pregnancy is all yours. Take pride in it and don’t add the him for 30 second of his involvement

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u/umhuh223 27d ago

Woke…the worst.

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u/[deleted] 27d ago

On a date, any time a man diagnosis an ex with some type of mental illness, or even if it’s true to disclose it to me. Like, none of anyone’s business: not mine and not yours anymore.

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u/Immediate_Mud_2858 27d ago

Baby mamma/daddy.

Catch feelings.

Fell pregnant.

We’re pregnant.

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u/Dependent-Sign-2407 27d ago

All of these. Plus “baby bump” makes me want to hurl.

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u/Resonance-stablized 27d ago

When they pronounce words or phrases wrong, and confidently at that. I don’t make fun of them, because I can’t pronounce certain words either like “rural” (fuck that word). But it just gets to me because I am an asshole, I’m sorry. When I hear it, I cringe so bad.

Examples are:

  • “Pacifically” instead of “specifically”
  • “Mind as well” instead of “might as well”
  • “ReNember” instead of “ReMember”
  • “Irregardless” instead of just using “regardless”

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u/Cold_Barber_4761 27d ago

Expresso instead of espresso really irritates me.

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u/Bulky-Bank-6063 27d ago

How do you feel about Valentime's Day? lol. That one drives me bonkers.

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u/Gwenhyfar777 27d ago

“Liberry“ instead of “library”

“Idear” instead of “idea” OR “ideal”

“Sitch-e-ation“ instead of “situation”.

I’m sure there are many more I am forgetting.

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u/TheCatsMinion 27d ago

Ex-cetera instead of etcetera.

Supposebly instead of supposedly.

I’m going to sale xyz instead of I’m going to sell xyz.

Nuculer instead of nuclear.

Makes my ears bleed.

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u/squirlysquirel 27d ago

But it's my love language...

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u/relenting_daisy2718 27d ago

When people are looking for recommendations for something, and end their sentence with “…and GO!”

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u/Dada2fish 27d ago

YES! This bugs me so much. And I get a feeling of satisfaction when no one responds.

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u/Bippity_Boppity_Boo2 27d ago

Unpopular opinion: The terms "hubby" & "wifey" incite my gag response everytime.

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u/Then_Pangolin2518 27d ago

I feel the same way. As well as when people call their child "bubs" or "bubba". Drives me nuts!

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u/OddResolution8086 27d ago

When someone says something beginning with “no offense but…” or “don’t take this the wrong way…”

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u/Lollypop1305 27d ago

When people shorten words like “menty b” or “holibobs” just shut up

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u/DragonsHollow 27d ago

Brits are the fucking worst for this. My husband and I laugh about it all the time - especially as tiktok is so popular. It's why people don't respect Brits at all - they literally talk like babies 😂

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u/Lollypop1305 27d ago

I’m Scottish living in England and honestly it drives me up the wall! Just speak properly. They don’t seem to realise how ridiculous it sounds 🤣

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u/DragonsHollow 27d ago

It's their own way of being "edgy" and "cute" and "relatable" I think 😂 I'm British, but moved to the US and now that it's not a common occurrence that I hear these things, it gives me awful second-hand embarrassment whenever I do hear it. Full-on full body cringe at these stupid grown ass toddlers 🤣

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u/Lollypop1305 27d ago

🤣🤣🤣 someone once said to me they were having a menty b and I had to just walk away before I slapped them

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u/LynxEqual9518 27d ago

"I'll pray for you" - please don't and if you do it is not something you need to tell me. It has no meaning and it does not help nor fix anything.

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u/Electronic_Ad_1246 27d ago

“That’s it. That’s the post.” Makes me cringe every time lol

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u/OrcishDelight 27d ago

Just general whataboutism. It's a great way to tackle everything but the point.

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u/storm_in_a_tea_cup 27d ago

"My child is 26monrhs old" oh really? And how many candles did you have on that last bday cake? 2. Your kids is two ffs

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u/Lady-of-Shivershale 27d ago

Parents get used to thinking in months rather than years because paediatricians use months as the marker for baby and toddler development. A human at one year and one month is very different to one at one year and eleven months.

And development means height, weight, mobility and language skills, and a host of other things. It's not about whether little Timmy toilet trained himself at the age of three hours and forty-two minutes old.

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u/tinyyawns 27d ago

I roll my eyes at people who don’t understand this lol.

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u/RossiCarr 27d ago

Yes. Up to about 2 or 1 1/2 it's in the child's interest to think in terms of months.

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u/saucyshayna419 27d ago

The comment said 26 months, which is over 2. That's time to switch.

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u/Alternative-Pack8888 27d ago

My mother, as I was growing up, would comment that me and my sisters always got perfect scores at school. I always rolled my eyes and cringed at the comment, cause I wasn't really a genius or anything. I just paid attention and didn't want to get bad grades. But her constant bragging always made me roll my eyes.

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u/Short-pitched 27d ago

This my friends is what called humble brag

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u/Shutupandplayball 27d ago

“At the end of the day, you…”

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u/DeinaSilver 27d ago

"You don't like [insert very known singer/band] because you haven't heard [insert names of songs]"

Similar to this "Oh, try listening to/have you heard [insert song name of Singer/bad you said you didn't like], it will change your mind]

This can be applied to other personal trastes, but for me or happens a lot of times when I say I don't like some very known singer or band.

It's like, mate, I've tried, I just don't think that artist is great. I accept that people might like it, just like with everything in life, but I just don't.

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u/JCarterMMA 27d ago

"I could care less"

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u/Important_Plum6000 27d ago

“As an empath…” or anything to do with energies or whatever tf.

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u/princessmem 27d ago

It was 3am in the morning. Either say 3am or 3 in the morning. You don't need both.

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u/digitalgirlie 27d ago

“You have yourself a blessed day.” 🤮🤮🤮

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u/Magerimoje 27d ago

I prefer "have the day you deserve" 😂

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u/Bippity_Boppity_Boo2 27d ago

Wait, lol, explain to me like I'm dumb why this is so pukey? I don't get it. I also don't say that to people, but I'm curious.

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u/Brilliant_Win713 27d ago

Because when people say this, it’s usually backhanded. Like they’re undercover annoyed or something with you. Passive aggressiveness is so unattractive.

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u/Lergic2Logic 27d ago

During management meetings the head guy speaks and the same guy every time will chime in and say the exact same thing that was just said but he just changes the verbiage to sound like he’s teaching something new. Even the big guy knows he is notorious for this along with the rest of us and we all usually just give each other that look like alright man shut your ass up.

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u/cvslsc 27d ago

Wave me through a 4 way stop. It seems petty, I know. But I'm like "I do not need you to explain to me how 4 way stops work.'

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u/Sea-Meringue444 27d ago

I hate the expression It is what it is. It seems meaningless.

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u/Mr_Arcane 27d ago

I used to think so too. My roommate ould say it often. After a while I took it to mean " I don't like it, but I can't change it, so I'll have to accept it and keep going". Said with some frustration. Does that help ?

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u/Chiefvick 27d ago

I could care less. I want to yell “you’re saying it wrong!”

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u/Actually-its_satan 27d ago

Using “alpha” to describe pretty much anything. “I’m never drinking again” And “I could never do ______”

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u/oksorbet22 27d ago

Mentions cats when women talk about not having kids. If a woman says she doesn't want kids and your response involves cats, you're an NPC.

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u/freedinthe90s 27d ago

“It’s gods will”

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u/shocklace 27d ago

Talks about saving souls Christian babble bullshit. Like Christianity isn't the only belief in the freaking world.

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u/morganalefaye125 27d ago

"But it's the only RIGHT one!!" (eyeroll eyeroll eyeroll)

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u/ohhfukk 27d ago

Try telling them that...

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u/Bezborg 27d ago

“… and I’m so here for it”, and iterations. A pox on your house if you say or write this.

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u/[deleted] 27d ago

When people says “Facts” or “say less”. 🤦🏽‍♀️

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u/Moist-Patch 27d ago

Silly, but it makes me roll my eyes hard when I hear someone say or read someone saying, "Revert back. "... no, you revert or are reverting, which is to return to a previous state/topic/practice in your life. You're not going back back!

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u/OlderAndTired 27d ago

“Reply all” use

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u/6483955 27d ago

Even worse when people reply all to your boss wishing one person a happy birthday

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u/Kimberj71 27d ago

Reduplicate. One of our IT people always asks if I can reduplicate the issue.

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u/Cormamin 27d ago

"I just don't have a filter " - instantly tells you someone is an asshole.

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u/LadyIllenial 27d ago

Honestly, anytime someone says “fuck politicians name” I don’t care WHICH politician. If you’re having a discussion and the only thing someone can come up with is “well fuck George Washington” like okay? There’s zero intelligence or thought put into that response and you’ve ruined any argument you may have previously made by just getting emotional

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u/scholarlyowl03 27d ago

Nope, sorry, fuck Marjorie Taylor Green. And fuck Mitch McConnell too. I don’t know if old George deserves it but fuck those two.

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u/umhuh223 27d ago

No seriously, FUCK trump.

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u/MonkeyTraumaCenter 27d ago

The “If I am the last one to speak, I win the argument” people, especially when they “call you out” for not having a reply to their last point. No, Kevin, I made my point and am done with you.

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u/Motor_Purple7284 27d ago

"You're such a typical [ zodiac sign ]"

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u/64green 27d ago

A few days ago I overheard a woman say, “I’m a middle child and a libra. So now you know everything about me.” No, the only thing I know about you is that you have some stupid ideas about birth order and the zodiac.

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u/MamaDragonExMo 27d ago

We will just have to agree to disagree (typically on a topic concerning basic human rights and almost always some white dude who has never been affected by the things he’s all fired up about). Just no.

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u/ConsiderationHot9518 27d ago

Not trying to by rude, BUT..

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u/Cali_Holly 27d ago

OMG……..Had some guy tell me I had “Irony” in my tone and that’s why he was rude to me. 🤣

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u/carlosstjohn116 27d ago

When an older person says “you’ll change your mind when you get older”. For example, when my wife and I bought our first home, several people commented on how great the 2 car garage was. And we mentioned how we’re going to keep it clear so we can park cars in here and they were like “well see! You’ll start putting all your stuff here before you know it” snd we were like …. Uhhh no. Don’t tell me what I will intend to do with my garage…

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u/cinder7usa 27d ago

“…But the Bible says……” as part of an argument that isn’t about religion.

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u/Strict-Ad-7099 27d ago

A dialogue like this sends me through the roof:

“Hey, how’s it going?”

“Oh, you know, just livin’ the dream!”

Never heard anyone say this until I moved where I live now. It is most certainly not a paradise or dream here. Obviously it’s sarcastic and ironic. It just isn’t very clever and hella annoying.

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u/gaetanzo 27d ago

I did my own research.

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u/Advanced-Area4676 27d ago

I know my rights, or I know the law. Guarantee they don't.

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u/ilikesalad 27d ago

It's Biden's fault! Fuck Governor Ennslee!

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u/Main-Map-6003 27d ago

All that freedom of speech means is that they won't kill you or put in jail for saying something it doesn't mean that people can't give their speech back or dislike you for saying things. We have obviously learned there are limits to that freedom anyway

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u/pixelatedatomicbomb 27d ago

"With all due respect" 👀

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u/Rich-Abbreviations25 27d ago

Every time I see “iF ThE rOlEs wErE rEvErSeD” I mentally prepare myself to read the whining that immediately follows. Yes, you’re so persecuted. My heart just bleeds for you.

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u/iyamjen 27d ago

"what most people don't understand...."

"Does that make sense?" after explaining a very simple concept/task. "Turn right at the next street. does that make sense?"

"I love you" to everyone you know. When you say it literally to everyone it loses its power.

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u/meirzy 27d ago

“I’ll pray for you.”

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u/helviacastle 27d ago

"I'll pray for you." 🙄🙄🙄

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u/No-Lie-802 27d ago

If it were up your butt I bet you'd find it.

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u/frnkmnst 27d ago

“but where are you REALLY from??”

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u/etnoodle 27d ago

last night going down my neighborhood street they had a huge truck with their brights on one side and a smaller car parked on the other. i barely squeezed through them n started complaining about why they werent in their driveways (at least the one completely parked n not in their car!) n my boyfriend deadass looked at me and said “well, it is a free country.” definitely eyeroll moment

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u/Wanderluster621 27d ago

Trump was a great president.

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u/argenman 27d ago

Anything good said about Trump…or that the Insurrection was warranted.

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u/New_Sun6390 27d ago

"Rainbow baby."

And if this platform is any indication, these babies are spoiled rotten, treated better than all their siblings, and grow up to be entitled AHs.

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u/pichicagoattorney 27d ago

Whether or not

It's the" or not" that drives me crazy.

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u/Dependent-Sign-2407 27d ago

“Good on you.” Why did this become a thing?

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u/PorscheOnly420 27d ago

Let’s Goooooooo

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u/Ethereal_Chittering 27d ago

“I mean I love him but …” = I’m going to unload on you all my complaints about him but I’ll never leave him b/c loneliness.

“It is what it is” used to annoy me but thankfully don’t hear that too much anymore.

“Have a great day!” said by anyone knowing you’re going through struggles. Easy, disingenuous and dismissive. Usually said by men.

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u/Fun_Anywhere_6281 27d ago

"It is what it is", "at the end of the day..." Ugh 🙄

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u/Kratech 27d ago

I agree with you however I’m still pissed I had to pay a $200 ticket for flipping a guy off. I was 17 he was at least 40. He was following me and throwing things at me. I flipped him off and called the cops. I got introuble not him. Technically in my state if you keep your hand inside the car flipping them off it is deemed “freedom of speech” so I’m still mad.

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u/catfish0807 27d ago

“We’re just trying to eat” after doing something totally shitty as if there where no other ways to obtain food

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u/Dufflecat 27d ago

raceism dosent exist anymore

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u/ConfidentChipmunk007 27d ago

“I’m just asking a question!”

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u/Barefootgrannie 27d ago

When a person says something like “ my wife and I’s “ or “my husband and I’s” Drives me fuckin crazy especially when I see it in writing on my CC TV.

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u/JayNoi91 27d ago

"in your heart of hearts" Man you dont know how much I hate that phrase.