dawg describe to me what her stand would be if she had one and i took it as a challenge
omfg what’s the stand’s name
i have no clue but she said the only ability it has is to extend that arm and turn itself off if someone flips the switch to “on”
I HAVE SELDOM HEARD ANYONE OF EITHER SEX WITH THAT SPEECH PATTERN, BUT THE CULTURAL ASSOCIATION COMES FROM VALLEY GIRLS
i don’t ever hear anyone break up the middle of a sentence with it. usually it’s at the beginning or it comes before an example. and the weird thing about the association coming from valley girls is that around the same time people had surfer boys who’d be all “like, duuude, that’s totally, like, gnarly man”
that said i fully support people abusing the word gnarly
i say like more than anyone i know ever
i dont say it much because i pressure myself not to use repeating words. i think my “like” might be “also” and/or “fuck(ing)”
misogyny probably. like the “women are bad at math/driving”. when a dude is bad at something, he’s just a person who is bad at somethin. when a lass is bad at something, every female ever is bad at it, etc.
reminds me of “BUT NOT ALL MEN ARE LIKE THAT” but sadder
why is saying “like” a lot associated with women. i’ve heard so many men who can’t stop using it
just like talking a lot or getting mad easily. somehow they got pinned as stereotypes of women when men do it just as much.
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