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September 22, 2018, 02:14:51 PM
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Most annoying word for me on bitcointalk are mostly use on Announcements (Altcoins) board.

For me below words are most annoying and I always used report to moderator button if found;

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Great project, Good project, Awesome project, Exciting Project, Beautiful projects, Potential project, Biggest projects, Amazing project, Nice project, Excellent project, Wonderful project, Fantastic project, Cool project, Sound awesome, I love this project, I like this project, I wish good project to our future,  Promising project, I support to this project, To the moon, Nice project with a great team,  Very Interesting,  All The Best, I'm glad to be part of this project, Hoping for a better project, I trust this project, One of the best ICO , And all others similar word.

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September 22, 2018, 02:21:36 PM
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"ICO"

Technically perhaps not a word but annoying nonetheless. I think the world would be a much better place if the word and the actual ICOs would just disappear one day.

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September 22, 2018, 02:23:35 PM
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How about "merit" lately?  Grin

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I think it might be "Sir".  Grin

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September 22, 2018, 02:35:16 PM
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For me its "please" (for some reasons)

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September 22, 2018, 02:36:19 PM
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"Sir" used to annoy me, but I've got used to it now.

"Merit" has become annoying.

"Newbie" is the latest one, but only when it is used to refer to a spambie.

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September 22, 2018, 02:46:52 PM
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Thank you sir. Now I actually know how to trigger all of these newbies, who have no merit, but are still trying to get into an ICO. Please post more sir due to the fact that I want you to.

Nah but seriously, I've always joked about a few things that come up either from Google translate or a weird grasp on the English language.

"Avail". I've never in my entire life heard someone say this other than "...to no avail." Anything else is just strange. "I will avail to earn Bit-Coins." Roll Eyes

"Entreat". Another hilarious and odd word choice. " Entreat me to Bit Coins!!"

Oh and last but not least, when people make grammatical errors like "your an idiot" or "please advice me". In case you aren't sure what the mistakes are there, " You're an idiot." And "Please advise me." Would be correct.

I will now avail to find some newbies in ICO threads and Entreat them to some actual merits, sir.

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September 22, 2018, 02:53:21 PM
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I think it might be "Sir"  Grin

Please sir hilarious sir please unban my account sir I didn't mean to copy and paste all my posts sir I need that account to feed my family sir. Please sir I'm begging you sir.

Boils my piss when people use it every other word and practically as a replacement for a period (or a full stop if you speak proper English  Cheesy).

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September 22, 2018, 03:00:04 PM
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Boils my piss when people use it every other word and practically as a replacement for a period.

Does that work? We need to advise the girls so that they can avail themselves of the concept. I entreat you not to hide this under a bush. Smiley

It sounds like a good labour saving device.

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September 22, 2018, 03:05:26 PM
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"hardwork" comes to mind, since it isn't one word but tends to get written that way by shitposters.

"dump/pump" are pet peeves of mine, since they get mostly written by people who don't speak English and are just parroting what they read here.  This is apparent when you read sentences like "The market is dump today.  Wait for pump and you will profit for sure".

"Hodl" was cute at first, but it a "word" that's been co-opted by the illiterati who tend to overuse it.

I'm sure there are many others I could think of, but I haven't started drinking my coffee yet. 

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September 22, 2018, 03:26:55 PM
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Few weeks ago it was " Very interesting project , Good .......... and all that Spam things"

this changed the last weeks to  " Good luck fellows  ,  Good luck DEV's "

and there are others too as already mentioned in previous posts  "ICO , Merit and .........  " .

But personal it was " Join Airdrop , Bounty , profit " .
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September 22, 2018, 03:29:20 PM
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Ok, let me talk about why I don't like the word "Sir".

In our country, The word "Sir" dictionary interpretation is a polite language for adult males. It has been used for more than 1,000 years. In ancient times, this word was often used to refer to those who are highly respected, such as scholars and teachers.

But now the usage of the word has changed a bit. Usually only the service industry will use the word now. For example, the waiter in a restaurant or hotel will call me "Sir" , For friends, we will only call them nicknames. For online/forum friends usually refer to the other party as "my friend" or account username.
If someone uses the word "Sir" to call me in a forum, it seems to me that who have a "self-deprecating" meaning, and I am usually more willing to regard netizens as "friends" rather than "waiters."

So I don't like someone calls me "Sir" , and I don't like to see who uses this word in forums.
Forgive me for broken English, but I think you also have the same feelings for the word “Sir”.

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September 22, 2018, 03:39:14 PM
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"Sir" is derived from the word "Sire", or "seigneur" in some other countries, and it was a form of address used when talking to a feudal lord, possibly a knight or a baronet. It was used by the serfs. It doesn't really have a use in the modern world other than as an obsequious form of address used by a shop assistant or waiter.

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September 22, 2018, 03:55:12 PM
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"Sir" is derived from the word "Sire", or "seigneur" in some other countries, and it was a form of address used when talking to a feudal lord, possibly a knight or a baronet. It was used by the serfs. It doesn't really have a use in the modern world other than as an obsequious form of address used by a shop assistant or waiter.

I don't know much about Western knight culture, but in some ancient cultures in the East, the word “Sir” has a similar usage to the West in ancient times. sometimes, it is used to refer to feudal lords who have no title.
But now, besides I can hear the waiter call me like this, I can rarely hear who called me like this.
At least in our country, it has some derogatory ingredients in it, Perhaps the word has no derogatory use in Southeast Asia and is more widely used.
If anyone knows more about the usage of this word in Southeast Asia, you can make an explanation about how use of this word in Southeast Asia.I am very interested in this.

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September 22, 2018, 04:09:42 PM
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"hardwork" comes to mind, since it isn't one word but tends to get written that way by shitposters.

This annoys me more not because of how they make it one word, but they use it to refer to bounty campaigns, as if spamming their bounty crap over every platform they can find is anything even remotely approaching "hard work".



It doesn't really have a use in the modern world other than as an obsequious form of address used by a shop assistant or waiter.

As much as I loathe it being used in the forum, I actually use the word "sir" in my professional life to address male patients above a certain age I'm meeting for the first time. Where I work, these patients tend to want a more formal relationship, and "Hello sir, my name's Dr. X. How are you doing today?" is a nice way to establish that from the outset.

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September 22, 2018, 04:20:51 PM
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So I don't like someone calls me "Sir" , and I don't like to see who uses this word in forums.
Forgive me for broken English, but I think you also have the same feelings for the word “Sir”.
SIR in my vocabulary means "Slave I Remain" and obviously the reason why you hate to be called as SIR is because of this. There is no slavery that happens on this forum right?

"Sir" is derived from the word "Sire", or "seigneur" in some other countries, and it was a form of address used when talking to a feudal lord, possibly a knight or a baronet. It was used by the serfs. It doesn't really have a use in the modern world other than as an obsequious form of address used by a shop assistant or waiter.
So Sire or seigneur was the etymology of the word Sir. Anyway, this word apply righteously to the teachers where they love to see their students as slaves. Students are becoming an assistant to the teachers from assigning some of his workloads on that students provided that the student will going to get a good grade. Sorry for bringing this but I would like to ask everybody that we celebrate a happy teacher's month and an Advance happy teacher's day worldwide on 5th of October of every year.

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September 22, 2018, 04:26:15 PM
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"Sir" is derived from the word "Sire", or "seigneur" in some other countries, and it was a form of address used when talking to a feudal lord, possibly a knight or a baronet. It was used by the serfs. It doesn't really have a use in the modern world other than as an obsequious form of address used by a shop assistant or waiter.

I think Sir is usual in Virginia, they use it for respect so you might have to reconsider after all its not just the people there who uses it. Its good to know where the word came from though. Some people also don't like themselves to be called sir as it means master which religious people only believe the rabbi are the only that should be called sir.

What annoys me is the phrase "interesting project". For someone who says so should also support as to why they find it interesting.

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My "friends" account got blocked for no reason..
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September 22, 2018, 04:50:57 PM
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"ICO"

Technically perhaps not a word but annoying nonetheless. I think the world would be a much better place if the word and the actual ICOs would just disappear one day.

I remember a time when ICOs weren't a thing Smiley Less spam, ah the memories.

"biggest projects I have ever seen"

But I literally just picked a random topic in Announcements, went down the first page, and had a few of those checked off. It's sad the forum has come to this in certain sections.

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