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My son is a young pitcher and it bothers him when he messes up. When he walks someone I notice he drops his shoulders in disappointment. I edited the version but I told him that every time he does that he is telling everyone to come kick his but because he's feeling sorry for himself! I've also told both my kids that their goal should be to dominate their opponent in every aspect.
This post was edited by 0bama0 3 years ago
"Character" is doing the right thing when nobody is looking.
"...in terms of..."
God, give me patience today. If given strength I may beat someone to death.
taylo051 said... (original post)"...in terms of..."
taylo051 said... (original post)
It is what it is.
Not that he coined it...but still..
Every single one used in this thread I am guilty of using.
"it is what it is", "relative to", "in terms of" and I might as well be buying stock in little debbie oatmeal pies.
This post was edited by 3 years ago
scottchap said... (original post)Aight
scottchap said... (original post)
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"Think for yourself, question authority, be your own person"
I think I use "It is what it is" and "Aight" at least 5 times a day.
I like to stick "I'm just sayin'" to the end of sentences...
Kinda of partial to make his ass quit.
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