questionswhat's the worst catch phrase?

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I'd buy that for a dollar.

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Don't Hassel The Hoff.

Whachoo talkin about willis

Needs more cowbell (does that count?)

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That is sooooo (fill in the blank).

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@joe43wv: Yes, it really is! Sorry, I use that one a lot - explains so much. However, I agree with you - overused.

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YOLO! (that was a joke.. but gets annoying)

And the list goes on... what stands out for me right now is:

One, two, Kalamazoo. Three, four, Jersey Shore. Five, Six, West Phoenix. A thousand-eight, a thousand-nine. Dallas, Denver, Anaheim. Thirty-Five Thousand Twenty-Three, Puget Sound and Miami.

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Things are getting too spicy for the pepper

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What goes around comes around.

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Break a leg. Never figured out why this phrase is used for good luck.

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(whatever) is the new (whatever)

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@driley1974: This came from theater circles - the theory goes that if you say "good luck" you'll cause someone to have horrible luck. So you wish them something bad, "Break a leg", and then they can have good luck.

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@tsfisch: Thank you. Learn something new everyday.

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"Live Action!"

Youtube "Turtleman" if you need/want the visuals.

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Wassssup, as seen on those incredibly awful mid-90s commercials for some beer.