It comes but once a year – that exciting day when the New Marist Institute of Public Opinion releases its poll results, and we all find out the year’s most annoying words and/or phrases. This year’s word should come as no surprise, since it’s been at the top of America’s list since 2008.
Officially defined as “said as a response indicating a reluctance to discuss something, often implying indifference.”
According to the research, it’s the “indifference” part that really bakes people’s beans.
Other words and phrases that ranked high in 2017 include: fake news, no offense, but, literally, and you know what I mean.
I can get behind all of those, to be honest. How about you?
Try these on for size!