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When Words Make Me Angry

There are words that are too disturbing for the senses, obscene words for example, though some people may not use them at all. And there are other words which may not seem censorial, yet to some, like me, such words may seem too offensive.

Below are some words worth mentioning that pisses me off:

  • K: Yes that is it. The letter k, which in other words means OK or okay. You will come across this letter when you receive text messages from friends and your near and dear ones. You make some jolly good statement such as:

“After a long time I’m hearing from you and it feels really good.”


“I’ll be away for a few weeks. I know we would miss each other like crazy, but I’m sure you do understand that this trip is very important. I will bring you some gift, and don’t you be sad, I will be with you shortly. I will miss you.”

To all these jolly good statement what reply do you get? You think k. Yes, k, indeed.


  • Awesome: What can I do – can I wave a magic wand or something – so that people can forget this awesome word once and for all. Every time I access the internet and try reading stuff, the word awesome is the most prominent one.  For anything and everything people say awesome.
  • Ma: This is a very stupid way of writing my. Some people think – perhaps inspired by Rap music – that it’s cool to write ma instead of my.


The list of such words can go on. I am sure you must have come across words that you dislike with all your heart. So, may I be so bold as to ask you what words you hate the most.


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English: A stack of copy paper.
English: A stack of copy paper. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Beautifully it holds our words, our thoughts we put in it
This light weight thing has immense power
For a man of letters the paper is always fit
And in it writers scribble and doodle at every hour

Generations have passed, but the words haven’t
Inscribed in it are many, many events
It never discriminates between the rich and the poor
Knowledge is the same; one seeks less and one more.

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