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    • Avoid saying ‘very fat’. Instead use ‘your mom’
      DazBoot 21 sep
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    • Bro if somebody uses the word squalid in a sentence I’m walking out the room
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    • That was so humorous, I’m feeble bro.
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    • Damn girl you got a parched ass pussy.
      PyroKen 21 sep
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    • Avoid saying something is very cool. Instead just refer to it as a Transformer
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    • I can’t say very wise? You want me to say sagacious? I’m good bro
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    • Half these words have different meanings to the words you're "meant to use instead" like you can be tired without being exhausted for example, they are different
      hambolina 21 sep
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    • This is very helpful
      Gday_Mate 21 sep
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    • Good ass mpvie
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    • Results may vary... I mean differ
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    • Yea we don't live in the 50s anymore. Instead of good grammer just get money and coke and they will come in waves.
      humpty72 21 sep
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    • God I love this movie and that man. The world hasn’t been the same since we lost him. I’m gonna go watch that movie now. (Dead poets society)
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    • Insta girls are like: “omg I’m looking gaunt today!!”
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    • Now I can sound pretentious. Immaculate
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    • Well saying "sex with hooker with no rubber is perilous" just makes it sound like an adventure
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    • nah. now we put "af" after the adjective. "im tired as fuck". 👍🏻
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    • I am taking an excruciatingly long poo
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    • Instead of "very bad choices" just use the term "U.S. Marines" Vesquechco_III
      Shadouga 21 sep
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    • *cough* “Oh captain my Captain”
      Broman88 21 sep
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    • He was Very Exhausted
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    • Her pussy wasn't very wet it was soaked
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    • this is a very useful chart. im very greatful.
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    • So instead of saying black...
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    • kanep0e 21 sep
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    • so in bed I’m supposed to talk squalid
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    • Speak the language your audience understands! It's the most important rule. I don't want to have to carry around a lexicon just to understand what you are saying or speak to you.
      Sensino 22 sep
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    • Give her vocabulary, bitches love vocabulary...
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    • I say neat when something is clean. I use immaculate when it is spotless to the point I’m surprised and shocked. I use the big boy words when they are called for, so I don’t over use something that doesn’t merit it
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    • Gosh I miss him so much
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    • Nice try you can’t turn me British
      Dissolved 21 sep
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    • If I use jubilant naturally I'm going to sound like a douchebag
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    • Excuse you. I primarily use the word “very” to add a good 20+ words to my word count on my essay. Let me live my college days in peace.
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    • Fun fact, you can also put very in front of the replacement words
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    • Instead of saying "very sus" say instead, "I'm gay"
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    • I just took an immense shit
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    • Tf, I just watched this movie in English last Friday, good thing I did
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    • My old neighbor probably wouldn't want me calling her ancient 😐
      Mizfunny 22 sep
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    • You know I’m something of a linguist myself
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    • Sorry bro but that hurts my word count
      AntMan 21 sep
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    • Using a word that doesn't exactly state what you are feeling or doing makes you look arrogant and pretentious. Saying I am very hungry doesn't deliver the same understanding of ravenous. You are not ravenous, you are hungry, very hungry. Very states how this feeling or action is elevated.
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    • I don’t use “very” I use “fuckin” I’m fuckin tired. That ho is a fuckin fat. You know what I mean
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    • I’m writing an essay this helps thank u
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    • I’m idiotic and hideous but I have a colossal shlong
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    • Plankton: Felicitations, malefactors! I am endeavoring to misappropriate the formulary for the preparation of affordable comestibles! Who will join me!?
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    • Oh captain my captain
      Cum_man1 21 sep
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    • What if i say very morose
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    • Yes, use more impactful language to really get the message across
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    • My shits have been gaunt af today
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    • Bouta catch me 6 feet under before a nibba says jubilant
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    • RIP King!!!!!!
      Nick419 22 sep
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    • Rather than big dick, say immense dick
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    • see the thing is, people put "very" after those words too. they not replacing anything they're just giving more reasons to use it. This post was very pointless.
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    • Movie name?
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    • I'm Mexican, so any time I use an uncommon word, my friends or cousins be like "oh sorry Mr Smarty, educated or whatever looking ass"
      SuaveRico 22 sep
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    • Oh yeah? Who's daddy's squalid little girl?
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    • Very intreresting I am feeling very smart after learning these very useful words. Very good job!
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    • Why do you think the word exists? For us to use, don't be pretentious.
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    • Dead Poet's Society. That movie is an absolute classic and truly shows young men what it is to be men rather than boys
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    • Words have meanings, and very is a useful modifier. Using a word that means to be an extreme version of another adjective is sometimes inappropriate to use. You can be very bad without being atrocious, you can be very good without being fantastic, and food can be very tasty without being delectable.
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    • IT'S IMMENSE NlGGA SEASON
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    • This meme was very meh
      Cakaki86 21 sep
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    • Very worried and anxious have very different feels in my opinion. They can be used interchangeably but they can also have completely different effects. Anxiety tends to have more of a nervous impatient feel while worry tends to be more sad, thoughtful, and passive in my mind.
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    • Weak ass pussy
      wilbill 21 sep
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    • O Captain my Captain. I fucking cried when I realized what happened with the kid at the end.
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    • i am very horny
      Camacho 21 sep
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    • RIP Robin Williams. The world will forever miss you
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    • I'll speak how I want. Y'all can fuck iff
      xXVOX8 21 sep
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    • i very dont care
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    • Hey bitch that ass is not very big. It’s massive.
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    • It tells you to replace beautiful with exquisite, but later says to replace with beautiful. Wtf. Cut out the middle man.
      Ice_Juice 22 sep
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    • Let’s get Squalid 😏
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    • Very terrified, very immaculate, etc. you can use it, just use very intelligent sounding words to seem very intellectual.
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    • *ahem* Extremely.
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    • Except that they have different implications. "Exhausted" implies that the person has been doing something to tire them out, but "very tired" just implies that the person wants to sleep.
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    • It’s not lazy I’m just fairly uneducated and was raised in family of immigrants who spoke botched English.
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    • appealing to the same girls who use binders such as “like” as 25% of their vocabulary... sure.
      smalldong 21 sep
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    • The word very listening to this like: 😢
      mela 21 sep
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    • Ima use sagacious
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    • is that 9gag
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    • Damn I'm so soaked
      Down_Cast 22 sep
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    • I am virginiated
      theabbie 22 sep
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    • I wish to woo keen spotless whores
      InfoCzech 22 sep
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    • yeah, i guess you can say i hate knee gears.
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    • Some of these arnt interchangeable. They describe a degree or something. Quite and silent are two different things.
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    • Very bored?
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    • I am ravenous for some pizza rolls right now
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    • Ladies, my inbox is parched and my depression is immense. Hit me up
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    • Terriblemic more like horrendous microphone but also terriblemic is the name of the best streamer on twitch so I won't say that.
      sitckman 21 sep
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    • It said to avoid saying beautiful but then recommended it the next row over
      broj 21 sep
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    • When you have to meet the word requirement you have to meet the word requirement. No questions asked
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    • Thank you meme, very cool
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    • Very exquisite
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    • Look at my immense, ferocious, unyielding d***
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    • PFFT TO WOO WOMEN???! AHAHAHAHHAHAHA most women these days use retarded made up slang "omg yaaaaaas bitch" youre telling me the English lexicon was made super in depth to woo the gender that doomed humanity?
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    • instead of very say extra for example “You got an extra dry pussy today”
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    • This is a very good scene from a very popular movie.
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    • Very cool
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    • According to wiki the government defends our rights every day
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    • Dead Poet Society!
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