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Overused words on TV
Started by: roylew (2853) Report abuse
Am now 20 months into retirement so am watching more news items at breakfast time etc....but words that keep cropping up in these programmes are starting to bug....eg....unprecedented....local community....social media....and of course .brexit ....anyone got any others?

Posted by: momac (8878)  Report abuse
Roy....Genre,premise.

Posted by: Anne (3320)  Report abuse
Phrases.... "At this moment in time"..... "Not fit for purpose"..... first one not quite as often used but bugged me no end.

Posted by: kathpressey (4547)  Report abuse
Donald Trump

Posted by: joemaplin (104) Report abuse
Starting every sentence with "So"
Whats all that about !

Posted by: kenee (1972) Report abuse
At the beginning of most programmes and at the start of nearly every part of a programme:

"Coming up..."

Posted by: dave b (1244)  Report abuse
Robert Peston he always starts off with "Well" nearly every time.

Posted by: PeterP (6486) Report abuse
F1 drivers always put "for sure" into a sentence

Posted by: baker boy (13952) Report abuse
comics today are funny

Posted by: broady (13457)   Report abuse
" Wane must go" Oops sorry. That's on here.

Posted by: tony j (671)  Report abuse
"fundamental" "lessons will be learned"

Posted by: roylew (2853) Report abuse
Wane must go...thatís one of the better ones 😀😀

Posted by: michaeljordan9 (30) Report abuse
I can't stand "sea change", "reaching out" and "own it".

Posted by: wiganwench (12) Report abuse
'actually' beginning every sentence with it

Posted by: roylew (2853) Report abuse
ďAnd stuff ď at the end of a sentence

Posted by: baker boy (13952) Report abuse
unacceptable, after every wigan performance.

 
 
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