We girls often leads a moody life. It’s not just the hormones playing in, we battle everyday and our lives are way more difficult than what a normal boy leads. Our vocabulary is as creative as our mind and we can literally built a dictionary over it. From finding out the most adorable name for our boyfriend to giving our besties a seductive nickname, we manage it all. But there are some words that are so cheesy that we must stop using them ASAP. We compiled the list of such words that girls use in their everyday life that they must stop for the betterment of society.
Shona to us meant for the sweet. It’s high time we move ahead from such names given to the person often we love. And most of the time we force him to use it for us. Isn’t it?
Sounds seductive no? Maybe this is my personal view but the word itself makes me feel uncomfortable when used by a girl in public place. Ummm.. hope you got it.
3. Shut up
Came from English vocabulary this word is very well copyrighted by us(girls).
Do you want to study?- shut up
Are you comfortable?- shut up
Your drunk?- shut up
You wanna live?- shut up.
This word fits everywhere. Isn’t it?
The word is as Eww as it sounds. This makes word makes me feel like somebody has walked on shit.
Yet another invention by girls. We know girls you want to pretend all cute in front of bae, but don’t you think it’s too overboard.
6. Side please-words that girls use in their everyday life that they must stop
No girl can deny that she has used this word numerous times in her day to day life. Although it sounds extremely humble. But looking for another alternative can harm no one.
7. Ohh please
Yet another phrase used to show a little arrogance in the crowd.
*two minutes silence* for those who use this word most of the time. Also, we have great sympathy with the person concerned here. In short Babu we heard your grief.
9. Ok(with a silence)
The most feared of all. Ok when paired with silence is a sign of warning to remind you that someone is not ok with what you have done, but they will not tell you which one.
10. Excuse me
Reminds me of one of the 90’s song “Excuse me kya re”. Enough evidence to show how much we use this word repetitively.
This words are strongly embedded in our dictionary and this is the perfect time to update