Yeah it's like sooooo annoying and I like really hate it, god I like really hate people who like like to do that. I mean they're soooo like think they're cool doing it but they're like not and I'm like "get over yourselves you're soooo like get on my nerves" and they're like "It's like how I speak, you can't like change it" and I'm like "Shut up! I ain't even like done something or nothing!"Was it the Americans who first started putting "like" in every sentance in "like" stupid places...
I mean can't they "like" stop it.
Seriously, even I do it now, and you get it loads on American TV shows. Really annoying to hear, and to know you do it yourself!
Because 'Dodge' sounds the same in English and American accents.Something I find a bit annoying is brits giving americans a hard time for pronouncing Jaguar "wrong". I dont see english people going out of their way to pronounce Dodge in an american accent when talking about the Dodge Viper.
Americans tend to pronounce it more like "daadge". I can definately hear a difference.Because 'Dodge' sounds the same in English and American accents.
On the other hand, Jag-you-war and Jag-warr sound different.
Same way car enthusiasts will be annoyed if you pronounce Porsche Porsh.
I overheard someone having a conversation on her...umm...pocket phone...once that caused my ears to vomit, and my eyes scream.Was it the Americans who first started putting "like" in every sentance in "like" stupid places...
Of course, germany has rules and regulations for that sort of thing.A few of my friends say, rather than bless you, "damn you." The response to that is "go to hell." We've been doing it so long, that it's a reflex now, and we say it without thinking about it.