History JustForFun / Egregious

10th Jun '16 11:34:19 PM nombretomado
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->'''[[StatlerAndWaldorf Waldorf]]''': People sure seem to like the word "egregious".\\

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->'''[[StatlerAndWaldorf ->'''[[JustForFun/StatlerAndWaldorf Waldorf]]''': People sure seem to like the word "egregious".\\



'''[[StatlerAndWaldorf Both]]''': Do-ho-ho-ho-hoh!

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'''[[StatlerAndWaldorf '''[[JustForFun/StatlerAndWaldorf Both]]''': Do-ho-ho-ho-hoh!
9th Nov '15 11:39:49 AM MegaMarioMan
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--> '''[[StatlerAndWaldorf Waldorf]]''': People sure seem to like the word "egregious".\\

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--> '''[[StatlerAndWaldorf ->'''[[StatlerAndWaldorf Waldorf]]''': People sure seem to like the word "egregious".\\
27th Oct '15 6:05:48 AM eyebones
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[[DrinkingGame/TVTropesWiki Now drink up]]! It will help you think of a ''better' way to say something is less than perfect. For example, notice how the article you are reading has not used that term to describe the over-wrought, clichéd, mind-numbingly bland, atrocious, annoying use of this stilted, just-plain-busted word.


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27th Oct '15 6:05:21 AM eyebones
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[[ReviewerStockPhrases People]] [[YouKeepUsingThatWord keep using the word]] "egregious", which [[Film/ThePrincessBride does not mean what they often think it means.]] According to the ''Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary'':



** '''e·gre·gious·ly''' ''adverb''
** '''e·gre·gious·ness''' ''noun''

You'll see this word used often, way too often, on this very wiki. [[RunningGag Repeatedly used]], you could say. It's almost as if people are looking for reasons to put it in, as if it were the trigger for some kind of pleasurable behavior. The word itself has become a DiscreditedMeme, as more instances of its use are linked to this page. [[DrinkingGame/TVTropesWiki Now drink up]]! It will help you think of a better way to say something is less than perfect.


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** '''e·gre·gious·ly''' ''adverb''
** '''e·gre·gious·ness''' ''noun''


You'll see this word used often, way too often, on this very wiki. [[RunningGag Repeatedly used]], you could say. It's almost as if people are looking for reasons to put it in, as if it were the trigger for some kind of pleasurable behavior. The word itself has become a DiscreditedMeme, as more instances of its use are linked to this page.

[[DrinkingGame/TVTropesWiki Now drink up]]! It will help you think of a better ''better' way to say something is less than perfect.

perfect. For example, notice how the article you are reading has not used that term to describe the over-wrought, clichéd, mind-numbingly bland, atrocious, annoying use of this stilted, just-plain-busted word.

15th Oct '15 3:24:46 AM eyebones
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You'll see this word used often on this very wiki. [[RunningGag Repeatedly used]], you could even say (and [[SelfDemonstratingArticle egregiously]] at that). It's almost as if people are looking for reasons to put it in, as if it were the trigger for some kind of pleasurable behavior. The word itself has become a somewhat DiscreditedMeme, as more instances of its use are linked to this page than not. [[DrinkingGame/TVTropesWiki Now drink up]]!

Perhaps people want to look learned or perhaps it's just a really fun word to say. Go ahead, try it! So, instead of saying "[[WordCruft This series is a particularly bad example in that...]]", you get "This series is particularly egregious in that..." (Note that the usage is usually correct according to the dictionary definition, although "particularly" is redundant, even weakening.) Alternatively, it's a way of using an UnusualEuphemism.

It is also used to mean "notable" on Wiki/TVTropes and point out the examples the editing {{troper}} knows as one of the rules is Administrivia/ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability.


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You'll see this word used often often, way too often, on this very wiki. [[RunningGag Repeatedly used]], you could even say (and [[SelfDemonstratingArticle egregiously]] at that).say. It's almost as if people are looking for reasons to put it in, as if it were the trigger for some kind of pleasurable behavior. The word itself has become a somewhat DiscreditedMeme, as more instances of its use are linked to this page than not. page. [[DrinkingGame/TVTropesWiki Now drink up]]!

Perhaps people want to look learned or perhaps it's just a really fun word to say. Go ahead, try it! So, instead of saying "[[WordCruft This series is a particularly bad example in that...]]",
up]]! It will help you get "This series is particularly egregious in that..." (Note that the usage is usually correct according to the dictionary definition, although "particularly" is redundant, even weakening.) Alternatively, it's think of a better way of using an UnusualEuphemism.

It
to say something is also used to mean "notable" on Wiki/TVTropes and point out the examples the editing {{troper}} knows as one of the rules is Administrivia/ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability.

less than perfect.

17th Sep '15 2:17:08 PM Tdarcos
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--> '''Waldorf''': People sure seem to like the word "egregious".\\
'''Statler''': That's because it describes them!\\

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--> '''Waldorf''': '''[[StatlerAndWaldorf Waldorf]]''': People sure seem to like the word "egregious".\\
'''Statler''': '''[[ThoseTwoGuys Statler]]''': That's because it describes them!\\
22nd Jan '15 1:59:14 PM MyTimingIsOff
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[[ReviewerStockPhrases People]] [[YouKeepUsingThatWord keep using the word]] "egregious", which [[ThePrincessBride does not mean what they often think it means.]] According to the ''Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary'':

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[[ReviewerStockPhrases People]] [[YouKeepUsingThatWord keep using the word]] "egregious", which [[ThePrincessBride [[Film/ThePrincessBride does not mean what they often think it means.]] According to the ''Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary'':



You'll see this word used often [[RunningGag on This Very Wiki]]. [[RunningGag Repeatedly used]], you could even say (and [[SelfDemonstratingArticle egregiously]] at that). It's almost as if people are looking for reasons to put it in, as if it were the trigger for some kind of pleasurable behavior. The word itself has become a somewhat DiscreditedMeme, as more instances of its use are linked to this page than not. [[TVTropesWikiDrinkingGame Now drink up]]!

Perhaps people want to look learnèd or perhaps it's just a really fun word to say. Go ahead, try it! So, instead of saying "This series is a particularly bad example in that...", you get "This series is particularly egregious in that..." (Note that the usage is usually correct according to the dictionary definition, although "particularly" is redundant, even weakening.) Alternatively, it's a way of using an UnusualEuphemism.

It is also used to mean "notable" on TVTropes and point out the examples the editing troper knows as one of the rules is ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability.


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You'll see this word used often [[RunningGag on This Very Wiki]].this very wiki. [[RunningGag Repeatedly used]], you could even say (and [[SelfDemonstratingArticle egregiously]] at that). It's almost as if people are looking for reasons to put it in, as if it were the trigger for some kind of pleasurable behavior. The word itself has become a somewhat DiscreditedMeme, as more instances of its use are linked to this page than not. [[TVTropesWikiDrinkingGame [[DrinkingGame/TVTropesWiki Now drink up]]!

Perhaps people want to look learnèd learned or perhaps it's just a really fun word to say. Go ahead, try it! So, instead of saying "This "[[WordCruft This series is a particularly bad example in that...", ]]", you get "This series is particularly egregious in that..." (Note that the usage is usually correct according to the dictionary definition, although "particularly" is redundant, even weakening.) Alternatively, it's a way of using an UnusualEuphemism.

It is also used to mean "notable" on TVTropes Wiki/TVTropes and point out the examples the editing troper {{troper}} knows as one of the rules is ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability.

Administrivia/ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability.

1st Jan '15 4:27:38 PM SmartGirl333
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It is also used to mean "notable" on TVTropes and point out the examples the editing troper knows as one of the rules is ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability.

29th Jun '14 8:00:50 AM Greenhat
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Perhaps people want to look learnèd or perhaps it's just a really fun word to say. Go ahead, try it! So, instead of saying "This series is a particularly bad example in that...", you get "This series is particularly egregious in..." (Note that the usage is usually correct according to the dictionary definition, although "particularly" is redundant, even weakening.) Alternatively, it's a way of using an UnusualEuphemism.


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Perhaps people want to look learnèd or perhaps it's just a really fun word to say. Go ahead, try it! So, instead of saying "This series is a particularly bad example in that...", you get "This series is particularly egregious in...in that..." (Note that the usage is usually correct according to the dictionary definition, although "particularly" is redundant, even weakening.) Alternatively, it's a way of using an UnusualEuphemism.

18th Jun '14 7:49:13 AM ChaoticNovelist
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Of course, the real reason is that people want to look learnèd. Alternatively, it's just a really fun word to say. Go ahead, try it! So, instead of saying "This series is a particularly bad example in that...", you get "This series is particularly egregious in..." (Note that the usage is usually correct according to the dictionary definition, although "particularly" is redundant, even weakening.) Alternatively, it's a way of using an UnusualEuphemism.


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Of course, the real reason is that Perhaps people want to look learnèd. Alternatively, learnèd or perhaps it's just a really fun word to say. Go ahead, try it! So, instead of saying "This series is a particularly bad example in that...", you get "This series is particularly egregious in..." (Note that the usage is usually correct according to the dictionary definition, although "particularly" is redundant, even weakening.) Alternatively, it's a way of using an UnusualEuphemism.

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