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1616086351 - Lawrence Dorfman: The Snark Handbook: Cliches Edition: Overused Buzzwords, Hackneyed Phrases, and Other Misuses of the English L
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The Snark Handbook: Cliches Edition: Overused Buzzwords, Hackneyed Phrases, and Other Misuses of the English L (?)

ISBN: 1616086351 (?) or 9781616086350, in english, Skyhorse Publishing, Used

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education and reference,essays,humor,humor and entertainment,humorous, The Snark Handbook: Clich�s Edition: Overused Buzzwords, Hackneyed Phrases, and Other Misuses of the English Language, CLICH�: nounEtymology: French, literally, printer's stereotype, from past participle of clich�r, to stereotype, of imitative originDate: 18921 : a trite phrase or expression; also : the idea expressed by it2 : a hackneyed theme, characterization, or situation3 : something that has become overly familiar or commonplace�In the words of Stephen Fry, "It is a clich� that most clich�s are true, but then like most clich�s, that clich� is untrue." Clich�s are like rationalizations: try going a week without using one. It can't be done! They are the hobgoblin of little minds. For most of us, once you begin to take notice, they are fingernails on a chalkboard.From Shakespeare to Shakira; in music, on television, at the movies; in the boardroom, on a conference call, online or in person, clich�s have taken over the world. While some nitwits might say they're just misunderstood, they didn't start out that way. There was a time when they were new and vibrant, clever and pithy. Now they're just predictable-a vapid collection of much-too-familiar descriptions or metaphors that often replace smart conversation, speech, or writing.This book is a collection of the most overused phrases of all time. Hopefully, it'll make you laugh. Hopefully, it'll make them think. And at the end of the day, if the early bird catches the worm and the slow and steady win the race . . .�Please . . . kill . . . me . . . now.
9781616086350 - Lawrence Dorfman: The Snark Handbook:  Clichés Edition: Overused Buzzwords, Hackneyed Phrases, and Other Misuses of the English Language
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Lawrence Dorfman (?):

The Snark Handbook: Clichés Edition: Overused Buzzwords, Hackneyed Phrases, and Other Misuses of the English Language (?)

ISBN: 9781616086350 (?) or 1616086351, in english, Skyhorse Publishing Inc. New

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Lawrence Dorfman, Books, Entertainment, The Snark Handbook: Clichés Edition: Overused Buzzwords, Hackneyed Phrases, and Other Misuses of the English Language, CLICHÉ: nounEtymology: French, literally, printer's stereotype, from past participle of clichér, to stereotype, of imitative originDate: 18921 : a trite phrase or expression; also : the idea expressed by it2 : a hackneyed theme, characterization, or situation3 : something that has become overly familiar or commonplace In the words of Stephen Fry, “It is a cliché that most clichés are true, but then like most clichés, that cliché is untrue.” Clichés are like rationalizations: try going a week without using one. It can't be done! They are the hobgoblin of little minds. For most of us, once you begin to take notice, they are fingernails on a chalkboard.From Shakespeare to Shakira; in music, on television, at the movies; in the boardroom, on a conference call, online or in person, clichés have taken over the world. While some nitwits might say they're just misunderstood, they didn't start out that way. There was a time when they were new and vibrant, clever and pithy. Now they're just predictable—a vapid collection of much-too-familiar descriptions or metaphors that often replace smart conversation, speech, or writing.This book is a collection of the most overused phrases of all time. Hopefully, it'll make you laugh. Hopefully, it'll make them think. And at the end of the day, if the early bird catches the worm and the slow and steady win the race . . . Please . . . kill . . . me . . . now.
9781616086350 - Dorfman, Lawrence: Snark Handbook: Clichs Edition
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Dorfman, Lawrence (?):

Snark Handbook: Clichs Edition (?)

ISBN: 9781616086350 (?) or 1616086351, in english, Skyhorse Publishing, New, ebook

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Humor, The Snark Handbook: Clichs Edition, CLICH: noun Etymology: French, literally, printer's stereotype, from past participle of clichr, to stereotype, of imitative origin Date: 1892 1 : a trite phrase or expression; also : the idea expressed by it 2 : a hackneyed theme, characterization, or situation 3 : something that has become overly familiar or commonplace In the words of Stephen Fry, It is a clich that most clichs are true, but then like most clichs, that clich is untrue. Clichs are like rationalizations: try going a week without using one. It can't be done! They are the hobgoblin of little minds. For most of us, once you begin to take notice, they are fingernails on a chalkboard. From Shakespeare to Shakira; in music, on television, at the movies; in the boardroom, on a conference call, online or in person, clichs have taken over the world. While some nitwits might say they're just misunderstood, they didn't start out that way. There was a time when they were new and vibrant, clever and pithy. Now they're just predictablea vapid collection of much-too-familiar descriptions or metaphors that often replace smart conversation, speech, or writing. This book is a collection of the most overused phrases of all time. Hopefully, it'll make you laugh. Hopefully, it'll make them think. And at the end of the day, if the early bird catches the worm and the slow and steady win the race . . . Please . . . kill . . . me . . . now. eBook