How many times do I have to endure listening to asinine verbiage in conversations, speeches, in interview responses, or some other similar oral communications?
Look, you have to understand that I am frustrated at some silly-ass phraseology that tells me what I must do. Look, you need to realize that I do not have to nor do I need to do anything, or react in a way you want me to react, or understand something I have no desire to understand. You understand, don’t you? Exactly, you say.
I thought you would say that. That is another oft overused word or generic response. Exactly.
You catch my drift? Right? Exactly.
Look, you have to acknowledge all this verbal nonsense. I am pleased that you realize you need to agree with me. Exactly. Right?
Exactly. Of course, you have to agree with me on that. And, of course, you need to understand from where I am coming. Of course.
Now then, what is it that you have to say about all this? Look, you need to get it off your chest. Right? Exactly.