Monday, April 9, 2012

Definition: It’s Fine

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“It’s Fine.”: 
         Phrase of the verbal nature.

 Tone:
Somewhat sarcastic, almost shaky voice.

When to use the phrase:
       Whenever something is happening that is NOT fine.

Examples:

  • All your music gets deleted from your laptop. “It’s fine.”
  • You run out of gas on the freeway. “It’s fine.”
  • You plan an outdoor movie night and it starts to rain. “It’s fine.”
  • When you word vomit and want to take it back. But can’t. “It’s fine.”

Warning:
         You might be crying wolf because people might think you  really are fine.

Use with caution.

Char and Gert

8 comments:

  1. This is what I said to myself when I had 5 min left in a test and was going to turn it in, and when I turned it over, there was a whole other page. "I'm fine."

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  2. THIS IS ME AND SARAH TO A T. It's fine. I love this post.

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  3. haha, this is SO funny! But mostkey when all my music dissapears, I don't say that it's fine... I freak out for half an hour first! x

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  4. it's fine that I say "it's fine" more than ANY other phrase in the english language. actually... in any language.

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  5. I hate how men can never tell the difference between us actually being fine and us being "fine."

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  6. "It's fine" is rarely fine at all.

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  7. This is perfect, just perfect.

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