dont forget those brilliant keys to victory. 1 we need to limit turnovers. 2 we need to control the line. 3 we need to score early. 4 we need to control the clockDan said:Listen to a sports game or commentary and you will hear plenty of cliches like:
get in a rhythm
most underrated player
step up (guaranteed to hear if star players are injured)
Probably worse are player interviews. They usually all say the same thing. Things like:
do the best we can
you know what i'm sayin'?
It was also a mediocre WWII movie with Kirk Douglas and John Wayne.MotorCade said:In harm's way is definitely getting a lot of press... but it's not exactly a new catch phrase.
"I wish to have no connection with any ship which does not sail fast, for I intend to go in harm's way." --John Paul Jones
'Cool beans' has got to be one of the most stupid ever.-that's what I'm screaming
and the number one most annoying catch phrase of all time and sure to be without peer until the end of time:
-been there done that (bought the t-shirt) the t-shirt part is pretty rare these days, but it is still uttered on occasion.