Adjectives are amazing. When they’re not helping us form stereotypes, they’re being employed to delineate the differences between people. But what happens when everyone uses the same adjectives to define themselves? How is everyone on Tinder a “sapiosexual”? Why are Twitterers also “lovers”?
Here are some stock adjectives we would love to see the back of.
We’re very proud of your carb-laden victories, but could you show us someone who doesn’t like food? Kthxbai.
A foodie who can use thesaurus.com.
This word is not for you if don’t immediately know what it means.
It’s alarming that we need to acknowledge ourselves as people who enjoy a good time.
This is the most poetic description of unemployment we’ve come across.
Beards are pretty cool, but we do miss seeing people who appreciate good ol’ faces too.
Used to describe everyone who mildly likes something.
Anyone with half an ounce of thought wouldn’t have to say that they have functional brains.
The ones whose rising income has helped them graduate from drinking cheap rum.
What adjectives have you heard too much of? Tell us in the comments below!