Yep. “Whatever” has won again, for the fourth year in a row.
Followed by “like,” “you know,” and “just sayin’.”
I love “just sayin’” — it’s the perfect way to end and win any argument.
Marist questioned 1,246 adults in a U.S. nationwide telephone survey.
Runners-up included “Twitterverse” and “gotcha’.”
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