12 most trendy clichés on social media

If you’ve ever used ‘said nobody ever,’ ‘see what I did there?’ or ”nuff said’ on social media, don’t do it again.

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Any given day you will see at least one (if not several) overused clichés on social media.

Every time I see one, I can’t help thinking there’s a person on the other side smirking, enamored with his clever wit, even though we’ve seen these phrases millions of times.

We all do it.

Here are 12 of these “oh so clever” phrases:

1. “Well played, well played”

People usually say this when they’re enthused about something someone did, and wish they’d done it first.

2. “I’m just going to leave this here”

Say this if you’re dropping a bomb of a social media post, walking away and hoping your post will get a lot of engagement while you’re gone.

3. “… said no one ever”

People use this popular meme sarcastically when referencing a silly or paradoxical thought, and turning the tables on it.

4. “Drops mic, walks away”

Use this after you say something Earth-shattering that doesn’t impress anyone more than you. It’s funny and clever the first 10 times, but not after that.

5. “‘Nuff said”

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