I ain’t gonna lie to ya

I find it interesting and somewhat unnerving when people use the phrase “I ain’t gonna lie to ya” more than six times in a conversation…

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8 Responses to I ain’t gonna lie to ya

  1. Marty says:

    Oh dear…So, is “honest to God” girl gonna get the job?? lol

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  2. HA! Thanks for reading my blogs, Marty. No, Tami didn't get the job. I changed the ending in case others were wondering the same thing.

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  3. Wanda says:

    I ain't gonna lie to ya, but I loved this column. It's great, and I ain't lying to ya.

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  4. Jody Worsham says:

    Hit the nail on this one! I like the length. I can finish it before having to go pick somebody up, drop somebody off, or mop up after somebody. Keep up the good work. The Medicare Mom.

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  5. Sharon says:

    I ain't lyin' to ya, that thar story was funny…. And, that's the truth.

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  6. Thanks, everyone, for your comments. Maybe I'll stick to shorter blogs from now on. Easier to write AND read.

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  7. KMACdonald says:

    There's always the proverbial, “know wud Ah mean?”
    I had an employee who finished every sentence that way. Before long ALL of my workers were saying it!
    One day, I slipped-up and finished a sentence with “It's just as easy if I run it by you in the morning at the coffee shop…know wud ah mean?”

    I immediately poured scalding hot water on my tongue as punishment. I ain't lyin' to ya.
    Well….maybe.

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  8. giddymomof6 says:

    Lol! Okay, this was hilarious! I loved it. And I'm the same way, I'm not sure I trust people like that either… *grins* though, i think it's hilarious when people pick up on my jennisms.

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