Often my children will repeat themselves -- some song or phrase -- incessantly until I have to tell them to please stop. There is an informal rule in the family that you cannot repeat the same phrase more than 3 times in a row. Somethings like that are simply irritating.
Repetition can have the tendency to make people tune out. Songs you once loved you now cringe to hear. Catch-phrases from people at work they use all the time can make you call upon the Lord for patience.
When I read the first installment of Tom Stegall's poorly written series on the current controversy, he used several phrases dozens of times. Not only did it poison the well, it turns people off!
Recently, two words have been sounding from the rooftops. The man who uses them ought to go and purchase a thesaurus so as to not drive his compatriots (and critics) crazy. Those words are:
As I sit here and even write this post, I am left with a chuckle. I just don't know if I can take people seriously in intellectual affairs when they employ such ridiculous terms as the ones above.
As a post script:
I believe that the Biblical Jesus saves any and all who simply believe in Him for the gift of eternal life only He offers.
Shame on me.
Oh, does anyone else have words of phrases that have lately been spun to many times on the turntable? Please do share with us.
PSSS: I originally spelled egregious wrong, lol.