i fucking hate when morrissey fans use the word "vile"

bagface

Member
it's SO vile. shut up. you're not morrissey. quit being so damn dramatic. there are a handful of other words that morrissey has used a few times that a bunch of fans emulate endlessly. ugh. /rant. :blushing:
 

The Cat's Mother

Unmentionable
I use the word vile when necessary. My life does not include enough nastiness to regularly use the word.
I like "vile". I've used the word since childhood, although these days I use it when my husband breaks wind. I'd miss it from my vocabulary if Bagface got his/her wish. :straightface:
 

iamnicola

New Member
it's SO vile. shut up. you're not morrissey. quit being so damn dramatic. there are a handful of other words that morrissey has used a few times that a bunch of fans emulate endlessly. ugh. /rant. :blushing:
Only use it when needed. Like a glue or some tape.
 

dicartwright

Active Member
If I weren't a Morrissey fan, could I use it? :(
this is silly, I have always use words that make people look at me with desdain, I don't need Morrissey's permission. Nor yours, and I say this with respect.
 

CrystalGeezer

My secret's my enzyme.
I like using the word "pressurized." I make up words all the time without knowing it too, but that's one of my Morrissey faves. :thumb:
 

Mozza220559

Surmontil 50
People always use the word fascinating to be like Morrissey as well.













(People's response now it to quote this saying 'Fascinating')
 

Girl-with-the-Thorn

If you hit me it's murder
I have to admit that the words "vile" and "fascinating" in particular have crept into my vocabulary lately, especially when writing. It is probably as a result of watching/listening to so many Morrissey interviews, although it's not intentional. Mind you, I always unintentionally pick up and use words and ways of speaking from other people. Maybe this condition is a Moz-fan thing. :D
 

Scarlet Ibis

The Chicken of D.C.
I like "vile". I've used the word since childhood, although these days I use it when my husband breaks wind. I'd miss it from my vocabulary if Bagface got his/her wish. :straightface:
This.

Also? I only found out that it's considered a Morrissey Word when I joined solo. "Vile" is just a great word and I find that no other word will do in vile situations.

I have no intention of speaking like Morrissey because I'd much rather be myself than someone else. Even him. If I did want to speak like Morrissey I'd go in for "obstreperous" rather than "vile." "Vile" is far too common of a word to call it a Morrissey Word.
 

Girl-with-the-Thorn

If you hit me it's murder
I'm just waiting for the opportunity to use "love me outside" in an argument.
:lbf: Me too. Or "Walk, walk my boy". :D

If I did want to speak like Morrissey I'd go in for "obstreperous" rather than "vile." "Vile" is far too common of a word to call it a Morrissey Word.
I love the word "obstreperous". I've used it many, many times...
 
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MuteWitness616

Guest
it's SO vile. shut up. you're not morrissey. quit being so damn dramatic. there are a handful of other words that morrissey has used a few times that a bunch of fans emulate endlessly. ugh. /rant. :blushing:
I feel you.
 
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