"At the end of the day" is, at the end of the day, one of those phrases like "it is what it is" that we need to eradicate from our daily lives.
Game changing is the in-vogue phrase to use to sound "with it," to describe something that, whether a game changer or not, gets labeled a game changer.
Language is organic and needs to grow, but mostly it's vaguely sexual. Here is a glimpse into some meaning-morphing that you will use in everyday speech and print.
"When things get hard...just put one foot in front of the other." I should probably inform you that I followed this advice when I had sex with your girlfriend last week.
Outside: Just a little card to say "I'm thinking of you" / Inside: I would tell you in person, but the restraining order puts me out of earshot.
Breaking down useless, annoying expressions like 'You gotta do what you gotta do' and 'Idle hands are the devil's workshop.' If you use these, STOP NOW OR DIE.
Everyone knows the expression "it is what it is." It’s the most overplayed, ignorant, pointless saying in the world. It is what it is? What the hell else could it be?