• Oh my yes ! I know someone who has to say it at least twice in every conversation. After years of listening to him ... I'd really like to stick a fork in him. That just gave me an idea - I'll be seeing the guy tonight, maybe I'll bring along my BBQ fork and just set it down on the table and see if he takes the hint. : )
    • Mr PantsFellDown
      Ouch. Hey and bring a turkey baster too, and some parsley. Mmm mm, that's good eatin, Aunt Bea!
    • Linda Joy
      Lol exactly, Ice Man! Mr. Pants what, no mention of a rub?
  • I use that expression sometimes. Glad you're not standing beside me when I do.
    • Nosmo King
      Glad Linda's what is not standing beside you? What is the word "your" referring to? There should be a noun after it.
    • Anoname
      Fine. I'll make the adjustment. Thank you for the correction. By-the-way, are you a grammer teacher?
    • Linda Joy
      Did I miss something?
    • Linda Joy
      I said I secretly think it. I don't do it!
  • Only on "rare" occasions!
    • Nosmo King
    • Linda Joy
    • Boola Boo
      Good one
  • This is the first time I have even seen the phrase "stick a fork in me I'm done", let alone heard anyone say it. No, it doesn't make me wish I had a fork.
    • Linda Joy
      Doesn't if feel great when you widen your horizons?
    • Nosmo King
      I suppose so. Lol:)
  • LOL that's amusing. Naa I just use a fist or a foot!
  • sometimes
  • I don't believe I've every actually heard anyone say that before.
    • Linda Joy
      Really?! You are an American, right?
    • Hardcore Conservative
      I've heard of the saying, but I've never actually heard anyone say it.
    • B.H. Wilson
      How about 'gag me with a spoon? '
    • Hardcore Conservative
      Yeah. 30 years ago.

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