Leave Us

It started out while watching a series on Netflix–not the phrase, but my laughing at it. No matter how serious the premise, I cant help but laugh. The phrase is “leave us“.

Did anyone ever say that in real life? I suppose a most common thought would be yes, by royalty. Now it seems everyone says it!


Here are more overused, and yes, I do it myself, phrases:

Is that all you got

Don’t go in there

I was born ready

Are you sitting down

Maybe you should sit down

Cover me

Make my day

I’ll be back

Let’s split up

What’s the worst that could happen

I’ve got a bad feeling about this

You’re not going to like this

Easy way or the hard way

(My personal pet peeve: ” love means never having to say you’re sorry”. Didn’t like the movie, the actors or the story.)


What are your favorite or pet peeve phrases?



6 thoughts on “Leave Us

  1. I did like the movie and the actors but I never went along with “love means never having to say you’re sorry.” An apology is always necessary, imo, when you do something wrong. Were you watching “The Crown? with the “leave us?” I’ve just watched to the current end of season and I love it.

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