Artie's most overused phrases...

DoublEE

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if I had a nickel for every time I heard Artie say "douche-chills" I could retire.:eek:

What overused Artie phrases can you guys think of?:help:
 

IronJabroni

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nothing is over used, it's funny every time, well maybe except the bs about every chick being the hottest ever
 

Bark

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"Smokin'" as in "She's smokin' hot!"

"Mootz-a-rel" instead of saying "mozzarella".

Those are the first two off the top of my head.
 

Ifandorbut

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His use of description to emphasize or embellish an otherwise mundane anecdote.

"Insanely"

"Completely Ossified"

"That's the hottest girl we've had in here...ever"
 

mrpacs

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I don't know any 100% Italians who say it the "American way".


This goes for EVERYBODY on the show: "The fact of the matter is".
Agreed on both your observations - and I'm Italian! "The fact of the matter is" annoys the heck out of me.
 

VinnyM27

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Remember when it used to be:

"Fiya!"

"Uh-Uh" (The Golddust noises)

"Yeah, yay see!"

"Pow!" (inspired by lame DJs, yet overused to the point of becoming a catch phrase ironically).

My God, they are all borrowed from others! The fact of the matter is, at least now he is original.
 

Snoozer

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Canada Eh!
I always took the "That's the hottest girl we've ever had on here" as an ongoing joke because he says it so much.
 

Bark

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I don't know any 100% Italians who say it the "American way".


This goes for EVERYBODY on the show: "The fact of the matter is".
Not saying it the "American" way doesn't bother me so much as him inventing a new word that is completely different from the real word's phonetic quality in any language. Hell, even Italians have called into the show to make fun of the way he says it. For example, there's no soft "A" sound at the end of his word. What is it, a silent A? :D

Anyway, it bothers me, so I listed it here. ;)
 

Davis

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You're right, there isn't a soft a at the end when he says it. Hence, he says it correctly (at least how they do in Italy).