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1. ATM Machine -
Do you realize that you are saying “machine” twice? That’s right – the M in ATM stands for machine. Cut it out.
2. Rice Pilaf -
Pilaf means rice ball. So don’t bother asking for’ rice rice’ next time.
3. Ahi Tuna Fish -
Ahi straight-up translates to tuna. Absolutely no point repeating yourself.
4. Sahara Desert -
Same thing here: Sahara means desert. It is an epic desert, but you don’t have to force the point.
5. Naan Bread -
When you order or refer to naan, just say that. It’s a type of bread, so don’t embarrass yourself by asking for bread bread.
6. PIN Number -
You got it: the N in PIN stands for number. So, “enter your Personal Identification Number number” seems a little unnecessary.
7. Panini Sandwich -
A panini is a sandwich in Italy. So unless you want two of them, there’s nada reason for saying this.
8. Veggie Soy -
Yep, soy is vegetarian. Ain’t no such thing as soy meat. That’s the point. So don’t stumble on this one..
9. Chai Tea -
Chai means tea over most of the world. “Tea tea’? No.
10. Los Angeles Angels -
It doesn’t take a genius to work out that “Angeles” stands for angels in Spanish. Use your brain, save your time.
11. Shrimp Scampi -
You got it: scampi means shrimp. Don’t bother wasting a word on this one.
12. Please RSVP -
RSVP already has “please” in it. So what’s with asking “please reply please”? Sounds desperate.
13. LCD Display -
“Liquid Crystal Display Display.” Forget it.
14. 3AM In The Morning -
We all know that AM = morning. Save your breath a little.
15. Queso Cheese -
Queso is Spanish for cheese. Don’t be cheezy. Say it once.
16. False Pretenses -
When someone is putting on “pretenses”, they are being false. Just call it as it is.
17. La Brea Tar Pits -
The Spanish name for the tar is La Brea. That means when are referring to ‘em, you’re saying “The The Tar Tar Pits.” Not in my house.
18. Support Bra -
Yep, a bra is for the support of your breasts. That is exactly why it is worn. Should go without saying.
19. Carne Asada Steak -
In the Spanish language, carne asada IS grilled steak. So don’t state the obvious.
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