Have you ever found yourself at a loss for words? Do you have trouble finding just the right glib quote for the situation? Or do you get tired of always churning out the same tired old cliches as everyone else? ‘Hungry enough to eat a horse’? ‘That’s the way the cookie crumbles’? Puh-lease.
If you’ve been afflicted with any of these problems, then fear not, friends. There’s a new small-talk sheriff in town, and its name is The Cliche-O-Matic â.¢. Use it any time you need a hip new catch phrase. Memorize a few, and set the trend at your next office function or dinner party. Or simply stick it to stodgy old Morris in accounting and his folksy, age-worn bullshit. ‘There’s more than one way to skin a cat’, he says. Boooo-ring.
Here is an example from Situation #15 Disgust (e.g. I need that like I need a hole in my head.
I need that like a need a beaver in my cereal bowl
Situation #20 Hope (e.g. ‘I can see the light at the end of the tunnel.”
I can see the money shots at the end of the blind date!

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