“If I am not with the family, my radar is up, but I think of it like meditatingI just breathe and try to stay focusedand at the end of the day it makes me appreciate being with my family even more.”
“Because of his power, you respected him at all times, loathed his methods of madness that confounded you, yet loved him at the end of the day because he never stopped in his efforts to bring you the very best product Major League Baseball had to offer.”
“The rickety scaffolding creaked in the wind, and the workers in quilted vatnik jackets and ushanka hats staggered around, half-drunk, taking with them at the end of the day everything they could carry—doorknobs, faucets, nails.”
“My dad was a 7-and-7 man and at the end of the day we would mix him a highball of Seagram’s Seven whiskey and 7-Up.”
“The French fleet was badly beaten, and Villaret-Joyeuse at the end of the day drew back to Brest only a battered, splintered and ragged remnant of the fine squadron which he had commanded.”
“More than that, one was reminded of that unique quality of American optimism that everywhere was on display-the absence of cynicism despite the danger, sacrifice, and seemingly interminable setbacks, the insistence that at the end of the day our actions would result in a better life for a nation of people we barely knew.”
“Some of them, like Gikkes, weren’t used to the starblaze, had rarely spent a night outside the cities where night-screens came on gradually at the end of the day to meet the old racial preference for a dark sleep period.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘at the end of the day’.
phrases—not sure exactly what I'm doing with them though
how dare you, what could possib..., I have to hand it..., so it's come to this, this isn't funny ..., how do I put this, at the end of the..., not a happy camper, a good time was h..., it's been real, accidentally on p..., are we not men and 378 more...
prepositional rea..., academic performance, asymmetric warfare, cultural pluralism, cluster marketing, stealth marketing, literary language, data mining, operant conditioning, simultaneous inte..., consecutive inter..., liaison interpreting and 137 more...
ironic detachment, get one's leg over, run wild, mad as a box of f..., keep your chin up, baker's dozen, fire a shot in anger, have a field day, go over with a fi..., as the crow flies, leap of faith, learn one's lesson and 224 more...
Some words I hear too often.
Entries from the corporate hall of shame. (There are many wordie versions of this list - please link to yours in the comments section - thanks!)
words and phrases I hate.
( vomit, randomness )
wake up call, turned up dead, out of touch, emotionally charged, hip pocket nerve, pain at the pump, at the end of the..., unsung heroes, time is running out, outpouring of sup..., x is the new y, david and goliath and 4 more...
No. Just no.
"Slang, though humanly irreverent, tends to be inhumanly loveless. It lacks tenderness and compassion; its poetry has the effulgence of a soldier's brass buttons."
Looking for tweets for at the end of the day.