"Needless to say" is the most useless phrase in the english language, amirite?

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I'll nominate "As you know" as either a tie or close second.

It's literally telling someone you're about to share something they already know, and you know you're about to do it.

Good point.

Will_Janitors avatar Will_Janitor Yeah You Are +1Reply

You know what I mean.

Nevertheless, that couldn't be true.

Anonymous 0Reply

I'll raise you, ‘as per my previous email'

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