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Rubbish phrase used by many annoying people.
at the end of the day i got the last laugh because i shagged his wife
by slinky October 08, 2004
An irritating verbal crutch, indicating closure or synopsis, for morons who are incapable of finishing a sentence without incorporating at least one tired cliche.
And so, at the end of the day, when all was said and done, we wrapped things up and we were all happy campers.
by NotOK3000 February 01, 2010
A saying mostly used by people trying to prove points without having any other intelligent way of expressing it.
Person 1: How do you feel about the continuing threat of nuclear proliferation

Person 2: Well at the end of the day...nuclear weapons must be stop.
by AbattoirNosies October 19, 2008
"At the end of the day" (ATEOTD)

Means when things have concluded. Similar to the phrase "when it is all said and done".
At the end of the day, our relationship is strong to quite strong.
by Dr. Jakes November 02, 2006
a euphemism for "when i take your fist up my ass." a polite way of suggesting full fistal encompassment without seeming crude. those who enjoy the sensation of five fingers and a palm up their brown star often insert this phrase into conversation as a plea for full-knuckle puncturing.
"...One of the proudest things I can share about my son is that when he and I walk down in New York City, he has his arm around me and I have my arm around him. That's a big deal. We're not afraid to hug each other. At the end of the day, love is all that matters." - Victoria Rowell, on being a mother.

"I’ve played flawed characters before, but at the end of the day I thought they all had a good heart." Jonah Hill, on his character in The Wolf of Wall Street.
by bigtrick December 29, 2013
after all; used over and over again by football pundits, footballers etc.
"let's face it" said alan "at the end of the day, gazza would be over the moon to be selected for the ladies team."
by theWestHamfan November 12, 2003
A phrase used to indicate that the succeeding conclusion is devoid of rhetoric and that its moderation is ultimately due to the uncertainty inherent in the matter being discussed.
I've heard convincing arguments from both sides, but, at the end of the day, we can neither execute the infidels nor prohibit the formation of Mosques.
by V Livingstone September 30, 2014
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