A person in your life you can't get rid of or deny knowing. Other aspects of your life are fine, but there lies a big old reminder and someone is always pointing it out. Every time you look at him/her, you wish your life was stain-free.
My sister-in-law is a stain.
Isn't Latin the language of the church?
Dias Irae (Day of wrath)
Hic Jacet (Here lies... used in tombstones)
Memento Mori (reminder of mortality)
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May 11, 2005 Urban Word of the Day
1. an exclamation used when you want to punctuate/emphasize an obvious or insulting quip or action
2. an exclamation highlighting something you did not know until then
3. a personal reminder
1. "note to self: Jarod is an idiot"
2. "note to self: don't put wooden objects in the dishwasher"
3. "note to self: pay rent"
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Expression used as an aside in conversation as a self-reminder for future reference.
The phrase is a tongue-in-cheek acknowledgement of our era of Daytimers, Palm Pilots and other personal organizers. It is said as if the speaker was recording his thoughts on tape or some other medium.
Note to self: don't mention ex-girlfriends on next date.
So ... interested in dessert?
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An insult said to someone's face, disguised by making it sound like a reminder on a PDA.
Karl: Note to self: Jason eats man-feces.
Jason: No I don't!
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when you say "note to self" it is an internal reminder to do something
After seeing Jane trip over the bucket, Mike said "note to self, clean up the house next time company is over"
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Spoken or demonstrative reminder to alter behavior or conduct a future task, often intended to be humorous or self-deprecating.
Note to self; think twice before walking backwards.