The most overused redundancy. Every already means single. It would be wrong to say, "every single person" and not mean only persons that are not married.
I exercise every single day.
by aynaku September 22, 2019
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Used to draw attention to an obvious connection between those who share their ideology and agenda with the international banking cartel to brazen and overt attacks against the long term sustainability of civilisation.
Bill: I read an article by Joe Schlongberg discussing how your wife should be free to sleep with whoever she wants and you should just support her, no matter how many venereal diseases she contracts.
Harry: Every. Single. Time.
by Augustisimus December 3, 2020
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When you notice a certain ethnicity always have their fingers in many pies ie Media Channels, Literature Companies, Governments, Banks, The Film Industry, Porn, Music, etc.
"Hey Jon, ever notice how "*they* monopolise every facet of our country, I mean they own all the media channels for crying out loud! It's even illegal to criticise them!!"
"Every. Single. Time."
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An ad hominem argument.

Used as an exclamation when you correctly guess another person's ethnicity/religion based on correlation of their statement with a widespread stereotype about ethnicity/religion.
Person A: Uncontrolled mass immigration is undoubtedly one of the greatest means of strengthening the nation.
Person B: *checking person A's ethnicity/religion and finding the expected result* I knew it! Every single time!
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A national holiday where everyone plays minecraft.
"Carol, what are you doing?"
"Playing For-"
"Stfu, wrong game. It's Minecraft time every single year."
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An iconic phrase , often said or shouted by indie kids at festivals and gigs when a certain song, “Not nineteen forever”, by a well known Manchester band - The Courteeners - is played .

This phrase roots from the second to last verse of the song as the lead singer, Liam Fray, when he shouts these words in his well known Mancunian accent to the crowd- as they all “dance”or jump around to this song .
Crowd : gOd BlesS ThE BAnD THeR’yE dOinG AlL thEy cAn

Crowd: Dunununununununu nununu nununu
by Lalmontford July 27, 2019