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I've seen two postgame press conferences (Dallas game and tonight) with Wes Welker and has anyone noticed how he can't carry on a conversation without saying "you know.." every 5 seconds? I believe I had him at either 11 or 13 "you know's" against Dallas and he had 9 more tonight.
Has anyone else seen this and found it hilarious? It really shouldn't be that funny but whenever I see him being interviewed I can't stop laughing at how many times he says that.
...well, seeing that he is Troy Brown's "replacement" he may as well talk like Troy too.
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Re: Wes Welker: "You know..."
Originally Posted by Terry Glenn is a cowgirl
Actually, there are MANY people who do this...
it seems like "you know...", "uhmmm...", "uhhhh..." are segways...
The worst is Jerry Rice. He used to be on Sirius NFL Radio during weeknights quite a bit, but I think enough people complained about him to get him off the air. He had to say "you know...", "uhmmm...", "uhhhh..." at least five times in one sentence. He also had a hard time remembering players names although I'm not sure if he even knew who they were in the first place. It's a bit sad for me, as when I was a little kid Rice was one of my favorite players. Ohh well, some are cut out for the business and some aren't.
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