I swear, if you say "I Know..." in that condescending tone one more time, bitch, I'm going to stick my mouse up your ass, and the stapler down your throat, and see if I can get them to meet mid-way.
I have not had a good day, we've had system problems since before you came in 4 hours late because you had a doctor's appointment, and I'll be DAMNED if you think you're leaving in 20 minutes at your regular 4:30 leaving time...
Sit your fatter-than-mine ass down and just LISTEN ONCE IN A WHILE!!
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Not when it's used in the more common way, which is just as something to say in a pause while you get your thought together:
"I'm trying to apply for... you know... graduate school."
But when it's used by someone who doesn't know how to debate, or even much about what he or she is talking about in order to try to get the person he or she is talking to to explain it for them.
"I think the war on Iraq is just wrong, you know?"
It's really annoying, because a lot of people fall for the latter, and end up explaining what it is "they know" to the person who is so certain that they know it. That person then takes that information and uses it in other debates.
the best thing is that the overboss walked by just as I was telling my supervisor (who happens to be a friend from before she got promoted) that if they seated this person in the cubicle directly to the left of me, a pencil was going to get jammed into this person's head...
and then I had to explain about all the problems I have been experiencing since June and one of my other coworkers had a few things to say - the offending bitch is being brought to task in a meeting at 10 today... 10 minutes from now muhahahaha.