Not sure what the hell is going on, but I've heard a lot of people using:
As an expression of speech.
Some of us use different words, from time-to-time as a way to express ourselves, but over the last week or so I've heard "What Not" being used a bunch of times.
My beautiful wife said it a couple of times as she relayed a work story.
"Why are you saying 'What Not'?" I asked.
"I don't know," she answered...and then she went back into the story.
It got me thinking...
...what does "what not" mean in the context of a sentence?
And then I heard to on the radio. I paid attention to what the woman was saying. She was a caller into a program.
"What are you up to?" the host asked.
"I've been watching television, reading a little and 'what not'," the woman said.
In that context it sort of means, etc...
But you know what is sad?
I don't miss hearing it anymore!
Do me a favor.
Stop saying "what not!"
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