We came late to the "Big Brother" guilty-pleasure party. Our first season was Season 15 (summer of 2013) when the ultimate do-nothing floater Andy Herren won. But even in this short amount of time, we've grown quite weary of the in-game lingo that the houseguests lean on so often. We suspect they just want to give the whole ridiculous thing a more serious, strategic vibe.
1. "My game" (e.g. "I need to do what's good for my game")
2. (tie) "Flip the house"
2. (tie) "The other side of the house"
4. "Blood on my hands"
5. "My ride or die"
6. "Comp" (short for "competition" which is just obnoxious - what, you don't want to say those other three syllables?)
Honorable mention goes to host Julie Chen's ubiquitous "but first" phrases used during every live episode.
We've also started noticing a new one. It's not yet ready to crack the list, but we have our eye on it. "Jury management."