same o' same o'

same ol' same ol'

The same thing that is always done or that always happens. It often implies that such a thing is boring or monotonous. The phrase is duplicated for emphasis, with ol' being a colloquial shortening of "old." We always sit around and do the same ol' same ol'. Let's go out this week and try something new! A: "What are you doing this summer?" B: "Same ol' same ol'—loading up the car and heading to the beach house."
See also: same
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same o’ same o’

verb
See also: same
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