same ol' same ol'

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."
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same o(l)' same o(l)'

Sl. the same old thing as one has had before or is used to. I'm getting tired of the same ol' same ol'. Why not something different? Do you like the same o' same o'?
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same o’ same o’

verb
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seein it go back to everyone bitin', everyone doin' the same ol' same ol'. It's kinda like skatin'.
Same ol' same ol'. If it's still the case that transgressive behavior by women is dismissed as simple "acting out," you get the sense that that's just fine with Tracey Emin, an artist who revels in hysteronics - mostly in relation to love gone bad.
But again, look at the reactions of the fans and listeners: Did they think Berry's music was the same ol' same ol'? Did all the musicians he's influenced, all the lives his music changed?