Curiosity stopper

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A curiosity stopper, also known as a thought-terminating cliché, is a phrase or sentence intended to shut down discussion with a statement that is neither incorrect nor falsifiable, typically while sounding wise.


  • God did it.
  • Everything happens for a reason.
  • It's a matter of opinion!
  • Don't judge.
  • It's just common sense.
  • I'm just sayin'.
  • It is what it is.



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