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Five reasons why some words are overused and need to die

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4 Responses to “Five reasons why some words are overused and need to die”

  1. David Hunt 1990 on April 10th, 2017 7:08 am

    Pardon me, special snowflake, while I drink liberal tears as you get triggered and need to hide in your safe space until you start adulting.

    How’s that?

  2. elizabeth on April 11th, 2017 1:50 pm

    You could not find a better example of why liberals are not taken seriously.

  3. VJ in Colorado on April 19th, 2017 11:15 am

    This is the result of growing up with parents that do not teach their kids that there are winners and losers. Those soccer games with no score and everyone getting a trophy and a juice box are the same children attending university at their parents expense, not having earned anything in life yet wanting everything, to include elections to go their way.

    If you lose, you try harder so you can win. You do not assign blame to someone else and deflect criticism. Accept it and move on. But from the above, you can see that this is not possible. Real life awaits without a “safe space”,and it will not be pleasant if freedom of expression is stifled to the point of only like mindedness being allowed.

  4. Ryan McKinney on April 24th, 2017 2:47 pm

    Did I miss the article? It says reasons why, but it’s just a picture with some buzzwords listed.

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