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SZ James (banned)

Semantics Olympics

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silly to even ask

hell given your post history you likely don't see a problem with that either

Who called who a bitch? Quote please.

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And then the guy came through our section yelling "Midol, get your Midol" We waved him down

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Who called who a bitch? Quote please.

Mr. Scott calling that woman a Wench does not bother me in the slightest, mainly b/c she is a self-righteous bitch

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but since we can't get the point of rhetorical questions on the huddle..

No, lady of the night is a euphamism to avoid saying the words I listed. So no it's not the same. Any other crap arguments?

how is the fluidity of language a "crap argument?"

here's a nice example:

late 13c., wenche "girl or young woman," shortened from wenchel "child" (12c.), from Old English wencel, probably related to wancol "unsteady, fickle, weak," and cognate with Old Norse vakr "child, weak person," Old High German wanchal "fickle." The word degenerated through being used in reference to servant girls, and by mid-14c. was being used in a sense of "woman of loose morals, mistress."

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Wait... so now we're talking about Kurb? I thought we were talking about Mr Scot?

Kurb is admin... he can say wtf he wants.

But just for giggles...

bitch [bich] Show IPA

noun

1.

a female dog: The bitch won first place in the sporting dogs category.

2.

a female of canines generally.

3.

Slang.

a.

a malicious, unpleasant, selfish person, especially a woman.

b.

a lewd woman.

c.

Disparaging and Offensive. any woman.

4.

Slang. a person who performs demeaning tasks for another; servant: Tom is so her bitch; she just ordered him to go fetch her some pizza—and he went without a word.

5.

Slang. a convict who is in a homosexual relationship and/or dominant relationship willingly or unwillingly in the prison setting: The new inmate was immediately forced to be the bitch of the prison's top dog.

Happy?

Now you play. Define Ironic.

You already quoted me so I assume that you actually read my post... but I never can tell with you.

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how is the fluidity of language a "crap argument?"

here's a nice example:

exactly. now it means *****.

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exactly. now it means *****.

what word is that? can you use less stars?

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*****

^^^ wtf happened to "cotton headed ninny muggins"? That's some fuging bullshit Zod.

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rhymes with wore... its the word filter not me

i appreciate what you're saying... but frankly even websters backs me up.

wench [wɛntʃ]

n

1. a girl or young woman, esp a buxom or lively one: now used facetiously

2. Archaic a female servant

3. Archaic a prostitute

it literally says it's used facetiously in the dictionary. it also acknowledges the archaic definitions separately. How it's used... i can't speak to... but as far as the literal definition of the word... it's really not offensive.

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