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Jase

Conservatives less likely to dress cool, dance at parties, understand trendy jokes

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being responsible and honest has been unpopular for a while now. But I always felt like the "in-crowd" were nothing but sheep at a watering hole anyway. Have fun following each other off the bridge.

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Perhaps we really do get the trendy jokes, but we realize they aren't really that funny?

Translation: Only likes Jeff Dunham and the 1st year of SNL...has not laughed since.

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trends are defined by youth, youth is usually more liberal than elders, as seen across the history of civilization

 

so yeah

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Translation: Only likes Jeff Dunham and the 1st year of SNL...has not laughed since.

 

 

Actually its Ron White and I usually had better things to do on Saturday night than watch TV.  :)

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<--- IS cooler and does dress better and tells the trendy and funny jokes at parties

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trends are defined by youth, youth is usually more liberal than elders, as seen across the history of civilization

so yeah

trendy:

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