EL-FLIPPO

What Keywords Are So Overused On Sunspot That They Are Otally Meaningless?

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False Equivalency

 

Should  be it's own Forum.

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Dipwad

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Today's word is.....you people.

 

:D 

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Today's word is.....you people.

 

:D 

 

Yea, he was seriously twerking that word.  :o

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At the end of the day, it literally is what it is...

 

Or it could be a one-off straw man.

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  • Fake News
  • Lie
  • Liar
  • Lying

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Troll & trolling seem to be the words of the week.

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Collusion.

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Posted (edited)

kerfuffle...my wife always uses it.

Edited by Buford

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Judge Judy occasionally uses kerfuffle.

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49 minutes ago, EL-FLIPPO said:

Judge Judy occasionally uses kerfuffle.

was thinking maybe Yiddish, but no...

 

Fuffle was first used in Scottish English, as early as the 16th century, as a verb meaning "to dishevel." The addition of the prefix car- (possibly derived from a Scottish Gaelic word meaning "wrong" or "awkward") didn't change the meaning of the word considerably.

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8 hours ago, Buford said:

kerfuffle...my wife always uses it.

'Kerfuffle' is very commonly used over here. 

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