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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by andy11, 8 Mar 2019.

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  1. Notch7

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    Charming :eek:

    noun: A windowlicker is a derogatory, informal description of someone with severe learning disabilities and/or a physical incapacity which renders them helpless when faced with the prospect of seeing a stranger through a window without smearing their mucus covered tongues all over the glass, possibly as some kind of ****** greeting.

    Alternatives are 'spaz' or 'mongole'

    BAS the person who spends his time calling people on here racists, thinks this is acceptable language
     
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    So, you have no word for the different types of people - not even types.

    That seems highly unusual.
     
  3. Brigadier

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    And what is more,

    When two similar people procreate, their offspring is often very similar to the parents.
    It's almost as if they're are some underlying characteristics that are passed on....
    If only there was some word to simplify those distinctive and heritable characteristics.......
     
  4. jasonzyx

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    Like blonde hair, blue eyes, etc
    Two words: inherited characteristics.
     
  5. Brigadier

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    But, hair colour changes.
    Both I and my wife had white-blonde hair as kids, went through dark hair, and onto greying now.

    Whereas, a typical Chinese person maintains very dark hair throughout, until it greys or falls out.

    So, you're saying that some of us inherit characteristics that are characteristic, and some inherit characteristics that are not characteristic?


    Edited to include missing "us", and typos!
     
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    Some characteristics are not inherited, some are.
    I have a scar on my knee. It wasn’t inherited.
     
  7. Brigadier

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    And some inheritances are not characteristic.
    Like "ginger" hair.
     
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    That old Tory trope about disabled people living the life of Reilly on benefits is well past its sell by date,The Tories have seen to that.
    Brexit,Islamophobia and anti semitism are what you need if want to get the veins in the side of your head throbbing with outraged indignation.
     
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    What's a "Trope"?

    It sounds very much like a Tony Blair word!
     
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    Is that a taxable inheritance?
     
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    Yeah? Typical Chinese women go bald? Does that only happen to Chinese people?

    Is that what you'd like me to say?
    Or is that what you think I am saying? Although I don't understand how you could think that, unless you are intentionally distorting my comment.
     
  12. Brigadier

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    What are you saying then?
    In as few sentences as possible.
     
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    I've already said it.
    Jumble it up as much as you like, but it's pretty easy to understand.
     
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    inherited characteristics :confused:

    I inherited a large brain :cool: go's with out saying really ;)

    and a large hampton :sneaky:
     
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    Off your uncle?:ROFLMAO:
     
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