The 'N' word, and it really doesn't matter who says it or under what circumstances. I still get the same sick feeling in the pit of my stomach that I did when I heard it as a child.
I'm with you. I know all the politics of "own the word", etc and it does not matter. That is a vile word.
Words aren't offensive in themselves, it's the intent behind the word that often offends.
i am not easily offended. it would take more than a single word.
the word most. Anyone who ends their sentences with it has absolutely no sensitivity whatsoever.
It is a hard *C* word. Ugh.
Bored. Especially when spoken by youngsters. Only boring people get bored!
Thanks. I was raised in the country, and I remember being shocked at how many times I heard this after I got older.. My Mom had a cure for boredom..it was called chores!
"No", nobody should be able to say that word to me. I find it extremely offensive!
Cant, no such word as cant, only wont
Before 30: Stupid.<br />
Before 60: Arrogant.<br />
Now: Racist<br />
They don't offend me, but they<br />
cause me to learn and learn...
anything that's a racial slur.
I have no idea why, but words don't offend me. Not even curse words.
That reminds me of the show "Dead Like Me"
This word makes me laugh out loud every time.