I say it often; and I mean it.
I say it sometimes; and I mean it
I say in infrequently; and I mean it
I say it often; but in a joking manner
I say it sometimes; but in a joking manner
I say it infrequently; but in a joking manner
It spontaneous/ Never know when I may say it
I never say it
why do race threads always turn into the twilight zone?
"It ain't what they call you, it's what you answer to." - W. C. Fields
For the purposes of humor, I feel that nothing is truly taboo. To make a joke, for satire, for biting social commentary... Sometimes a really hate-filled word is the most suitable. Especially for satire.
Liberté. Égalité. Fraternité.
I was discovering that life just simply isn't fair and bask in the unsung glory of knowing that each obstacle overcome along the way only adds to the satisfaction in the end. Nothing great, after all, was ever accomplished by anyone sulking in his or her misery.
- Colonel Paul YinglingNobody who wins a war indulges in a bifurcated definition of victory. War is a political act; victory and defeat have meaning only in political terms. A country incapable of achieving its political objectives at an acceptable cost is losing the war, regardless of battlefield events.
Bifurcating victory (e.g. winning militarily, losing politically) is a useful salve for defeated armies. The "stab in the back" narrative helped take the sting out of failure for German generals after WWI and their American counterparts after Vietnam.
All the same, it's nonsense. To paraphrase Vince Lombardi, show me a political loser, and I'll show you a loser.