sex·y

<a onmousedown="spk(this,{lk:'nx1fkx’,en:’wotdau’,io:’0′,b:’wotd’,tp:’lrl’,m:’wotdau’})” href=”#”> /ˈsɛksi/ Show Spelled[sek-see] Show IPA

adjective, sex·i·er, sex·i·est.

1.

concerned predominantly or excessively with sex; risqué: a sexy novel.
2.

sexually interesting or exciting; radiating sexuality: the sexiest professor on campus.
3.

excitingly appealing; glamorous: a sexy new car.

spa·ghet·ti

/spəˈgɛti/ Show Spelled[spuh-get-ee] Show IPA

noun

1.

a white, starchy pasta of Italian origin that is made in the form of long strings, boiled, and served with any of a variety of meat, tomato, or other sauces.
2.

Electricity . an insulating tubing of small diameter into which bare wire can be slipped.

 

BOTH ARE WORDS. So why is one “less proper” than the other? Because our BRAINWASHED modern day society is believing all the CRAP the media is shoveling down our throats; they are not only believing it, they are actually acting like it is the truth(because as we all know the media NEVER exaggerates or makes up stories right? Right?)  And its working to! This “concerned mom” got mad because awwwwwwwwwwww…..her wittle daughta wus being hawassed at school. BOO FRICKEN HOO! Cry me a river! Seriously, you overprotective parents, if you dont let your snivelling, poop-stained, bratty kids see the real world, theyre going to end up sheltered freaks who wont accept the reality of failure, or verbal harassment. Learn to let go for the better!

Another thing about the words above. What if in an alternate reality, the meanings of the words “sexy” and “spaghetti” were switched. So lets say this kid goes up and says, “IM SPAGHETTI AND I KNOW IT!” What would happen in that alternate reality? Huh? Yeah that’s right, he would get the same punishment as in our reality. I guess what I’m trying to say is, the meaning of the word doesn’t matter, if it is used without bad intentions, or is used in simple ignorance of what the word acutally meant; so I seriously doubt the little 6 year old FULLY knew what he was saying when he said what he did.

“I am sexy and I know it”…saying that is considered sexual harassment? Has everybody gone insane? Since when is the word “sexy” demeaning or insulting to anybody? I can not think of a single person who could possibly feel this way. It’s a sad sight that Americans have been brainwashed to become so “politically correct” that nothing is tolerable anymore.

 

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