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MattHanson1990
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Americans' definitions of words are totally a** backwards

Post by MattHanson1990 » April 10th, 2016, 11:42 pm

In addition to their black and white viewpoints, another thing I've noticed about Americans is that they have definitions that are totally a** backwards compared to what you see in the real world, especially outside the US Matrix. And these are the definitions Americans were ingrained with from the time they started their schooling onward. We all know that in America, good is bad and bad is good, which explains why trash culture is seen as cool and American women date and even get into LTRs with bad boys instead of nice guys. Below are some more words and their a** backwards definitions used in modern American society.

human being - a business resource, corporate drone, wage slave, or a machine

education - the process of being dumbed down so that you can't think for yourself and are only smart enough to slave away at a regular job you don't like and spend money on useless junk you don't really need to be happy

school - an oppressive prison-like institution where you receive your "education", get looked down on if you can't find a clique, and where you have to memorize a bunch of useless stuff that you won't use in the real world

man up - to become emasculated and willing to date/marry undesirable women like land whales, used-up single moms, mentally unstable chicks, etc.; more like "mangina up"

man - a woman trapped in a man's body

woman - a man trapped in a woman's body

freedom - slaving away at your boring 9-5 job, consuming, having to drive everywhere, obeying the huge number of laws, conforming to the society

confidence - basically a term for being arrogant, snobby, over-inflating your ego, and being someone that you're not

make a living - living to work and pay your never ending bills

democracy - a system of government that has grown exponentially since last century and has become more tyrannical, especially after 9/11

As of recently, more and more Americans have been waking up and realizing how a** backwards the society in America really is. But alas they're still in the minority.




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Re: Americans' definitions of words are totally a** backward

Post by IraqVet2003 » April 11th, 2016, 3:22 am

MattHanson1990 wrote:In addition to their black and white viewpoints, another thing I've noticed about Americans is that they have definitions that are totally a** backwards compared to what you see in the real world, especially outside the US Matrix. And these are the definitions Americans were ingrained with from the time they started their schooling onward. We all know that in America, good is bad and bad is good, which explains why trash culture is seen as cool and American women date and even get into LTRs with bad boys instead of nice guys. Below are some more words and their a** backwards definitions used in modern American society.

human being - a business resource, corporate drone, wage slave, or a machine

education - the process of being dumbed down so that you can't think for yourself and are only smart enough to slave away at a regular job you don't like and spend money on useless junk you don't really need to be happy

school - an oppressive prison-like institution where you receive your "education", get looked down on if you can't find a clique, and where you have to memorize a bunch of useless stuff that you won't use in the real world

man up - to become emasculated and willing to date/marry undesirable women like land whales, used-up single moms, mentally unstable chicks, etc.; more like "mangina up"

man - a woman trapped in a man's body

woman - a man trapped in a woman's body

freedom - slaving away at your boring 9-5 job, consuming, having to drive everywhere, obeying the huge number of laws, conforming to the society

confidence - basically a term for being arrogant, snobby, over-inflating your ego, and being someone that you're not

make a living - living to work and pay your never ending bills

democracy - a system of government that has grown exponentially since last century and has become more tyrannical, especially after 9/11

As of recently, more and more Americans have been waking up and realizing how a** backwards the society in America really is. But alas they're still in the minority.
MattHanson1990, another great post!!!

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Re: Americans' definitions of words are totally a** backward

Post by Ghost » April 11th, 2016, 5:00 am

Have you been reading Ambrose Bierce's Devil's Dictionary lately by any chance, Matt?

Yes, this is what the system is. Everything's a counterfeit. Schools prevent learning. Hospitals worsen health. The media limits knowledge. Politics makes leadership impossible. Jobs are mostly non-productive wastes. Laws destroy freedom. Marriage destroys families.

It's a Twilight Zone of a society. Still takes me aback sometimes how ass-backwards it all is.

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Re: Americans' definitions of words are totally a** backward

Post by Moretorque » April 19th, 2016, 12:26 pm

If you have any complaints with the system you file them with the CITI and the stupidity of Daa herd, " allow me to issue the currency and I care who not makes the laws "!
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