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Thnx for sticking it to kilomanjaro. That asshole has been getting under my skin, along with all the other creationist trash.
Are you kidding me? lol. Dude, you need to take your meds, and when you calm down, look up the word sarcasm. Here I will help you. Sarcasm: is stating the opposite of an intended meaning especially in order to sneeringly, slyly, jest or mock a person, situation or thing.
Stop sucking on your grandma's douchenozzle, and grow up please. Thanks!
PS thanks for proving I am a moron. I have been telling people that for years, but no one believs me!
oh yeah! Troll'n troll'n troll'n, vann keep on troll'n......
Just wondering...in that picture are you the bitch or the hoe?
Sorry my wife is a teacher and likes to point out funny details. She was wondering if you meant the slang word 'ho', or are you asking if one of us is a garden implement?
wow you must be a stand up comic or something
and btw if you thought that was misspelled look it up, both spellings are used
I was asking a question of the imputation of your choice of the word 'hoe', and not questioning your spelling. You're not very smert is ya.....
If you think 'imputation' is a big word, then be glad you didn't grow up in the environment that I did.
Anyway, the definition that you present qualifies my usage of the word. I guess you will probably not agree with that since you obviously read it and still came to the conclusion that I was incorrect with my usage. So I will give you a tip that I used as a younger person being around adults that spoke those evil 'big words'. Use a thesaurus.
Okay to break this down since I am sitting at work More.. with absolutely nothing better to do.
You commented, "Just wondering...in that picture are you the bitch or the hoe?%u201D
Which I do understand that is was an attempt of insult.
So my sarcastic (smart ass) side kicked in and I retorted, "Sorry my wife is a teacher and likes to point out funny details. She was wondering if you meant the slang word 'ho', or are you asking if one of us is a garden implement?"
When I see the word 'hoe' I think of a gardening tool, and when I see the word 'ho' I think of street vernacular (slang) for a woman of ill repute (slut). Then you replied that both spellings are used in wikipedia, and the urban dictionary. While wiki can have some practical use, the urban dictionary is just proof of our rapidly declining education system and is at best laughable.
Now let%u2019s address my statement of, "I was asking a question of the imputation of your choice of the word 'hoe', and not questioning your spelling. You're not very smert is ya....."
While my ending insult is childish at best, the use of 'imputation' is qualified even by your given definition. While the whole entry qualifies the word, maybe you just do not understand it. "The attribution of personal guilt or personal righteousness of another" I would think clearly qualifies the word.
If you were to use a thesaurus substitute then one could have used, charge, accusation, insinuation, or suggestion. Any one of those words would have implied the same meaning.
Remember, this all started because you misinterpreted my sarcasm. Then you furthered it by attempting to insult. Less..
Oh mojosebo008, I hope our relationship is long and fruitful. It has certainly provided me with many laughs. I was worried for a while because your response to my last post on your profile..."Wiki and Urban Dictionary? Seriously? Hmmmm sorry to have bothered you, and I bid you a good day." was a tad disappointing in its brevity. I guess it took you a good 3 days to go from that comment to the zinger you posted on my profile. I love how you criticize the urban dictionary, and then bemoa More..n our declining educational system. Like the different spellings of "hoe" and "ho" bear any relation to our educational system. See, this is why I hope you continue posting silly comments to my profile, because without you it would be rather sparse. I know you think I'm a smart guy and all, but this isn't "my" definition.
As for this: "'The attribution of personal guilt or personal righteousness of another' I would think clearly qualifies the word.
If you were to use a thesaurus substitute then one could have used, charge, accusation, insinuation, or suggestion. Any one of those words would have implied the same meaning."
I guess I should have explained this a bit more clearly so you could understand. None of our conversation, from the beginning to the end, has been in doubt. It is all kept in the liveleak website and you can look up exactly what you said on the post, my first comment in your profile, and on from there. There is no imputation, accusation, charge, insinuation, or suggestion involved. If you used the synonym test, your sentence would read: "I was asking a question of the imputation (accusation, charge, insinuation, suggestion) of your choice of the word 'hoe', and not questioning your spelling. You're not very smert is ya.....
When I call your wife a hoe, or a ho, mojosebo008, I am not merely insinuating that she is a whore, I am not imputing that your wife is a whore, I am saying your wife is a whore. Of course I don't really believe your wife is a whore, it was a pun. And mojosebo, I've seen three comments from you about the ho/hoe issue and not once have you explained what the hell you were talking about if not the mistaken belief that hoe was a misspelling of ho. Where's the sarcasm? Are you just being deliberately stupid in the same way that you misspelled "smert?" Did your wife in fact point out to you that hoe appeared to be misspelled or did you make this up on your own? Less..
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