The Toxic Phrase We Need To Say More Often Around The Holidays

The Toxic Phrase We Need To Say More Often Around The Holidays

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Posted: Dec 26, 2021 12:01 AM

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It’s almost impossible to be as wrong as a liberal is on everything. Some people do manage to do it, on occasion, but by and large it’s not an easy task. Surfing the web the other day I came across one of the dumbest posts I’ve ever seen, which I realize is kind of like saying one drop of water is wetter than the others, but this one is a special kind of stupid. It’s a Huffington Post piece entitled, “The Toxic Phrase We Need To Stop Saying Around The Holidays.” I read it with a combination of laughter and horror – laughter because the concept is so stupid, horror because these liberals mean every word of it.  So I thought I’d take what they wrote and turn it around, because to hell with those people. So what is this “toxic phrase”? The piece starts, “The nonchalant phrase of ‘let’s work off ___,’ while surely intended as a lighthearted joke, is seriously problematic, according to experts,” in reference to eating too much Halloween candy. Who hasn’t eaten too much Halloween candy and felt like crap? Who also hasn’t promised themselves they’d take the stairs at work the next day to make up for the garbage you shoveled into your piehole? Someone wrote an entire piece abo …

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