Screen Shot 2017-06-01 at 19.45.29SNOWFLAKE—

just so we understand each other (you mindless self-centred little snot) here is a definition of the term.

Read it* and get back to me*—

Snowflake (slang)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Snowflake as a slang term involves the derogatory usage of the word snowflake to make reference to people. Its meaning has varied, but may include a person who has an inflated sense of their own uniqueness, has an unwarranted sense of entitlement, or is easily offended and unable to deal with opposing opinions. Common usages include the terms special snowflake, Generation Snowflake, and snowflake as a politicized insult.



you poor little ‘picked on’ (victimised) darlings; if you can please read this extension—

Generation Snowflake, or Snowflake Generation, is a neologistic term used to characterize the young adults of the 2010s as being more prone to taking offence and less resilient than previous generations, or as being too emotionally vulnerable to cope with views that challenge their own. The term is considered derogatory.[1][2] It is one of multiple examples of usage of the word “snowflake” to refer to people.

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—I’ll put myself in a holding pattern whilst your mommy wipes your eyes …


* If you can. (I’ll wait whilst you gather enough cronies and work up enough ‘courage’)(another misused misplaced word for the motivating movers of masses of mindless morons).

2 thoughts on “JUST SO,

  1. 🙂 Oh My! You know this is going to spark some hurt feelings, misunderstandings, and a few moving back into their parents basements. I never knew the meaning of words could be so fun, and it is not even about sex. Hugs

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  2. I’m safe. Most of ’em can’t read, and the few that can don’t understand how to use reference books. And (my trump card) I only get three or four readers on a good day—I’m pretty sure they don’t discourse with snowies.

    Boom boom~!

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