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to be honest we need a Milo Yiannopoulos megathread

monday doesn't even mean much anymore these days as it did 200 years ago.

Even black people call themselves monday.

monday doesn't even mean much anymore these days as it did 200 years ago.

Even black people call themselves monday.
actually they call themselves brother and believe it or not people take offence to when someone calls them a racial slur lmao
go up to a japanese person and call them a jap if that's what you really believe, then get a slap in the face

we're not disgusting weaboos drydess

we're not disgusting weaboos drydess
exactly, it's just you
weeb


"being called inferior to everyone else isn't stopping you from feeling good about yourself"

Feelings are irrelevant.

You surely aren't proving you aren't inferior when you cry about how words are preventing you from making a name for yourself.

did somebody say weeaboo?

don't talk to me drydess


Feelings are irrelevant.
true, they're just chemical reactions

actually they call themselves brother and believe it or not people take offence to when someone calls them a racial slur lmao

There's no loving difference between monday and brother except for the fact brother isn't even a word.

go up to a japanese person and call them a jap if that's what you really believe, then get a slap in the face

Isn't jap short for Japanese though? How is it offensive? Should a British person feel offended when someone calls them a Brit? How about calling an Australian an Aussie?

Absolutely disgusting of them. Also disgusting, the argument that seems to have reared its ugly head in this thread.

The only people that find the word "jap" offensive are whiny millennial japs born in America.

If you go to the actual country of Japan and call someone there a Jap they won't take offense to it.

The only people that find the word "jap" offensive are whiny millennial japs born in America.

If you go to the actual country of Japan and call someone there a Jap they won't take offense to it.
actually jap was used as the equivalent of "monday" during world war two in specific you dipstuff