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|Outsyder18 (profile) wrote, |
on 04-20-03 at 12:33pm
|Hmm... Bastard huh? Lets see what does webster say a Bastard is.
Etymology: Middle English, from Old French, probably of Germanic origin; akin to Old Frisian bost marriage, Old English bindan to bind
Date: 14th century
1 : an illegitimate child
2 : something that is spurious, irregular, inferior, or of questionable origin
Well now isnt that interesting. I have both my parents. And my father is my father. So I cant be the first one. And the second one is pretty obvious that I am a American. And as far as me being inferior, at least I took the time to know what a bastard was. Un-like your weak attempt.
With that out of the way. You would be a "fool" for thinking that I care what your little Japan wanna be self thinks. And I hope you do go to Japan, people like you dont deserve the freedoms we have. First you tottaly butcher the first admendment rights. Calling me a Bastard, come on. Grow up. At least know the insult your using. And as far as the dark corner I crawled out of. (Which is another orginal comment that should be put under the "Your Mom" section) You can just sit and wimper cause it would be down right humerous to watch you make someone do something. "Ohhhh Shinigami is going to come out and kick my ass!!" Well I hate to tell your delusional self that Shinigami can watch me give her a "New Yorkers Gesture" and suck it. Or better yet, I have a delusional name too. Its called "my boot" and with the proper force I can show you how it fits up your "ass". But I suppose physic's is to big of a subject for you. Ah well, its difficult to argue with someone who isnt at least your reading level. With that thought, "Kudos" to you and I hope you take your medication. It would be such a shame to see another mental patient hit by a car.
Incase you have trouble with big words. I linked the meanings from Webster's Dictionary to better help you understand when your being wrecked on. Have a good day and Happy Easter. Thank God Jesus loves the mentally impaired.
Etymology: Middle English, from Old French fol, from Late Latin follis, from Latin, bellows, bag; akin to Old High German bolla blister, balg bag -- more at BELLY
Date: 13th century
1 : a person lacking in judgment or prudence
2 a : a retainer formerly kept in great households to provide casual entertainment and commonly dressed in motley with cap, bells, and bauble b : one who is victimized or made to appear foolish : DUPE
3 a : a harmlessly deranged person or one lacking in common powers of understanding b : one with a marked propensity or fondness for something
Pronunciation: di-'lü-zh&n, dE-
Etymology: Middle English, from Late Latin delusion-, delusio, from deludere
Date: 15th century
1 a : the act of deluding : the state of being deluded b : an abnormal mental state characterized by the occurrence of psychotic delusions
2 a : something that is falsely or delusively believed or propagated b : a persistent false psychotic belief regarding the self or persons or objects outside the self
often vulgar : a stupid, obstinate, or perverse person -- often compounded with a preceding adjective
Pronunciation: 'kü-"däs, 'kyü-, -"dOs
Etymology: Greek kydos
1 : fame and renown resulting from an act or achievement : PRESTIGE
2 : praise given for achievement