You get to remove one word from the English language

communist dwarf

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I choose just. I would like people to explain why things are ok other than saying it was for a "just" cause... Like Iraq for example. Explain Iraq without going into how it was a "just" war.
 

tehlordofmyownworld

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Why. Re-structuring everyones questions would be interesting.And it would stop annoying kids who just found out it was irritating to constantly question everything. It would also change philosophy.
 

runic knight

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feminism

So that anyone who would use the word then has to replace it by what they meant and we can see people's real stances instead of this hodge-podge meaning anything from anti-sexual to pro-women's rights to general equality. then when we see these threads all over the place around here, we can see what the real intent is in each one.
 

falcon1985

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Politically-correct.

Fine, not a word per-se, but goddamn that one is really pissing me off to no end.
 

lacktheknack

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Smeggs said:
OT: "Help"

Just imagine that for a minute.
I can just see some girl running through the forest in a slasher film screaming "I NEED AN ADULT! I NEED AN ADULT!"

This made me smile. Thanks.
 

Bellyojelly

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Given the choice, I'd pick trust. It can be the most important thing to anyone in the world, but it's so easily broken. Perhaps it's best that we dispose of it entirely...
 

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I won't get rid of any words but whatever words you guys get rid of I'll just replace it with something foreign. Everything I type'll be the most annoying thing you ever read
 

SeeIn2D

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Mad. Whenever I hear some troll say "u mad", "uMAD", "U MAD BRO" or any other variation, I want to punch the **** in the face.
 

217not237

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Pegasister.

As a brony, I would like to remind female bronies that the word just means you like the show, not that you have a penis and like the show. Pegasister is like "gamer girl," something else I want to get rid of but can't since it's two words.
 

Haagrum

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"Pulsating", because I'm sick of lackwit journalists misusing it describe a sporting contest.

Infernai said:
I'm going to remove the word "Lawyer"

MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

...I'm completely insane and all the good ones were said already, what did you expect me to say?
We'd just swap to "attorney", "solicitor" or "barrister", instead. [/lawyered... although we'd lose that one...]

If you really wanted to screw with lawyers, at least in common law countries, remove the word "estoppel" and its derived forms from the language.

Watching lawyers try to articulate precise concepts and applications of estoppel without recourse to the actual word? Priceless.
 

Arakasi

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"Mate"
I hate it, you can say it with in terms of 'The female then mates with the male' but not as in 'Hey mate!'.
It sounds so... Australian.
 

Evil Smurf

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I would make Americans use the letter "u". for example: "colour" and "Humour".
 

Marcus Kehoe

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Retarded

Simply because every time I use it to describe fox and EA news I feel I'm insulting mentally challenged people.

zing

no but seriously ill go with the word fergalicious. let's see you spell that word now Fergie, now that it doesn't exist .