What Did You Say?

WTFUsed to be “gay” meant “happy” and “old” meant old. Now old is “pre-loved” or “new-to-me” and really old is “vintage” or worse, “antique.” And dilapidated, crumbling buildings are sold off as “heritage” treasures.

Used to be “Indonesian” means things pertaining to that neighboring banana republic called Indonesia, but now it just means “retarded.”

Have you heard the latest about the haze? Singapore’s offer in September of only “one aircraft” to Indonesia to help fight forest fires that have caused thick haze to descend around the region was “insulting” said Indonesian Coordinating Minister for Politics, Law and Security Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan.

Well, a retard a day huh? Some nuts just can’t resist turning other people’s misfortunes into a big production.

Looks that they are all coming out of the woodwork now.

Those brainless cretins have conveniently forgotten that when Aceh was wiped out by a killer tsunami on Boxing Day, 2004, 1,500 men and women from Singapore were there almost immediately to help stabilize the mayhem there. They were accompanied by three supply ships, 12 helicopters and eight transport aircraft from Singapore.

The hemorrhoids hospitals in Indonesia must be empty because all the assholes have escaped and are now out there haha.

Now, back to our original train of thought…

Airline stewardess are now “flight attendants” and pilots are no longer in cockpits but work at “flight decks” while not just planes use runways – fashion models sashay down runways instead of catwalks these days.

Undertakers are now “funeral directors” and janitors are now “sanitation engineers” whilst housewives get a boost when they are renamed “domestic scientists.”

People used to die, now they “pass on” those still alive don’t lose their jobs, instead they are “pink-slipped.”

A kiss may be a kiss in Casablanca but some people rather know it as “the juxtaposition of two orbicularis oris muscles in a state of contraction.”

Sigh, why don’t people call a spade a spade instead of “a horticultural implement for removing unwanted botanical specimens”?

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