#ICYMI: Feeling left out of Generation Snowflake? Here’s your guide to being offended by everything — RT UK News

#ICYMI: Feeling left out of Generation Snowflake? Here’s your guide to being offended by everything

Published time: 26 Jan, 2018

Life is confusing in 2018. There are times when everyone around you is offended by something, and you feel left out because common sense has kicked in, you’ve remained calm, and got on with your life.

This is a horrible situation to be in.

So, in case you’ve recently discovered that you’re not offended by statues, history, the TV show ‘Friends,’ or people’s sexual preferences, #ICYMI is here with a brief guide to fitting in with Generation Snowflake.

Source: #ICYMI: Feeling left out of Generation Snowflake? Here’s your guide to being offended by everything — RT UK News

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9 thoughts on “#ICYMI: Feeling left out of Generation Snowflake? Here’s your guide to being offended by everything — RT UK News

  1. That’s right forgot! Yes it would.

    Actually, I also posted this because English women, like this one, make me wish I was young and good looking again!

    I lied, I was never good looking!

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  2. Young and good looking is probably overrated, Dave.

    In our media driven culture with its overemphasis on stereotypes, who ever stands a chance of ever feeling confident, or not overly concerned, about their looks?

    In reality, there really are different strokes for different folks: everyone is (or in our mutual cases, “were”) attractive to someone.

    But if there ever was any doubt — and there certainly was — about being young and attractive, now that I am old, the doubt has definitely morphed into certainty: the question is now settled, and I don’t and can’t give a fig’s leaf anymore about ‘that.’

    It is and was a liberation of sorts when the realization finally dawned on me: what you now see in the mirror that you can’t recognize anymore is really you! Better just let it go, then. And anyway, there is so much more to living, regardless.

    But not that I disagree with your assessment of the impression made by ‘English women.’ Just because I’m not attractive doesn’t mean that others aren’t.

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  3. Agree completely, Norm! As you probably know, that last sentence was meant to be a self deprecating haha, nyuck nyuck, to coin Curley. .

    Nope, I have no qualms about being attractive or unattractive, nor did I ever, truthfully.

    I was a musician, so women were attracted to me anyway, women who I thought would never give me the second glance.

    Remember Toto’s Rosanna? “I never thought that a girl like you could ever go for me.”

    That was my experience throughout my life. Hell, my x was considered a “babe” by all of my friends.

    As you point out, I look in a mirror now, and go, Who the hell is that?! It’s too bad the body ages so much faster than the mind!

    “Better just let it go then” is spot on correct! As with you, Norm, I moved on a long time ago. My needs are much simpler now.

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  4. Looks like the easily-triggered marching-snowflakes are getting the cure they desired, in this case, and now they are suffering from and complaining about the cure. This is what these dumbed-down, wimpy-ass sheep to the slaughter deserve:

    https://www.activistpost.com/2018/03/fl-students-who-begged-govt-to-take-their-rights-away-now-angry-govt-took-away-their-rights.html

    As my stepson used to say, when someone got what was coming to them: “Good Lesson!”

    I will be posting this tomorrow!

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