- Jun 4, 2018
So you want to make me never say it again bc it’s wrong saying it? It is wrong as long as it makes that person feel bad or if it intended in a bad way. Look, I know internet isn’t a place with open minded people anymore and if you got used with a popular stereotype it’s hard to change your mind, but the truth is that it’s not even that important. I don’t care about how it was created. As long as I don’t hurt somebody saying it it has no power to me.Um, that word has a dark meaning. Though the definitions of some words have changed now and days. Such as gay, it used to mean happy, now it's used to put a homosexual down. The N word is originally a word used against blacks, now people call each other that, and other cuss words for fun. Why is calling your friend a cuss word something normal? Society is dumb. I personally don't care how close I am to someone, I can't allow them to be like "Hey bitch! What's up?" A lot of people in my teen age group love doing that- actually age doesn't matter at this point, the majority of people love doing that and I just can't agree.
People call each other the N word on a daily basis where I'm at, so I'm used to it, but if they attempt to call me that, I just tell them "Don't call me that. Call me by my name, not by that word."
Anyways, profanity coming out of your mouth is bad regardless. You should know that as a Christian- and even if one isn't, they'd know anyways. All I'm saying is, if you want to continue using profanity, okay I can't stop you but please don't use THAT word. I don't care what it's "new meaning" is, it'll always remain as it's original meaning. Can we come to an agreement?