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Also about negative connotations+51It's kinda amazing how we can swap one word with another synonymous word in a sentence, but this can change the very way people view it because of the positive and negative connotations involved, amirite?
Also about negative connotations+16It's mildly annoying how there isn't a neutral word that means "kind of being okay at something but not great but that's okay because no one really cares anyway." Society values perfection so highly that basic adequacy is often overlooked and words such as "mediocre" and even "average" have negative connotations. amirite?
Also about negative connotations+237I'm gay, I'm gay, I'm gay. Even more, I'm a christian gay. Yes, I'm the happiest christian I know. I'm tired of political correctness destroying words that are perfectly fine. words like gay, black, colored, homosexual, and others are not evil words, they're just given negative connotations. It's like something out of the book "1984". Our speech is being controlled. Political correctness needs to be destroyed before it destroys us. amirite?
Also about movie industry+206Nicholas Cage is the Nickelback of the movie industry. amirite?
Also about movie industry+739i feel like the horror movie industry has an agenda to ruin everything we use on a daily basis; tapes and TVs are ruined(the ring), cameras(shutter), phones(one missed call), mirrors(mirrors), clowns(IT), camping(friday the 13th), dreaming(freddy kruger), halloween(halloween).. really? i'd hide out in a closet for the rest of my life, but you ruined that with the grudge and the boogeyman. amirite?
Also about negative connotations+297The word 'benevolent' sounds like it should carry negative connotations, even though it means kind and generous, amirite?