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1-25-2012 @ 9:29AM
That *might* make it justifiable to allow those words through on the EU client - if only because I do know people from the UK who say they're "going out for a fag." I can't say for certain though, but I think that usage is also falling out of favour. Either way, almost nobody says that in the US.And really, it's just one of those eye-rolling points in this argument, to constantly tread out that dead horse as though you're going to magically enlighten us gays into suddenly not being offended because CLEARLY when that clown on the other side of the internet, or the jerk in your English class, or even your superior at work calls you a "fag," they're really just doing something so mind-bogglingly ridiculous as calling you a "bundle of sticks"...
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