Dialect: Scouse (liverpool uk) Derogatory term: Implication that an individual is homosexual although they are not yet aware of this fact.
Orig. quilt = closet case.
Often used between scouse males during their mating rituals to gain favour with female observers. The intention is to challenge their oponents sexual prowess often resulting in advancement toward physical conflict.
Derogatory term relating to natives of Liverpool uk (Scousers) Orig. Cockney rhyming slang (London uk) although widely used across the UK.
Term makes fun of scousers cartoon-like: Character, appearance, use of language and squeeky accents.
"Give them mickey mousers an inch and they take a mile"
The tyrannical perversion of man's fanatical fear of mortality.
general principle: A set of rules which, should a person adhere to they will transcend to "heaven" and spend expereince eternal happiness. Should said person fail to follow such rules they will spend eternity tormented in "hell". This principle promotes mass acceptance due to its relation to the naturally observed phenomenon of dialectical monism.
Utilised historically to affect social control whilst simultaneously generating profit. Superceeded by the advent of mass media and the illusion of choice. Now utilised by extremists to justify acts of prejudice and intollerance.