The word used by blacks as show of solidarity in hypocrisy. Nigga comes from the word nigger, a term that originated in the old American south and was popularized by racists as a means of degredation. Used with a thick southern accent the word negro comes out sounding like Nigger.
Today blacks continue to defame thier own kind by using the word as a means of social masculine familiarity. Only ignorant and self hating blacks use the term because of a feeling social inadequacy that has been fostered by a parental figure or public racist such as Louis Farrakhan or Jesse Jackson, who continue to claim that even in the year 2009, when a black man is President and an unfair system of affirmative actions (which give prefferencial treatment to blacks in the work force over whites), that blacks are still horribly oppressed. Many blacks allow white people who have earned their respect to use the word nigga. Some however will become enraged if a white person uses the word nigger. This mind numbing double standard is falsely reffered to as reverse descrimmination. Many believe that until blacks eradicate the rampant use of this ugly word in their community they will continue to suffer from a type of self inflicted neo slavery, a slavery of the self.
1.How dare you call me nigger, Nigga!
2. Yo Nigga I heard that honky called dat nigga over there a nigger. Lets go beat that cracker up.
Diaspora Irish (American Irish) like De Valera who fought to make Ireland free both in Europe and North America, and was thrown in prison, wrote the Irish constitution, served several terms as head of government and head of state in the Irish Republic, and was heavily involved in the Gaelic Revival that helped save the Irish language. Also like others who funded millions of dollars to the Irish and gave their lives fighting in the IRA during 'The Troubles.' Those who continue today to support politically and financially Ireland and many of its political parties. American Fenians and Diaspora Irish patriots, you know... "fake Irish" from whom we have absolutely nothing to be thankful for and no solidarity with.
"He's not Irish... more like a plastic paddy."
A portmanteau of "offended" and "humanitarian". It describes someone who has made a lifestyle out of finding deep offense in most any situation. Usually offense is found "on behalf" of other people who represent a definable group that the offenditarian themselves are clearly not a part of.
This is usually to make a display of "solidarity", an important word in the lexicon of offenditarians.
There is a strict hierarchy of human value, with handicapable African American lesbian female gendered womyn taking the top spot, and white cysgendered males being "worth" only 1/16th of the former.
The irony of offenditarianism is that if one becomes offended on behalf of someone higher on the value scale, the person higher up can use that to then become offended by the "patronizing," "colonialist" mindset of the offenditarian.
"Why is that girl running down the street and screaming at the ice cream truck?"
"The driver is wearing all white, a trademark outfit of early 20th Century eugenicists."
"Is the ice cream man a eugenicist?"
"No, but the girl is afraid someone might think he is, she is an offenditarian."
Bitter huddys are ex-fans of the American TV series House who are unable to deal with the break-up of the so-called huddy couple (a portmanteau blending the character names House and Cuddy) and the subsequent decision of Lisa Edelstein (the actress who portrayed Cuddy) not to renew her contract and leave the series.more...
Bitter huddys tend to spend their time trolling House fansites to spoil everyone's fun, insult every fan who dares to enjoy the series without Cuddy, send hateful messages to the Twitter accounts of House crew and cast members, and generally display appalling behaviour that is increasingly painful to watch.
Most of their hate is directed at the series star, Hugh Laurie, and seems to be based either on the fact that he didn't release a public statement praising Lisa Edelstein until the begin of the new season, or (and the opinions seem to differ here) the fact that he didn't somehow prevent her leaving altogether. A third opinion seems to be that he should have abandoned the show when she did, in a contract-breaking display of solidarity.
While some bitter huddys eventually turn away from th...