Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) is a made up condition, conceived as a derisive label by the alt-right to attack anyone who criticizes or refuses to support Donald Trump. The idea being the left is so obsessed with Trump they have collectively lost their minds. Unfortunately like many of their other little online crusades, this has backfired. People dislike Trump for actual reasons which often go well beyond just politics or partisanship, and if anyone has Trump derangement syndrome it's those on the right that blindly support him. They have lost their sense of morality, religious convictions, principles, objectivity, all discernment, and even the ability to have a civil discussion or reason. So the term has now been co-opted by others to refer to Trump supporters who are blinded by their unrealistic devotion to Trump.
Dude!!! what's up with that guy wearing the MAGA hat.
Stay away away from him! He's a total looser, a Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) nutcase. No life, starving for attention, just ignore him and eventually he'll go away.
The bad threesome.
In heterosexual jock culture in the 70s and 80s there were two kinds of threesomes. The good threesome involving two women and one guy where all partners are willing, and the bad threesome which involves two guys and one women (usually intoxicated) A guy with two women was considered a stud or player, two guys and a drunk girl not so much. So one penis was considered good (angels) threesome, two penises like the two horns of the devil were bad. This was a very common phrase back in the day, but the term has since been taken up by the swinger subculture, which still use the Devil's threesome and Angels's threesome vernacular.
Hey Man you ever had a threesome?
Yeah, but just the devils triangle.
Are you talking about the good kind of threesome or bad one?
One I'm fine with, the other not so much.
Bad.... but it was OK. Just don't look in the other dudes eyes, and if your second no foreplay.
An act committed by someone who supports Donald Trump, which would be called ‘Terrorism’ if committed by anyone else.”
Speaking at the White House, moments after police in Florida arrested an ardent Trump supporter as a suspect in the bombing plot, Trump said:
“These terrorizing acts have no place in our country."
Followed by: “Republicans are doing so well in early voting, and at the polls, and now this “Bomb” stuff "
happens and the momentum greatly slows..” Trump said. “Very unfortunate, what is going on. "