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A highly subjective interpretation of something real, imagined, or interpreted as being demeaning; very often the use of complaint to attack someone while paradoxically assuming both authority and victimhood; the use of complaint as a sociopolitical weapon or vehicle to often unmerited benefit, privilege, or compensation.
Their being offended is deeply and inheirently offensive to me! I demand you recognize my victimhood and give me what I want now!
by esmith512 November 06, 2007
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Commonly used in text messages or social media as a short form for Very Sound Advice.
Mate 1: Hey, I'd be careful risking all that money on one bet. Only risk what you can afford to lose.
Mate 2: Thanks. VSA
by Sexucator February 08, 2021
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Describes a statement politically or ideologically inconvenient, esp. in the judgment of one having no knowledge of the matter at hand. Often used to stifle further discussion or pander to the lowest common denominator. Cf: fair and balanced.
The television special on evolution was cancelled because it might be considered offensive by viewers who feel threatened by science.
by xaonon January 24, 2006
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The act of attacking & destroying an enemy's self esteem; utilizing unconventional remarks, stirring the enemy's emotions making them unable to network an insult measuring to your ego. If done correctly, the enemy will leave in anger to cry or to write about it in their diary, resulting in a successful response: rage quitting.
Bitch "Hey hun, I'm home!"

COD husband "Stfu bitch, hurry and make me a sandwich."

Bitch "That's offensive." *leaves for the kitchen*
by Narphins December 24, 2010
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1. To take a stance or position against a percieved assault.

2. The quality of an attack used against an opponent or enemy during battle.

3. To find an opinion, act, object or situation to be detestable.
1. Arthur took an offensive position to prepare for Uryens' attack.

2. Yuko certainly did put up a good offesive while battling Emperor Magus.

3.Because I often find Fred's political definitions to be offensive, I give all of his definitions a thumbs down even the non-political ones.
by D.Collective April 08, 2007
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1. merely mentioning anything about your "lifestyle and/or preference to women"
2. reading a book for class that has the word gay on the cover(that in no way to sexuality)
3. watching a movie where a girl says she loves another girl in a friend way
4.anything having to do with gay rights
mother: what are you doing?
daughter: reading the advocate in the little corner of my room so as not to offend anyone with my gayness.
mother: your grounded
by ocfangurl March 16, 2005
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