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By  cassiecassie559  |  30

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  Garrison21  |  30

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  creedfish  |  30

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  Axipiter  |  30

I'm probably just being a shit disturber by saying this, but nowadays it's perfectly acceptable for men to have a fiancé... So I'm just going to assume that's what's meant whenever I see that.

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  DocBastard  |  30

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  Axipiter  |  30

I apologize for replying to this threadjack. I just noticed myself that OP is female. Still, it's perfectly acceptable for a female to have a fiancée. I was just trying to correct any misjudgements that were being made.

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Just because the public becomes so lazy that they stop using words properly, doesn't make it "acceptable" to those intelligent enough to know the difference.. It makes those who accept it part of the problem. It's not a big deal now, but little things are what lead to everyone just... getting dumber.

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  Ilmoran  |  30

108, it being acceptable has nothing to do with being lazy. If two women are getting married to each other, are you going to call one the fiancé and the other the fiancée?

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  Ilmoran  |  30

No, her fiancée is a woman. Fiancée refers to a woman who is getting married, not who a man is marrying. So for two women getting married, they are both fiancées.

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  evan4guitar  |  38

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My cousin is only two years younger than me, but I want to duct tape the shit out of her. She shortens like every word. I can barely understand her when she's talking. She seemed astounded that I didn't know what the hell she was talking about. But I don't use "cray", "presh", etc in my everyday vernacular.

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  reneetlovesyou  |  41

From what I understand, it came from a commercial (but don't quote me on that because I don't want TV). My friend says it throughout class all the time. It's just a word to rhyme with totes (totally). Like "silly willy".

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"Slang for totally, used between full grown men in a bro-mantic relationship, to convey their excitement to a suggestion. Made popular by Paul Rudd's character in I Love You, Man. Sydney: Dude, we should rock out sometime. Peter: Totally.... totes my goats. Guy 1: let's go downtown and pick up some hot chicks! Guy 2: Totes my goats!" -Courtesy of SuperBab on Urban Dictionary

By  NicH1799  |  28

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  reneetlovesyou  |  28

Insanity is to do the same thing repeatedly and expect different results. OP's fiancée is just going through an annoying phase like everyone does where they think what they're saying is so clever or hilarious. It'll pass soon enough.

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  eyesak  |  28

That is not the definition of insanity 1. the condition of being insane; a derangement of the mind. 2. such unsoundness of mind as frees one from legal responsibility, as for committing a crime, or as signals one's lack of legal capacity, as for entering into a contractual agreement. 3. (formerly) psychosis.

By  hulopro  |  25

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  zBLAKEz  |  25

Why do people thumb someone down just for correcting the gender when someone gets it wrong? I don't think the person is correcting them to be an ass. I really think they're just letting them know.

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  LuckBeNimble  |  25

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  pwnman  |  30

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By  juliette3219  |  19

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