By thefatnurse - 13/11/2014 02:48 - United States - Roswell
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He's the one in the mental institution. Just ignore his derogatory comment.
27 - actually i disagree, if use correctly it implies that the person saying it is just being honest, rather than saying it to be hurtful. like "no offence, but you are overweight" vs "haha your so fat". so although offence is taken either way, you take MORE offence when the intention is to offend.
(timed out after i posted) remember i say "if used correctly". i mean that it makes a big differnce the situation its used, just because you say "no offence" before something rude doesnt mean you arnt being rude and intentionally offensive. like, if it is your doctor telling you youre overweight vs a person you dont like.