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Thundra:
I heard what I think is a new euphemism yesterday and I was wondering if anyone else has heard this before?

I heard two 20-somethings conversing at work, and one used the phrase, "dead-end" as a euphemism for a post-op woman.

That is a new one to me?

Anyone else ever heard THAT one?

stephanie_craxford:
Hey there Thundra,

Can't say that I've heard of that one.  Was it used in a derogatory way, as it sounds like it is mean't to be

Chat later

Steph

Thundra:
Ummmm, yeah, based on the hand motions she used to demonstrate to her friend, and the derisive laughing that followed, I would say that, yeah, it was meant to be insulting.

Not to mention that the very phrase, in referring to a "dead end" in regarding a post-op anatomy is probably the most mean-spirited comment I've ever heard used.

harbour:
it does sound rather cruel, only one option left, you will have to shave their heads  ;D

Kimberly:
Understanding is generally of more value than revenge.

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