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stiggy wiggy

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phobia: n an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something


Google the word: Here are the first four listed. I got tired of looking for "aversion."

CITE YOUR SOURCE!




 

vibise

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I am OK with dingy leftists thinking everyone is a homey phobe.

It makes them feel better, like they are doing the work of God or something.

So, which one is the momma?
Do you think asking "which one is the momma" is absolutely not something that a "homey phobe" would say?
 

Electric Skeptic

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Google the word: Here are the first four listed. I got tired of looking for "aversion."

CITE YOUR SOURCE!




Oh, now a dictionary definition isn't good enough for you? That's funny, since you quoted the dictionary definition in your own post #21. In fact, you quoted the exact same definition I quoted - you just highlighted the word 'fear' as if it was the only definition. It's not, as your own post proved and as I indicated when I highlighted the other definition.

Nice try. You lose.
 

stiggy wiggy

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Oh, now a dictionary definition isn't good enough for you? That's funny, since you quoted the dictionary definition in your own post #21. In fact, you quoted the exact same definition I quoted - you just highlighted the word 'fear' as if it was the only definition. It's not, as your own post proved and as I indicated when I highlighted the other definition.

Nice try. You lose.

Nope, YOU lose and lose big time, pal. Still no citation from you.
 

stiggy wiggy

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You quoted the definition that shows you are wrong.

Nope, I quoted a definition that proves YOU wrong. Wanna see it again:

phobia: n an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something

We avert ourselves from that which we fear.

Not only that, I also presented you with the top four google listed definitions, which all define it EXCLUSIVELY as a fear.

And for a bonus, I gave you the Greek derivation, which means fear.

You have been thoroughly trounced here.
 

vibise

Well-known member
Nope, I quoted a definition that proves YOU wrong. Wanna see it again:

phobia: n an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something

We avert ourselves from that which we fear.

Not only that, I also presented you with the top four google listed definitions, which all define it EXCLUSIVELY as a fear.

And for a bonus, I gave you the Greek derivation, which means fear.

You have been thoroughly trounced here.
You can complain about definitions from here to kingdom come, but the fact is that you started a thread by making fun of a new father taking paternity leave to spend time with his new adopted children. That he is gay seemed to be the main issue.
 

Electric Skeptic

Well-known member
Nope, I quoted a definition that proves YOU wrong. Wanna see it again:

phobia: n an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something

We avert ourselves from that which we fear.
Aversion does not mean - or imply - fear. The definition you posted proves you wrong. Take your foot out of your mouth.
 

stiggy wiggy

Well-known member
Aversion does not mean - or imply - fear.

We avert ourselves from that which we fear.

I quoted a definition that proves YOU wrong. Wanna see it again:

phobia: n an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something

Not only that, I also presented you with the top four google listed definitions, which all define it EXCLUSIVELY as a fear.

And for a bonus, I gave you the Greek derivation, which means fear.

You have been thoroughly trounced here.

Take your foot out of your mouth.

After rhetorically kicking your butt with it, no way I'd put it in my mouth.
 

stiggy wiggy

Well-known member
Your own definition - which you quote above - shows you to be wrong.

I quoted a definition that proves YOU wrong. Wanna see it again:

phobia: n an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something

We avert ourselves from that which we fear.

Not only that, I also presented you with the top four google listed definitions, which all define it EXCLUSIVELY as a fear.

And for a bonus, I gave you the Greek derivation, which means fear.

You have been thoroughly trounced here.
 
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