Pothole Pete proves child abuse comes in many forms

stiggy wiggy

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That definition proves you wrong, since a phobia is defined as a fear or aversion. You were and are 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.

Yakuda

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SSM is legal, and same sex couples can adopt or opt for artificial insemination to start their own families.
The legality of SSM will not be overturned, so the laugh is on you.
Its legal but not healthy.

You uttered the same drivel about abortion but Texas is proving you wrong

Electric Skeptic

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

phobia: n an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something
That definition proves you wrong, since a phobia is defined as a fear or aversion. You were and are wrong.

stiggy wiggy

Well-known member
That definition proves you wrong, since a phobia is defined as a fear or aversion. You were and are 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

Electric Skeptic

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

phobia: n an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something
The definition you posted shows you to be wrong as it defines phobia as a fear or aversion.

Whateverman

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The definition you posted shows you to be wrong as it defines phobia as a fear or aversion.

When it's not in a tap shoe, his mouth is where it lives. You're asking him to be someone other than he is...

Whateverman

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

We avert ourselves from that which we fear.
That's not what your definition says.

Electric Skeptic

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That's not what your definition says.

It's one of his 'tactics'. He just keeps repeating the same falsehood, no matter what is posted to point out its falsehood.

stiggy wiggy

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The definition you posted shows you to be wrong as it defines phobia as a fear or aversion.

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.

Electric Skeptic

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

phobia: n an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something
The definition you posted shows you to be wrong as it defines phobia as a fear or aversion.

stiggy wiggy

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When it's not in a tap shoe, his mouth is where it lives.

No way. My foot would taste like his butt.

stiggy wiggy

Well-known member
The definition you posted shows you to be wrong as it defines phobia as a fear or aversion.

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 mean the one that's been kicking your butt?

Whateverman

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No way. My foot would taste like his butt.
The vibrant fantasy world you live in is accurately-and-fairly represented by your current avatar.

stiggy wiggy

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The vibrant fantasy world you live in is accurately-and-fairly represented by your current avatar.

Wrong! I don't live in the millennium. Hell, I can't even get my cat to lie down with my dog.

Whateverman

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The vibrant fantasy world you live in is accurately-and-fairly represented by your current avatar.
Wrong!
No, I'm right: you live in a fantasy world which is accurately and fairly represented by your avatar here.

stiggy wiggy

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No, I'm right: you live in a fantasy world which is accurately and fairly represented by your avatar here.

WRONG! I will die before the millennium occurs. I can't even get my Maine Coon cat to lie down with my blue tick hound, much less a lion with a lamb.

But at least they don't fight.

Electric Skeptic

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

phobia: n an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something
The definition you posted shows you to be wrong as it defines phobia as a fear or aversion.

stiggy wiggy

Well-known member
The definition you posted shows you to be wrong as it defines phobia as a fear or aversion.

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.

I CAN'T put it in my mouth. I would have to disinfect it first, since it kicked your butt.

Electric Skeptic

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

phobia: n an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something
The definition you posted shows you to be wrong as it defines phobia as a fear or aversion.

stiggy wiggy

Well-known member
The definition you posted shows you to be wrong as it defines phobia as a fear or aversion.

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.