Any time the term "valid" is used unironically to describe a person, group of people,TV show, etc.
Working at a grocery store, I have the pleasure of hearing both these phrases ad nauseum eight hours a day, five days a week through the PA's that play through the intercom constantly reminding people to wash their hands, wear a mask, ect.'Social Distancing' - the fuck? That is such an oxymoron of a phrase it actually makes me want to bounce heads off pavements whenever I hear it
'We are all in this together' - ahahahaha ok if you say so - some far more than others
"Boomer" and "Karen." They're both fired off by intellectually-bankrupt individuals who automatically dismiss arguments based on who's making them, and it sounds so annoying to hear them constantly repeat them like a retarded budgerigar who thinks they're the smartest fucker on Planet Earth. The use of the word "Karen" as a derogatory term particularly pisses me off because I have a relative named Karen.
That sounds awful, honestly - I'd have lost my shit by now and no mistakeWorking at a grocery store, I have the pleasure of hearing both these phrases ad nauseum eight hours a day, five days a week through the PA's that play through the intercom constantly reminding people to wash their hands, wear a mask, ect.
One phrase to me was particularly soul crushing. "Eliminate all physical contact, such as handshakes and hugs. For now, let's just smile at each other!" Like, not postpone or refrain, or some other neutral word for it. Eliminate.
They play so often that sometimes they overlap each other. Couple that with having to wear a mask and constantly be around nothing but people wearing masks and sometimes it's almost too much for me.
I'm just grateful I'm being paid pretty well and I'm working with really good people.
Well now they're phasing out "equality" in favor of "equity" because the people demanding special rights, special treatment, and free shit are done even pretending they just want to be seen as equal and now openly want to just stomp all over everyone normal with impunity.The term "equality."
Two noun phrases are equal if their referents are identical. In other words, X = Y means that X and Y are two different ways of writing the same thing.
"2 + 2" and "4" are equal.
"George Washington" and "The first president of the United States" are equal.
However, no person is equal to any other person.
There is a related notion, Equivalence, that is used to describe things that are not identical but the same in some sense. For example, we might say that two people with the same net worth are "wealth-equivalent." But there are an infinite number of such relations, most are contradictory and none is canonical. Hiding which one you're talking about by calling it "equality" is dishonest and reduces everything you say to empty rhetoric.