My expletives are better than yours!
Yup, I truly suspect they are. Some expletives encourage a downward spiral of despondency to the pit where we see one negative event as “personal, persistent, and pervasive”.
Others say it like it as, but help us swoop upwards away. We don’t leave the irritating behind. We encourage them to play with this but on more equal terms.
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