More concise. Nicely done!
It’s a “wiki topic,” so we can all directly edit the list at the top
Ok, I see. I think what’s up there does the job.
I am glad that you made the request! I never had the opportunity to figure out how the wiki function worked and did not understand that the wiki was actually in a thread. I was always looking for something in the hamburger menu and not finding it!
But it was right there, between Big Mac and Quarter Pounder!
I can only afford the value menu
Ma’am, this is a Wendy’s.
Added RWNJ - Right Wing Nut Job
Added NFT and GQP
I’m very much opposed to any form of trivialising of the concentration camps. While Kapo has been and is re-used as a strong insult, I feel we owe it to each and every person who suffered in the camps to consider possible ramifications of the terms usage every single time we are tempted to use it. I also feel that including it in the list above encourages the use of the word, maybe bypassing said considerations.
Would you guys consider a removal?
This topic is a wiki and can be edited by everyone, including yourself. Terms here have been edited in the past.
That being said, the term is used on the BB, and the intent of the topic is to act as a glossary of used terms. In some cases there are links to discussions of such terms which have themselves become quite testy at times.
Perhaps establishing a discussion topic for the term can be started, which can be linked to here?
ETA: Discussion link
My intention was not to promote the term but to understand its usage on this site. As @NukeML indicates, its inclusion in the wiki hopefully serves that purpose for other readers.
But your concern that increased usage of the term may trivialize its original associations is noted.
A link to the Wikipedia article is provided for historical context. It’s an apt term for that which is described, although I’m sure we’re all open to hearing alternative terms for these scumbags.
I saw CU go by a few days ago (I think in the context of a person being a “cu”) and meant to ask what that is (because a web search on “cu” wasn’t too useful).
Maybe it was an English police officer?
If it is in the post I am thinking of I believe the poster was alluding to another word and leaving out the two last letters
Don’t even try using that word here, regardless of how good of a fit you feel it may be.