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Bitches and Hoes
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Posted 9/4/14
If you are not a friend of mine (by friend I mean close friend) you can not call me those names. I find it disrespectful and inappropriate. Back in my first year of college are girl (who disliked me and I disliked just as much) called me "bitch" as if it was a joke. Let's just say it didn't end well for her.
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I think its wrong to call females by that word. I have heard some males address them that when they are angry or don't like them which tell them not to.

However, I can't stop them and there will be people who will get angry, I think at least use an insulting word for both.
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LOL @ ALL THE RESPONSES
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in b4 the lock .. lol
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33 / F / Sacramento, CA
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I have no problem with anyone saying that as long as they can back up that they are in fact bitches and/or hoes. lol
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22 / F / None ya business.
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Posted 9/4/14
I wouldn't call anyone a b**** unless they absolutely deserved it. I only jokingly call my very closest friend a hoe (mostly only as a Tiny Tina reference).

As for guys who do it... There is just...so very much wrong with them. On so many levels. I avoid people who think like that. They tend not to be the brightest crayons in the box anyway.
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23 / M / Canada
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Posted 9/4/14 , edited 9/4/14
There is only one man alive who is allowed to use this word.
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Posted 9/5/14

Sogno- wrote:


&
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This wins the thread.


HandTye wrote:

I have literally never heard someone in the flesh use "bitch" or "hoe" as a casual name for women. I've seen/heard people call others a bitch, because they feel the persons actions justify it. But, yeah, I guess the people I'm around aren't with it and don't speak that cool young people jive.


Yea, I've never seen this either. I'm not hip and, frankly, if this is hip - don't want to be.
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Posted 9/5/14
It's fine between friends IMO, if everyone has a similar sense of humor, but if not and you're calling people either of those words, it's way inappropriate. Just be respectful, yo.

Posted 9/6/14 , edited 9/6/14
Pretty sure people love their dogs/pets more than they love humans.


AiYumega wrote:

And I was like...




Bitchhhhhhhh


loooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool


Gyava wrote:

LOL @ ALL THE RESPONSES


lol +1
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Posted 9/6/14
I can't even call someone that. Even if I don't particularly like them I find it rude and unessisary to refer to someone as that. I would only call someone that if they are horrible people and realistically deserve to have that title.
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24 / F / New Hampshire
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Posted 9/6/14
Outside of joking around I think it's highly disrespectful and really shouldn't be a thing. It's downright degrading actually.
Now if you're joking around with a close pal and you use either or both of those words towards them I don't really care. Everyone's sense of humor is different and if you're not hurting your friend it should be fine.
Posted 9/6/14 , edited 9/6/14
Well, that was very nicely quoted out. Must be a regular lol
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21 / M / Montréal
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Posted 9/6/14
Bitches are dogs for me not women
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Posted 9/7/14
Women: "Men are pigs."

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