If the Jets do something annoying, it's annoying. You're being disingenuous. Yes, but are we going to ignore the fact that Burhanistan just made fun of placements in a way that leaves no room for ambiguity about my finishing last in the high school meters trial? You may not agree with the argument, but that doesn't make the people who use it hypocritical. Your email address will not be published. Normal conversations do not contain multiple mentions of the n-word.
And it's pretty striking to me that "mouth-breather" seems to have become popular as an insult just now, when in the last few years "retard" has started to be frowned upon in polite discourse.
Mouth breathing can cause malformation of the maxilla, yet uses 3 times less energy than nasal
IGN Boards. To me, it's not so much that the mouth-breather contingent needs special protection, but that I wish people would stop pretending that making fun of people or deriding them for any personal quality they do not have control over is a part of acceptable discourse. Hey So i've been wondering this for awhile. Okay, typing the above line and this one will probably guarantee I won't get any. Mouth breathing may lead to some serious oral health concerns. It's something individual people who might possibly be Liberals or Conservatives are doing.