Time to go back to sleep and dream of rainbows of gaiety!

Just when you thought that we possibly could have reached maximum silliness? Someone comes along and ‘move the goalposts’ further away and confirms that there is an endless amount of ineptitude available to ruin even the most important aspect of any and all societies. – Just Me

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I think I have noticed a problem with humans?

It ain’t Breastmilk! (You stinking barbarian); It’s Chestmilk! and or better yet, ‘Humanmilk!’

The worse any crises gets, such as Covid-19 and such, the more we do things that mean nothing in the scheme of life. Well nothing but mess up reality and make reality insanity! Does anyone in the medical field have so much time on their hands that they can be writing rules to appease the minority of humans?

It ain’t Breastmilk! (You stinking barbarian); It’s Chestmilk! and or better yet, ‘Humanmilk!’

So the British NHS whom seems to have so much time on their hands, due to nothing to do during this pandemic….is trying to become more, WOKE!…

When are we going to ‘wake up’ from ‘the woke’?

Time to go back to sleep and dream of rainbows of gaiety!

WtR

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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One thought on “Time to go back to sleep and dream of rainbows of gaiety!

  1. I have believed for some time that the creation of ‘gender-neutral’ pronouns, to say nothing of new genders themselves, within the Anglosphere/Five Eyes has something to do with the lack of grammatical gender in English, whereas the presence of grammatical gender in Russian (masculine and feminine nouns and adjectives) reinforces the male-female binary order that has served us well until recently – any newly-invented genders are mere offshoots of the two already-existing ones.
    Then again, I can’t imagine China succumbing to this ‘non-binary’ nonsense even though Mandarin also doesn’t have grammatical gender (at least not to the point that Russian does). I don’t know about the situations in France, Germany, Italy or Japan (the first three’s official languages have grammatical gender, and the last one isn’t known for political correctness).
    What are your thoughts?

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