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A Shifty World that Needs Spunk

English blog with a few untoward words used by the British public to get their point across while expressing annoyance towards others.

The world is full of wankers whether you like it or not, from people who make too much noise to those who abuse others. Whichever way you turn they are readily causing strife, insidiously undermining, and abusing their position.


There is no purpose in flogging a dead horse. Ignore it, turn the page, and be true to yourself. You are more than this. You have the charisma to overcome fools by ignoring their intellectual ignorance.

These are people who have no morale viewpoint on others suffering. They are ignorant fools who aspire to ripping others off in order to get what they want. They are nonconformist sick specimens while ruthless, low level, and uncouth self-centered idiots God created to teach scholars self-worth.


Everything we encounter teaches us a lesson. From basic a, b, c to x, y, z we are creatures destined to learn from others whilst creating our destiny based on desire.


Have a great day!

Prof. Carl Boniface


Vocabulary builder:

Shifty (adj) = suspicious, dubious, dishonest, untrustworthy, devious, (ant) straight

Spunk (n) pluck, spirit, toughness, determination, nerve, courage, bravery, boldness, bottle, guts, (ant) cowardice. In British slang it means semen.

Wankers (n) = vulgar British slang used for people who don’t follow the rules, those who think they are better than the rest, and one’s without morals. Used as a derogatory term to say someone is an idiot.

Strife (n) = trouble, conflict, discord, friction, rivalry, (ant) harmony

Insidious (adj) = sinister, treacherous, sneaky, crafty, deceptive, (ant) harmless. Insidiously (adv) = in a gradual, subtle way, but with harmful effects. "Anxiety insidiously infiltrates your thoughts and behavior."

Undermining (n) = 1. the action or process of lessening the effectiveness, power, or ability of someone or something, especially gradually or insidiously. "The greatest threat of all is the undermining of our Constitution." (adj) = "The last straw was an undermining comment questioning my skills"

Ripping (v) = to take advantage of another, sucking the blood from another person, grabbing or pulling from others everything they have to offer.

Flogging a dead horse (idiom) = 1. to keep talking about a subject that has already been discussed or decided. “I don't mean to flog a dead horse, but I still don't understand what happened.” 2. to waste time and effort trying to do something that is impossible.

Uncouth (adj) = uncivilized, bad-mannered, foulmouthed, vulgar, coarse, improper, impolite, crude

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