1. a feeling of extreme anger because of something that is perceived as bad, hurtful, or morally wrong but when viewed in a rational context is really harmless, benign and insignificant.
2. a combination of the words false and outrage used to describe unjustified anger or resentment over a petty issue.
– starbucks received much negative criticism towards their minimalist redesign of the 2016 holiday cups. for those in the real world, the vitriol that ensued was nothing more than foutrage over a coffee cup.
-fox news’ annual portrayal of “the war on christmas” is spun as a threat to christianity but in reality it is merely manufactured foutrage for the purpose of delegitimizing anything that conflicts with their conservative agenda.
origin: american english, from combining false- (fake, not true), outrage- (anger).
first use: 21st century
- blue choker
a choker is a necklace that is tight around the neck, a blue choker means sadness or depression. when someone (usually female) wears a choker (of any colour) they like the style meaning the emo culture -but that is unrelated to this- “why are you wearing a blue choker?” “because i am sad . . […]
suck on my d-ck and die “hey jimmy you’re looking extra ugly today” “somdad rick”
- cosa fai
what’s up? italian speaking slang for “what are you up to”? cosa fai giovanni?
if you’re a spaniard, you are both hispanic and european. you don’t want to be confused so we combined it into hispean. jacobo pastor is from spain, so his race is hispean.