figurative points awarded to non-asian people by asians when the non-asian’s strangely asian qualities deserve to be recognised. if accepted, these points are a source of pride for the non-asian (not to be confused with azn pride however).
non-asian: aww, i totally failed my math exam! i got a 92!
asian: ha, loser. i got a 98. you still get asian points though, for considering your 92 a failing grade.
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any extra points or credit given to a student just because they happen to be asian
asian kid: uggh i only got a 99 on my test.
non-asain kid: what!? i got the exact same answers as you and i got an 87!
asian kid: yeah the teacher gave me some asian points.
one who b-tt s-xes men. look at that ashbir go on that henry boy!
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a combination of two proper phrases, “as of today,” and “lately,” meaning an event which recently happened or has been happening repeatedly. current indifference to butchered english has made its use more popular than the correct phrases, elevating it to more innocuous than similar travesties “these ones” and “on accident.” red sox relief pitching has […]
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