Schadenfreude - I love to say I told you so
Updated: Apr 10, 2020
I park behind this fool every day in our assigned parking spots. Every day I have to look at this stupid 'Proud Democrat' sticker on his bumper. Yesterday, I noticed that it now looks like this. I am guessing he did this. I am dying to ask him if he did, but if he didn't, I don't want him to think that I did it. But every day I look at this and shake my head. I want to ask him:
"Did you do that? Did you finally see the light? Well, it is too late now..." After you help them to advance their narrative (The Democrat Party, that is), for the final act they take away your rights as well. Your finances, your livelihood, everything that you hoped would destroy the Trump economy has also affected you, stupid. Are you happy now?
From the Google, which is becoming less and less effective at returning relevant or substantive search results:
noun. Schadenfreude is defined as feeling happy when something goes wrong for someone. An example of schadenfreude is smiling when you find out that your ex-boyfriend's house burnt down.
This is what I am talking about - 'Burned' is the usual past tense of 'burn', but 'burnt' is common in many contexts when the past participle is used as an adjective ("burnt toast"). Both are acceptable forms. So why choose the less common form? It is not better. Change is the best friend of the Left. Think this is petty? This is how they do it - one word at a time until you open your eyes one day and don't recognize where you are or how you arrived there.
Communication in all forms is being grossly distorted with the constant molestation of language and refusal to assimilate to any set standard what so ever.