Nice. I guess that's about as accurate as saying all liberals are "anything goes" atheists who feel that marriage and family are useless institutions that drag on society. Which is not true of course...most maybe but certainly not all.
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I prefer Creamy Jif, so that's really not necessarily saying anything. ;)
Ooh, I know these!
Riposte is when you post something that has already been posted before. Duh!
And proselytizing is when you perform tasks with fake appendages. "Oscar Pistorius proselytized his way around the track in London on his way to a historic finish." (Prior to his becoming a paranoid homicidal maniac, that is)
What do I win???
You're right - there was nothing particularly sharp, or quick, or witty, about your post:
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
ri•posterɪˈpoʊst(n.; v.)-post•ed, -post•ing.
- (n.)a quick, sharp return in speech or action:
a clever riposte.
- Fencing. a quick thrust given after parrying a lunge.
- (v.i.)to make a riposte.
- to reply or retaliate.
- rejoinder, retort, return, riposte, replication, comeback, counter(noun)
a quick reply to a question or remark (especially a witty or critical one)
"it brought a sharp rejoinder from the teacher"
(fencing) a counterattack made immediately after successfully parrying the opponents lunge
make a return thrust
"his opponent riposted"
- retort, come back, repay, return, riposte, rejoin(verb)
a thrust given in return after parrying an attack.
a quick and usually witty response to a taunt, a retort
an answer or reply, rapidly uttered, in response to a question or problem
to attempt to hit an opponent after parrying an attack.
to respond quickly; particularly if the response is humorous.
Origin: From French riposte, taken from Italian risposta, a derivative of the verb rispondere, "to respond".