It features the humiliation, sexual abuse and degradation of black women. This, in no way, reflects the values of the author. This is a fantasy and the use of such terms are employed solely to facilitate the tale. He saw the changes in his Mom and was becoming increasingly disgusted with her. She had always been a stickler for following the rules and they had fought about that.
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Noreen comments Today I Found Out what those foul smelling, small, white-ish, chunks that you can sometimes feel at the back of your throat when you swallow are. They usually appear as tiny little chunks in the shape of cauliflower and smell like they could wake up your dead grandma. The strong unpleasant odor is caused by a build-up of sulfur-producing bacteria that feeds on the tonsil stones collected in the crypts of the tonsils and is a combination of hydrogen sulfide, methyl mercaptan, and other stinky substances that form in it. Tonsil stones can range from a size of a small peppercorn to a rather large size causing discomfort in the throat and in some cases uncomfortable side effects, including sore throat and ear pain and tonsillitis. It is also believed to be one of the reasons for Halitosis bad breath. Tonsil stones are fairly common in adults and children.
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A literal case of Kick the Dog from Garfield. Cats get a bad rep. While cat and dog owners can cite a truckload of quirks on both ends of the spectrum, when both species are featured in fiction, you are far more likely to find an outright cruel, nasty, and otherwise vicious cat character. Both sets of animals will have vices, but a dog is more likely to do harm unintentionally. A cat enjoys causing trouble.
Jughead from Archie Comics was nicknamed that after his dad lost his money in a scam involving a water bottle company named "PureJug". Despite it originally being derogatory, it's used by his best friends and he doesn't seem to dislike it anymore. Here are a few examples: A Crown of Stars: