Why do we need to take the word ‘stupid’ out of the word “dumb”?

This week, I wrote a piece about why I’m so fed up with the phrase “stupid” in reference to sports and sports fans.

It’s one of the most popular words on Twitter, with more than a million tweets.

It can be used to dismiss people or to refer to something inanimate or meaningless.

But as I mentioned in the piece, this is one of those words that people say so often, and the more they say it, the more people think it.

So I figured it was worth a look at why it’s been so prevalent on Twitter.

“Stupid” is a loaded word.

It refers to people who are stupid.

This is an especially bad word for people of color.

“I hate you, I hate you!” is also a common one, and it comes from the same root.

People say “I love you, you love me, you are stupid” to people of all races.

That’s not a bad thing.

When you think of someone as a person, you’re more likely to say “you’re stupid” when you think about yourself.

But you also may not say “You’re stupid because you’re black,” or “You hate me because I’m black,” and that’s a bad word.

If we can’t stop using “stupid” as a catch-all term, then we need a different one.

We need to start using “dumbing down” and “decoupling” in order to remove the “stuck-up” and the “crap-suckers.”

I think “dividing” and other similar words could also be helpful.

So what do you think?

Do you agree with my article?

How would you use this new word?

Let me know in the comments below.