When my brother Miles compiled this list, the words "crazy" and "ghetto" were still on the market.
He has since learned from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln that the former trivializes mental illness and the latter makes black people feel bad about their neighborhoods.
He would like to take a moment to publicly apologize for leaving those words out.
In short -- sorry, in a "not long" version of events -- it is important you do not use any word that anyone may find offensive not matter how crazy or ghetto that person is. Wait, sorry, no matter who that person is. Criminals are "someone who stole your bike" and a "Sir" is "The head of the search committee" or something like that.
The rules may be confusing to you, which is why you need to be constantly checking in with Miles and his crew (gang? posse? organization?) to learn how to speak. Once we master that we can focus on what really matters: how to think.
So, without further to do, we present to you, 30 words and phrases that are simply wrong (if it's any constellation, we make mistakes too).
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