“It may seem kind of spastic” — really?
Leon Johnson

apologies, I was referring to the dictionary definition of spastic: “relating to or affected by muscle spasm”. In other words, the feeling evoked is similar to a muscle spasm in that it’s uncontrollable, random, and twitchy. I understand it has an alternate definition in relation to people, but terminology is not offensive on it’s own if used correctly. For example the term “retard” in the sentence “The chemical will retard the spread of fire”

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