The word 'cuck
' refers to 'cuckold' which means the husband of an adulteress.
The brief but official-looking statement, stamped with the FFC's seal and hosted on the commission's website (https://twitter.com/h3apspray/status/903044975813771264) read , "Dear American citizenry, we're sorry Ajit Pai is such a filthy spineless cuck
. Sincerely, the FCC."
Relationships inform our identity, and a link can be drawn from our culture's sexual pathologies into tribalism and political instability (for instance in the alt-right's adoption of the word "cuck
The BuzzFeed article explored such aspects of alt-right culture as the Pepe the Frog character and the emergence of the resonant term "cuckservative." With its etymological links to "cuckold" and "cuckoo bird," "cuck
" was a term for that kind of establishment conservative who, wittingly or not, devotes his resources and energy to nurturing other people's children at the expense of his own.
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and-er = schwa)
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Win writes, "And so the cuck
swears, she will pin the dish-clout to mistress's tail." Mary expresses it thus: "I would rather than a Quart of Ale, / He would come into our Kitchin, and I would pin a Dishclout to his Tail" (32-33).
Chris Sununu himself, called the "top cuck
," a neo-Nazi insult indicating weakness when it comes to fighting liberals and minorities.