Saying “no offense” before/after making an offensive statement is as effective as saying “no homo” before/after gay sex

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No offense but no homo.

_p00f_

So… it’s effective

TazmaniannDevil

What if you say “No offence” before sex?

ClaustrophobicSting

So you are saying it is extremely effective? Damn I always thought it made you an ass. Thanks for clarifying this for me.

CarltheWellEndowed

I would argue the “no offense” modifier would depend on the context. If it’s just thrown in before saying something extremely offensive with the intent of being offensive, then yes, I absolutely agree with you. However, if it’s put before a statement that may come across as offensive, but is intended to help (like correcting a co-worker in something they aren’t doing correctly, or improper wordage in company emails, etc), then I would disagree with you.

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