No Superciliousness Allowed

At my house, we get super-silly-ous, and it’s a GOOD thing. But despite the fact that it seemingly says one thing, it means entirely another. I would hope that you might seriously rethink yourself, if you were, in fact, considered supercilious.

“My favorite tattoo artist, Layla, has the most supercilious mother-in-law who refuses to acknowledge Layla’s work as art.”

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