I started to giggle the other day when someone said that "Micro aggression add up". I just thought "yeah but you need a fucvkton of them to make an aggression ( a million of them to be precise)",
I then thought; Could we quantify how much pain one would induce.
In order to answer that one we really need to be able to quantify the force or indeed the damage a whole aggression would cause. To do that we need to know what an aggression is.
An average black belts short range power punch is apparently about 170lbs now that's a bit much I think, so lets make things nice and easy, and call an average punch 100lbs.
So what would a micro punch be? Well if this were metric it would be easy.. But it's not so lets roll with it. A micro punch would be 100 / 1000000 which is 0.00001lb or 0.00016oz.
I then looked for something of equivalent weight. Oddly enough there is such a thing; a grain of sand.
So a micro aggression is about the equivalent of a grain of sand resting on you for about 0.1 seconds.
Something to be offended by?
Should the offended change the name to a milli aggression?
This is an exercise in stupidity, and means nothing at all.
Perhaps this absurdity made you chuckle.
I will end this with a microwave o<-- IN the circle is me waving good bye.