-noun
The act or an example of taking offense to an inert, innocuous statement.
Examples of samerism:

Brett: It sure is rainy today, Sam.
Sam: It's not my fault it's raining!

Brett: I want to read more Paul Krugman editorials before I even consider giving his Bush administration criticisms any gravity.
Sam: Don't call me uninformed!

Brett: If Peter Gammons thinks the White Sox are going to win the World Series, I don't orgasm with joy and consider him the arbiter of baseball estimations.
Sam: I am insulted that you think I like ZiPS merely because it likes Rich Hill!
作者 Brett L 2006年10月21日

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