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List of Banned Words and Phrases Revealed From Epstein’s “House Manual”


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Can this guy get any creepier?

The cringe factor was already off the charts and this certainly doesn’t help.

Can you image being so perverted, so “elite”, so self-centered, that you had to create a “House Manual” for the slaves errrrrrrrr I mean “servants” working in your house to tell them what words and phrases they could and couldn’t say to you?

And what they could and couldn’t do around you?

Man this guy was one sick fucker!  (and yes, I mean that in all the ways in which you can read that sentence)

What a perverted waste of human flesh….

Check this out:

These two are some of the worst humans to ever walk the face of the Earth, don’t you think?

Business Insider had the full report that you can read here, and below is a snippet:

Epstein’s longtime housekeeper, Juan Alessi, interpreted the strict household guidelines as “a kind of warning that I was supposed to be blind, deaf, and dumb,” according to his testimony at Maxwell’s trial on Thursday, Insider reported.

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“Remember that you see nothing, hear nothing, say nothing, except to answer any question directed toward you,” Alessi read from the manual during his testimony.

Banned words and phrases in the 58-page manual that workers in the house were forbidden from using include:

“Yeah”
“Sure”
“No problem”
“You bet”
“Gotcha”
“Right”
“I dunno”

Instead, workers were encouraged to say things like “my pleasure,” “I would be very pleased to,” and “You are quite right.”

“What you say is as important as what you do,” the manual reads. “Your language must include good diction and exclude swear words and slang. Pay attention to how you speak to Mr Epstein, Ms Maxwell and their guests.”

Other directions in the manual include what to say when entering a room, how to respond to a compliment or criticism, and how to answer the telephone. Workers were not allowed to eat or drink in front of Epstein and Maxwell and were reminded to smile at all times, and avoid direct eye contact, according to the manual.



 

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