3. PRIVILEGE U


Welcome the the newest collection from Nicknickers. "Privilege U"

We have to be able to understand ourselves before we can understand each other.

We are all privileged to be alive. 

Live. Laugh. Love.  

Ironic. Idiotic. Iconic.

Nicknickers.

You will never be the same.

privilege |ˈpriv(ə)lij|
noun
a special right, advantage, or immunity granted or available only to a particular person or group of people: education is a right, not a privilege | he has been accustomed all his life to wealth and privilege.
• something regarded as a rare opportunity and bringing particular pleasure: I have the privilege of awarding you this scholarship.
• (also absolute privilege)(in a parliamentary context) the right to say or write something without the risk of incurring punishment or legal action for defamation.
• the right of a lawyer or official to refuse to divulge confidential information.
• chiefly historical a grant to an individual, corporation, or place of special rights or immunities, especially in the form of a franchise or monopoly.

verb [ with obj. ] formal
grant a privilege or privileges to: English inheritance law privileged the eldest son.
• (usu. be privileged from) exempt (someone) from a liability or obligation to which others are subject.
ORIGIN
Middle English: via Old French from Latin privilegium ‘bill or law affecting an individual,’ from privus ‘private’ + lex, leg- ‘law.’

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