There is much wisdom in this rant

I’ve never seen this blog before, but somebody sent me a link. That there is a fine rant about dumb female stuff from a female’s perspective.

http://krissyaguilar.blogspot.com/2012/05/im-femaleand-i-still-dont-understand.html

7 Responses

  1. That’s pretty funny. And it’s something a lot of women have thought. Not the loudest women, but a lot of us.

    Every time I see a woman wearing a cleavage revealing top I have to bite my tongue to keep from really enthusiastically saying, “nice tits!” Being a woman I could probably get away with it.

  2. Unbelievable post! Read it if you haven’t already. And, being a woman, she will not get a tenth of the hate email I got for a humor post on the same subject.

    http://bittermac.com/cleavage-is-like-kryptonite/

  3. Oh, so true.
    My girlfriend told her sister-in-law if you wanted somebody that was caring, sensitive to your needs, understood your moods and desires, treated you with respect and total selflessness, “you should have married a WOMAN.”
    My girlfriend is one damn smart woman, and she smart enough to not marry me. :-)

  4. Eh, the rant was ok, but I really could do without it sounding like an Oliver F’ing Stone script…Continual repetitive swearing indicates to me a lack of imagination.

    • Agreed. She made some great points, but I could’ve done with quite a bit less cussing. I’m not a fan of vulgarity in general, but you know… it happens with some folks, so I just deal with it when it happens, but still… that was over the top.

      Despite that, great points on her part.

      Oh, and bittermac, I was in parts horrified and then falling out of my chair laughing at your “Hands off the “Lady bits”” post… you can take a guess as to when the transition happened. ;)

      • I like a woman that can swear properly.
        It takes a great deal of imagination do swear well.
        Any idiot can drop an Fbomb or string them together. but it takes creativity to string other swear words and weave them into a cohearant insult.

  5. For years I had, and frequently wore, and button that read “If you don’t want me to stare at them, don’t print on them.”

    I’ll have to see if I can find it.

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