HateTank18 wrote:All their firey feminist rage goes away when they need a jar opened.
MonotoneKO wrote:The part that made my jaw drop and piss me off was when the crazy cunt was kicking that guys head with her foot on a subway. That was totally shameful what she did and someone should have shoved her against a wall and called the police.
The part that got me laughing was when the fat girl said to the guy "Why don't you act like a 'MAN'?!" Then it looks like he thinks about it, and punches her ROFL! That was a good laugh.
The part that made me feel sorry for the guy was when the Kardashians were blasting degrading and demeaning profanities and remarks at their brother for getting a tattoo and being without a job. That isn't support. Women are supposed to support, not to "try" and be the "man" of the house because all they do is punish with their feelings without a proper direction for them to follow. I was feeling bad for the guy.
All in all, I liked the videos in its entirety. It made me laugh. It made me cry. It made me drop my jaw. I'm too lazy to photoshop a trophy for you, so I'm gonna give you 2 THUMBS UP!
MyNameIsNobody13 wrote: I believe that women are entitled to certain rights (right to vote, right to a certain job, right to speak mind etc)
Prof.Professor wrote:MyNameIsNobody13 wrote: I believe that women are entitled to certain rights (right to vote, right to a certain job, right to speak mind etc)
Women are NOT entitled to vote or to work at certain jobs. These are privileges. Women have not earned these privileges. Only men have to sign up for selective service. Only men are required to fight on the front lines in wars. Only men are required to work in the dirty jobs the women refuse to work in. Allowing women to vote and enter into the workforce was a big mistake made by emasculated males who were never properly taught how to exercise their authority. They were also never taught how to care for women in their relationships.
Prof.Professor wrote:There are many ways for a woman to contribute to a relationship without working full time or even part time. Work isn't limited to just jobs that offer a paycheck. You can keep your man sexually satisfied. You can cook his meals. You can clean his house or apartment. You can run errands. You can do laundry. You can buy groceries. You can take care of children, etc. Just because you don't receive a formal paycheck doesn't mean you can't be valuable to a relationship.
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