23 February 2007
That's purty funny..
I was trolling on my baby cousin's My Space page and she had the funniest little thing on it.

It says:

I want a guy that I can run to with tears streaming down my face...and the first thing that comes out of his mouth is, "Who's ass am I kicking, babe?"

Reminded me of The Cop Magnet.


posted by -atomik kitten @ 9:03 AM  
  • At 11:18 PM, Anonymous sp said…

    That is absolutely awful. People should comfort others but not threaten to beat another person up for someone just because they are crying. Men are better than that. It is women like that, that expect men to be tough and violent, that place feminism back so far. First of all, we should be able to take care of ourselves. And second, we should not expect or want men to be violent for us. We can deal. So if someone makes us upset, we should talk to that person (regardless of if we are male or female) and solve our own problems without violence.

  • At 8:36 AM, Blogger - PRACTiCAL CHiCK said…

    ha ha ha. You're funny. The "problem" with feminism is that it CASTRATES the men and turns them in to sniveling little school girls. Do yourself a BIG favor and go educate yourself a little about how the BRAIN works. A man's NATURAL reaction is to SOLVE a problem - not pat a girl on the head and say, "Poor little baby, it's going to be alright."

    I *never* said violence solves every problem. But the first person that ever calls me a bitch for no reason would (a) get punched by ME, (b) get beat by my husband, and (c) have Fatty McChuckles pin them to a wall and tear them limb from limb.

    Some people are too SLOW to understand a good talking to. I do take care of myself - but I also realize that if I bring a problem to my man, his natural reaction is going to be to SOLVE it.

    Do some research femi-nazi and get the hell off my blog.

  • At 9:09 AM, Blogger Margaret said…


    Seriously, I miss old fashioned ways of chivalry and respect towards women. From holding doors open, standing up when a lady approaches to even a man who carries two hankies. One for his own snoozle but one to keep clean in case a lady needs one.

    I miss the age of Daddies who greet the dates of their young daughters and stay up until their daughters come home.

    Shotgun Daddies who demand that men respect their daughters and be accountable for their responsibilities.

    Men who protect and provide. I am a woman and hear me roar!! I have too much on my plate as it is let alone having to work, drive, deal with idiots and disrespect.

    If I can pick up my man's underwear and socks strewn all over the floor - then he better be willing to bash in anyone who disrespects me. Even if only in thought and not in deed.

    I wear my bra - proudly!

  • At 11:07 AM, Blogger - PRACTiCAL CHiCK said…

    You go, WOMAN!! :)

  • At 12:42 AM, Anonymous sp said…

    If you think feminism castrates men than you know nothing about feminism. If is about equality - plain and simple. And I never said that you should not stand up for yourself - of course everyone should. Feminism is also about empowerment. But violence is certainly not an answer to anything. You should not hit someone or get your husband to just because someone called you a name. That is ridiculous. As a strong woman (which I am sure you are) you are better than that. Words are just that - words. If you can't take someone calling you a name, then it must be pretty hard to survive on a day to day basis.

  • At 7:09 PM, Blogger - PRACTiCAL CHiCK said…

    I can't take being called a name....riiiggghhhtt... Uh, did you forget how to read? Is that where the "inequality" came in? The name of the blog is Practical CHICK.

    Let's see...my eight year old son was threatened today at school - by three other boys who threatened to shoot him with a gun. Should I wait to see if they actually go through with it or should I go to the school and make sure it doesn't happen? Oh and for the record, I told him that the next one of them that opens their mouth he has MY permission to shut it.

    Damn straight I'm strong. I put with people like you on a daily basis that has this odd notion that every woman that doesn't agree with "feminism" (which actually had a good start, but eventually wanted special treatment instead of equal rights...ever heard of affirmative action? Women are considered minorities...) must be uneducated and oppressed.

    Puleeze.. Choose this day whom you will serve. You cannot serve two masters and this extreme feminist attitude people like you spout needs to just disappear. No one cares. I only tolerate replying to you because I'm bored. I've not had a moron around this place in quite a while. I even have feminist readers...the only difference between them and you: they are reasonable WOMEN who know how to disagree without being incredibly disagreeable.

    Oh gee...don't tell me - you aren't comfortable with being a woman...you have what Dr. Laura says "Fat / Dumb / Ugly" syndrome.

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