Tag Archives: ridiculous

A punch to the face is not a “love-tap”

3 Feb

First off, a punch to the face is not a love-tap. This girl is ridiculous and unbelievably irresponsible. I think she is just saying it for the attention it brings, and I can’t decide if that’s better or worse than her actually believing it.

Crazy bitch tip: If anyone hits you, they don’t know how to love you. Get the fuck away from them.

White people are allowed to have opinions

28 May

I missed the first part of this video the first time I watched it, so I was shocked by the actions of the presenter.

Then I watched it again and caught the part where the woman tells the presenter that his opinion is invalid because he’s a white male and suggests that because he’s a white male, he’s automatically racist and sexist. I also noticed that, in the midst of this she tries to talk over the host of the show and then accuses him of talking over her.

At a certain point, there’s just no way to be on her side.

For me it was when she couldn’t handle the criticism the host aimed at her and told him that she wasn’t “going to enact the labour of having to explain” why the hosts criticism of her calling him a racist, sexist purely for being born a white male is offensive to her.

For the record, I know ‘her’ name but I don’t want to direct people in her direction, so I’m going with the generic forms of ‘she’ and ‘her’.

Honestly, I just feel bad for her. I feel bad for the majority of these young social justice warriors, really.

Yes, of course there are wrongs going on in the world and there are people that seek to take advantage of you or are prejudiced against you because you were born female or an ethnicity other than Caucasian, but I think it’s been so brainwashed into these young women that they’re seeing it in situations it doesn’t exist. That wouldn’t be such an issue if it didn’t actually hurt the cause, but it does. It diminishes the impact of the voices of those people who are fighting against actual injustices. It reinforces the opinions of those people who are sexist and racist and it alienates the people who are actually on the good side because they get blamed for things they have nothing to do with.

Anyway, you might as well disregard anything I’ve said on the matter because I’m a white, male and my opinion is apparently racist, sexist and minimalising everyone on the planet. Sorry about that, and sorry about talking over you.

Crazy bitch tip: Maybe you should enact the labour of explaining whatever the fuck is going on in your head so that someone can understand why you’re calling everyone racist sexists.

Update

I found a video in which a guy goes through and accumulates all the various bullshit the young woman in the video has been up to.

But I’ve realised that it’s presented by a white male, so again, it’s clearly completely invalid as well.

Can’t tell if crazy bitch, or dorito

12 Nov

Fashion is a personal preference but I’d suggest that it’s far better not to trigger this question in the minds of passer-bys…

Not sure if human... or dorito

See a few examples of what not to do below. See if you can pick the odd one out.

Crazy bitch tip: If there’s the chance you could be confused for an Oompa Loompa, your fake tan has gone too far.

Baby train

4 Jun

I never would have though I’d have to explain this one. I just… never… it didn’t occur to me that… I mean why would you… ah whatever, look, you don’t ever strap your baby to the train of your dress as you walk down the aisle on your wedding day because everyone that sees or hears about it is going to think you’re a crazy bitch.

Baby train

Just to clarify, it wouldn’t matter if it was ball gown or a prom dress, that’d still be crazy. It doesn’t matter if it’s just a normal day and not a big event, that’s still crazy. It doesn’t matter if you’re just doing it at home, it’s still crazy. So, one more time, never drag your baby behind you because that’s fucking mental.

If you’ve already dragged your baby behind you and everyone is telling you it’s crazy, you’re better off acknowledging that it was a bad decision. That’s not what this lady did. This is what she had to say about it in a few choice facebook updates:

“People questioning what we do, commenting all negative, and just doing the most,” she wrote.

“We good though we covered by the Blood which never loose (sic) its power.

“So to the media, radio, news, and whomever else wanting to talk about what WE do here you go:

“Media Media I see how it works regardless the situation or purpose people gone (sic) have something negative to say!

“The answer is we do what we want, when we want, as long as Jesus on our side everything worked out fine and gona (sic) continue to be fine.”

“Our 1 month old was awake and well secured on my train,” Mrs Carter-Brooks wrote.

“Most important while yall got ya feelings in us we had our hearts in Christ which covers all!!

“So keep ya mouths running for it was just that Exclusive and Epic enough we made top blog (sic) way from small town Ripley, TN and the social media doing what they do, TALK!!!!”

Sometimes it’s good to be unique and do something no one has ever done before. Sometimes it’s not.

Crazy bitch tip: do not drag your newborn infant along the ground anywhere, anytime.

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