Today at Work

Sweet MOTHER of GOD, SAVE us from 20-something feminist SJWs! In the store this afternoon, after looking up at Olympics on telly [insert disgusted voice]:

WHY do they have the WOMEN in BATHING SUITS to RIDE BIKES in a race?!” [steam steam steam]

THS lifts quizzical eyebrow a la Ebola.

It’s the triathlon [unspoken: YOU EFFING TWIT]. They swim a third of it.


Interest now engaged elsewhere that outrage unwarranted.

We’re doomed.

10 Responses to “Today at Work”

  1. JeffS says:

    I have to wonder what these pampered children (and children they are, in spite of their chronological age) will do when confronted with a genuine, life threatening problem … … … and the Parental Units aren’t at hand to help.

    Could be very Darwinian.

  2. aelfheld says:

    JeffS, they’ll melt down on social media, assuming they have the time.

  3. Gunslinger says:

    More like Pavlovian. That’s what the whole “trigger words” bit is meant to produce. The left wants generations of youth that not only react in the desired manner but also react with such an extreme intensity to prevent thinking from unraveling their programming.

    The Khmer Rouge would be absolutely jealous with what the left wing educational system has inflicted on American children without a shot being fired.

  4. JeffS says:

    Pavlovian in response, Darwinian in results.

  5. AliceH says:

    It gets better.

    After a recent flight, I told an older friend how surprised I was at not feeling irritated by a group of self-satisfied, shallow, and loud teens chattering away at the gate, oblivious to all around. I was sort of proud of my self control.

    He replied, “oh, I’m past all that. Now I just think they’re cute.”

  6. tree hugging sister says:

    I’m not at “cute” yet.

  7. AliceH says:

    No, I’m not there yet, either. It’s because we’re still young 🙂

  8. BlackDog says:

    Did the older said cute as in:
    A)Very young children;
    B)Animals in a zoo;
    C)Trophies in a game room?

  9. AliceH says:

    Good question, BlackDog. At the time, I took it to mean A) very young children.

    I’d ask him, but it’s one of those times when it’s better to *be* wrong than *know* you’re wrong.

  10. Kathy Kinsley says:

    Well, I’m fairly old, and don’t think they are cute – I go with A but I think they all need a good spanking. And to be sent to their rooms without dinner.

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