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Tough Titties

For your amusement, a post at Jezebel. This really is what the world is coming too.

Rachel recently emailed Osorio to tell him that she was enjoying CrossFit and considering purchasing a class card but took offense to the moniker “Titsday.”

“do you really have to call a female class “titsday” really???” she wrote. “it’s kind of misogynistic — which was not the vibe I got at the gym. I suggest changing the class name to something more neutral — and I’m not an uptight person but it’s a repulsive word — my opinion and probably other women’s opinion.”

Hilarity ensues as the exchange goes back & forth with Crossfit South Brooklyn and “Rachel” goes on to demonstrate just what a “not uptight person” she is.

Here’s their response to the Jezebel post. “Tough Titties” would have sufficed in my book. Thinking back, I’m almost certain the first time I heard that funny phrase was from my mom when I was a kid and complained about not getting my way (even though I was not an uptight person).

Frankly, I’ve always been mystified by the objection by some women to the word tits. How can a word that conjures such imaginary delight be bad? Plus, I have my own phrase for my idea of the bestest of the best (in small & medium only): “Rocket Titties!”

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39 Comments

  1. Greg Swann on May 8, 2013 at 11:45

    It is reasonable to expect that, when it comes to breasts, the less a woman has to bitch about, the more she has to bitch about. Nobody hates feminine beauty like ugly women.

  2. Rip @ MIPWID on May 8, 2013 at 11:47

    The ONLY surprising thing about this post is that ‘tough titties’ is also used on your side of the pond. My mum used to say that to me from time to time. I haven’t heard it for ages.

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  4. Sean on May 8, 2013 at 12:11

    I’m not an uptight person, when I am waiting with the other mothers for my 3 year old to get out of her college prep class, the one thing we can all agree upon is that we aren’t uptight people. It’s not like there’s any way I (or anyone with any common sense) could pretend that Dashiele’s suit is anything but jejune, as if being 3 years old is an excuse for those awful creases. And I won’t even discuss that excuse for a Windsor knot, my God you’d think he was two going on one. But moving on I and my social circle of people who most definitely aren’t uptight are asking you to stop being offensive or else we will get angry and write a collective letter telling you how angry we are.

  5. Contemplationist on May 8, 2013 at 12:26

    LOL Sean

    +1

  6. John D. on May 8, 2013 at 12:30

    Jezebel’s exhibit A when it comes to how many (most?) women delight in destroying innocent people — Ideally men, but a woman will do in a pinch. And if they can do it anonymously, so much the better. (Note that in the article they grant anonymity to the accuser, but not to anyone they’re smearing.)

    Yeah, a class created by a woman, named by a woman, taught by a woman, celebrating women, attended only by women – what an anti-woman outrage!

    I think Jezebel may well be the most vicious, contemptible site on the net.

  7. Greg Swann on May 8, 2013 at 13:25

    Sean: Brilliant!

  8. Elenor on May 8, 2013 at 15:19

    Disclaimer: I didn’t bother to read the Jezebel thing; I’ve been on both sides of this sort of cross-sex unresolvable difference in views… Trying valiantly to ‘go along’ with the men doing it and pretending it didn’t bother me; snarling back as an outraged feminist at the offensiveness of this fakey-humor; and (…I guess it’s more than just two sides…); and now, not wiser, merely resigned and not seeing it as worth my energy to try to educate any more men (mainly because this is a gulf is views that will never be crossed!)

    {sigh} The thing I — as a woman — find dismaying about this sort of (usually male — or masculinized women) “humor” (but I don’t find it funny) is that it is too intrusive. It IS disturbing to be cat-called or have something ostensibly neutral (a day at a gym, or an expletive) be directly focused at me and my *physical* self. If I am walking down the street worried about paying the mortgage or some health issue or a close friend’s problem (i.e., if I am busy within my own thoughts!)– and some unknown man:
    .starts *forcibly* intruding in my thought processes
    .starts making comments about me as a body (since it’s fer shure not about me as the human being worried about the mortgage!)
    .starts demanding that I not merely notice him, but give him attention (like a 4-yr-old shouting “look it me! look it me! Pay attention to ME!”) — but with a nasty assaultive sexual underpinning that I did NOT and do NOT invite!
    .starts reminding me that I am both a) NOT safe on the streets and b) SUPPOSED to be at the beck and call to humor any man who wishes to interrupt me to pay attention to him, will I , nil I

    then yes, absolutely, I lose any sort of ‘good humor’ about it!

    Think of women you’ve known who insist on interrupting you when you’re busy with some serious thing — work or trying to fix or build something, and she wants you to stop and pay attention to her, to stop whatever you’re attending to and pay attention on her…. Do you think it’s rewarding and does it please you to have your process interrupted when you’re busy with something? If she’s your 4-yr-old daughter, then yes, it’s understandable that she would have no concept that you might not welcome her intrusion. If she’s an adult — and worse, and adult you do not even know? — why would you not find that tiresome and angering?

    And if calling it “titsday” is intended to make what you are doing funny — but a part of your audience does not find it funny? (That would be the part *towards whom* it’s directed… or will you try to claim it’s NOT directed at women?) Have you succeeded? Or is it just passive-aggressive “pay-back” (not, of course, at the ACTUAL women who are made uncomfortable about it — oh no, you don’t mean the women who come to your gym to work out … you mean… um… just whom, exactly? Some OTHER women, and if it bothers some of the women you like and care for, well, they’re just … what? humorless unintended casualties? {sarcasm} Yeah, it takes a big man to carelessly whack all the women around him, an then claim they shouldn’t be offended…{/sarc}

    Anyone who thinks I’m some weak-livered feminist woman should go read a few of my comments here. I am SO not that. But, at the same time — there is nothing masculine, nothing adult, nothing civil and protective about this kind of alleged humor. Perhaps, because so many males today have not had any decent role models of what a truly protective man acts like, y’all think it’s okay to snipe (like a child?) at ALL women, and if you hurt some you didn’t mean to …. not your fault?

    I suppose I should give up expecting men … excuse me… adult males {frown}… to actually BE men! To be courteous and civil and protective of women. Yes I know…. many, many women have been ruined by today’s propaganda and media, and aren’t worthy of protection and cherishing. (Ye gods! Do I know it!) Does that therefore release you from YOUR duty to act like men, not petty, nasty children? (“she started it!” ?!) Which came first — did men first stop protecting and cherishing women or did women have to learn to be their own men because the men around them quit protecting and cherishing them?! And more importantly: WHO is going to start the movement back to a balanced relationship between us?

  9. Elenor on May 8, 2013 at 15:36

    p.s., Richard? “How can a word that conjures such imaginary delight be bad?”

    That imaginary delight is male. Women find that “imaginary delight” delightful ONLY WHEN IT IS INVITED! When it’s from men to whom they feel close and with whom they feel safe and from whom they may invite, if not actual advances, then a level of titillating/semi-sexual humor that is not accompanied by the threat of sexual violence; it’s great. When it’s from unknown or barely known males? Not-so-much.

    Alison Armstrong does a lovely bit in her co-ed class: she asks the men to please raise their hands if they have felt in physical jeopardy at some time in their lives. Very few male hands go up (even guys who served in a war theater tend not to have felt in jeopardy: they may have feared they’d disappoint or fail their buddies, but they’re not so conscious of their own physical jeopardy. She asks them to keep their hands up if they have felt in physical jeopardy in the past month. Maybe one or two. How about in the last week? Usually, not a hand. Then she asks women — and asks the men to pay close attention — how many women have felt in physical jeopardy in the past month? Nearly EVERY female hand goes up. How about in the past week? Almost no hands go down. How about in the past 24 hours? The majority of female hands still stay up.

    Most men have absolutely NO conception or understanding of that. I’ve tried to get men to understand that they never even think about their safety if, at night, they’re going to head out to the end of the driveway to pick up the mail from the mailbox… There is almost NO woman who does not think about her safety before going out to the mailbox. (And no, women are not being silly or hyper-sensitive. Women *evolved* to be spooky and hyper-careful. You don’t blame them (us) for having less upper body strength, do you? Then why ‘blame’ them for an appropriate in-built sense of caution?)

    What to y’all is just some harmless fun? To US is all-too-often a reminder that we are PREY animals in a dangerous world! (And yes, even if we’re armed — and I’m always armed! — we’re still PREY animals in a dangerous world.) Having men we sort-of like or sort-of know — the ones perhaps we’re relying on to teach us fitness and strength — ‘acting like’ the kind of predators we rightly are hyper-cautious about may seem funny to the men… Not so much to all too many women. *Protectors* don’t take pleasure in mock threats to the ones they’re supposed to be protecting!

  10. Joshua on May 8, 2013 at 15:52

    Elenor – you may have benefitted from reading at least the crossfit response to Jezebel. Titsday seems to have been invented by a woman.

    I don’t think it’s very good marketing, but they seem to be doing OK.

    Also, I got the impression that you feel like you are speaking for all women. Many of the women of my generation use the word tits with little/no self-consciousness. Their usage delights me, though I do not use the word myself very often.

  11. Richard Nikoley on May 8, 2013 at 15:58

    “Women find that “imaginary delight” delightful ONLY WHEN IT IS INVITED!”

    I really don’t know what you’re on about, Elenor, and in the last comment either. This was about a woman’s only class, created by a woman, directed by a woman, and named by a woman.

    You seem to be conflating the general use of a word with either unsociable, rude behavior or implied threats/assault, neither of which I condone. Directed at men, or women.

    In the context of what you seem to be arguing, your making the same error ar Rachel. Titsday was the _name of an event_ (a women’s, not the name we picked for the Rachel event and forced her to show up).

    You may indeed have some valid points when it comes to harassing a stranger on the street, but it’s all misplaced here.

  12. John D. on May 8, 2013 at 17:07

    God, Elenor went on forever yet only made a fool of herself. She wrote about which she assumed the story was about, not what it was about. Funny thing is that it would’ve taken her much less time to read the articles (and realize that she was about to spout nonsense) than it took her to craft the endless paragraphs of nonsense she wound up pounding out.

    Nevermind; she was expressing how she FELT. Only a man would dare imply that reality — what actually HAPPENED — should be at least considered before doing so.

  13. Jay Jay on May 8, 2013 at 18:59

    Tough titty
    Said the kitty
    But the milk’s still good.

    A ditty told to me by my mother circa 40 years ago.

    I’ll have to let her know she’s a misogynist now.

  14. Preston on May 9, 2013 at 05:37

    My translation:

    Complainer – That hurt my feelings. Change it.

    Gym lady – No.

    Complainer – That hurt my feelings. Change it or I will try to shame you.

    Gym owner – No.

    Complainer – That hurt my feelings. You should feel shame for hurting my feelings.

    Gym owner – Go away.

    Complainer – Everybody, my feelings were hurt. I’m a martyr for not getting my way. Waaaaaaa!

    End translation.

    Elenor said – Think of women you’ve known who insist on interrupting you when you’re busy with some serious thing — work or trying to fix or build something, and she wants you to stop and pay attention to her, to stop whatever you’re attending to and pay attention on her….

    Okay I did. That would be pretty much all of them.

  15. shelley on May 9, 2013 at 08:02

    JayJay –
    that is my favorite saying I generally use a couple times a month – maybe a little more since my oldest is a teenager now.

    “Tough titty
    Said the kitty
    But the milk’s still good.”

    That and “life’s not fair; get over it.”

    Elenor – for the most part, I hear ya. But not in the case. This reminds me of the cancer fundraiser: “Save the tatas”

  16. Elenor on May 9, 2013 at 08:35

    Joshua: “Titsday seems to have been invented by a woman. ” so that makes it okay? Maybe it IS generational; certainly today’s young women seem to be pretty massively masculinized/coarsened, just as today’s males seem to be either feminized or “invited” to stay juvenile…
    and
    Joshua: “you feel like you are speaking for all women” Hmmm, not really. I think there are a lot of women who aren’t willing to speak up, who merely swallow their discomfort because there has been such a (relatively new?) history of putting folks down who express their own boundaries/discomfort. Certainly, the men (and women) who don’t mind such coarseness are not going to be bothered. The ones who do? Are not likely to speak up.
    I was one such: when I in the Navy, I ‘played along’ with the coarseness to fit in; didn’t object to the anti-female joking and insulting. (Alas, I was a blind young feminist who believed the crap about equality and sameness.)

    Later, after I was out, I realized how damaging it was to have been exposed/a party to that kind of careless … treatment? view? “humor”? “Laughing along” with intrusive deprecation (directed at the class you belong to) doesn’t make it “okay.” And, I’d suggest, carelessly using deprecating terms to or in front of the class being deprecated says something about the user — and not something positive!

    Michael, my late husband, struggled for years to get me to believe (to “understand,” he said) that the vicious, violent, horrifying porn I had seen (in the local command’s “porn locker”) was NOT, in fact, proof that men hated women. (I still struggle with that… I cannot imagine a world in which a person who did NOT hate an object would treat that object so! Apparently (?) men can.)

    Richard: (hey, Richard) “You seem to be conflating the general use of a word with either unsociable, rude behavior or implied threats/assault, neither of which I condone. Directed at men, or women.”

    Condoning them (or not) doesn’t remove the ‘taint’ of unsociability, rudeness, or threat. I think, to paraphrase myself, this is an uncrossable gulf between men and women. Men don’t see any hint of threat in a directly *sexual* intrusion into a(ny) woman’s mind-space. Perhaps I’m just being an old grouch about the loss and lack of what used to be NORMAL civility in the public sphere. “Dumb and Dumber” seems to be the modern-day standard for how people ought to act.

    John D.: “[Elenor] was about to spout nonsense” Do you have a woman you love, whose feelings you care about? Ask her, in private, if she finds this sort of thing uncomfortable. Ask her is ‘going along to get along’ is a stress she might rather do without. See if you can find out her real feelings about such sexually intrusive terms/comments/’event-names’ when she is not trying to seem public-tough…

    Jay Jay: “A ditty told to me by my mother circa 40 years ago. I’ll have to let her know she’s a misogynist now.”
    Are you suggesting we can go back 40 years for guidance about how we speak in public? Pre-civil rights? Pre-feminism (well I’d sorta go along with that!) Is that the standard you use for how you speak in front of folks, whether you know them or not? Yes, this pathological society has gone WAY too far into the “you hurt my feelings” crap — but that is not really an excuse for joining in the coarsening of what used to be a pretty civil and polite society — not because it was forced to be, but because people were considerate of others. (Or, Jay Jay, you might ask your mother if SHE Is bothered by such an event title… woman-coined or not!)

  17. sexybearfriend on May 9, 2013 at 09:01

    Quick summary:
    People in Brooklyn are annoying. Jezebel is annoying. And dude’s can certainly be annoying. But, seriously, in this instance, I — as someone whose not offended if a person call her a feminist — say that the dude from CrossFit handled himself well — patient and respectful.

    There’s nothing wrong with her saying “hey, this is kinda offensive. Has anyone else mentioned that?”. As a person running a business, I’m sure that he doesn’t want to offend the very people that he’s trying to attract. So there’s nothing wrong with respectful feedback which, in all fairness, she did provide (at first). But she pushed it — making it seem like her feelings were those of everyone. Regardless of whether the women that dug the class are internalizing sexism, it’s not for her to be paternalistic about.

    I know for most women (or people) it’s contextual. I was once at a mostly male gym and there was something about “pussy cat” for a women’s class. I love using the word “puss” (I love all curse words. I don’t discriminate). However, this was a gym where there was def a feeling of being outnumbered and ogled. Plus the gym owner used to hit on me in a creepy way. So I was didn’t like that class name (plus, in this case, it was a dude creating this class). I quit the gym (not because of that, because of the owner was escalating the creep-factor). If it was at a more balanced gym, then no worries.

    I won’t lie — that type of cutesy BS “girls club” marketing is something that I think is stupid, but a certain segment of chicks dig it. Then again, certain segment of chicks hate the term “chicks”. And I’d hate it just as much if dude’s had a “rock with your cocks out” gym class. I’m not offended. It’s just retarded. But that’s simply my opinion. Not something that I’d try to push on the entire populace.

  18. sexybearfriend on May 9, 2013 at 09:04

    @ John D.
    Are you trying to sy what I think you’re trying to say: Dude’s are always rational and chicks always only talk about their feelings? Shit, look at gregg Swann’s comment (the very 1st one). Where’s his proof? His feelings? To the best of my knowledge, there is no photo of the woman (her name was changed). Lets see — we have a woman who wants to attend Crossfit. All those women are ugly, right?

    Eleanor brought up info that wasn’t pertinent to this discussion, but to say that it was nonsense is dismissive. If you’re implying that dude’s are rational, then bring something rational to the conversation.

    And it’s a damn shame, because I agree with you on your 1st comment, about Jezebel being vicious, etc.

  19. Richard Nikoley on May 9, 2013 at 09:47

    “Maybe it IS generational”

    True. My mom just turned 72 and that’s where I heard it first. Jay Jay claims they heard it from their mom 40 years ago.

    But let’s not that stand in the way of the “progressive” march toward gender and multicultural, morally relative “sensitivity” at all times as guiding light number one. Our moms were oh so very unenlightened, too ignorant and stupid to understand how victimized they were.

    Elenor, you appear to me to just be covering your ass. You can’t even allude or reference the fact you made a big fool of yourself by not reading the subject material, and everyone knows it.

    I suggest you drop it and live to fight another day.

  20. Richard Nikoley on May 9, 2013 at 09:58

    SBF:

    +1 on your quick summary. +2 on your distinction; businesses where there are a million niches to attract (or repel) in a million ways. Everyone votes with their dollars and hopefully the owner is good at reviewing his P&L, whichever way that turns. Short of forcing people against their will, business is simply “just business.”

    But, we live in an upside down world now were the truly moral issues are all relative, depending on things like “culture” (e.g. female circumcision and male brutality are “cultural issues”) and the amoral issues like how a person operates a profit-driven business are everyone’s “ethical” business.

  21. John D. on May 9, 2013 at 11:07

    SBF, I meant to say exactly what I said. Please don’t change it into something obviously false (and then congratulate yourself on beating up the straw man you just created.)

  22. John D. on May 9, 2013 at 11:25

    Richard, exactly right. Actually, I’m a male and I find everything about CrossFit marketing to be stupid, juvenile and macho. But there are obviously a lot of people, male and female, who it speaks to.

    I unfortunately can’t remember exactly where I heard it, but within the last month I heard Robb Wolf on a podcast talking about the incredibly tough workouts of the day that CrossFit throws couch-potato newbies into. I’m paraphrasing, but he was basically saying that it was the height of irresponsibility and likely to create permanent physical damage in many of the unsuspecting newbies.

    I think Art DeVany talks a lot about a related issue – in a crossfit gym, there’s a ton of survivorship bias going on. You simply don’t see the Crossfitters whose backs and knees have been destroyed — because they’ve gone home.

  23. sexybearfriend on May 9, 2013 at 13:41

    @RN
    “But, we live in an upside down world now were the truly moral issues are all relative…” yep, I totally agree with you on that. Everyone can have their say. Just don’t push your say on me

  24. sexybearfriend on May 9, 2013 at 13:43

    @John D

    1. I didn’t congratulate myself. Point out where I did

    2. If it’s obviously false, then explain. I friggin asked “Are you trying to say…”

    3. By jumping down my throat, you turned this from constructive into a bitchy. If that’s the tone, then I’ll reiterate: tell me what the fuck you meant. Pretty please, with sugar on top.

  25. John D. on May 9, 2013 at 15:07

    I’m not going to discuss what you made up about what I posted. And I’m completely bored with your trying to jam words down my throat, and then accusing me of being bitchy. So that if I point out that you’re the one who created the bitchy tone, then you can pounce on me for calling you a bitch, and thus being a typical male.

    As I said: you are BORING. PREDICTABLE and BORING.

  26. sexybearfriend on May 10, 2013 at 06:43

    @John D.
    OMG, you are totally cracking me up. Putting words in whose mouth? ok, cool. You asked, I’ll comply. We’re done. A quick suggestions, take it or leave it — give your comments a sense of humor. Cuz’ you sound like Jezebel.

  27. John D. on May 10, 2013 at 15:41

    Hardly. Jezebel is nothing but blind, blithering hatred of men. It’s all about unsourced, swarming feminine rage at its most cowardly and anonymous. Especially lazy and moronic in this case, because they couldn’t even be bothered to make the single phone call that would’ve revealed that their supposed perp was a woman.

    In other words, it’s much more up your alley.

  28. T. Knapp on May 12, 2013 at 06:16

    “Do you have a woman you love, whose feelings you care about? Ask her, in private, if she finds this sort of thing uncomfortable. ”

    I just asked my wife if she’d be offended by the existence of such a class, and she laughed and asked if it was around here. She’s been looking for a good women’s only fitness class that isn’t just aerobics or some variant.

  29. T. Knapp on May 12, 2013 at 06:17

    Sorry, I should add that she then asked, “could a guy with moobs attend?”

  30. MC on May 12, 2013 at 23:58

    I currently work at a place that sells novelty magnets with things written on them like:

    “What do men and sperm have in common? One in a million has a chance to become human.”
    “All men are animals, some just make better pets.”
    “All men are idiots and I married their king.”

    I have a female co-worker who has made a joke about men having the hygiene of a dog, and has made more then one joke about cutting off a man’s penis, one time directed at me. I didn’t take it seriously though, I know she didn’t mean it.

    She also showed me the sperm magnet when we got them in, and had a chuckle.

    One time our boss said to her as a joke: “you’re pretty smart…..for a girl.” As soon as he left she said “see how he says that kind of a thing about girls?”

    I take complaints about “titsday” about as seriously.

  31. sexybearfriend on May 13, 2013 at 07:31

    @John D.
    Wamp wamp waaaammmmpppp (sound of dying horn). Your ignorance of your own behavior keeps me rolling. And your ignorance of me makes me smile.

    And be more honest…. BORING? I doubt it. Only a dildo would continue to engage in something so booooring. You know it — you get the thrill of the Comment Fight. We all do. Virtual adrenaline. So stop being dishonest. Saying “boring” is getting so old in the comment wars. Call me a pussy, call me a bitch. But call me something you honestly believe. You like this exchange, you like arguing. So shut the fuck up about that lame ass “boring” shit. We’re in a street fight, hooker. Come at me with the language of “fists”, brass knuckles, a bag of quarters. Not some written equivalentt of a rape whistle. *That’s* boring. Liven this shit up with something fer realz, you cranky old stooge.

  32. Richard Nikoley on May 13, 2013 at 07:41

    SBF:

    Lafs.

  33. John D. on May 13, 2013 at 13:01

    SPF, I’ve lost count: isn’t that like the 20th time you’ve said that you’re done, only to come back trying to get the last word?

    And isn’t that like the 15th time that you’ve tried to bait me into using some antiwoman slur against you?

    And why are you ignoring people like T Knapp and MC and many others? Because you’re trying to pretend that I’m an outlier here? And that everyone agrees with you? Have you even read Richard’s post?

    And we’re in a street fight? Are you fucking kidding me? We’re bickering on the Internet, jerk. Stop pretending that you are involved in anything grand. You’re just a dog with a bone, trying to pretend that I’m the dog with a bone. It’s actually unbelievably trivial and couldn’t be stupider. Do you even have a job? I work from home – what’s your excuse?

    I eagerly await your reply, in which you will again bait me to hit you with an antiwoman slur, claim that you have better things to do and that I can have the last word.

    Whereupon you will reply again in about 15 minutes. With the identical content.

    And you say you’re not boring?

  34. sexybearfriend on May 14, 2013 at 07:20

    @ John D.

    For the sake of initial simplicity (and to keep RN happy), I’ll just say: your comment has proven my point. Crank-a-puss.

    For the sake of pissing you (and RN) off with a long-winded comment, see next…

  35. sexybearfriend on May 14, 2013 at 07:29

    20th? Once. I said it ONCE. And I said it after you said ‘I’mnot going to disucss…”. Once. OMG — dude, read your fucking comments. You’re the one who said that “Wah! I’m not going to discuss! Wah! You’re boring!” After that, I said it too. I mean, seriously — am i going to continue to berate a ghost? But then, when YOU came back, I felt the need to uphold my womanly honor (BTW, that’s a fucking joke. You do get those, right? I’m no Loius C.K., but at least I try. Unlike you, Mr. WetBlanket). And when did I say ANYTHING about you being “antiwoman”? Let me repeat STOP MAKING SHIT UP. That’s called a FUCKING STRAWMAN. I know that word gets bandied about, but seriously. It’s so much easier for you to “fight” against this fake Sexybearfriend then the real one.
    I’m not baiting you. We’re fucking ARGUING Yu can call me anything you want. I believe ‘ve insinuated that you’re a douche. If I haven’t yet, consider yourself insinuated. Here, let me spell it out for you: I’m a fair friggin person, YA DOUCHE. Call me a bitch? fair game. Call me a “typical woman, only good for complaining and making babies”, well then, you’ve crossed the line. See the dif? You can call me ugly — I’m GIVING you permission. It would be somewhat wrong, but thats a general insult. Jesus — do I have to school you on everything? For my next comment, I’ll tell you how to change your diapers.
    What kind of friggin street fights are YOU involved in? Last I checked, their the antithesis of “grand”. I mean, if you want to call Don King every fucking time someone calls you a retard, by all means, be my guest. But I do believe the vast majority of us attend “street fights” in the privacy of corn fields and unnamed alleys. Nothing grand about that shit. And I’m not bickering, dude. Bickering is for disagreements. You’re doing the equivalent of repeatedly pushing your finger into my shoulders. In my neck of the woods, that turns into something nasty pretty quickly. And whatd’ya know… THIS is kinda nasty! We’re 2 people that don’t mind getting a bt nasty. Again… be honest. If this is how you “bicker”, you’re really fucking annoying.
    Oh and I comment every 15 minutes? Wow, this is getting old — are you arguing based on your “feelings”? Go back. I read these in the morning, when I come in to work. Then I have better shit to do until the next day. Dude, seriously. Stop making this shit up. I mean, THIS is why I ignore T KNapp, etc. I haven’t fucking READ them. I’m just looking for you. That’s all the time I have.

  36. Richard Nikoley on May 14, 2013 at 07:41

    SBF

    FYI, my Laf at that previous comment was because I like the rant and kinda agree. Argue, or don’t.

  37. John D. on May 14, 2013 at 10:53

    HAHAAHAHAHAHAAH SBF

    Apparently I complete you.

  38. sexybearfriend on May 15, 2013 at 07:21

    @RN

    I know — I was just ribbing you.

    @ John D.
    You are the Yin to my Yang (or vice versa, whatever it is). I only have typing fingers for you, my love. Admit it — you had some fun with this. I know I did.

  39. John D. on May 15, 2013 at 11:04

    Admit it? I was having a blast all along.

    Glad you had a good time too.

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