- 1 year ago
If you make fat jokes about Adele, you’re being a dick, and I’m referring to you, Joan Rivers. Seth Macfarlane started it at the Oscars, but then after the Oscars, Joan Rivers tweeted, quote, ‘You could easily pick Adele’s statuette out of a line up because it was the only one wearing Spanx.’ Then, she went on The Letterman Show and made a whole bunch of awful jokes, and included her saying, ‘I’ve met Adele’, and then she went, [puffs face/body out].
How dare you make fun of one of the best female role models on the planet for the way she looks. Adele is one of the very few women in pop music that I want my daughter to look up to, and you’re making jokes about the way she looks, when you’re so insecure about your own face you’ve spent more money on it than the producers of Life of Pi spent on that tiger!
I’ve met Adele and she was lovely - and hot. You, Joan Rivers, have become a jaded, bitter old mole. Get a plastic surgeon to manufacture yourself a new soul. Stop being an enormous, hypocritical, insensitive DICK."
Adam Hills, showing off just how amazing he is. (via colestclair)
You know when Adam Hills is putting you in your place, you haven’t got a leg to stand on.
Adam Hills should know better than anyone that Joan Rivers is joking. Joan Rivers has been poking fun at celebrities for decades now (something Adam Hills has done on more than one occasion I assure you). Where was he every other time Joan poked fun at a celebrity for the way they looked and for that matter, where was he when pretty much every stand up comedian ever made fun of a celebrity? The best bit about this comment is at the end when he blatantly makes fun of Joan’s plastic surgery. Nothing quite says stupid like contradicting yourself in your own white knight BAWWWW post.
- 1 year ago
In case you missed it, MRAs are trying to start #INeedMasculismBecause trending on Twitter, and awesome people are trolling the tag like it’s nobody’s business. This tweet here pretty much exemplifies, in my opinion, why men’s rights activism just shouldn’t exist.
You’re right. Men don’t need rights.
It’s not like their rapes are societally and legally ignored even more than women’s are, to the extent that the FBI doesn’t recognize Rape by Envelopment as rape. It’s not like male rape, especially in prison, is often considered a joke in the West, and men can be tried for homosexuality if they admit they were raped by other men in certain parts of the world. It’s not like there’s bias in the courts against them, such as longer sentences and more convictions, and in court cases it’s nearly impossible for a divorcing dad to get their kids away from an unfit mother. It’s not like mandatory Selective Service in the US is still legal, and the gov’t could start a draft on Monday and start conscripting men - and only men, despite women being allowed in combat. It’s not like laws and policies about domestic abuse basically amount to “assume the man is the bad guy”, meaning that male abuse victims find it nearly impossible to get their female partner arrested, regardless of damage. It’s not like the vast majority of DV shelters exclude men, despite multiple studies finding women initiate abuse at equal or greater rates than men (literally hundreds of them). It’s not like lawyers tell men that they can’t leave the house to get away from an abusive female partner if they plan to divorce her, because the judge will use it as evidence of him “abandoning” the kids (but not vice versa). It’s not like society tells men to suppress their pain, to risk and sacrifice their lives to support and protect their family, and make up the majority of suicide victims and the majority of workplace injuries. It’s not like the UK says it’s only legally rape when men do it, including when the victim is under 13. It’s not like the vast majority of victims of violence throughout history, both in and out of war, have been men, often being forced to fight and die in wars by law or force or both.
It is like that.
But those are all “petty annoyances”, right?
I do find it interesting, Noelle, how you don’t say MRAs are wrong, but that they “shouldn’t exist”. That the existence of a movement that thinks men are oppressed in any significant degree and works to end it shouldn’t exist. That these people who disagree with you shouldn’t exist, and should be silenced with all due haste. Not shown to be wrong, or publicly exposed as wrong, but just trolled and drowned out.
And I wonder what you, and your lot, are so afraid of people learning.
/not an MRA, believe all groups are screwed over in one way or another
//about to be personally attacked anyway
///not a single person attacking will be able to address any of my points beyond insisting “women have it worse” and mocking me without actually proving me wrong
////of course, if you can’t take a claim seriously, how do you know it’s actually wrong, and you’re not just so biased you’re incapable of thinking about it logically?
/////and why are most of the people who mock the idea that men are oppressed women?
Also women are icky and they smell
You can give it a fancy name and call it a mental health issue, but at the end of the day you’re just another attention seeking homosexual flooding the internet with photos of yourself in the same pose over and over.
I’m at the bus stop, and some guido douchebag in a thread sized singlet sees me cringing at his “fuck off we’re full” tattoo (it’s a racist Australian comment) and he turns around and says “THE FOOK YOU LOOKIN AT FEGGET”. He turns back around and gets side swiped by the bus rear view mirror. What a fun day today is.
- 1 year ago
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So I found this CD on the street today on my way to work, right? So I decided I’d bring it home and listen to it.
And it was the best decision I’ve ever made in my life.
I don’t normally say this
but everyone needs to stop and listen to this
Oh my god.
… this is so awesome I have no words for it. *boogies* ♥♥
What is this MAGIC!?
(via fruitsbat)Source: drn007