90 Types of Bitches

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  1. RilkeanHeart says:

    It’s probably part of or a continuation of this song by Drunken Master. Skip ahead to 2:00 to hear the female lament.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3FO0oXbUKg

  2. Yamara says:

    Can you really be a bigot by misinterpretation? Doesn’t bigotry require intent?

    Bigotry only requires ignorance. Defending it only requires willful ignorance.

     

    dman #78 “…the implicitly inferior gender”

    If that is your chosen worldview, then you can choose to see it that way.

    I choose to recognize the negative behaviour pattern that word evokes. Which is, deliberately and intentionally, an insult in its own right. etc.

    Taking pride in choosing ignorance of bigotry doesn’t make it go away, either. One might almost say such reasoning has retarded positive behaviour, such as on the internet, or in perennial schoolyard disslists.

    For instance, your argument would neatly eliminate the ability to enforce any rules against “sexist” commenting, since you could “choose” whatever expression to “recognize”. The site owners and admins have rightfully taken responsibility for these choices.

     

    to “our youngest posters”

    As for the ‘you must be all too old to be thinkin dat bidness’, I haven’t seen any counter-arguments here that are any different from centuries of chauvinism, racism, and unexamined privilege. Deep Time gonna bust yo ass, chile.

     

    blueelm #79

    I prefer “Virago” as the new “empowerment” term.

    “Bitch” is ultimately just a female dog. I’m sure the American Kennel Club has a longer and more sophisticated list than this one.

  3. Deidzoeb says:

    The incorrect spelling on type #11 is interesting. Could be “hoochie” bitches or “Ho Chi” bitches (Vietnamese or old school Communist bitches?).

  4. Anonymous says:

    This is just depressing. I wish all the hippies would come back and share the love. Or that we had a society of respect. RESPECT.

  5. Neon Tooth says:

    “Got all that mouth but can’t step bitch”

    Love it!!!

  6. Rose Queen says:

    Nice to know misogyny begins so early in life…oh, wait, I think I already knew that.

    • blueelm says:

      Yeah it is. And to those trying to argue that “bitches” isn’t misogynistic is ridiculous. Don’t be silly. This is no less misogynist than the use of “fag” on the chans is homophobic or attempting to differentiate between types of “n*ggers” even when it’s in-group. Or “that’s gay” for example. Just because it’s become common doesn’t mean the word does not imply what it implies.

      Use these words if you like, but don’t pretend they don’t mean what they do. To call a man a bitch is to challenge his masculinity.

      Dick isn’t the same because it refers to the privileged class, much like cracker or whitey.

      Bitch is semi-empowered, but at the same time it’s still used to refer usually to a woman who doesn’t keep in line, know her place… and usually to mean a whore. After all remember bitches are also guys who take it up the ass. As in, prison bitch.

      Use whatever words you want, but don’t be intellectually dishonest about them. Bitch is misogynistic. N*gger is racist. F*g is homophobic. So is “that’s gay” as well.

      Some members of these groups may defiantly use the word, but it doesn’t make the word not discriminatory. Some members of these groups may find the terms offensive. Either way though the words do, undeniably, originate as terms to denigrate disempowered groups.

      You can like it all you want, but when some one calls me a bitch I don’t appreciate it and if my 3rd grader was making a list of bitches I would tell her the history of the word and ask her if she wanted to be a part of that kind of hate.

      The list is a little funny, because kids are kids. It’s also sad, and I hope the girl who wrote this lives a better life than the list implies she expects for herself and maybe looks back someday and tells a funny story about this “list of bitches” she wrote one time.

      • nutbastard says:

        “Just because it’s become common doesn’t mean the word does not imply what it implies.”

        You mean just because it’s a colloquialism whose meaning is flexible that doesn’t mean others won’t mistakenly construe an alternate meaning?

        Can you really be a bigot by misinterpretation? Doesn’t bigotry require intent? I fail to see any validity in the idea that one can actually BE bigoted on accident. One could be PERCEIVED as a bigot on accident, but in that case the error is that of the listener, not the speaker. Being perceived as a bigot isn’t the same as being one – people perceived others all the time.

      • nutbastard says:

        “Bitch is semi-empowered, but at the same time it’s still used to refer usually to a woman who doesn’t keep in line, know her place… and usually to mean a whore. After all remember bitches are also guys who take it up the ass. As in, prison bitch.”

        It is more commonly a synonym for ‘nag’…

  7. _OM_ says:

    …You know, there’s 90 bitches but my problem ain’t one of’em.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Super fascinating.

    What strikes me the most about this conversation is that for all your learning and acuity, none of you knows what a bitch is any better than whoever wrote this list. Every shade of feeling surrounding gender is evoked, and little kids understand these things even without words. The paternalism coming from some quarters is staggering.

    Much nuance to the shades of meaning is presented above while we all spin our wheels at the vulgarity. For me, bitch gets it’s meaning from the behavior of dogs in heat. The problem with bitches is really more of a problem with unfixed males just as much… an fun Caduceus type of trouble which is the fault of both sides.

    This is a question of respect for the autonomy of kids. None of you doubt that there exist adults with worse ideas than this. We are disabused of our wild ideas by experience. If this was really the work of a 3rd grader she will have terrible wisdom by the time she leaves our education system.

    Wanna blame something? blame hip hop. This vulgar tripe is normal now.

  9. w000t says:

    Never mind the diagrams, I’d love to see an illustration project like that done for John Hodgman’s hoboes.

  10. schmod says:

    Oh man. That first one reminds me of one of my favorite XKCDs.

    • querent says:

      that is also one of my all time, old school xkcd favorites. i had difficult functioning for some weeks after first seeing that sweet ass-shit.

      (yikes. that got more scatological than i usually roll.)

  11. Anonymous says:

    Actually, the male version of ‘bitch’ is “asshole” (when have you ever heard a woman called an asshole?). Are there lists of the X kinds of assholes in the world? Yes, indeed there are: check any bookstore for books about how to spot a toxic bachelor, or consider Maureen Dowd’s ‘Are Men Necessary?’, or a hundred other examples, Yamara.

    This kind of thing exists all over the place from both genders, directed at both genders, and most of us shrug it off. The only thing that’s striking about this is that it comes from someone so young.

  12. Tdawwg says:

    Ah, the missing page 4 of the Bitchologue: wonder what this lost masterpiece contains?

    (BTW, not a fanatic of the B-word, just using the author’s language, yep yep….)

  13. theboredom says:

    Pretty sure that list was inspired by this song:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZV-2DzdWlVY

  14. jima says:

    I just *know* someone’s gonna start a 90 Types of Bitches illustration group on Flickr….

  15. PixelFish says:

    Whee. Sign me up for the humorless feminist bitches Venn diagram. (Not in the list, but was probably in the missing page.)’Cuz it’s just high-larious that somebody, presumably a third grader, went to the trouble of making a list about the ways women and girls don’t conform to social norms or behaviours expected of them. I somehow doubt the average third grader is making such a list through the lens of irony.

    • phisrow says:

      Based on the “bitches that be trying to steal your man” entry, among a few others, the writer would appear to be female. She appears to be doing patriarchy’s grunt work wholly without irony, as you note.

      However, I’d say that a fair chunk of these are more about class or race than about sex or gender per se.

  16. morgonmae says:

    Xeni, so glad to hear you’re not using the word “retard” anymore. I enjoy your work, but I don’t understand why this is any funnier than “90 Types of N——.”

  17. Anonymous says:

    There’s a part of me that can’t stop laughing at this.

    There’s another part that is very sad that a third-grader could write something so oozing with hatred.

  18. dhalgren says:

    Zuludaddy you just made my night referencing 88 LINES.

  19. Gunn says:

    Your friend’s cousin found this? Right…. Must be a great charter school: those 3rd graders sure can spell.

  20. Christovir says:

    Let me also say, the world needs many more “Geeken bitches.” Thank you, women of Boing Boing, for making the world a better (and more “Geeken”) place :)

  21. expletive undeleted says:

    UK calling: How old are third-graders? Eight? That is nuts.

  22. Xeni Jardin says:

    Oh please. I don’t celebrate the use of the word, nor do I encourage its use in a hateful way. But I think the chart is a weird and fascinating little artifact. Presumably, a 3rd grader created this. It’s interesting to me in the way that bathroom graffiti is.

  23. jlar says:

    To butthurt commenters: if this were a list of 90 types of dickheads, would you be singing your distaste for the misandry that alleged 3rd graders are exhibiting these days? Dickheads are men who do things the speaker doesn’t like, described by an epithet that reduces them to their most basic evolutionary purpose. Bitches are women who do things the speaker doesn’t like, described by an epithet that reduces them to their most basic evolutionary purpose. Harsh? Yes. Uncivilized? Some would say so. Misogynist? In this case, I say definitely not. Substitute the phrase “females I don’t like” for the word “bitch(es)” and give me a cogent argument as to why the list is misogynist. I’m interested in hearing it, but am not confident that it will be convincing.

    • Yamara says:

      And yet, jlar… it is not a list of types of dickheads.

      Such a list-of-dickheads seems invented for the sake of argument, but remains noticeably uninvented and therefore uncirculated by all the not-misandrists out there. Sadly, the evidence for gendered hate is demonstrably one-sided.

      I’m afraid I have to second spider’s observation that this seems to violate BoingBoing’s own non-sexist-remarks policy. I know it’s the article itself, but how can one then comment on it within the policy?

      There are simply better ways to be equal to the boys, Xeni.

      • dman says:

        So extant lists of douches, guidos, dorks, wankers, pricks, dicks or bastards I have met do not exist anywhere? A 3rd (or 6th)-graders scrawls on a schoolbook have more weight in your mind than a published (and quite good) work? Or are lists of negative male sub-types, stereotypes (and epithets) so common you don’t notice them at all?

        “b-word”s describe persons whose actions are irritating in certain ways. Generically, those persons are traditionally and implicitly female, yeah, yet most times I’ve heard that epithet in the last decade it’s been describing … ah, shall-we-say folk who are only physically male. Heck Jimmy Carr is the biggest bitch I can think of right now.

        Only the folk who internally make the very connection they are railling against – that (all women == bitches) are the ones that can’t see that “bitches” describes a restricted subset of humanity that is less that the full set of folk it could apply to. That’s a serious logical flaw.
        To leap from “there are some ‘can’t keep a man bitches’” (sic) to “this girl thinks all women are bitches” is a huge, illogical, (maybe misogynistic) leap. The very existence of a list that enumerates “types” of bitches implies the existence of people (females) who are not these types of bitches. Scientific or anthropological classification like this opens up ways we can identify the difference between ‘holier-than-thou-reactionary-PC-bitches’ and folk who are not holier-than-thou-reactionary-PC-bitches.

        I can say “Some folk behave like dicks” without being irretrievably misandrist. I can say somebody is behaving like a “bitch” without making an all-encompassing statement about womenkind in general.
        By narrowing the classifications down, this juvenile list is actually a step towards useful E-Prime statements like “this specific behaviour seems bitchy” and away from “this person is essentially ‘a’ bitch”.
        As such it demonstrates a useful way of thinking!

        • Anony Mouse says:

          Isn’t the describing of males as ‘bitches’ an attack upon their masculinity, downgrading them to the implicitly inferior gender?

          • dman says:

            ,,, the implicitly inferior gender

            If that is your chosen worldview, then you can choose to see it that way.

            I choose to recognize the negative behaviour pattern that word evokes. Which is, deliberately and intentionally, an insult in its own right. A woman or a man can behave like a “bitch”. And be called out for it. In neither case is it a good thing. In neither case is it that much worse.
            It’s an intentional insult, for sure. But choosing to associate all womenkind with that insult is something that happens in your own head. It’s actually describing a subset.

            “Dick” is an insult that pretty much means “male that is behaving in a way I don’t like”, yet calling someone a “dick” doesn’t say “I hate all males”. “Bitch” means “female that behaves in a way I don’t like” yet calling someone a “bitch” doesn’t mean that “all females are “implicitly inferior” – to use your chosen assumption.
            Just that this one pisses me off at the moment, …and our language often uses colorful gender-specific pronouns. Especially when coming up with creative insults.

            Not all women are bitches, mmkay? Yet many folk described as bitches are women. These two statements are not co-dependant or anything. Jumping from one to the other only shows your own assumptions and prejudices.
            The presence of the word “bitch” in the English language is only as significant as the presence of the word “dick” . Many folk described as dicks are male. It’s impolite to use either to someones face, but neither means you are inherently sexist for using gender-specific words. Just that you are using a gender specific word. And being deliberately insulting to whoever, of whatever gender.

          • jjasper says:

            Why yes, yes it is. Same as “pussy” being a term used to call someone weak or cowardly. We have non gendered means of talking about these things, but people choose to use gendered ones. And seemingly, it’s OK to use this in a funny way. So long as it’s, y’know, not hateful.

            Personally, like Chris Rock, I think there’s one time people get to use that language.

    • Suds says:

      Yo! many commenters are showing their age, lol.
      “Bitches” =/= women. In fact, at my school most of the times it is used in reference to MALES. Xeni, keep posting bitch’n posts and don’t worry about bitches who bitch.

      • Yamara says:

        Bitches” =/= women

        So… bitches 8) and 10) are gay men?

        Or rival slaveholders?

        Yeah, yeah, I know. Kid logic. Those lovable asexual scamps.

        • Suds says:

          point taken. I was trying to say, The word is not exclusive to women (or gay men). It is open to all! I have heard it used as a greeting to friends, “Whaz up? Mah Bitches!”. Maybe its an age-gap thing? Sorry, didn’t mean to offend.

  24. Anonymous says:

    Aside from hoes and tricks, bitches tend to not be shit.

    Moderator note; If you’re not familiar with the referenced lyrics, please don’t have a brain bleed over this comment.

  25. absimiliard says:

    Looks to me like a paraphrase from “Dusk to Dawn”. (someone correct me if I’m mis-remembering the movie title)

    -abs remembers Cheech in that movie, oooh, and Selma Hayek, yeah . . .. . vampire Selma Hayek . . . . . . .

  26. Anonymous says:

    Maybe there should be a list of all bitches that do not appear on any lists…

    • querent says:

      “Maybe there should be a list of all bitches that do not appear on any lists…”

      Russell’s Paradox ftw!

  27. Alek says:

    I find it funny how nobody notices the hipocrisy here. Why is there such a huge uproar to this as being offensive yet similiar lists or attacks of “jerks” are seen as empowerment?

    Why is the b-word misoginy, but women reffering to guys as jerks is not? It’s the EXACT same thing!!

  28. castewar says:

    90 types of bitches, but problem ain’t one…

  29. Avram / Moderator says:

    You’d know it was ironic if it included “bitches belonging to the emperor”, “bitches drawn with a very fine camelhair brush”, “bitches included in the present classification”, and “bitches that from a long way off look fly”.

    • Anony Mouse says:

      Where I come from, the latter example is known as a ‘low resolution fox’ aka ’8-bitch’.

      Howabout ‘Bitches what get wit yo’ homies, but then you realise it was just whitey fuckin’ wit ya’?

    • Anonymous says:

      I smirked appreciatively at “bitches belonging to the emperor,” then I almost neglected to read the rest of the comment, already knowing what was coming.

      Then you hit me with “bitches that from a long way off look fly.” Serious giggle-snort material.

      You, my friend, have made my day.

    • piminnowcheez says:

      win

    • Rick says:

      @Avram, #14

      Or more like:

      The bitch as described in bitch 60, drawn with a very fine camelhair brush.

    • querent says:

      “bitches belonging to the emperor”

      lol!

      not to be weird, but this is one of those places where the absurdity of progressive taboo shows. I don’t think we should be more up-tight about this word–this is pretty funny–I think we should be less up-tight about all words.

      anywho. be good all.

  30. Anonymous says:

    This is why BB is king.

  31. blueelm says:

    Well that’s depressing.

  32. License Farm says:

    Paging John Hodgman: we have the new 700 list for your next book.

  33. Anonymous says:

    Intent may, in some cases, be required in order for a person to be labeled a bigot. But intent is never required for a word or action to spread bigotry. People unintentionally spread bigotry of all kinds all the damn time. If every bit of racism, sexism, homophobia, etc. came only from people who actually aspired to be prejudiced, we’d have a much simpler world.

    And yes, “bitches” has come to mean all of womankind. Rap culture and porn culture have pretty much established this fact.

    It doesn’t matter if you are only directing it at some people, any more than it matters if you are directing the “n” word at some blacks and not others.

    The difference between “bitch” and “dickhead” is also the same difference between the “n” word and “cracker.” The idea that the latter has anywhere near the same kind of destructive power as the former is to deny all historical and social context.

  34. Christovir says:

    I guarantee you a 3rd grader did not write this. As someone who has spent a fair amount of time around elementary school age kids, I can tell you 3rd grade hand writing is almost never this neat, nor spelling as good (I know this still has a lot of problems, but it would be exceptional for 3rd grade.) Also, the details of sexual relationships described exceed what even the most debauched 3rd grader would know of (how many 3rd graders complain that they “can’t keep a man” or “can only get dirty boys?”) This was the work of an older sibling or parent.

    About the b-word… not a huge fan, but relatively harmless as these things go. If you’re going to censor it on discrimination grounds, then almost every other insulting word would need to go with it for the same reason.

    • Xeni Jardin says:

      Christovir, I think you’re right. I don’t spend a lot of time around third graders, but the complexity and the language, not to mention the penmanship, make that seem impossible. Must have been an older child, or a teen or adult. Kind of wish I knew the whole story.

      Reminds me of the tradition of “the dozens,” as a friend noted.

    • Anonymous says:

      It’s actualy very possible that a third grader wrote this. You would be suprised at how much third graders know just from observing people and the things they say. Third graders actualy know much more than they should at the age of eight, I know personally that i knew to much at that age. In third grade I could have written something similar to this because me and my friends talked about similar things. You cant assume just because they are young that they are cluless to the world around them.

    • Chocolatey Shatner says:

      I beg to differ. I also work at an elementary school, and that handwriting could totally be the work of a third grade girl, especially one that is taking her time to craft a publishable piece (though I doubt she was writing this to include in her school portfolio).

      As for the notion that it’s too prurient for a third-grader to know about, yesterday we had a first-grader write a two-page letter (front and back) to a boy in her class asking him to “feel her tits” and if she could “touch his member”, among other things.

      • Christovir says:

        As soon as children can speak or write, they tell of private parts (their own and others), what they guess to be sexual acts, and so forth, so it is no surprise that a first grader would know of such things. But this letter is about much more than naughty bits and vague desires; it is full of an angst and insecurity that only puberty can bring, followed by a complex knowledge of how many relationships tend to develop. My guess is this was written by an older child or teenager, and a 3rd grader found it amusing and curious enough to show her friends.

        Interesting post, full of commentary about all aspects of youth, sexuality, and sexism in modern society.

        • Xeni Jardin says:

          Once again, I think you’ve nailed it on all fronts. Agree with your hypothesis about its origin, and why it’s an interesting thing to pick apart (and post on BB!)

      • Anonymous says:

        RE this first grade girl writing such sexualised and explicit things – very strong chance this child is being abused or at least exposed to something unusual, worth looking into in an extremely delicate way.

      • Anonymous says:

        You may have done this already, but please consider reporting this to the police or Child Protection Services. Explicit knowledge of sexual acts for a child that young is a pretty strong indicator that the child may have been sexually abused.

  35. greengestalt says:

    Hey, one way to look at it is dat classic Rap song;

    “I got 99 problems but a bitch ain’t one…”:-)

  36. dagfooyo says:

    Next, Ape Lad needs to illustrate these.

  37. tkahvesi says:

    Have you looked at 3rd-grader handwriting lately? No way this is 3rd-grader handwriting. Even more so if we’re all going to leap to the conclusion that these are cro-magnon no-good rotten 3rd-graders who aren’t doing well in school.

    But it can still be an anthropologically fascinating document. I’m guessing minimum 6th or 7th grade, but probably even a little higher, considering the combination of wit, language comprehension, pop-culture slavishness, and mindless misogyny on display here.

  38. germ says:

    Just looking at the handwriting, it’s pretty obvious that they’re not third graders. Most lil kids write much bigger than that. They’ve got third grade level spelling skills, though.

  39. Anonymous says:

    I wrote and recorded a song called Fishy Bitches in response to this: check it out at http://5252project.com/post/466619857/52-52-project-week-12-song-12-fishy-bitches

  40. mccrum says:

    This should be sent into Found magazine as well.

  41. uselessly pedantic says:

    aka, “list-makin bitches”

  42. thatbob says:

    Considering that this is already missing at least one page (comprising bitches #44-58), there is simply no reason to assume that this enumeration of bitchtypes concludes with the ninetieth.

    (Also: bitch #62 is totes my gf.)

  43. Enormo says:

    Hold on a second…

    They forgot, “Bitches who create lists of types of bitches”

  44. Antinous / Moderator says:

    Photoshopped. I have seen many third-grade lists and this one is definitely shopped. I can tell by the hanging enumeration.

  45. dalesd says:

    Re: #4, Fishy Bitches, have a listen to PodCastle #94, The Mermaid’s Tea Party. http://podcastle.org/2010/03/02/podcastle-93-giant-episode-the-mermaids-tea-party/

  46. seide says:

    Dn’t frgt “ll ptght n sns f hmr tkng thmslvs t srsly bcs thy tk Gndr Stds clss thnkng thy r ll wr nd gnn schl vryn wth thr md psd-nlytcl prrtng sklz bt stll ncnscsly z nvr-lvd-t ptrnzng nttld prvlg btchs.”

    • blueelm says:

      If you’re talking about me then address me. You know nothing shit about my life and where I come from. It shows.

    • blueelm says:

      Actually I’ll say more. Your comment clearly illustrates my point. You type, marginalize, and define a group and demean them as bitches. Not only bitches, but anyone who makes this argument gets called not just a bitch, but a whole host of other associations you make with the type of woman that might see that comment as misogynistic.

      Why? For voicing an opinion you don’t like? I notice you don’t have anything to offer by way of a point. Just calling some women bitches. I suppose that is your point. Some bitches deserve to be called bitches. Yes?

      Because all feminists are one color, and one ethnic group, and one social class right? Oh yes, and they’re all bitches.

      When confronted you can say “haha only joking” and whine about people not having a sense of humor.

  47. fenderbasher says:

    (FTA) To me, it reads like a rap song. It’s got this *flow* to it.

    Sounds like a Blowfly rap to me…

  48. Anonymous says:

    3rd graders having those concepts already taking root in their heads?

    Something must be really wrong with me because I find this scary and disappointing, not funny.

  49. Grant Barrett says:

    I can’t be the only person who googled a couple of these, can I? Here’s a version of the same list from 2009:

    http://s10.zetaboards.com/SOTF_V2/topic/603683/1/

    • Joe says:

      Good find, Grant. So either the third graders found the older list and copied it out, or someone is trying to re-run an old story.

  50. Glossolalia Black says:

    I grew up in D.C. This is the handwriting of at least a sixth grader, or a very precocious younger girl. And, let me tell you, a lot of the girls from my old neighborhood were some grown-ass ladies.

    I found a similarly filthy list outside of a younger persons school in Oxford. (I don’t remember how it’s referred to in England, but, like, Kindergarten through Eighth Grade-aged kids went to this school.)

    Long live penmanship, yo.

  51. lost feliz says:

    this must be a trend. I live across the street from a high school and found this in December…
    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=876049&l=120be6af74&id=1249393006

  52. tomservojr says:

    Any mods care to explain why my previous comment was deleted? It certainly didn’t violate BB commenting policies.

    • Antinous / Moderator says:

      Off-topic, thread-dragging, obnoxious.

    • Enormo says:

      Any mods care to explain why my previous comment was deleted? It certainly didn’t violate BB commenting policies.

      Ooo! Bitches who complain about their comment being deleted!

  53. Antinous / Moderator says:

    Is this tagged as ‘funny’? Did I miss some invisible cyber-ink? It’s tagged as ‘WTF’.

  54. deltaverde says:

    Hiphop version of “88 Lines About 44 Women”?

  55. Anonymous says:

    I’m sorry. But when I was in third grade. My handwriting was better than this. I was an only child and one of the things that I did as kid was doodle and scribble and practice my handwriting. By the time, I was in 8th grade I had perfected my signature the one I use today as an adult.

    Don’t underestimate this kid.

  56. spider says:

    To quote the text immediately above this comment box “Please don’t make racist, sexist or homophobic remarks or use associated offensive terms.” Just in the folks at BoingBoing didn’t already know, the word “bitch” is an epithet.

    Sometimes, not even all the time, I find it annoying to sit down at the computer expecting to read silly articles about steampunk screwdrivers, Helvitica fonts, and electronics, and instead I find a big steaming pile of “Women are scum, even eight year olds think so.”

    Fuck you BoingBoing. I didn’t do anything to deliberately piss you off today and I didn’t deserve this.

    • stegodon says:

      sometimes, not all the time, i find it remarkable that people can be incensed by the most innocuous things.

      you, internet person, are incredibly fortunate that you exist in an environment so comfortable that something like this can actually make you upset.

      concern havin’ bitches.

  57. zikman says:

    what does #32 mean?

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