How did I spend A Day Without a Woman?

Yesterday was the Hateful Harpies in Pussy Hats “Day without a Woman.”

Or, as I call it, “Wednesday.”

And how did I celebrate it?

Why, I’m glad you asked.

I ignored them.

I didn’t write about it, tweet about – nothing.

And as much as we may have hoped, this supposed “Day Without a Woman” was not an opportunity to be free of these wretched scolds.

Not at all.

Instead, they marched, protested and generally got in everyone’s faces.

What part of the word “without” do these gals not understand?

Like the song lyrics say, “How can I miss you if you won’t go away?”

As yet, we have not enjoyed an actual Day Without a Woman because they won’t leave.

And the organizers?

Well, let’s just say they’re not the brightest stars in the firmament.


Um. Okay. I’ll give you a moment or two to figure out who births the other half of the population.

This tweet has yet to be deleted. Which only confirms these gals are not too bright.

Meanwhile, the dolts protesting in New York City got themselves arrested after attempting to block traffic.

Which only proves that women make traffic miserable even when they’re not behind the wheel.

Audrey Radenberg at the Federalist gave the perfect description of this idiotic “Day Without a Woman.”

The title of her piece says it all.

The Women’s Strike is a Self-Indulgent Day for Privileged Females.

Self-indulgent is the perfect description.

How else would you define a supposed day WITHOUT women that is just one more opportunity for these crones to get in our faces and demand that we pay attention to them?

But can I confess something?

I really hope they never go away.

No, not because I’m a glutton for punishment.

But because these women are doing the heavy-lifting for us.

The more ubiquitous they become, the more obnoxious they are, the more Americans are going to be turned off by their incessant nagging.

And I put that in the Win column.

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2 thoughts on “How did I spend A Day Without a Woman?

  • March 9, 2017 at 1:18 pm

    “who births the other half of the population?” Clones. They’re everywhere!

    • March 9, 2017 at 1:31 pm

      There was this episode of “Just Shoot Me” where Wendy Malik’s character was complaining because she had two events to go to at the same time and she couldn’t do both. One of them was a protest against human cloning. And as she was bitching about not being able to go to both she said, “Oh, sometimes I wish there were two of me!” OMG! That made me laugh out loud.

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