Valentine’s Day = Violence Day

Here are three amazingly unfunny jokes which I noticed when reading a misogynist forum that I visit (for practical info) occasionally.

It never fails to let me down. There is always, but absolutely always, some crass ‘joke’ about women that has all the men laughing in the aisles.

Reading things like this – under the heading of Valentine’s Gifts – just leave me wondering why radical feminism is not the norm.

1 I got my wife a new bag and new belt…

Can’t understand why she’s moaning, at least the hoover works now!

2 Got mine leather goods………A boot in the ar5e and a belt in the mooth!!

3 Bought mine a lovely high backed chair….. miserable cow wont plug it in though.

Woman as

1) Unpaid domestic slave
2) Someone to assault and physically abuse
3) Someone to kill

None of them are funny.

Women are not here to clean up after lazy idle men. They are not free cleaners. But that’s the least of the offensive jokes.

The other two are truly repugnant. Making jokes about violence against women, to the extent of killing them is not remotely witty, amusing, or clever.

Just sick, sad, and indicative of some very screwed-up thinking that goes on inside what purports to be brains inside some mens’ heads.

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2 Responses to Valentine’s Day = Violence Day

  1. yeah, heard some of these too, pretty awful, it seems we have not advanced much.

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  2. I just hope I have brought my two boys up not to think along these lines, and I know they don’t, because of how they act and are. But some fathers just hand it down to the sons, and on it all goes.

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