By Wyatt Earp | June 11, 2011
Send in the sluts.
In a move right out of the Twilight Zone, women across the planet are taking part in SlutWalks – marches where the participants dress as slutty as possible before yelling at the men who stare at them. The SlutWalks are supposed to be empowering.
To whom, I have no idea.
The latest desperate bid for attention by publicity-starved feminists is to sponsor SlutWalks – events at which scantily clad women take to the streets enmasse to claim their “right” to dress and behave however they want or to go anywhere at any time without the risk of being sexually assaulted or deemed to be streetwalkers. Granted, the feminists have gotten a lot of mileage out of their attempt to displace the romance of Valentine’s Day with their crude and brassy V-Day performances but if anything illustrates just how outrageous and passe the movement has become, it is the feminists’ delusional attempt to take back the term “slut.” (H/T – Ferrell Gummitt)
Taking it back? Wow, they must have seen Clerks 2.
British consumers have a nasty habit of serving their dinner guests food that has been dropped on the floor or past the recommended date for its sale and consumption, a new survey showed Friday.
The poll of 2,000 consumers, commissioned by Italian pasta brand Giovanni Rana, found 15 percent of respondents admitted to serving “floor pie,” food that had fallen on the floor, and 10 percent knowingly made a feast for guests using goods well past their sell-by date.
Oh, they so stole this from The Simpsons!
Mmm, floor pie!