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Man Boobz: Bewildering MGTOWers since 2010. With kitties!

An MGTOWer-enraging Catbunny. Found on Reddit, in one of the few threads there not full of rape jokes.

The reviews are in! Man Boobz continues to confuse and enrage the Manospherians of the world. Over on MGTOWforums.com, Armageddon15 lays out this 2-point critique:

I went over to that pathetic excuse for a site to see what cherry picked articles they’ve been going through lately, and I have 2 things I’d like to bring up..

1. What the hell is it with that guy and animals? Posting pandas, cats, bears etc. Maybe he should post youtube videos about that full time instead of the shit he calls writing.

2. The comments on the articles are the most unorganized, random thing I’ve ever seen on a discussion board. I can’t even follow what the hell is going on. They go on tangents in every other comment in ways that don’t even relate to the original post. How do you even have a discussion over there? They got an end of the year troll award going on over there, but I don’t know how any troll has the patience to write on that site for any length of time without blowing his brains out.

Boogeyman is also bewildered by the comments here:

Yes, I’ve noticed he’ll get hundreds of comments from his hairy armpitted fans but only a small % have anything to do with the subject. His article will be about date rape and he’ll have 300 comments about coffee cake recipes and Lady Gaga’s fashion sense.

Huh. I think I missed that one. We did have one thread recently that suddenly veered off into a discussion of bra sizing. So there’s that.

But if what we’re doing here is causing so much consternation amongst the MGTOWers of the world, we clearly need to do more of it. And so, a video no MGTOWer can possibly rebut:

The rest of you: you know what to do!

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Pecunium
9 years ago

Here’s my contribution:

Navy Seamen and Stowaway Kittens

Viscaria
Viscaria
9 years ago

I really don’t get this door-holding thing. If I’m first through the door, I hold it until the people afterwards are through.

Well there’s this, which is (at least where I live) just basic politeness, and then there’s sweeping in front of someone to grab the door and letting them go first while you hold it. I think that’s what people are referring to when they talk about holding the door. I’ve gotten that treatment a lot on first dates, and more persistently from someone who considers himself the great defender of chivalry. I don’t much appreciate it, myself.

JohnnyBB
JohnnyBB
9 years ago

I have a weird door holding disorder. When I was a young boy my father drilled me on the finer points of chivalry and when I’d slip up, I’d be berated. So my chivalry isn’t the result of valor so much as it is hardwired programming. So I hold doors, offer to take coats, pull out chairs, do my “after you” and so forth.

This leads to a problem though that I’m always calculating the situation when there is a person behind me and a door approaching. “How many paces behind is it before you’ll be holding the door for an awkward period of time? Thinkthinkthinkthink — too late!” and you’re sitting there holding the door like an idiot while the person behind me walks the remaining 50 feet. Which I suppose is better than deciding that they’re too far away, and then holding the door for like 2 seconds then releasing, resulting in the door slamming right as they arrive to the doorframe. Both of these things happen to me, a lot.

darksidecat
darksidecat
9 years ago

I am back from vacation, just in time to raise your leg and arm hair quota back up to proper levels.

I also like Pearl Jam and don’t mind Creed. XD

Integral
Integral
9 years ago

I really don’t get this door-holding thing. If I’m first through the door, I hold it until the people afterwards are through.

Yeah, I tend to do this as well. But there are always some guys whose manhoods are threatened by this and they’ll awkwardly yank the door out of my hand to hold it open for me. One guy smacked me in the head in his haste to grab the door, no apologies. How chivalrous?

hellkell
hellkell
9 years ago

DSC, good to see you back!

Shadow
Shadow
9 years ago

@M Dubz

as a woman who does want to get married and have all the babies

Greedy feminist, leave some babies for the rest of us!! i bet you’re just trying to get in on this child support scam. Aren’t you, AREN’T YOU?!!!

Shadow
Shadow
9 years ago

@JohnnyBB

I have the same problem as you, except it was with both my rents. Thankfully they kept things like holding doors open very gender neutral so I have just as many awkward moments with men as I do with women

Kyrie
Kyrie
9 years ago

Thank God for this anti-feminist invention, the automatic door.

Shadow
Shadow
9 years ago

@Kyrie

I heard the development team’s motto (composed almost exclusively of MGTOWs) was “Farewell gynocracy, from hell’s heart I stab at thee”

Shadow
Shadow
9 years ago

BTW, can any grammar experts tell me if the bracketed part is in the right place. I would usually put it after “team”, but the contraction threw me off

Shadow
Shadow
9 years ago

And naturally I would fuck up my punctuation in the same sentence that I address the grammar experts!!

Snowy
Snowy
9 years ago

I’m not an expert but they look right to me. You could take “composed almost exclusively of MGTOWs” out of the sentence and it would still make sense where it wouldn’t if you’d put motto in the parentheses also.

Snowy
Snowy
9 years ago

Also, KHHHAAAAAANNNNNNNN!!!!! 😀

M Dubz
9 years ago

@ Shadow:

You’ve found me out! X(

Polliwog
Polliwog
9 years ago

BTW, can any grammar experts tell me if the bracketed part is in the right place. I would usually put it after “team”, but the contraction threw me off.

It doesn’t really work the way you have it – it says that the motto is composed of MGTOWs. The best way to put that sentence together would probably have been something like, “I heard the motto of the development team (which was composed almost exclusively of MGTOWs) was ‘Farewell gynocracy, from hell’s heart I stab at thee.'”

/grammarian

Shadow
Shadow
9 years ago

@M Dubz

I took my red pill today

*whistles “I’m a big kid now!”*

@Snowy

I completely forgot about Star Trek! The scene I had in mind was Burns turning off the Springfield Power Plant loll

@Polliwog

Cheers. I added the bracketed part afterwards and it kept rubbing me wrong because I read it like you said. I’m guessing that there’s no way that the contraction would work in that sentence.

QuantumSparkle
QuantumSparkle
9 years ago

Delurk!

@Viscaria

I find chivalry pretty irksome, myself. I expect people to help with doors for people in the nearby vicinity, either by holding the door or passing it to the next person, but chivalry seems to take that ordinary politeness and make a show of it. Being on the receiving end of chivalry, especially from a stranger, usually just makes me feel like a prop in some dude’s self-aggrandizing performance.

For example, with door-holding, if a man rushes up to get to the door first so he can hold it open for me, it seems like he’s not trying to be helpful, he’s just trying to show himself how gentlemanly he is. If he then nods at me and says “after you”, I say thank you like I’m *supposed* to, but all I can think is how smug he is.

Snowy
Snowy
9 years ago

@Shadow it’s originally from the end of Moby Dick so I thought you might be referring to that but I figured I’d go with the Star Trek because the whale doesn’t actually say anything back to him I don’t think. Sorry for leading you down the garden path with the grammar question! Can tell what you mean =/= correct grammar unfortunately.

Shadow
Shadow
9 years ago

@Snowy

Yeah, but I despised Moby Dick so I tend to block out the origins of the phrase. Were it not for people putting that phrase to such hilarious purposes, I would find that book irredeemable. No worries about the grammar, I just tend to be a little pedantic about my English :p

cynickal
cynickal
9 years ago

They got an end of the year troll award going on over there, but I don’t know how any troll has the patience to write on that site for any length of time without blowing his brains out.

Assumes facts not in evidence. We have yet to see that our trolls have brains to begin with.

Yes, I’ve noticed he’ll get hundreds of comments from his hairy armpitted fans but only a small % have anything to do with the subject.

I object to this. I actually don’t post hundreds of comments. And it’s a matter of male privilege that I don’t have to shave my armpits.
…or legs.
…or even face more than twice a week, but that’s more genetic, since I really don’t grow facial hair all that well.

The rest of you: you know what to do!

Derail the thread?
Post recipes?
Talk about the new kitten I got over the weekend?
Imbed 80’s videos?

hellkell
hellkell
9 years ago

You got a new kitten, cynickal? Pics, please!

cynickal
cynickal
9 years ago

This is about as still as we managed to get him.

hellkell
hellkell
9 years ago

He’s adorable! Looks kind of Siamese-ish, is he?

Magical Laura (@_magical_laura)

Hmm, I’ve had guys say ‘ladies first’ to me but never actually barge in front of me to hold the door open. Maybe I’m not enough of an alphaFUCK 😛

CassandraSays
CassandraSays
9 years ago

More kitties! If we talk about how cute the sailors are with them will that make the MRAs even more confused, since we’re supposed to hate men and all? Actually I think men cuddling cats is my Achilles Heel.

About the door holding thing, I do it automatically for anyone coming behind me if I notice them, and go out of my way to do it for anyone who seems like the door might present difficulties for them, eg someone carrying lots of bags, or someone who’s in a wheelchair, especially if the door doesn’t have an automatic opening button, or anyone holding or herding children, or elderly people. My parents brought me up to be polite and considerate, and door-holding is an extension of that. I can see why some women don’t like it if it’s only being done for women, but honestly it seems like a pick your battles kind of thing. Sure, it can be a result of benevolent sexism, but in terms of the sexism I encounter from strangers I’m not interested in confronting people about the stuff where they’re clearly not consciously trying to be demeaning or rude to women. I tend to save the public confrontations for times when men are being rude and sexist to me and they know it. Conversations about benevolent sexism tend to be most effective between people who already know each other.

belledame222
9 years ago

thread drift: FEMINAZI OPPRESSION.

those dudes must be so much fun at parties.

belledame222
9 years ago

This leads to a problem though that I’m always calculating the situation when there is a person behind me and a door approaching. “How many paces behind is it before you’ll be holding the door for an awkward period of time? Thinkthinkthinkthink — too late!” and you’re sitting there holding the door like an idiot while the person behind me walks the remaining 50 feet. Which I suppose is better than deciding that they’re too far away, and then holding the door for like 2 seconds then releasing, resulting in the door slamming right as they arrive to the doorframe. Both of these things happen to me, a lot.

Aw, dude. You, too? But I never got the chivalry drill. Just sort of…tense…about social politeness and personal physics. I think it has to do with being a klutz.

cynickal
cynickal
9 years ago

@HellKell, Yeah, he’s a “Lavender” point siamese. Right now we’re trying to get him to sleep through the night. He seems to have been taken from his mother early because he wants to “nurse” on fingers and noses.

Lauralot
Lauralot
9 years ago

In the time since I’ve left the apartment to go home for Christmas, my kitten has developed the hobby of biting onto human’s upper arms and hanging there.

CassandraSays
CassandraSays
9 years ago

Speaking of derails, has anyone else seen the latest live-action Pratchett movie? They filmed Going Postal, and it’s made of awesome. Stars the Welsh guy from Coupling and an actress I’ve never seen before but she’s perfect, and Charles Dance as The Patrician. Uncle Terry even makes an appearance at the end as a postman.

KathleenB
KathleenB
9 years ago

Our Kami was abandoned by her mother at about… I think we figured five or six weeks. She’s a year and a half old now and she still ‘suckles’ at our fleece blanket. With full grown claws that she refuses to let us trim.

There’s a reason we call her Crazypants.

hellkell
hellkell
9 years ago

Such a pretty kitty.

KathleenB, our Lilly was a bottle baby, and she still suckles fleece, but her favorite is the ratty old cashmere sweater I wear around the house. When a 16 lb., fully clawed cat wants to suckle the arm of your sweater, you let her.

CassandraSays
CassandraSays
9 years ago

What is it with cats and sweaters anyway? Mine invaded my bed for a while just because I had a sweater drying at the foot of it. She was superglued to that damn sweater for weeks.

Now I have to figure out how to remove all the white hair from a dark green sweater so that I can wash it. I’m thinking sticky tape will do it.

hellkell
hellkell
9 years ago

Do you have a sticky tape lint roller, Cassandra? Those work pretty well. Also, a damp sponge can work, but that’s probably better for de-furring furniture.

KathleenB
KathleenB
9 years ago

Hellkell: Luckily, she’s small, even full grown. Or mostly full grown. But she’ll jump up on the bed while I’m reading, climb onto my hip and stare at me until I arrange the blanket so she can suckle. And knead. And shove her head under the Kindle.

CassandraSays
CassandraSays
9 years ago

I don’t, but I should probably get one. This cat has the thickest hair I’ve ever seen though – when she sheds it turns into these little wool-like clumps that get caught in the vacuum cleaner.

thebewilderness
thebewilderness
9 years ago

I think people who thrust themselves in front of you to hold the door for you are indulging in a double revers with a twist act of public dominance in the guise of courtesy.
The tradition of holding doors for women started in a period when their dress fashions were such that they were unable to get close enough to the door in order to open it themselves.
Prior to that time the matter of precedence was determined by rank, age and affluence and marital status. The lowest status person held the door.
As a matter of common courtesy in this area we hold the door for peeps who are carrying stuff even if it takes a mo for them to get there. For everyone else it seems to be about an eight foot limit. There seem to be variations of the custom in different areas of the country. Perhaps depending on how much of the heat or cooling one is willing to let out.

Need to know
9 years ago

Our cat recently got up on my desk, into an open drawer, pulled out my just-finished-knitting alpaca shawl, dragged it into the hallway and made it into a cozy nest in front of the bedroom door. The Spousal Unit found him there when he got up and woke me up to come look.

It was *almost* funny enough and cute enough to make me not want to throttle the cat.

Dracula
Dracula
9 years ago

Weird story about door holding: I was on my was into the library once, and an old man was walking up beside me. When I got to the top I stopped and stood to one side of the landing for moment. I forget why; I think I was checking on texts or something.

So he keeps going and opens the door while I’m standing a good 8-10 feet away, not moving. I look over and he’s glaring at me and holding the door open. So I’m standing there with no intention of going through the door yet and he starts angrily gesturing at me to walk in.

The dude was PISSED that I failed to take him up on his polite gesture, despite the fact that I was obviously intent on staying where I was. It was a bit confusing.

Dracula
Dracula
9 years ago

*on my [way]*

Nova
Nova
9 years ago

I have a nursey cat too, but I’m not sure why, as she was a shelter kitty and I adopted her when she was 5. But, she’s picky. She’ll only nurse on the shoulder of my bathrobe or the microfleece sheets. She’ll climb onto my shoulder, meow a little and then settle down to knead and bury her face in my robe. Cutest thing ever, to me, but my male cat thinks she’s a nut.

As far as holding the door, I do it and I appreciate when it’s done for me. I’ve always viewed it as a common human courtesy, rather than something that men are supposed to do for women. I get some really odd reactioons in the retirement community that my parents live in, but people seem to appreciate it just the same.

gem
gem
9 years ago

Ack, used my real name instead of my usual online name and now my comment’s in moderation! Sorry, David.

Here’s the comment:

@Need to Know, I feel your pain regarding the just-finished alpaca shawl. So far my cats have been kind enough not to take any of my knitted items (and have rejected the cat blankets I knit them *sniff*). I live in fear, though, that I will bring home The Right Yarn for them to love. Can the shawl be saved?

cynickal
cynickal
9 years ago

@Need to Know, OK, that’s FUNNY!

KathleenB
KathleenB
9 years ago

Luckily, our cats don’t seem to care much for my crochet. They’ve been known to pull clothes off hangers, though. My lovely wool coat was a disaster area of cat hair, I ended up using half a roll of Gorilla Tape to get it off. Mostly.

katz
9 years ago

I get some really odd reactioons in the retirement community that my parents live in, but people seem to appreciate it just the same.

Holding doors for the elderly really just seems like common courtesy. You know, people who might actually have trouble getting through a door otherwise (say, with a walker).

Viscaria
Viscaria
9 years ago

My boyfriend figures his cats were probably taken from their mom too soon, and that’s why one of them never learned how to properly groom himself, bless his little heart. He’ll start to get uncomfortable and twitch for a few hours, but if bf doesn’t notice in time or is at work or something, kitty gets agitated and starts tearing about the place, freezing somewhere, running at full speed, freezing again, biting anxiously at his back claws. 20 lbs of manic fur. Then you have to pin him down long enough to give him a good brush, after which he’ll be fine for at least a few days.

Viscaria
Viscaria
9 years ago

Bf grooms him on a regular basis, twitches or not, of course. But it doesn’t always control kitty’s fits for a couple reasons. He’s hard to groom because he loves the brush so much he wants to snuggle it and be its best friend, so sometimes the grooming isn’t as complete as it should be; and his discomfort doesn’t happen at any sort of regular interval, so a grooming schedule that works most of the time doesn’t work all of the time.

Just thought I’d clarify in case I’d accidentally made my partner look like a negligent pet owner.

zhinxy
9 years ago

WELCOME BACK DSC!

VoiP
VoiP
9 years ago

Yes, I’ve noticed he’ll get hundreds of comments from his hairy armpitted fans but only a small % have anything to do with the subject. His article will be about date rape and he’ll have 300 comments about coffee cake recipes and Lady Gaga’s fashion sense.

Is this commenter aware what “hanging out” even looks like? I notice this a bunch with these guys–either they have no friends, or they think that being Serious About A Cause means that you can’t just chill with people on the internet.

Also, stripey-Meezes are the best Meezes.