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On the Viscosity of Women (Comments I Don't Let Through, Part 327)

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This blog gets more than its share of drive-by comments by trollish sorts who deposit little turds and then wander back to their sad corner of the internet. I don’t let most of them through, but sometimes they are too good to keep to myself. And by “good” I mean whatever synonym for “terrible” this comment deserves:

Submitted on 2015/01/18 at 9:49 am  It is not acceptable to point out anything negative about women. It is also not acceptable to point out anything positive about men. Women are so coddled anymore in all they do that they have lost touch with reality. Women are viscous, miserable, self promoting, self proclaimed victims. They cry about anything negative they have to contend with and directly blame men for creating whatever it may be. Women suck. I love watching females fail. The best vindication is to watch them to do things on their own. Women are train wrecks, especially without guidance. They are worse than children because as adults they have the means to be real problems but still have the mentality of the children they never grew up from being. They deserve to be treated like the trash they are.

Say what you will about Love Being Right here, but unlike most of his misogynist buddies he’s awfully concise. He covers all the basics here, and then some! Whatever will we do about all these viscous women?

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Dan kasteray
Dan kasteray
6 years ago

He likes watching females fail. How does a human being reach a point where they hate half of all human beings in the world? What makes people like him?

chaltab
chaltab
6 years ago

Sarah Palin is an ignorant hypocrite who couldn’t handle governing Alaska yet thought she could be Vice President of the US.

Christina Hoff Summers is a patronizing apologist for male chauvinism and masks her bullshit in a disingenuous veneer of ‘good cop’ feminism.

Janet Bloomfield is a self-righteous asshole who libels other women and men who disagree with her regressive views.

Ayn Rand was a sociopath-venerating cult leader with some of the worst ideas about societal governance of the 20th Century.

Hm… seems pretty easy to criticize women to me. And even to do it without insinuating that their flaws are caused by their gender! But then I guess for this asshole, that’s a feature and not a bug.

Puddleglum
6 years ago

Re: viscous women, I prefer the ones that are supercool, myself (why yes, I did look up viscous on wikipedia, why do you ask?)

childrenofthebroccoli
childrenofthebroccoli
6 years ago

Ooh, can I play? I’ll say some nice things about men! Walton Goggins is a very good actor. David Futrelle is a very funny blogger. Pablo Picasso was a great artist. My dad makes really good nachos. Mmm, nachos…

M. the Social Justice Ranger
M. the Social Justice Ranger
6 years ago

Viscous women would go a long way towards explaining comic book art.

sparky
sparky
6 years ago

Attack of the Viscuous Women sounds like a great B-movie horror film.

Owl Cake
Owl Cake
6 years ago

Non-Newtonian women are the most viscous women you’ll ever meet!

Vanir (@Vanir85)
6 years ago

One could almost pity someone this broken.

… almost.

Thinking half the human specie is trash.
Wanting people to fail – simply because of who they are.
This level of hatred… it’s sick and twisted.

lkeke35
6 years ago

Don: this is just a wild guess on my part ,but I think an extra strong dollop of Bitter, probably creates such people.

As for women’s viscosity, I suppose their solution to is to ply them with massive amounts of liquor, to break it down. I got no clue what to do about their viscosity, though.

lkeke35
6 years ago

Ooh, I can say some nice things about men.
I like Hugh Jackmans hair.
My brother makes a mean batch of pancakes.
I love my uncle.
Robert Downey was really funny in Tropic Thunder.

That wasn’t hard to do at all.

Mewens
Mewens
6 years ago

If I was as aggressively incorrect as the ass du jour, I’d also “Love Being Right.” It’d happen so rarely that I’d savor it, turning it over and over in my mind.

“Remember that one time like six months ago? When I was all, ‘The sun rises in the east?’ Man, I’m so ace.”

sunnysombrera
6 years ago

I’m probably saying something everyone already knows, but I think he was trying to say “vacuous” and got it awfully wrong.

I wonder what the benefits of being viscous would be. Could you be like Elastigirl from The Incredibles?

sunnysombrera
6 years ago

I’m probably saying something everyone already knows, but I think he was trying to say “vacuous” and got it awfully wrong.

I wonder what the benefits of being viscous would be. Could you be like Elastigirl from The Incredibles?

ktrantingredhead
6 years ago

There are plenty of over-the-counter remedies for women who are too viscous.

Delurking
Delurking
6 years ago

Is their viscosity the reason women are sometimes called honey?

Side note – have just learned how bees make honey. Am now thinking twice about eating it again. 🙁

Miss Andry
6 years ago

I always felt women had just the right fluidity.

alaisvex
alaisvex
6 years ago

Just out of curiosity, which on which post did this comment appear? I have to know if it was in any way related to the OP.

Jason Neuman
6 years ago

If all these men are “Going Their Own Way” then why do we have to still deal with them?

Nequam
Nequam
6 years ago

I’m probably saying something everyone already knows, but I think he was trying to say “vacuous” and got it awfully wrong.

More likely “vicious”. I have seen this error a LOT.

proxieme
proxieme
6 years ago

I like to gauge the quality of something by the critiques of those who dislike it.

Only slightly tangential to this post (but still related because quite a few MRAs seem to be people who generally like to get their hate on), I bring you a selection of the 1-star reviews for Amazon’s recent pilot for The Man in the High Castle:

http://imgur.com/k1TOUBJ

proxieme
proxieme
6 years ago

I do, however, have to give Porkchopsammiches points for using “moot” rather than “mute”.

proxieme
proxieme
6 years ago

Aw, Delurking – Embrace the yummy goodness of bee vomit.

Or never, ever research cheese making or the pickling process.

banned@4chan.org
banned@4chan.org
6 years ago

Seriously though, how often do you get comments like this? Do there seem to be some subjects that make the rate spike up (like maybe pointing to the latest ridiculous thing Paul Elam did)?

proxieme
proxieme
6 years ago

I second that the ILBR probably meant “vicious”…I just don’t see him knowing the word “vacuous”.

And nice things about men!

* Jimmy Carter seems nice.
* My husband is the best person I know. Far from perfect, but he’s never given up and just doesn’t stop.
* Both of my Grandfathers were exceptional people. From from perfect, too, and very much products of their time, but good people.
* Bill Gates? A merciless businessman, but he seems like he (and his wife) are doing their darnedest to give back. I don’t always agree with their decisions, but they certainly do seem to be trying.
* The above also goes for Warren Buffet.

I’m keeping it at 5 because, c’mon now. This is silly.

Kestrel
Kestrel
6 years ago

I always wonder what kind of bitter twisted butt pustule of life experience makes someone that hateful. To say that I don’t understand is like saying the oceans are damp.

sparky
sparky
6 years ago

proxieme:

Did I actually read that right? Did someone in that review actually claim that the book was bad because it “stereotyped” Nazis as bad? Is that a thing that someone actually, seriously wrote?

Sissy
Sissy
6 years ago

Is it wrong that I spent five minutes laughing at how half the planet is “viscous”?

On a more serious note, how could that commenter sleep at night saying that he loved to “watch women fail” and that “they’re trainwrecks”?

I mean, a woman BIRTHED HIM. He couldn’t have just popped out of thin air or something like that– no, wait, I’m using logic. Gotta stop that.

Buttercup Q. Skullpants
Buttercup Q. Skullpants
6 years ago

I’m kind of thixotropic, myself.

Isn’t honey kind of…vicious?

sunnysombrera
6 years ago

Sissy: yeah, apparently logic doesn’t work on feminists, or so I’ve heard from MRAs.

THEIR logic doesn’t, because their “logic” isn’t logic at all. But I’m a feminist, so what do I know.

wordsp1nner
wordsp1nner
6 years ago

The real question is how viscous are cats? Preliminary research indicates that cats have quite a low viscosity:

proxieme
proxieme
6 years ago

sparky – Right?

There were actually several more, but those were probably the best/most representative as of a few days ago.

The other 1-star reviews were (1) a few with complaints that it wasn’t faithful to the book (2) quite a few saying that it was boring, unpatriotic, or boring and unpatriotic (3) a large number complaining about Amazon’s geographical restrictions on streaming media.

Bina
Bina
6 years ago

Ooh, I can say some nice things about men.
I like Hugh Jackmans hair.
My brother makes a mean batch of pancakes.
I love my uncle.
Robert Downey was really funny in Tropic Thunder.

That wasn’t hard to do at all.

Me next!

Nick Rhodes and Gary Numan look really good in eyeliner. So does David Bowie.
The president of Ecuador is one hot dude.
My dad is one-half the reason I’m on this planet.
A man runs this blog.

(And I’m sure the irony inherent in that last statement was lost on the idiot whose trollpost didn’t make it past the goalpost.)

fruitloopsie
fruitloopsie
6 years ago

“It is not acceptable to point out anything negative about women. It is also not acceptable to point out anything positive about men”

Well of course it’s not acceptable when you’re saying that all women are trash. And basically you are saying that men can do no wrong and that’s not acceptable too.

I didn’t know what ‘viscous’ is so I looked it up and this made my day.

Good things about men behold Elvis Presley
http://youtu.be/tpzV_0l5ILI

And bad things about women
Janet Bloomfield
And some of the other Femras and anti-feminists

mildlymagnificent
6 years ago

* Jimmy Carter seems nice.

Jimmy Carter should be feeling pretty damn good just now.

His foundation has, in less than 30 years, managed to reduce the incidence of guinea worm from 3.5 million sufferers in 1986, to 126 last year. Not a million or a thousand but one hundred and twenty six.

http://www.cartercenter.org/health/guinea_worm/index.html

My husband tells me that they’re now offering $100 for any guinea worm identified. A far better use of $100 bounties than Paul Elam’s efforts to make the world a better place.

Carter seems to be getting on reasonably well for a 90 year old. He’ll very likely live to see guinea worm eradicated from the world entirely. I’d die with a smile on my face if I’d achieved anything half as good.

proxieme
proxieme
6 years ago

Oh, crap – I just thought about the text in the image that Inposted and realized that it might be damn triggering to some.

My full apologies – I compiled it to show my husband for a laugh at weirdo Nazi apologists and didn’t even think about some of its specific content before posting.

proxieme
proxieme
6 years ago

mildlymagnificent – Exactly 😀

weirwoodtreehugger
6 years ago

Off to Google the president of Ecuador…

Pretty cute. But Obama is still my favorite living PILF. Favorite all time is young Teddy Roosevelt.

ParadoxicalIntention
6 years ago

M

Viscous women would go a long way towards explaining comic book art.

It’s either that, or one of their parents was a snakeperson.

Oh! I’d like to play the game of saying nice things about men!
-Markiplier is one of my favorite YouTubers and he’s really nice, generous, good with animals, and has amazing, floofy, angelic hair.
-Boyinaband is another YouTube man who makes really nice music, and I am very jealous of his long, beautiful hair and I would very much like to braid it (or at the very least brush it).
-One of my good male friends sent me cookies the other weekend when I was feeling down and it made me feel quite better.
-My vegetarian male cousin makes some of the best cheese pizza I’ve ever had.
-My uncle sometimes makes me food and buys me the occasional Nice Thing, which is very kind of him.
-David Futrelle runs a very nice blog with lots of wonderful regulars of all genders! (does this count?)

Bad things about women!
-I personally don’t like Hilary Clinton’s view on video games.
-Iggy Azalea is a really racist person.
-FeMRAs really need to just let people LIVE. Especially other women.
-Janet Bloomfield deserved to have her Twitter account suspended.

ParadoxicalIntention
6 years ago

WWTH

Pretty cute. But Obama is still my favorite living PILF. Favorite all time is young Teddy Roosevelt.

I’ll second that motion. Teddy was a badass, and had a very cute mustache!

weirwoodtreehugger
6 years ago

I read about Guinea worms as a kid and it freaked me out so much ever since . Even knowing I wasn’t personally at risk.

I’m glad they’re close to being eradicated. Water borne diseases are very preventable and they should all be eradicated. Hopefully someday soon, everyone will have access to clean safe water. I fear climate change will set that goal back though.

Miss Andry
6 years ago

Negative things about women? Here’s a list of women I don’t like:

Michele Bachmann
Janet Bloomfield
Phyllis Schlafly
Lila Rose
“Princeton Mom”
Mama June (“Honey Boo Boo’s mother)
Kathy Griffin
Joni Ernst
Cathy Brennan
Star Parker
Karen Straughan
Ann Barnhardt
Iggy Azalea

kirbywarp
kirbywarp
6 years ago

We’re probably not going to get anywhere listing grievences against particular women here, or praising particular men. “Love Being Right” (something tells me he’s often frustrated) wants to be able to say something positive of Men as a group and say something negative about Women as a group. Of course, men and women are as diverse as people, so that’s doomed to be a failure from the start.

marinerachel
marinerachel
6 years ago

I want to dislike Nicki Minaj but I secretly love her. 🙁

WatermelonSugar
6 years ago

I have dyslexia and have a particularly difficult time with vowels, so I had to read that six different times to get it. Six! Hahaha.

Unimaginative
6 years ago

I wasn’t really aware of Nikki Minaj (except in that she’s plastered all over the world, and seems to be a musician) until I saw her on Saturday Night Live making fun of Kim Kardashian’s greasy photo shoot. She was pretty funny.

cassandrakitty
cassandrakitty
6 years ago

The video with the Nazi regalia was pretty awful. Other than that, I like her too. Her dismissive “are you serious with this shit?” facial expression is a thing of beauty to behold.

Unimaginative
6 years ago

Hey, cassandrakitty, have you heard anything by the Highland Brothers Band? I heard them on the radio today, and I can’t find the song on YouTube, but the chorus was all about painting it red. I really enjoyed them. They had kind of a growly thing going on that I liked.

cassandrakitty
cassandrakitty
6 years ago

Nope, they don’t sound familiar. Do you remember the song’s title?

Also, I am not viscous, which is useful because otherwise I’m not sure how I’d get my pants on. Sorry, dudes.

Unimaginative
6 years ago

I *think* it was Peasants Creed, but it won’t play for me on YouTube, so I’m not sure.

I was pretty viscous last week when I had a bad cold.

ObjectiveReality
6 years ago

If women are viscous, would warming them up help?

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