April 29, 2011, - 7:52 pm
You gotta watch these absolutely hilarious videos. Very funny and spot on! For all of the deriding of the ghetto, these people in South Central actually have the proper level of enthusiasm about the Royal Wedding. The exact opposite is that English moron in the second video, who’s gotta be be gay. Dude surrendered his man card.
I think I’m the only woman in America (other than Queen Latifah on the motorcycle–and she looks like she plays for Rosie O’Donnell’s team)–who couldn’t care less about the Royal Wedding. I didn’t get up at 4:00 a.m. or whenever it was to see it. I couldn’t care less about the dress, someone with a pug nose and bad teeth named Pippa, and those fugly-ass silly hats they wear that look like the Road Runner died and got buried on someone’s hair. It’s frankly sexism that American men are “criminals” and “pigs” for thinking about hot women who aren’t their wives, while our country is publicly celebrating that practically every woman in America is openly fantasizing she’s the princess marrying the would-be figurehead balding welfare queen, who might some day cross dress into the welfare King position if only Granny Liz and Papa Chuck would die soon enough. That ain’t equality . . . you know, the equality the angry feminists are always clamoring for.
Unlike most American women, I don’t fantasize about this stuff because I’m pretty happy with my life, I’m passionate about what I’m doing, and wouldn’t want to be anybody else anywhere else. The American women obsessed with today’s events are shallow, cosmetic, and into shallow, cosmetic stuff. Not very bright. And not to happy, either. Not sure how they are any different than two sorority sisters at the mall, with apologies to the sisters . . . and the mall.
Most American women, gushing ad absurdum about two total strangers in England, today, apparently don’t like their husbands all too well, are unhappy with their economic and social lots in life, and dream of having that instead. That’s what a fantasy is–that you dream of and long of something different, something “better.” And I dare say, most of those women are liberal women and feminists, on either side of the aisle who don’t have a man in their relationships because they’ve assumed the alpha male role and neutered the real male. Think Sarah Palin and Michelle Fraudkin (both of whom are the breadwinners and power holders in their Mr. Mom households), Laurie David, Hillary Clinton, etc. Probably even Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Hussein Obama Idi Amin Dada. Feminists on the right are no different than feminists on the left and just as damaging to America.
And then there are all the other unhappy American women, unhappy with what they “settled” for, never thinking for a moment that maybe it was hubby who settled or got stuck. While you are fantasizing about marrying an inbred prince in front of millions with a long train, guess what? He’s probably fantasizing about a swimsuit model and wishing she was there next to him instead of the fat chick in sweats and a ponytail. I’m all for marriage, but it’s apparent many of these people ain’t all that happy with theirs. Wow, am I glad I’m none of these people. I don’t need to fantasize like them because I’m happy. They need to fantasize about today’s Royal Wedding because they are not, and have nothing going on. They aren’t happy with raising a family, maintaining a household, etc. Feminism taught them it’s not good enough, that they need power. And even when they get it, now they want the fairy tale that ain’t so fairy-tale-ish, so much as it is a British government-paid production of people with bad teeth. If you get excited that two total strangers kissed twice on their wedding day, that’s pretty sad. Get a life. These are the same American women who caused non-stop, 24/7 media coverage of glorified high school drop-out Princess Diana’s death, another “so what, who cares?” for me, but fantasy life for them.
To me, there is so much more worthy and important stuff for my time than who made someone’s dress or “was Pippa wearing thong underwear?” as some of these vapid commentators reportedly asked on live TV. More important stuff, like protecting our freedoms, like fighting off the Islamic threat to our country, a threat that is well inside our borders. More important stuff, like saving the American male, the most extinct species on the planet. Like getting rid of the socialized medicine the Brits–yes William’s and Kate’s people–brought upon themselves along with the ceaseless Muslim immigration that we emulated.
I’m so glad we in America dumped these royals well over 200 years ago. Why do so many feminist dumbass-ettes dream of that kind of life? Why dream of being a British princess welfare queen when you are an American?
Because they don’t appreciate what they have, including a great American life, where even the fat chick in sweats is living better than in pretty much every other country on the planet.
Tags: fantasy, feminists, Great Britain, Kate Middleton, men, Pippa, Prince William, Royal Wedding, sexism, sexist