Posted 2207311215Su IS THIS POST-WALL LIFE?
It was suggested, after my last post on the very subject, that what I was discussing is Post-Wall Life rather than a syndrome. This likely being true, I hesitate to paint it as typical life after a woman its that impregnable wall as not all women display these delusions (or should I say symptoms) after hitting that proverbial wall of invincibility – do they? Not only that, even the ones displaying don’t display the exact same ones?
I have no idea why these wall damaged women want to plant their flag on the hill of comedy, but it sure appears that’s the hill some of them are choosing to die on? Of late, for some reason, I’m being bombarded with post-wall women trying to be funny – embarking on a career in comedy? Invariably their routines are centered on or around sex – simply sex. Housekeeping (nest maintenance) having been shunned by feminism as if it were Uncle Tom-ism for women as a whole. But when you trip back through history, truthful history that is, those two accomplishments were the only things presenting themselves to favor male commitment of any sort? Am I missing something or is womanhood fading away into antiquated obscurity? Is feminism for or against women – it’s becoming indistinguishable? Mind you I’m not going to complain if they (women) fade into obscurity – serves them all to right for the millennia of misandrous abuse to men. This is the kind of female comedy the Youtube logarithm is bombarding me with:
Posted by: The Mystery Box Show ~ Oct 15, 2019
“Lime in the Coconut: Reba Sparrow at RISK!/The Mystery Box Show”
And here is the trash song referenced:
Posted by: Jason Read – Guitar Lessons ~ Feb 19, 2017
“The Beaux Belles - Lime in The Coconut”
Please do correct for me any errors that you discern – thanks in advance?
PS1. Give yourself a gold star if you weren’t able to figure out the suggestiveness of these video presentation(s)?
PS2. I still think it a syndrome because of the many symptoms it presents – but that’s just one guy’s opinion – how say you?
▪ a characteristic combination of opinions, emotions, or behavior:
"the “Not In My Backyard” syndrome"
mid 16th century: modern Latin, from Greek sundromē, from sun- ‘together’ + dramein ‘to run’.
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