Whining woman


11 February 2006

In the article linked to in the From The University of “Well, Duh” post below, there was a comment left by a woman in respect of the article:

I agree entirely with this survey on women’s yo-yo weight during a relationship. If only the men would take more notice how a woman feels, it would save a lot of disagreements and misunderstandings. Men do not possess the emotional intelligence that most women have naturally, which in a way, is wisdom. True in a woman’s teenage years, she has not yet grown this side of her brain and is bound to make a lot of mistakes, but in a mature woman, she knows exactly what she wants. If men could put their ego aside, relationships would be a lot more easier.

– Claudia Georgiades, Wishaw, Scotland

I don’t have a clue what she’s on about. If there’s any point to her drivel it’s all lost in a barrage of anti-male whining, self-pity and narcissism.

Luckily I have a piece of translation software that speaks Woman. Allow me to put the above text in and see if we can get something a bit more coherent:

I agree entirely with this half-arsed unscientific survey about us women’s yo-yo weight during a relationship because it allows me to blame my own weight problems on anyone but myself. If only men would pay even more attention to how us women feel it would save a lot of disagreement because, endowed with this psychic ability to understand our ever-changing emotions, they would agree with us all the time and be complete doormats for us bitches to wipe our feet on. Men are infuriatingly better at being logical than us women, which is why us women are reduced to using the terms “emotional intelligence” and “wisdom” as euphemisms for “prone to hysteria” and “non-logic” respectively. True, in a woman’s teenage years, she has not grown this side of her brain so she will make a lot of mistakes, but in a mature woman she knows exactly what she wants. By the way that last sentence about teenage girl’s brains and stuff has no fucking bearing on the article or anything at all, but being a woman I’m just spewing out the first crap that comes into my dizzy head. If men could put their ego, self-respect, self-worth and dignity aside and let themselves be utterly dominated by a hysterical and aggressive chubster like me then I would be able to get a husband. Sob!

– Claudia Georgiades, Wishaw, Scotland

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 2:04 PM

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