Enjoy your virginity

Because you’re never gonna get laid at this rate:

The quantity of sex to which you are legally entitled: zero. And I’m pretty sure you’ve just disqualified yourself for any conceivable mercy boink.

(Via Signe Dean.)


  1. Lorna »

    9 July 2017 · 12:04 pm

    Wow, behaviour like that is awful. Not just to women in general, but to anyone. We’re all equal in this world and showing decency and respect to others is what the world needs, not idiocy like this.

    Raindrops of Sapphire

  2. fillyjonk »

    9 July 2017 · 12:51 pm

    1. Maybe lady-trolls have different standard then human women?

    2. That post, if I believed the person was sincere in his hatred and there were more like him, would be enough to turn me into a hermit.

    3. there’s a special place in hell for someone who lets the door slam on someone carrying a load, whether it’s a stroller, boxes, suitcases, a small child, whatever. (I’m all for equal rights: if a male colleague is dragging something along I will run and grab the door for him. And I’d hope he’d do the same for me, and he almost always does….)

  3. fillyjonk »

    9 July 2017 · 12:52 pm

    Also, wth is an “incel”? I can kind of guess from context that it’s “someone I don’t want to know” but I’m wondering what the term actually stands for.

  4. CGHill »

    9 July 2017 · 1:50 pm

    “Involuntary celibacy.” You see, it’s always someone else’s fault that these guys attract no feminine attention.

  5. fillyjonk »

    9 July 2017 · 2:06 pm

    Ah. I was thinking it was a fancy new term for “I’m a man so I’m the only one who should have rights” or “I’m on the spectrum so I don’t need no stinkin’ social graces.”

    I will just observe there are people out there who are “involuntarily” celibate who don’t act like this dude. Though if he’s the kind of fish in the sea, maybe “voluntary” celibacy is the new choice.

  6. McG »

    9 July 2017 · 3:51 pm

    This is the only way incels will get taken seriously.

    No one will ever need to take him seriously; he’s doing enough of that for everyone.

  7. Roger Green »

    10 July 2017 · 4:41 am

    I believe in general in the conservation of energy. So if I’ve opened the door, and someone, regardless of gender, is behind me, I keep it open, because keeping it open is easier than having someone have to exert energy to open it again.

  8. CGHill »

    10 July 2017 · 5:26 pm

    Roger: Eminently sensible as always.

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