Don't watch Roseanne.
you mean the one where she held a tray of gingerbread Jews for an article entitled That Oven Feelin’ because she has actually claimed she’s the reincarnation of Adolf Hitler— Erin Burr, sir (@erinscafe) April 4, 2018
is that the photo shoot, just checking pic.twitter.com/s5Elv8gbjR
We can't afford it as a society.
I had many thoughts when I read this - on many levels it sounds quite modern - cavalier populists playing with fire, apologists at every turn. We have to fucking wake up. https://t.co/f2HBr6Bmr0— Brian Cox (@ProfBrianCox) April 3, 2018
The Onion sadly nails it.
Women are conditioned to minimize other people's discomfort at the expense of their own safety. Men are conditioned to think they're geniuses. Also, men test the waters before escalating, and women have an uncanny sixth sense for unwanted attention (so don't tell us we're exaggerating or imagining things).
The 'describe yourself as a male author would' entries are priceless. I know the "where are you really from" dudes well.
Despite her round face, the only thing sitting higher than her breasts were her cheek bones. Eastern European, no doubt. He approached her.— Vanessa Salkova 🇺🇦👑🇺🇦 (@thetsarina) April 1, 2018
“Where are you from?”
He smirked, and asked the question that would surely endear him to her forever.
“No. Before that.”
Every tweet in this thread:
3a. 90% of the time (I'm sensing a pattern here) we don't actually want male attention at all, much less of the sexual variety. I know it beggars belief but we really just want to...live our lives and go about our business unharrassed!— Laura E. Weymouth (@lauraeweymouth) March 31, 2018
Men who cheat sure do justify it to themselves.