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Posts tagged "women"

Jan 19, 2013
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LADYH8RS

One of my very favorite drawers, Warren Craghead, caricatures misogynists. Awesome.

Jan 27, 2012
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Women…can see what men have up their sleeves… That is why no woman has ever been convinced that her husband is a superman.

Sep 26, 2011
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Aug 07, 2011
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Jan 28, 2011
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Louis C.K., “Girls vs. Boys, from Chewed Up (2008)

“Here’s the difference, to me, between boys and girls: Boys fuck things up; Girls are fucked up. That’s the difference. Boys just do damage to your house that you can measure in dollars, like a hurricane. Girls, like, leave scars in your psyche that you find later, like a genocide or an atrocity… That’s the difference between boys and girls. And it becomes the difference between men and women, really. A man will, like, steal your car or burn your house down or beat the shit out of you, but a woman will ruin your fuckin’ life. Do you see the difference? Like, a man will cut your arm off and throw it in a river, but he’ll leave you as a human being intact. He won’t fuck with who you are. Women are nonviolent, but they will shit inside of your heart.”

My wife and I about died watching this. So funny. Found via @marykarrlit.

May 20, 2010
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Apr 02, 2010
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Jan 06, 2010
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Jul 02, 2009
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78-year-old Pablo Picasso and a young woman on the Riviera, 1960His drawings from his seventies often contrast himself as a buffoonish, wizened dwarf opposite a beautiful young woman.Jonathan Richman and the Modern Lovers said it best: Well some people try to pick up girls
And get called assholes
This never happened to Pablo Picasso
He could walk down your street
And girls could not resist his stare and
So Pablo Picasso was never called an asshole(…)Well he was only 5’3”
But girls could not resist his stare
Pablo Picasso never got called an asshole
78-year-old Pablo Picasso and a young woman on the Riviera, 1960
His drawings from his seventies often contrast himself as a buffoonish, wizened dwarf opposite a beautiful young woman.

Jonathan Richman and the Modern Lovers said it best:

Well some people try to pick up girls
And get called assholes
This never happened to Pablo Picasso
He could walk down your street
And girls could not resist his stare and
So Pablo Picasso was never called an asshole

(…)

Well he was only 5’3”
But girls could not resist his stare
Pablo Picasso never got called an asshole

Oct 24, 2008
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