Thursday, May 22, 2008

That'll show 'em

First off, today, we have to give a nod to science. After all, it's been a little while since we've been able to point out one of the new discoveries and/or advancements made by the scientific community, and, after today, we know what they were so busy with. Yes, thanks to science, we now have a strong working definition for a term previously left vague. Thank goodness we now can know exactly what "premature ejaculation" is. Ironically, the definition couldn't be agreed upon until a group of researchers had studied results from studies conducted over the last 65 years. It should be noted that the different portions of the definition did all occur in the first few sentences.

Yes, sometimes we disturb ourselves, too. So we're just going to move on from there to New Zealand, where a woman grew tired of the catcalls and whistles that she heard as she went about her daily business. So, one day while approaching an ATM, she did what any person would do in that situation.

She stripped to get them to stop whistling.

So, in order to get them to stop whistling over her attractiveness, she decided to "show 'em what (she's) got". Well, that would put an obvious end to those type of playground shenanigans. We're fairly certain that the men have been properly chastised, obviously having only whistled as an annoyance, and not with any hope of actually getting a response from a woman. In fact, now that they've seen this woman in all of her glory (we can only assume... the article isn't overly specific), they'll surely stop, attend dance lessons, and learn the difference between a martini and a cosmopolitan.

Either that, or their cro-magnon beliefs have simply been reinforced, and now they'll just continue whistling, hoping that another woman will strip down.

Actually, if that second tactic works, we might want these guys to visit the museum in Manchester, UK, that's decided to cover mummies to not offend sensitive patrons. Because, obviously, if current generations were meant to see mummies covered in anything, then their wrappings wouldn't have been made out of a biodegradable material.

And they wouldn't star in movies with Brendan Frasier.

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