Feel Good Friday

by admin on May 21, 2010

Oh, my. I think that guy was channeling me at 4:32.

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HonorH May 21, 2010 at 7:55 am

Honestly? That annoyed me something fierce. Yeah, there were cute bits, but I don’t know any girls who are that psychotic about relationships. Never have. In fact, the girls I know are annoyed by *guys* who push things too fast, and they’d totally shoot down any girl who was pushing for an “I love you” that quickly. It felt like these guys were just putting together a bunch of female stereotypes and exaggerating them.

That said, the thing about herding to the bathroom? I can’t deny it.

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Emily May 21, 2010 at 10:31 am

so women:
don’t know how to use the remote
obsess over icecream and other ‘bad foods’
expect every single person who sees them to compliment their haircut
are overly controlling on the phone
hate sports and think sports are boring
try to force guys into relationships/commitment
push guys into saying I love you
expect guys to give up all their friends when in a relationship
will only date older guys
facebook stalk
are totally confusing but humorously believe they are simple
need compliments and affirmation every second of every day
won’t go anywhere on their own, not even the bathroom

I don’t think its possible to fit more misogyny into 4 minutes and 43 seconds

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mommaknowsbest May 21, 2010 at 11:11 am

Loved it, it’s perfect. girls are sooooo this way! Yeah!

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Dan May 21, 2010 at 12:11 pm

I am 66 years old and women are like this absolutely! It was so when I was young and is still so now that I am old. Any women who deny this are more like this than they can ever overcome. Ladies, try silence. We’re not used to it. We will notice you.
I and my fellow men want you all to know something else. Yes, we were all like “Bevis and Butthead” when we were 14. We all have at least one buddy who still is.

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Allison May 21, 2010 at 1:38 pm

I loved it, I can see the humor in it. Besides women make fun of men so I can take a joke from time to time. And when I was a teenager we did all go into the bathroom together at school, the mall, the library, the theater, and so on.

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Liz May 21, 2010 at 2:04 pm

Hilarious. Yes there are plenty of women out there that fit most if not all of those stereotypes (how else do stereotypes exist? Doesn’t the population of the stereotyped group have to repeat the stereotyped action enough times to become a stereotype?) However there are also many of us who don’t but those of us who don’t can usually laugh at something like this. It’s just a joke, a funny one, and yep, I can relate to at least one of those stereotypes…man I love junk food.

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Calypso May 21, 2010 at 2:53 pm

OMG, this is so cute. These guys have such a future as actors—I wish I knew their names so I can check in in 5 years and see what pro jobs they’ve managed to land.
And yes, there are stereotypes aplenty, but it doesn’t annoy me—that’s drama, folks!
Very, very funny.

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Dave May 21, 2010 at 5:05 pm

Yeah, stereotypes – but still pretty funny. I’ve known a lot of women like this, and others who were nothing like this.

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Anetka May 21, 2010 at 6:46 pm

This video is an imitation of one done by the Harvard Sailing Team:
http://www.youtube.com/watch#!v=gspaoaecNAg&playnext_from=TL&videos=REQlGhB-SD0

There’s actually a rebuttal by the girls to this one too. Exaggerated though it may be, I found it hilarious!

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M. May 21, 2010 at 10:11 pm

A stereotype is a pearl of wisdom that forms around a grain of truth. That said, to quote the Arrogant Worms: Me like hockey.

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PrincessSimmi May 22, 2010 at 6:56 pm

I have a few problems witrh this one.

Yes, it is full of stereotypes, which are true in some cases. I do know girls EXACTLY like this. I however am into sports and cars (my boyfriend is into neither!) I love my silence, and while I do tell him I love him sometimes, I’ve told him he doesn’t have to say it back if he doesn’t feel it. I’m also anti-marriage and anti-children and I’m not quiet about it.

I do agree with the ‘girls travelling in packs’ thing – I’ve done it for years. I think it’s more of a safety thing. We do have a bit of a gossip but not to the extent that these boys were taking it. Maybe we’re just smarter than the girls they know?

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kero May 23, 2010 at 5:28 pm

HAHAHA!! I like their little “Team Edward!” high 5. This is funny and I know some girls who are like this.

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Saber Alexander June 7, 2010 at 1:08 am

LOL! All right…stereotyped or not, it was funny. :XD: It’s just a joke, guys, nothing too horrible. It was pretty stupid, but funny. :XD: The “Team Jacob” thing amused me too.

Saber

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