Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Winsday Part 2

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  1. ^^^@ desimon.

  2. Mans side? Do you know that at the times you are refering, man was not a gender-specific word. It means person, so i don’t know where are you getting your facts HeSaidWhat, but women since the beginning of times have always been equally treated as the same organism, divided in two parts that complement each other. Female and Male. Not man or woman.

  3. Sorry, i think this is not the place to get into objective facts.

  4. Okay Franco, why don’t slow down for a second a re-read what I said. If you don’t believe in what I said then you are basically saying you don’t believe in the bible. If you were able to get off the internet long enough to read it, you would see that it does not refer to the sexes as male or female. But as man and woman.
    Male: 1373, from O.Fr. masle (Fr. mâle), from L. masculus “masculine, male” (cf. Prov. mascle, Sp. macho, It. maschio), dim. of mas (gen. maris) “male person or animal, male.” Mechanical sense of “part of an instrument that penetrates another part” is from 1856.
    Female: early 14c., from O.Fr. femelle, from M.L. femella “a female,” from L. femella “young female, girl,” dim. of femina “woman” (see feminine). Sense extended in V.L. from humans to female of other animals. Spelling altered late 14c. on mistaken parallel of male. Reference to sockets, etc., is from 1660s.
    As you can see hear, the words male and female were nowhere near being said yet.
    Also if you have no argument other than the exact words I said, then WHY IN THE HELL are you jumping into a totally different topic?

    Oh, and can you please tell me what the fuck was so offensive about me saying woman and man, versus female and male?

  5. Oh and by the way, YOU were getting into objective facts.

  6. here*

  7. I’m sorry, I just cant leave this one alone just yet.

    The words wer and wif were used to describe man and woman in the times you are talking about so we were BOTH wrong on that note.

  8. Well, Eve ate from the Tree of Knowledge, so woman or female, that bitch got us kicked out of paradise.

    And you just know that’s the cleaned up version. That snake was DPing her 12 ways from Sunday. Eve didn’t eat the fruit until well after the Tree of Dildo was picked clean.

  9. Omg Soup, now that is original. I can’t help but to laugh at that one.

  10. Cook the man some f#cken eggs! — Jake (the Muss) Heke

  11. ragu is shit.

  12. @Franco, the reason why man was often used as a non-gender specific word was because women weren’t actually recognized. Why would they need words like ‘policeperson’ when it’s always going to be a policeMAN? Likewise, considering that women rarely owned property or positions of power, and on becoming married ceased to be a person and became property of their husband (even adopting their name and becoming Mrs John Smith), you can see why saying man to refer to a man also meant any person in general.

    Now, obviously these are supposed to be harmless internet jokes, but in the real world they just don’t fly. Good luck charming a woman with your witty humor, or better luck getting it past the woman interviewing you for that job.

  13. JesusOnADinosaur

    Soup owned you all.

  14. Thank you for making the muddy waters a little more clear donsimon.

  15. What language is “circa un’ora fa?”

  16. @shelbyelisha

    Italian

  17. 2 things I love about this:

    1) “DEATHwich” instantly brought “broodwich” to mind.

    2) Whoever that was saying it’s supposed to be spelled “deathwhich” – just…OMFG.

  18. lol

  19. spammers suck

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