Gift For Gab: Your Best Comments For The Week Of April 3rd 2009
We here at The Frisky live for celeb gossip, chocolate, and your comments. What can we say, you bitches crack us up! So in honor of you, our smart, sexy, and incisive readers, who aren’t afraid to talk smack on the Internet, we’re giving away prizes! Each week we’ll award you an awesome internet chatty Cathy’s a little something special. This week five winners will receive a Worn Free T-Shirt. So, without further adieu, here are the lucky winners of this week’s Gift For Gab…Great Quoter
resullins in Crave: Worn Free T-Shirts
“’There’s terrific merit in having no sense of humour, no sense of irony, practically no sense of anything at all. If you’re born with these so-called defects you have a very good chance of getting to the top.’ -Peter Cook
So here I am, hoping to get to the top without any inherent sense of humour… and by stealing someone else’s words, which isn’t terribly creative… Crap!”
“Hmm. It seems a little extreme that everyone is up in arms about this. I figure, if the Queen didn’t say “OFF WITH HER HEAD!” over it, then it really doesn’t matter.”
Wants Education, Not Protection
sportzriter13 in “The Virgin Daughters” Examines The Creepy Purity Movement
“I understand if someone wants to wait for marriage, but this goes far overboard. I wound up not waiting, but by not being pushed into virginity, I was prepared and used protection when I gave it up(had chosen to wait for marriage, but a bad engagement made me rethink). This does stink of feminine oppression-why can’t the girls make their own choices or have their moms more involved? My mother and I are very close, and she’d be the one I’d go to on this kind of issue, not my Dad. I appreciate having parents who trust my judgment enough that I can make those decisions on my own, and a father who doesn’t feel he needs to “protect” me from myself.”
“I totally wanted to be an Egyptologist throughout elementary school and some of middle school, and I thought Hatshepsut was the bee’s knees :D Except the whole marrying-her-half-brother-thing.”
A Vocal Examiner of Society
NdlovukaziThor in “The Virgin Daughters” Examines The Creepy Purity Movement
“This reminds me of a comment I heard someone make in a discussion the other day – that the best form of birth control is a woman keeping her legs closed.
So many negative implications this kind of thing winds up having on society… brainwashing, people popping out babies like clown cars pop out clowns, higher divorce rates, higher pregnancy/STD rates – for those that don’t wait until marriage, but are only “educated” about abstinence but still wind up slutting it up at some point. Nevermind that you’ve got the clap and you’re knocked up, you let down Daddy!!
Society – always repressing (yet obsessing over) S.E.X.”
Congratulations to this week’s winners! Next week, we’ll be giving away T-Bar Underoos to five lucky readers. Good luck and keep on commentin’!