Saturday, March 07, 2015

Lazy Time Reblog Sunday: Adult Wednesday Addams: Wednesday vs. Catcallers [S2, Ep 3]

I really need to stop reading the comments section of...well, just about any article/YouTube video/Facebook post I happen to come across. Reading any comments section-other than my far-is a good way to gage just how full of stupid the internet can be. And it's getting harder and harder to tell what brand of stupid you're dealing with. I mean, you could be reading stupid in the form of an internet troll looking for attention via wacky hijinks and bile, or it could be the honest type of stupid that is Male Rights Activism.

"'Cause in my day, women and minorities didn't exist except to make me a sammich and shine my shoes...GET OFF MY DAMN LAWN!"

Yes, this is a thing. Because women are really getting out of hand with this "equal rights" shit. It's like, men gave us the right to vote and crap, right? We should be happy with earning 20% less than men. Surely our husbands will be happy to supplement our income with a little pin money. As long as we do what we're told.

So I really wasn't surprised when I skimmed through some of the comments in Melissa Hunter's Adult Wednesday Addams series. In an episode titled "Wednesday vs. Catcallers" (Season 2, Episode 3), what should my wandering ovaries find but this:

Fucking women. Having "opinions" and shit.

The episode in question is about an adult Wednesday Addams, all growed up, taking a leisurely stroll and minding her own business. Out of nowhere, a couple of douchetards come along and ruin her day with a bunch of nasty, catcalling comments. She repays the favor by hunting them down to their place of residence and hiring three thugs to stand outside their doorstep to stare, breath funny, and make sexually explicit comments. Because she was in an exceptionally forgiving mood that day.

Wednesday Addams in a less forgiving mood.

I seriously don't see why Miguel has such a problem with the episode. I mean, Wednesday is only doing to those guys what they were doing to her. And I think it's sad that men don't get as many compliments as women do. So if any of you dudes out there happen to see a guy catcalling a woman on the street, please do a bro a solid by telling him how nice his ass looks in those jeans. You'll be doing it for male equality.

And for all you dudes and dudettes fighting the good fight, this month's Lazy Time Reblog is dedicated to you and Melissa Hunter. Subscribe to her channel here. And be sure to follow her on Google+, Instagram, and Twitter, as well as her blog.

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