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By Anonymous - / Thursday 25 June 2009 22:18 / United States
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By  Siren_00  |  0

Too many FMLs come from women assuming men are admiring them when they're not. You'd think people would learn by now. Besides, even if he was, you don't have to be so rude about it.

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  cxal_fml  |  0

If you seriously thought for a moment that this reply was appropriate, Travel, then you can only be a gay man who is absolutely terrified that a woman could be considered his equal. No real man would be afraid to see a woman who doesn't appreciate being treated like crap and isn't afraid to speak up when it appears its happening

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  RJB  |  0

she's not a feminazi but the fact she always thinks people are ALWAYS talking to her and commenting about makes her A. a little miss princess bitch B. Very high self-esteem Besides cant u tell the guy is looking through you? wait u confronted him? OMG besides if he was taling to you he was saying it as a pickup line if anything, obviously a guy looking at girl saying he wants that would mean he KNOWS your a girl.

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  Bathory_fml  |  0

No one was being treated like an object except for the cheeseburger, this woman just mislead herself in to believing he was talking to her. Last time I checked, food doesn't get offended. And actually, his comment is just about as offensive to women as your comment is towards gay men, cxal. Way to call the kettle black.

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  lmmmr  |  0

Personal pronouns exist in order to differentiate between a human and an object. Referring to a human using a non personal pronoun is objectifying. You lose.

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  eeee93757  |  0

If you're such an avid supporter of woman's rights, answer this question to me: If a woman hits a man, do you think it is acceptable for him to hit her back?

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  humorizer  |  14

Bullshit. I rarely curse, but this is one instance where your blatant lie made me pissed enough. I hate it when women state "No, men shouldn't hit women. And I also think women shouldn't hit men" But we all know you're lying and just being politically correct. You and I and everyone else knows that if you saw a woman kicking a guy in the nuts, you'd laugh or at least smile.

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  ddrluna  |  2

Or, you know, some of us just don't care for violence... That's ridiculous and generalizing. Aggressive behaviour is good for solving absolutely nothing and to be honest, I'd be more inclined to defend a man who just got kicked in the balls rather than the woman who kicked him. As much as I hate women who act like all men are out to get them, I hate guys who act the same way. You people need to get your shit straight: there are 3.4 billion of each respective gender on the planet, and they're not all identical, nor are they out to get you. Jesus Christ.

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  maggy_fml  |  0

#82 i don't agree with you. i don't think a woman should hit a man, or a man should hit a woman. and i'm not lying. and i'm a girl. we're not all like that. because since we're human, we're not all the same. dur. both genders should be equally respected

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  harlehatschi  |  0

i would say it's not acceptable for anyone to physically abuse another person in the first place, but equality doesn't always mean the exact same treatment for everybody. there are physical differences between men and women that make it all the more unacceptable for a man to hit a woman. if a child hits you, you wouldn't hit them back with the amount of force with which you're capable. trying to undermine women's rights advocates by saying that equal treatment means that one person should be permitted to exert superior physical strength over another is just stupid.

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  squigglyshark  |  0

I more or less agree with you, but the gay man part? Do you know any gays who hate women? Maybe replace "gay man" with "insecure man who was picked on in highschool".

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  azhein  |  0

110 I have no problem with equal rights for women and I don't think a man should hit a woman, but to say you want equal rights and then pick and chose which ones you mean is contradicting yourself.

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  lexa1love  |  16

Not necessarily. A woman could do some serious damage. If someone dared do that to a male friend of mine or a family member she would probably be in the hospital shortly after.

By  NGM_47  |  0

You were offended that he liked you!? (even if that wasn't the case) You must be conceited to even think that you were likeable since he obviously wasn't talking about you....

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  lmmmr  |  0

Because you have never thought someone was talking to you when they weren't? This situation is absolutely no different than that. OP- Good for you.

By  Siren_00  |  0

Too many FMLs come from women assuming men are admiring them when they're not. You'd think people would learn by now. Besides, even if he was, you don't have to be so rude about it.

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