If you don't follow our facebook page, you probably missed this picture I posted there yesterday:
That right there, ladies and gentlemen, is what people generally refer to as a JOKE. Now, whether or not you find it funny is another matter entirely. But if you're offended by it, you're probably a liberal. Or a feminist. Or (shudder) BOTH.
When I posted it, a hilarious follower named Wayne said, "I prefer 'person of pallor'" which made me totally LOL. I loved that so much that I posted it as a status update separately, even.
And shortly after that, we got a note from Susi.
"Keep that white on?" Whizzah whuzzah?
One of our followers, Meghan, jumped into the fray, and apparently must have checked out Susi's profile, which I didn't bother to do myself, because I was too intrigued by the fight at hand.
Notice (side note) that Sandi June "liked" Susi's post. Sandi is one of the administrators of a facebook page which is positively OBSESSED with us. She comments on our page now and again, but mostly she just stalks it quietly, because she knows she can't win a debate with us to save her life.
ANYWAY. The conversation continued.
So now we're DANGEROUS TOWARD WOMEN, you guys. Never mind the fact that we ARE women. Susi wasn't making a lot of sense, so I pressed on.
I love how Susi is clearly upset about something on our page, drives by to comment about how much we make her puke, and then tries to blame US for something one of our followers said to her. Hmmm. Is it possible that she simply saw the name of our page, hates conservative women, is too miserable of a person to appreciate the humor of the post at the top of the page (People Of Pallor), and simply decided to crap on our wall without an Actual Point? Well, let's see.
As it turns out, calling liberal feminists out on their own racism and hatred towards women doesn't sit well with them. BEHOLD:
I'll be honest - I was a little bummed out that she caved so quickly. I was kind feeling feisty last night, and was totally up for a longer quarrel, but Susi can't handle truth or common sense or reality, so I suppose asking her to be specific about her accusations was pretty futile.
Plus, I didn't have the heart to tell her that she spelled "F*ck you you racist b*tch" right, so there was really nothing for me to correct that point. (Unless you count the missing comma).