pass it on...
also, there's this...
I knew before they even said it men don’t have that day!
^What chelicera said. This video was cleverly written, no mistakes in the script. I guess satire is lost on some people.
Funny, sad, empowering, crazy-making and true. Let’s hear it for real women, and let’s hear more from them too!
These are all great ladies and I love all of them. It’s hard to imagine a “last day” for anything. Julia has entertained us for a long time but she still looks like a co-Ed at Harvard. Amy is a superb comic, on a level with Seinfeld. However, if they’re looking for a volunteer, I’m available.
@mel: I know. Like, no fat chicks, right? I think I saw *you* on the cover of Men’s Health recently.
Rock on, P. Arquette!
FYI Not only have none of THESE women reached that day yet, you know that dancer in the nursing home who just saw herself for the first time on screen? Well… Of course, the “Real” Housewives never had a FIRST fuckable day.
I didn’t know Julia was still only 29.
Um, no, Anonymous. It’s not misogynist to criticize other women for their choices, if, say, those choices are complicit with patriarchal values. If that were true, Tina Fey would be a misogynist for “hating” on Sarah Palin.
not funny at all
Everything they said is part of the joke, including how misogyny not only makes some women go to extreme measures to remain “f&ckable” but also for other women to bash them for it. For women to bash other women, period, is a symptom of the competition for “f&ckability” we are all forced into. I think this is dark and hilarious and sad simultaneously.
Patricia Arquette’s last f**kable day seems to be the day she discovered cake, and that was clearly a long time ago.
There seem to be a lot of mixed messages here. Please tell me who I am supposed to hate more clearly.
Funny…but the message is lost when a video that is supposedly about misogyny features women hating on other women, i.e. the Real Housewives. Close but no cigar Amy.