Men, imagine that for 24 hours, there were no feminists in the world.
No feminist would be harmed in the creation of this hypothetical. They will all return …
Ok, we’ve gotta stop here.
Apparently, the ‘feminist next door’ asked women to imagine a world with no men for 24 hours and wanted to know what women would or could do and we’re pretty sure it didn’t go the way she (zhe?) thought it would.
Women, imagine that for 24 hours, there were no men in the world.
No men are being harmed in the creation of this hypothetical. They will all return. They are safe and happy wherever they are during this hypothetical time period.
What would or could you do that day?
— feminist next door (@emrazz) December 24, 2018
Feminists are gonna feminist.
— Vilified Ostracized (@brakinggnus) December 26, 2018
The same things I do every day…?
— Jesse Kasten (@ShenanigansMom) December 27, 2018
Yeah, same here.
They wouldn’t kill spiders.
— ROHIRRIM RONIN (@ROHIRRIM_RONIN) December 27, 2018
Without men you would be unhappy AND have nobody to blame.
— The Sampo (@GoldSaltFlour) December 26, 2018
Dogs and cats, living together … MASS HYSTERIA.
I would miss them tremendously. All of them. I am a lover of men. Their strength, their laughs, their boldness. My man sometimes works 24 hrs at a time to make sure our family has what we need…and want. I miss him during those days.
Besides, who wants to rub their own booty ?
— Gypsy Girl?? (@WedelBarb) December 26, 2018
Would there be anything left to come back to? ???
— CasualMeyhem (@CasualMeyhem) December 27, 2018
A lot of men working hard to get next to you?
— Carmine Sabia (@CarmineSabia) December 26, 2018
We’re gonna guess no but what do we know?
That kinda backfired. ???
— Mark Meadors (@Meadors68) December 26, 2018
It SO did.
Check out Michelle Malkin’s response:
I'd stay as far the hell away from toxic femmes like you and do a Snoopy happy dance when the men came back. https://t.co/m6k1hl8hWy
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) December 26, 2018
Hrm, we saw ‘Toxic Femmes’ open for ‘Raging Beavers’ in 1999.
I'd gather up all the wonderful men in my life and together we would pray for the thawing of your hateful, angry heart.
— Betsy Brantner Smith (@sgtbetsysmith) December 27, 2018
That could work too.