We cover James Woods a good deal here on Twitchy.
He honestly makes our jobs easier because every day there is some Twitter treasure on his timeline just waiting for one of us to snap it up and write about it. From news stories about Hillary Clinton to memes of House Democrat women all wearing white, there is always something there.
But full transparency, this may be our favorite James tweet ever.
Please join me in using proper grammar, syntax, and spelling. The correct pronoun usage in the English language is “he” for a singular male and “she” for a singular female. “They” is used for the plural of either males, females, or both. Don’t be bullied by hare-brained liberals.
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) February 11, 2019
Don’t be bullied.
Oh, and the hare-brained liberals portion of his tweet is pretty damn good too.
— Kristy Swanson (@KristySwansonXO) February 12, 2019
And if you want to know if James’ tweet was successful or not, take a gander at the people on his thread screeching at him for DARING to say we should call a single female ‘she’ and a single male ‘he’.
I hope the person who tweeted this knows that they're absolutely wrong about how grammar works
— Kyle 🌱 (@KylePlantEmoji) February 12, 2019
Imagine someone says to you –
“I met with the insurance agent today.” You reply –
“oh good, what did they say?”
How about call people what they ask?
— kevin povec (@kevinpovec) February 11, 2019
Or how about we stop playing the label game and just stick to reality?
Crazy talk, we know.
I am happy to acknowledge others by their preferred pronouns, so long as they show me the same respect by addressing me as: ‘The Grand Lord and Master of the Known Universe’. It seems only fair.
— Matt Treacy (@matttreacy) February 11, 2019
This sounds complicated but ok.
— Paul Benedetto (@paulbexavier) February 12, 2019
Oof, she says.
Although to be fair we don’t think that’s the point James was making and was instead addressing the idea that some people feign outrage when they’re not called ze, or zhe, or a unicorn or whatever happy horse crap they’re pushing these days.
— Todd Brunson (@ToddBrunson) February 12, 2019