See also: Supply and demand in the marriage market.
This is a better version 😀
There is a hope that when this girl grows up, she will regard feminist ideas as childish. Like: “I believed that stuff when I was FIVE YEARS old. You still think it is true? Do you also believe Santa Claus is real?”
[D: You are right, that version is much better!]
… and if she doesn’t ever grow up, at least she’ll have a job.
Yeah, that’s a good one. Wonder how much of a gem mom is. 5 yo girls don’t come up with stuff like that on their own.
Wonder how much of a gem mom is. 5 yo girls don’t come up with stuff like that on their own.
We were thinking the same thing. Even worse though is the tone. We wouldn’t let our 5 year old talk to anyone like that. My guess is her mom thinks girls being bitchy is empowering.
Yeah, guarding thugs in prison.
[D: They should send her to GTMO to bitch out the terrorists who won’t talk. Probably more effective than water boarding.]
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We live in a very strange time, where parents think it’s cute when young boys act like (or are forced to act like) girls, and when society adulates girls who act bitchy and aggressive. Almost certainly she’s been coached by mommy with a compliant beta father on the sideline. What happened to the days when such petulant outbursts would be considered a shame on the parents?
C’mon, Badger, you know the answer to your own questions. This special snowflake is well trained in Grrrl Power at the age of 5. She’ll be wearing “Juicy” short-shorts by the age of 10 if not sooner, and will be a real prize package of attitude by 13.
The husband/father, if he’s still around at all, is surely so beta-ized that neither his daughter nor his female roommate (or “wife” as some would call her) listen to him at all. So he’s not in any position to object to such petulance, and as Elusive Wapiti pointed out this child certainly is just repeating back what she’s been taught by Mommy.
Odds are she’s an only child, too. At least I hope so…
A five year old is incapable of understanding what marriage is or what participating in the economy means. She has obviously been taught to say these things by rote, probably as a mean of earning approval in lieu of love that is being withheld by her mother. Looks like another telling of the “Great Expectations” story being lived out in this little girl’s life.
I see many cats in her future….many, many cats….
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