I just thought this was a funny exchange I had with a woman on facebook. It shows the entitlement mentality that a lot of women have and the inability to discern "need" from "want". She had the whole hyphenated last name, girl power schtick going on. Thread Starter:
So if you park in the disabled spot and don't have a permit itks ok as long as you put your 4 way flashers on? Ok thanks lazy woman in Gan!
Like · · Unfollow Post · 6 hours ago via BlackBerry · Hyphenated entitled feminist:
Oh I hate that! One time I asked an older couple not to forget their baby in the car while they went into Subway. When they looked at me like I was crazy I said... oh I'm sorry it's because you are parked in the parking resevered for Moms and babies and although you do look big I don't think your pregnant, just lazy. They replied...go BLEEP yourself. I guess for them those two empty parking spots beside were just too far for them to walk.
4 hours ago · Like · 1Assault;
Being pregnant isn't a disability...it's a choice. Disabled parking makes sense, pregnant/lazy/fat parking doesn't.
2 hours ago · Like · 1Hyphenated entitled feminist
: For sure the disablility parking is needed but so is the Mom and tots parking. It might not be the same in your eyes but this has to be coming from a guy who has never tried to carry two toddlers and a new born while holding onto a bunch of groceries and a stroller at the same time. Oh, and I never said pregnancy was a disability but I'll tell you, if it were the men that were the ones pregnant they would want the parking close, believe me. So although I agree with your comment of the fat and lazy, I disagree with the pregnancy part. Sorry.
about an hour ago · Like · 1Assault:
No need to be sorry, I just believe women are equal to men and can handle the same responsibilities. And despite your assertion that I never carried my two young children, groceries, stroller etc in and out of the store, I in fact, did it just fine thank you.
about an hour ago · LikeHyphenated entitled feminist
: Its very good that you did carry your children, groceries and stroller and the same time. As for the equal rights to men and women...I'm all for it. I do believe however that women or men do deserve the Mom and tots parking spots as well. I wasn't trying to disrespect any good Dad's out there but when men say that pregnancy or Mom's don't deserve a break..humm...that kind of makes me mad. I think many women would agree with me on that topic.
about an hour ago · LikeThread starter:
Ok enough about the mom spots, they are a courtesy, not mandated.
42 minutes ago · LikeHyphenated entitled feminist:
Hey..shut up you! But ok ...........enough about the Mom spots (but I'm right)
) and I never said they were mandated.
37 minutes ago · Like