Sometimes critics of feminism make great points. But mostly what meninists on the internet do is go ‘BUT WHY WON’T WOMEN DATE ME ugh feminism is cancer #misandryis4real’. And that’s… not super helpful. The comedy powerhouses of Soresi&Sass (aka Gianmarco Soresi and Megan Sass) bring you this tale of feminism RUN AMOK.
We all know the Gilmore girls. The sassy and quippy mother and daughter team pretty much saw us through adolescence, and made us really insufferable to be around for a little bit there. But do you know about the Gilmhower girls? Turns out they were in the background of the show the whole time, just trying to get half as much attention as those friggin Gilmores.
Creators Clare Loughran and Lucé Tomlin-Brenner are definitely getting us in the Stars Hollow Spirit. Plus they’ll be posting more Gilmhower girls magic tomorrow, so subscribe and follow and live ya best life.
We never knew how badly we wanted to hear the phrase ‘millionaire nipples’ before we saw this sketch from genius Maggie Monahan. So much better than the DiCaprio one, it’s not even funny. Except that this triumph of fan fic is really, really funny.
This bad boy also features the talents of Caitlin Coons, Ryan McGowan, Patrick McDonald, Kelly Voke, and Forrest Tiffany, aka Bearhug.
Can you believe we made it through ALL the debates AND it’s almost Halloween? Damn, 2016 is finally turning around y’all.
Anyway enjoy this week’s funniest, smartest, sassiest tweets. We know we did!
Trump keeps bringing surprise guests to his debates like he’s some sort of political Taylor Swift. #debatenight
— Heidi (@redheadheidi) October 19, 2016
Yeah except Taylor Swift has actual friends.
Im having a going away party4my 50s2morrow nite& will Bthinking of all U sass factories ???????? Goodnite sweet decade Parting is such sweet
— Carrie Fisher (@carrieffisher) October 20, 2016
Carrie Fisher is our favorite person on Twitter. Can you imagine if she and Cher hung out? Paradise.
— Beth Stelling (@BethStelling) October 19, 2016
Omg this is who the showrunner on Another Period is, now it makes sense why it’s the greatest show on TV.
Anything can be a wine glass if you believe in urself
— Ashlyn Anstee (@ashlynanstee) October 19, 2016
— spooky addie |-/ (@blurrytylerjosh) October 15, 2016
Never related so hard to a tweet in our whole entire lives.
I like to piss off old white guys by saying “Ring Of Fire” by Johnny Cash was about anal sex.
— ? (@Sassafrantz) October 19, 2016
Our relationships with old dudes who try to talk to us in the auto parts store will never be the same.
— (((OhNoSheTwitnt))) (@OhNoSheTwitnt) October 17, 2016
Yaas yaas a thousand times YAAS!
BOSS: I want more from you
BOSS: I need to know you care about your work
ME: [slumps over]
ME: [falls to floor]
— JokerKaren (@batkaren) October 18, 2016
Ok fine you get the promotion.
men assuming they’re wanted, a compilation pic.twitter.com/wevw2I50tn
— ️ (@blanchetting) October 16, 2016
Gotta make this our bio on all socia media STAT
Sing me not your siren song, foul temptress. pic.twitter.com/SNfuHRds3t
— Jenny Jaffe (@jennyjaffe) October 18, 2016
THIS IS WORKPLACE HARASSMENT.
ppl like “what’s with Hilary’s pantsuit, she looks like a interplanetary leader from the future”
DRESS FOR THE JOB YOU WANT
— Casey Johnston (@caseyjohnston) October 20, 2016
She looked like if Steve Martin was a hot alien grandma. It made us believe in love again.
Just realized how rude it is that Laura Croft raids tombs
— Mary Sasson (@marysasson) October 20, 2016
Truly so rude. Those gems are for the mummies, Lara!
when youre hard at work cutting blades of grass for the crew but beenie man comes on pic.twitter.com/Fk1pjkDFxI
— TrickorTracy Clayton (@brokeymcpoverty) October 18, 2016
Been there, man. Been… there.
i can’t wait for the internet to be gone forever
— Noël Wells (@RealTomHankz) October 21, 2016
That’ll be nice!
There are lots of ways to grab a person. With your words, for example, or with a funny joke. But also, if you’re a really awful person, you can grab ’em by the pussy! The only danger of that is, sometimes the pussy grabs back.
This catchy little ditty from Kim Boekbinder makes us want to go out and smash the patriarchy through votes. Let’s grab em back, ladies!
Whether it’s your teenage cousin or that dude from Tinder who added you, we all know someone blowing up Facebook with vague statuses. Sure, they could just confront the person they’re mad at. But then everyone wouldn’t get to enjoy guessing who they’re talking about!
So which of these passive-aggressive, poorly spelled Facebook statuses best captures your personality? Take our quiz to find out!
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