Friday, July 11, 2008

More political correctness

Let's not forget certain residents of Kentucky, Tennessee, and West Virginia. They must no longer be referred to as 'hillbillies'. They should now be called 'Appalachian-Americans'.

And so here you go, the female version, courtesy of Chuck.

How to speak about women and be politically correct ...

1. She is not a 'babe' or 'chick', she is a 'breasted American'.

2. She is not 'easy', she is 'horizontally accessible'.

3. She is not a 'dumb blonde', she is a 'light-haired detour off the information superhighway'.

4. She has not 'been around', she is a 'previously-enjoyed companion'.

5. She does not 'nag', she is 'verbally repetitive'.

6. She is not a 'two-bit hooker', she is a 'low cost provider'.

Me? I'm not "just" an 'American'. I should now be referred to as a 'Dutch/English/German/Irish/Swedish-American'.


Tammy said...

Yep, just as good as yesterday's post. ;)

Goldenrod said...

Hey, Tammy! Just finished publishing another, which I hope you will enjoy as well.