It was only a matter of time. #whatdifferencedoesitmake got a hashtag soon after it was uttered. There are even Hillary Clinton 2016 signs printed with it. Then Hillary Clinton Not Impressed During Benghazi Hearing got a photo caption contest. And can Hillary Clinton in gifs be far behind? Of course not!
Over at feministing.com, columnist Zerlina Maxwell posted a series of gifs as part of a humorous “how-to” guide to dealing with “mansplainers” (defined as “a person — typically a man — who explains something condescendingly or patronizingly to a listener — usually a woman — who, in fact, does not require an explanation”).
Here are three of our picks:
Step 4: Raise your hands up like, “What’s your point?” and clown the mansplainer for not having an actual relevant point.
The really hillaryious part is when the guy at the other end of the conversation ends up his turn with “Thank you, Madame Secretary.” He could have asked a bunch more follow-up questions had he attended the classified hearing on Benghazi and did his homework.
Step 5: When Senator John McCain calls you combative and proceeds to rant endlessly, nod with a sly smile.
Step 7: Rearrange all of the random crap on your desk. You can never be too organized when getting grilled by angry white dudes.
If you want the full tutorial, head over to How to deal with a mansplainer starring Hillary Clinton in gifs.
We think that this woman is still going places, never mind what the press release says. You noticed, of course, that no one has bothered to put Senators McCain, Paul or Johnson in gifs? And they’ve got gorgeous ties. Maybe the gifs are the new bubble heads and signs of things to come?
Stoooop! We’re not going there, not to 2016 even if she already got a Ready for Hillary Super PAC and a second memoir in the works.
In any case, did you see Matt Damon tie and gag Jimmy Kimmel on teevee? What a great idea! The next congressional rep who ask brainless questions during a hearing after skipping a classified briefing on the matter being discussed ought to be gagged with
a tie duct-tape ala Jimmy Kimmel. Because it’s really annoying when we have to listen to our elected representatives listen to themselves talk. But hey! Don’t ask Matt Damon to do it.
Wait — wouldn’t it be great if in addition to requesting tickets, flags, congressional interventions over visa matters, constituent services could also include volunteer opportunities to administer the duct-tape?
- How to deal with a mansplainer starring Hillary Clinton in gifs (feministing.com)
- Hillary Clinton to write second memoir (todaynews.today.com)
- Hillary Clinton Supporters Have Already Launched A Super PAC For 2016 (businessinsider.com)
- Graham: Clinton ‘got away with murder’ (politico.com)
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