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Mental anxiety, mental breakdown, menstrual cramps, menopause all start with MEN

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  • Bh 10/04/2017, 6:16 am

    That topic heading is something I’d have expected to see in the Age! Albeit a serious accusation, not satire.

  • Topsy 10/04/2017, 8:19 am

    Menstrual cramps? Bravo – the rhetoric of all those who say we are as we think ourselves gender wise, must be very persuasive indeed.

    • Joe Blogs 10/04/2017, 5:43 pm

      “Show me the menses.” That should shut up half of the confused.

  • luk1955 11/04/2017, 8:50 am

    Luke1955, your entire comment has been deleted. The head sentence is satire obviously beyond your comprehension. But your disgusting and foul-mouthed attack on women is not beyond our comprehension. It seems you sought to deliberately to insult MM’s large, female readership. You have been a valuable longtime contributor to MM but any further comments as bad as today’s effort will se you looking for somewhere else to vent your clear hatred of women. Perhaps you might be man enough to apologise and put the matter to rest?
    Chaucer Editor.

    • Spinbuster 13/04/2017, 6:05 am

      Some time ago, a certain female caused me some considerable grief with actions “less than noble.”
      This had a deleterious effect on my psyche WRT all women until I attended a group therapy session.

      I vividly remember the tales of three women in that group.
      One had a cigarette burn from her husband just near her eye.
      Another narrowly escaped losing an eye from a screwdriver wielded by husband.
      Another told me how, her husband, a gambling addict, wasted away a three hundred thousand dollar family home behind her (trusting) back.
      It is possible they had their own faults like any human, but all of these women presented as decent, honest and compassionate.
      I went away with a different point of view.

      I have heard the other side of the argument too, many, many times and I can well understand why Pauline has taken up the cause in this regard.
      Gold diggers, adulteresses, guys traveling 200 ks to see their kids only to find the rendezvous not honoured by the spiteful ex wife, etc etc, and when I hear of murder suicides involving families, I can easily read between the lines.

      “One Nation went to the federal election with a radical policy to overhaul the nation’s family law system: abolish the Family Court and replace it with a “family tribunal” to consist of people from “mainstream Australia”, rather than judges.”

  • Bwana Neusi 14/04/2017, 10:56 am

    I notice that Google’s opening page today shows no iconic reflexion of Easter, as compared to various animated variations of Google for other periodic events.
    Google now fully PC’d.

    • Zoltan 14/04/2017, 1:12 pm

      Ah but this one is halal certificationed!

  • Spinbuster 15/04/2017, 6:07 am

    Classic Example of One Eyed Reporting By Omission.

    Melbourne convenience store owner says he was forced to put up a sign in his front window banning black youths from entering the store because they were “always stealing” from him.

    (An obviously gutless and PC) …….
    Victoria Police spokesperson has since said they “do not support the language of the poster”, and called the message “inappropriate”.
    ………(But did not say how they were fixing the problem, nor did the spokesperson express any shame for allowing the degradation of law and order to occur in the first place.)


  • Bushkid 15/04/2017, 6:16 am

    Ah, but “women” ends with men, sot men get to have the last word after all…. 🙂

  • Robert TG 15/04/2017, 11:14 am

    Why is chairMAN wrong, but chairperSON ok?

    • aadje 15/04/2017, 2:38 pm

      Should be chairperdaughter!

  • Fred 15/04/2017, 2:19 pm

    I have known of men that have suffered the mems and child birth pain

    • aadje 15/04/2017, 2:43 pm

      Yeah, I had a friend many years ago who when his wife was breast feeding their baby, would develop two large wet spots on the front of his t-shirt. He was actually quite proud of it. Then again he was an English teacher (masters degree) who couldn’t spell.

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