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11-19-2008 @ 2:18PM
Wow, a discussion on misogyny, and it's not even lunchtime yet!The point was that Pat Mitchell is a big superficial asshole, and when he's got the opportunity to create his own "perfect woman," he describes nothing but physical attributes and ends up unsatisfied. At the end, he finds that he's (perhaps ironically) better off with an inflatable toy. Guys like him don't deserve any more. There's your moral, if you need one.Really, though, it was just supposed to be funny. Lighten up, chum.
11-19-2008 @ 2:37PM
mhmm...and when all you're using is PAINT to make your "perfect woman" what else could you do? Can you really DRAW a personality? Sounds like a game of pictionary gone awry."Okay...so...draw your wife's personality""What? Ummm, how would I even do that?"You can't draw my personality? You insensitive jerk!"
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