Wednesday, May 17, 2006


Pre-pregnant? How about I cut off your f-ing Viagra access you bastards?

Filled with so much rage. I can't even articulate how angry I am. The words "pre-pregnant" make my vision fill with red and it's a wonder my head hasn't exploded yet. But would it matter, so long as my womb was intact, regardless of whether I'm planning on reproducing anything with it?

Fucking bastards. Grrrrrr!

[this post brought to you by not enough coffee, ardent pro-choice sentiments and a sincere desire to castrate whoever came up with that phrase]

In knitting news, I'm still working on socks. And may work on a design for a male chastity device because the poor dears can't be bothered to keep it zipped, and of course it's the fault of all the baby incubators everywhere, so long as they're of an age to menstruate.

But first, I'm gonna run out for a double shot of scotch and possibly chain smoke my way through half a pack while eating a cheese steak sandwich with a side of fries smothered in cheese and gravy or something.


Blogger Maggie said...

Holy smokes! I almost thought that article was fake news... but it turns out that was wishful thinking on my part. I didn't realize we were back to being mindless baby incubators, so does it count if I get my folic acid from orange juice and rum?

I actually linked to you from the Yarn Harlot, I was reading your comment about the corriedale and wanted to tell you to not give up hope on it. I like it for sort of mindless spinning, but apparently I have been spoiled by good rovings.

1:39 PM  
Blogger moiraeknits said...

Maggie - I KNOW!!! My vision is STILL red, hours later. It's like taking a humongous step backward. A Handmaid's Tale is looking ever more like becoming a reality. ::shudders::

I'll have to find some good Corriedale and try it again. I'm already washing a bizillion fleeces (OK, a slight exaggeration), what harm could another one do? The stuff I got before just made me nauseous - sort of a glue-like scent with a touch of, I dunno, ass or something. Just awful.

Thanks for commenting! Comments make me smile. Lots and lots, even through the veil of RAGE! :D

1:54 PM  
Blogger Cathy said...

yeah. I see red too. You know, when I read Flannery O'Connor and later A Handmaid's Tale (MA wrote it when she lived in the US South) - I thought both were just a bit of exaggeration. Then I lived in SW MO for 13 yrs. Nothing surprises me anymore. I wish something would.

9:16 AM  
Anonymous Elaine said...

I'm thinking of putting "Not an INCUBATOR" shirts up on Cafe Press. It wouldn't change anything, but it would sooth my bitter side a bit.

1:23 PM  

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