Thursday, February 26, 2009

Songs from My Youth

This is how I came to hunt alligators for a living. Cute, but it would have been better with more butt kicking.

Question: Do you think this message is still important? Or is this old news to girls these days?


Blogger Dahlia said...

Hehe, I loved the Muppets when I was little. Was this post brought to us by the letter U and the number 7, by any chance? :)

4:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Muppets! Sesame Street! Feminism! YAY!

4:39 PM  
Anonymous Dakota Blue said...

We can also be latin robots that will one day take over the world. (I'm not lying. My friend was that for halloween. Yes, she is a total physco.)

5:35 PM  
Anonymous dangerous said...

"Margret, tell 'em about the cat." I had to stop the video I was laughing so hard.

5:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think that the message still applies to girls growing up now, because there still are sexists in the world (drat them).Of course, it's not totally needed like it used to be, but I think that we should still drill the message into little four and five year olds' heads.

Kudos to whoever decided to write/make/film that song! It was a great music vid!

6:22 PM  
Blogger Kitty said...

This is much better than the shrunken head one... Lol... I agree with you Traveling Gnome! WE ARE FEMINISTS!!! XD

6:29 PM  
Blogger wazzupgirly! said...

LOL!~ i love it, its funny!

6:41 PM  
Blogger falcon said...

old news I think... just a little though.
These days, it's directed more at little boys who think that a girl can't be a fireman or something... and then we move on.

9:25 PM  
Blogger Air is Where said...

i should show that to the guys in my gym class. even though they know i'm good at most sports (not football) they still don't pass to me. they must think i have no legs or something.

10:08 PM  
Blogger Giant Squirrels or Bust! said...

My schools good about equality but there are still EVIL sexists

9:55 PM  
Anonymous Dakota Blue said...

people in my school are just sick. You can not believe how many times the conversation went like this:
Boys: Where's lunch? We're starved
Me: Sorry, I don't cook garbage
Boys:We don't eat garbage! When pigs fly!
Me:You fly?
(You think they would grow up)

10:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think that all the GIRLS know, but the idiot GUYS who still think girls should stay at home and do the cleaning while the big, strong men go out hunting for dinner need to see this.

8:40 PM  
Blogger liltomboyblue11;) said...

Heh heh this brings back fond memories of whopping some boy butts..... xP the boys in my neighborhood DEFINETELY don't think that anymore. They even let me play football with them, and they had to get their biggest/oldest/strongest guy to tackle me. *sigh* good times.

10:11 AM  

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