Reviews

Ah yes, my adoring public, commenting amongst themselves about the Primer post:

From: apiphile.tumblr.com/post/3482433610/can-we-all-just-talk-about-how-fucking-awful-this

please it’s the most transphobic thing i have read and the fact that GOG DAMN FEMINISTS are SCHLICKING OVER IT MAKES ME WANT TO CURL UP AND DIE

The most transphobic!!!
The review is lacking, just a tad, in critical analysis. Just testerically screeching “twanzphobic” might be enough to scare the funfems, but I am not a funfem. As for the suicide threat, less dwama queen, more critical thinking deary.
My review of your review: try harder.
Score out of ten: -π (that’s negative pi)

And some buddy of the one above added:

From: call-me-al.tumblr.com/post/3490200503

please die

please die

please die

please die

and that graphic that al didn’t get the significance of until hitting the comments and what the fuck what the fuck what the fuck what the fuck

please die

So elegant, so insightful, so much in command of the English language.
However, I give this one a Fail as well.
Score out of ten: -37 due to repetition.
Note that the score was upgraded from -43 due to the politeness of “please”.

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Author’s note:
If they think those were ‘most twanzphobic things eva’, then they will have to come up with a completely new and greater level of shock in the future. Because I am working on it. 😛

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Peer reviews:

FAB Libber: Irreverent to penises
– Ballbuster

4 thoughts on “Reviews

  1. FAB Libber

    It took me a little while to decode that second one, “al” referred to “al” in the third person. WTF?
    Or perhaps I should have said:
    It took FABLibber a little while to decode that second one…

    Terrif’, FABLibber can be pompous and full of herself too!

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  3. Jilla

    Let’s all make a pact to leave that brain-dead internet-speak to them. O!!!MIDOG!!!!!

    Radical feminists write comprehensive sentences using language, or patois if that’s what you prefer to use, or if we’re having trouble doing that, now, for some reason, we do still try to sound like thinking adults.

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