What to Expect on a Day Without Women…From a Man’s Perspective…

For some reason liberal women think the world will stop revolving without them showing up for work for one day…














Thank you for that laugh.  I needed that this morning (as he drys the tears of joy from his eyes).

You silly women who bought into the idea that you’re all that and a bag of bovine chips.  You really have no idea how thankful we men are that you didn’t show up for work.

Because a day without women in the work place…

…is the day men get to make decisions without having someone interject their “feelings” about how they don’t agree with the decision that needed to be made. 

…is the day men are able to work in silence.  

…is the day men can talk like men without fear of persecution or harassment.

…is the day we men have more bathrooms to use. 

…is the day men don’t have to listen to some pathetic conversation about a soap opera, the bachelor, a pathetic failed relationship, complaints about how men never listen, stupid telephone conversations and how children won’t behave.

…is the day “bitchy” won’t be used to describe someone.  

…is the day that will go down in history as a day of rejoicing for all men.   


It’s pathetic for women to think that they are SOOO important to the work place that not showing up for one day will cause the world to collapse and all men to view them differently. 



Job Hunting


You never know what you don’t like to do until you’re forced to do it and then you find out that you really hate it.

One of those things for me happens to be updating my resume/filling out job applications. 

I’m finding that this is a task I wish I could pay someone to do for me because I really loathe the mundane repetition of having to retype my personal information over and over again.  It kinda reminds me of that television series Lost, where they found the hatch and had to input numbers over and over and over but they never knew why they were doing it.  

Every business that makes you fill out a job application should require the exact same information.  None of them should be different. 

What makes matters worse, is that there are some businesses that tease you into thinking you don’t have to fill out a job application because the site will take your information right off of your LinkedIn account, however, they then require you to type in your information because they firmly believe you’re lying to them and they want to “verify” that what you put on LinkedIn is true.  

But it’s a ploy. 

What they are really doing is testing you to see if your life is so pathetic that you will actually re-enter all the information that was so easily accessed from LinkedIn, just to make certain you’re willing to repeat mundane tasks…over and over and over again. They do this because they know if you’re willing to waste 3 hours of your day just to fill out a job application, then you’re willing to waste 30 years of your life doing the same mindless job without complaint. 

Personally, I think the application process should be centralized and every job search website should have to pay for the rights to view my personal information; and I don’t mean paying the centralized site that hosts it.  I mean…they should pay me just to view my resume and application data because having to enter it into multiple job applications is a job in and of itself. 

I’ve tried to simplify it by having it all in a text document and then trying to copy and paste the work history into each new job app, but what I’ve found is that every business has their own job application which requires different information, therefore, I have to try and remember stuff from ten years ago that I forgot I knew.

Filling out job applications would be so much easier if I didn’t have to fill out job applications.

Actually…filling out job applications would be so much easier if I could just lie about what I’ve done in my life, and no one would do a background check to verify it.

Job applications are pathetic.