Extraordinary Monday

After losing both parents, six-year old, Jayden Hayes found his extraordinary purpose in life… turning frowns into smiles.

Every Monday, Just Another Ordinary Day brings you real life stories of people turning simple, ordinary actions into extraordinary experiences. If you know some folks doing ordinary things in extraordinary fashion to make the world a better place, CLICK HERE to submit their stories.

Feminist Theater? No. Such. Thing.

WARNING: This post contains video clips from idiotic feminist theater productions not suitable for viewing in the workplace (NSFW).

Watch these highlights from the feminist theater production, Sirens. It’s two and a half precious minutes of your life that you’ll never recover, but humor me.

Was the first thing that popped into your head WHAT THE HELL? If so, congratulations! You’re normal. Seriously. What the hell is this? If these are the HIGHLIGHTS – as in BEST PARTS – it makes me wonder what I missed having not seen the entire live stage production. Or not.

I don’t know about you, but I’d be pretty ticked if I bought tickets to this show (or got them for free) only to be assaulted by this irreverent display of shrill, insane feminist harpies screaming their heads off.

read more

Letter to Parents of Screaming Kid in Maine Diner

Meet Darla Neugebauer, the Maine restaurant owner who went a tad bit berserk and yelled at a patron’s screaming toddler.

Whenever something like this happens a debate surfaces over whether it’s ever okay to yell at somebody else’s kid. The answer is no, but can we at least agree every single person in that restaurant, except for that kid’s parents, probably wanted to do what Darla Neugebauer did? It just so happened she was the first one to come completely unhinged.

Whether the parents of that screaming toddler are so smitten with their child they were oblivious to just how annoying a kid screaming in a restaurant can be or they’re just jerks, it’s obvious they need to face some cold, hard facts. Here goes.

read more

Free Your Pits

By now you’ve probably heard about the stupid waste of time movement in which women stop shaving and dye their armpit hair all sorts of funky colors because… they’re bored? Want attention? Hate men?

My gut tells me it’s just another radical feminist stunt aimed at riling up masses of people incapable of thinking for themselves over (and I’m making air quotes) the oppressive patriarchy, but evidently it’s not. It’s still kind of stupid odd if you ask me, but at least the tenets of the Free Your Pits manifesto focus on empowering women rather than degrading every man that ever lived and all those yet to be born. Admittedly, however, their use of the word manifesto, regardless of its content, is enough to give me cause for panic. Okie dokie.

read more