Thought for the Day--February 9, 2011 (Second Entry): Definition of a Crazy Woman

Some days are just too good for only one thought for the day.

Tina Fey, writer and comedian, offers this gem:
I have a suspicion...that the definition of "crazy" in show business is a woman who keeps talking even after no one wants to f**k her anymore*.
Fey adds that the crazy label does not seem to apply to Betty White because she is still considered sexually desirable.


If you are a lady of a certain age, never feel afraid to speak your mind; you have a right to be heard--never let a man, especially a young whippersnapper half your age--determine how you think and what you say.

And, young men, respect and listen to women, for they are so much more than receptacles for your seed.


*Source of quotation and paraphrase: "Confessions of a Juggler," The New Yorker, February 14 & 21, 2011, 65-65.


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