The award for biggest Twatsickle of the week goes to the very wonderful specimen of the 19th century man, that is Piers Morgan.
For he is manly and strong and opinionated, and makes about as much sense as a pubic hair in a microwave…
What kind of ridiculous and far-fetched and non-sensical image is that?
Well it’s ALMOST on the same level of fuckwittery as the opinions of Old Man Morgan and his prehistoric views that men who carry their babies are emasculated.
He berated Bond actor, Daniel Craig in a Twitter post which has caused interweb meltdown and given the old gobshite far more publicity than he deserves.
HOW could a man, who is a father and who is caring for and carrying his offspring, possibly be described as emasculated?
HOW can this man of the world not understand that actually, there is nothing MORE MANLY than a man who looks after his child. For the children, believe it or not, belong to the father too.
And before anyone jumps on the “Not all men are good fathers” train, that is NOT what this post is about. Of course some men are twatholes. But, so are some women, so let’s not go off point.
To me, there is nothing more wonderful and adorable and god damn SEXIFUL as watching a man being a dad; doing what he can for his kids, being a role model to his kids, taking on whatever job needs doing and stepping up to the mark. And that includes the Dads who carry their babies… if anything, there is nothing MORE MANLY than seeing a Dad being a DAD.
But off you go back to your cave, you pillar of Gobshitery. Back to your chest beating and grunting. Back to your prehistoric notions.
You are not able for the men of our society, who know that raising chidren is NOT only the role of the woman. Who know that the sign of a real man is not to think himself above the mundane realities of the domestic word. Who know that Dads don’t “babysit”, they simply parent…
Well, the real men anyway…
Justice however was served in many ways, from online photobombards of real men carrying their babies, to high profile Dads hitting back at his embarrassing comments, to comedian Harry Hill throwing a pie in his face “for Ross Kemp and for Daniel Craig” and all papoose-wearing fathers on Good Morning Britain!
But hey! There’s no such thing as bad publicity is there? I don’t think that starting an international conversation about how many wonderful dads and “real” or “masculine” men there are out there was this Turbotwat’s intention, but it has certainly been the result.
So here’s to the Real Men.