General Mattis Tough Talk PROVOKES Leftists with Vagina Reference

General Mattis Tough Talk PROVOKES Leftists with Vagina Reference

I have no idea why some words have double meanings, but many do.

Some words can be used in amazing context, particularly when intonation is used.

Pussy is such a word.

Here is how the Urban Dictionary describes the word.

Something warm, wet, snuggly and sometimes furry that you can eat and still fuck it afterwords.

The only thing I know that can bleed for seven days and not die.

Something men babies spend 9 months getting out of – and the rest of their lives trying to get back into …

But don’t dare use the term in referring to that part of a woman’s anatomy or you could end up president! But I digress…for now.

Pussy can also be used to describe something that is full of puss. You likely hadn’t thought of that use. Of course, it sounds different, thus the word doesn’t challenge one’s gentile sensibilities. Which brings me to the next use of the word.

General Mattox captured the ire of the Left recently as he used the word in this context.

The Urban Dictionary alludes to General Mattox’ use of the word in this #3 as apparently some urbanite abandoned his political correctness to enjoy a poke at the French. 

1. a group of cats
2. a group of female genitalia
3. the french

As NBC News reported, Mattis bluntly praised Navy sailors for their service.

“You will have some of the best days of your life and some of the worst days of your life in the U.S. Navy, you know what I mean?” Mattis told sailors stationed at Naval Base Kitsap, in Washington state.

“That means you’re living. That means you’re not some pussy sitting on the sidelines, you know what I mean, kind of sitting there saying, ‘Well, I should have done something with my life,’” Mattis added. “Because of what you’re doing now, you’re not going to be laying on a shrink’s couch when you’re 45 years old, saying ‘What the hell did I do with my life?’ Why? Because you served others, you served something bigger than you.”

After the release of the transcript from the Pentagon, the press went ape sh*t.

And of course, due to the nature of the comment involving “vagina”, the Left immediately tied the comment to Donald Trump.

Mattis wouldn’t be the first member of the executive branch to make vulgar comments. Trump used the same obscenity in a 2005 conversation that was caught on tape and unearthed in October.

And let’s face it America, only Republicans and Conservatives speak of such things about women.

How convenient for the press to mention Trump’s “pussy dalliances” at every chance, and yet ignore Bill Clinton’s. How many women has Anthony Weiner grabbed by the “vagina”? How many has Hillary Clinton!!?

The Left are amazing at having their sensibilities offended, as they offend much more egregiously and much more often.

Since we’ve spent time on one gender, it’s only fair we cover the anatomy of another.

And particularly as it pertains to double-meanings. So let’s discuss the origins of “dick”. As Today I Found Out informs us, the term dick used as a jerk is still a bit sketchy:

The name Richard is thought by most etymologists to derive from the Proto-Germanic ‘Rikharthu’, meaning more or less “hard ruler” (‘Rik-‘ meaning ‘ruler’ and ‘-harthu’ meaning ‘hard’).  This was adopted into Old High German as ‘Ricohard’, and from there to Old French, then Old English as ‘Richeard’, and today as ‘Richard’.

You might think from Richard meaning “hard ruler” and being a man’s name that Dick being a nickname for Richard probably came about for pejorative reasons, borrowing from one of the other meanings of “dick”, such as ‘dick’ as in ‘jerk’ or ‘dick as in ‘penis’.  However, the first record of ‘dick’ meaning ‘jerk’ didn’t come about until a few hundred years after its association with Richard and the first record of it referring to a penis wasn’t until the 1890s, as a British army slang term.  Exactly how that latter meaning came about isn’t known, being a slang term that was considered somewhat uncouth to put on paper.  Because of that, ‘dick’ meaning ‘penis’ probably had been around a while before the 1890s, but not nearly long enough before to have contributed to the Richard/Dick connection.

So I say to the readers, man up, you dicks. Stop being pussies.



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