Here's a good one to start the weekend off with. Some wits over at the University of Glasgow have nominated Milo Yiannopoulos as the university's new Rector. Needless to say the Fem. Soc. had kittens at the news and decided to call for a boycott of the vote.
Various people then pointed out to the girlies that boycotting the vote might just lead to Milo getting elected, so they had a rethink later that day:
The problem was that people were still passing round the original boycott call. So two days later the girlies decided that it might just be a good idea if they altered their original post:
Got that? Clear as mud, I'm sure.
The fems then decided that Milo should not even be allowed to stand for the Rectorship, and started a petition calling for the university to ban him, or something. Anyway, that petition reached a grand total of 3,000 signatures a week ago and has not managed to hit 3,500 even now.
Plan B involved threatening riots if Milo stands. Excuse me, but this is Glasgow we are talking about here, a city that regards street fighting as normal entertainment. Just like the Eskimos are supposed to have over a hundred words to describe snow, the Glaswegians have at least the same number to describe a brawl.
Meanwhile, Milo Yiannopoulos has decided to pour petrol on the flames by promising to come to dear old Glasgow town to campaign in person.
This has all the making of lots of free publicity for Milo, plenty of outrage for the fems and a bundle of laughs for everyone else as we sit back and watch the cat fight.