Posted On: Friday - March 5th 2021 7:16PM MST
In Topics:   Commies  Humor  Salesmen  Hildabeast  China  Female Stupidity
You really gotta wonder about women voters. They trend Socialist in general, and once you go Socialist, you're on the road to the hard stuff. Socialism is a gateway ideology. I understand that women vote this way due to FEELINGS and compassion, but if they just were to think a little bit ahead and really envision Communism, they should recoil at one of its worst evils. See, Communists are known to wear "dull, olive-drab clothing", and often clothing selection is limited under Communism.
Women HATE dull colors and HATE HATE HATE wearing the same clothes again and again, say like just 2 weeks since the last time or something. Can you imagine how it was for them during the hard-core Commie era in Red China? It must have been a real struggle session. "Honey, three of our women's Red Guard unit were wearing the same jacket as me, and there were only four of us, and we all had the same hairstyles! It was SO embarrassing!"
"We have both colors, Ma'am, blue AND grey."
Peak Stupidity's take on the high fashion marketing business in 1967 China:
Distraught Chinawoman after a particularly bad day of revolutionary work bumps into high-level Chinaman cadre from The People's Heavy Jacket Factory #2:Now for a man under Communism, if you can get past the family destruction, economic devastation, purges, and gulags, the fashion situation is quite nice. "Sir, my t-shirt, outer shirt, pants, underwear, socks, and shoes are all worn out. I would like replacements please." "Here." "That was easy!" [Mashes People's Stationary Store #1 big Red Guard button]
"Oh, I'm so sorry. It's just that... sob... today was so horrible! During the
People's Red Guard Court, they hung a man for selling flowers by the road, and ... sob... we couldn't get full asphyxiation for 5 minutes... and then, he was so heavy, and I only had one man help me drag his body to the pig trough... then I got my shoes muddy... and ... "
"Miss,... what's your patch say... Miss... Qlin Tang, is it? Let me wipe your tears, I have one more square of toilet paper I'd been saving... but you ... oh, what a nice jacket."
"This is from the People's Heavy Jacket Factory # 2 catalog, Sir. Do you recognize it?"
"Do I?! This jacket is perfect for a hard-working revolutionary. Deep hand-sown outer pockets hold pounds of colored chalk for writing Big-Character posters to hang on the necks of Capitalist Roaders... yet, this jacket, made out of fine American Red-Cross emergency blanket material, is still light enough to wear through all day struggle sessions in those warm Peking summers. The look says 'rugged Communist Revolutionary on a Long March', yet it is elegant enough for a Gang of Four Politburo banquet. Created with fine Chinese craftspeopleship, it features a wide collar, perfect for those nights spent under the stars at a Manchurian pig farm, an inner pocket for that Little Red Book, and comes in blue or grey."
"Why, you're, you're ..."
"Mao Peterman, Miss Tang. You know, a woman like you ... The Inner Party could really use another concubine like you, Qlin Tang."
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