Today we will see thousands of women across the country marching and striking for “The Day Without A Woman.”
We’ll avoid the politics of it all, as that’s been covered almost to the point of exhaustion on various news outlets and social media.
We will, however, take a look at the humorous side of it, because the point of a Day Without A Woman, we assume, is to show men how important they are in our lives. To be clear, no one here at The Daily Sheeple thinks otherwise.
When the organization that started the movement asked men how they plan to support women on March 8, some of the responses, as you can imagine, were pretty hilarious. Some are nothing short of pure brilliance, and whether male or female, we think you might just get a chuckle out of these:
Men: how do you plan to support #DayWithoutAWoman on March 8th?
— Women’s March (@womensmarch) February 26, 2017
— Gunny Dave USMC (@dave_usmc) February 26, 2017
— A White Hispanic (@awhite_hispanic) February 26, 2017
— Liars Never Win (@liars_never_win) February 26, 2017
@womensmarch while my wife is off screaming and marching, I’m going to take my girlfriend out to dinner and then some shopping.
— The Morning Spew (@TheMorningSpew) February 26, 2017
@womensmarch I’m gonna leave the toilet seat up.
— Rick Moore (@RickMoore) February 26, 2017
.@womensmarch The same way I support all women in my life, pretending to listen while the game is on.
— Mujahed Kobbe (@Moj_kobe) February 26, 2017
@womensmarch It’s not a day without a woman. It’s only a day without ridiculous liberal women in vulgar pink hats. The world laughs.
— Trish Laird (@TrishLaird) February 26, 2017
@womensmarch With snarky tweets about all the unattractive women that are attracted to your movement.
— ‘Merican-American (@Claiborne_David) February 26, 2017
@womensmarch I’m going to put on a dress, go to the girls locker room at the gym and show them my tolerance.
— Josh Burlingame (@josh_burlingame) February 26, 2017
@womensmarch I’m a woman and I’ll be at work. My female employees better be at work, too, or they will be former employees.
— Lucy P. (@lucypenny_g) February 26, 2017
@womensmarch Just asked my husband & he said he’s going to make some ribs w/extra-hot hot sauce & play Metallica really loud.
— Deborah Sampson (@Debsam1760) February 26, 2017
@womensmarch going to take my beautiful retired wife out for a good lunch —
— JimW_in_NM (@JimW_in_NM) February 26, 2017
@womensmarch i will def be at the strip club
— Mikey Nickels (@Michelouce21) February 26, 2017
@womensmarch I’ll be at work snowflakes. It’s what real women do. Handle your business.
— SP (@CTEBRgirl) February 26, 2017
My wife and I will spend the day, going about our lives, together, completely oblivious to your “event”.
— The Unconquered (@redpilldom) February 26, 2017
@womensmarch I am happy for the men married to the women in this march. For them, it will be a day of peace and quiet at home.
— George Matthews (@MattNJPatriot) February 26, 2017
@womensmarch By not giving a shit.
— Sifty Boones (@siftyboones) February 26, 2017
@womensmarch That won’t affect the top less bars being open will it???
— Russ R. (@RussRyder1) February 26, 2017
.@womensmarch we’ll throw a kegger & burn our coasters in defiance
— Not Sure (@adr3n) February 26, 2017
@womensmarch Enjoy the peace and quiet, I’ll make my own damn sammich..
— Jeff McGee (@jeffmcgee57) February 26, 2017