05 December 2010


There is an "Inferior Cul-de-sac". Is there also a "Superior Cul-de-sac"?

Do females feel slighted because there is a "Bundle of His", but apparently there is no "Bundle of Hers"?

Inquiring minds want to know.


Bloviating Zeppelin said...

I know there's a superior vena cava and an inferior vena cava. I've not heard of that applied to a cul-de-sac.

And I've not heard of a "bundle of his." His what?


camerapilot said...

Dude, I look at it this way, (I've been married 32 yrs.)we're a Bundle of Inferior and they're right.
Moving on, bugging out:)

cj said...

I'm with BZ - a bundle of his what... or should we not ask?


Greybeard said...

Info on the Bundle of His.

Rita said...

I had to google it.

I think the only females that get their panties in a wad over using the male term for anything, or calling a repairman a repairman no matter the gender have serious issues with their own self-worth. I could care less if I was elected to Congress and someone called me a Congressman.

Well, that may be a bad example considering the negative connotation associated now with any politician, but you get my drift.

You're with me on this one, "ain't cha" CJ? Were you ever offended when anyone called you a policeman?

cj said...

Ah...found it.

Offended? No, not really.

But, I prefer police officer.

And yes, I'm with you. Chairperson sounds stupid. Mankind certainly includes women, etc.


Greybeard said...

More women involved there than men, statistically.
Embrace it.

Rita said...

Back in the stone age when I was being taught Elementary school grammer, the male gender was the correct grammer for an unknown gender.

Feminists should care more about babies being slaughtered than they do about what title to which they are referred.