I am a Bitch

//I am a Bitch

I am a Bitch

The word “bitch”, literally meaning a female dog, is a common slang term in the English language, especially used as a denigrating term applied to a person, commonly a woman. It often refers to someone who is belligerent, unreasonable, rudely intrusive or aggressive. Source: Wikipedia

On my drive home from work I saw this woman driving this truck with her “moniker” posted in large pink letters across her tailgate. I couldn’t help but snap a quick photo. A while back, I had a conversation with a woman (identity withheld to protect the ignorant) who told me “No one likes me because I am a bitch.”  she said in a proud manner as if this was a great achievement. I was taken back by this revelation.  Since this confession, the whole thought process behind this has been running around in my head. At what point in our culture does some one want to be self labeled as a belligerent, unreasonable, rudely intrusive or aggressive or any of the other things associated with being labeled a “bitch”?

I don’t get it.

Who wants to be labeled as something that negative.  What purpose does it serve?  Does it promote anything positive?

From my experience no one likes these kind of self absorbed people.

Do employers want to hire them? I wouldn’t .

Do you want to deal with this type of person at the store? Hell No!

Do people want to be co-workers with them? Probably Not.

Do you want to date/have a relationship with/marry these people? Certainly Not.

So why would you do this? Can anyone explain it to me?

 

By | 2016-11-10T20:52:55+00:00 August 28th, 2011|Categories: Anti-Hero|Tags: , |3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Hanna_Bair August 29, 2011 at 5:23 pm

    This mystery is just as elusive to me! It is as bad as black peole wanting to be called the “n” word and like people with disabilities wanting to be called a retard. My guess is, it is more along the lines of the less intelligent seeking attention…

  2. Hillory Hippen August 29, 2011 at 6:24 pm

    I agree with Hanna about the attention grabbing.  Negative attention is better in the minds of some than no attention.  Maybe if they don’t do SOMETHING to get noticed they will just feel more invisible than they already do and that must be avoided at any cost.  No one want s to feel invisible all the time, just as a convenient super-power.

  3. Henry August 29, 2011 at 9:08 pm

    Society has taught people there is strength in not conforming to community standards. Since moral relativism teaches us there is no right and wrong, or winners and losers, we are free to embrace the idiotic, no matter how much at odds you are with society. The idea that “my poop doesn’t stink” prevails. The irony is, no matter how friendly you call her a hitch, she’ll still resent you.

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