Some kind of… epic

My God.

  • BillyHW

    Was cotton really that hard to pick? Couldn’t we have kidnapped the Irish to do it?

  • lolwut? (Deplorable Hoser)

    Protect the weaves!

  • vimy

    Thats not a fight. This is a fight.

    • Maurice Miner

      OK, that’s a good cat fight! YT’s too – well done, Vimy!

    • Editor

      29 unanswered blows, and she wasn’t “defending herself intelligently”, the ref should have stopped that earlier. I know a TKO is not what the fans want but seriously.

    • Yikes!

  • Maurice Miner

    OK, this was in fact a well-regulated bitch-slap session.

    A teaching moment for Hillary voters.

    The females went at each other with aplomb, but when they overstepped the societal limits, notice that the menfolk stepped in and remonstrated with the combatant who went over the line.

    A true cat fight is ugly in its outcome – this was a mere “grown-up” example of a middle-school playground brawl.

    What would be of particular interest to sociologists is that the “rules” of the bitch-slap were quite heavily on the side of “one-on-one”.

    If per chance the combatants were of differing racial stripes, then it would be expected that the “rules of engagement” would subtly change, and you would see far more “many-on-one” conflicts, males assisting females towards the outcome, and so on, leading to multiple deaths.

    Diversity is our strength!

    • Slickfoot The Deplorable

      Outstanding analysis of the rules.

  • Justin St.Denis

    This is what happens when fans have different opinions about a performance outside the Metropolitan Opera.

  • simus1

    Dayton girls need to work on their stance and balance. They got the slow feet fall down syndrome for some reason.

    • Editor

      And if one of them got a short haircut, she’d be invincible.

      • Slickfoot The Deplorable


  • Just another summer night in the American South. The stories I could tell about living in Charlotte.

  • Pavelina

    That just went on and on. Where were the cops!!