WTF? The BBC pundit’s children video is NOT FUNNY. It’s patriarchy in a nutshell

“Hello, it’s me! I’m the Media Mole’s killjoy spinster aunt, and I am here to disagree with my nibling and drop hot feminist takes all over your internet. Just call me Millie Tant. Moley Tant. Whatever. We’ll workshop it.

Today, the internet has been on fire with hilarity over this video of a BBC pundit being interrupted, first, by a toddler. Then a baby in a wheeler. Then a woman desperately trying to retrieve both so that the pundit can get on with delivering his take about North Korea.”

  • moraywatson

    I hope the nanny’s papers are all in order.

    • tom_billesley

      It’s his wife, not a nanny.

    • The “nanny” is the mother.

      Surely the feminists care about accuracy.

      • moraywatson

        The infiltration has gone deeper than I suspected.

  • Typical constant whining about men by feminazis.

    He makes part of his families living by being on camera. He is obviously working trying to bring home the bacon.

    If he didn’t bring home the bacon would that make the feminazis happy?

  • WildWelshWoman

    Oh, give it up, would ya? The constant drone of feminazis’ whining is enough to make the Pope develop Tourettes!

    The CLUELESS woman who penned this article must be devoid of a sense of humour because every single other person on this planet who watched that video cracked up laughing. Meanwhile, this bint focuses on the gentle shove that daddy gives his daughter and makes it sound like child abuse. For God’s sake, woman, he was on LIVE TV! How else was he supposed to react?

    Had she done a little research on the man’s background she would have discovered that the woman who retrieved the children is his Korean wife of several years, not a nanny, and the office he was in is the same room that is used when he and his family use Skype to chat with his family in the US.

  • tom_billesley

    Racism trumps feminism
    There has been a rush to condemn anyone who even had a passing thought that the racial difference made it likely that it was a nanny who rushed in after the children, thus condemning most people.

  • Tom Forsythe

    How many feminists does it take to change a light bulb?

  • Shebel

    I thought it was pretty cute.
    and it was not fake.

    • passerby1969

      Sad that men must live such truncated lives.

      He basically pushed his daughter aside.

  • Tooth&Claw

    Jeez. The guy works from home. He had a scheduled interview. Perhaps he is the main child care giver when he’s not giving an interview. You don’t know his situation. All these assumptions. If his spouse had been the one giving the interview and the roles reversed, it would have been just as hilarious.
    Anyone that has ever worked from home knows that at times the two spheres intersect and on a child’s whim.

    • Mark K

      Couldn’t agree more, she is full of assumptions and jumping to conclusions about all of mankind from one two minute episode. That being said, the assumptions I’m making is that a) she is miserable and b) she feels full of virtue and superior to the rest of us for feeling her imagined pain of patrimony better than anyone else.