The way it used to be…

Before the giantess liberation movement took place that is.
Before the giantess liberation movement took place, that is.

I’m not sure what I’m doing with the collage above yet, but whatever it is, I’m having fun hoping I’ll have time to imagine it soon. It will probably be a fun parody of this bit of old advice, an article I tattoo on my corneas when I want to picture what it must have been to be a lovely little house woman in the ’50s.

housewife
But it doesn’t mention anything about being barefoot.
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6 thoughts on “The way it used to be…

  1. I can’t vouch for its authenticity, but there’s nothing that leads me to believe it isn’t real. I know that earlier generations of women in my family had that sort of thinking drilled into them, as did the men.

    Yes. When I hear of that “golden age” I shake my head and think of all the people that didn’t feel it as such, and I’m glad these times I can use that backward thinking as inspiration for satirical blog content.

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  2. I for one am so glad I don’t live in the fifties, reading through that article, being married to that kind of woman would irritate the hell out of me.

    personally, give me a dirty house and a woman who’ll tell me when I’m being an idiot 😛

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  3. Hahah! And attempting to be that kind of woman would have irritated the hell out of me as well. Heck, being told I must attempt to be such a woman would have been beyond annoying.

    I prefer the dirty house and openness and freedom in a relationship, but I still hope no one calls you an idiot. There are nicer ways to show a man he’s being an idiot. 😀

    Seriously, I think one of the best feelings in a relationship comes from being with someone that knows you well enough to lead you away from trouble every once in a while, and knows how to do that without making you feel like an idiot.

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  4. Well I had a mighty…alright…ok…I know..I can’t have anything mighty…but to me it was mighty…*sighs*…alright…alright…it was a tinnnnny mighty chuckle. There…I got the mighty part in.

    Aaaanyway, I can’t BELIEVE that article was published. Of course I already said this to you, but still…it’s amazing to me that such a “guide” was ever allowed to be printed and published. And the collage…well you know what that makes me see and think.

    With you at the word-juggler controls…(shhhh), I agree what a fun parody you could turn this around into.

    Man…reading this again just makes my blood boil. It’s difficult to believe this was possibly ever followed.

    Your little squid

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  5. Gee, I was just thinking a couple of days ago that I never got around to working on my parody, and as it stands I don’t think I will be able to, not until well into this year.

    Maybe you can do something with it, since you won’t be doing anything as colossally busy and gigantically important as I shall be. Heehee!

    Thank you for the mighty tiny comment, little squid.

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