Don’t let anyone shut you up.

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16 Responses to Don’t let anyone shut you up.

  1. Hellz ya.

    That gave me a pick me up. Thank you :)

  2. Denise says:

    Perfect! Goes along with my email tagline: “I myself have never been able to find out precisely what feminism is; I only know that people call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat.”
    — Rebecca West, 1913

  3. Dave says:

    Nobody puts Baby in a corner.

  4. Lynoure says:

    “Women and children” is a classic.

    It’s especially tragicomical when used about tragedies where “most of them (victims were) women and children”. Statistically, yup, that’s extremely likely.

  5. Sofa Spud says:

    I would have tagged the intersection of “Children” with “Seen & not heard” as “Abused” rather than “Behaved,” but you’re right on the money on the “Women” side of the equation…

  6. sometimes you really nail it.

  7. Stripe says:

    Good “Rule of Thumb”.

    Act out, kids.

  8. mos says:

    Come on, be honest. That arrow on the right should point at the entire circle.

  9. Kits says:

    Brilliant this one is!

  10. Keith Seckel says:

    Like Sofa Spud, I see a different set of possibilities for the intersection of “Children” and “Seen and not heard”

    Mostly negative — like:


    But I did think of one positive: “Outside playing” =O)

    As for the other intersection, sadly, spot-on

  11. Pearl says:

    mm, like that one!

  12. subWOW says:

    I was going to comment something wise and funny. But then I saw the one by one Dave: “Nobody puts Baby in a corner.”


  13. rhoch says:

    Instead of Behaved, I would have tagged the left side: “The Milford Academy” or “Baby Buster”

  14. Charlie says:

    I know this is a billion years after you published this one but I just had to express how much I love this little post especially!
    btw, I’m a new reader and I’ve fallen in love with this website. (:

  15. R says:

    I don’t get it. What does this mean?