Monday, June 01, 2015




Australia: "Girly" is a bad word

Another "incorrect" footballer.  In dissatisfaction with his own team's performance, he called it "girly"

OLLIE Wines has come under fire on social media for describing Port Adelaide’s first quarter effort against Melbourne as “girly”.

The flippant remark came during a half-time interview and sparked outrage on Twitter with fans accusing the 20-year-old of being sexist.

“To be honest, that first quarter of football was pretty pathetic by us,” Wines said. “Playing a bit girly and not hitting the ball hard and winning the contested ball.”

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

PC idiots want to have boys and girls be the same except when they do not want that.

Anonymous said...

How pathetic! We all laughed at Dana Carvey on Saturday night live calling wimps "Girly Men". Now people are so uptight an athlete cannot use the term to criticize his own team.

Anonymous said...

Might be safer to tell footballers and coaches not to talk to the media. There seem to be a lot of comments being taken out of context these days.

Stan B said...

Men are by nature more aggressive. Women are less so. Hence the reason that men use the term "girly" to connote a lack of aggressive force. But don't try to reason with some namby-pamby girlie man about this, or his feninazi allies, because they're operating on an emotional level, and can't reason things out.

Bird of Paradise said...

Before long liberals will have boys taking up ballet(Like in the stupid movie BILLY ELLIOT)OR HUGGING TREES growing herbs or playing a piano

Randall Flagg said...

Yes, I agree with Mr. Paradise. Real men rape and pillage.

Alpha Skua said...

And persons like Randall Page must eat veggie Burgers and rides a pink bicycle and donates to PETA and GREENPEACE