An Open Letter To The Asshole Who Called Our Lovely Intern Samantha The C-Word

Protip: If a girl says no, take it like a damn gentleman.

Sep 20, 2011 at 5:00pm | Leave a comment

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It was raining. Your borrowed our girl Sam your umbrella. In exchange for her phone number. She expressed dismay over the fact you "manage a gentleman's club" as your occupation. She hadn't quite decided if she wanted to go on a date with you but then you started blowin' up her phone and basically freaking her out and when she finally told you she wasn't interested, you called her THE C WORD. 

No, I don't know about you ladies, but I don't know a lot of men who are American who use that word. Yes, our British pals call each other C*NT quite frequently and it's sort of cute to hear men calling each other that. We are all liberated, we have all used this word, I'm all about taking it and makin' it your own and all that BUT COME ON. You ask a girl on a date, she says NO and this is what you come up with? 

This is what is hapenning on TWITTER today! And you too can give Samantha your opinions! 

@xojanedotcom (Jane!)

@McKenzie0802 (Samantha!)

@evevawter (Eve!)

@msemilymccombs (Emily!)

@52stations (Lesley!)

We have quite a few of us on Twitter and there is always something we are yammering about. 

Now, back to this See you next Tuesday issue. Samantha has your number, pal. She could easily pass it out to us and we could easily send you texts all day telling you what a creep you are, but I think Samantha has better manners than that.

Instead we are going to open this up to our readers. What do you guys think? Am I a ninny to be offended by the fact an utter stranger called Samantha that? Have you ever had a guy act like an utter ass when you wouldn't go out with him? Do nice men use the C-word and is it not as crass as I think it is? Discuss!