Catcalling and Caterwauling

My Grandmother, the English teacher would be so proud of me for knowing both of these words, and also for paying it forward.  In other words, for you cat-calling fools, Grandma would be proud of me for sticking up for the ladies.

cat·call, ˈkatˌkôl, verb, gerund or present participle: cat-calling

  1. make a whistle, shout, or comment of a sexual nature to a woman passing by.

Hello men:  I’m not sure what the heck you are thinking, as if all your hollering will lead to a sexual encounter, or earn the respect of the gals you are being completely inconsiderate of.

Stop embarrassing the rest of our gender by reducing yourself to a guttural caveman.  Women already think we are cavemen.  You don’t need to reinforce this stereotype.

cat·er·waul, ˈkadərˌwôl/, verb

  1. (of a cat) make a shrill howling or wailing noise.

This is quite similar to catcalling as caterwauling could mean a cat fight, feline sex, or men making weird noises at women passing by.

This behavior is most often seen as a group think where the crowd mentality is reduced to the lowest IQ present, including the old, fat, bald men who holler at good looking twenty year olds.

As if!!??

This wife, daughter, niece, or sister doesn’t know what to make of this expect that men are creeps.

Gee thanks.

Men, stop being pussies.  I can all but guarantee your wailing won’t lead to anything good.

Compose yourselves.

The ladies, and us gentlemen, will appreciate the effort.

Wilfred Knight

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