In Defense Of Gold Diggers, Part II

Funny story written by K.C. Bell

Friday, 21 May 2021

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Ladies, start your shovels!

Men claimed they were the superior sex since Adam blamed Eve for tempting him with the apple. God, the landlord of the universe, also a guy (and guys stick together like ink on newsprint) bought it.

So women were designated as the weaker sex. Some women agree, enjoy the lavish wedding dress, chicken or beef, and are doomed into a life of servitude.

What woman would signs up for a life of 24-hour maid service? House cleaning, cooking, childbearing, gardening, party planner, telephone service, laundry, chauffeur, plumber, resident medical practitioner, ambulance driver, and then there are also the pets and the mother-in-law.

Gold-diggers have a better life plan. No fools they! Men threw a wrench into the gold-digger process with prenups. However, some ladies re-negotiate prenups before the husband’s promotion into the next big house.

Lady God is rising. She took a nap after She and He God created the universe.

Looking around at the world, she asked, “What the hell is going on? Did you sell out women, making them servants because of an apple? Were you smoking pot? Again? Torture women while giving birth? Make a woman grow a baby in her body for nine months?

“Embryos can’t even survive out of a synthetic womb or a woman’s body. And you call it a human being? It’s the size of an ant.

“What happened to the synthetic womb? You branded women the weaker sex while I took a nap!

“No wonder there are gold-diggers. Enjoy some nap time. I’m taking over. Every woman should be a gold-digger or make their own gold.”

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