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The latest headline on the Internet the other day was that long-nailed women are complaining about the I-phone and how it's soooooooooooo inconvenient for these Corella Deville wannabees.

Apparently, there are enough long-nailed women that they formed some kind of club.  And this club of claws feels very upset with the keypad on the I-phone and that one of them, in fact, felt that Apple was MISOGYNISTIC!

It made me wonder if they also feel like computer keypads (made by many different companies), I-pods, steering wheels, calculators, remote controls, etc. etc. are all really women-hating conspiracies designed to drive them crazy!

Forget about  female flogging companies hating women who want women to go nuts, or the worry of the difficulty of texting with nails.

It's simple.

If women didn't want to go crazy, we wouldn't be with men!  

Now, what is the name for hatred of men?

MISANDRY...sounds so much less hateful than misogyny.


Nails on a chalkboard is how I describe my feelings about women with long nails and their supposed inability/inconvenience in using  the I-phone, blaming the male inventors and tossing around the word "misogynistic".  Ludicrous, ladies!!

This "nails in the way" phenomenon is not new...........when the first touch screen on cash registers appeared women with fancy talons had to find another way to hit those buttons and not ruin their fresh paint jobs......when small hand held calculators hit the market the "oh nails" thing didn't hinder the lengthy nailed ladies WITH A BRAIN.

I-Phone toting females who are now claiming that Apple is anti-elongated nailed women are just not using their imagination.    Keep your knarly nails and hit those icons at the same is a novel concept.........

Grab a pencil, turn it around and hit those keys with the eraser.  No need for a manicure refresher and no harm, no foul to the I-phone touch screen.

Let's think outside the manicure. Let's stop biting our nails over this trivial dilemma.

Can we PLEASE use our brains before we start flapping our gums.



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