PittGirl is probably going to hell…

On this my 498th post which will bring my 94,000th hit, I have finally accepted the truth:

PittGirl is an evil, evil, cold, uncaring hot bitch.


Because when I watched this video of a girl sobbing to a news crew like someone ran over her puppy, all because of a dispute of the appropriate length of skirts in school, kind of made me laugh.

That is totally mean of me, I know. But my God, by the end of it she can barely speak.

Also? WPXI, what the hell is “fashing”?

And Burghers? When was it 76 degrees at 5:15 in the evening? Did I miss that day? Damn.

And PittGirl’s take on this issue?

Let the girls — whose parents are cool with them wearing short skirts — buy the skirts in whatever length they wish because that is freedom of expression. But a good life lesson is this, you don’t always get to wear what you want. For instance, I would like to wear jeans and flipflops to work and for this reason alone I have begun a campaign to get hired at American Eagle. But currently, I must dress in business attire because that is what I am told to do. Now sure, I can show my hot self up at work tomorrow in my torn jeans and my cute little flipflops, but I’ll probably get reprimanded for it.

So if that were my daughter I would tell her this: leave your miniskirts for your weekends at the mall but if your school says it is too short, tough cookies, sweetie. Life is unfair. Now get to school. I’ve got to get going because I’m having lunch with David Conrad today.

Yep, that’s exactly how it would go down.

So the points of my post:

1. The wearing of miniskirts to school isn’t worth the protest effort.
2. In life here in the USA, you should always have the freedom to purchase whatever you want to wear, but you will not always have the freedom to WEAR what you want to specific occasions or places. Accept that.
3. WPXI should really spell check their stuff.
4. I think I missed a warm day.
5. I will someday be friends with David Conrad.
6. I will probably end up in hell for laughing at that little girl.
7. Can someone please give the girls of the Burgh something worthwhile to protest? Like Darfur? Or Kevin McClatchy?


  1. Trouble in Shangri La
    April 10, 2006 3:12 pm

    I’d have laughed, too, and i’m a parent of a girl in this age group (who knows damn well that I’d laugh), so save me a seat next to you. I’m probably going to need it.

  2. Funky Dung
    April 10, 2006 3:57 pm

    Contrast this with the girlcott. Frivolous? Perhaps. The cause was good, though. These little brats don’t realize that they’re buying into media’s sex-driven agenda. The crybaby’s a future slut in the making. I pity her and I would love to slap the taste out of her mom’s mouth.

  3. Anonymous
    April 10, 2006 9:44 pm

    Eric brings the pain! I love it!


  4. Anonymous
    April 13, 2006 11:29 am

    I laughed too, so don’t worry about it. Was it really necessary to get that upset about it? Then they talked to the girl’s mother who said that her daughter was upset because the other girls didn’t show up to the show. Gee – guess their parents have some sense…