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And there was nothing funny about it at all. This had very little to do with the alleged topic and was about the mutilation of men. I only wish IMDb's ratings system went lower than one, because it doesn't even deserve that. Many insist that violence against women isn't funny, so I guess a female version of this entitled, "I Hate Ovaries," where men are depicted smashing eggs and saying, "Well, since I'm not allowed to cut out women's ovaries, I'll settle for doing it to -ahem- female dogs." is out of the question. If that's the case,then why is violence against men so funny? It isn't. You say it's just a joke? Well, I'm not laughing.
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