└ posted on Thursday, 7 April 2016, by Novil
- David: Honey, get a load of this! In the play Ecclesiazusae by the Athenian playwright Aristophanes, women institute a communist regime. They are portrayed as lazy, sex-crazed drunkards who make their husbands’ lives into a living hell.
- Ye Thuza: U-n-b-e-l-i-e-v-a-b-l-e!
- David: Allegedly, it was his most popular work since it portrayed views of women common at the time.
- Ye Thuza: Misogynistic pigs!
- David: It was common belief that even the most reputable women would eventually succumb to the temptations of a life of debauchery.
- Ye Thuza: That’s the biggest load of bull I’ve ever heard!
- David: You can say that again.
- Ye Thuza: Now get me another beer, sucker!
- David: Yes, honey.