“Binders Full Of Women” Redux

Not to disagree with Steven Taylor, but I think I found the real winner:

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  1. Geek, Esq. says:

    If people are associating your phrase with Hugh Hefner, it’s probably not a winner with the ladies.

  2. OzarkHillbilly says:

    And that shuts down the “Binders Full of Women” meme. Well done, Doug.

  3. Also a good one.

  4. john personna says:

    It’s not really over until SNL.

  5. sam says:

    Uh, why did the word ‘polygamy’ come to mind when I heard ‘binders full of women’?

  6. Me Me Me says:

    Binder? I just met her.

  7. An Interested Party says:

    I thought Republicans/conservatives were supposed to be opposed to Affirmative Action…

  8. Franklin says:

    @Me Me Me: As I just mentioned in the other thread, my old co-worker used that joke format way too much, hence it’s not really funny to me anymore. But carry on … it’s probably new to others!

  9. Me Me Me says:

    @Franklin: In that case, you should never ever move to Britain – you’ll hear a riff on this theme every day.

  10. Drew says:

    The comments section of OTB went into the toilet some months ago.

    But I still enjoy reading the staffs essays, even if I disagree to a great degree.

    But really, are we now at “binder-gate?”. I hope it’s all tongue I cheek. Because if it’s real, oy………….

  11. @Drew:

    But really, are we now at “binder-gate?”. I hope it’s all tongue I cheek. Because if it’s real, oy………….

    This is totally for the pure humor of it all. So, yes, tongue firmly in cheek.