"The 1st rule of Fight Club is: be good to each other" said Tyler, "No one was getting the meta-textual point that toxic masculinity is bad"
@bgcarlisle The 2nd rule of Fight Club is: Maybe be critical of the juvenile philosophy spouted by the personification of a guy's sexual inadequacy!?!
@bgcarlisle roger ebert's review was perfect. The movie said toxic masculinity was bad, but what it did was celebrate it.
and yes I'm responding to a joke post seriously and boringly. I am jacks lack of humor and self awareness
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