That means I'm a guy, right?
No, I am a female who is pissed off I can't belch with family and friends, and not be considered a dyke in training. And, let me make this clear and politically correct. Even though I like to play hide the sausage, some of my best friends are dykes. And they burp with impunity.
I am urging all women to assert their rights to be human beings and not be a male created stereotype. Those Irish Grannies knew what they were talking about.
Better out than in.
Start burping with loved ones. Have contests. (Not after eating Kimchee!)
Start a new honest relationship with your significant other and your family.
Start bugging the toy company to invent a Belching Barbie.
Be honest. When you're sitting around with your girlfriends after eating a plate of nachos and drinking a Bud, you don't rip off a few?
The world needs to acknowledge that you can be drop dead gorgeous and not be considered a creature of horror just because a loud belch emerged from those perfect red lips.
Come on Ladies! Your grandmothers pioneered a new freedom unheard of forty years ago.
Let's shatter a MALE created stereotype that desirable woman are supposed to crap rose petals and blush becomingly while the man enjoys his oh-so-pleasurable burp.
Forget the ice bucket challenge.
My dream is to see a video of a group of fearless woman burping in unison and saying
HOW DO YOU LIKE ME NOW?
America start BURPING!