You know. The way women act in horror movies. They can’t start a car. They fall down in the woods and sprain their ankle. They scream a lot. They can’t ever do what they’re told, like “Don’t make a sound,” or “Stay here. Do not get out of the car.” You know.
As soon as you tell a woman what to do, she will do the exact opposite. Tell her it’s instantaneously important to do something to save her life and she will say, “What? Why?”
The older I get, the more tired I get of these cliches. No, I don’t think women will win Ninja competitions, but they can do better than serial killer accountants.
So, there’s a horror movie that goes against the grain. If you’re squeamish, don’t watch. It does get gory. Thanks especially to our heroine.
The rest of you — watch. Aussie bitch doesn’t fall down, doesn’t scream, doesn’t do anything to reduce her chances of surviving. Maybe even cheerleaders could learn a thing or two.
Although. As soon as you tell a woman what to do, she will do the exact opposite. God himself can’t change that.