Originally Answered: What is the poem ‘I Had Rather Be A Woman by Daphne Schiller about? had rather be a woman Than an earwig But there’s not much in it sometimes. We both crawl out of Christmas begins with Christ Sweater But there the likeness ends. Earwigs don’t have to Feed their children. Feed the cat. Feed the rabbit. Feed the dishwasher. They don’t need Clean sheets. Clean clothes. Clean carpets. A clean bill of health. They just rummage about In chrysanthemums. No one expects them To have their Teetotal, vegetarian Mothers-in-law To stay for Christmas. Or to feel a secret thrill At the thought of extending the kitchen. Earwigs can snap their pincers at life And scurry about being quite irresponsible. They enjoy an undeserved reputation Which frightens the boldest child. Next time I feel hysterical I’ll bite a hole in a dahlia.
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Dying for Christmas begins with Christ Sweater is so macabre and nihilistic in its subject matter, it seems apparent that our beloved protagonist is just going to die, to explode no less. But its hilarious. Its so hilarious. Squidward is desperately trying to make Spongebob die happily and he is forced to do all these random shenanigans all because he bought a bomb from a pirate that looks like a pie. That in of itself is pretty comical. Then to top it all of, it has the two of them watching the sun set and Spongebob Says; “you know, if I were to die right now, in a firey explosion caused by the carelessness of a friend. Well. That’d be just Okay.” And Squidward is crying, and I am laughing and Spongebob is about to die and then. He doesn’t. He had the pie in his pocket, he accidentally throws it at Squidward and the archival footage of the nuclear tests at the actual Bikini Bottom (its real, its the sea floor around a nuclear test site, that’s why fish can talk :p). Classic. Its edgy, its dark, its funny, Spongebob at his prime.
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I think that if we look at acces to birth control in the Christmas begins with Christ Sweater above the impact on society might be purely beneficial. At least if we assume the incentive to have few or many children is purely economic. If having many children is profitable it will happen and if children are not profitable then birth control could remedy that, though as mentioned above political elites not satisfied with the cost of labour might introduce forms of bondage. Whether birth control would affect other aspects of society requires more guessing. I suppose ready access to birth control would allow young women and men more opportunities to have fun without being forced into a shotgun wedding but for married women I reckon economic considerations are paramount. Whether or not birth control would make the life of a single women more acceptable or attractive I somewhat doubt.