Ugh, Donald Trump. He seems like he wants to win the presidential election so badly, yet he keeps making inflammatory comments that just make people hate him even more.
Take, for instance, Wednesday night’s final debate before the election. It wasn’t much different than the other debates. Loud arguing, candidates talking over each other, tussling with the moderator — the usual elements of a Trump/Clinton debate. Only this time, there was one thing that made this debate stand out from the rest. Yes, we’re talking about that little moment in time when Trump decided it would behoove him — and his campaign — to call Hillary Clinton a “nasty woman.”
It’s almost like Trump sets himself up to be lampooned by the media and public. You really can’t make this stuff up.
Of course, Clinton supporters we’re quick to jump on Trump’s comment and the term “nasty woman” has spread like wildfire across the internet in less than 24 hours. Only, it’s taken on a whole new meaning — one that Trump certainly didn’t intend.
As of today, Oct. 20, 2016, Urban Dictionary’s top definition for “nasty woman” reads as follows:
“A confident, poised woman who strikes fear in the heart of man-babies when she clearly articulates rational arguments and/or takes action.”
To really deep-dive into the meaning of nasty woman, we’d like to also like to present the Urban Dictionary definition of “manbaby” as well:
“A man who acts like a baby. If he doesn’t get his way, he becomes crabby and unable to work with. thinks he’s always right. Can be angered and upset by anything. Must proceed with caution! If you come into contact with a Manbaby, back away quickly and run like hell. Manbaby’s are good at concealing themselves amongst society. They seem normal at first but throw fits not long after dating them. Be wary.”
Well, then, there you have it.
Another positive outcome of Trump’s snide remark is the fact that Janet Jackson’s 1986 hit “Nasty” has seen its streams go up 250 percent since the debate according to Quartz.
So we’re just going to leave you with Janet. Or Miss Jackson if you’re nasty. And we know you are.
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