Actor Chris Pratt Slammed On Twitter For 'Sexism' For Joking About His Wife's Burnt Bagel Bite


In Canada, a man just sued 15 women – and cost one poor lady her livelihood – after they refused to wax his balls.

In the U.S., Procter & Gamble just removed the symbol for "female" from their product packaging for Always feminine products so as not to offend "men" who menstruate."

At the women's cycling championship, a man who parades around in a skirt just trounced his biologically female competitors and stole their trophies.

Enter actor Chris Pratt. While actual biological men were busy stealing women’s sports titles and bankrupting them for refusing to provide spa services on their junk, poor Pratt found himself the target of Twitter ire for jokingly picking on his wife, Katherine Schwarzenegger, for burning the ever-loving daylights out of a Bagel Bite. 

Pratt, who’s come under fire before for doing unspeakably offensive things like wearing shirtsmentioning Godand teaching his kids the Pledge of Allegiance, posted the following on Instagram mocking his wife’s cooking skills – or lack thereof.

“Proud of my darling for trying to cook tonight. Did it go well? No. No it did not. Not at all,” Pratt joked. 

“To quote Rocky Balboa, ‘It’s not how many times you get knocked down, it’s how many times you get up... and keep moving forward.’ As you can tell from the lump of coal in the center of the plate, this bagel bite never stood a chance. I honestly simply cannot imagine what went wrong here. Pretty simple. Microwave. 2 minutes. Maybe she thought it said 2 hours. But I want to commend her for her effort. This is a big step babe. Proud of you.”



Over on Twitter, naysayers with nothing better to do than find misogyny in a husband laughing over a charred snackfood, slammed the Jurassic Park actor for his alleged sexism.

Here’s a thought, while we’re on the subject of men being complete buttholes to women: maybe, if society spent half the energy focused on actual examples of sexism like, say, guys using “gender identity” to beat the stuffing out of women in mixed martial arts as they do belittling an actor for picking on a girl over a scorched pastry, the world would be a better – and much more livable – place. 

(Cover Photo: Gage Skidmore)

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