‘Whiny Students Demand Warning Labels on Literary Classics’ (2015)

Image result for images of jack and jill

I’m still trying to understand why kids who grow up playing Zombie Blood ‘n’ Guts Holocaust every day wind up cringing in fear at The Great Gatsby. It seems some mysterious and fearful thing happens to them, the moment they enter college.


Well, I’ve heard Rutgers students this semester are objecting to the nursery rhyme, “Jack and Jill went up the hill,” on the grounds that it’s heteronormative, ableist, sexist, racist, and harmful to the bacteria that live in college students’ brains.

10 comments on “‘Whiny Students Demand Warning Labels on Literary Classics’ (2015)

    1. I don’t understand either. It’s a deep mystery. If only Sherlock Holmes was still alive…

    2. There was once someone smarter then Sherlock Holmes, his name was Solomon; and in Proverbs 8:35 he said: But he that sinneth against me, hurteth his own soul: and all that hate me, love death.
      When people play Zombies they are saying that they love death.

Leave a Reply