Boys Will Be Girls/Girls Will Be Boys

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This video is a satire of how women behave when they get together. However, this is highly stereotyped since I've never acted like this, not have any women whom I know. Who are these mythological women? Do you know them? Or are they sitcom women only?

And of course, what's good for the goose is good for the gander (or is it the other way around?);

Website: Harvard Sailing Team, Produced by Untucked Films, directed by Jonathan Emmerling, director of photography Pat Armitage and edited by Charles Divak.

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umm... doesn't satire by definition make caricatures, and then make fun of them?

sort of like asking why that rainstorm has to be so rainy.

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