October 11, 2011

Why did Richmond Law School put a sexual double entendre in its motto?

"Who says size matters?"

Why did they do that?
It was an accident.
They want to convey a relaxed and fun attitude.
They made you look. They made the bloggers blog.
Let's be frank: Law Is Phallocracy.


  
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22 comments:

Original Mike said...

It's certainly not an accident.

Coketown said...

Reminds me of this post from way back in 2005.

edutcher said...

Marketers have done dumber things than this.

In the early 60s, Continental Airlines' fleet was known as the Proud Birds with the Golden Tails, so some marketing genius thought it would be cute to have stewardesses say, "At Continental, we really move our tails for you".

You heard the scream coast to coast.

traditionalguy said...

But I was told that the best legal intercourse depended upon the motion filings done in rhythm.

Somebody is lying.

Surfed said...

An entendre is in the ear of the beholder...

Hagar said...

Some people see sex everywhere.

Triangle Man said...

They should have gone with the more innocent sounding "big things come in little packages"...or...wait.

Bob_R said...

I don't think that's even a single entendre - maybe a half entendre.

traditionalguy said...

Size matters is sexually neutral.

Women's size matters as much as men's size.

The trick is to matchup the sizes.


Using TSA body scanners a new dating service may be born.

Fred4Pres said...

Here's a barisita question of the day: Which school's motto is "Communism, Atheism, Free Love?"

EDH said...

Quite frankly, size matters when you're getting fucked up the ass.

That's another sexual double entendre applicable to law school.

ndspinelli said...

EDH is correct. That's one of the reasons I switched to a female doc about 10 years ago. I hate the yearly prostate exam but her finger is @ least smaller. My male doc had hands like a fucking butcher!

Fred4Pres said...

ndspinelli, I was happy when I had to get a colonoscopy and the Doctor was a young attractive lady doctor. I was not thrilled about the procedure (what can you do, but better than ending up like Zappa) but it made it less bad.

Fred4Pres said...

"Who says size matters?"

Is this a Christie post?

Jim S. said...

Size doesn't matter.

Alex Ignatiev said...

Prominent alumni: Leon Bazile, trial judge in Loving v. Virginia, who famously opined: "Almighty God created the races white, black, yellow, malay and red, and he placed them on separate continents. And but for the interference with his arrangement there would be no cause for such marriages. The fact that he separated the races shows that he did not intend for the races to mix."

Obviously, Richmond has a long history of concerning itself with the intersection of reproduction and the law.

Conserve Liberty said...

From personal experience the University of Richmond is in no way a serious academic institution.

It is historically a beautiful finishing school for women that merged with a protestant men's college to form a second-rate University.

The 15% of the student population that is academically gifted does all the work for the 85% who fail to fulfill their seminar responsiblity.

My daughter transferred.

Peano said...

Why does "size matters" matter enough for law perfessers to blog about it? Aren't they (the perfessers, I mean) big enough to rise above such juvenilia?

Jeff said...

On a related note: Why do lawyers wear neckties?

To keep the foreskin from sliding up over their faces.

Chip S. said...

"Phallocracy" is a pussy term for male domination.

Whenever we oppressors meet to discuss new ways to subjugate womyn we refer to our age-old system of domination as "cockocracy."

I hope this doesn't cause a big stink.

Which reminds me of a joke....

glenn said...

You need a none of the above category. These guys are stupid.

wef said...

What lawyers might find amusing could be mildly interesting, to those interested in sociopathology.

Speaking of porn, what is this "shocking meat video" advertisement that is on the right-hand-side of the page?

I won't investigate, mainly because I have my own favorite shocking meat websites to visit. But really. All so Wisconsin, I suppose.