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Aug 24 2019

Butt-Con

Moonbat culture reached its apotheosis at Midtown Loft in New York City last Wednesday. They called the event Butt-Con.

The New York Post reports that Butt-Con was…

…branded as “A Holey Experience for the Like-Behinded,” which included a belfie station made in the image of Sir Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back” music video set.

A “belfie” is a selfie taken to a tasteless new extreme of malignant narcissism, described by Urban Dictionary as a “photographic self-portrait featuring the buttocks, usually posted by female celebrities on social media networks.”

Butt-Con festivities included twerking classes by a drag queen duo. At least Butt-Con was a more appropriate venue than story hour at the local library.

“Butts are the new faces,” says Dr. Rita Linkner, a dermatologist that specializes in glute skin. “People are Facetuning their backside,” she says.

Participants were invited to visit the “A** Kissing Booth,” featuring a woman dressed as a giant behind. Participants milled around in t-shirts that read “Ask Me About My Butthole.”

Unsurprisingly, HuffPost loved it. WARNING — moonbat culture is not suitable for children or the easily disgusted:

As you can see, American culture is plunging toward a dystopia of unmitigated moonbattery.

If you regret missing out on Butt-Con, try Milwaukee next July.

On a tip from Adam.




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