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Aug 24 2019


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.

One Response to “Butt-Con”

  1. […] It could always be worse, as we learn with each passing week. If the current trajectory continues, by this time next year the Church of England should be ready to broaden its appeal by using Norwich Cathedral to host Butt-Con. […]

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