File this under it's not really news.
Turns out South Carolina state senator Katrina Shealy is as bad at taking jokes as she is at coordinating her outfits.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - South Carolina's only female senator says a Republican colleague made upsetting, sexist remarks to her at a dinner that she hopes he never says again.
Republican Sen. Katrina Shealy of Lexington said Friday that Sen. Tom Corbin of Travelers Rest referred to women as a "lesser cut of meat" while they dined with others Tuesday. She said he was referring to rib meat, after saying God made Eve from Adam's rib.
She says Corbin thinks such comments are an ongoing joke between them. The two sat beside each other in Senate chambers for the last two years.
But Shealy says she's told him repeatedly it's not funny. She said Tuesday's comments went too far and she made it clear she deserves respect.
Cedar's Take: Sounds like Senator Shealy missed her happy pill. My comment posted to the local news coverage "I think she should lighten up and stop shopping at Good Will!" she didn't think was funny either.
In response to all of these comments those who support me and those who think I am whining and even the guy who said I should stop shopping at Good Will? The real story is that Senator Corbin has repeatedly made these comments to me in both private and public and I have repeatedly asked him politely to stop - telling him it is inappropriate. The fine Senator went too far this week by making repeated comments in front of people who did not mind going to the media. Make no mistake- this little girl can take up for herself but the disdain and disrespect for every other woman including your wife, your mother and Your daughter should appall you. I will defend myself and will set the best example I can for those young women who want to follow in my footsteps. No woman should accept those type comments in public or in private.
Cedar Continued: so the guy is a mindless toad, who cares? Suck it up cupcake! At least he's keeping it PG, you don't want to know what the rest of the senate thinks in private.
Pulled these excerpts from Fits News: