“Saturday Night Live” shows us just how hard it is to be a “Girl at a Bar” in this absurd clip NBC/Screenshot
"SNL" weeds out the fake feminists with this absurdist sketch about a girl walking into a bar.

Dudes are kind of the worst.

It’s a pretty simple concept, one that’s been around since the dawn of time, one that can be very easily illustrated, as shown by this “SNL” short on the March 4 segment of the show, “Girl at a Bar.”

Cecily Strong plays the titular girl we follow into a crowded bar, looking for her fellow female friend. As soon as she finds a seat, Dude #1 (Beck Bennett) appears and asks if the seat next to her is taken. She visibly hesitates, “Sorry, i’m not like a gross guy trying to hit on you or anything, I just can’t find a seat.”

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Disarmed, she agrees both to him sitting and his claim that the bar is full of skeezy guys. The dude, Dave, then points out how they both have t-shirts on with the phrase “The Future is Female.” “Well, Dave, on behalf of all women, we thank you for your support,” replies the kind lady.

When Dave asks if she’d want to go out on a date, the girl politely declines. And then it happens, “okay, bitch!” She’s stunned and confused. “I’m wearing this shirt and you won’t even let me nut?!?”

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Yep, dudes are kind of the worst. It only gets more ridiculous and more real from there: “Can I ask you a question since we both love Hillary? Would you want to look at my balls?”

And just wait until her friend finally shows up.

Steve is a humor writer for Rare
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