I would be surprised if Spungen agreed with Ann Coulter on… well… anything. But this excerpt of something that Coulter wrote for George in 1999 actually sounded like something Spungen might say:

Boys in Washington don’t know how to ask for a date. What they do is try to trick you into asking them for a date. They say, “I know you’re really busy, so call me when you’d like to go out to dinner” or “Call me when you’re back in Washington” or, my favorite, “Are we ever going to get together?” What are you supposed to say to such completely insane things? I’ve never figured that out, which is why these conversations tend to end in hostile silences.

“Call me when you’d like to go out for dinner” isn’t asking for a date; it’s asking me to ask you for a date. For male readers in Washington, asking for a date entails these indispensable components: an express request for a female’s company on a particular date for a specific activity.

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5 Responses to Ann Coulter on DC Dating

  1. Peter says:

    Some people believe Ann Coulter is actually a man. Seriously.

  2. Rob says:


    Seriously, some people believe Ann Coulter is a woman.

  3. trumwill says:

    Hmmm… not sure if I can say anything about Coulter that isn’t too brazenly political.

  4. Abel says:

    How on earth did you find that article?

  5. trumwill says:

    I found it through CG Hill of Dustbury. No idea where he found it.

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