A practice that started on out the west coast, possibly as part of a comedy skit; accusing someone whom you don’t like or possibly hurt your feelings of harassing you or otherwise hurting your wittle feelings. In snokflake land your feelings are paramount, if you accuse someone of hurting your wittle feelings that person loses their first amendment rights and will be presented by the snowflake media (fake news, election meddling, propaganda machine) as guilty and public shaming among SJW/snowflakes will ensue, despite no real evidence of any wrongdoing. The original movement started out as #looks@me, which was a way for individuals with dad issues to gain the attention dad never gave..
That person is doing better than me in life, I’m going to accuse them of harassing me because i don’t like them and I want people to pay attention to me..#metoo
by Hhahahdjdbah May 06, 2018
Pound me too movement. Used by dumb liberal bitches that think they're stopping rape and sexual assault but not realizing the "#" symbol means "pound" not "hashtag"
by big7in June 11, 2018
When you sleep your way up to the top! Then you come out of the hotel bedroom after 25 years and give a shout out to your mentor and the public to PoundMeToo.
Hey I used to work in customer service, now I am the senior adviser to the CEO, hopefully one more #MeToo (Pound Me Too) to be the CEO.
by Refiner June 17, 2018
When tens of millions of women and a few thousand men around the world use the hashtag to indicate that they have been sexually harassed or assaulted.
Since the Harvey Weinstein scandal erupted, #MeToo is unlikely to evaporate from social media any time soon—it’s never too late for the world to get a sense of the magnitude of the problem.
by MathPlus October 15, 2017
#MeToo, otherwise known as, "Little Red Riding Hood Syndrome." As defined by the European fairy tale about the naive, wholesome, and pure-hearted Little Red Riding Hood, who ignores the wisdom and warnings of her mother and impetuously ventures into the dark & dangerous world to fulfill her noble, altruistic, and self-sacrificing quest only to be accosted and consumed by the lusting, ravenous and Machiavellian Big Bad Wolf! Overtly trusting and deceived by her own cognitive dissonance, she tragically remains trapped within her own self-deception, blind to the true nature of the wolf and unable to see the wolf's true intentions for her until it is too late. Perhaps a noble and enabling woodcutter will come to her hapless rescue and maintain her dysfunctional behaviors and those of her daughters.
"What a deep voice you have!" ("The better to greet you with", responds the wolf), "Goodness, what big eyes you have!" ("The better to see you with", responds the wolf), "And what big hands you have!" ("The better to hug/grab you with", responds the wolf), and lastly, "What a big mouth you have" ("The better to eat you with!", responds the wolf), at which point the wolf jumps out of bed and eats her up too. 30 years later, Little Red Riding Hood Tweets a #MeToo and the Big Bad Wolf is kicked out of the forest by an angry mob.
by Crazy8888s October 12, 2018