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You can help confirm this entry by contributing facts, media, and other evidence of notability and mutation. Fuck Me Yourself, You Coward is a phrase taken from a screenshot of a Facebook conversation between two anonymous users. One says "Go fuck yourself," and the other replies "Fuck me yourself, you coward. On December 28th, , Facebook user Kiel Fauxton used the phrase as a response to an insult on Facebook screenshots below. On April 3rd, , Tumblr user socio--flower responded to an anonymous user telling them to kill yourself with "Kill me yourself you fucking pussy". The exchange gained over , notes and reblogs in three years. On January 6th, the screenshot was posted to Tumblr by user fuks,  gaining over , notes.
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Fuck-me shoes , alternatively fuck-me boots , is a slang term for women's high-heeled shoes that exaggerate a sexual image. The term can be applied to any women's shoes that are worn with the intention of arousing others. It is sometimes used to imply condemnation against the women who choose to wear them or in a misogynistic fashion toward the women who wear them. The term is similar in meaning to kinky boots , although typically kinky boots refer more specifically to boots suited to a particular fetish. The phrase possibly originated in the United States, where two similar terms are used: " 'fuck-you shoes' implying a disregard for convention or propriety, or 'fuck-off shoes' where 'fuck-off' means both outsize and aggressive". Prominent feminist Germaine Greer brought what had been an "obscure" term to more mainstream notoriety when she used it in Greer used the term in referring to British journalist Suzanne Moore 's alleged "hair bird's-nested all over the place, fuck-me shoes and three fat inches of cleavage". Greer made the remark in response to a column Moore had written about Greer in The Guardian , where Moore had mistakenly repeated an incorrect rumor that Greer had a hysterectomy as a voluntary decision to have herself sterilized. Greer was also quoted during the s as criticizing a number of women writers that she termed "lifestyle feminists"  who were, in her view, espousing feminism at nothing more than a superficial level.