Rosie: "Sorry, Shane Warne, but women are living, breathing, farting humans.'

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Shane Warne doesn’t like women talking about farts.

He’s made that pretty clear during his time in the jungle. Living in disturbingly close proximity to actual female celebrities, Warnie has had plenty of opportunity to espouse his opinions about how his female fellow celebrities behave.

“I’m not trying to be on my high horse here or a hypocrite,” he says. “I’m not used to women or ladies speaking about farting or burping,”

Thanks for that insight into life chez-Warne, Shane, but Rosie Waterland has some thoughts on this. Especially since Warnie’s recent criticism focuses on Laurina Fleur from The Bachelor Season 2 — Rosie’s “accidental feminist hero”.

And on this week’s episode of Mamamia’s TV podcast The Binge, Rosie lets rip. No, not like that. At all.

“Laurina was cooking beans, and she said something about the enzymes in the beans, and if you cook them for longer means you won’t fart as much,” Rosie says.

“And Shane Warne looked disgusted. Disgusted. And he was shaking his head… And because Laurina’s amazing, she got all up in his grill, like WHAT?”

“His thing is, he doesn’t think ladies should talk about things like that.

Shane Warne and Laurina
Happier times for Laurina and Shane…

“And then he went and had a whole rant… about how he thinks there’s a proper way for ladies to behave and how women shouldn’t behave that way.

“Well, I have some things to say to you, Shane Warne, about the way women should and shouldn’t behave…”

Watch how it all unfolded here: 

Video via TenPlay

Farting is only the top of this blonde-tipped iceberg, says Rosie. “Laurina… who doesn’t even realise she’s a feminist, and I love it… was saying that when she has conversations with Warne, when she raises her voice she gets cut out of the conversations.

“She says it’s really odd, he doesn’t like women to be too abrasive. But if she lowers her voice, and brings herself down for him, he lets her into the conversation. She says, ‘He likes submissive women’.”

Um, did anyone tell Liz Hurley?

Also on this week’s The Binge podcast, Rosie and Laura Brodnik talk I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of There, The Real Housewives of Melbourne and then take a deep dive into a show that Shane Warne would definitely hate: Broad City. Listen to the full episode here:

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