Orange’s Finest Laugh About Domestic Violence Against Women

The person who sent this to us didn’t give us a higher resolution picture, so here’s the breakdown for you:

Mark Udy, Shane Udy and Scott Udy shared this gem on Facebook, with a combined friends list of over 1900 people. Bradley Murray ‘liked’ it.

‘Sandwich Making for Dummies’:

“Learn to: know your place, shut up when a man is talking, proper [sic] fellatio technique”

Seeing as though it’s so funny, here are some Australian statistics about domestic violence for the Udy scum and their lab-test mate Brad Murray:

• 23% of women who had ever been married or in a de-facto relationship, experienced violence by a partner at some time during the relationship (ABS 1996, p. 50). One in every four females.

• 42% of women who had been in a previous relationship reported violence by a previous partner (ABS 1996, p. 51). Nearly one in every two females.
Half of women experiencing violence by their current partner experienced more than one incident of violence (ABS 1996, p. 54). Injuries sustained in the last incident were mainly bruises, cuts, and scratches, but also included stab or gun shot wounds, and other injuries (ABS 1996, p. 55).
•    12% of women who reported violence by their current partner at some stage during the relationship, said they were currently living in fear (ABS 1996, p. 51).

The three brothers are all ironically in relationships with token blondes who strike resemblance with the black-eyed blonde on the front cover of ‘Sandwich Making for Dummies’…

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