Oh Lena, have a cupcake (or 20) and just shut up for once.

I’ve come to the conclusion that Lena Dunham is pulling our collective leg on a grand, abdominal scale.

All her antics and despicable faux-intellectual showboating is part of a master plan she’s concocted in that bloated skull designed to elicit grimaces from that sector of the American public that still clings to common sense.

Riveting
Riveting

Her bullshit can’t be real. I’m a tinfoil Dunham Doubter. I never thought I’d say it, but it seems what comes out her mouth actually dwarfs the platters of plentiful culinary cornucopia that slither down that serpentine gullet.

Lena Dunham thinks the colloquialism, “TMI,” is sexist.

According to feminist icon Lena Dunham, yet another common expression is actually really a super-sexist one: “too much information,” or “TMI.”

In fact, Dunham said she finds the expression so offensive that it’s her “least favorite phrase.”

“I think when men share their experiences, it’s bravery, and when women share their experiences, it’s some sort of — people are like, ‘TMI,’” she told NPR’s Terry Gross in an interview this week.

Despite Dunham’s claims, men have in the past shared their experiences without being praised for “bravery,” and women have used “TMI” to tell a man they think he’s “oversharing.”

To top it off, Dunham said that the word “oversharing” is also unacceptable because it, too, is “really gendered.”

“I feel as though there’s some sense that society trivializes female experiences,” she said.

Dunham published a book, Not That Kind of Girl, about her own “female experiences,” and earned a very not-trivial $3.5 million off of its publication alone.

It was released Tuesday.

If I won the lottery, I would send her a ten-year supply of cupcakes. That should silence her nonsense for a few minutes.