'Tis the season, once again for the inane, ridiculous denouncing of the holiday classic "Baby, It's Cold Outside."

Some over-privileged, far too "educated," myopic, needing to find victimhood behind every word, song, gesture or noise, mindless morons are at it again this year. It started last year when these college-indoctrinated, web-trolling, Snapchatting, vapid idiots first brought up the notion that the song depicts date rape.

Okay, it's sound and lyrics are dated, and you don't like the song. Fine. You didn't live in that era. You know nothing about that time period, other than you're sure it was archaic and pure evil. Stop applying your knee-jerk overreactions to everything you don't agree with or understand.

Given the climate of rampant accusations of "toxic masculinity" and overly aggressive powerful men, I'm sure the song will get a lot of "see this is where it all started" comments all over the echo chamber of the usual sites these idiots cherish like it was a holy book. The blog contained in a Buzzfeed article is a pretty good explanation of the song and it's time.

Thankfully, someone actually gave it a little thought and tried to explain it to the web idiots that worship victimhood and can't wait to trash anything and everything that wasn't produced 15 minutes ago, preferably by someone in a suitably persecuted group that they don't feel guilty about agreeing with.

If you can't tell how utterly disgusted I am about the constant whining and complaining of an ungrateful, overly coddled society, then let me be more plain: Shut the f--- up, pack up and go live somewhere where there are actual problems; where there is actual persecution, constant danger, real financial instability and visible crushing poverty.

Populations in good portions of the planet don't have the luxury of over-analyzing old pop songs to determine if it offends their sensibilities. They're too busy burning dung to heat their homes and cook their food. Spend a year or two overseas (without your American passport), and then get back to me about what you want to complain about here, you f---ing losers!

More from New Jersey 101.5:

Dennis & Judi are on the air weekdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tweet them @DennisandJudi or @NJ1015.

Sign up for the NJ1015.com Newsletter

Get the best of NJ1015.com delivered to your inbox every day.