He gleefully related this story: when he was a vice principal a mother complained to him about her daughter needing to wait too long for the bus to come, because it was cold. He told her that her daughter had an extra layer of subcutaneous fat, so she should probably be fine.
To this day he didn't seem to understand what the big deal was.
Me: You didn't really say that, did you?
Him: BUT IT'S TRUUUUUUUUEEEEEEEEEE.
Me: It's not about whether it's true or not, it's about the applicability to the situation at hand. Girls can still get cold. [And you are a sexist ass. <- thought but, unfortunately, not uttered aloud]