Who Will Pay the Rent?


In the last post’s comments Bloom stated,

My babysitter was raised in a subculture where she’s been preparing to be a wife and mom her whole life, just like the other girls in her subgroup. Chastity, modesty, and being a “good girl” are expected and the mothers and sisters and everyone is holding them to it and watching them. If a girl was rebellious or “wild” chances are high she would not find a good husband, which is the goal of these young women. They are essentially competing against each other to be good wife material!

Later Ton commented,

Then comes various interactions with women in the smp and then its the weight and the attitudes and well everything really.

Women don’t have to be much but pleasant, height weight proportional and a decent helpmate. They fail to achieve that low bar.

What we have here is two contrasting perspectives on how girls/young women should operate.  In the top example, she is working hard to prepare herself to be wife and mother; and doing so partly to improve her appeal such that she can land a better husband.

Ton is making the point that most modern women basically don’t even try with respect to men.  They have enough methods to raise cash (Daddy, Government Daddy, Jobs) that they need not do anything to increase their appeal.  They can just ride on the fact that they have the big V.

In Latin America, a common economic system is to have large land owners rent their land to poor peasants.  The land owners charge as high of a rent as the peasants can bear, and do little to improve their property.  This type of behavior is termed rent-seeking, and is terribly unproductive (and unfair).  The peasants for their part realize that they are being screwed, and do the bare minimum needed to survive.  Basically this situation is lose-lose.

The typical young woman today is engaging in rent-seeking behavior (with the V substituting for the land).  And the men of today are like the peasants, with little incentive to do anything other than survive.  This is also a lose-lose situation.

Contrast this with the young women described by Bloom.  They work hard to make themselves appealing to men (and not just physically).  And the men reciprocate.   They work hard to attract a good young lady.  This is win-win with respect to the young people, their future children, and society as a whole.

And as the the typical modern young woman, the questions are: “Who will pay the rent?  And for how long will they pay the rent?”

Addendum —

DEFINITION OF ‘RENT-SEEKING’

When a company, organization or individual uses their resources to obtain an economic gain from others without reciprocating any benefits back to society through wealth creation.

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105 comments on “Who Will Pay the Rent?
  1. Cill says:

    “Rent-seeking” is a good analogy. Well, in my neck of the woods the landladies are frantically chasing rent from the few tenants who are stupid enough to pay. The rest have long since stopped paying, and are better off as a result.

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  2. Tarnished says:

    And as the the typical modern young woman, the questions are: “Who will pay the rent?  And for how long will they pay the rent?”

    Who will pay the rent?
    You, yourself, and thee.
    For how long will they pay it?
    As long as you have a job and have need to.
    (That’s how my oma raised me. YMMV.)

    But yes, one should work to be as appealing as possible. Such a goal is a worthy one, for a learned and healthy child is a blessing and an adult with the same qualities is a boon to their partners, friends, and society. One should first strive to be strong, educated, and capable for themselves, then because it pleases their partner, then because it is beneficial to the society in which they live.

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  3. SFC Ton says:

    Who will pay the rent? How about the tradcons and socons? They seem to like the current system well enough to want to want to preserve it. And feed more men into the meat grinder

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  4. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Farm Boy,
    I am having trouble trying to comprehend why the female collective chose to go down this road. T feed hypergamy, they had to trade in full time for part time due to the disparate numbers. Bad idea.
    Even when there is a surplus of males, hypergamy cannot be satisfied. I cite mainland China and the growing numbers of older women who will never find men in the great cities.

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  5. Tarnished says:

    Hey, that’s a good point. We hear about the herbivores of Japan all the time…What is the situation in China?

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  6. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Tarn,
    I just looked it up and it’s 105/100 male/female. In the meanwhile, there are a lot of women in the big cities that will never pair up. Sandman had report on his video today.

    It’s only necesary to listen to the first few minutes but, it is agreat video for him.
    I wish I could remember the colloquialism used to describe these women but, their standards are stratospheric. Movie star good looks are not enough.
    A lot of this is due to the one child policy and the resultant sex selected abortions. Boys will carry their parents in old age. Daughters will move on to their husband’s family.

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  7. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    What Bloom points out would be ideal. What Ton points out sucks and is all too real. What has to happen is that incentives and values in the SMP have to be more in tune with what is real.

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  8. Spawny Get says:

    Spawny, as usual, has striven to satisfy you’s lot. Losing game that that clearly is.

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  9. If the market is flooded with cheap rentals with low or no lease terms, why not go month to month rather than lock in long term? Why aspire to home ownership at all? Especially if the only homes for sale are run down, outdated, and have major problems? Just rent! Lots of supply. You can demand new carpet and such, but the landlord has to pay for them. And you in return have no commitment!

    Great analogy, Farm Boy! Why would anyone buy?

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  10. SFC Ton says:

    Why did women choose this path? Lack of foresight. One of those common lady traits mentioned by the ancients and seen in full force today.

    Sorry Fuzzie but asking the questions demonstrates a certain level of fundamentally not understanding women. Lack of foresight is probably an evolutionary requirement to keep pushing out babies

    And yea one of the best explanations of rent seeking I have read

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  11. Spawny Get says:

    Great post, Farm Boy

    “The typical young woman today is engaging in rent-seeking behavior (with the V substituting for the land). And the men of today are like the peasants, with little incentive to do anything other than survive. This is also a lose-lose situation.”

    Perfect

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  12. Liz says:

    The beagle is gone. Now Swithy has a mane!

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  13. Liz says:

    They do say if it flies, floats or fucks rent it.

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  14. Spawny Get says:

    jus’ blowin’ raspberries at the critics

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  15. Yoda says:

    A patriarch again he is.

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  16. Yoda says:

    When a company, organization or individual uses their resources to obtain an economic gain from others without reciprocating any benefits back to society through wealth creation.

    http://www.investopedia.com/terms/r/rentseeking.asp

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  17. Spawny Get says:

    She gets some of it. But of course she focuses on the birds more than the boys. Still, wouldn’t see the boys mentioned at all elsewhere.

    http://conservativewoman.co.uk/kathy-gyngell-pushy-mothers-are-to-blame-for-the-misery-of-middle-class-girls/

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  18. missattempts says:

    So great is a man’s “natural” lust for a woman, (He has 6X the testosterone) his
    mind is one track. It doesn’t occur to him that a woman has her “needs,” to feel
    comfortable and content.
    The man wants sex-lot’s of it. The woman wants security, for which she trades sex.
    People subsciously look for traits. What a man wants is easy to see. What the woman
    wants, is part what she can see, (Appearence, means.) and part what she can’t see
    (Confidence.) In her ignorance and desperation (Due to her biological “time clock.)
    She can mistake sociopathic charm for gallentry.
    In any case, women want a man with clout. That’s why she WILL put up with a less
    then ideal man, who’s jiggling other women. (Like a J.F.K.)
    Therefore, a man obtains sex in two ways: In a transactual way, or through simple
    dumb luck. He can work to upgrade his desirabilty, but to attain non commital sex
    still requires luck.
    That’s why in Astrology, the 5th house of the chart concerns sex, gambling, creativity
    and children. When a man gets sex from a woman, it’s termed getting “lucky.”
    If he is “lucky” enough to have attractive traits, he won’t have to suffer as much.
    BTW, Has anyone heard the song, “Standing On The Corner, Watching All The
    Girls Go By,” from the play “Most Happy Fella?”
    Incel torture is nothing new.

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  19. Spawny Get says:

    “Incel torture is nothing new.”

    That’s true. In the olden days though, men and women needed each other far more. There was pressure to settle down at an early age. More guys would get themselves a wife sooner rather than never.

    I suppose I hadn’t recognised that modern media makes incels feel like everyone is having sex except them – causing them pain.

    The women feel that all the other women are getting palatial homes, foreign holidays and tall, dark, handsome and rich,baby. Under no circumstances should they have a good idea of their own worth because settling is the ultimate horror to women. Only to be entertained (temporarily?) for princess-wedding, and kids to be spawned when the egg-timer’s shrill ring is deafening.

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  20. Yoda says:

    When a company, organization or individual uses their resources to obtain an economic gain from others without reciprocating any benefits back to society through wealth creation.

    Born with a V they are.
    Work for this they did not.
    But for all its worth they do exploit.

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  21. Yoda says:

    I suppose I hadn’t recognised that modern media makes incels feel like everyone is having sex except them – causing them pain.

    Much to account for advertisers do have.

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  22. Yoda says:

    Just rent! Lots of supply. You can demand new carpet and such,

    Appealing to lesbians this would be.

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  23. Yoda says:

    I am having trouble trying to comprehend why the female collective chose to go down this road.

    Road leads to tinglating sperm it does.
    Everything else matters little.
    Includes well being of children it does.

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  24. Yoda says:

    Gray the mane is.
    Old the patriarch must be.

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  25. Spawny Get says:

    They’re natural highlights, indicating maturity…I allege

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  26. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Not old Yoda but, wise beyond his years is this lion.

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  27. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Bloom,
    I think that your concept of rent differs from the original post. In the OP, the renters are discouraged knowing that, if they succeed, they’ll only have to pay more. I think, in your allusion, the renters are doing so because it entails less responsibility. These are two different thingsl

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  28. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Spawny at 2:36pm,
    I read that. Never mind that boys that age are getting torn to bits, give the princesses what ever they want.

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  29. Spawny Get says:

    They want a mane…you get a mane…then the mithering starts again…over the colour.

    Loreal Beach Blonde #68 Because I’m worth it.

    (68? it’s like a 69, but “you do me and I’ll owe you one”)

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  30. @ fuzzie, perhaps I misunderstood, I thought in the op the landlocked was the woman and the renter was the male. I was looking at it from the female pov. Yes, renters have strategies too, live it up on free rent, long for homeownership that is unavailable, purchase a house wo inspe tion only to have the market collapse and return to renter status (or homelessness) or be lucky, and with due diligence, advance successfully to homeownership and have a steady long term market appreciation and return on investment. Maybe there are even more rent/own strategies? Or maybe I am missing the anogy?

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  31. The landowner has several strategies too, rent for the short term and get what you get, lots of turnover, maybe a good renter that ends up lease option to buy (smp) maybe a renter that destroys the place, or improve the property to the point it is attractive as a long term investment w joint ownership, exit the rental market. (Mmp)

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  32. Renters could take the strategy to lease multiple units (hey rent’s cheap!) and then sublease! W/o a contract, if a fental starts to be troublesome, move on to another. The pimp/plate spinner model.

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  33. Cill says:

    Or the tenant (renter) could settle for an implied monthly tenancy. What’s it called again? FWB

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  34. Then there’s the model where neither landowner or renter understand the market so both are making lose-lose choices.

    Other variations exist, I could spin scnerios all day. Bottom line both parties have choices, it’s about individual strategy and like all markets, usually those doing different than the rest of a market craze (sell when others are clamoring to buy, working the margins, etc.) that end up Warren Buffett.

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  35. Cill says:

    It all gets back to “rent-seeking” being a damn good analogy.

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  36. @.cill in the fwb model I think both landowner and tenant need to be like minded that they are taking a rational approach the the market. Probably only works in the no kid model. I don’t see fwb being advantageous w children involved. But it’s not a model I have considered, or actually I did, only to find the lifetime tenant moved out wo warning, leaving this landowner in a much compromised situation (and a 2nd child.) I would not do it again. But individual results vary. The landlord who gives owner status to one who is not risks giving up the window when a true buyer could have been found, facing renting again with a devalued and outdated property. It’s a risk… A woman is only young once…

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  37. The renter in the fwb model otoh, no risk except that they might get stuck buyi g when the landowner decides its time to request a contract renegotiation…

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  38. The landowner could decide to not rent and be owner occupied. (Mtgtow?) or homeless (another mtgtow version) or some shade inbetween…

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  39. Cill out of curiosity, would you advise Molly to take a fwb path? Or would you advise her against it? What would her mom advise her? What would her dad advise her?

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  40. Cill says:

    I don’t know about the “only young once” when it comes to physical attractiveness. Some women are just plain old interested in men, and it shows. Sorry interruptions here. I’ll come back to it because I think it’s important…

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  41. And admittedly I am viewing this thru a FI lens, but as a woman that seems to be how I should view it for my own protection? Trusting a fwb, for me, was a huge misstep and I have paid more dearly in the end than had I refused the offer entirely. I love my you fest, don’t get me wrong, but I greatly compromised all of our security with those choices.

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  42. Yoda says:

    The mane maybe plain but it is enough to maintain the frame

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  43. Or in other words, bloom learned the old ways are what works best. These new dangled ideas… They sound good but often end up playing out poorly. Fwb is a very progressive worldview, free love baby!

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  44. The only civilization I can think of that had a successful fwb culture was the Polynesian isles, pre colonization. All the babies were everyone’s babies. They didnt care about paternity. They did not mind socialism/communism/whatever that would be. Is this our culture?

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  45. And please know these comments are not directed at anyone personally, I am just saying my take, for me, on fwb, in my situation. Individual results may vary.

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  46. Spawny Get says:

    No probs, Bloom, no probs.

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  47. I may be hormonal, for the record. I will try not to throw dishes! 🙂

    Cookies, anyone?

    (Full implosion wi 24-48 hours then timer reset for 28 days, roughly.)

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  48. Cill says:

    Bloom

    FWB = No children for me.

    If I recommended FWB to Molly, she’d think I’d lost my marbles.

    “only young once”. I’ve spoken to a lot of men here and overseas on this subject. None of them think the sexual attractiveness of women cuts off in the mid 20s. All I can say is, for a lot of men youth is not a sine qua non of sexual attractiveness.

    Given the thoroughly justified reluctance of men to marry, a woman might consider FwB as a way of increasing her market. I mean, a person is as trustworthy in FwB as in marriage. In my own case I’d consider the possibility of FwB, because I’ve known the woman all her life and she ticks all the boxes. In your case, perhaps FwB is something you could consider with someone who ticks all the important boxes – the same boxes you’d require to be ticked before marriage. It’s a big ask, but over a wider choice of men.

    However FwB is less risky than marriage for a man; vice versa for a woman.

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  49. Btw I highly suspect my oldest is hormonal on the same cycle, genes her hijinks yesterday. If a mushroom cloud can be seen in the vicinity of the Pacific Northwest, send Toblerone! 🙂

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  50. Cill says:

    I’ll keep an anxious eye on the N.N.E. horizon.

    To clarify my comment re Molly: She is 11 years my junior, but about 1000 years my senior in terms of understanding one’s position in relation to sex and marriage. She has been schooled to understand this position by excellent teachers. She could teach me exactly what to want and what to avoid.

    [Cill self edit: I want to get this right. It would be a hoot for me to be advising her on this subject. That’s a better way of putting it.]

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  51. Cill says:

    Well that’s it from me, folks. I must bid you a fond farewell for a while. Have a good day!

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  52. SFC Ton says:

    Wouldn’t call Polynesians much of a civilization. Great sailors and explorers but no written lauange, no metal working, incest and beastilty common practice, cannibalism easy defeated by outside powers….

    Yea wouldn’t say the free love thing worked out for them all that well

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  53. Spawny Get says:

    Got a good mate that spent a season shearing with the Maoris in Kiwiland, tough people, he loved the experience. They kind of adopted him. Great Rugby players too. But there’s no getting round steel and gunpowder when TSHTF.

    Course, the next SHTF it’ll be drones of various types versus people. I won’t be betting on the people. Those Terminator films are way optimistic.

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  54. Have you had a vasectomy then Cill? Or your partner a tubal? I know of no other way for you to be able to guarantee there will not be children, unless you both agree in advance to terminate any pregnancies? (Says a IUD “miracle less than 1%odds” baby

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  55. Spawny Get says:

    Published on Jun 10, 2015

    The European Parliament shut down and prevented a debate on America’s 100% crooked TTIP “trade deal”, worried about what people are saying about it, giving crooked Americans unlimited powers to screw the 99%, to protect crooked dying American economy and their profits.

    NONE of the UK’s TV stations made one scond of mention of this even ahving taken place. This is how the UK’s people are being DELIBERATELY being kept in the dark about the government’s economic terrorism behind their backs.

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  56. Btw a rhetorical question, but on the fwb no kids couple would be amiss not to discuss in advance. And even then, in theory and in reality can often differ.

    To add to it vasectomies and tubal legations also have a failure (I.E. oops!) rate.

    Weird and supposedly not possible things happen. Then what? Good to discuss…

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  57. Hey I know, let’s play Russian Roulette!!! Anyone???

    (Ok I will be quiet now and work on my biz instead… Bye!)

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  58. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post.

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  59. SFC Ton says:

    Drones are soft targets;maintenance crews, pilots etc all go home to their wives and kids, have moms and dads etc.etc

    I loved hanging out with men from Soma and Tongo. Tough dudes with great sense of humor. Doesn’t change the reality of their civilization none

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  60. SFC Ton says:

    That trade deal won’t be good for middle class etc americans either; they never are. But amerca turned its hand against middle class White folk generations ago.

    Unless you are a tradcon/ socon

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  61. Tarnished says:

    Hi Bloom and Cill! I’m gonna subtly sneak myself into your conversation…very ninja like. 😉

    You’re correct, Bloom. Kids should never be an option in a FwB arrangement. It isn’t conducive to childrearing whatsoever, and would fail horribly 99% of the time. My FwB is vasectomized, and was for a number of years before he met me. Unless something truly strange occurs, neither of us will be worrying about unplanned pregnancies anytime soon!

    The youth/”depreciation” thing is…eh, very individual. If a woman already knows she wants to be a mother, she shouldn’t waste too much time being in a FwB. Not because her older age will necessarily make her that much less attractive to a man (see Cill’s previous quotes about the beauties in his family) so long as she is healthy. Rather, she should have kids in her early 20s because it’s easier for her body to bounce back, she’s physically mature, and her eggs are still in their genetic prime. However, I also think men who want kids should be roughly the same age…probably no more than 4-6 years older, if that. Even without the evidence of the father’s sperm being less potent/more prone to deterioration in older ages, no kid wants a dad who’s nearly old enough to be their grandfather. Both parents should be young, healthy, and active in their children’s lives…which is harder to do if you’re 50 when they’re 10 than if you’re 35 when they’re 10. To men and women who aren’t interested in having a family, physical health and strength is certainly still very important, but the youth aspect is free to dwindle as it is inevitably going to do regardless. (This is likely a difficult occurance for those women who put an overly large amount of value into their looks instead of personality.)

    Renting on a yearly basis is a nicely effective way to ensure you’re never truly locked into something, but at the same time if you and the landowner get along well it’s a pleasant experience so long as it will last. 🙂

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  62. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Bloom,
    We can send you bagpipes but not chocolate.
    As for the father of Bloomette 2, at a guess, he would still be around if Homewrecker hadn’t walke on the stage.
    Speaking of Homewrecker, any updates?

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  63. @ fuzzie perhaps, hard to say if it wouldn’t have happened eventually? It takes two. As he put it to me at the time, “I thought I wanted all this (sete down, be a family, have a child) but I guess I didn’t.” Huh? So that leaves me um where, exactly? That was a very, very difficult red pill to swallow. Bad choices by Bloom there. We’ll leave it at that, voice of experience, that’s all, just saying …

    As for home wrecker last I heard she was still trying to find her sugar daddy. I hear she hooked up with the owner of a port a pottie company, the glamorous life she has always dreamed of??? The s#itter queen, I hope he puts her face on all the pumper trucks, would be such an honor, no?

    Where’s that chocolate btw? Hummm… (Kidding!)

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  64. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Bloom,
    I cannot send you chocolate through the internet but, will bagpipes help?

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  65. @ fuzzie after the engagement I could tell that he was having second thoughts on his choice. After the engagement was called off he showed some pretty non committal and vague interest. I said I would only be open to it if we did counseling, figure out what happened, where we are now, then after that, decide if there was any chance. The trust on my side is just gone, what would prevent the same a few more years in? Way too much risk. He hemmed and based and came up with reasons he “couldn’t” do counseling. (Cost, time) Fair enough. But my spidey sense says if he really had a change of heart, he’d be keen to do what it would take. Maybe I am reading that all wrong but… It’s not just me that would get hurt if we rinsed and repeated for round two, the kids don’t need another trial run, either. I don’t see indications he gets it any better than he did before…and a few years in his new life, charm there is wearing off, maybe this grass looks greener once again, but in a few years??? My spidey sense is pretty strong screaming “don’t.” He said I got him better than any woman ever had or probably ever will. I was all in… Too bad he didn’t appreciate it at the time.

    Chocolate… More chocolate, less typing stuff forever after recorded on the Intranet… Ak.

    He has t brought it up since, again further evidence he’s not himself all in.

    Whatever.

    Chocolate!!! Need chocolate, or actually maybe just sleep.

    Character is all. A man must have character, my spidey sense must agree, then he’d have to get past my screening committee! They are pretty darn protective of me, love them! (Their vote, btw, on the ex fwb, “NOOOO WAY!” They’d probably have me committed!)

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  66. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Bloom,
    Get out of the house. Go to the store. Buy chocolate.
    Sorry to bring him up. My thought was that things would have just hummed along if Homewrecker never showed up. Sorry that it can”t be salvaged. Better a real Dad for one.

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  67. I hope all this is not over share, I am not looking for sympathy, just sharing my experience as a tale of warning of the potential pitfalls… Learn from Bloom. The old ways worked and were worked out over long periods of time. There is wisdom that can protect one in those old ways. Worth consideration vs. the “modern way.”

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  68. @ fuzzie trust me, there was that moment where I thought just that… Maybe we could be a family again. Maybe I am being stubborn. But that experience damn near killed me, spiritually, emotionally, physically, financially… It has been a hard road back. He left me in the ditch, not a care about me or what would happen to his “family” once… The past is a good predictor of the future, as they say. If he wanted to prove different, he knows where to find me (and the mower!)

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  69. And don’t worry fuzzie, I really am ok even wo any chocolate. I have snicker doodle cookies! (Lol, kidding)

    Weird thing is, since the engagement ended, and it set in what a bullet I dodged there, I have been surprisingly ok, better than in a long time even. I am leaving it to the Man Upstairs. If something is meant to be, it will. Otherwise, I am doing ok, my life is full and busy. Hopefully my sharing my tales will help someone make sense of their own, or avoid similar. The older I get, the less it’s about me personally, and the more I feel connected to the larger human experience.

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  70. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Bloom,
    How about Homewrecker’s image on all the trucks and port-a-potties?
    She deserves at least that much! o_O
    What have your sources been telling you about creatures with round ears and big snouts?

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  71. molly says:

    Answer: depends on the beholder. I ❤ creatures with round ears and big snouts! They are are totally coool! (beauty is in the eye of the beholder)

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  72. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    As are mulicolored furry things without arms!

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  73. molly says:

    “without arms” is good for cradling babies, eh!
    Not 😀 lol
    (signed) mother of 10
    (heh heh)
    (snort)

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  74. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Molly,
    I still want to see you play drums for George Thorogood.
    et’s see if it still works on wordpress.
    🌯 🌯 🌯 :besr: 🙄

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  75. molly says:

    I looked at 24timezones. It’s waay past time for your beddybys eh! Good night Fuzzie and Bloom if you’re there. Pleasant dreams. Bloom you didn’t answer Fuzzie’s question. 😉

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  76. molly says:

    Fuzzie you *are* there! I could jump up and down on the drums with my feet 😉
    Da bom diddy bom

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  77. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Molly,
    zzzzzFurbyzzzzzzOrcazzzzzzBloom making sandwicheszzzzzzzzHJoneyzzzzz

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  78. molly says:

    yeah –

    🌯 🌯 🌯 🌯 🐻 🙄

    did it work –

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  79. molly says:

    YES IT DID

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  80. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Molly,
    There must be something filtering out emoticons.
    It’s frustrating.
    Back to dreaming of Bloom making honey sandwiches.

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  81. molly says:

    Good night F. Wuzzie bear. Dream of hives Fuzzie!
    (heh heh) No I meant honey I swear! 🙂
    Good night from me. 😉

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  82. Sorry I missed it fuzzie and Molly, I was sleeping! How about honey and chocolate???
    🍯+🍫

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  83. Tarnished says:

    Hey Bloom.
    I wanted to preemptively apologize if my comment at 4:06 was callous. I didn’t mean that a woman *has* to have all her kids before age 30…I reread it this morning, and thought it might be perceived that way. 😦

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  84. And to clarify my relationship wasn’t fwb, it was live together, exclusive, life partners, ” marriage is just a piece of paper.” Another progressive Ida’s I would not advise.not that marriage ses to mean any more to most and I didn’t lose half when he bailed…

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  85. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Bloom,
    Don’t be too hard on yourself. You weren’t the villian in this drama. Thinking of Homwrecker’s image adorning service trucks for port-a-potties helps a little. 🙂

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  86. Oh fuzzie that would indeed make my day to see that! Lol.

    Well, here I was, kindof in a funk, thinking about my struggles when I hear a meow coming from the barn. Soon a small timid, thin but obviously tame young cat emerges. Thanks to a bowl of food, which she scarfed down, we are now friends. Once I got close enough, I can see she’s about to have kittens. A homeless teen mom. And I thought I had problems! So, like a good sister, I produced a can of whipped cream which she will now be getting to help her body catch up to the calorie demand, and the girls will be delighted to hear we will soon have kittdns! I’ll get mom fixed and find homes for everyone after.

    Like a sign from the universe, all struggles are a matter of perspective! 🙂

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  87. Yoda says:

    Well, here I was, kindof in a funk

    Do the right thing one should.
    Good things eventually come they will.

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  88. SFC Ton says:

    Kittens make excellent bait.

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  89. @ Yoda thanks for the encouragement, 90% of life truly lies in having faith, doing your best, and getting up and showing up. The rest sorts itself out along the way.

    @Ton you are such a softie! Lol.

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  90. Yoda says:

    Kittens make excellent bait.

    Patriarch a lion he is.
    Careful you must be.

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  91. Spawny Get says:

    As long as they aren’t mine, it’s all good. Lion Patriarchs just be like that

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  92. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Bloom,
    Meow!

    Kittens make good bait. They tug on the heartstrings of silly old bears. They’re too small for eating and more fun to watdh.

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  93. SFC Ton says:

    They do. They start splashing around on the surface mewling away and in come the bigger predator fish. Chickens work to. Chumming for sharks? Dog food and chickens

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  94. Anyone except Ton want a kitten? Now taking reservations 😉

    And least anyone think him horrible, can I add Ton runs an animal rescue operation himself? Softie! Lol.

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  95. Liz says:

    And THAT is why I never leave home without my magical, shark-deflecting frog helmet!

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  96. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Liz,
    Did you dream that one up on the fly or, were you waiting for an occaision to use it?
    Brilliant!

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  97. Liz says:

    I can’t turn this off, Fuzzie. 😛

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  98. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Well, it’s too bad that you weren’t around for for the war in the Pacific. The US army and Navy would be very interested in any working shark reppellant technology.

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  99. Cill says:

    “Hey I know, let’s play Russian Roulette!!! Anyone???”

    There will be no children. I don’t have to go into the detail.

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  100. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Cill,
    I would like to know how all this “Russian Roulette” stuff got started. While Imperial Russian officers were legends for drinking and gambling, how can a pooled game reward enough for a man to risk his life?
    In a similar vein, there is a story about Frederick the Great of Prussia. He hated duelling because it would deprive him of good officers. One time, he was asked to serve as second and he uncharacteristically accepted. During the night, a gallows was built. “What’s that for?” asked one of the duellists. “That’s for the winner.” was the king’s response.
    No duel that day.

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  101. Spawny Get says:

    “I can’t turn this off, Fuzzie.”

    You and me, Sis. You and me both.

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  102. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Liz,
    I’ll take that to mean that you enjoy being silly. I can’t remember who said it but, there was a title “We’re All Bozos On This Bus”.
    I can identify with that.

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