Ginger or Mary Ann?


This is an age-old question.  Probably one that will never die.  But for each up and coming generation, it needs to be re-introduced.  So here it is.

On the American TV show Gilligan’s Island, a set of shipwrecked castaways try to survive.  Oddly enough, it seems rather easy to do.  There are no diseases, plenty of food (e.g. coconut cream pies), batteries for radios, etc.  One almost wonders why they want to be rescued.

There are two attractive female characters, Ginger and Mary Ann.  Here are some clips,

This one explains the back story,

These emphasize Ginger,

And Mary Ann gets her turn,

Ginger is presented as the sexy glamorous movie star.  And at times she acts the seductress.  Mary Ann, on the other hand is presented as a much more wholesome type. Also note that she was considered to be a much more subsidiary character, as she wasn’t even included in the original opening jingle.  The eternal questions are?

1.  Which one might you want for a roll in the hay?

2. Which one might you want to marry?

Now be honest in your answers

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105 comments on “Ginger or Mary Ann?
  1. Farm Boy says:

    To get things rolling on this silly thread,

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  2. JDG says:

    No rolls in the hay for me. I think Mary Anne probably makes a better sammich than Ginger, but I wouldn’t marry either one of them.

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  3. Farm Boy says:

    I think that I am partial to Mary Ann. That is, the concept of the wholesome character.

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  4. Farm Boy says:

    Though Mary Ann just a few years ago was busted with a carload of pot. Maybe she was not quite so angelic

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  5. Spawny Get says:

    Bit rich after the stick I took over Ms Drake’s current age

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  6. Farm Boy says:

    That picture of Ms. Drake is really large…

    Not that I mind.

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  7. Farm Boy says:

    Mary Ann could make great coconut cream pies. That is a reasonably surrogate for sammiches.

    Ginger did not do anything other than be Ginger.

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  8. Spawny Get says:

    And I was shocked! Shocked! I tell you. To discover she had a career in soft-porno-filth. Marvellous

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  9. theasdgamer says:

    To get things rolling on this silly thread,

    Hay there.

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  10. theasdgamer says:

    Now be honest in your answers

    Zis is fur ze zience.

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  11. Farm Boy says:

    I had a friend who used to watch that show because it was science fiction and because it had what he termed the “Moon Babes”.

    The Moon Babes were reincarnated in this silly video,

    My buddy liked that. It brought back memories

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  12. Spawny Get says:

    Moon Babes you want?

    Spawny provides

    Well, they live on the Moon, well…a moon iirc. And there’re females. And a Soup Dragon.

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  13. Spawny Get says:

    Didn’t have Gilligan over here. Not till Total Recall anyway. I hear he hit the wall in the end.

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  14. Spawny Get says:

    A great post of Dalrock’s. Maybe before some of you began in the manospheres

    We are trapped on Slut Island and Traditional Conservatives are our Gilligan

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  15. Yoda says:

    Gilligan’s Island filmed in the Sammich Isles it was.
    Yet Mary Ann only coconut cream pies she did make.
    Holding out she was?

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  16. Yoda says:

    Spawny our Skipper he would be.

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  17. Yoda says:

    Jar-Jar like Gilligan he is.
    But much less funny and likeable Jar-Jar would be.

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  18. Cill says:

    “Spawny our Skipper he would be”

    I my own skipper would be, and for anyone else who would put their lives in good hands on the sea.

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  19. Cill says:

    Farm Boy, I think your question (Ginger or Mary Ann?) reflects the fact that you Northern Hemisphere types are all 10+ years my senior. Gilligan’s Island was made long before my time. I don’t know Ginger (this Ginger 😉 ) or Mary Anne.

    FWIW I’d prefer a roll in the hay with M, who might or might not be a Mary Anne. Might be more of a Ginger, actually, from my perspective.

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  20. M says:

    A roll in the hay might be your dream come true sailor boy… were there but hay on the sea 😉

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  21. M says:

    Oh and Ginger I could never be… excepting your perspective only.

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  22. theasdgamer says:

    The advent of inexpensive containerized shipping, technology for compression of hay and growing world demand has changed the equation, at least for the Western United States. Currently, the equivalent of over 12% of the alfalfa and over 30% of grassy hays produced in the seven western states are exported.

    http://ucanr.edu/blogs/blogcore/postdetail.cfm?postnum=11947

    Hay is often exported by ship. There ya go, Cill & M.

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  23. Tarnished says:

    Seems to be the male version of Alpha Fux/Beta Bux…

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  24. Cill says:

    Well there you go, M. All we need do is board one of those container ships on the high seas. We shall arrive like thieves in the night. Say my heart’s sister, wilt thou sail with me?

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  25. JDG says:

    So had they never been rescued, who would Mary Anne have married?

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  26. Yoda says:

    Seems to be the male version of Alpha Fux/Beta Bux…

    Mary Ann pretty she is.
    Make herself useful also she can.

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  27. M says:

    The halcyons brood around the foamless isles;
    The treacherous Ocean has forsworn its wiles;
    The merry mariners are bold and free:
    Say my heart’s sister, wilt thou sail with me?

    Yup.

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  28. Yoda says:

    So had they never been rescued, who would Mary Anne have married?

    Married Ginger last week she did.

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  29. Cill says:

    “who would Mary Anne have married? Married Ginger last week she did”

    Well who would have thought it. A couple of dykes after all that.

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    The Sammich Isles are part of the US. And gay marriage is now legal. I had a lesbian cousin who married last week. I bet it was a busy weekend.

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  31. Cill says:

    Of course Tarn is only a month or 2 my senior, but being a Northener she likely knows Gilligan’s Island as well as the rest of you do.

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  32. Sumo says:

    Farm Boy, I think your question (Ginger or Mary Ann?) reflects the fact that you Northern Hemisphere types are all 10+ years my senior. Gilligan’s Island was made long before my time.

    I caught the re-runs when I was a kid (and yes, I’m older than you, too), but I never had a thing for either of them, because, well……..I was a kid. I preferred Alyssa Milano, who was closer to my age.

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  33. Tarnished says:

    One of my customers did as well, FB. It has been legal in my state for a while, but they waited till they were sure it’d be recognized everywhere, especially since his husband is potentially getting transferred by his job next year. Smart move, methinks.

    Congrats to your cousin and her wife. I hope she has a wonderful, long, happy marriage. 🙂

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  34. Tarnished says:

    I watched the reruns just as Sumo did…obviously. 😛

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  35. Tarnished says:

    Murder, She Wrote and Matlock were always more preferred by my oma, and her control of the TV remote was total and unquestioned…

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  36. Cill says:

    Hmm since Dawn Wells did not marry Tina Louise in fact or in fiction maybe it’s best if I spend a moment in quiet reflection.

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  37. JDG says:

    Married Ginger last week she did.

    And then there was that woman who “married” her dog, and the one that “married” a bridge. I guess things are so bad that we don’t even know what marriage is anymore.

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  38. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    Knowing you’re sweet on Mary Ann, if comes to double dating, I’ll escort Ginger. That htey’re roommates should indicate that they’re not that far apart philosphically.
    We could end the night at their house with coconut cream pie for dessert.

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  39. Farm Boy says:

    and the one that “married” a bridge

    That is a good one.

    I wonder if it was a draw bridge…

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  40. Farm Boy says:

    there was that woman who “married” her dog

    I wonder if she follows his lead. When they walk, and otherwise…

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  41. Farm Boy says:

    Congrats to your cousin and her wife. I hope she has a wonderful, long, happy marriage.

    Not everybody is so happy about it.

    Recently she asked me to effectively be her bodyguard when she went to the big city, I told my brother about this, and his reaction was: “She should have married a man if she wants that”.

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  42. Choicy says:

    As I recall there was one sheila went so far as to hitch up to herself in wedding bliss. Marrying yourself is the ultimate inside honesty towards the vows, mate. For richer or poorer, in sickness and in health… knowing full well at which stage you are going to give yourself the flick. Fair go mate, half way through the ceremony you’d walk out on yourself.

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  43. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I went back and watched the Ginger video agian and couldn’t help but realize that Ginger was operating from a handicap. As a redhead, men are going to be passionately drawn or repulsed. Mary Ann, as a brunette, has a real advantage here. Brunettes are more universally accepted.

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  44. I would not marry Mary Ann or Ginger. Even if technically now I could. Just not my thing, I suppose! 😉

    I think Mary Ann would have married the professor, naturally.

    As a kid I always thought Ginger was “the prettier one” with all her Marilyn Monroe breathless, eyes half closed, va va voom and fancy dresses. Mary Ann seemed the smarter and more interesting of the two. So while Ginger was prettier, she was also one dimensional while Mary Ann seemed to have a lot more depth and breadth — plus the professor liked her (and I liked him) so I always wanted to be Mary Ann.

    Ginger, hypergamous as she was, likely would have married mr. Howell. Or actually even more likely had been his mistress! After all, she had an acting career to pursue. Everyone knows single girl starlets can’t be married bc to do so might limit her casting couch sessions!

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  45. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    I don’t know about Ginger. While she had to vamp it up all the time, I don’t think that she had a chance to play a straight role.
    I’ll bet she had as much to do with making coconut cream pies as Mary Ann.

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  46. theasdgamer says:

    there was that woman who “married” her dog

    If the dog’s lucky, he gets no sex and lots of drama. If unlucky…yuk!

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  47. Liz says:

    “As a kid I always thought Ginger was “the prettier one” with all her Marilyn Monroe breathless, eyes half closed, va va voom and fancy dresses.”

    Me too, Bloom. Ginger was kind of like Barbie, and Barbie was “prettier” in flashy clothes. I might have thought this because I never had any flashy clothes for Barbie (I had to make Barbie’s clothes myself), and always wanted them.

    Well, except tin foil, I did make tin foil clothes…for her “nights out”. 😛

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  48. Liz says:

    BTW, I think most of us who watched Gilligan’s Island watched the reruns. The show came out in the 60s didn’t it?

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  49. theasdgamer says:

    Cill, mate, I’ll tag along to provide room service for the happy couple. You always need room service. And I can cook a bit.

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  50. theasdgamer says:

    When I was a teen, I was enamored with Ginger. Now, I prefer Mary Ann.

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  51. Liz says:

    Mike liked Mary Ann.
    He was also enamored with Farrah Fawcett and had that iconic poster of her up in his room.

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  52. Liz says:

    Funny thing is, looking back now there’s no doubt Jaclyn Smith was the best looking on that show by far. But Fara was everyone’s favorite.

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  53. Yoda says:

    Well, except tin foil, I did make tin foil clothes…for her “nights out”.

    Another fan of the “moon babes” we do have.

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  54. Spawny Get says:

    “Another fan of the “moon babes” we do have.”
    Moon Boobs in her case

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  55. Yoda says:

    Moon Boobs in her case

    Support they did need?

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  56. theasdgamer says:

    Liz, Farrah seemed more feminine than Jaclyn. Maybe that’s what did it. I also favored Farrah.

    For redheads, Ann-Margret was the pinnacle. 4311, I’d take her over Michelle Pfeiffer, who looked ravishing in Ladyhawke. Ann-Margret is smokin’. Hate Pfeiffer’s noo-yawk-accented voice and love Ann-Margret’s breathy exhalations. If I were around Ann-Margret, my automatic subcomms would be on display. Even just thinking about Ann-Margret…. Back when I was a teen and didn’t like redheads, I still found Ann-Margret hot. Now that I like redheads, Ann-Margret tops my list. Gets my engine revved.

    Do you have any long gowns like Pfeiffer wore in Ladyhawke? Blondes in filmy long gowns….

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  57. theasdgamer says:

    I’d have been a supporting actor…

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  58. missattempts says:

    One wouldn’t need to “marry” either of them.
    Legal marriage is for civlization and to protect each partners’ “rights.”
    For example, the Bible refers to Adam and Eve as “husband and wife,” but there
    is no indication that they were formally “married.” There was no clergyman present
    to “marry” them. The fact that they were alone in a lush paradise with no “legal”
    paramaters, made state or religious marriage unnessasary.
    In REALLY ancient times, there was no such thing as marriage as we know it today.
    There were no “middle men” to marry the couple. As the Bible says: “When a man
    shall leave his mother and father and cleve unto his wife, they shall be ONE FLESH.”
    This applies whether it’s one woman or more. There were no prohibitions against
    polyogmay. It may have existed in the early Christian Church. The Apostle Paul, said
    a Bishop in the church could only have one wife. If he had to specify that, there may
    have been instances where men “married” more then one woman.
    Christ used parables like “The Ten Virgins,” to make His point: A bridegroom is set
    to marry ten virgins. He is late to the wedding. Five virgins don’t carry enough oil to
    keep their lamps lit. The more prudent virgins carry enough oil to kept the fires burning.
    Christ IS a polyogamist. The church is the BODY/BRIDE of Christ. Millions of people
    make up the Church. Therefore, Christ is a polyogamist.

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  59. Liz says:

    I agree on Ann-Margret, Gamer. Wow, what a beauty, and talent.
    She was the epitome of femininity and from everything I’ve read a dutiful wife too.

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  60. Yoda says:

    Mrs. Yoda the one for me she is.

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  61. Liz says:

    “and the one that “married” a bridge”

    I’ve tried and just can’t buy it.

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  62. I agree Liz, I always thought Smith was prettier. Farrah had a rather masculine face I think. Funny how what women define as “a beautiful woman” and what men do can differ:

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  63. theasdgamer says:

    Marrying a bridge is just a bit too far.

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  64. theasdgamer says:

    Liz, I thought of another answer to the drink artist: “You have balls to ask me that. However, I don’t dance with men.”

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  65. Spawny Get says:

    “Marrying a bridge is just a bit too far.”

    Yeah, it is. Sooner or later it’ll take a toll.

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  66. Choicy says:

    My mates, this digger fancies the sweet-faced brunette over the dizzy blond by a country mile. The sorts of jokers who fancied the blokey blonde are the ones we’d now be calling metrosexuals. Jokers with no substance can’t see the squareness of the face inside the bushy hair. A lot of blokes can’t see the wood for the trees and they finish up beta buxing the a-buxom blond’s flings, mate.

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  67. Choicy says:

    Cillo mate, the brunette at 4:22 pm could pass as one of the sweet sheilas well known to you and me mate – if she was a bit prettier that is. Yeah I had another good look at the brunette sheila and she’s not as pretty as them. My humble apologies mate if your there.

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  68. I agree re the square jaw choicy. Charlie’s Angels came out in 1976, they kindof epitomized the new “single independant female” of the same era. Coincidence that Farrah was lauded by the media?

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  69. Cheryl Ladd replaced the even more masculine Angel Kate Jackson seen above.

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  70. Choicy says:

    Definitely not as good looking as the ones I’m thinking about. I must put them out of me wayward Aussie mind or I’ll not get to sleep. Mates, I must drag Choicy’s weary bones to bed. It seems like I’m always saying Goodnight on this blog. It’s a pity the rest of you can’t sort out your days and nights to fit in with the great southern land ain’t it? Goodnight.

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  71. Gnite choicy!

    More girls being boys (Jacqueline is still too feminine to pull it off.)

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  72. SFC Ton says:

    Ginger or Mary Ann? Fuck no snake

    Ginger and Mary Ann? All in

    Really the driving behind this is the bang or marry question but it’s kin of a blue pill question

    Any women who views her man as beta will shit on him. Mostly because she is angry with herself for choosing poorly but women like the self reflection to understand the whole damn thing

    If a woman views a man as alpha esp an apex alpha, she will turn herself into good mate for him. Her vagina drives life and she’ll want to keep that going. Doesn’t matter if she is a “good girl” or a one time hardcore cock sampler. A good girl who thinks a man is beta will treat that man poorly, inculding cock sampling on the side, same as the carousel rider.

    The best verbal responses to the lady who said buy me a drink before we dance need to be more funny
    Wow you move fast…. classic, any reference to them chasing you is gold

    I don’t know…..my mom warrned me about girls like you….. see above

    Does that line actually work? This one is basically shooting her down/ putting her in the try harder category which she’ll hate. But frame has to be tight or you’ll sound like a buttsorebeta

    Then non verbal;
    Hold your hand out like she is going to come dance regardless(need way strong frame). If she doesn’t take your hand, smile shrug and mosy on off.

    Sad smile of putty and walking off.

    Pretty much anything else will seem like the hurt feelings of a butsorebeta.

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  73. Ok this is starting to creep me out. The original “Cairlyn’s?”

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  74. SFC Ton says:

    Ps I rarely agree with what Hollywood etc puts fourth as an ideal in female beauty.

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  75. molly says:

    I’m not a Mary Anne or a Ginger!
    I’m not a Holly or a Polly or a Ollie or a Wallie.
    Calling me a Collie would rolly be folly.
    Yr allowed to call me a Dolly if u like.
    And Jolly as well mostly.
    I like liquorice and some mint lollies.
    I’m a MOLLY 🙂 heh

    I speed off to work in my car and u should prolly jolly well stay outta my way b’golly or u will be volly solly.
    v-v-v-v-O-O-O-O-M! XD
    (Whoa I lefta me eyebrows behind 😐 )
    Just kidding.
    lol
    Gotta dash — see ya xxoo

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  76. theasdgamer says:

    Ton wrote:

    Pretty much anything else will seem like the hurt feelings of a butsorebeta.

    An incredulous “no”/backturn followed by immediately dancing with a better dancer who is younger and prettier is a solid move. It is a DHV because the alternate follow is a better dancer. The subcomms from the incredulous “no” and backturn generate tingles in all the women observing the drama. This move shows mastery/aloofness, lots of options, willingness to hold boundaries, and preselection. It’s not butthurt if your Frame is tight. Very masculine and generates respect, though it doesn’t make the man likeable. Tingles, sure. Comfort, no.

    The woman’s tell that she knew that she was over the line was her facial expression. Her Frame was busted. Tingles. After that, you could do just about any beta move and she’d still be giggly.

    What my move doesn’t do is engage the original woman or sexualize with her. It definitely negs her in a way that is believable. All the girls see this happen and the man’s value rises.

    Ton’s suggestion would also generate tingles and he is correct that it would put the woman as chasing. Ton’s suggestion is engaging as well.

    I won’t remember this woman, probably, if I see her again. Likely she won’t try this again if I ask her to dance and she’ll be all excited about the prospect of dancing with me. Long game.

    I told my alternate dance partner about the first woman’s attempt to weasel a drink out of me and her response was “I don’t drink much.” She was qualifying herself. She remembered me (DHV for me) but I didn’t remember her (neg for her). She ends up chasing. Long game.

    NB: My Game is mostly Frame, subcomms, and isolation, like most naturals. Not so much clever wordplay. Subcomms provide engagement and sexualization. An amused mastery smile with minimalization will defeat most 5h1t-tests. E.g., 5h1t-test: “You get rejected a lot” me: “Tough crowd” with an amused mastery smile is a solid response.

    DHV = Demonstrate High Value

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  77. Omg what if Caitlyn Jenner is actually a reaction to this, 30 years later?

    Mind blowing.

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  78. Lol I was going to say earlier – or in Tons case Ginger AND Mary Ann! Lol!

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  79. Both Ginger and Mary Ann actually look like women. My how things change vs Charlie’s Angels just 10 years later!

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  80. SFC Ton says:

    I would forego the no

    Laugh and turn away
    Smile and turn away
    Just plain turn away

    Really I would use the two lines I mentioned and gage her reaction. If she engages maybe you can smash that; if she doesn’t engage in a friendly manner, turn my back and next

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  81. molly says:

    OMG I giggled all the way to work. I can’t believe Choicy compared my cousins with Jacqueline Smith! They will sooo surprised when I tell them! They’ll be just a wee tad anxious as well. Choicy, Choicy, Choicy, I will pull your leg when I see u, you awful man you 😀

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  82. Cill says:

    asd, just walk away from her, mate, and think of Reginald Perrin’s hippo:

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  83. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Choicy at 5:46pm,
    It did go down that way. Farrah Fawcett did step out on her husband, Ryan O’Neal.

    I had a visceral reaction to Charle’s Angels. These women emplyed tease in every episodebut, never, so much as went out on a date. They were all tease and no substance.

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  84. @ fuzzy kinda scary to think that was being held up as the ideal when I was a child. That last pic of them in suits, it didnt register w me back then of course but now as an adult I had a visceral reaction to that image as strong as the cross dressing vanity fair cover of Caitlyn.

    No wonder things are so messed up! :/

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  85. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    We may be looking at it from two very different angles but, something is off.

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  86. @ fuzzie they weren’t always in suits…but that pic! Creepy!

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  87. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    Charlie’s Angels had to be the first popular show with girls kicking men’s butts. That had to invite in a whole lot of weird.
    I think The Rockford Files ran at about the same time.
    Two very different programs.

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  88. theasdgamer says:

    Fuzzie, you forget Miss Emma Peel. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emma_Peel

    She will now come visit you…in leather…with a riding crop.

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  89. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Gamer,
    I had forgotten about her. I have heard Dianna Rigg say that she will not sign photos of herself from that era. She doesn’t look like that anymore. Sad.

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  90. molly says:

    Fuzzie and Bloom: *I* would be a Charlie Angel. I’d beat up on men! I’d knock their sox off and I’d knock out Big Red’s mangina as well. I’ll knock BR for a six when she comes to his rescue! Yeah! I’ll charm the cops with a smile and get off with only a warning. Not fair, eh.

    Don’t make me angry.
    Fuzzie wouldn’t like me when I’m angry.
    (I won my last fight by 50 meters lol)
    (heh heh) 😀

    Back to work.

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  91. theasdgamer says:

    As Obsidian said on J4G, the key item is the backturn. We all agree about that.

    This PPP drink artist was playing for a crowd–the bachelorette party and a waitress and me. She crashed and burned when I said, “No.” She wasn’t hot enough to pursue–just worth the first dance with someone in the party to get a foot in the door for comfort. The BrideToBe was one of two hotties in the party.

    I left after dancing one more dance. It was about time for me to go.

    The drink artist was good for a story for my book. First broad to ever ask me to buy her a drink.

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  92. blurkel says:

    Easy questions, easy answers.

    1) both

    2) neither

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  93. theasdgamer says:

    Heh, I wanted to buy a jug to carry my Sangria in. I found that Carlo Rossi had a jug filled with Sangria for $16. The jug at Walmart was $35.

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  94. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    No fighting! Unless we’re talking about “Bad Aunts” and they’re out of control before the police can get there.

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  95. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post

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  96. Farm Boy says:

    He was also enamored with Farrah Fawcett and had that iconic poster of her up in his room.

    Nipples are powerful

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  97. “Nipples are powerful”

    Lol! Oh dear…

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  98. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Oh dear, oh dear, oh my, oh my. How do I get thid jar of honey from my head?” -Winnie the Pooh

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  99. Yoda says:

    Penetrate the swimsuit they do.

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  100. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    It sems that Farrah Fawcett is the antithesis of Mrs. Yoda. Somehow, I can’t see her humming John Williams tunes while making sandwiches.

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  101. @ Yoda I could say something here about myself in this regard but I won’t. Lalalalalala. Shhhhhh. Cookies, anyone?

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  102. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bear is guessing at what Bloom is talking about. Lalalalalal.
    Cookies? Please.

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