WISDOM OF THE AGES


This post was written pursuant to a Request (link will open in a new tab) which led to a meeting between Cill’s sisters and sundry female cuzzies.

Edited by Cill


 

“The approach used would seem to be a resounding success, as these women have had fruitful and happy lives, and fine individual families” (Farm Boy in above Request).

True. All the women married young and there were no separations or divorces. The two divorces you have heard about happened with in-laws. All marriages of women who adhered to the Wisdom of the Ages were happy marriages for life.

A short description of the “wisdom” is given by “Ezzy” (one of the mothers) at this link.

“My ancestors knew all about female ‘group think’ (as it is now called) long ago, except they decided to apply it vertically (through the generations) rather than horizontally (across present generations). They saw the vertical approach as a strength and the horizontal as a fatal flaw. We draw our strength from all woman before us who have heeded the advices. All women have the capacity to carry them within.”

Vertical and Horizontal Women

We will refer to ourselves as “vertical” women, and to the typical modern women as “horizontal” women. There is actually a satisfying irony to “vertical” vs “horizontal” that doesn’t require much imagination to appreciate. The vertical woman is a loving woman. The horizontal woman might think she is loving, but she is not. Horizontal leg-spreading is not synonymous with love. She is actually a disgrace; she is prepared to sacrifice the well-being of her husband and children on the alter of her pathetic whims.

The big difference between us and horizontal women is that we follow an accumulated knowledge of behavior and words that tells us which are to be used and which are to be avoided. Horizontal women live the group-think of Now, which stopped accumulating as soon as it started, and spread endless trivia sideways (horizontally) instead. Vertical women learn from a multi-layered stack of factual anecdotes carefully passed down (vertically) by responsible people. Horizontal group-think is recklessly spread by contemporary minds obsessed with a burgeoning single layer of concocted paraphernalia.

Now we will take a pause right here. If you still see value in the horizontal approach, if you are not prepared to reject it outright, stop reading this now. Okay? Just go, and good luck to you. You’re going to need it.

 

True and Very Personal Stories

Most of the “wisdom of the ages” came to us in the form of true and very personal stories, intended as non-spiritual parables, handed down by our ancestors. We can’t repeat them; our family could be identified through some of the stories. In skipping the stories, we are avoiding the lurid details of the lessons. Our ancestors were not shrinking violets!

 

The True Nature of Feminism

To those who are still with us: we urge you to educate yourselves as to the real nature of feminism. You could do worse than read the spawnyspace blog from the start. Simply flush Fifty Shades down the loo (or use it page by page for a purpose befitting its quality) and take your tablet to bed with you instead. There will be a whole lot more information on the internet about the real nature of feminism. Perhaps commenters could recommend some. We’ve never had to look for it as our mums already made sure we grew up knowing what feminism is really about.

Feminism has the hallmarks of a bad religion:

  • Dogma
  • Creed
  • Fervor and fanaticism
  • Rituals (mattresses, banners, compulsive flaunting of fat flesh)
  • Public demonstrations of faith (slut walks, routine disruption of men’s meetings)
  • Exclusivity
  • Righteousness (especially self)
  • Judgmentality
  • Intolerance
  • Wailing and railing
  • Worship (of self and all things feminist)
  • Dogma (Absolute “Truths” that trump the facts)
  • Congregational Meetings
  • Supernatural happenings (phantom rapes)
  • Saints (Gloria Steinem et al)
  • Satan (The Patriarchy).

The horizontal approach is no more and no less than the group-think influence of feminism. Whereas vertical women admire the loving wives of the past, horizontal women pity them.  Whereas vertical women identify and hold onto the best of the past, horizontal women turn a blind eye to the merits of faithfulness.

Feminism kills marriage by cottoning onto white woman’s long-held belief that the nature of men is worse than that of women.

Snips and snails
And puppy-dogs’ tails
That’s what little boys are made of…
Sugar and spice
And all things nice
That’s what little girls are made of

The white race, for one, has this intrinsic female prejudice. Perhaps other races do too? Commenters may be able to give evidence one way or ‘tother.

Feminism preaches that all relationships with men must inevitably be bad. On the other hand, the loving woman knows that the nature of some men is such that any relationship with them cannot help but be good for her. Her goal then must be to return at least equal value. Vertical womanhood is really the antithesis of feminism.

Feminism is the living proof of the maxim: those who don’t learn from the mistakes of history are doomed to repeat them. Feminism is even worse than that – it actually rewrites history to suit itself. An ideology such as this is incapable of developing into anything useful. It can only learn how to grab and hold onto power.

Vertical women reject all ideology outright. You must completely rid your mind of ideology or you have no hope. You must eat, breath, live and dream anti-feminism. You must learn to loath feminism for what it has done to men and their once vast reserves of goodwill towards us. For the same reasons, you must also learn to loath social justice workers.

Where do you Start

It starts with you being sure you end up in the right relationship.

Ezzy: “Love a man for his character, that is the base, and all else is ‘learning steps’ about each other, some delightful, some painful. Feel it from the wisdom of women who committed to men of good character in the past. This was instilled in me so strongly, good character became the romance of my dreams at an early age. My imaginary Prince Charmings thrilled me with their integrity, empathy, steadfastness and power of good character. I married a man who could not have taken my heart had he not been first and foremost a good man.”

If you are one of those silly cows who insists on being treated badly, and rejects men who treat you well, and goes from one man to the next, and come hell or highwater you’re not going to change, well, you’re set in your ways. Women are immensely susceptible to the influence of the group. Your group, silly cow, says one thing, ours says another. You won’t change unless your group changes its thinking. The reason women swoon over pop stars is because other women do. Build up a critical mass of fans and the rest will flood in horizontally. That’s you. It’s not us though, because we’re vertical. Ever seen a flood flow straight up?

Vertical Women Attract

Men want to be around us, men want to marry us because they see a community of good wives in our big family. They see the precedent working. Some women try to append onto us and thus avoid the hard yakker. We don’t accept them. We can’t do their heavy lifting for them.

You have to want it hard enough to do it for yourself. No piggy backing. It’s hard. Do it for yourself. When it comes to helping other women, well, you can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink.

FINALLY, THE RULES OF THE “WISDOM OF THE AGES”:

  1. Reject all horizontal group-think (i.e. feminism and Political Correctness in the world of today).
  2. Reject all stereotypes, especially of men and boys.
  3. Be a loving person. This will not be physical love, but you must nevertheless be seen as a person of love. To achieve this is so easy for a woman! Just feel it – really feel it – and it will show. Make it general, don’t send an unintended “come on” to any individual man.
  4. Be a person who loves life. Be positive.
  5. Quit all the womanly excuses and quit the drama. Keep the monthly drama right out of your life. Many women say their hormones make this impossible. We’re here to tell you, they’re wrong. If men can handle their hormones, we can handle ours.  We – the women behind this post – handle ours, so there. Proof.
  6. No shit tests, okay? None. A loving woman doesn’t need them. This rule is very closely related to #5. You must rid this aspect of your womanhood completely. It’s a nasty, ugly side of womankind. Learn what sort of trigger brings on a shit-test mood, then condition yourself out of it. Think of something positive – your favorite chocolate or movie or song or something.
  7. You will keep your physical love for one man for life. If you’re starting on this path now, with a high N, don’t let it go any higher. Stop it now. Believe in what you’re doing and why. Do you now see the full meaning of the “vertical” in vertical women? Stay vertical when men* are around. *(and women too if that’s your inclination)
  8. When you find each other, you are to be there for him from that moment on.
  9. Put him ahead of everyone, including your children. The stronger your relationship, the better it is for the children. He is number one. Before you get too involved discuss this with him and make sure he totally understands. Be sure he’s the kind of man who will respect and value your position. Some men are the male equivalent of the silly cows we mentioned above and are only attracted to women who treat them badly. Avoid them like the plague.
  10. If you possibly can, join or form a community of similarly dedicated vertical women. Men will be attracted to that community. But remember, a living community is horizontal. Don’t let it become a horizontal group-think! For a very long time, our ancestors have known that a group of women is potentially the most disastrous thing that can happen to humanity. Your group (if any) will be a group of vertical women who happen to share a deep respect for the wisdom of the ages. That’s all.
  11. Keep yourself physically fit and trim.
  12. Give sex the same level of priority as #9. Give it because you love him, and you love the sex. If you find you don’t have a love of sex with him, leave no stone unturned to bring yourself up to speed. Seek therapy or counseling. Sex is an absolutely crucial priority. You’ll need his co-operation with this. Discuss it with him early on. If he shows no great interest well, at least you know. Your choice…
  13. Have a forgiving spirit. Forgive his errors. No-one is perfect, including you.
  14. It’s true, laughter is great medicine. Instead of getting angry with his foibles, laugh with him about them. Bring up your own foibles and laugh at them too. Laugh and smile a lot during your times with him. He’s the most important person in your life. Your man should be capable of laughing at himself. None of us (Cill’s sisters and cuzzies here) could be attracted to a man who lacks a sense of the ridiculous.
  15. Horizontal women can be a millstone around your neck. Remove such people from your life as much as you possibly can. They’ll drag you down, like they do with men.
  16. Love the company of good pleasant men. Find out how much fun they are to be around! Joke with them, pull their legs, challenge them to a childish game such as marbles, skittles, whatever. You’ll find out if he has a sense of the ridiculous that way. Laugh a lot. If he’s quiet, divert attention from him by goofing off! Make him laugh! Good men are great company. When you know him better, jump on his back and whack his arse with your hand, gee him up! Go for a swim and dive off his shoulders (now you see the real reason for #11?) By now you will be noticing other women looking at him with unprecedented interest. Get used to it.

 

You have no Handed-Down Wisdom from your own Ancestors

There’s not much we can do about this, eh. However, can we offer this suggestion (and we think it’s a good one):

Accept that we have ancestors who passed down their wisdom. Jump on our bandwagon! We don’t mind this idea, in fact we love it! Picture our ancestors in your mind, as we do. They were traditionally described as tallish, long-legged, raven-haired beauties with unblemished slightly tawny skin that doesn’t burn and barely changes color in the sun. Their eyes were very blue, with eyebrows and lashes very black. There were some blonds and brunettes but for the most part they were dark.

Think of them when you’re struggling to follow the wisdom of the ages. Think of them struggling for you and before you, and winning, setting the precedent for success.

Ezzy: “Once committed, for as long as he stands to the contract and he shows his commitment by his words and actions, we will honor it. Whenever we start to feel critical or impatient, or (most fatally of all) start ‘comparing our lot’, we feel the support of the sisterhood who started failing in the past and yet stayed strong.”

Our ancestors would be hugely gratified, they’d be so proud to think you too are gaining strength from them! If you have a daughter, just think! – You can add to the long line of mothers who passed the advices on to their daughters. Then you, like them, might  see your daughter heeding the advices and feel the weight of responsibility become sunlight on your shoulders.

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225 comments on “WISDOM OF THE AGES
  1. Yoda says:

    Used Jedi Mind Tricks on you I did.
    Follow-on to this post it is.
    Made present post have same title I did.

    https://spawnyspace.wordpress.com/2015/02/27/wisdom-of-the-ages/

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  2. Yoda says:

    Awesome this post would be.

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  3. Sumo says:

    Babbling a great deal, Master Yoda is.

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  4. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    I think that the ladies in your family would have liked my grandmother. Sadly, it all stopped with her genration.
    There is one point I have to agree with and it makes me very sad. There are a lot of men out htere ruined by exposure to “horizontal” women. I don’t know i8f I could behave around a “vertical” woman.

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  5. Tarnished says:

    Tremendous post, ladies. Can’t find a single thing in it that could be considered “oppressive” or absurdly “old-fashioned”…Take that, radfems!

    Number 16 is very good wording for something that ticks off a lot of manosphere men. They believe that a woman who lists “sense of humor” high on the traits she looks for is seeking a man to entertain her. Not so! They are looking for someone who can laugh at themselves and her (and won’t get upset with the reverse) instead of getting upset about the minor troubles in life. Finding a partner capable of laughter over a pissy attitude is fantastic!

    Make it general, don’t send an unintended “come on” to any individual man.

    This would be another excellent post. How to prevent men from seeing friendliness as flirting/indicators of interest.

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  6. Liz says:

    Wonderful post, thankyou ladies. 🙂
    Vertical versus horizonal.
    I love it!
    Vertical, vertical, all the way!

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  7. Farm Boy says:

    Make it obvious that the women are of good value.
    And the good men will come.

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  8. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I wish that there were more of them.

    I have the feeling that this will be a quiet thread. There is little to debate in the original post.

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  9. Farm Boy says:

    I have the feeling that this will be a quiet thread.

    Because the post left everybody speechless?

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  10. molly says:

    We couldn’t do without our big cuz to word it. None of us could word it like that. 😉

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  11. The old ways are the good ways…

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  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    Are your cousins Furbies too? Did you need Big Cuz Cill to write it?

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  13. Cill says:

    I just used the wording you and your cousins gave me, trimmed it here and there, swapped a couple of sentences around, and knocked up a layout. Every word in it was given to me by you lot. You girls wrote this post, cuz molly.

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  14. molly says:

    Fuzzie we type with a stick between our teeth! It moves the mouse as well Lol

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  15. “Some women try to append onto us and thus avoid the hard yakker. We don’t accept them”

    Can you explain this further?

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  16. Sumo says:

    Pretty sure “yakker” is Kiwi slang for “hard work”, Bloomer. So that might put it into context for you.

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  17. So tell us about the ones who did not understand… And how that turned out for them. (The aunts who should have been pushed off the cliff) as a contrast…

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  18. (Tickles Cill’s scalp in appreciation of world wisdom)

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  19. Farm Boy says:

    Fuzzie we type with a stick between our teeth! It moves the mouse as well

    Well, you do know that speech recognition is pretty effective these days

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  20. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    One character at a time with a stick in your mouth?
    I have to admire your patience.
    That’s something else to put in the plus column.

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  21. molly says:

    The aunts still want other family women to cuckold their husbands. They think it will get them back into the fold, to get other women on their side. That’s how stupid they are. They totally hate Cill who keeps spoiling their plans. They go from one black gigolo to another. Their own children reject them. They are miserable and I don’t give a toss. Tough.

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  22. Cill says:

    “hard yakker” means hard work. Tough going. The type of hard effort that wears you out. It’s true that other women try to take advantage of the high standing the females of the family have with men. Our women reject them because (a) they will lower the standard, (b) They need to make the effort to recover the respect of men for themselves, or they won’t understand the extent of the damage feminism has done.

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  23. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    I am sad that you were reminded of the Bad Aunts. Somebody should take them water skiing…….to Chile.

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  24. Cill says:

    “Tickles Cill’s scalp in appreciation of world wisdom”

    Oh you are awful. But I Iike you.

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  25. Cill says:

    Another interesting thing: one of the female ancestors centuries ago must have been something a prophetess, as it turned out. She predicted the rise of a great female host (a group-think) that would bring civilization to its knees.

    She gave dire warnings of women causing great evil to their fathers and brothers and sons and enslaving their husbands while the wives bore children of dark color who were bastards for all to see, yet she careth not. Something along those lines. My brother and I read it in our teens, and chortled at the dire warning of it. It doesn’t seem so funny now.

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  26. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    Did this ancstor say how we were supposed to get out of this mess?
    It may have seemed absurd then. Now, not so much.

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  27. Sumo says:

    Since someone has to be the first to go O/T, The Mighty Sumo was recently featured in his local newspaper; there’s an interesting video accompanying the story, but sadly I can’t share it with y’all without doxxing myself.

    Dilemmas, dilemmas…..

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  28. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Sumo,
    Are you famous for food?

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  29. Cill says:

    That’s a good point, fuzzy. Why didn’t I think of that? I’ll research it at this end and see if it proposed a solution.

    Sumo bro, over to you.

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  30. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The only other thing would be martial arts. Considering where he is, mounted archery? They make it look easy but, it is hard to do and takes years of training. I have heard that the “trick” is to loose the arrow ate point where your horse has all four hooves off the ground.

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  31. molly says:

    Silly Fuzzie, it was Sumo in the case law columns in the press, Sumo in jail guilty of Bad Boy! 😀
    (no offense Sumo! 🙄 )

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  32. molly says:

    Sumo in the crime columns, arrested for BBB
    (Bad Boy Behavior lol )
    clapping handcuffs on maidens and having his wicked way w’ ’em 😀

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  33. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Sumo? In jail??? Bust him out!!!!

    The Lone Ranger busted Tonto out every week. Those Canadians won’t be prepared for this!

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  34. molly says:

    Do you reckon Sumo is now the wealthiest man in Canada? Be still my beating heart!

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  35. Cill says:

    Sumo is a bloody good cook. That’s what it will be. Betcha.

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  36. Cill says:

    or he did something stoopid and un-badboyish like risk his neck to rescue somebody…
    Nah. He wouldn’t let me down like that. Back to bloody good cook.

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  37. Cill says:

    He’s also a bloody good scrapper, but that’s by the by.
    Might’ve achieved a millionth Dan black belt in some Nipponese fighting art, maybe?

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  38. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It’s mean that he teased us like that. We’ll never guess If we do, we can’t talk about it. Darn!
    At least I got to link the William Tell Overture.

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  39. Cill says:

    I got it! He has come out as the holder of the Honjo Masamune!

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  40. Cill says:

    Fuzzy you mean the Lone Ranger theme music.

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  41. Cill says:

    If Sumo doesn’t reply, it almost certainly means he really is the holder of the Honjo Masamune.

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  42. Cill says:

    Damn I’m booking a flight to Canada right now to pay a visit on my bro. I’m going to split playing cards with that mother fucker of a blade.

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  43. SFC Ton says:

    Congrats McNip!

    As for Molly’s aunts…. lets say that situation would be resolved in a more direct manner if they were my kin.

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  44. Liz says:

    “more direct”= more final, Ton? 🙂

    “The Mighty Sumo was recently featured in his local newspaper; there’s an interesting video accompanying the story, but sadly I can’t share it with y’all without doxxing myself.”

    Aw, man. You can’t just drop it at that! A little hint maybe? Make something up, man!
    You got the award for best Navajo code talker. You won the lasso competition. You’re the best high-stepper this side of the North Pole…

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  45. Liz says:

    Forgot to add: Well done! (whatever it was)
    Congrats Sumo. 🙂

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  46. SFC Ton says:

    At all times people in my family, boys and girls, know love etc is conditional and the family name means more then any one individual.

    And in my klan, we don’t hug it out or talk things over

    As for Sumo…. who knows? Canada is a strange place, strange strange place with some of the most righteous dudes around and some of the worst…. I say he won 1st place in a fish heads and rice eating contest…..

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  47. Tarnished says:

    Nah. Our dear Sumo caught the legendary Ogopogo *and* successfully used it in a delicious new sushi recipe.

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  48. Sumo says:

    You folks crack me up.

    Since I remembered that Ton, Spawny, and I think maybe Cill (?) all know my real name (not that it was ever a secret), I figured I may as well share the story.

    Yes, it involves food. Personally, I think starting off with a shot of my ugly mug is a great way to ruin peoples’ appetites, but I’m not a fancy-pants journalist, so what do I know?

    Anyhow, knock yerself out.

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  49. Liz says:

    That’s awesome! Well done Mr Sumo! 🙂
    Now I’m hungry for ramen noodles…
    And Sumo is handsome! Who knew?
    And he has a tattoo. Badass! 😀

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  50. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Vertical Women Attract

    Not so vertical I am.
    But horizontal I am not.
    But attract I did.
    And still do.
    800 years

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  51. missattempts says:

    The advice is impossible to follow, because “It takes all kinds to make a world.”
    “There’s plenty of fish in the sea.” THAT, is the SALVATION of humanity.
    The only problem is, a man has to have a cast iron ego. Life is unfair. Sorry.
    “Only the strong survive.” Sorry.
    The reason why Tarnished is so compassionate is because she has her Moon in Pisces.
    But she was born under the full Moon, so her Sun is in Gemini. This accounts for her
    240 I.Q. Tarnished is “so rare.” Please google that song by Jimmy Dorsey.

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  52. Choicy says:

    Struth Cillo’s sisters and cousins, you have left this digger in a speechless state, mates.
    “Men want to be around us, men want to marry us because they see a community of good wives in our big family”
    The family is also the most private in the world, otherwise men from near and far would buzz around them like bees around a hive 24/7, mate. The ones in the know play it close to their chest to keep the competition to a minimum. My mate Cillo has had to bang heads and take names a few times to keep things sweet. Congratulations on a great post, Molly and co.

    Holy dooley I’m calling it a day. I’m is as tired as Kiwi sheep joke. Goodnight from me at the end of a 14 hour shift, my mates.

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  53. Mrs. Yoda says:

    FINALLY, THE RULES OF THE “WISDOM OF THE AGES”;

    Much better than these rules they are,

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Rules

    Depend on long term value the Kiwi rules do.
    Much better than the short term gimmicks of the book it would be

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  54. Mrs. Yoda says:

    If you possibly can, join or form a community of similarly dedicated vertical women.

    Difficult to find these are.
    Sad this is.

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  55. Yoda says:

    Perhaps Mrs. Yoda could form The Sammich Makers Club for such a purpose.

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  56. Yoda says:

    quit the drama. Keep the monthly drama right out of your life.

    For 800 years Mrs. Yoda done this she has.
    For 800 years married we have.

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  57. Cill says:

    Fuzzy, further to me 23 July, 2015 at 6:06 am
    (Talking about the prophet ancestor, she who gave dire warnings of women causing great evil to their fathers and brothers and sons and enslaving their husbands while the wives bore children of dark color who were bastards for all to see, yet she careth not)

    She did propose a solution, which was to take them from their children and lock them out of sight where they can do no further harm. A punishment befitting an “abomination”. I guess she didn’t foresee jail time for men who followed her advice!

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  58. Cill says:

    Dagobah this thread is.
    Like trying to crank-start an old Ford Model A in a swamp it would be.

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  59. Cill says:

    Info from my mum.

    THE RULES OF THE “WISDOM OF THE AGES” listed by the girls was not handed down by the ancestors. It’s a present-day abridgement of a collection of advices handed down.

    The expression “group think” is modern.
    The ancestors mentioned women who go frigid on their husbands while they are busy plotting together against their men and their sons. To the female family ancestors, this was an abomination.

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  60. Yoda says:

    Dagobah this thread is.

    Because so obviously true the original post was.
    One can argue with it not.
    Probably why feminist types the light of day they want it to see not.

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  61. Yoda says:

    Moehau Man’s Women rules like this they have?

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  62. Yoda says:

    Patriarch missing be is.

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  63. molly says:

    Shows how much our ancestors hated group think.

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  64. Yoda says:

    Put him ahead of everyone, including your children. The stronger your relationship, the better it is for the children

    Reap rewards many times over when this one does.

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  65. Yoda says:

    Women know exactly what that horrible expression means!

    “Patriarch missing he is”

    Meant to point out that Spawny not here he is.

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  66. molly says:

    Yoda
    Hahahahaha!
    It was something Cill said, not you! Not the Patriarchy. Let’s talk about something else, like “Put him ahead of everyone”. Good idea 🙂

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  67. molly says:

    I put my man ahead of everyone, even Fuzzie and Sumo and Cill!
    And Yoda LOL
    everyone means everyone even green people. Yay!

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  68. molly says:

    🙂 🙂 🙂 I’m happy! 😀
    lol

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  69. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, Moehau Mans tend to record their wisdom on Kauri Clubs, in the form of dents left by heads. The more the heads, the more the wisdom. Sort of like “Two heads are better than one”, that kind of thing.

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  70. Moehau Man says:

    When two dents merge, we have a “meeting of minds”.

    Much wisdom can come from a Kauri Club, when you think about it.

    When we hold out a Club with a dent on the top, it means “heads up”. A dent on the bottom means “heads down”. An undented Club is a sign of a brainless wonder. To face a dent away from a man is to say “pay him no heed”.

    A head on the end of a Club is known as a “pointy head”.

    To point the pointy head at a Moehau Man’s arse is to say “You’re an arsehole.”
    To point it at a long drop is to say “You’re full of shit.”
    To point it at a bloke’s codpiece is to say “You’re a dick.”
    To point it at his oblong rock is to say “You’re a whanker.”

    To point it at a woman’s boob is to say “You’re a sucker”

    – and so on. You get the drift.

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  71. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, I just thought of another one here.

    To extend the Kauri Club at Cill’s scalp is to say “Cast thy seed to all corners of the Earth.”

    I might fashion a new Kauri Club specifically for that purpose. I’ll dub it “The Boner Extender”.

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  72. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    I read Cill differently. The woman who would bleed thirteen times a years would be refusing to produce children. It’s tough to second guess people from the past. First, they’re not around to explain and, second, they made different presumptions than we would due to technology and culture.

    Like

  73. Sumo says:

    I put my man ahead of everyone, even Sumo

    It is unbecoming for a young lady to tell fibs, Molls.

    Liked by 1 person

  74. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Sumo,
    It came as a relief to know that we did not have to break you out of jail.

    Like

  75. Yoda says:

    Soothing for shocked people this would be,

    Liked by 2 people

  76. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    It may be btter that I do n’t know. Here is a bear video. That should help.

    Liked by 2 people

  77. Yoda says:

    everyone means everyone even green people

    A person I am?

    Like

  78. Yoda says:

    Bear videos the “go to palliative” on this blog they are.

    Like

  79. molly says:

    Yoda ur actually human! Did you not know?

    Liked by 1 person

  80. Cill says:

    I reckon Reginald Perrin’s Hippo has also earned a rightful place as a palliative:

    Like

  81. Sumo says:

    I’m a little insulted that you guys actually thought that I ended up in jail. That would suggest that you believe it to be possible that I would actually get caught.

    Y’all sure know how to hurt a guy.

    Liked by 3 people

  82. Cill says:

    Molly was the miscreant who thought that. Not me, I know better.

    Liked by 2 people

  83. @ Sumo well I never believed it! I can tell just from your photo how sneaky you are! I am sure everyone thinks you are an absolute angel, meanwhile… lol!

    Like

  84. Devious might be the better word. Diabolical? Help me out here everyone…

    Like

  85. molly says:

    I’m supposed to be working.
    ‘bye

    Liked by 1 person

  86. Cill says:

    Kafkaesque?

    Liked by 1 person

  87. Liz says:

    I like the word miscreant. Or…EBUL EBUL EBUL….
    🙂

    Liked by 3 people

  88. Liz says:

    How about “regulation lite” or “rules challenged”?

    Liked by 2 people

  89. Spawny Get says:

    Sumo, yes I did know your real name. Wasn’t going to blab though.

    Congrats

    Like

  90. Cill says:

    The word you are looking for is maleficent
    Maleficent is Sumo to a T

    Liked by 2 people

  91. Farm Boy says:

    I will not post tonight. I think that there is more to be explored here.

    Tomorrow I will post.

    Like

  92. SFC Ton says:

    It would be Caindain jail, how hard can it be to break someone out of Caindain jail? I was looking forward to breaking you out. Fuck man I haven’t busted a dude out of jail in a while now and the last time was anti-climatic. Sure a briefcase full of cash, fake ID’s and a Glock gets the job done but it isn’t very exciting

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  93. Cill says:

    That will be good FB. I’ll be out on the farm for several hours and molly won’t get back to her home after work until about 4:30 a.m. Patriarch Time.

    Like

  94. Sumo says:

    Yeah Spawny, I knew that you knew, just wasn’t sure if Cill knew. Don’t much matter now, though.

    Props for not blabbing, though. That’s why you’re the much respected patriarch ’round these parts.

    Seriously, that’s the reason. It has absolutely nothing to due with your greatly advanced age, no sirree. 😉

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  95. Cill says:

    Yeah bro, I knew all along.

    Meanwhile, Maleficent Sumo has a nice ring to it, don’t you reckon? The two words belong together, like :

    “hammer” and “tongs”

    “Who is” and “yer Daddy”

    “Fuzzy” and “Wuzzie”

    “Farm” and “Boy”

    “Tarn” and “Unicorn”

    “Liz” and “Ebul”

    “Spawny” and “Get”

    “Ton” and “Gun”

    “molly” and “cuz”

    “Bloom” and “Scalp”

    “Cill” and “Chaste”

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  96. Liz says:

    Are you mad at me about the brain cell crack Cill? 😦
    I’m sensing a displeased vibe.
    I thought you were issuing a challenge!
    “Are you just going to let that stand?” you said.
    That’s like throwing crack into the air in front of an addict!
    Or…throwing a wedding bouquet in front of Lena Dunham…
    Please forgive me, I wasn’t myself. I was at my mom’s.
    (but, I can’t blame her, I am a smartass)

    Conversation with Mike on the cell going back home, venting about mom:

    Me: blahblahblahblahblahblah!! BLAHHH BLAHHHHH! BLAH!?

    Him: Wow, you sound really het up.

    Me: BLAH!!! YEAH, yeah, blah blah….

    Him: “this is why women need a man around as a moderating influence”.

    This is so true, when he’s around my mother and I get along much, much better
    (though never awesome, he can’t stand to be around her either)
    Anyway, going out for some tea, or maybe liquor…
    Night all.

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  97. Liz says:

    “Liz” and “Ebul”

    Just read that one. 😀

    Liked by 2 people

  98. Spawny Get says:

    “It has absolutely nothing to due with your greatly advanced age, no sirree”
    Good to have confirmation.

    Like

  99. Spawny Get says:

    Current weather forecast for Spawny’s Achers

    14 degrees Celsius (getting on for 60 in old money), patchy light snow in area with thunder.

    It seems somebody let Mrs Weather God run the show.

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  100. Cill says:

    Liz I’m definitely not displeased. Must’ve been a misunderstanding. I’ll have a look back.

    Like

  101. Cill says:

    Liz was this it? “I love your brutal turn of phrase there, Liz”

    I was referring to this (which I do think is hilariously brutal BTW):
    “her in her underwear must be a REALLY old photo, and sucking it all in after taking a suppository. And a diuretic.”

    And this is apropos:
    “So brutal, it could have been written by Liz.”

    Ah I see! I had missed this one but glad I’ve now seen it:
    “Well, I would like to think so. Isn’t that where the vast majority of male brain cells spend the vast majority of their time?”
    HAHAHAHAHA! LOL Liz! Good one. No prob at all 😉

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  102. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Ton,
    I guess that things were simpler in the Lone Ranger’s time. Tie a lariat to the bars in Tonto’s cell window, wrap the other end arounf the pommel, tell Silver to pull hard, and then hand the reins to Scout to Tonto.
    Worked every tine, every week.

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  103. Cill says:

    Liz I’ve just noticed this one too. Had to give it a Like 😉

    Liked by 1 person

  104. Farm Boy says:

    Be a loving person. This will not be physical love, but you must nevertheless be seen as a person of love. To achieve this is so easy for a woman!

    How can one argue with this? And it pays off in the long run.

    In fact most everything in the original post is long term oriented. If only people could avoid the short term temptations…

    Liked by 2 people

  105. Farm Boy says:

    You must learn to loath feminism for what it has done to men and their once vast reserves of goodwill towards us.

    Women are already feeling the impact of the lack of goodwill. It will only get worse. Men will be forced to have goodwill through taxes.

    Liked by 2 people

  106. Farm Boy says:

    You have to want it hard enough to do it for yourself. No piggy backing. It’s hard. Do it for yourself.

    It probably isn’t that hard. But one must avoid temptation

    Liked by 1 person

  107. Farm Boy says:

    When it comes to helping other women, well, you can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink.

    It becomes harder to change after one heads down the wrong road. Better to never go down that path.

    Liked by 1 person

  108. Farm Boy says:

    No shit tests, okay? None. A loving woman doesn’t need them.

    I suppose that this is hard for many women not to do. Apparently it is against their nature. But they only damage a relationship, so what good are they?

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  109. cillssister1 says:

    I am dropping in to see how the post is going!

    @Farm Boy none of it should be hard! It wasn’t hard for us but it is hard for most women. The hardest parts for them are #5 and #6. Many are conditioned into drama that they won’t let themselves snap out of it. Group Think gives them the guarantee that drama is woman’s prerogative. The monthly drama especially is a fiercely protected right! The silly cows are soo spoiled, they can’t/won’t accept that it’s all in their heads and all they have to do is open their minds! Lots of people don’t understand what an open mind is as they have never experienced it.

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  110. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cillssister1,
    Weloome! May i present you with Cill’s favorite bear video?

    Liked by 4 people

  111. Yoda says:

    Many are conditioned into drama that they won’t let themselves snap out of it. Group Think gives them the guarantee that drama is woman’s prerogative.

    Cost/benefit ratio most have considered not.
    Great cost there is.
    Commensurate benefit there would be?

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  112. Yoda says:

    The silly cows are soo spoiled, they can’t/won’t accept that it’s all in their heads and all they have to do is open their minds!

    Cows they are.
    Perhaps “soiled” better term than “spoiled” it would be.

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  113. Yoda says:

    “Cows” good term it would be.
    Good at following each other down a path they are.
    A narrow path they follow well.
    Feminism counts on this it does.

    Liked by 1 person

  114. Cills Sister #1 says:

    Fuzzie and Yoda
    Thank you for the welcome 🙂

    Liked by 4 people

  115. Farm Boy says:

    On the other hand, the loving woman knows that the nature of some men is such that any relationship with them cannot help but be good for her. Her goal then must be to return at least equal value

    This hits a nerve. Many modern women bring little more than a paycheck (sometimes) and her body. Of course the “body” part can be quite an inducement to men, but often eventually men catch on that the negative outweighs the positive. NAWALT applies.

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  116. Bloom and scalp! Lol. I thought you’d say be and bloom for sure Cill! (Tickles Cill’s scalp! Worldwide pollenization in three, two, one…” 🙂

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  117. Farm Boy says:

    Have a forgiving spirit. Forgive his errors. No-one is perfect, including you.

    Mrs. Yoda has let me know that she has a post on this topic coming up in the near future.

    Liked by 2 people

  118. Completely off topic but Sumo’s advice on a blog in the past has stood the test of time -don’t flip the meat until it releases from the grill/skillet/etc. brilliant. Yum yum!

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  119. Farm Boy says:

    Vertical Women Attract

    This should be enough to get a 14 year old girl to look at this path. And maybe with continual guidance she can make it happen.

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  120. Farm Boy says:

    If you are one of those silly cows who insists on being treated badly, and rejects men who treat you well, and goes from one man to the next, and come hell or highwater you’re not going to change, well, you’re set in your ways.

    Perhaps tingles need to be explained to girls. And where tingles often lead.

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  121. Cills Sister #1 says:

    Farm Boy hank you for your insights. You are so right, with all of them.

    What a pity I have to go, having just arrived! I do have to go, unfortunately. I hope to be back soon!

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  122. Farm Boy says:

    I hope to be back soon!

    Sit a spell.
    Y’all come back now.
    Hear?

    Liked by 1 person

  123. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It was good to have you with us for a time, Cill’s Sister #1

    Liked by 2 people

  124. @ Cill and clan, I’d be curious what you think of my “know why you are dating” post…

    Liked by 1 person

  125. molly says:

    We’ve had another bereavement.

    Like

  126. molly says:

    Dear Choicy in his country frankness said we’d have a lot of funerals next year or so. This is our third so far this year. Cill says he’ll “speak” to you here tonight. I might do the same.

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  127. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    Is this the one Cill told us about two (?) weeks ago, or another?
    Choicy did warn us that there are a number of women all of an age.

    Like

  128. molly says:

    The one Cill told you about two (?) weeks ago has passed away. The latest bereavement is another dear soul. (sigh)
    Cill will probably be awake all night NZ time and join you here. I might do the same. I might cruise over to his place. Cill is the best person to be with at difficult times. He is a rock.

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  129. My condolences to Cill and clan… sniff. 😥

    Liked by 3 people

  130. A life well lived is something to be proud of. Sounds to me like the grand dames in your clan lived life well. And cheers to them! (Clink) May we all leave such a legacy! Cheers! (Clink)

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  131. I am thankful to benefit half a world away and having never met them from their good advice, it has enriched mine and many other lives as well and will continue to for generations to come! Cheers! (Clink) Sniff ;'(

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  132. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    It may be a good idea to keep each other company. I am sorry that you are getting hit so hard with so many, so fast.

    Like

  133. Spawny Get says:

    Sorry to hear of the latest bereavement.

    Like

  134. Liz says:

    My condolences, Cill and family. 😦

    “A life well lived is something to be proud of. Sounds to me like the grand dames in your clan lived life well. And cheers to them! (Clink) May we all leave such a legacy! Cheers!
    ****
    “I am thankful to benefit half a world away and having never met them from their good advice, it has enriched mine and many other lives as well and will continue to for generations to come! Cheers! (Clink) Sniff ;'(

    Very well said, Bloom.

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  135. Liz says:

    I’m so happy Cill isn’t mad at me! (jumps up and down squeeling with delight) 🙂

    Welcome, Cillssister1. 🙂

    This was a great writeup.
    “The hardest parts for them are #5 and #6. Many are conditioned into drama that they won’t let themselves snap out of it. Group Think gives them the guarantee that drama is woman’s prerogative. The monthly drama especially is a fiercely protected right! The silly cows are soo spoiled, they can’t/won’t accept that it’s all in their heads and all they have to do is open their minds! Lots of people don’t understand what an open mind is as they have never experienced it.”

    So true. I’d say #5 and #6 are responsible for about 90 percent of the problems in marriages (and most female relationships, for that matter). They simply won’t drop the drama. Worse, they’re taught to think that the mobius bitch strip is “sharing” and “emotionally healthy conversation”. It’s toxic.

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  136. Liz says:

    Did anyo
    ne hear about this one?

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/a-man-just-won-the-world-championship-in-french-scrabble-without-understanding-a-word-of-french_55ae88efe4b08f57d5d2aa0b

    A New Zealander won the World Championship in French scrabble without understanding a word of French! 😀

    Like

  137. Yoda says:

    Condolences from Degoba I give.

    Liked by 1 person

  138. Yoda says:

    A New Zealander won the World Championship in French scrabble without understanding a word of French!

    Probably winning word “merde” it was.

    Liked by 3 people

  139. Yoda says:

    How difficult to go down the path described by original post it is?

    Like

  140. Mrs. Yoda says:

    How difficult to go down the path described by original post it is?

    Very do-able it is.
    For 800 years done I have.

    Liked by 1 person

  141. Yoda says:

    For 800 years done I have.

    And appreciative I am.

    Liked by 1 person

  142. OT: I wonder what the red pill would make of this? AF/bb? Or?
    http://www.msn.com/en-au/health/medical/beer-bellies-are-in-biceps-are-out-introducing-the-dad-bod/ar-BBjewl7

    Note the last sentence. Ummm, not likely. It’s a gender thing!

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  143. Liz says:

    I think the ‘dad bod’ isn’t a trend so much as an obvious indication that women have competing objectives. Attraction for women isn’t merely physical. Example, same guy is “hotter” wearing BDUs/business suit/doctor scrubs than in a burger king outfit.

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  144. Liz says:

    Another competing objective…women tend to want to have a monopoly on the competition. That’s why they often try to discourage their mates from working out as act of surreptitious pre-sabotage. It’s a type of mate guarding. Mike’s ex girlfriend did this a lot.

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  145. SFC Ton says:

    God bless you and yours

    Liked by 2 people

  146. Padawan says:

    For 800 years married Yoda has been (by Padawan, Blog Laureate 2014 – ?)

    Tricks to keep your wife from boredom in bed know you would.
    Perhaps a practical post on this topic write you could ?

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  147. Padawan says:

    .
    “jumps up and down squeeling with delight” (by Padawan, Blog Laureate 2014 – ?)

    Me too up and down jumping would be
    But my throat would emit a deep manly squee

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  148. molly says:

    “Man Wins World Championship In French Scrabble Without Understanding A Word Of French”

    JATKB
    just another typical kiwi bloke 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  149. molly says:

    “they’re taught to think that the mobius bitch strip is “sharing” and “emotionally healthy conversation”. It’s toxic.”
    (sigh) I wish I could express myself like that. Words are not my forte.
    Liz what u say is so true! 🙂

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  150. @ Liz I cracked up at the mike/Liz convo you described earlier too! Well done surviving the trip to mom’s!

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  151. molly says:

    *Fun is my only forte!*
    … aaand I am gorgeous BTW 😉

    Hey come on Padawan, let’s hear it! A deep manly squee, come on!
    Like squeeee……eeeee (echo echo echo…)

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  152. Padawan says:

    let’s hear it! A deep manly squee (by Padawan, Blog Laureate 2014 – ?)
    Like:
    SQUEEEE……EEEEE….eeeee….eeeee (ECHO echo echo…)
    … it would be.

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  153. Liz says:

    Lol Molly.
    Hey, I’m fun too! Look at my party hat. 😛

    Liked by 3 people

  154. Liz says:

    I imagine the manly squee in this voice:

    Liked by 1 person

  155. molly says:

    “Look at my party hat”
    Wot no eyebrows 😛

    Liked by 1 person

  156. Yoda says:

    Worse, they’re taught to think that the mobius bitch strip is “sharing” and “emotionally healthy conversation”. It’s toxic.

    Locked in a room with Jar-Jar a man would choose,
    rather than experience chick drama abuse.

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  157. Yoda says:

    If you have a daughter, just think! – You can add to the long line of mothers who passed the advices on to their daughters

    The world a much better place if happened this did.

    Liked by 2 people

  158. molly says:

    Liz your eyebrows must of taken off of! 😀

    Liked by 1 person

  159. Yoda says:

    Then you, like them, might see your daughter heeding the advices and feel the weight of responsibility become sunlight on your shoulders.

    Most modern mothers even aware of what sunlight is they are?

    Liked by 1 person

  160. Liz says:

    My eyebrows are way up there under the hat, Molly.
    I was just really really surprised when that photo was taken…
    being naked and all.
    😛

    Liked by 2 people

  161. Yoda says:

    Be a person who loves life. Be positive

    Obvious this should be.
    Be around a negative person one does not desire..
    Negative people want to be around themselves not.

    Like

  162. molly says:

    Padawan an orc he might have been?
    Imposing he would have been!
    So… Padawan an orc he was?
    An orc with eyes like his you have seen?
    (Mischievous I am)

    Like

  163. Cill says:

    An orc with eyes like mine you have seen not.
    Only one me there could be.
    One of a kind I am.
    Kind of a One too I am.

    Liked by 1 person

  164. Cill says:

    As an orc too many tingles I would give
    To the corners of the Earth cast tingles I would.

    Liked by 1 person

  165. Cill says:

    “Be a person who loves life. Be positive”

    Agreed Yoda. This one is so important and should be real easy.

    Molly is a living example of it, and so are the other young women behind the OP. Having seen it in action, I can vouch for it. It works like a charm.

    Like

  166. Yoda says:

    Molly is a living example of it

    Being a rainbow furby helpful in this regard I do think.

    Liked by 1 person

  167. cills sister #1 says:

    A positive attitude works a treat! A shapely body doesn’t hurt either.

    Like

  168. molly says:

    Like a goddess walks
    Like an ancestor talks
    My cuzzie she does

    Like

  169. cills sister #1 says:

    Too much shape shaking IRL I do not
    Immodesty bad policy IRL it is.

    Like

  170. molly says:

    More like a real ancestor now she talks.
    Tho Yodish our ancestors talked not
    (heh heh)

    Like

  171. Cill says:

    Entire clan infected by Yoda virus it has been.
    Antidote require we do

    P.S. Arse shaking in my clan is banned.

    Like

  172. molly says:

    (heh heh)

    Like

  173. cills sister #1 says:

    Permission of ancestors first you will require. 🙂

    Like

  174. Spawny Get says:

    “arse shaking”

    arse? Arse? ARSE?

    thou art verily part of cultured community, unlike those unfortunates that utter ‘ass’

    Liked by 3 people

  175. cills sister #1 says:

    Amy Schumer link now read I will
    To see what perals of wisdom not
    The silly cow drops.

    Liked by 1 person

  176. Spawny Get says:

    Dear Cillhouette,
    best take a JCB with you. Stupidity will be getting deep.

    Liked by 1 person

  177. cills sister #1 says:

    Hmmm.
    Amy Schumer link open it will not 😦

    Like

  178. cills sister #1 says:

    Job of removing Amy with Front End Loader do I cannot
    If link open will not.

    Liked by 2 people

  179. Cill says:

    Urgent injection of Yoda virus antidote required it is.

    Liked by 1 person

  180. cills sister #1 says:

    Cillhouette I soon shall be.
    Watch this space one should.

    Liked by 2 people

  181. Yoda says:

    Yodish the true language of wisdom it is.

    Liked by 2 people

  182. cills sister #1 says:

    Follow the Amy Schumer recipe one should
    If cardboard cutouts of relationships one wants
    Like a billboard you shall be
    Stick-men holding hands and through the woods running
    He stick-man, she expecting soon will be.

    Liked by 1 person

  183. molly says:

    Yay cuzzie Cillhouette!
    On a roll you are 🙄

    Like

  184. Cillhouette says:

    Yees! I’m cured of the Yoda virus… I think

    Like

  185. Spawny Get says:

    Cool name. Done well

    Liked by 3 people

  186. Cill says:

    Name well chosen by the Patriarch it was
    Good name suggestion, me old Empire State. 😉 She was delighted when she saw it. Good one.

    Liked by 1 person

  187. Cill says:

    No doubt there will be a Cillhouette#2 instead of Cill’s Sister #2 in due course. That’s the way things tend to go in the clan.

    Like

  188. Cill says:

    Where did everyone else go? Scared off by Cillhouette?

    Like

  189. Spawny Get says:

    Cillhouette#2 lacks imagination…as a name, that is.

    Cillphe? Cillphette? One should always offer a choice, even if the winner is clear.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sylph

    Avatars to go…
    http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=sylph&qpvt=sylph&FORM=IGRE

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  190. Sumo says:

    I would suggest Cillphilis, but I don’t want the entire clan coming after me. Already survived one angry family blood feud, don’t need another.

    How about Cillicon? Cillver? Cillk?

    Granted, this is all predicated on the belief that it’s a soft “c” pronunciation. If it’s a hard “c”, then I’ve been WAAAY off this whole time.

    Also, that would be badass.

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  191. Cill says:

    I couldn’t pick a good avatar if it poked me in the eye 😉

    Liked by 1 person

  192. Spawny Get says:

    You’ve been WAAAY off this whole time.

    It’s a culture thing. Lorra, lorra culture.

    Like

  193. Spawny Get says:

    Lorra, lorra good avatar options if you follow my link above.

    Like

  194. Spawny Get says:

    “I couldn’t pick a good avatar if it poked me in the eye ;)”

    Your initial choice of names, this statement much credibility gives…

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  195. Spawny Get says:

    I suspect his name is mispronounced as ‘sull’ downunda-kiwi-style

    Like

  196. Spawny Get says:

    Spawny’s mighty well of creativity is drained. You’re on your own…

    Like

  197. Cillhouette says:

    “Your initial choice of names, this statement much credibility gives”

    “Cill’s sister #1” – a poet the shudders it would give.

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  198. Yoda says:

    After 30000 comments, happened as I said it would.

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  199. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Welcome Cillouette! It is well that you were Cill’s Sister #1 for a while. Now that you will be one of this little crew, it is well that you have your own handle.

    Yoda at 8:46pm,
    Ths title XI stuff just gets worse and worse and the possibility of big lawsuits is not slowing it down.
    The fembots have to realize that they are biting the hand that feeds them. What will they do when there are only a handful of brick and mortar institutions left?

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  200. SFC Ton says:

    Fuzzie Fuzzie Fuzzie their job is to destroy and demand. There is nothing for them to realize. Hell these are people who fundamentally fail to understand the most basic and simple aspects of life. They will.never understand more complex cause and effect concepts

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  201. Cill says:

    Coming up 10 a.m. here. Duty calls and we must go. It’s been great fun for me, just what the doctor ordered! ‘bye for now. Not sure when we’ll be back.

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  202. Spawny Get says:

    For SJWs read Fembots. Same difference

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  203. Cillhouette says:

    Loved meeting you all 🙂
    bye from me too.

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  204. molly says:

    bye from me too 🙂

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  205. Yoda says:

    Cillhouette#2 lacks imagination…as a name, that is.

    But practical it would be.

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  206. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Good bye Cill, Mooy, and Cillhouette.

    SFC Ton,
    That these people would fail to see academia as their haven is beyond stupid. Even wild animals know better than to defecate where they eat.

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  207. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think it was Karen Straughan that said tha one of the benefits of rape culture hysteria was that positins filed by feminists, such as rape crisis coounsellor, would go away if there were an insufficiency of rape. Domestic viol;ence also employs a lot of feminists. The source of all this power for the fembots is academic feminism.
    Our opponents aren’t stupid. It had to be back in the early seventies that Betty Freidan came acros this guy who developed a male contraceptive in Brazil. We still don’t have a male contraceptive ut, we have lots of babbymamas sucking up welfare and child support.
    Who would have foreseen what no fault divorce would do? No Ronald Reagan when he signed into law in California in 1968.
    Some of them have unbelievable foresight for being so wicked.

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  208. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post.

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  209. Farm Boy says:

    Cillhouette does not look much look like a Furby

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  210. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Bot,
    I hadn’t noticed until you mentioned it. Cillhouette has arms, even. She could play drums for George Thorogood.

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  211. Spawny Get says:

    “I hadn’t noticed until you mentioned it”

    I put that down to Furby induced retina burn.

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  212. SFC Ton says:

    Fuzzie, the harm done by feminism, environmentalism,multiculturalism and all the other progressive ism’s is deliberate. It is a feature not a bug.

    Nationalist, right wing(real right wing not the gop sort of shit where they are leftist but other leftists call them right wing) and populists politics are designed to unite a people and lift all boats on the same tide.

    I think this is your stumbling block. Understand the damage done is purposeful and things will fall into place.

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  213. Liz says:

    I like Cillhouette’s gravatar image. 🙂

    I’ll have to disagree with Karen Straughan on the government work-project via “rape” bit. There isn’t that much employment to be made from rape counseling (and much of it is volunteer work, for example most RNs trained in the process are volunteers….so that’s a very very convoluted Occam’s razor failing theory Karen has).

    I agree with the spirit of her argument though, it is about power (litigation power, and tangentially employment power via whistleblower protection status, harassment claims, and so forth).

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  214. Choicy says:

    I’m a bit pissed off to have missed Molly and “Cillhouette” together. You can’t blame me, I’m only human, my mates. Struth it doesn’t matter which one of Cillo’s sisters “Cillhouette” is, if she waggled her arse at me I’d lose my sense of propriety and Cillo himself couldn’t hold me down. Anyway and it’s morning start for this digger and I’m off to work in the great wide open. Have a good one, my mates.

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  215. Spawny Get says:

    Avatar reminds me of this

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  216. Choicy says:

    Regarding the “great female host (a group-think)”

    FWIW a year or so ago I had a fascinating convo with one of Molly’s elders who called feminism the Great Whore.

    I think her ancestors compared horizontal group-think with the “abomination” of the Great Whore, mates. That’s how I understood her, anyway.

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