How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the (box office) Bomb (okay, not really….) By Liz


A Review of the Movie Trainwreck By Liz

The show begins with a “humorous” childhood “monogamy is unrealistic” father-daughter pep talk. This sets the stage for the subsequent montage as our sultry young vixen heroin bed hops and dutifully (also 100 percent predictably as it is her one-trick pony schtick) throws out cock/ slut/ and “don’t judge me fuckas!” jokes following a series of different drunken binge/drug hit combos.

She “never sleeps over” of course (unless passed out in a drunken stupor). Too intimate. And she is too complex as a person and emotionally fragile. Her place of employment (very spot on) is a rag tabloid of sorts called S’Nuff

Side note: Whether the title was intended to be something along the lines of “that’s s’nuff of that” or “I’ll snuff you out” or an advocacy for snuff films, or perhaps product placement for actual snuff, remains unknown…surely it meant something. Perhaps the humor was too clever and subtle for my helmet rack to grasp.

At any rate, her boss is a stupid crack and a thin version of what will be Amy’s character in ten years time. Flash-forwards there would have been very funny…and perhaps offer viewers-capable-of-thought a moral lesson, but I wasn’t consulted.

All the men are SNAGs, predictably (yes, even the athletes…I think this was a stab at humor as well). The men all want to talk about relationships and get serious with sloppy fifehundredths gurl…but alas, Amy is too “complex and emotionally detached” dear viewers. Plus, she’s selective and discriminating (about…er, stuff I guess…that obviously can’t include her mind or body to include especially her vagina. Maybe she is selective “in spirit”! Yeah, that’s it).

Amy is assigned to do a piece on a high-profile sports doctor because she hates sports (insert a couple of fake sport team jokes, insert montage of Amy and doctor laughing over beers, and stuff). Fast forward to unbelieveable displays of cuntery as the relationship “grows”. To the point she jeopardizes a patient’s health by keeping the doctor up all night bitching at him after leaving to answer her cell during an award presentation that was important to him while he was giving a speech. (but, see, she’s just a complex, emotionally vulnerable person!)

Side note: There are some jokes about how out of shape she is, and those are kind of funny. But the obvious message must be that it’s funny because she admits it but it doesn’t matter because, much like her horizontal life, no one else ever brings it up.

Amy and the doctor fight, she backs off because, dear viewers/readers, she is “afraid of rejection” and “afraid to be emotionally invested” and “misunderstood”. The doctor explains that fighting shouldn’t lead to a breakup, they are just ‘working things out’. But she leaves anyway. Insert obligatory rom/com breakup, insert scene at end of movie where she dances with a bunch of cheerleaders (“see! I’m fun! Don’tcha wanna keep taking my shit? How can you resist what I’ma thowin’ out heeya?”)
She says she “will try REALLY hard” and they kiss and make up while the athletes clap and cheer in the background. LUCKY BASTARD!

Oh, forgot…there was also a scene right before the “make up” dance where she almost has sex with a 16 year old (she didn’t know his age), and he slaps her and she punches him in the face. She lost her job…so I guess she had some free time to come up with the dance routine to “win back” the doctor. The message there was actually pretty red pill in that one respect.

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122 comments on “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the (box office) Bomb (okay, not really….) By Liz
  1. Farm Boy says:

    Is her character pleasant?

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  2. Liz says:

    Thanks for moving this to its own thread, FB. 🙂

    Pleasant? Did you read the bit about “unbelievable cuntery” (that wasn’t a typo for bucolic).

    No, she wasn’t pleasant…although I guess at the end she did dance.

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  3. Farm Boy says:

    Why does he fall for her?

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  4. Farm Boy says:

    So she bed hops, but never sleeps over. This is because of some principle she has?

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  5. Farm Boy says:

    Did he ride her like this?
    Or perhaps the other way around?

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  6. Liz says:

    “Why does he fall for her?”
    That part was unclear. Very unclear.
    It’s not like he ever spoke of her unique specialness in any way. It’s anyone’s guess really.

    “So she bed hops, but never sleeps over. This is because of some principle she has?”
    I think this was intended to convey that she was afraid of intimacy. Her personal principles, if she had any, weren’t actually stated…I couldn’t hazard a guess.

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  7. Liz says:

    She did mention that, although the sex was good with the doctor, “it wasn’t the best sex she’d ever had”. And her (married) sister told her, like a product-placed soundboard for fembots, “You don’t want to marry best-sex-guy. That guy is in prison.”

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  8. Liz says:

    …though, when it comes to Amy, that last bit is probably actually true.

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  9. Farm Boy says:

    So she probably will be an alpha-widow then

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  10. Liz says:

    “So she probably will be an alpha-widow then”

    Yes.
    She is a loud, proud, cock hopping (but not worshiping!) controlled-substance abusing inebriant who is roughly doubling her mass every five years and has no sign of basic courtesy or discretion. And, yeah, alpha widow.

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  11. Farm Boy says:

    Does she have any virtues?

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  12. Farm Boy says:

    Are we supposed to sympathize with her?

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  13. Farm Boy says:

    controlled-substance abusing inebriant who is roughly doubling her mass every five years

    She should give up the pot.

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  14. Liz says:

    “Does she have any virtues?”

    She puts out.

    In the movie, she was very attached to her father and had a pretty close relationship with him. That’s about it. And “humor”. Sort of.

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  15. Liz says:

    “Are we supposed to sympathize with her?”

    I’m not sure how much of the sympathy card they were trying to play. Keep in mind, this is marketed toward her fan base. The title “Trainwreck” sort of sums it, and her, up very well.

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  16. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    Thank you for taking one for the team. I was not about to watch this and, having read your review, I won’t when it’s on the Late Late Late Show.
    If this movie enjoys commercial success, we are in big trouble.
    Again, thank you for writing the review.

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  17. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I had to include the clip from the end of Dr. Strangelove. Marlene Dietrich singing “We’ll Meet Again” is unforgettable.

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  18. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    A thought occurred to me. Why not a red pill romantic comedy? If this “dreck’ can get support, why not something that will make modern women tnink about the hole that they are digging for themselves?

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  19. Liz says:

    My pleasure Fuzzie. 🙂

    Fwiw, I actually like some of Amy Schumer’s material. Especially the stuff she did about five years ago before she porked up, so to speak. I liked Chelsea Handler WAY back in the day, too. Stuff like this is kind of funny (to me at least):

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  20. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Off topic. According to the post, the Attorney General of California has her eyes on the US Senate in 2016.

    http://bobagard.blogspot.com/2015/07/california-attorney-general-to-go-after.html

    I don’t know how many taxpayers dollars go into Planned Parenthood. It may be safe to say “a lot”.

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  21. Liz says:

    I think a red pill rom com is as likely to be a hit with the masses as an honest politician, Fuzzie.

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  22. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    Could it be that you are disappointed in Amy Schumer? She was on the right track to share good info with her contemporaries.

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  23. Liz says:

    Forgot to add to that last comment, there’s a bigger chance I’ll wake up with my head stuck in a crater on the moon tomorrow morning.

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  24. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    I am just full of good ideas.
    Oh well.

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  25. Liz says:

    It’s not you fuzzie, it’s the masses.

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  26. Liz says:

    “Could it be that you are disappointed in Amy Schumer? She was on the right track to share good info with her contemporaries.”

    I liked it when her schtick admitted that this was a pathetic way to live. She made fun of herself before. She seems to have leapt from “Yes, this is pathetic…she how pathetic and unfulfilling this sort of lifestyle is” to “empowered gurlz do this!”
    Yes, it is disappointing (but unsurprising).
    I generally like satire and think it’s a great way to make a point. But, she jumped the shark a while back.

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  27. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    There aren’t that many good examples for kids and young adults to see. That little lecture at the start of the film would not have been about “monogamy being unrealistic” but, about frivorce as inevitable.

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  28. SFC Ton says:

    Red pill destroys romance by making it a Pavilion type response.

    Folks cannot handle that much reality

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  29. Liz says:

    “Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.”
    -Mark Twain

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  30. Liz says:

    “Folks cannot handle that much reality”

    Like the honest politician.
    I’d take that comparison as a compliment myself. Seems to have fallen flat here.

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  31. Yoda says:

    If train wreck she is,
    How great guy she did catch?

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  32. Yoda says:

    “monogamy being unrealistic”

    Explain why the father did?

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  33. Yoda says:

    about frivorce as inevitable.

    Perhaps lesson took to heart she did.
    Chose best frivorce candidate she did find.

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  34. Yoda says:

    So lesson would be,
    “Even trainwrecks good frivorce candidate marry they can”

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  35. Yoda says:

    Actually somewhat realistic the lesson would be.
    Seen it happen many times I have.
    The “thirst” powerful it is.

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  36. Yoda says:

    I think this was intended to convey that she was afraid of intimacy.

    Standard feature on chicks this is supposed to be.
    Perhaps modern ones damaged they are.

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  37. Yoda says:

    empowered gurlz do this!

    Do so because get away with it they can.
    Or can they?
    Especially when long term one considers.

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  38. Yoda says:

    I’m not sure how much of the sympathy card they were trying to play.

    Perhaps “trainwreck” now by definition sympathic it is.

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  39. Yoda says:

    What lessons young women learn from this movie they do?

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  40. Yoda says:

    Perhaps meant to be “Bitchy slutty entitled fat modern Cinderella” story this is.

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  41. Yoda says:

    If any dick she can get,
    Then modern Cinderlla can find best fit

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  42. Yoda says:

    Why not a red pill romantic comedy?

    Look like what this would?

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  43. Yoda says:

    Thank you for taking one for the team.

    Hurt much it did?

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  44. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The one thing that I took for a moral from this story is that hookup culture is bad for women. Given that women are the gatekeepers and the choosers, how did this come to be? That women would seek the advice of their peers in regard to men occurred to me. Peer confirmation is not possible anymore. Women are too quick to shoot men men for the smallest flaw.
    I may not be completely crazy on this one.

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  45. Liz says:

    “monogamy being unrealistic”

    Explain why the father did?

    Yes, she was holding a doll and he said, “You might like this doll now, but what if it was the only one you were allowed to play with for your entire life? What if you wanted a stewardess doll? (Yadda yadda…)”

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  46. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    Not only is that sad, it’s unrealistc as a plot device.

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  47. Liz says:

    Yes, Fuzzie. There didn’t seem to be much plot.
    I was hoping for some humor though.

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  48. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    I don’t think present day movies will ever satify my desire for good writing. It’s like they are all deliberately weak that way. It’s hard to understand. How expensive can good writing be?

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  49. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    In that clip you linked from Comedy Central, it reminded me how we all walk on eggshels in the beginning. There are a million ways to make a wrong move and few are known.

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  50. Choicy says:

    “Monogamy is unrealistic” so sheilas can feel special and fulfilled and not left out of the perks the other sheilas are getting. Hell’s holey teeth, can you believe this shit? They actually expect men to share the joy their wives get out of cuckolding them? Husbands should be encouraging and supportive of AF and BB? No fucking way. It’s as childish as mudcakes, yet women buy into it as surely as Amy Schumer is girt by lard.

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  51. Yoda says:

    “You might like this doll now, but what if it was the only one you were allowed to play with for your entire life?

    Easily bored he is.
    Sign of poor character this is.
    Movie on him this attribute it does place.
    Implicitly blame men they do.

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  52. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Choicy,
    Any word fom Cill, Molly, Or Cillhouette?

    Feminism has been described as a huge, society wide shit test.
    I think that we have had enough shit. This concept about giving women license to commit adutuery kind of takes the cke, doesn’t it?

    You may want a large brandy.

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  53. Yoda says:

    Serial monogamy a chick thing it is.
    Blame it on the Dad they should not.

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  54. Yoda says:

    From Dalrock,

    Aside from our inverting the roles of romantic love and marriage, another striking feature of our new view of sexual morality is the embrace of serial monogamy as the pinnacle of sexual virtue. Indeed, serial monogamy is now generally considered more moral than lifetime marriage, because it facilitates an unfettered focus on romantic love. Women especially are regularly advised that it would be an act of virtue and courage for them to leave their marriage should they be experiencing anything but quintessential romantic love.

    Serial monogamy is elevated to such lofty heights in our society that it would be easy to forget that all it really means is one at a time. Women will always search for a societal definition of the boundary between good girls and sluts, and our current answer is:

    Good girls don’t do more than one man at a time

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  55. Yoda says:

    “monogamy being unrealistic”

    Consider children such people do not.
    Of poor character this is.

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  56. Choicy says:

    “Monogamy is unrealistic” so sheilas will cuckold their husbands until the poor bastards are tormented beyond endurance and explode into violence, my mates. Exactly what the feminists want, to fund their DV and rape industries in the Police and the courts and welfare. They *want* an epidemic of man on woman violence, the higher the number of casualties, the better. A man needs a woman like a hoe needs a hymen, mates.

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  57. Choicy says:

    There has been no word from them, Fuzzie. I’ll give them a day or two as I think they might be busy with messages and calls.

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  58. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    At least the women practicing serial monogamy have some interest in men. I stumbled across this today and it reminds me of something I saw in 2012. Two thirds of women would rather read a book, watch a movie, or take a nap than have sex with their husbands.

    https://deepstrength.wordpress.com/2015/07/26/half-of-women-marry-the-best-sex-of-their-lives/

    Last week, Tarn thought that anywhere from forty to seventy percent of women had issues with response.

    This is not healthy.

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  59. Yoda says:

    More Dalrock,

    Many would assume that modern women no longer care about such trivialities as the difference between good girls and sluts, especially since we now have sluts literally marching down the streets of every major western city. While this mistake is understandable, it misconstrues what the slutwalks are all about. The slutwalkers claim to embrace the term slut, but if they didn’t feel a powerful stigma they wouldn’t be protesting. If the slutwalkers really wanted to show how unconcerned they are with the stigma of the word, they would proudly display the number of penises they had personally sampled, each eager to one up the more prude and inexperienced in their ranks. But this would be taking the whole slut thing a bit too far, so very few women would be willing to march with an honest number.

    Rebecca Vipond Brink at The Frisky recently posted an excellent example of all of this in Girl Talk: It’s Not Wrong To Date While You’re Divorcing:

    I started dating immediately after I told my now-ex that I wanted to get a divorce. This was because, as one of my friends very aptly put it, I wasn’t really “rebounding” so much as just “bounding” — rebounding assumes that you’re bouncing off of something, and I wanted a divorce because my marriage no longer qualified as a relationship.

    The problem occurred when some of the men she was dating declined to have sex with her because she was still legally married:

    I think I dated maybe eight men in a six-month period. Two of them (so we’re talking 25 percent) enjoyed my company, enjoyed the sex, and then all of a sudden decided to tell me that they “couldn’t” date me because it was morally wrong because I was “still married.”

    Obviously she felt the burn of being slut shamed by these men, or she wouldn’t have bothered writing an article complaining about the terrible unfairness of it all.

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  60. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I wonder how many women would consider divrce if remarriage was not an option. For a lot of men this is a financial reality.

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  61. JDG says:

    She is a loud, proud, cock hopping (but not worshiping!) controlled-substance abusing inebriant who is roughly doubling her mass every five years and has no sign of basic courtesy or discretion. And, yeah, alpha widow.

    Wait! That description reminds me of someone. Where have I seen a girl like that before?

    What kind of script writer makes up a character that encourages his daughter to become a slut? Probably the same kind that implies in his writings that doctors marry party sluts well below their own economic social status.

    I’m gonna go out on a limb here and guess that at no point in the movie did ‘snow flake’ make a sammich. No point in me going to see it then.

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  62. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    JDG,
    I was depressed until I read your comment. I dobt very much that she made a sandwich, on or off camera, in or out of character.

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  63. Liz says:

    She might have vomitted up a sandwich.

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  64. Yoda says:

    I’m gonna go out on a limb here and guess that at no point in the movie did ‘snow flake’ make a sammich

    Perhaps for herself she did.

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  65. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    A sandwich that someone made for her.

    Liz,
    Why do I have the feeling that none of the men in your family would take a sandwich you make for them for granted?

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  66. Yoda says:

    She might have vomitted up a sandwich.

    An apealling attribute this would be not.

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  67. Yoda says:

    Everything comes down to sammiches it does.

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  68. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    How did Amy get as big as she is vomitting up her sanwiches?

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  69. Yoda says:

    I wanted a divorce because my marriage no longer qualified as a relationship.

    A relationship at all costs she must have.
    Who promised her this wonder I do.

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  70. Yoda says:

    Perhaps vomits up sammiches to make space for M&Ms she does

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  71. Yoda says:

    Getting down to the important issues if the movie we are.

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  72. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Speaking of M&Ms, Lindy West has married. Chateau Heartiste wrote a post about with one photo. Lots of weirdness.

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  73. JDG says:

    She might have vomitted up a sandwich.

    LOL … lol …LOL … please help… I can’t stop laughing (even as I try to type this).

    I had to fix many typos.

    That there was a funny comment.

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  74. JDG says:

    Everything comes down to sammiches it does.

    You bet! When it comes to feminism and the strong independent sexually “empowered” women, nothing says NO MAM like “go make me a sammich.” I’m glad I’m not the only one who gets it.

    Plus I like to say (all together now):

    A sammich a day keeps the hamster at bay.

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  75. Spawny Get says:

    “So she bed hops, but never sleeps over. This is because of some principle she has?”
    I think this was intended to convey that she was afraid of intimacy. Her personal principles, if she had any, weren’t actually stated…I couldn’t hazard a guess.

    I think that this is the usual failed attempt to say that men and women are the same, dammit. It is a common belief that men don’t particularly like sleeping with an ONS after sex => Strong Independant Women / Empowered Women ( / Sluts / PPPs ) must feel the same way. Any woman having emotional ties after sex must be some kind of weirdo.

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  76. Spawny Get says:

    “You might like this doll now, but what if it was the only one you were allowed to play with for your entire life? What if you wanted a stewardess doll? (Yadda yadda…)”

    This is absolute pure Chick-Crack…You might be missing out

    Add in a belief in the old women have been oppressed by men for like forever tripe… and you have a young slut convinced that it would be a betrayal of self and wimminz-kind to not go out and cock-hop.

    You might be missing out I don’t think that this works as well on boys. By the time you reach your mid-thirties pretty much all men have realised that they’ll never have it all…and they’ll live with it. They’ll prioritise.

    For teh wimminz it seems to burn within them…they have been betrayed in some manner. And men must make it up to them. All men. And it’s never enough. Dammit, they are owed.

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  77. Yoda says:

    By the time you reach your mid-thirties pretty much all men have realised that they’ll never have it all…and they’ll live with it.

    Probably earlier for most men this would be.

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  78. Spawny Get says:

    I agree Yoda. I just didn’t want to make too extreme a comment. I’d rather understate than overstate. How unfashionable is that nowadays?

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  79. Yoda says:

    I’d rather understate than overstate.

    Famous British understatement this would be.

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  80. Yoda says:

    It is a common belief that men don’t particularly like sleeping with an ONS after sex

    James Bond operates this way he does.
    But all for King and Country it is.

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  81. Liz says:

    I think it’s probably a common belief for a reason. I’ve heard guys talk about that. Lying there waiting and wondering when they can and should make a polite-enough exit. I’m pretty sure I’ve seen a few comedy skits on that one too.
    But women aren’t men. And if you are a woman and you don’t want to be in the arms of the person you just fucked, you’re doing something wrong.

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  82. Liz says:

    Guess I should add, barring very unusual circumstances (example, touch issues)…you should want to be around that person at least!

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  83. Yoda says:

    And if you are a woman and you don’t want to be in the arms of the person you just fucked, you’re doing something wrong.

    Perhaps get up and make him a sammich she could.

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  84. Liz says:

    “Lesbian strap on anal sex” major form of bullying, it sounds.

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  85. Yoda says:

    She might have vomitted up a sandwich

    Perhaps feminist way of “making” a sammich this is.

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  86. You guys are silly! It was another very busy weekend at chateau bloom, sorry I couldn’t have joined in the fun. Monday is my Sat!

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  87. Liz says:

    “Perhaps feminist way of “making” a sammich this is.”

    That’s as good as it gets. Reserved for special occasions/holidays.
    “And he’d best be damn grateful!”

    WB Bloom. Hope you’re enjoying your “Saturday”. 🙂

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  88. 🐱Momma cat report: no kittens yet but she’s swelling up quick! Won’t be long now before my cat lady empire begins! (Kidding, I plan to get momma cat fixed and find good homes for them. Momma kitty has given up the barn and now spends her days in the house tagging along after the Bloomettes. I figure she must have been a child’s cat before as she prefers them and is very tolerant of their endless packing her about and fussing.)

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  89. Yoda says:

    Fast forward to unbelieveable displays of cuntery as the relationship “grows”.

    “Cause and effect” in action this is?

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  90. 🐱Will find homes for the kittens I mean, momma cat is here to stay! Meow.

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  91. Yoda says:

    Good that children have little friends it is.

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  92. Just for future reference, how many cats are required to reach crazy cat lady status?

    Speaking of the other day I saw a very overweight lady driving a car w a stick figure family -herself and five cats!

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  93. Choicy says:

    I had a laugh at this snippet from the link at 27 July, 2015 at 1:25 am :
    “I knew [my best sex partner] was temporary, and so the great sex was the best because the sex was the relationship,” she adds. “We didn’t have to invest in anything else.”

    That’s it exactly in my experience.

    “We didn’t have to invest in anything else”.

    She starts going off like a rocket in sex. Then we start investing in a relationship, and the frigid mind-set begins in the sheila’s head. She’s right into all the lovey dovey commitment bits but in the sack she’s backing off to what I’d call normal level of going off for a sheila. All she has to do is change her mind-set but the day she does that is the day hell freezes over, mate. As sure as there is cold shit in a dead cat, she’ll be rejecting him sexually before the year is out. It makes no sense at all, mate. It makes as much sense as a steering wheel in a train.

    If you like good sex, mates, keep it temporary.

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  94. Yoda says:

    All the men are SNAGs, predictably (yes, even the athletes…I think this was a stab at humor as well).

    Perhaps roles models they do intend.

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  95. Yoda says:

    she is “afraid of rejection” and “afraid to be emotionally invested” and “misunderstood”

    What misunderstood about her it is?
    Perhaps all-purpose excuse this is.

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  96. Yoda is right, I know some gals w this mentality and thing is no matter what happens they will find something wrong w the situation. If he doesn’t commit, drama. If he does, drama. Maybe they get addicted to the need for churn and drama?

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  97. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    Terrene Popp advises that there should be no more cats or dogs in the household than humans. I like the Mama Cat reports.

    Yoda,
    I think Ton is right and I am wrong. Planned Parenthood will weather this scandal. While it’w bad, it didn’t come at the right time.
    With your last link , I did learn something. Over half of their income comes from tax dollars. Taxpayers deserve better oversight.

    Liz,
    You’re right about girls. I am thinking that it also applies to boys.

    Choicy,
    Those down under sheilas are terribly confused about things. They would find a way to make a mess of boiling water.

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  98. Yoda says:

    Insert obligatory rom/com breakup

    Ever not happen this does?

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  99. Yoda says:

    She lost her job

    Purpose of this sympathy pioy it is?

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  100. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    In reviewing Choicy’s comment at 5:02pm, I am beginning to realize tha Anglosphere women have blown it. I can’t think of a more eligible guy than Choicy.
    The only conclusion that I can draw is that women are undermining the Female Imperative.
    Huh?

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  101. Spawny Get says:

    Outrageous sexism
    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2015/07/27/serial-pooper-stalks-norwegian-golf-course-poos-too-massive-to-be-a-woman/

    The Local reports that Tennfjord said: “He has a couple of favourite holes… And we know it is a man because the poos are too massive to be from a woman.”

    “In the early years the stools were relatively hard but they’ve changed. Perhaps he’s been taking laxatives or maybe he doesn’t have the best diet,” Tennfjord added, before his colleagues told a local newspaper about how the culprit manages to escape capture.

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  102. Spawny Get says:

    From comments. You do know what the key word means, yeah?

    To get past even basic security undetected after ten years is practically impossible, its an inside Jobby.

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  103. Yoda says:

    The modern feminist movement abandoned women long ago when they monetized women’s bodies with the issue of abortion, literally needing to romanticize abortions into something that, as one national feminist leader put it at a speech I attended in the early 1990s, an act a woman should be proud of.

    Nothing could be further from the truth.

    Besides the ghastly nature of the Planned Parenthood tapes per se, any normal human being has to question, how did this happen? Who have we become? While I agree to some degree that the current Planned Parenthood issue has nothing to do with abortion rights and everything to do with corruption and moral obscenity, it doesn’t end there. As a feminist I must consider how the argument for abortion-rights, and the left’s narrative rejecting the humanity of a baby in-utero, has contributed to this atrocity.

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  104. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I don’t know what to think. Years ago, I did have a roommate that was an avid golfer. What golf courses have to worry about is not what you linked but serious and insidious vandalism. One joker with a spray bottle of herbicide can do a lot of damage that won’t show up for a while.

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  105. Yoda says:

    Perhaps a Bear the culprit is.
    “Pooping — Not just for the woods anymore”

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  106. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    Now, what would I be doing on a golf course in the middle of the night? No honey there.

    Great link at 11:20pm. A feminist taking Planned Parenthood to task. That may be the end of it. Abortion on demand is one of the pillars of feminism. I don’t think they care about all the children that could have been.
    They have even gone as far as writing a law against infanticide in Canada. Only women can commit it. The penalties are less harsh than murder.

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  107. Spawny Get says:

    Can’t be a bear. It’s an inside jobby. Which only works if you speak proper English. Where jobby = turd.

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  108. Yoda says:

    New post there is.

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  109. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have to wonder, did anyone think to ask the hippopotamus? He may have been checking out the water hazards.

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  110. Farm Boy says:

    It’s an inside jobby

    If it is on the golf course, it is not an inside jobby anymore

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  111. SFC Ton says:

    Timing has nothing to do with it Fuzzie. In a godless society no one gives fuck about killing babies in the womb.

    4000 years ago, people feed babies to fires in the hopes the godes would bless them with prosperity. Now it’s done to…. well not limit someone’s life and affect their prosperity.

    Nothing changes

    Every time I see a golf course I think sniper practice.

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  112. Spawny Get says:

    “Every time I see a golf course I think sniper practice.”

    Have you seen the film ‘Falling Down’?

    There’s a golf course scene that you might find interesting. Come to think of it, I must put that on my watch list…

    The whole film is like that, but somebody mentioned golf, so…

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  113. Spawny Get says:

    “If it is on the golf course, it is not an inside jobby anymore”

    The jobby is indeed outside, although inside the grounds (making ‘outside’ debatable). That it was an employee that allegedly laid them makes it an inside job.

    No wonder you guys are only in league two of the Anglo sense of humour. On your own in that league, at that. Bill Burr is clearly a ringer.

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  114. Spawny Get says:

    No danglee…no watchee

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  115. Liz says:

    Poos “too large” OMG Swithy! LOL! What a way to start out my morning. 😛
    Was there corn too? Peanuts? Men probably eat more peanuts… bwahahaha!!!

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  116. Yoda says:

    No wonder you guys are only in league two of the Anglo sense of humour

    Very little humor on Degoba there is.
    Very little of everything else there is.
    Except.swamps there are.

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