Something Deep Inside

Today a friend at related a story about an acceptance.  It seems that the acquaintance had a fine upbringing, was accepted into one of the best universities, but declined to attend.  She obtained a fine factory job, but lost that when her newly found drug habit started to interfere.  On the way down, she hooked up with her dealer.  Like many dealers, he is big on posturing and has money issues. To pay down his debt, he ordered his girlfriend to have a gang-bang with the men he owed money to.  She became so enamored with her dealer boyfriend, that she got herself pregnant in the hopes of catching and then taming him.  Even after the fact that she knows that he in no way supports his child from a previous baby mama.

Over the weekend another friend related how his sister, a well paid nurse from a high quality family, moved her bad-boy boyfriend in with her.  She was soon pregnant; but after having the child, the boyfriend moved out as he did not want to have anything to do with that.  Now the non-retired parents fear that they will become the baby-sitters of first resort while their daughter is at work.

I have a cousin who married into the aristocracy of a small town.  Their daughter was gorgeous, went to a fine university, but decided to connect up with a fella who never has had a job in his life.  He is a sometimes cage fighter.  She moved him in, bought a new truck for him, and had two babies.  She now looks ten years older than she is.

There seems to be something inherent in women that makes bad-boys attractive.  Even to the point of the woman’s self-destruction.  And of their children also.  It can even strike girls brought up to be good.  Whatever it is, it appears just about impossible to stamp out.  And today’s more indulging society seems to make it more prevalent.

So what should be done to inoculate girls against such destructive behavior.  I might suggest education early and often.  Look for teachable moments.  But don’t pile on to hard.  Furthermore, explain why.  Don’t settle for simple explanations; go into some depth.

Though I do wonder how many people view this as a feature and not a bug…

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38 comments on “Something Deep Inside
  1. Tarnished says:

    There seems to be something inherent in women that makes bad-boys attractive.

    That makes bad boys attractive? Or makes many women confuse bad boys with men that would make good partners? It truly is strange to behold, and it occurs in girls as young as 14 as most of us can probably attest via memories of high school.

    Due to the fact that females from even good upbringing make such choices, it would seem to be less an impact of nurture and more of nature. Could one’s locus of identity be the culprit? Those who have an internal validation system vs an external one?

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  2. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    For those of you that a film buffs, I loved “The Razor’s Edge” with Bill Murray. Close to the end, he tries to give a self destructive woman a second chance at life. She bails and, a few weeks later is called to the morgue to identify her reamins.
    W. Somerset Maugham had no answer either.


  3. Cill says:

    “So what should be done to inoculate girls against such destructive behavior”
    In communities that I’d have to admit would be atypical now, unemasculated males can play a big part in keeping the petty crims at bay. Otherwise if a girl won’t listen to advice and is hell bent in going off the rails, that’s her funeral.


  4. SFC Ton says:

    I already covered this in depth at my blog. The why is because most of human history only the badest mother fuckers around kept their shit their shit, their bitch their bitch and their fuck trophies from having their wee little brains smashed out or taken as slaves/ fuck dolls.

    This beta stuff only paid dividends in that last maybe 200 years. Maybe and only then if you lived high on the hog.

    Inoculate girls? Give beta lesson in manhood, don’t spare the pimp hand. Why do you think DV laws were such a rallying cry for femisinst? They knew women weren’t getting beat bloody but that a good pimp hand gave beta dudes alpha cred.

    Also if you want well behaved women you have to remove their options both dating/ marriage options and economic options.


  5. molly says:

    Women are lost when strong men don’t lead. The weak men are at the top. Strong men would put feminists and bad boys down. These women need to be put in their place, or they will be vicious and mad. Nature designed women for society where strong men are at the top. Nature has no plan B for women.

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  6. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I see your point and it is profound. What to do when the President of the United States is a self declared feminist? He’ll give them everything they want and then some.
    By tour reckoning, this will not end well.

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  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am in the middle of watching this. It looks like it may be feature length in 15 minute segments. I do have to warn you, at four years old, Knut dies mysteriously.

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  8. These are good questions. I don’t really have an answer. Need to ponder why the above women would make such choices…

    Here’s one of Tons posts on the topic:

    And I post I did in response to it:

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  9. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    If girls want bad boys, they are welcome to them. It’s just tht we are tired of catching them when they fall.

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  10. SFC Ton says:

    That as a good yet unplanned tag team.of posts

    Stop giving a fuck about who the president is or what he says or what the government does. Outcome independence, just not for crushing ass

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  11. Liz says:

    From Pimpin’ Ma Hoes book series, Chapter 2.

    (Bashiqua, first person)

    “Ma man Tyrone went up to some guy in a bar the other night and mouthed off to him. The guy just smiled and knocked his purple fedora off his head.
    Then with one swift motion the guy kicked his feet out from under him. Tyrone scrambled to get up, all teary-eyed, while glancing around to see if anybody noticed.
    The guy walked away and Tyrone mumbled, “Puuuus-pus-pus-pusssyyyyy.” Then he turned around and told me to pick up his hat and smacked me good!”

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  12. Liz says:

    Scene from Casino. Sam meets Ginger. Based on a true story, I think. Ginger had a thing for her former pimp, and it eventually totally terminated her relationship with Sam.
    1)Sam was far more alpha than Ginger’s messed up former pimp.
    2) And Ginger was a messed up girl.

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  13. Cill says:

    Liz, remember I am to receive an autographed leather-bound edition of Pimpin Ma Hoe at the launch.

    (P.S. by “launch” I mean my boat)

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  14. Cill says:

    I will ply Mike with nautical Rum but not you because you will be driving.

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  15. Cill says:

    What happened to Yoda? Did Degobah finally swallow him up?

    I wonder if Degobah the swampy equivalent of Monika Lewinski it is?


  16. Cill says:

    I wonder if I should join Spawny at the pub. We could co-author a missive entitled “Breasting the Bar”**. We would become so familiar with the Publican that he would allow us to approach the bar in our underwear.

    **Our first thought for the title was “Our Times at the Bar” but we decided against it lest we receive our briefs in short pants.

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  17. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, we have none of these “Something Deep Inside” issues on the rugged Coromandel, unless we are talking about oblong rock, of course. It has been known to break off during vigorous use. As Mrs Moehau Man (my businesslike old mum) once quipped during a commercial jingle, “Buy ye thy rock from a reliable source, lest up the duff with a blockhead thou shalt be.”

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  18. Moehau Man says:

    A brief brandish of a Kauri Club is usually enough to make a bad boy turn and run, unless of course I hold a piece of oblong rock in my other hand. As Mrs Moehau Man (my sensible old mum) once observed, “Turn ye not thy back on the oblong rock, lest between thy butt cheeks with malice aforethought it shall smite.”


  19. Choicy says:

    Moehau Man, you’re making a good fist of keeping the post alive I reckon. I’m sorry I won’t be able to assist you finding Yoda, mate, as it is the end of the day in digger land. Good luck with the search for Yoda, my mate.


  20. Yoda says:

    Traveling in Degoba mountans I am.
    Cell phone coverage I always have not.

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  21. Yoda says:

    Bears in mountains I have seen not.
    If a girl Bear find I do,
    put in good word for Fuzzie Bear I will.


  22. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, as Mrs Moehau Man (my robust old mum) yelled out just then “The green dwarf hath perished not in the fermenting waste! Praise be to the saints that he goeth on the high ground!”


  23. Cill says:



  24. Yoda beware monika lemon ski, she’s a troubled one. Talk a out a weakness for bad boys destroying ones life! Yikes. Poor girl will be noting but a joke for life. Notice how Holary did not in any way defend the young sister there, too! Lame that she looked the other way. Anyway…

    Tons bad boy post linked to above is really quite good stuff, well worth a read.

    And Liz while Cill is plying you with promises of boat rides, remember it was I who claimed dibs on the very first book off the press! I’m getting tingles already 😉 lol.

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  25. Darn auto correct! I have completely given up! Lol.

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  26. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, as Padawan once put it:

    Has Bloom finally fired her auto-speller? High time, it is

    Bloom’s autospell a tyrant is,
    It censors all her speeches,
    Like a bossy meddling Miz
    Her free-speech right it breaches.

    It leaves Bloom feeling unexpressed,
    And drowned out by a screecher,
    As if the damn thing is possessed
    By her old fembot teacher. XD

    I doubt we could express it much more bluntly than that, even on the rugged Coromandel.

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  27. Autocorrect Hubris

    By Bloom
    Recovering poet and general gadabout

    Blooms autocorrect is out of control
    And perhaps at times makes her look dull
    It haunts her posts like a troll
    But yet her heart is full
    Because humble pie can rightly show
    Even writers can make typos
    So post away because you know
    Her autocorrect record you’ll never overthrow!

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  28. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    In mountains you are?
    Put in good word you will?
    Happy and optimistic bear I am!


  29. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That was lso a good time to be in the Nevada Air National Guard.

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  30. JDG says:

    “So what should be done to inoculate girls against such destructive behavior”

    Bring back da Patriarchy like in the Bible. Women (and society in general) seem to do much better when under male authority in such an environment. They also seem to experience less unhappiness. Biblical Patriarchy = more sammiches = less feminism = less destructive female behavior. That’s my 2 cents anyhow.

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  31. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    How can Biblical Patriarchy=more sandwiches? When the Bible was written, it was befre sandwiches were invented. However, I am certain that the concept of sanwiches would be well recieved back then.


  32. JDG says:

    Well we know they had bread, and we know they had meat. I like to think that somebody somewhere realized that they could put the meat in the bread.

    However, even if they didn’t have sammiches, they probably had some other hamster combating procedure to assist in the deprogramming of femi-harpies.

    Here is something a clever woman put together using only ingredients mentioned in the Bible:

    Although it looks pretty good, it appears to be lacking some important ingredients also mentioned in the Bible (even if indirectly) such as rib-eye and bacon.

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  33. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t think that bacon would have gone over too well. As for beef, I think the cuts from the forquarters are kosher while the hindquarters are no-go.


  34. Cill says:

    New post up.


  35. JDG says:

    I don’t think that bacon would have gone over too well

    lol … True for the children of Israel under the old covenant, but as recorded in the NT Jesus declared all foods unclean under the new covenant (Mark 7:14-23). Still I think I agree with you. In NT times they were still getting used to the idea that the sacrificial instructions were no longer necessary. I doubt very much that bacon was very popular (if permitted at all) among the Jewish converts. The gentile converts may have been another story altogether.

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  36. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I jut saw the “breakfast, lunch, and dinner” comment. My dinner is in the oven and I am as hungry as a bear. OUCH!

    Pay attention to JDG. Sandwiches will work very well on hungry men.
    And bears

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  37. Liz says:

    Mmmmm bacon.
    Pig is pretty resource-intensive animal (specifically water-intensive).
    Kind of a bad food option in a desert culture…and likely very expensive back in the day, so it’s probably pretty unlikely the new converts to Christianity in desert regions had much access to it anyway.


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