Taming the Bad-Boy


In the last post, I described three women who hooked up with bad-boys, much to their and their children’s detriment.  It would seem that these women (and others like them) are attracted to the bad boy, but deep inside know that life with them will not be easy.  Therefore, they want to tame him.  They want to make him into a man better suited for their needs.  The attraction is there, and probably they believe that he can maintain it even after they transform him.  In essence, they want the best of both worlds.

Two questions immediately arise.  One, can this taming be done?  And second, why go this route?  Why not try to make a provider-type more tingle inducing?

First things first.  Probably taming is not really a good bet.  A person has to want to change.  And being a bad-boy has its perks, respect and power.  Why give that up?  In addition, the bad-boy type is probably not so reflective, consequently he is unlikely to decide that change is in order.  And what else will he do, other than be a bad-boy?  There are not really many visible bridges to other lifestyles.  Perhaps with age, he will mellow; but that will take a good bit of time.

Secondly, why not go the other path?  The short answer is, for many women — tingles uber alles.  They are drawn to the tingles, first and foremost.  The women probably also believe that provider types who raise their game are really just fakes, for they knew him when he was not tingle-inducing.  For whatever reason, women seem to inherently believe that bad-boy/alpha types are born and not made.

Of course not all women are like what is described above and in the previous post.  And it is probably a good thing, for if they were, civilization probably would never have gotten off the ground.

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259 comments on “Taming the Bad-Boy
  1. Yoda says:

    Mountains good toe they were.
    Back in civilization I am

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  2. Yoda says:

    Red pill girl’s àutocorrect I do have.

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  3. Yoda says:

    “Mountains good to me” it should be.

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  4. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I know that you kept an eye out. Thanks for trying to find me a single girl bear.
    Mountains good to you they are.
    Good to get away from swamp from time to time.

    I think if a boy doesn’t set off 5he tingle register right off, that’s it. It’s all over, now and forever.

    Those girls do like to take bad boys on as projects.

    In the old days, starvation was a real possibility and it was considered seriously.

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  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Following the last line of my last comment. TFM on youtube has a theory. Wherever women have won the right to vote, soxial safety net in the form of welfare have closely followed. It’s been months and no one has found an exception.
    Could welfare be there to mitigate the risk of taking on a bad boy project?
    Somebody has been doing a lot of planning.

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  6. Cillhouette says:

    Hello new post! Have you seen Moe lately?

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  7. Yoda says:

    Moe bad-boy look he does have.
    Tame him somebody can?

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  8. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Moe fails the definition of a bad boy. He has the full support and approval of his wise old Mum. I don’t think he is capable of doing anything not socially approved.

    Cillhouette,
    Tou can call me anything but, “late for dinner”.

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  9. Cillhouette says:

    I don’t think Moe can be tamed! He could love, after breaking a few hearts

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  10. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That Moehau Man! I think that he has yet to meet the Moehau Man Woman that can make pikelets to rival his dear old Mum. Until he does, there will be no Moehau Man little ones.

    Cillhouette, it’s good to see emoticons. Yours are all new to me.

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  11. Cillhouette says:

    Poor Cill out in the rian! The weather is horrible. He’s 2 hours late for lunch. He’s working to get it all done so he doesn’t have to go out there again. I’ve made lunch bigger, into adinner. He’ll be like a drowned rat out there! It has been the coldest on record for this time of year.

    He’ll want a stiff drink, which I’ve got ready. I hope he will drink it out of a glass and not ➡

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  12. Yoda says:

    Send Moe out to fetch Cill you should.

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  13. Cillhouette says:

    Do you think Moe and cill would walk in together?

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  14. Yoda says:

    Just like Superman and Clark Kent they would.

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  15. JDG says:

    1) One, can this taming be done?

    Sometimes. But then we have:
    badboy – bad = no tingles.

    2) And second, why go this route?

    Lack of foresight + tingles = badboy route.

    3) Why not try to make a provider-type more tingle inducing?

    Lack of self-discipline + tingles = badboy route

    All of that to say this:

    Lack of feminism + classy woman = sammiches

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  16. Yoda says:

    Sammiches key to the Universe they are.

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  17. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    JDG,
    Out of all the options, the only one that works for men involves sandwiches.
    I think Cillhouette got the hint.

    Cillhouette,
    Drinking booze straight from the bottle is not that bad. Drinking milk from the carton is and anyone who does this has been alone too long.

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  18. Cillhouette says:

    I must take my leave of you fine gentlemen. Thank you for having me!

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  19. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cillhouette,
    It was great to have your company and I am glad for it!
    Also, it’s good to see emoticons again
    Yay for dancing sandwiches! One for each paw!
    “burrito: 🌯 🌯

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  20. Choicy says:

    Confound it I missed her.

    I think you jokers might be beginning to get a glimmer of what I see in this family. Fair dinkum they would charm the leg off an iron pot, mates. It’s not a put on, either, they are like that *all the time*, mothers, aunts, the whole shebang. Gawd help me, it’s as much as a digger can do to keep his sanity in such company. Struth I should take a cold shower, my mates.

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  21. Choicy says:

    I would be interested to know which sister “Cillhouette” is. Either of them would be more than alright for this digger, mate. 😉 Struth I better stop raving before my mate Cillo arrives with us here. He’s protective of his sisters and he knows where I live…

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  22. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Choicy,
    It’s a good thing that boys can’t get pregnant. There’s no way any of of us can say “no” to that bunch. They’re too sweet!
    It must be hard for you to go back to the back of beyond after visiting.

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  23. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Choicy,
    I’m certain Cillhouette is Cill’s Sister #1. That was her previous handle. I don’t remember hearing from #2.

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  24. Choicy says:

    Thnaks for that info, Fuzzie. However, mate, there’s no seniority between them. There’s not much difference in age. Sister #1 might be which one of them commented first. You’re probably right, mate, Cillhouette is probably the older of the 2.

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  25. Choicy says:

    Anyways mates, this digger has to return to hard labor. It’s the middle of the day and there’s heaps to do. See you later mates.

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  26. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Choicy,
    I have to take that back. We did hear from Cill’s Sister #2 but, it was all too brief.

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  27. molly says:

    Fuzzie and Choicy, Cillhouette is the older sister. She sent me the codes for her emoticons. Cool! The jigging sandwiches have approx 360 characters of code (incl. a few spaces)

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  28. molly says:

    Even the mighty Sumo can’t make them dance, eh:

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  29. Sumo says:

    The Mighty Sumo only dances the Dance of Death.

    Seriously. That’s a thing. Skip to 2:05 to see it uninterrupted.

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  30. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Dancing Sammiches impressive they are.
    Do this I cannot.
    But Yoda can.

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  31. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I love the dancing sandwiches. One for each paw!

    Molly,
    I hope that you didn’t key in all that code by hand.
    🌯 🌯 🌯 🐻 🙄

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  32. Yoda says:

    Mrs. Yoda making a sammich she is.
    Dance it will

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  33. Yoda says:

    Perhaps sammiches key to taming bad-boys they are.

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  34. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Perhaps sammiches key to taming bad boys they are?”
    Very helpful in modifying attitude of cranky bears sandwiches would be.
    Bears always hungry they are.

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  35. molly says:

    “Dance it will”
    Can you show us it dance Yoda? Please? XD

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  36. Yoda says:

    Can you show us it dance Yoda? Please?

    Bandwidth from Degoba insufficient for this but is.

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  37. molly says:

    Cool moves in your video Sumo! 🙂
    Imagine them putting those moves on Jar Jar Lol:

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  38. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Play by play coverage give I can.
    Doing backflips they are
    Now doing.
    Cartwheeling now they are.
    Separating and coming together happening it is.

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  39. Yoda says:

    “but” should be “it”

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  40. molly says:

    Mrs Y here’s one of my tricks

    Can yours match that?
    (heh heh)

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  41. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Mrs. Yoda, you are making me dizzy with the thought of it.
    “Please, sandwich, stay in one place. So, I may bite you!

    Dancing with swords. It can’t be too far removed from martial arts.

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  42. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    Cillhouette is so gracious! She gave you her emoticons. They’re all fun and new to me.

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  43. molly says:

    “Please, sandwich, stay in one place. So, I may bite you!”

    Fuzzie set it as your desktop! XD
    I picture your head nodding as they go up and down. Lol!

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  44. molly says:

    You would be too impatient and bite the screen! 😛

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  45. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    It would be very embarassing to try to explain that when I tried to return the screen under warranty.
    We’re having a lot of fun here. It’s a shame that Cill is missing out. Did he do himself in with too much work?

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  46. molly says:

    I forgot about him! I’ll find out 😐

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  47. molly says:

    He just finished showering after work and is going to eat the lamb roast Cillhouette left him. 🙂

    All is ewll! Yay!

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  48. Yoda says:

    Moe come in with him he did?

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  49. molly says:

    Coola coola coola coola coola coola cool!

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  50. molly says:

    Race to eat lamb between Cill and Moe there will be!
    Hahahahahaha!!
    lol
    Yaya yo!

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  51. Yoda says:

    Moe club he has.
    Win confrontation he might.

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  52. molly says:

    Lose against 12 guage shotgun Moe’s club it might tho

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  53. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Work hard Moe and Cill did. Put off lunch by many hours. Beyond hungry they must be. Upon eating lamb sleepy they will be.

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  54. molly says:

    What is the time in Dagobah?

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  55. molly says:

    Then he will have the “stiff drink” she left him and he will sleep.. or wake right up!
    (heh heh)

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  56. Cill says:

    Well I’m here. A bit too late for you American lot I guess.

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  57. molly says:

    Not too late for me tho! 🙂

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  58. molly says:

    You killed the thread cuz lol

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  59. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    I’m still here but, not for long. Sleepy I am.

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  60. Cill says:

    Well Fuzzy I’m not surprised. It’s coming up 2:30 a.m. in your neck of the woods. Time for you to sleep.

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  61. Cill says:

    I’ll let you sleep Fuzzy. It’s only 6:30 pm Friday here. I’ll listen to music. I have a ginormous homemade sound system. I’m a fan of J.S. Bach. I might do some howling on the cliff later, with Dog.

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  62. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    Maybe get someone else involved too?

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  63. Tarnished says:

    Two questions immediately arise.  One, can this taming be done?  And second, why go this route?  Why not try to make a provider-type more tingle inducing?

    Question 3:
    Why do some find badboys to be non-tingles inducing, and how to spread this to others?

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  64. BuenaVista says:

    Hypnotic: Light, Shadow and Surfing Down Under.

    http://www.fubiz.net/tv/the-light-therapy/

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  65. Sumo says:

    Why do some find badboys to be non-tingles inducing, and how to spread this to others?

    HERESY!!!!!!!

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  66. I have always been skeptical of bad boys. Not that I have not been wrong about some of the boys I have chosen. But the obvious bad boy types I do steer clear of. I am not sure why except they just seem like guaranteed heartbreak. I have been puzzled when I see friends go for guys who seem like a sure fire bad bet, but I have learned there is no talking them out of it. But in every case it ends in disaster. I don’t know why they can’t see it going in? And taming a bad boy? Also not a good bet. People seldom change and certainly not if they themselves don’t want to. I can think of one example of a good bad boy – Clark Gable in Gone with the Wind. The bad boy with a heart of gold. Now that I think of it perhaps that is the draw/fantasy? That she will be special enough to change him, to capture his heart?

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  67. I never understood why Scarlett was so hung up on Ashley, tho? Maybe he was the epitome of the southern aristocrat?

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  68. Oops I mean Rhett Butler above!

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  69. JDG says:

    I would like to visit the great Down Under. Are the women disrespectful and often hostile to men like they are here? More to the point, do they make sammiches?

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  70. JDG says:

    Oops I mean Rhett Butler above!

    Most women are hung up on the Rhett Butlers of the world. This applies across cultures and time alike. The Rhett Butlers never have problems getting sammiches (unless they haven’t been invented yet).

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  71. Tarnished says:

    Wasn’t Rhett the one who threw Scarlett over his shoulder and had his way with her? 😕
    Seems weird that so many women want this type of man…Unless she was doing some idiotic “ultimate shit test”…

    *rubs temple in confusion*

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  72. Liz says:

    It was a shit test.
    She wanted him to throw her over his shoulder and have his way this her.
    Their relationship was complicated. 😛

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  73. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It’s a little hard to understand what Rhett saw in Scarlett. Vain, vapid, and superficial.
    Also notice that while Ashley put on a uniform, Rhett didn’t.

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  74. Liz says:

    Very strange because she used some weird “dread game” (or whatever) with Ashley too. Completely ruined her own life. Typical cray cray.

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  75. JDG says:

    Seems weird that so many women want this type of man

    It may be weird, but it is normal. The woman who doesn’t want this type of man is in the minority. They’ll never admit it, but their own behavior and entertainment choices betray them. That’s why the Rhett Butlers always have sammich makers on hand, and this when good sammich makers are hard to find.

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  76. Tarnished says:

    JDG,

    Between your comment, plus Liz’s and Fuzzie’s, I’m reminded of just how shallow and moronic this story was. It’s like a Facebook drama from ages past… 😟

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  77. Liz says:

    Which male character did you like best in the movie, Tarn?

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  78. Liz says:

    Actually, the beta (Ashley) in the movie (and book) got all the sandwiches and was married to a truly great lady. Rhett stuck to hookers and his wife was a complete cunt.

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  79. Liz says:

    To be honest, I’ve always like the story Gone With the Wind (I read the novel twice, it’s 500 times better than the movie). I’ve also wondered if the author (Margaret Mitchell) based the character of Scarlet on herself. In the book she was a good looking girl, but not beautiful…but very adept at manipulation and men saw her as beautiful. She was willful and completely self-absorbed, and this kept her from happiness. She was paired up with a man who was equally self-absorbed, at least at first. He was actually a pretty good husband to her but she was a horror of a wife. In the end, the self-absorbed people lost.

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  80. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I didn’t see the movie until I was over thirty and once was enough. I just couldn’t understand why Ted Turner bought all of MGM to get his hands on this film.

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  81. JDG says:

    I’m thinking that “betas” back in those days had more status than today, and thus were likely more attractive to the average sammich maker than their more contemporary counterparts.

    That being said I’m not sure that Ashley wasn’t an “alpha” in his own right. I say this while acknowledging that the human male social pecking order in relation to the Greek alphabet is no where near my area of expertise.

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  82. Liz says:

    Betas definitely had more status, JDG I’m certain you are right. All men did, just for being men.
    And Ashley wasn’t beta as a man, but he was beta by “sphere” standards (his way with women…particularly Scarlet).

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  83. Cill says:

    “Girlfriend Changes Man Into Someone She’s Not Interested In”
    JAWB.

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  84. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    JDG,
    As recently as the early sixties all men had more status and beta men much more so. That women were able to pursue short term relationships via contraception changed all of it. Hard to imagine how that negates the ability to provide a home, with a kitchen to make sandwiches in.

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  85. Tarnished says:

    JDG,

    Yeah…the manosphere as a whole tends to try and fit every behavior pattern into either Alpha or Beta (Zeta every once in a while), whilst claiming the former is almost universally better than the latter. It’s one of the issues I have with it. Men (or women, for that matter) are rarely so black and white…we all have shades of gray going on in us, unless we’re an incredibly vapid specimen.

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  86. Tarnished says:

    Which male character did you like best in the movie, Tarn?

    Honestly, Liz, I wasn’t very enamored with any of them. If I had to choose, I’d go with Ashley, but he was frustrating because while he saw the way the world “should be” he did little to try and *make* it that way.

    My favorite character was Melanie, likely because I identified very much with her personality type.

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  87. Tarnished says:

    It’s been a good number of years since I last saw the movie though…As Fuzzie said, once was basically enough.

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  88. Yoda says:

    I’m reminded of just how shallow and moronic this story was. It’s like a Facebook drama from ages past

    Insightful this is.
    Also funny it would be.

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  89. Yoda says:

    From Onion story this is,

    After two and a half years of subtle prodding and manipulation, Jill Nickles has finally molded boyfriend Brendan Eiler into the sort of man in whom she’s not interested.

    Jill Nickles and Brendan Eiler.
    “When I first met Brendan, he was a guitarist for [local rock band] The Heavy Petters, and I couldn’t take my eyes off him,” said Nickles, 28. “I used to go to Tramp’s every Thursday night just to watch him play. He wasn’t even the most handsome guy in the world, but he just had this mystique, this air of danger about him. He was really exciting. It’s too bad he’s not like that anymore.”

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  90. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    While the story is from The Onion, there is more than a ring of truth to it. Do women know that they are sabotaging their own attraction for their SOs?
    Perhaps, I am getting tired of hearing all this.

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  91. Tarnished says:

    Here, Fuzzie.
    It’s not a funny animal video but at least it’s not sad…

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  92. Tarnished says:

    Insightful this is.
    Also funny it would be.

    I was just thinking how Liz said the aforementioned relationship was “complicated” and recalled you can also have that as a status on Facebook…*sigh*

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  93. I might do a red pill breakdown of Gone with the Wind. Like Liz, I really like the story. It’s funny how differently I see Ashley and Melanie than some, I found them both to be way too incredibly goody two shoes. Scarlett was indeed vain, self absorbed, and manipulative but there was something I found very lovable about her even so. Her spunk, I guess. Not that I admire how she married for convenience the first two times and some of her other less admirable decisions. I thought Rhett saw her for who she truly was, and loved her for it. She didn’t give him time of day until shtf and he saved her and Melanie’s lives by getting them out of Atlanta in ruins. She held things together at Tara and did what needed done, and I think finally realized Rhett was her true love. They were happy and happily married until the death of their little girl. Rhett threw her over his shoulder bc she was denying him his marital perks, which again I think was justified. I guess I sat Scarlett and Rhett as flawed but still lovable characters. Real. Most women are far more like Scarlett than Melanie, or maybe I am projecting. 😉

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  94. Cill says:

    Can you imagine listening to this one, standing on the edge of a cliff, overlooking the mighty Pacific? Behind you, all windows are open and a massive stereo pumps sound-waves of such power, they threaten to blast you into the stars? The only high to match it is that of beating extreme physical danger.

    It’s just as well I have no neighbours. Many times I have stood there swaying in the sound, sawing the air like an idiot.

    We can enjoy great music in the company of the gods and charge ourselves with celestial power. It’s the only experience I know that is directly divine.

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  95. BuenaVista says:

    “Wasn’t Rhett the one who threw Scarlett over his shoulder and had his way with her?
    Seems weird that so many women want this type of man…”

    “I’m reminded of just how shallow and moronic this story was…”

    And “50 Shades” has outsold every novel in the history of Britain. It does run #2 to the Bible.

    Basically, it’s impossible to understand American society, or western SMP behavior, without respecting the insights provided by “Gone with the Wind.”

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  96. Tarnished says:

    As revolting an image as it might be, 50 Shades reads like porn written by a 11 year old. It’s frickin terrible… 😦

    Then again, you write a book with sex in it that even a person with an IQ of 70 can comprehend, and that’s pretty much what sells these days. Pathetic.

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  97. Tarnished says:

    Most women are far more like Scarlett than Melanie, or maybe I am projecting.

    Perhaps a little, but you’re probably right. Most aren’t like Melanie…but that’s why I liked her so much. It’s difficult to find a character like yourself if you’re a “goody two-shoes”. Remember, who has a Psycho score of 0? 😉

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  98. Liz says:

    Melanie was a saint, but I think most men would be more attracted to Scarlet (yes, even her personality).

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  99. Liz says:

    From a local gossip columnist, who wrote under the name Polly Peachtree, described Margaret Mitchell’s love life in a 1922 column:

    “…she has in her brief life, perhaps, had more men really, truly ‘dead in love’ with her, more honest-to-goodness suitors than almost any other girl in Atlanta.”

    I think it’s pretty likely that Mitchell’s character Scarlet was based a little on herself.

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  100. Liz says:

    People don’t like to say it around the sphere, but it’s pretty clear (from what I’ve seen) that men have a similar “thing” for crazy, unstable women that women have for “bad boys”. Maybe it’s the emotional rush, the thrill, not sure, but I know those emotionally unstable women are a big draw for some reason (crazy/hot matrix I guess).

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  101. Sumo says:

    Mostly because crazy chicks are, generally speaking, fantastic in the sack.

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  102. Tarnished says:

    People don’t like to say it around the sphere, but it’s pretty clear (from what I’ve seen) that men have a similar “thing” for crazy, unstable women that women have for “bad boys”.

    Yeah, they absolutely do. There’s the good women who are excellent for LTRS but are nicer, not flashy, generally quieter or maybe shy/bookish with low N counts. Then there’s the…how to put it…women you don’t take home to meet your parents.

    NAMALT applies, of course.

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  103. Yoda says:

    but it’s pretty clear (from what I’ve seen) that men have a similar “thing” for crazy, unstable women that women have for “bad boys”.

    Less so I do think

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  104. Yoda says:

    but it’s pretty clear (from what I’ve seen) that men have a similar “thing” for crazy, unstable women that women have for “bad boys”.

    Perhaps little choice they do have.

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  105. Tarnished says:

    Yoda,

    I hypothesize that beta men and good women have a difficult time finding each other because they/we each tend towards introverted personality types. One manosphere blogger, can’t recall who at the moment, had a really great post regarding this phenomenon. Basically, those who put themselves out there the most (cray cray women, bad boys, other extroverts) are naturally the most noticed, to the exclusion of nearly everyone else.

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  106. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    About “crazy”, I have heard that they make better sexual partners. Perhaps it’s that there are fewer inhibitions?

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  107. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    The way Roosh V is getting Canadian feminists all riled up, they may put him in jail for protective custody. We would need to form a tem to bust him out that would hit them from four directions.
    While I thank you for your excellent selection…

    As for hitting them from four directions, I wish that I could find that clip from “The Santa Clause” where elf commandoes bust out Tim Allen. That was funny.

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  108. Tarnished says:

    Ugh. Roosh can stay in Canada, he’s gross and a sexual deviant. (In his infamous Bang books he talks about forcibly holding down his partners when they say “no” and try to move/explain they’re uncomfortable/in pain during sex. Maybe some would say that’s only “rough sex”…but sounds really disgusting and at least partially nonconsensual to me.)
    Sorry, Sumo…he’s yours for now.

    Perhaps it’s that there are fewer inhibitions?

    Probably, Fuzzie.
    But remember…there’s bad crazy and good crazy. Good crazy will be open to trying new positions, toys, and make sure it’s a memorable time for all. Bad crazy will burn their vaginas by trying to use the hot-sauce coated jizz from your condom to entrap you and steal your money.

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  109. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    I haven’t read his books but, I gobble up his anti-feminist essays.I hte to say it but, he is the only one that is making the fembots crazy right now. I like the idea of making them crazy.

    Hot sauce? Has someone been listening to Tom Leykis? I think that was his idea to put hot sauce on disposed condoms. That may not be crazy. We really need a male contraceptive.

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  110. Tarnished says:

    Fuzzie,

    Honestly, I think Roosh caters a lot to his audience and some of what he claims is just hot air/alpha chest thumping. He’s just a horrible book author with very “eh?” ideas… 😛

    I do indeed listen to Leykis from time to time. However did you guess? 😉

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  111. Cill says:

    Fuzzy you like the William Tell Overture! Fair enough. I like the Bruch and Bach, and music I’d describe as celestial. I love rock and heavy metal, but it’s the music of the world, not the gods. Our first experience of the beat comes to us en ventre sa mere, from someone else’s heartbeat. It just happens, like going through puberty or getting old. That’s why it’s ubiquitous.

    Our first experience of celestial music comes to us from a place than which nothing greater can be reached. It can’t happen unless we do the reaching. That’s why we burst with pride when we manage to rub shoulders with greatness in that awesome, transcendent place.

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  112. Yoda says:

    Need another excerpt from Liz’s series of books we do

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  113. Yoda says:

    Moe make in from the storm he did?

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  114. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    There is a youtuber called MGTOW Trucker that has set that Leykis episode to his dashcam.
    That a women would try to make herself pregnant by salvaging sperm from thrown away condom is not crazy. It’s desperate. Putting hot sauce on it is wicked.

    Cill,
    It might be that I l9ke the Lone Ranger. In the last century, the best patron of classical music has been Hollywood.

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  115. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, hunkered down in me cave I am

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  116. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It is good to be in your own cave.

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  117. molly says:

    Yoohoo! It’s only me dropping in to leave some sammies. 🙂
    Give one to Mrs Y, as she hasn’t eaten a good sammie for years 😉
    Lol

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  118. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    Dancing sandwiches!!! You have to tell Mrs. Yoda how you make them dance. I get the feeling that Yoda is keeping a secret from her.
    🌯 🌯 🌯 🐻 🙄

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  119. molly says:

    Put them on a board and toss them like pancakes 😉
    heh heh

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  120. Tarnished says:

    That a women would try to make herself pregnant by salvaging sperm from thrown away condom is not crazy. It’s desperate.

    Also would be funny as hell if she kept attempting to do it to a vasectomized guy…

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  121. JDG says:

    Melanie was a saint, but I think most men would be more attracted to Scarlet (yes, even her personality).

    Unfortunately this was true for me in my younger years. I eventually realized that left to my own devices I was incapable of choosing a proper mate. It took a little longer to realize that “proper mates” are a very rare commodity here in the US, kind of like a really good sammich.

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  122. Cill says:

    Tarn
    .
    >:D
    Wahahaha!

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  123. Yoda says:

    It took a little longer to realize that “proper mates” are a very rare commodity here in the US, kind of like a really good sammich.

    Perhaps a causation here there is.
    Mrs. Yoda two sammiches for me today she did.make.
    Does a body good these do.

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  124. Sumo says:

    Work for an artisan sammich maker, The Mighty Sumo does.
    Only for sex does he need wimminfolk.
    A lesson for other men, this might be.

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  125. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    Wasn’t there a story on Leykis from a caller who kept his vasectomy a secret while she kept threatening to take him to court and sue for paternaty?

    Yoda,
    Why did she make you these sandwiches? She didn’t want you to go hungry. She respects your boday as an extension of her own. Like the Bible says, you’re one flesh.

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  126. Tarnished says:

    Unfortunately this was true for me in my younger years. I eventually realized that left to my own devices I was incapable of choosing a proper mate.

    Many young men and women have this problem, they do. Should be taught better by their elders, yes?

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  127. Tarnished says:

    Fuzzie,

    Yeah. Hysterical, that one was. Trying to get pregnant from blanks doesn’t usually work, eh? 😈

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  128. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    We can’t be talking about the same person. The one that I am remembering had a vasectomy and his girlfriend got pregnant. I guess that she liked him best because she was all over him threating with paternaty suits and the whole thing.
    Tes, she had to like him best.
    Oops!

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  129. Tarnished says:

    Yeah, same guy Fuzzie.
    She claimed it was his even though his tadpoles couldn’t swim. Obviously didn’t work when he proved he’d gotten snipped a long time ago, and there was no way it was his…

    Like I said, trying to get pregnant from blanks doesn’t work. 😛

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  130. Cill says:

    Or the girlfriend thought he had more money, Fuzzy. There was also the case of an already pregnant woman who went onto Facebook to select a father for her child. From what I recall she selected a scientist bloke, without his knowledge, and he was ordered to pay maintenance.

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  131. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    She liked him best. I didn’t say why she liked hik best. It is awful that child support is calculated based on a man’s income and there is no oversight to see that it is spent on the child.

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  132. Cill says:

    Do you know of the case I’m talking about, where an already pregnant women decided to nominate a father after the event? And he was ordered to pay maintenance just on the word of that woman to Social Welfare?

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  133. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    I don’t know about that one in particular but, it seems that Facebook has got to be the go to source for false accusations. It looks like a whole lot.
    I need to delete my account.

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  134. Cill says:

    “I need to delete my [Facebook] account”
    Do that. So should we all.

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  135. Cill says:

    Richard McCaw, number 7, seriously one of the greatest sportsmen of all time.

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  136. Liz says:

    “Unfortunately this was true for me in my younger years.”

    I think most men are attracted to girls like that. The broody, edgy, crazy chick is kind of like guy crack. It’ biology, I’m sure (endorphins) They’ll put you on a big big high and a big big low that makes you crave that high again. But per the topic…it really isn’t that different. Men want “good” crazy (crazy fun, not psycho I’m going to boil your cat…in other words, just the right amount of crazy), women want just the right amount of “bad”.

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  137. Liz says:

    I knew a woman who picked the richest one of her string of boyfriends as “the father” when she got pregnant. But he was entitled to a blood test to prove paternity. Without proof, he didn’t have to pay. It gets more complicated with live-in relationships if the man is officially tricked and supports the child and then paternity is contested later. Often (usually, maybe even always) the judge will make the “father” continue to support the child…not sure about the real bio father in those types of instances.

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  138. Liz says:

    Per “choosing a proper mate” and elders, I’m on the fence. My Dad (I guess he’d be the ultimate say in a patriarchy) loved Mike, my Mom didn’t want me to marry him (thought he was “too handsome”).
    Mike’s parents didn’t want him to marry me, they wanted him to marry his ex (very crazy, in a very very bad way…broody, moody, unpleasant social irritant but she did put out so there’s that). I think they thought I was too young, pretty, slutty (they didn’t know me, just guessed because Mike wanted to marry after a couple of weeks and he’d dated the last girl for three years and never even gave her a drawer at his apartment…wow! I must’ve known some tricks!).

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  139. Liz says:

    Fwiw, his ex did stuff I’ll never do.
    Obviously sex is better with me (shameless self-plug) but it’s not because I’m uber “experimental”. She was pretty nasty.

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  140. Liz says:

    Hm. Messed up with the brackets up there.

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  141. Liz says:

    “shameless self-plug”

    That was kind of an unintentionally funny double-entendre.

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  142. Sumo says:

    I think I remember the dude you speak of, Cill. If it’s the same one I’m thinking of, the real kicker was that he is gay, and he was all “Who in their right fucking mind is going to believe that I’m the father!?”

    I guess the answer to his question was……the judge who ordered him to pay for the kid.

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  143. Liz says:

    Pimpin’ Ma Hoes
    Chapter 2, Tyrone, third person:

    Tyler: “Gi’me 3 packets of condoms.”

    Cashier: “Do you need a paper bag with that, sir?”

    Tyler: “Nah…She’s purty good lookin’…..”

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  144. BuenaVista says:

    “Crazy” can mean many things, not all of which are bad. It can mean she’s a rule-breaker, that she speaks her mind, that she’s very smart, that she’s uninhibited, that she’s surprising and socially dominant — in short, she’s alpha and the opposite of your sixth grade teacher or mom. “Crazy” keeps you on your toes, eyes alert. And I’ve never met a woman with a few of those qualities who was sexually unskilled or lazy.

    I also wonder if the adjective “crazy” is applied to women more frequently by other women.

    I was raised by a clinically ill person, and briefly married to one. But “crazy” is not the term that comes to mind for either.

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  145. Liz says:

    ““Crazy” can mean many things, not all of which are bad. It can mean she’s a rule-breaker, that she speaks her mind, that she’s very smart, that she’s uninhibited, that she’s surprising and socially dominant — in short, she’s alpha and the opposite of your sixth grade teacher or mom. “Crazy” keeps you on your toes, eyes alert. And I’ve never met a woman with a few of those qualities who was sexually unskilled or lazy.”

    “Bad” can mean many things, too BV. 🙂

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  146. BuenaVista says:

    “Quit it some more, baby.”

    Yeah, so what with female sexual competitiveness (which is intergenerational as well as intra-), a sexualized culture, female sexual entitlement, and third-wave sex-pozzie/”the personal is political”, as a single man I’m all for encouraging “good girls” to fully express their “bad girl” ambitions. I get better selfies that way.

    I have a visitor next weekend. She’s a linguistics Ph.D. and MBA (i.e., a Good Girl). However, I know what lingerie she wears (La Perla). We transitioned on from that and now I know how she grooms and what her new boobs look like (i.e., she’s been a Very Bad Girl with the phone this week).

    Yet she’s bringing some homemade pappardelle and asked me to butcher some rabbit so she can make her favorite pasta dish for me (Good Girl).

    Thursday she asked if I understood she preferred submission (Bad Girl) and we discussed the utility of two v. three functional orifices (Very, Very Bad Girl it seems).

    Yesterday we were discussing the amygdala v. cortex wrestling match, and the utility of Jungian analysis v. Freudian (Good Girl, if a bit long-winded on the therapy b.s.).

    So, a guy could get whiplash. Sure, she has some Daddy issues (thankfully) but I wouldn’t call her crazy. In fact, there may be stronger evidence that I’m the crazy one. But I’m in the country, a man’s gotta import.

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  147. Liz says:

    You’re the bad one, BV, she’s the crazy. Get your gender dynamics straight. 😛

    Good luck with the import!

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  148. BuenaVista says:

    Speaking of the enduring power of the Rhett/Scarlett thing, with my most sincere apologies:

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  149. Liz says:

    I think of “bad” crazy as kind of inconsistent behavior.
    For example, Mike’s ex would engage in all this super-weird shit but was paradoxically super-offended by things that were relatively normal. Like…don’t you dare eat at Hooter’s restaurant, that’s a den of sin kind of way. Masturbation is cheating. Using the hand with fellatio. No humor either. Ever. She was most offended when he’d ask for something like cookies. Very bizarre.

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  150. Liz says:

    LOL! BV! 😀

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  151. Liz says:

    I mean NO using the hand with fellatio above. She thought only hookers did that. And she was awful at it.

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  152. BuenaVista says:

    Nah, if I were truly bad Liz, I’d suggest that Mrs. Smith (who’s currently in the penalty box) also fly out ‘unexpectedly’ and join us. But that’s really a Ton play and I’m not at that level. Two hyper-sexualized, intellectual crazies with Daddy issues. I might wind up sleeping in the garage with the doors locked.

    I have informed the Bulgarian (the La Perla enthusiast with the new boobs) that I would reconsider marriage when I can legally have 2-3 wives. All in good fun, of course. She said, “How would that work?” I didn’t give her enough credit, it seems.

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  153. BuenaVista says:

    “She thought only hookers did that.”

    “Precisely,” he said, one eyebrow raised. “Any other questions?”

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  154. Liz says:

    “Only the good ones!”

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  155. BuenaVista says:

    “Look, I appreciate the purity of purpose. But I don’t have an hour.”

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  156. BuenaVista says:

    “Just let me check for hangnails and we’ll be good to go.”

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  157. BuenaVista says:

    “Life is full of little innovations, isn’t it. Why I know a chick who puts a video (continuous-looping) of Kate Upton cat-dancing while she does her husband.

    “There’s a lot you could do with that concept. Chloe Sevigny comes to mind.”

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  158. Liz says:

    BV is on a roll. 😀
    Do you like Chloe Sevigny?
    She’s going to be in a movie with MY favorite girl, Kate Beckinsale. Release date is next year. A period piece, Love and Friendship. 🙂

    Going to try to torture my foot and go for a run on the mill now.

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  159. BuenaVista says:

    Chloe Sevigny might typify the phenomenon I see: upscale women who want to prove they can do it like Sasha Grey (cf., “Brown Bunny” live sex scene). Fortunately it doesn’t make me squeamish any longer. (Except with the married ones.) Though I draw the line at videos. There ain’t going to be any videos of BV.

    I’m on the iron two hours a day, four days a week (M-T, Th-F), so all I’m going to do exercise-wise today is harvest some tomatoes, eat a couple of ribeyes, and drink.

    Oh, and walk to the Farmer’s Market. Now.

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  160. Liz says:

    Hope you have a nice, relaxing afternoon, BV. 🙂

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  161. Tarnished says:

    I mean NO using the hand with fellatio above. She thought only hookers did that.

    😂😂😂😂😂😂
    What else did she think “only hookers do”?
    Reverse cowgirl?
    Prostate massage with vibrators?
    Watching/reading porn together?
    Having sex anywhere other than the bedroom?

    She sounds like an unimaginative, bitchy lump of a person.

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  162. Liz says:

    “What else did she think “only hookers do”?
    Reverse cowgirl?
    Prostate massage with vibrators?
    Watching/reading porn together?
    Having sex anywhere other than the bedroom?”

    No, she was good with most of those things…most of what you’d see in German porn too in fact (unlike me, hygiene wasn’t her thing).
    She just objected to some of the normal stuff. It was truly weird.
    I could go on, but people would probably lose their appetites. She definitely had sex in places other than the bedroom but one of her less-weird-but-slightly-weird fetishes was sex in other people’s beds (like, when they didn’t know it…I always thought that was really rude).

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  163. Tarnished says:

    So…kinky, but in all the wrong ways. Odd. 😕

    And yeah, that’s a less harmful/gross fetish than others I’ve heard of, but definitely rude.

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  164. Liz says:

    “She sounds like an unimaginative, bitchy lump of a person.”

    Yes, she was. She’d do all that without a smile.

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  165. Tarnished says:

    Wow. No thanks.
    I can see a few good reasons regarding why Mike dumped her ass.

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  166. Liz says:

    “that’s a less harmful/gross fetish than others I’ve heard of…

    I purposely left those out, Tarn. 😛
    Funny thing is, she checked all the metaphorical boxes on paper as being a good lay. Put out every day? Check. Easily orgasmic? Check. Does kinky stuff? Spontaneous and doesn’t need to shower before? Check check. But she was still a shitty lay.

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  167. Liz says:

    Just thinking further, I think that general pleasantness, desire to please, enthusiasm, and just agreeability were what were lacking. She’d demand he pay for “his share” of her birth control pills (eight dollars a month, four dollars from him). It wasn’t the money, but the attitude….especially since he took her out and paid for everything all of the time. On paper, I’m pretty prudy compared to her, and nowhere near as orgasmic. But, I DO like to please, and I’m far far more concerned with his general happiness.

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  168. Tarnished says:

    Well, isn’t that how it’s supposed to work, in theory? If you’re concerned about his happiness and he’s concerned about your happiness, then together you’ll both have mutually assured satisfaction. That’s what a partnership of any kind is meant to entail, or so I was taught.

    P.S.- Nice to hear she was also a financial leech. Gods, but she sounds like a winner whinner. It’s a wonder that your husband didn’t stay single after her.

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  169. Liz says:

    As a side note, I really have to learn more pop cultural references.
    Looked up Chloe Sevigny and a bunch of porn sites popped up. I had no idea!
    The only place I’d seen her or heard of her was on Big Love.

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  170. Cill says:

    It’s no fun… sex with someone you don’t like. She was a lousy lay because he didn’t like her.

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  171. Cill says:

    …and the fact that she was on for anything would only make it worse.

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  172. Liz says:

    You’re probably right, Cill.

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  173. Liz says:

    She probably sensed it, too, which made her perpetually displeased and bitchy. Heaven!

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  174. Cill says:

    “She probably sensed it, too”
    …which made her on for even more.

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  175. Cill says:

    When I was in my teens I was more easily manipulated than I am now. I encountered a woman like Mike’s first wife. She was always the initiator of contact and sex. The last time I screwed her I started to feel disgust and in a state of 2 minds I finished the act which made me disgusted with myself. Disgust all round. I still feel pissed off at myself when I think about it. It puts me in a bad mood. However this is the first time I’ve talked about it and it makes me a bit happier.

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  176. Liz says:

    Sorry, Cill! 😦
    Fwiw, he didnt’ marry her, Cill (thank God, the pressure for that was definitely on). They were exclusive for three years though.

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  177. Cill says:

    Don’t be sorry! Nothing for you to be sorry for. This is between me and myself. I’m making it sound like more of a big deal than it really was. I’ve gone through pissed off -> talking about it. Definitely feel better, so thanks. 🙂

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  178. Cill says:

    Now y’all know why I howl at the moon with Dog until I’m Horse XD

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  179. Yoda says:

    Trying to get pregnant from blanks doesn’t usually work, eh?

    Canadian you are?

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  180. Tarnished says:

    Always being the initiator *can* be frustrating and feel like a type of rejection after a while, but it doesn’t sound like this was what their issue. Less of “I love you and want to show it physically through sharing of pleasure” and more of “Look, I have an On Demand pussy. No way you’re gonna leave and give this up, boy.”

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  181. Cill says:

    I wouldn’t like anyone to think a man could dislike a woman for the reason that she initiates sex or is “on for anything”. The woman I’m talking about was a bitch like Mike’s first LTR. When she revealed her nasty side, I started to dislike her. The more I disliked her the harder she tried and revealed more of her nasty side. She was so much like Mike’s bitch that I’m almost wondering if they were the same woman.

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  182. Liz says:

    “She was so much like Mike’s bitch that I’m almost wondering if they were the same woman.”

    How old was she, Cill? Was she a mechanical engineer? 🙂

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  183. Cill says:

    She was American, in her early 30s at the time. She’d be about 44 now.

    “mechanical engineer?”
    Could have been. For me it was just sex. For her it was ownership. I did my best to stay right out of her life apart from the sex.

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  184. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    What you may be going through is the ability to forgive your younger self.
    After reading a few of these comments, as bears go, I’m pretty innocent. Maybe, that is a good thing. It kept me out of the clutches of Mike’s ex, or some equivelent.

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  185. Liz says:

    Holy shit. I think Mike’s ex is 44!

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  186. Cill says:

    Strewth. Does Mike know where she lived and who she was screwing when she was 32?

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  187. Liz says:

    I don’t think so, Cill. Did her first name start with a T? Okay, okay, Tracie, her name was Tracie….

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  188. Sumo says:

    Six Degrees of Crazy Ass Sex. Awesome. 😀

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  189. Cill says:

    Fuzzy I’d rather be innocent than have some of the memories I’ve got. I’ve been too much of an adventurer, I’m afraid.

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  190. Cill says:

    Liz, it started with a T but not Tracie.

    Sumo I have to hand it to you, bro. You’re bad-ass consistent 😀

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  191. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    I am thinking that “T” for Twazy was much older than you. Maybe, twice your age. Not only was she using you as a toy for sex, she had to be playing with your head. The power dynamic is not normal.

    Liz,
    What you said about Mike not giving her a drawer after three years speaks volumes.

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  192. Yoda says:

    “Drama oriented cray-cray exciting chicks” tamed they can be?

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  193. Liz says:

    Yeah I figured just the T left it too open-ended. It was sure to be a Tiffany or Tammy (those are crazy chick names).

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  194. Cill says:

    It’s interesting how many coincidences there are, though, including the fact that you’ve just guessed her name 😉

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  195. Cill says:

    I’m laughing my head off… the name staring back at me from the screen…

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  196. Tarnished says:

    “Drama oriented cray-cray exciting chicks” tamed they can be?

    Only to the same extent that Bad Boys can be…

    Fuzzy I’d rather be innocent than have some of the memories I’ve got. I’ve been too much of an adventurer, I’m afraid.

    This is likely the reason the Mormon-esque community near Bloom insists on virginity for both husband and wife before marriage. It really does seem to be best for men and women alike to not sleep around so much, though perhaps for different reasons.

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  197. Cill says:

    ” virginity for both husband and wife before marriage”.
    That wasn’t an option for me, unfortunately. I was introduced to sex at far too young an age.

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  198. Tarnished says:

    I am thinking that “T” for Twazy was much older than you. Maybe, twice your age. Not only was she using you as a toy for sex, she had to be playing with your head. The power dynamic is not normal.

    One must be very cautious if one’s SO is significantly older. The potential for issues and trouble can be high, if there’s no balance/equality kept in the foreground.

    NAMALT and NAWALT though. My love is 15 years older, after all! 😛

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  199. Tarnished says:

    That wasn’t an option for me, unfortunately. I was introduced to sex at far too young an age.

    You and I both, Cill, though I believe you were even younger than 10? But that wasn’t *our* choice. It’s not something any rational person could hold against their partner. You don’t blame a child for something an adult did.

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  200. Yoda says:

    I think most men are attracted to girls like that. The broody, edgy, crazy chick is kind of like guy crack

    Perhaps some projection here there is.
    Though maybe to F, but to marry not.

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  201. Yoda says:

    No, she was good with most of those things…most of what you’d see in German porn too in fact

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  202. Yoda says:

    What “tame a bad-boy” mean it does?

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  203. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I may not be the only one who needs mind leach after seeing that image of Donald Trump and Rosie O’Donnell.

    Clark Gable and Vivian Leigh are much better looking.

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  204. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t think boys try to reform crazy chicks. However, if a girl is in trouble, that does tend to bring out the protector in boys. Some girls are very adept at triggering this impulse.

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  205. Tarnished says:

    Lol.
    Guys don’t want to reform crazy chicks. They want to sex them up until the crazy starts leaking out into places besides the bedroom.

    Shakira and Rihanna are also much better looking… 😈

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  206. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    I’ll raise you.

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  207. Cill says:

    And I’ll raise you.

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  208. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    If I were a hippopotamus, that image might appeal to me.
    But, I am not.

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  209. Yoda says:

    Lower you I will,

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  210. Yoda says:

    Lower more I will,

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  211. Sumo says:

    Trump you all, I shall:

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  212. Yoda says:

    Raise you again I do,

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  213. Yoda says:

    Second Big Red a mistake it was.
    Antidote here it would be,

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  214. molly says:

    I raise the stakes.

    Silly people! Crocs kill 2000 people a year, not including unrecorded deaths.

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  215. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Is just not the same without Joan Jett.

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  216. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Sumo,
    There are some Black American purists that think that other races and nationalities should not rap. I can still hear Ton laughing when I thought they should talk to these guys.

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  217. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    Thank you, info about Roosh is sparse and that may be a good thing. Because it is so quiet, I am going to presume that his talk for this evening in Toronto went off without incident.

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  218. Spawny Get says:

    “And I’ll raise you”

    Not with a picture of a frigging hippo you won’t.

    Who starts these rumours?

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  219. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Did they get you up and running at your new home or did you find a wireless hot spot?

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  220. Cill says:

    You are the master of chaos, squire

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  221. Cill says:

    Don’t blame the plebs

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  222. Cill says:

    Did you note the ski jump nose on the hippo

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  223. Liz says:

    Yoda: “I think most men are attracted to girls like that. The broody, edgy, crazy chick is kind of like guy crack”

    Perhaps some projection here there is.”

    Projection? No, I’m not into crazy chicks (or men, though I don’t think I’ve ever met a man who was crazy in a crazy chick way).

    Or…wait, do you mean I am crazy and project that men like that?
    In that case, definitely. 😛

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  224. Liz says:

    I think Trump and Rosie should run a campaign together! That image could be their campaign poster. 🙂

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  225. Liz says:

    Pimpin’ Ma Hoes
    Chapter 4, Latisha:

    “I like ma men like I like ma coffee. Bold, and Columbian”

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  226. Tarnished says:

    Be grateful for that, Liz. My biological father is crazy in a crazy-chick way when he’s off his meds. It’s not a sight you’d want to endure.

    Master of chaos? I prefer Master of the House 😛

    And I can’t post anything from Les Mis without also posting the one I get arousal chills from when my lover sings it (also Music of the Night, but let’s not cross plays):

    Cill knows what I mean…

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  227. Tarnished says:

    Or…wait, do you mean I am crazy and project that men like that?

    Just remember, Liz:
    Kinky is using a feather.
    Crazy is using the whole chicken.

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  228. Liz says:

    I like the word bold, especially when refering to food.
    Around a foodie.
    Seems to get them riled.

    Anecdote: I once saw a pilot friend (we’ll call him Earl) win a round of chess with a chessie (just made that up, a person who obsesses over chess and is good at it, has the books, studies strategies and so forth). The chessie was in disbelief, Earl took him out pretty quickly…but the thing that really got him riled was that Earl kept called the knights “horses”.
    “I got him with the horses” and so forth. Thought that chessie was going to lose his mind, to my amusement and appreciation.
    I’m stream of consciousness ramblin’ this morning, a seasoned, incorrigible procrastinator.

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  229. Tarnished says:

    Chessie. I love it, and this term has now been added to my personal vocabulary.

    Met someone similar last week, though it was regarding videogames. He was looking for strategy guides for RPGs, and I showed him what we had in stock. He suddenly went from being a regular dude to off-the-handle literally spitting mad that a Majora’s Mask guide was placed with the guides for Final Fantasy, Fable, Tales of Symphonia, Legend of Dragoon, etc.

    It was absolutely amazing and strange to watch, and it got worse when I pointed out his “qualifications” for what makes an RPG are really just common aspects of J-RPGs, and aren’t used as much in “Western” role playing games. He started saying I “obviously wasn’t a gamer” and I “probably only had experience with Candy Crush”. To which I just said “Nope” and walked away.

    Then he wanted to know when we’d be hiring next…Oy vey.

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  230. Choicy says:

    I listened to the Bruch and by all that’s holy it sounds pretty good from a massive sound system in the outback too mate.

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  231. I have personally witnessed several guy friends who are otherwise intelligent and logical turn into putty around crazy chicks. Must be the thirst thing? One for example went to pick up an online date for the first time. She answered the door in her bra and panties (!) and nonchalantly strode around her apartment for quite awhile until he reminded her of their dinner reservation. I somehow think he failed that test? Or did he? I can’t imagine opening the door on a first date in my underwear! ☺

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  232. Spawny Get says:

    Fuzzie, got a semi-shonky mobile signal. It’s too slow to do much commenting. And too much to do to wait around for it.

    Should be getting hooked up later in the week. The work will be on going though.

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  233. Oh and yes, he went on and on about how intellectual, interesting, accomplished she was! He was smitten. I don’t think he ever got to make out with her. Probably not bold enough for her taste I am guessing!

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  234. Also I had forgotten Ashley and Scarlett had embraced, looks like more than once! I think I need to watch that movie again now w a red pill lens by golly! I might do a post about it…

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  235. Liz says:

    “I had forgotten Ashley and Scarlett had embraced, looks like more than once! I think I need to watch that movie again now w a red pill lens by golly! I might do a post about it…”

    Yeah, I think you got some things wrong (haven’t re-read the thread and maybe I missed it, but I thought you mentioned Scarlet and Rhett “got along” until the death of their daughter…but, really that was just the last nail in the coffin. Right after she had her daughter she said she didn’t want any more babies and wasn’t going to have sex with him anymore. Remember that one? And he said he could divorce her for that, but he wouldn’t…but he planned on seeing whores and she said she was fine with that. The throwing her over his shoulder scene followed a LONG marital celibacy between them, and he was drunk and angry at her over her obsession with Ashly.

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  236. Cill says:

    Spawny greetings!

    Will it be fibre optic or copper wire? I’m upgrading to fibre optic later in the year. Until then with the copper wire it’s slow as a wet week especially here with 241+ comments. Like Mrs Yoda trying to hand-crank a Ford Model A in the Dagobah bog. Keeps going in up to her ankles head first she does.

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  237. True Liz, I need to re watch it again then comment 🙂 I kinda gave the cliff notes version.

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  238. Liz says:

    If you have some time, read the book, Bloom! It’s long but a good read. Much better than the movie. 🙂

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  239. 🐱 Momma kitty report: after five days momma kitty moved her kittens to an undisclosed position. (My curious 4yo may have been factor although she only looked but didn’t touch.) I finally found her hideout after following her after she ate. They are tucked way back in a long closet amidst boxes and framed art in storage, all I could see were her eyes. I left her be for five days but am not hearing a peep from kittens so today Iooked and still 🐱🐱🐱🐱🐱 going strong, eyes not really open (I couldn’t see well) huddled in a snuggy little pile. So I am yet a crazy cat lady! Oh the joy! I should get stick figures for my car -me, two girls, a dog, seven (!!!) cats, six hens and one rooster. Plus just spotted yesterday, another little yellow 🐥 will it be Darling or Ton? Now taking wagers for $5 each. Lol!

    Time to throw out my shingle and sell stuff!

    All the above provides plenty crazy enough for me!

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  240. Spawny Get says:

    Cill, no fibre in these ‘ere parts. Copper or satellite…

    Pub has WiFi…at a price…a squid for ever

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  241. Tarnished says:

    FB,

    I have completed my post, so publish it whenever you see an available time slot. 🙂

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  242. Cill says:

    Like now? My copper wire tech isn’t coping here. Too slow.

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  243. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    Thanks for the Mommacat report. You do have friends that get into interesting situations. I can’t figure out if he passed or failed the test.

    Spawny Get,
    I had hopes that they had got to you early.

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  244. Spawny Get says:

    6-8 round these ere parts.

    Saw one place with 0.1

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  245. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    Your idea of plastering that Trump-O’Donnell poster every where is as bad as mine about a running gag video of Jar Jar Binks chasing Harriet Harman all over London saying affectionate things.

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  246. @ fuzzie I am not sure either. He’s the same on whose first wife was a ballerina who cried until he bought her $2000 shoes and who is now married to a gal who when they lived together cheated on him w her married ex boyfriend at random hotels watching porn and doing things she’s never do w him. I am almost afraid to check in to see how that’s going. :/ this guy is hella smart, and not bad looking, but he sure does(n’t) know how to pick them! I’d say he’s batting 0-3.

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  247. BuenaVista says:

    RPG:

    “I can’t imagine opening the door on a first date in my underwear! … he went on and on about how intellectual, interesting, accomplished she was! He was smitten.”

    1. Perhaps she had irregularities she wished to obscure.

    2. The guy’s a pussy.

    3. a) They both need to elevate their Game as follows: if she wants sex on the first date, as she did, she needs to drop pretense before the first date. That’s what phones are for. b) If he wants to get credit for not jumping on a near-naked “intellectual” on a first date? Sorry, there is no solution for him.

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  248. BuenaVista says:

    “He’s the same on whose first wife was a ballerina who cried until he bought her $2000 shoes and who is now married to a gal who when they lived together cheated on him w her married ex boyfriend at random hotels watching porn and doing things she’s never do w him.”

    Well, as noted, he’s a pussy. Given the preponderance of porn, he should probably conduct a study, and then screw the woman of his dreams in like fashion. We’re not talking 3D chess here.

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  249. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    I have to second what BV said but, not the way he said it. You’re budy is too easygoing and forgiving. He needs to get out of the house.

    Two thousand dollar shoes??? .

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  250. Indeed BV your assessment is entirely correct. And yes Fuzzie, $2000 shoes. That one also had a secret credit card habit HE got stuck with after the divorce. Handy, no? I fear that’s nothing compared to this current one who said in an email to her lover that he read “I will marry him and take half so we can start our life together!” And two years later he wife’s her up – after of course he spent two years in therapy w her prior post affair, then she epl to San Fran for a spell, then whenever that was didnt work, back to steady Eddie. I tried to tell him but he would NOT hear it. “She’s changed!!!” Pfffft.

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  251. Just for the record I do know plenty of happy people too, they just don’t illustrate red pill truisms in the same way as the more train wreck ones. Maybe I should tell the good stories more!

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  252. Liz says:

    In other bad boy news….
    A Top Thai Tattoo Artist Who Said His Tattoos Conferred Invincibility Has Been Murdered

    http://time.com/3992153/thai-tattoo-artist-sak-yant-khachon-cherdchoo-murder/

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  253. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    Your friend should have dumped her permanently when she went back to her ex. She was rubbing his nose in her doo-doo with that one.
    I have heard a story from Captain Capitalism about someone he knows as a brilliant entrepreneur. There’s only one flaw, he marries badly and the consquent divorce ends up running the business aground.
    Your friend needs some very serious coaching.

    Two thousand dollar shoes!? She can go take a hike in them.

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