Recovering From Frivorce — Part III

Understanding what happened to you is an important step to recovery.  And understanding this cannot normally be done from a blue pill perspective.  One requires a red-pill schema of how it all works for this to happen.

The blue-pill forms a model; and models are supposed to be good at making predictions (or ex post facto assessments).  The blue-pill model attempts to describe the sexes behaviors, how they interact in relationships, etc.  But it does not do this very well.  Much of it was developed during the period of the Evil Patriarchy.  And as such, it described attributes that each gender and couples should aspire to (e.g. Marriage 1.0).  Well, this model got modified over the course of time without anybody really noticing, and selected attributes that were flattering to women became built-in attributes, rather than aspire-to attributes.  Additional parts were added to the model, sometimes denigrating to men (men sexuality is bad) and uplifting to women (women’s sexuality is always good).  In short, the resulting blue pill model just does not match reality.  It’s predictive and explanatory value is nil.  Yet, it still is presented as if it does.

In short, trying to understand frivorce through a blue pill perspective just never works.  It leaves men even more confused and disheartened than before.  And perhaps that is part of its purpose.

Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Lies, Marriage
83 comments on “Recovering From Frivorce — Part III
  1. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It dawned on me that a lot of men do themselves in in the wake of frivorce. Where is all the alimony and child support to come from?
    From a fembot standpoint, this kind of an OOPS!

    I see your point about the bliue pill model being obsollete. It is certainly no help in the present..

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  2. Spawny Get says:

    I’ve heard that there are a lot of single vehicle traffic accident fatalities that boil down to estranged dad signing off in a way that causes his life insurance to pay out. Even in death, some men put their kid’s welfare ahead of a pain free exit. Such men don’t deserve women who are like that…the amoral, solipsistic horrors currently passing themselves off as modern SIW. No one does.

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It may be off topic but, I think that it is foundational. Going to uniersity has women soaking in a culture of man hate courtesey of rasical feminists. This post is new from COTWA and it seems this Ohio University student doesn’t care a fig about libel.

    Spawny Get,
    I wouldn’t doubt that a lot of that is going on. It would be hard to verify or estimate.

    We need to think of something. We can’t keep feeding this beast like BV’s example of happy pigs taking a ride to Tyson.

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  4. So how does a fellow move on post frivorce? Is there such a path? What would you advise beyond what’s been commented in part 1 and 2? Recommended readings? Websites?

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  5. This morning at an all company meeting Red was introduced as shop manager/foreman. It’s both a promotion and a pay increase after 90 days. Considering all he is going through personally I find it amazing! And told him so. Congrats to Red! Keep it up!

    In other news, my brother’s new job is going great and he is also on a healthy and upward path. Proud of him too, and told him so.

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  6. Bloom, cheerleader to patriarchs! 🙂 Hey, somebody’s gotta do it! I don’t mind telling off frivorcees, either! It’s for their own good…

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  7. Cill says:

    Good on both of them, Red and your brother.

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  8. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    A couple of days ago, I saw a video of a guy telling his story. After seventeen years he was dumped by wife No.1 and spent five years recovering. Wife No.2 does him in after a few months.
    He needs to learn how to live alone and be comfortable witn it.

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  9. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Glad to hear good news about your brother and Red. However, heed BV’s warning, frivorcees do not like seeing their victims succeed.

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  10. @ fuzzie indeed, and I have warned Red of this. I am starting to think she underestimates him, he’s almost laughing at her as she does her best to harm him, and he predicts she will fall on her own sword soon enough. He’s got a lot of courage, for sure. He dropped the frame before but by golly he seems to be seizing it back now! I suspect she’ll be the one w regrets in the end. Serves her right, too!

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  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This for Liz, who has been following Ashley Madison in the news. Also, it is of benefit to anybody considering online dating. A few days ago, Captain Capitalism wrote a post trashing the night club scene and suggested online dating. I thought, “Little does he know.” It turn out that thisgs were so atrocious at Ashley Madison for men that it shouldn’t count against them for being ther.

    While he says that things couldn’t be that bad at other online sited, I do have to wonder.

    Mearly 14k to 1? What the heck?

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  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I would suggest one thing. Postpone all raises unhtil things like alimony and child support are sorted out. They are income based.


  13. Thanks to you guys, I have in some small part been able to help in little ways, like suggesting he read his divorced extreme/parenting agreement to confirm what she was saying was true (stuff like he couldn’t see the kids if she didn’t approve of where he was living or what he was doing.) I’m kind of like Bloom, secret agent! 🙂

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  14. Cill says:

    When is the next opening for a post, 12:01 a.m. Monday Spawny time?


  15. @ fuzzie their divorce is settled, as is child support. No alimony. The raise is all his! 🙂

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  16. In our state child support can only be revisited every three years.

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  17. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Completely off topic bear video. How do Mama Bear and her cub knoww that they belong to each other?

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  18. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That is good news. The more you tell, the more Jane the Witch comes out looking stupid.


  19. @ fuzzie, in times of trouble women have always networked and shared data. For men, they have largely been left on their own to recover. Now w the manosphere (and w help from pro-men ladies) guys can now tap the experiences of other men and gain advice, as well. A little red pill light info was all it seemed to take to get Red to see his ex was not the one he should trust to “play fair.” I think he’s hip to her and feeling his power again. Plus, ex husbands always know more than their ex wives want aired so I suspect he’s got a few cards to hold over her head if need be… Two can play dirty.

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  20. Yoda says:

    When is the next opening for a post, 12:01 a.m. Monday Spawny time?

    Yield this slot Farm Boy will.
    Confirmation good it would be

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  21. Cill says:

    Confirmation confirmed it is.


  22. Yoda says:

    Confirm confirmation I do.
    Confirm this if you will.


  23. Don’t get me wrong, I wouldn’t advise red to cause drama, But I get what he’s facing bc I have been there myself. It’s like chess… Think thru the next few moves, anticipate their possible moves. Cover your a**, limit intell, control the narrative, aim to be driving not responding. Stuff like that. I have peaceful co-parenting with my kids dads bc of this, I use it to create a good and calm situation bc that’s what kids need.

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  24. Yoda says:

    RPG wise she is.

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  25. Cill says:

    Confirmed confirmation confirmed as full and final confirmation it is

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  26. Cill says:

    Write post while confirming confirmation one cannot.

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  27. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Am i seeing a little of this?

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  28. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am happy that we were able to help.

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  29. Cill says:

    Study Sun Tzu Red should.

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  30. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    He might learn something form Terrence Popp’s videos on youtube. Terrence was frivorces on his return home. The wife was so mean that she had the family dog, a Labrodor, euthanized. That’s sick and it had to hurt the kids to no end.
    In this video, he works off a published book written for women.

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  31. Yoda says:

    Clearance Clarence you do have.
    Surely enough this would be.

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  32. Terrence pop is good stuff, I know I shouldn’t laugh at what he says (bad team woman!) but I do because it’s so dead on. He gets it.

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  33. Yoda says:

    Subtitles in Panda video there was.
    Understood what the Pandas saying they did

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  34. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that the subtitkes were there for the benefit of pandas in China who can’t speak English.

    Terrence Popp is harsh but, his wife put him through the wringer. That bit about killing the family dog, I grew up with a Labrador. They are wonderful with kids. He has never said anything about the kid’s reaction but, that is so cruel.

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  35. molly says:

    If I saw Jane the Witch I would headbutt her knees! She’ll bawl her eyes out when she can’t do her yoga any more XD

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  36. SFC Ton says:

    Bloom’s friend Red needs to understand and live out one piece of advice

    To win his divorce he has to be willing to burn everything he has to the ground, literally and figuratively, piss on the ashes and walk away with a smile on his face. It’s a zero sum, winner take all game. Other wise he is falling into her/ the court’s/ societies frame.

    Red playing rope a dope until he can unload isn’t a bad idea but has to really commit to he scorched earth thing. And understand that whatever his kid go through is on his ex wife not him. She elected to destroy everything when she filed for divorce.

    Suz.Tuz…. You know like no one in the war fighting bidness gives that book high marks. It’s really zipper head poetry/ proses and I have never heard anyone refer to it. On war is still the gold standard though that one Mongol that made Temijan Khan famous is worth reading up on.

    Getting over divorce; once again it’s dump that bitch bang 10 more. He’ll release his ex is not special, women are a common, easy to replace commodity and be mentally set to deal with #11


  37. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I’ll take Bloom’s word for it that she has dug a hole for herself and she’ll come to realize that she is worse off.

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  38. Cill says:

    I didn’t recommend it for the war fighting business.


  39. Sumo says:

    Never been in the war fighting bidness, but I’ve read Sun Tzu; I’ve found it to be rather useful on dealing with individuals. Or should I say, manipulating individuals.

    I have a cousin who is 3 months older than me; all our lives, we’ve hated the mere thought of one another. This cousin decided that he was going to be an aviator pilot because of the movie Top Gun (true story), so he spent his whole life trying to obtain that goal. When he graduated high school, he was offered a scholarship in Canada’s most prestigious (which I take to mean ONLY) military university. I was going through a point in my life where I figured that maybe I should try to make peace with people, so I sent him a copy of Sun Tzu’s book as a congratulatory gift.

    Not. One. Word. Of. Thanks. Maybe it’s because it’s like Ton says, and military peeps don’t give a shit about it, or maybe it’s just because my cousin was (and still is) a dick. Probably a bit of both.

    Later that same year, our grandfather passed away. And I do mean later that year – December 24th.

    Yeah. Seriously.

    Anyhow, the whole clan gathered for the funeral, in the week between Christmas and New Year’s. That was the year that my sister made a chess set for me, as I had taken an interest in the game, as I had heard that it was a good way to improve one’s ability to analyze and plan ahead. Or something. Don’t recall exactly what the reason was, aside from learning a new skill.

    I had brought the thing with me, as one of my uncles liked the game, so I thought he might be able to teach me a thing or two. When my jackass cousin found out, he immediately challenged me, boasting about all of the strategy courses he was taking at school, and how he would wipe the chessboard with me. I made a comment about how he should read Sun Tzu, as it might be beneficial to his study of strategy.

    “Oh, yeah. I read the one you sent me. It was all right, I guess.”

    I agreed to a game, but I told him him that I knew very little about chess, and I probably wouldn’t provide him with much of a challenge. He practically drooled at the thought of “humiliating” me, and rushed to set up the board.

    Basically, I utilized something I learned from studying Sun Tzu:

    All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near.

    In other words, I suckered him into a game, then I attacked his punk ass and didn’t stop until all he had left on the board was his king a a single pawn.

    He never wanted to play chess with me again. And hasn’t spoken to me since our grandmother’s funeral back in 2003.

    So again, maybe there’s no value in the book for war fightin’, but it’s great for making jackass relatives look stoopid.

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  40. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am sorry to hear about your jackass relative. I am glad that you cleaned his clock at chess.


  41. Cill says:

    Fuzzy, I doubt that Sumo feels sorry about it.

    “And hasn’t spoken to me since our grandmother’s funeral back in 2003”.

    His last paragraph suggests this was a positive for Sumo. It was probably the end goal of his plan, bad ass that he is.

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  42. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I would count it as a loss. Bette to be freindsand, if not that civil. Maybe, in the intervening years the cousin has acquired some humility.

    About Sun Tzu, I understand he was studied and applied by Japanese businessmen during the eighties. Back then, it looked like they were going to take over the world.

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  43. BuenaVista says:

    Regarding practical strategies for recovering from divorce, and I hope I’m not repetitive:

    a. most importantly, dismiss the blue pill pretty lies, and abstain from any commitments until you learn to interact differently, with a different perspective, with women. Otherwise you are a walking sucker. A 300 pound pig two weeks from the stock truck ride to slaughter. The desire to replace one’s wife and family with another is simply overwhelming, and grossly misleading for men. We all go through it. “Why don’t we get drunk and screw” is a better life model for a few years than what you’re thinking, which is, “I don’t recognize this life I have to get a woman to care for again.”

    b. continuing on FB’s model theory of understanding behavior, get enough experience (way more than Ton’s 10) with new women such that you can build a filter that teaches you which women have attributes that are good for you. This takes years: 5-10, I think. You just want to make sure that you have confidence in your model before you EVER get committed to somebody.

    c. women lie about birth control if they want you locked down. Disregard at your peril. Personally, if you already have children, I’d bank some semen just in case and get the operation. It’s 48 hours of mild discomfort and a lifetime of carefree.

    c.1. oh, women lie about STDs, too.

    c.2. oh, women lie about wanting to “be friends first.”

    c.3. oh, yeah, that one. Women lie about not caring about your fitness level and financials.

    c.4. There’s the lie women tell about disapproving of men who call a slut a slut, a fat girl a fat girl, a pull-string feminist-talking-point doll a … pull-string feminist-talking-point doll. The most avid self-described feminist who hears that talk, if you pass the money and looks tests, will want sex on the first date. There’s a famous performance artist, Jenny Holzer, who published, “Protect Me from What I Want.” That pretty much sums it up.

    c.5. Uh, I’ll stop now. But don’t believe what the culture and women tell you.

    d. read the Old Testament. Study Jesus in his fury, not the faux-Jesus girl in a white dress that your church probably puts on the wall. Ignore the feminist church and its efforts to 1) shame you for failing at marriage; 2) “love” you to enforce your submission and desperate need for inclusion; 3) get you to believe someone who says “you just need a good Christian woman. Like Sally over there.” The guy who tells you that is probably married to a 220 pound heifer who writes honey-do lists from hell, and last gave him a blowjob in 1974.

    e. oddly, there are probably red pill men all around you, but you always thought they said and did weird things (e.g., “Bang 10 bitches, then bang some more.”). (“Weird things” from the perspective of being Mr. Blue Pill Drafthorse.) Reconsider these men. Turns out they were right and you were wrong. I bet money they are all around you. And they will open up if they conclude you’re not a pussy who’s going to call them “dark” or “misogynist” because they make jokes about fungible pussy.

    f. women don’t want to hear about your divorce experiences — at all. Ever. Of course, they’ll never cease to try to pull the sordid details out of your fried soul. Want to experience contempt? Comply with their requests. So don’t. They don’t give a shit that your soul is on fire. A good way to model this behavior is to study Eastwood in “Unforgiven.” (Eastwood was lucky, his wife died instead of divorcing him. If you’re a widower people don’t treat you like a defective.)

    g. women will say your ramblings about divorce, women, the red pill and reality are “bitter and dark, yuck.” Instead of mooning over a replacement wife (as Red does with Bloom), and venting your incredulity at what’s happened, which will result in your losing control of yourself, learn to say, “I don’t talk about that.” Or, “Doesn’t matter.” Your female interlocutors, strangely, will be grateful and more sympathetic in inverse proportion to your desire to be understood. The desire to be understood, in a man, is unattractive to women, and reflects the bullshit we absorbed when kids to “just be ourselves and be loved for ourselves.”

    h. if your ex- says she wants to be friends, she’s lying. She may want to bang, she may want more money, she may want to salve her conscience. But if she wanted to be “friends” she wouldn’t have terminated the family and ruined your family legacy.

    i. there’s nothing wrong with still desiring your ex-, and mourning your loss of home, hearth, and life-plans. Just don’t tell anyone. They don’t give a shit, and a woman you’re semi-interested in will figure you’re a pussy who will run back to his two-timing wife if she so much as raises her pinkie. There are workarounds to wanting to fuck your wife again, incidentally. And nobody has to know about them.

    j. understand that you will deny and reject all of the above, because you’re a Good Man, and the notion that being Good at Being a Man is the only way to go now, is foreign. Ironically, women will assert that they just want a Good Man, and where are the Good Men? Good luck with that.

    k. “The Man Who Gave Up His Name”, by Jim Harrison. This relates to Ton’s advice to happily prepare to burn it all down.

    l. In respect of burning it all down, Jimmy Caan in “Thief”, directed Michael Mann. Watch it 100 times.

    m. In respect of being discreet: De Niro, “Ronin.” The high literature and cinema of men makes plain that men are fungible, our bodies are temporary vessels, pain is mostly boring and not a crisis, and death is usually a relief. So why in the world are we worshipping females and scheming to manufacture glass slippers?


    Regarding the ex- who euthanized a dog as her preferred “fuck you” to the man she dumped:

    I can top that. I was 23 years with one woman, beginning in college. I’m old enough that most of that time was pre-digital photography. When we divorced we moved our stuff out on different days. She went first. She took every photograph of my life, her and our children from the age of 20 to 43. I have none. She left my college yearbooks, but she cut out the pages with her picture in them. Later, when things had settled down I asked that she allow Son#1 to scan some of the photographs. She said that she was concerned that I would not return the originals, and anyway Son#1 didn’t want to do it. I believed the second part of that sentence. I worshipped that woman. When I finally realized it was over, the sensation was of falling endlessly through space. I’d say her decision to divorce, and her handling of that divorce, today, was utterly conventional and predictable.

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  44. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I have heard about Sweden going to gender neutral pronouns but, that is a different language. These people at the University of Tennesee have to be of their rocker. That’s right in the middle of the Bible Belt. The Scopes Monkey Trial took place there.


  45. Re burn it to the ground, well, too late for that. He handed her everything she wanted instead, gave her all the assets, and walked away. He regrets it now but at the time wasn’t thinking straight. So now she’s living in their former house with her lover and he’s starting over from zero. Sucky.

    I agree w you BV, he’s a long ways away from over it or ready to get involved w anyone. You are right, I can see he’d gladly wife me up in a heartbeat just to get back to some semblance of “normal” and “family” but it wouldn’t be good. I am kind of glad he choose me bc I won’t let him do that to himself. I have been encouraging him to go bang 10 and forget about commitment to anyone but himself.

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  46. Yoda says:

    I have heard about Sweden going to gender neutral pronouns but, that is a different language.

    More odd than Yodish it is.

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  47. Liz says:

    OT Pimpin Ma Ho excerpt, Laquisha the Blonde:

    Doctor to Laquisha: “Your problem is your hormones.”

    Laquisha: “Okay, docta, from now on I be silent!”

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  48. Liz says:

    Just reading above, wow BV.
    That sucks. 😦

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  49. Liz says:

    Hee hee. I liked that chess story Sumo. I hope you called the knights “horses” and really fucked with him.
    FWIW, Mike likes Sun Tzu. Your cousin should have sent you a thank you. He’s an asshole.

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  50. Liz says:

    Maybe Sumo’s cousin is the guy posting at Rollo’s who is a complete cock to everyone but has some circling sycophants that defend him for no good reason and wax poetic about his “searing intellect”?
    I’d like to believe there can’t possibly be two people with that personality in the world.

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  51. Liz says:

    It’s weird because I know a lot of very smart fuckers and not a single one comes across like this arrogant prick. And, strangely, when challenged, he responds like some drunk at the end of the bar would sound about a minute before passing out in a puddle of his own MD 20/20 tinged vomit. I wonder if, when he makes these “oh so clever/genius/ and whatnot” points he supposedly makes (this I’ve never seen, but I’m willing to suspend my disbelief)…perhaps he is making use of the copy/pasty from some “smart” source?

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  52. Yoda says:

    Laquisha the Blonde

    Green ones there are?
    Not that partake I would.
    Just curious I am

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  53. Liz says:

    Sorry to rant, but this is therapeutic for me. Keeps me from causing trouble elsewhere.

    Back in band camp (aka my old debate forum I moderated at) I started a behind-the-scenes thread entitled “What I said versus what I wanted to say” and I let ‘er rip. It was very popular with the mods, who said I saved all my best posts for that thread (that, and the deletion queue, I deleted a lot of my own posts after having second thoughts about the way I came across).

    I suspect there’s a “what I said versus what I wanted to say” thread in that writer’s corner with some comments about me and MY big mouth, too. 😉

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  54. Now I am curious about this Liz. Except I can’t read and not comment so probably best if I don’t read comments at Rollo’s, just the posts! Last time I commented there some smart Alec said, “nobody cares what you think.” Pffft. I like Rollo and he’s always been nice to me, but some of the commenters there…

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  55. Cill says:

    What would a green moan sound like?

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  56. And maybe nobody does care what I think (sometimes even i get tired of my thoughts!) but they could still be nice about it! 😉

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  57. Yoda says:

    Surely enough this would be.

    Missed the joke people did seem.
    When exiled on Degoba much time to analyze for jokes one does have.
    Apparently not in exile you all are.

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  58. Hormones… Whore moans… I finally got it!!! Lol, that’s a good one! 😀

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  59. Liz says:

    Anyone familiar with the comment section at Rollos can probably deduce who I’m talking about, Bloom. It’s not just women. He attempts to shame and intimidate just about everyone he disagrees with in the most juvenile way possible. It’s something like this:

    Him: “Dude, you’re a moron and a retard, I just got back from my 500 dollar an hour job and banged some young, hot slut. You’ll never be as happy as I am unless you shut up and listen and do what I say, you stupid fuck.”

    Concern troll and/or circling sycophant: “Oh, you’re such a genius! But why do you have to be so mean?”

    Him: “I only bang the youngest, hottest skanks. Did I say I only bang the hottest? Did I mention how happy and successful I am? You hear this moron? I’m talking to you…”

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  60. Liz says:

    LOL. Thanks Bloom. Well, I thought it was clever.
    Told Mike that joke this morning and said, “See, this is the stuff I think about while you’re at work.”
    I might change my name to Lazy Bitch instead of Liz. But soon I have to go on another purifying abstinence plan (from the internet and bad foods and stuff, not from sex of course). Probably tomorrow.

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  61. My brain is too deeply wired to relearn gender less pronouns. I am opting outt. Isn’t my life complicated enough? 🙂

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  62. Liz says:

    Funny Bloom. It’s too early for that! 🙂
    Mike just took the boys to the shooting range.
    Mike has a renewed interest in firearms like I’ve never seen since we were back in college.
    Yesterday some Colonel asked to see his gun (the block) when they were in the parking lot at the base. And the idiot actually dropped it. Wow, Mike was pissed. Fortunately it was only a little scratched. Good news is, you can drop a loaded glock and it won’t fire off (apparently)!

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  63. Liz says:

    I’m going to become a concern troll pedantic peckerwood about gender neutral language and proper tenses. You’re welcome (in advance). 😛

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  64. Liz says:

    That was a good Captain Capitalism video, Fuzzie.

    Mike was on the computer yesterday and noted the advertisement that flashed up and to the side of the screen. Ads like it are always there, on my computer too. It’s something like this:

    “Here is Ashley! She is living in your area and looking for a casual encounter in the next half hour! She’s really horny right now…and has a modeling job in 30 minutes. She ONLY wants a casual encounter. Come and get it…”
    Our town is pretty small and if Ashley lived here I’m pretty sure we’d notice but that’s beside the point to the obvious…there’s no equivalent: “Here is Rodney, looking for a casual encounter with a woman in the next half hour! He’s really horny right now…”

    It wouldn’t sell so well. Ashley Madison was always bound to be a hoax, we just didn’t know how much of a hoax until it was hacked. That’s not to say women don’t cheat, but that is an unlikely avenue they would use to find prospective partners.

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  65. Liz says:

    Okay, going offline and won’t post on the net again until September! Oh, wait, that’s like tomorrow. Won’t post until at least September 10th.

    Writer’s Corner ‘What I wanted to say’ thread entry post-Liz’s vow: “THANK GOD!” “Damn, it’s about time, bitch” “I thought she’d never shutthefuckup”.
    Yes, I blab…and blab. In person, I’m pretty reticent though.

    Be well folks! Have a great day. 🙂

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  66. Yoda says:

    Competition on Spawny’s Space for our very own genderless pronouns coming soon it is.

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  67. Yoda says:

    “Writers Corner” renamed “Water Closet” it is.
    Something to do with scheisse it is.


  68. Bye Liz, we’ll miss you!

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  69. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Liz gone for now she would be.
    Comment more to maintain gender ratio I will.

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  70. Cill says:

    Bloom at 5:53 pm
    Enjoy that $80 bottle Bloom. Dance around the house, bay at the moon! Dog and I will join you at 6 pm Pacific Time if we can, but are you talking 29th or 30th?

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  71. Sumo says:

    I;m guessing 29th, Cill. No one gets married on a Sunday.

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  72. Farm Boy says:

    It would be 3.5 hours from now

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  73. Cill says:

    Do they not? Shows how much I know about marriage.


  74. Sumo says:

    I worked a lot of weddings as a bartender in me youth. Never had one on a Sunday. Logically, I would assume that tradition was against the idea, what with churches being somewhat busy on Sundays and all. 😉


  75. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I’ll confirm what Sumo said. Saturday is the day for wddings, baptisms, and furnerals. Churches are too busy with regular services on Sunday.

    I don’t know if you will see this but, I will miss you. Having a successfully married woman on this thread is a good thing. You add a lot to the discussion.

    I love the Swedish Chef! Wouldn’t it be fun to stage a protest where they are announcing the impementation of gender neutral pronound and several attendees play that video.

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  76. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    With Caaptain Capitalism’s video, Ashley Madison was being operated as an out and out scam to bilk their male subscribers.I have to wonder how many other online sites are up to the same tricks? Onlins dating is thae last thing guys try when nothing else works. After that, it’s withdrawal.


  77. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    No cats for you! You have a good attitude, I think that puts you so far ahead, there is no question. I am sorry that fiance didn’t pan out. Save the bubblyfor an event with close friends.
    You’re all right!

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  78. Sumo says:

    Lizard, the cuz is now a Lt. Col (maybe even a full bird; like I said, ain’t heard shit from him since 2003), and from what I understand, the attitude he displayed all his life is typical for officers.

    Generally speaking, of course. As with everything else, Not All (Whatever) Are Like That.

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  79. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am sorry it had to come to this. Family is forever.


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