Up Against The Wall!


In my continuing effort to provide to modern young men the marital education I was denied, I was reminded of one of the worst things wives can do to their men. The specifics of what I did aren’t important, but it caused Mrs. B’s dander to rise. Despite the incredibly minor nature of the offense, I was taken to task over it for the better part of a week. AND, the chiding didn’t remain just on this one event. I got to hear about incidents dating back to before we married many decades ago as if to remind me what a foul and vile abomination toward femininity I really am.

The point is that no argument, no violation of her rules for your behavior, is ever a settled issue with wives. Anything and everything can and will be used against you in the court of her law. You are guilty with no defense to prove yourself innocent, and no mitigating circumstances will be allowed into evidence except to enhance the charges against you. Then you get thrown into solitary until she decides she misses you. That can take months. No married man can escape this persecution. It’s how women keep their men in line.

Is this the kind of life you want for yourself, son? Think back to the many times you saw your own father endure the slings and arrows of outrageous marital misfortune, then put yourself in his zapatos. Where does this leave you?

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93 comments on “Up Against The Wall!
  1. Tarnished says:

    Why is this a thing? Shouldn’t minor “offenses” of each partner be put in the past after learning from them? Not saying forget totally, but acknowledge that it was a mistake and grow from it.

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  2. Dragonfly says:

    I’m with tarn … You can’t constantly bring up your husband’s past “mistakes” or past fights you’ve had… It’s not part of fighting fair and wll only destroy the atmosphere of the marriage. 😦

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    Vindictive women never let go of past offenses, real or imagined. They remain as ammunition no matter how far in the past or how many times over, paid for.

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  4. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Blurkel,
    I was thinking about posting a recruiting video for the French Foreign Legion but, we’re both too old for that. Men do need the opportunity to start over fresh.
    Something else, I think that a lot of this is fuueled by a woman’s ability to remarry. While that may be true while young, I think Mrs. Blurkel doesn’t care any more. If the prevailing attitude was that Hubby was only replaceable with great difficulty would change women’s outlooks greatly.
    Maybe some Foreign Legion music is in order.

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  5. SFC Ton says:

    Sounds like a good time to get on your Harley and stay gone for three days. Come home smiling and smelling like booze and women

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  6. Tarnished says:

    I don’t let go of past offenses, but also don’t let go of past happinesses*. Can’t, actually. It’s incredibly difficult for me to forget things that happened or stories/preferences told. I amazed my own mother last month by offhandedly recounting something that happened when I was 3. Wasn’t anything even remotely important…it just never left these memory banks o’ mine.

    But just because one can’t forget doesn’t mean it does any good to bring it up or let it affect the present. If the lesson has been learned, no further discussion of it is required, at least in a serious “you’re in trouble/you’re stupid” way. Now…kidding around? That is acceptable. I doubt my love will ever share even a drop of wine with me without bringing up the time I accidentally knocked half a glass onto his lap. It was one time. Four years ago! But he talks about it any time we indulge, and makes it funny so no harm in it. This type of bringing up the past is fine. The type Blurkel speaks of, not so much.

    *Of course happinesses is a word.
    Why do you ask? 😛

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  7. Yoda says:

    Never forget she does.
    Never forgive she does.
    For a poor marriage this does make.

    Makes all unhappy she does.
    Herself included it would be.

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  8. Yoda says:

    Looks like Darth Maul chased away he was.

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  9. Yoda says:

    Up Against the Wall

    First thought “firing squad” it was.

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  10. Tarnished says:

    Ah, see…Forgiveness. *That* is certainly a trait worth having in a good relationship or friendship.

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  11. Tarnished says:

    Perhaps hanging out with Darth Talon he is?

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  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    Do you think that the Dark Lords of the Sith have a cookout on Labor Day and that Darth Maul’s attendence is expected? Who knows? Stranger things have happened.

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  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I also had thoughts of a firing squad and Klaus von Staffenberg yelling “Long live Holy Germany!”

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  14. Tarnished says:

    If you seek out a Sith at BBQ parties, you’re looking in Alderaan places. 😀

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  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    I think I cand see why Darth Maul would be so happy to show up at a cookoout.

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  16. Yoda says:

    Perhaps hanging out with Darth Talon he is?

    When lying on back she is,
    head propped downward it would be?
    Make for awkward interactions this would?

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  17. Tarnished says:

    Yoda disappoints me he does. 900 years of imagination he should have…

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  18. Tarnished says:

    “Interactions” only awkward if doing them wrong you are.

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  19. Yoda says:

    Looks like Darth Maul chased away he was.

    Sith can tolerate Yodish not.
    Such a pure and heavenly dialect craziness invokes it does

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  20. Yoda says:

    Show pictures Tarn should.

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  21. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    Mrs. Yoda is his one and only. All imagination is applied to making sandwiches. Good sandwiches. Make padawans big and strong.

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  22. Tarnished says:

    Show such pictures and videos I cannot. Highly classified they are. Yoda authorized personnel he is not. But know this he can:

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  23. Yoda says:


    “Interactions” only awkward if doing them wrong you are.

    Check this out you should.

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  24. Tarnished says:

    Lol. Farscape and Lexx much more…interesting interactions they did have.

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  25. Darth Maul says:

    Do you think that the Dark Lords of the Sith have a cookout on Labor Day

    We tried that once, but it was a disaster. As it turns out, lightsabers are not designed to pull double duty as hot dog forks, and Darth Sidious blew up the grill when he tried to ignite it with Force lightning.

    I tried to tell him it was a bad idea, but he was all “Hey, which one of us is the master, and which one is the apprentice!?”

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  26. Tarnished says:

    Darth Sidious knows not what an “Aluminum” Falcon is… 😀

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  27. Padawan says:

    Reverse Cowgirl Dark Talon’s best sex position it would be
    Handle bars for him to steer she then would have.

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  28. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t thjink Yoda needs an implement to flip hamburgers. It would be fun to watch him barbeque!

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    I don’t thjink Yoda needs an implement to flip hamburgers.

    I would guess that his implement is just fine.

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  30. Sumo says:

    I would guess that his implement is just fine.

    Even after 900 years?

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  31. Cill says:

    Alive for 900 years…

    Who calls that livin’ since woman won’t give in to no man that’s 900 years

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  32. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    When I first saw the picture of Darth Talon, I went va-va-VOOM. Then, it dawned on me that she is perfect or Darth Maul.
    We have to get our minds on other things, lkie sandwiches.
    Mmmmmm…..Rib-eye sandwiches???

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  33. Padawan says:

    Mine won’t be fine
    In 900 years time
    It would only be there
    If it doesn’t have wear.

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  34. Darth Maul says:

    Sith gain power from passion.

    Trust me, there’s plenty of power to be gained from Talon.

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  35. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Yoda’s implement just fine it would be.
    Pleases me to say this it does.

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  36. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Go away Darth Maul.
    Bad man you are.

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  37. Padawan says:

    Mrs Y
    That would be a lie
    If you’d ever been
    In a different scene…

    Like with Padawan
    In the back of a van.

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  38. Darth Maul says:

    I’m a Sith, lady. “Bad’ is pretty much in my job description.

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  39. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t know why but, does anyone think that Darth Maul likes George Thorogood?

    Parawan,
    :eave Mrs. Yoda alone. Go find your own girl.

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  40. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Darth Maul,

    No women around these parts fall for your bad boy tingles they will.
    Go pick up Lena Dunham you shoud.

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  41. Darth Maul says:

    Mrs. Yoda, that was simply uncalled for.

    One would think that the wife of a Jedi would be above such disgusting tactics.

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  42. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Fall for your bad boy tingles Lena would.
    A Double Light Saber you do have.
    Enough to make it happen with her it should.

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  43. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Mrs. Yoda,
    Darth Maul get busy with Darth Talon he should.
    Make lot of little Darths to scamper around the house they should.
    Fun to watch for all this it would be.

    Lena Dunham trying to be bearlike she is.
    Not furry enough and bad attitude she has.

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  44. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Bait Lena with a sammich I will.
    Then tingle her heart and go away you will

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  45. Darth Maul says:

    If I ever met that bloated whore, she would envy Qui-Gon’s fate.

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  46. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Go snase Talom! Make little Darths! Leave poor misguided modern American woman and bear wannabe alone!

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  47. Padawan says:

    When Padawan is on the rand
    He’d tup a bear in her Winter lair.

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  48. Padawan says:

    But the thought of dorkin’ Andrea Dworkin
    Makes me give up and stop fucking talking.

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  49. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Padawan,
    Did you have to say it?

    I am thinking that it wouldn’t hurt to talk to Padme. Maybe she has a friend? Stay away from girl bears when they hibernate. They may have cubs.

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  50. Padawan says:

    I knew her that face made you terribly sad
    But not that her name was equally bad.

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  51. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Padawan,
    I am not a hippo but, as hippoes go, that one is pretty lean. If it’s a girl hippo, I don’t think that she’ll have to wait too long to fill up her dance card.

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  52. Padawan says:

    “Jedi in the streets
    Sith in the sheets”
    Says all it does
    In fantasy land.

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  53. Liz says:

    You know, the phrase “Up against the wall” used to bring to mind something totally different. The sphere has ruined what used to be a very pleasant image for me.

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  54. Liz says:

    Eeek…just read the post.
    I thought it was another “Wall” (like “she’s hit the wall!”) topic.
    Sorry Blurkel. 😦

    This is a very common female problem. It’s a twofer. First, at present they are socially conditioned to believe that ranting and bringing up the past is a way to “share” and/or “win”. Second, if you attach an emotion to a situation, you remember it (one reason people tend to learn best via f*ckups…those, they never forget nor repeat). Women are emotionally about everything, so they remember everything.

    The only thing they have control over is the first bit. She needs to drop this shit now (well…probably decades ago). There’s simply nothing to be gained from bringing up crap that keeps it fresh. Women are great at this game because men tend to forgot all the awful horseshit women put them through, as they aren’t as emotional and they push it under the bridge (unless it’s something really really awful and unforgettable). A good role model mother (there are so few) like the one Molly has, or Dragonfly girl, will explain this to their daughters and protect their future family this way. I say protect them because this type of behavior will poison their own lives and the lives of their families. It’s stupid shit. I didn’t have a good role model for a mother so I did this at the beginning of our marriage, and Mike told me in no uncertain terms to cut that shit out. I listened, and did.

    Bad times happen and relationships get strained. When that happens, you deal with them as a family and then move on. Once you move on, you don’t keep bringing it up again. That’s disloyal and counterproductive. I ‘liked’ Ton’s succinct response because at this point that is about all you can do, if she has been doing this for years. Change her focus.

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  55. Liz says:

    “If I ever met that bloated whore, she would envy Qui-Gon’s fate.”

    Be careful and make sure it’s Lena, Sumo!

    There are a LOT of lookalikes out there. I see about five “Lenas” every time I go to the supermarket.

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  56. Liz says:

    Lena look-alike anecdote.
    I was in the car with my kids the other day and we decided to try cronuts. My oldest got out and brought a bag back while we waited in the car, then we each took a cronut and wow those things were delicious.

    So, we’re laughing and talking and eating our cronuts in the parking lot and Lena parks next to us. She gets out of the car and stares down on us with her tremendous girth. It’s a really cross expression, like she was annoyed that we were alive. She turned to the store, went in, brought back a bag and went into her car. Her mouth never cracked the other way. I thought geez…getting donuts should be fun! If you’re going to eat something like that at least enjoy the experience for-gosh-sakes. She looked like she was going to have to stand in front of a firing squad and it was her last meal.
    (of course, it could be one of my sons was making a face at her and I didn’t notice…it’s possible)
    Kind of like those girls who wear skankwear with the bitchface. That was probably her ten years previous.

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  57. Liz says:

    Another OT comment. Folks keep responding to Insanity at Rollo’s.
    Someone really needs to explain to them the scroll wheel.

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  58. Liz says:

    If Ton’s idea is too expensive, just go somewhere…maybe stay with a friend for a couple of days, get a tan, eat a tuna sandwich on the way home and tell her you took a trip to Thailand.

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  59. Liz says:

    I think today is one of the two days a month I could be trusted to vote. I see things with a lot of clarity today.

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  60. Farm Boy says:

    I think today is one of the two days a month I could be trusted to vote.

    And Tarn wonders why people want to not allow women to vote.

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  61. Farm Boy says:

    This is odd,

    http://thefederalist.com/2015/09/08/5-most-cringeworthy-problems-with-buzzfeeds-viral-im-christian-but-im-not-video/

    This weekend, BuzzFeed posted a video called “I’m Christian, But I’m Not…,” in which five women and one man said they were Christians but they weren’t, you know, like all the other men and women who are Christians. They cheerfully reminded God and others that they weren’t homophobic or closeminded, or uneducated, or judgmental, or placing themselves on pedestals. Featured respondents proudly announced they fasted twice a week were “queer” or “feminist!” or listened to Beyonce. One said she wished people knew that “Just because we prescribe [sic] to a faith that has some really terrible people in it doesn’t make all of us terrible,” followed by someone saying that “love is the most important thing.”

    It was easily the most unintentionally hilarious, if shockingly bigoted, BuzzFeed video ever produced.

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  62. Farm Boy says:

    Be careful and make sure it’s Lena, Sumo!

    There are a LOT of lookalikes out there.

    Don’t settle for less.
    Make sure that you get all that you deserve

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  63. Farm Boy says:

    http://libertyunyielding.com/2015/09/07/education-department-rewards-lying-by-twisting-title-ix/

    The Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights, where I used to work, is gradually turning Title IX into a license to lie about sexual harassment and assault. And it is thumbing its nose at federal court rulings in doing so. Courts have ruled that dishonest people who bring sexual harassment charges over conduct they falsely claim was unwelcome can be fired, in cases such as Vasconcelos v. Meese (1990). And they have recognized that sexual slander and smears can create a sexually hostile environment in violation of federal law in cases such as Jew v. University of Iowa (1990) and Spain v. Gallegos (1994).

    But in a recent investigation finding Michigan State University in violation of Title IX, OCR required college administrators to offer “remedies” to “Student A,” who both OCR and the university found had made a false allegation of unwelcome sexual misconduct against two fellow students. OCR’s reasoning was that the university did not begin proceedings against the accused students fast enough (even though it immediately kicked them out of their dorm and ordered them to stay away from the accuser).

    But the lack of an immediate investigation was not because the university was in any way unsympathetic to victims. Rather, it was due to the fact that the complainant decided not to file formal college charges against the accused (the criminal justice system found her complaint so unbelievable that the accused were never charged, and she declined to pursue formal charges at the college level). It is absurd to demand swift college prosecution of innocent people when the accuser herself does not demand it.

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  64. Tarnished says:

    And Tarn wonders why people want to not allow women to vote.

    No. I wonder why people want voting rights to be denied to the entirety of one sex. I’ve absolutely no problem with people of both sexes needing to be given tests immediately prior to voting to prove they know what the hell they’re doing.

    Liz was most likely being sarcastic or tongue in cheek for this remark, but in case she wasn’t…and was actually being bluntly truthful…then that’s cool. Hell, my mom and sisters are whack jobs 2-3 weeks out of every month. I get that some women have weird ass raging hormones that not only cause pain and discomfort, but also strange emotional bouts of sadness/anger/frustration. It’s noticeable in some of my female coworkers too. But for those of us who aren’t affected by these things, it is nonsensical for us to be stripped of rights.

    Then again, I either say we need to get rid of the Draft or women who want to vote need to register like I did. Double standards that are legalized suck and are sexist.

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  65. Liz says:

    “This is odd….”

    And that (link) is why I might vote for Trump.*** Even though I don’t like him, even though his business history smacks of crony capitalism and he’s filed for bankruptcy four times (“not personal bankruptcy!”) and in the spirit of “too big to fail” his credit remains sound. He’s really an example of all that is wrong with crony captalism.

    Furthermore, even though I know history rhymes and the last time this sort of guy (flashy, self-promoting, rich) had a real political following, and said a lot of good stuff (Perot, dat) Clinton was elected president, and we wouldn’t be staring at another Clinton presidency now if he’d just not run along as an Independent, and I’m thinking the same thing could very well occur with Trump.

    ***That’s a symptom of the mealy-mouthed PC horseshit-based society we have become. God knows, the worst offense, the unforgivable offense, is to offend any social justice warrior.

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  66. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Perhaps all women synchronize they should.
    Then plan voting day accordingly one could

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  67. Yoda says:

    God knows, the worst offense, the unforgivable offense, is to offend any social justice warrior.

    A luxury good this is

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  68. Yoda says:

    Darth Maul gone again he is.
    Perhaps if all speak Yodish away he will stay.

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  69. Liz says:

    “A luxury good this is”

    It is, Yoda. And I like luxury goods, in general. I like my warm shower (I spent an entire year without, that’s why I appreciate it), my air conditioning (ditto, two hot summers) and so forth…the list goes on and on.

    What I can’t stand is the taking of the “luxury goods” without understanding it’s a luxury good. We’re not entitled to these things. Our forefathers might have mentioned “these rights endowed by our creator” but the reality is, no one has any rights unless (a bunch of hard men with guns) stand ready to secure said freedoms for us. Society makes people lazy, current society seems a bit like Cowslip’s “domesticated warren” in Watership Down.

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  70. Liz says:

    Just to add, no one dared question or say anything contradictory to the accepted bromide in Cowslip’s domesticated warren. Their “religion” was polluted as well. That novel, even though it was about rabbits, was about the best allegory for society I’ve ever read.

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  71. Tarnished says:

    Lol. Not only would that be impossible if it were true, Yoda, but it’s not. Women’s menses don’t synchronize just because they live together.

    http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2013/03/myth-or-fact-womens-menstraul-cycles-synchronize-if-they-live-together-or-are-in-close-proximity-for-large-amounts-of-time/

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  72. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Not only would that be impossible if it were true, Yoda

    Make the suggestion I did.
    One of you I am.

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  73. Liz says:

    “Women’s menses don’t synchronize just because they live together.”

    I don’t have the link, but Jf13 mentioned this a while back. He said lesbians don’t “synch” up. Much like stereotypes, these sorts of “myths” exist for a foundational reason. Non-lesbians DO synch up (according to what I read from jf13 a while back). The necessary “ingredient” is sperm.
    This happened with me and a jogging partner a few years ago. We both “synched up” after a few weeks of jogging together. She told me she and her previous running partner did as well.

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  74. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Yoda and I share much we do.
    Gravitars being one such thing it would be.
    On Degoba reuse one does learn

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  75. Mrs. Yoda says:

    The necessary “ingredient” is sperm.
    This happened with me and a jogging partner a few years ago. We both “synched up” after a few weeks of jogging together.

    You both shared the same necessary ingrediant you did?

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  76. Liz says:

    “You both shared the same necessary ingrediant you did?”

    I must assume we were both having sex, but I can only speak for myself. The sperm doesn’t have to be from the same person (I’d hope that was obvious?).

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  77. Yoda says:

    (I’d hope that was obvious?).

    Sperm have secret synchronization code it might.
    Stranger things happened they have —
    Order 66 built into clones it was.

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  78. Darth Maul says:

    Darth Maul gone again he is.

    I have a busy schedule, you know. Not all of us can hang out in a swamp all day long; some hardworking Sith have to run around and carry out assassinations, destabilize the Republic, and pick up the boss’s cloak from the dry cleaners.

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  79. Cill says:

    I’m considering adding a chapter to Pimpin Ma Hoe, commencing:
    “An ancient slyness lies within the dark and very ancient art of shafting.”

    Although it will undoubtedly raise the tone of the book, I expect no recompense for this input – except perhaps for some accolade from someone high up. What’s Bill Clinton doing these days?

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  80. Uh oh, I think the nutty gal from Rollo’s is commenting on my blog now. Greeeeeaaaaat! Pffft. Come join the fun!

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  81. Uh oh, I think the nutty gal from Rollo’s is commenting on my blog now. Greeeeeaaaaat! Pffft. Come join the fun!

    Holding grudges and bringing up past baggage is bad. I made that mistake, hate to admit it. I know better now!

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  82. Tarnished says:

    I don’t have the link, but Jf13 mentioned this a while back…

    Really? Did they have a link to an actual study done on this? I’d be very interested in reading it if you can recall approximately when/what post it was discussed under.

    Growing up, there were 4 females including myself at home. Even after the course of years, we all still had our own cycle with extremely minor overlapping if any. 3 of us (sisters and self) were virgins, so if sperm somehow does have something to do with it that could explain the lack of synchronization. But what could it be? Is it a coincidence? And if not, does that mean your cycles would’ve stayed normal if one of you jogging ladies hadn’t been having sex?

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  83. Liz says:

    I don’t remember when or where he link to that study, Tarn. I’m not even sure I looked at the study, I just read his post and didn’t question….just thought it was interesting at the time.

    From Pimpin’

    Bashique hoe asks, “How many hoes would it take to rob a bank?”

    Shanique hoe answers:
    “I’m thinkin’ probably only one, if she can do three things at once.
    …hold the gun, keep her eye on the guard, and drink the sperm.”

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  84. Yoda says:

    New post there is.

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  85. SFC Ton says:

    I’m no longer willing to secure anything for any body who isn’t kin for under $850 a day, net.

    Get the homos, chick’s, negros and progressives to do it. This ball of fuck up is what they want so let them pay the price to keep it going

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  86. Cill says:

    Blurkel, the first thing that jumped into my mind when I read your post was the St Valentines Day Massacre. I see men figuratively against the wall like an execution in progress, as you have described. My theory is, it’s like the crab in the pot. The women gradually turn up the heat and by the time the man realizes something is wrong, he’s too cooked to jump out. Also men can’t abide petty squabbles in front of other people. It’s embarrassing and unmanly to squabble back. If we were as quick to squabble as women are, we’d kill each other off. It’s an easy way for a woman to keep him under the thumb – keep henpecking him in front of other people.

    I was helping a friend repair his house after a storm, and his wife kept shooting barbs at him until I told her FFS he’s not the god of storms, get off his back and grow up. I was hoping he would take the cue from me and start looking after himself, but he didn’t. He’s too cooked.

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  87. Liz says:

    Actually, Mom has a neighbor who shot his wife last year. That massacre/boiling pot analogy is pretty apt, I think. He just couldn’t take it any more. But, she lived and took everything. He’s in jail. It isn’t nice to shoot someone (mistress of the obvious, moi), but basically everyone in the neighborhood supports the guy (they know what he is like, and they know what she was like).

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  88. SFC Ton says:

    Story time?

    I helped a friend move & we were late by about 20 minutes or so with one load. His wife got spun up and nasty with me. I looked @ him, said fix your bitch and left

    Women behave this way because they still get what they want. Want women to change for the better? Make them suffer

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  89. @ Liz so tragic it came to that. I know of a similar case, she kept rubbing her boyfriends in his face and daring him to do something about it. One day he came home to her in bed w another (again) and as he puts it he snapped. Killed them both. He’s in jail. Not sure who took in the kids. Sad, really sad.

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