Hen Parties

In a recent tread, BuenaVista commented,

Anecdote of the morning: Watching the ballgame last night at the tavern, I was seated near five middle-aged women who were cackling about their “dumbass” husbands. “Hey,” I said, ” don’t call your husband dumbasses!” I got a chorus of “but they ARE dumbasses and always will be.” (These women likely don’t have better options.) This is straight out of every TV commercial or crappy Hollywood movie. This is mainstream.

The cackling wives were 40 year-old 2’s and 3’s with midsections the size of beer kegs. They were just enjoying husband-hate.

Later FuzzieWuzzieBear added,

Hen parties where the wives trash talk their husbands are the norm. What the hens don’t consider is that men will see this. It doesn’t help them to look good.

So what exactly is going on at these hen parties?  Why do they enjoy running down their and each others husbands?  Probably on the basic level, they are frustrated, and this is how they vent their frustration.  Notice that there does not seem to be much personal responsibility taking place here.  There do not appear to be introspective, but rather extrospective.  All fault belongs elsewhere.  Guys tend to want to blame external factors for their issues also, but culture is mush less tolerant of that for them.

And these days, young women typically put all of her eggs into the sexual attraction basket, with some career on the side.  Developing themselves in other ways is not on the agenda.  When their looks fade, then they are treated like men (that is, no special treatment), and they do not like it.  I am sure that it must be quite a comedown.

And what is it with the “but they ARE dumbasses and always will be” bit?  Presumably they married these fellas when their SMP/MMP were considerably higher.  And yet, they married dumbasses?  Probably it is more the case that some are alpha widows who married a non-tingling provider type.  And others maybe married a guy who gave them tingles, but their provider capability leaves much to be desired.  But they did marry them, and probably many of them were experienced with men at the time, and presumably knew what they were doing.

In the end, it makes them look rather pathetic.  You go girl!

Addendum — It seems that Dalrock was inspired to discuss this subject also


Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Lies, Marriage
98 comments on “Hen Parties
  1. I think hen parties are very destructive for sure, and should be avoided. The one sahm on the verge of divorce, I dropped in on her this morning for coffee and another sahm and her were having a hen party, hamsters a whirling! I could not wait to get out of there. I think there is some sort of bonding that goes on when women commiserate like that, but it’s so negative. I sat there looking around her cozy lovely home that lacks for nothing and could not see what on earth the problem was? Except too much free time spent at hen parties rather than anything productive/constructive.

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  2. Sumo says:

    The only hen party I care about involves a deep fryer. Or maybe a grill.

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    When BV related this story the other day, it got to me. These hens have let themselves go and they are trash talking their husbands who are keeping them afloat? What kind of conclusion do you think a man witnessing this will draw? There is no gratitude. So, don’t bother. Don’t even get started.
    In the 60s, the marriage rate was at seventy percent. Last summer, it was a hair over fifty percent. Do you think the dumb bunnies will get the idea when it’s down to thirty percent? And, how soon will that be?

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  4. Tarnished says:

    Marriage rates are just going to keep declining, Fuzzie. Might be for the best, really, at least till something changes law-wise. The only truly tragic thing is the potential creation of even more single parent homes…but then, if the male Pill does hit the pharmacies within the next few years perhaps that won’t be an issue?


    Everyone here has already read my personal post regarding “hen parties”. While I don’t think it’s bad to have a friend one can confide in about relationship troubles/vent a bit to get pressures off one’s chest, that is most assuredly not what these are. Less of a “here’s what s/he did that pissed me off, I just need to talk about it with someone quick so it doesn’t grate on my nerves” and more of a “my SO is just so retarded all the time and I can’t handle being empathetic to their side of things, so let me just wail on about every one of their ineptitudes in public”.

    Yeeeeah. Gonna go with the latter being bad for getting along together. Acknowledging that relationships can’t be a bowl of peaches every second of the year is quite different from claiming yours is like eating rocks for breakfast every day.

    Completely, utterly 100% certified off topic, but is our dear Spawny aware of a comedian from his side of the pond by the name of Stephen Merchant that Tarn has found to be quite…smittenable. As in, Tarn is smitten with him and his awesome humor and outlook and endearing gangly-ness. And accent. Let’s not forget that. It’s literally the entire reason I have played Portal 2 numerous times…
    Too bad such a guy is likely to already be snatched up, heh. 😉

    *ahem* But yes, anyway, is our Patriarch familiar with said actor/comedian?

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  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    First, I hope that you find that going to a chiropracter is a good experience. From taliking to people, they find it addictive.
    Also,, since the down under crowd is gone for the week
    🌯 🌯 🌯 with lots of all veggie goodness.

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  6. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Another random thought about the hen party story. That hens can get that loud in public trash talking their husbands when they have little SMV may be an indicator of peak feminine dominance of the SMP.
    I am reminded of the story of Joe Kennedy getting a shoe shine. He was asked very pointed questions about the stock market. He decided then, and there, to get out. His suspicions were confirmed less than a year later.

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  7. Tarnished says:

    Yum, burritos! Muchas gracias, Fuzzie. Here’s a bit of a snack for you as well. 🍕🍗🍔

    First, I hope that you find that going to a chiropracter is a good experience.

    Heh. While I’m sure it will actually be a good experience healthwise, I’m not entirely sure how he will get any legitimate work done on someone who automatically tenses up upon being touched, much less massaged or has a neck-pop. Ah well, be good practice for the future, I suppose. Can’t molly coddle meself all the time, yeah? 😛

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  8. Farm Boy says:

    From Tarn’s Blog,

    If so, what do you hear while at these get togethers and how does it affect you being what you say you are?

    I’ve already mentioned most of the topics above, so I won’t reiterate them here. However, I will say this: The amount of jokes, sarcasm, and snide commentary that is directed toward men (individual or global) at the majority of these gatherings is cringe worthy. Many a time have there been remarks thrown around stating how inept various husbands/boyfriends are, how all men are incapable of proper cooking, childcare, cleaning, or shopping for the home, and how men don’t have the capacity for true friendship or love.

    Now, these comments are always made in a joking manner, but to me this hardly makes them acceptable for conversation. Some examples;

    “Oh, yeah…Ed has been getting on my case again for more sex. We already have it twice a month, I don’t know what he expects me to do, I’m not a porn star.”

    “Can you believe Carl broke up with Sara 3 weeks before prom? And just because she had a drunk kiss with a random guy! It’s not like she meant anything by it…Men just don’t understand how to forgive and forget.”

    “You know Walter, he’s just as scatterbrained as any other man. Can’t remember to pick up his socks, much less to put the clothes in the dryer. If it wasn’t for me, that man would wear filthy clothes every day of the week.”

    “So I caught this guy glancing at my ass in the mall yesterday. Yeah, he didn’t all-out stare or say anything, but still…Ugh, why the hell are boys such pigs?”

    “I got my hair cut and dyed a week ago, and the guy in the next cubicle over *still* hasn’t said anything about it. I don’t know what to do to grab his attention! It’s like I’m f-ing invisible.”

    “So I went to my psychic a few days ago, and she said my boyfriend was holding me back from finding my true destiny. I really like him, but if that’s how things are I may have to let him go after our vacation…”

    (In regards to a waiter bringing us the incorrect orders) “My God, men can’t be trusted with getting anything right the first time, can they?”

    Given that I don’t think of myself as a woman, it makes me extremely uncomfortable and sometimes quite angry to hear such talk. A lot of the conversations are far more crude than the examples above, and being a part of them…even as a mere listener…has me wanting to jump up and let everyone know I’m an involuntary “spy” in their midst, that I don’t agree with most of what they say, and that I find much of it hypocritical. When I was younger I simply stayed quiet or walked away to get a drink. As I grew older, I’ve attempted to point out that NAMALT (not all men are like that) or that there are numerous things that even I know Husband X or Boyfriend Y does for the woman in question that should make up for the issue she has with him. If the conversation gets too much along the lines of unnecessary male-bashing, I’ll sometimes try to push it back on a less misandric course…but usually get talked over or accused of not caring enough about other women’s problems to just listen/support them.

    Okay, I get that relationships are never perfect and that letting off some steam is beneficial to both partners, but to do it in such a crass manner and so often just seems over the top. Seriously, talking about their “men issues” goes on for over half of the get-together, and imo puts a damper on the entire event. My friends *never* speak about the women in their lives this way, even if they recently had a fight…I’ve always been disheartened to know that the feminine side does not return the favor to their men. (Or again, not in my experiences with women.)

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  9. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I hope that it does turn out all right. Thanks for the food! 🙂

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  10. Tarnished says:

    Indeed it was, FB.
    Thanks for the repost for our lurkers.

    Hi, by the way, to the readers who don’t comment, but are obviously there, because pageviews.
    *waves enthusiastically*

    Oh, and here’s the aforementioned Mr. Merchant dispensing something eerily similar to just a bit of redpill awareness:

    Starts at around 6:45.

    Yes, yes, it’s a blatant excuse to listen to his accent some more. Sue me. 😀

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  11. Tarnished says:

    Goodness gracious, FB.
    People are gonna start thinking I’m paying you to promote my relatively dead blog, lol.

    Pssst. Money’s in the mail as we speak, mate. 😉 😂 💵💰📬

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  12. Yoda says:

    This blog not big enough to affect traffic elsewhere it is.
    Kinda like it that way I do.


  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    After reading your excerpt from Tarn’s post, why do boys talk to girls?
    I think if you look up the word “optimist” in the dictionary, you will find a starry eyed bot.


  14. Tarn describes it very accurate. Heard today, “all he does is go to work. Duh! That’s what men do. What am I supposed to do, clap?” (Two sahm w kids all in school)


  15. Ps sorry fuzzie, I am not trying to add to your disenchantment…

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  16. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    What is a bear to do? When these harpies say these awful things, one tends to take them at their word.


  17. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It’s not just me. These ungrateful dumb bunnies are dragging the reputation of ALL American women through the mud.
    The next time you see this from them, you have my permission to tell them what I think.


  18. JDG says:

    The only hen party I care about involves a deep fryer. Or maybe a grill.

    And sammiches. One kind of hen (the chix kind) in the sammich, and the other kind of hen making the sammiches.

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  19. SFC Ton says:

    Hen party equals bitches who need a hard fucking and their back porch pointed red.

    Yea I say that a lot but it solves a lot of female related behavioral issues.

    They are convoluted not complex. Ans yes it solves the her not giving it up issue too


  20. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    SFC Ton,
    I can understand the first thing but, what’s up with painting her back porch red?

    Seeing you here reminds me that we would have less of this if they made more sandwiches.

    If I am married and go to Subway, is that cheating?

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  21. Spawny Get says:

    Tarn, I considered claiming to be Stephan, but discovered a couple of issues.
    a) I’d need some purty substantial platform shoes when we met.
    b) The guy is guilty of a hideous crime. He spends a lot of time with Ricky Gervais and Ricky is still alive…you see the problem? unforgiveable. I detest that cnut.

    If the Brizzle accent does it for you
    i) come visit Spawny’s Acres Achers. Brizzle (aka Bristol) is a short trip.
    ii) You might like Russell Howard too. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2224565/

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  22. Spawny Get says:

    Can’t say he’s a favourite of mine, but at least he’s on Mock the Week. Sadly that’s now a shell of it’s former self…since Frankie Boyle left. Still has the odd moment though.

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  23. Spawny Get says:

    Re. the hen parties (finally…on topic)

    I reckon there’s a hint of the ‘Mississippi Burning – My Daddy Killed That Mule’ story going on. Basically they’re saying,

    “Yeah, I’m a fat festering keg of rancid bile…but at least I’m better than the fcuking idiot that married a fat festering keg of rancid bile like me…what a loser he clearly is”

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  24. Spawny Get says:

    But to leave things on a lighter, more caring note. Unca Spawny loves you all…

    Sorry to hear of your woes, Tarn. I have a couple of products that I strongly recommend to you. Particularly as you are touch sensitive, but I would recommend them to anyone with back / neck issues.


    You can hit your own knots at exactly the pressure that you want can stand. It’s available 24/7 and it’s cheaper than a single visit to the chiropractor. Really works. Really can get to any knot yourself.


    I have one of these strapped to a rucksack strap so that it gives a knobble either side of the neck (it’s strapped to balance itself on two knobs on the floor while giving you a knob to either side of the neck). I can give myself a sort of Vulcan death grip which REALLY frees up the neck. Clearly you’ll need to be careful with your injuries, but nothing frees up my neck like this. It’s magical.


    They’re both related to trigger point therapy…cue the book
    (the point to apply the pressure is not always where you feel the pain. E.G. Tension headaches might be caused by knots (that you don’t even feel until you search) high up on your shoulder blades / collar bone).

    When I have knots in my back (as opposed to neck), I find that laying on a strategically placed cricket ball can help a lot. A base ball might be worth a go. This is not as good as the first two ideas, but you can at least take one to work and use it against a wall / floor surreptitiously. The back knobber / back buddy really works better, but will start conversations. Backnobber usually starts a conversation with a grin as soon as you mention the name…

    Also also

    I have the big brother to one of these (the Beurer MG150 Neck Massager) which I use to loosen up my neck and under my shoulder blades. This one’s cheaper and may lack the power, might be worth a go. This one is relaxing rather than the first two products which you can set your own limits. Ton probably wouldn’t even notice this one. Or Fuzzie.


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  25. Spawny Get says:

    The Death Grip

    (the band is a rucksack waist band)
    (c) Vulcan Industries


  26. Spawny Get says:

    He’s baa-aack

    Still the same cunty attitude in the interviews…gotta give al-ja-beeba credit for consistency in their unrelenting anti-UKIP stance. God how I hate these cunts.


  27. Liz says:

    That first video was especially funny, Swithy (I didn’t watch the last yet). 🙂
    Mike had a final once (African American studies, or some such) and he didn’t know the answers to a few of the questions so he made up something funny. The teacher found it to be so hysterical he actually gave him extra credit. 😛

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  28. Spawny Get says:

    the first accent in the fifty shades clip is Bristolian (from Bristol / Brizzle). It’s generally West Country but with a yokel twist.

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  29. Spawny Get says:

    I particularly liked the ‘I feel like a bowling ball’

    The Cockney one is fine too. Kinda the closest (geographically) to mine…know wot I mean, like?

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  30. Liz says:

    Hen parties, hen parties….I do monthly lunches with the ladies and I’ve had coffees and so forth, but I can’t remember this type of talk.
    The only time (if memory serves, it’s possible I’ve forgotten) I hear stuff like this is person to person, and I avoid that person after when I can.
    Maybe they perceive it wouldn’t be well received so they don’t commiserate that way when I’m around.

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  31. Tarnished says:

    Spawny, it is far too early in the morning to be throwing British accents at me, ‘specially as I’m busy this AM and don’t have time to truly enjoy them. Ye Gods, I can’t imagine what a mess I’d be if I actually visited a location where *everyone* had a Bristol accent.

    That Howard guy is a riot, but it seems he lacks the vocal energy of Merchant. (Pretty sure Valve cast him as the Wheatley core for the express purpose of drawing in more American female players.)

    I’ll take a look at some of the products you mention. Thanks for the info, mate.

    I can understand the first thing but, what’s up with painting her back porch red?

    Ummmm. Well. Just in case this somehow *isn’t* a massive amount of sarcasm from Fuzzie…it means a spanking, dear bear.

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  32. Spawny Get says:

    Thanks for the translation of the porch thang. I didn’t have scooby

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  33. SFC Ton says:

    Sets the correct dynamic of physical and emotional dominance. Women crave those things and drama so a lot.of fun mixed in with some unpleasant equals a reset and happy hen

    I was at a hospital function last night, with my Girl. Had three of her lady co workers flat out offer themselves to me, all based on what Girl has said and left unsaid about our life

    I think it’s hard for most men to understand what most women crave along these lines. In part because it’s alien to them in part because of social indoctrination

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  34. SFC Ton says:

    How you holding up Tarn?


  35. Spawny Get says:

    “In part because it’s alien to them in part because of social indoctrination


  36. Spawny Get says:

    John Bishop (the Scouse guy referred to by Russell Howard)


  37. Tarnished says:

    (Pretty sure Valve cast him as the Wheatley core for the express purpose of drawing in more American female players.)

    Sorry, sorry. Just realized this probably makes exactly 0 sense to anyone who doesn’t actually know about the Portal/Half-Life franchise…or, y’know, plays videogames. If you don’t care, don’t feel compelled to read anything below this sentence.

    Ok, so the basic premise is that you are Chell, an unwilling portal gun test subject of Apature Science laboratories, which is run by a sentient and frankly murderous, sociopathic AI named GLaDOS who continuously taunts you about your looks/weight, the fact you’re adopted, and promises you cake if you complete her tests. (Hence the internet meme “the cake is a lie”). At the end of Portal 1, you defeat her but are rendered unconscious and dragged back into the labs by another bot.

    In Portal 2, it’s many years after and she/Chell is awoken from Stasis by the Wheatley personality core, who is an ally in the first half of the game. Unfortunately, when the 2 of you overthrow GLaDOS he gets put in her chassis and the programming corrupts him into a sociopath tester just like her…except worse, because he really isn’t smart enough to keep the nuclear reactor from exploding eventually. So you now have to team up with GLaDOS (stuck by Wheatley into a potato battery) to reinstate her as the facility’s AI and truly earn your freedom. For some reason, Valve Entertainment is seemingly *incapable* of counting past 2, so all of us fans are chomping at the bit for Portal 3, Half-life 3, or Team Fortress 3. Anything, really. We’re not picky, we just want to see/play our favorite characters again is that too much to ask of you, Valve?! Shut up and take our money! Ugh.

    If anyone wants, here’s 2 well done, fan made music videos crafted to the tunes of Nightmare Before Christmas regarding the story above. They give you a better sense of what the game environment is:


  38. Yoda says:

    I think it’s hard for most men to understand what most women crave along these lines. In part because it’s alien to them in part because of social indoctrination

    And why the social indoctrination the way that it is?


  39. Spawny Get says:

    Loved the Halflifes…not tried the Portals

    Unreal Tournament…mmm…loved that Flak Cannon. Dropping a shell on someone’s head…nice…quality nice…

    Return to Castle Wolfenstein probably counts as my favourite though

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  40. Yoda says:

    The only time (if memory serves, it’s possible I’ve forgotten) I hear stuff like this is person to person, and I avoid that person after when I can.

    Excellent idea this is.
    Let them self segregate you should

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  41. Yoda says:

    That hens can get that loud in public trash talking their husbands when they have little SMV may be an indicator of peak feminine dominance of the SMP.

    Lower it can go.
    Consider Yes Means Yes you should

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  42. Talk shows are another version of the hen party, and have probably done as much to mainstream what not so long ago was considered socially unacceptable. I haven’t watched them (or TV) in years, but when I was first married my ex banned me from watching Oprah and the like because when I did then I’d be all stirred up and ready to s#it test him when he got home. I cringe at the memory :/

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  43. Spawny Get says:

    The three things you can say about Jeremy Corbyn
    1) Honest – genuinely said what he thought (until he got elected, now he has to play nice for a while)
    2) Consistent – not one of those people that learn from reality and change their minds
    3) He’s a true fucking idiot

    Appoints a vegan group leader as Shadow Minister for Food and Rural Affairs. Has she never wondered what happens to the farm animals if we all turn vegan? We’ll create an Animal Nirvana on Earth for them to wander around freely? Kind of like India with the cows wandering around at will? Yeah. That’ll happen.

    In his (Corblimey’s) defense, anyone with a clue ran for the hills rather than serve in his cabinet. Apart from one shamelessly ambitious arse-licker Andy ‘body-bags’ Burnham who was beaten in the leadership election…

    it’s emerged that Jezza toured Eastern Europe on a shitty bike with the Abbopotamus

    Diane Abbot, yesterday

    A real life Hippo for comparison


    I ❤ Brillo. Not only does he stick in the knife…he twists it too

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  44. I had to add that least you all be mislead into thinking I am perfect (ummm yeah, right! Lol)

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  45. Yoda says:

    Talk shows are another version of the hen party

    So true this is.
    Perhaps women too much time on their hands they have.

    Still, women love watching that shit they do.
    Maybe telling this is.

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  46. Yoda says:

    I had to add that least you all be mislead into thinking I am perfect

    Gravitar looks near perfect it does.

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  47. Not sure if you guys have seen this but it looks like heartiste has a photo blog. https://goodbyeamericainaphoto.wordpress.com/


  48. Tarnished says:

    How you holding up Tarn?
    Doin’ well, scfton, thank you.

    Sets the correct dynamic of physical and emotional dominance.
    That *is* very fun in the bedroom, but the opposite can most assuredly be as well. 😈 I tend to think my version of dominance is a bit…harsher than his, to be honest. It’s one thing to have to deal with incoming sensations. Entirely different to deal with the near lack of it.
    *evil laugh*

    Spawny, agree with you so much about the Flak Cannon! Into videogames, blessed with rugged movie star good looks, got a lovely domicile all your own, British accent…I’m guessing you have to carry a stick with you to beat the womenfolk away, yeah?


    Oh for fuck’s sake…what fresh hell is that?


  49. Spawny Get says:

    A shitty stick at that… 😉

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  50. Yoda says:

    New McCarthyism this would be,

    “Are you now or have you ever been a lover of bacon”?

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  51. Spawny Get says:

    Yes…but I didn’t inhale…much

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  52. Tarnished says:

    You didn’t inhale the…bacon? Um. Well, I’m glad for you. Inhaling salted pork strips doesn’t sound quite so awesome, lol.

    Everybody loves bacon though. Even me. And I haven’t eaten it in 18 years…but it still smells absolutely delicious.

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  53. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Use bacon to make BLT sammiches I do.
    Best use this is.

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  54. Tarnished says:

    Why not bacon bowls, or German potato salad, or chocolate covered bacon crisps, or bacon bits in mashed taters, or bacon encrusted polenta, or bacon wrapped steak?


  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    WHAT??? A militant vegan feminist as the Food Minister? That’s not going to be too popular.

    Thanks for telling me about the “back porch”. I had no idea. I am a very innocent bear.

    With all this talk about hen parties and someone bringing up daytime TV, I was reminded of Sharon Osborne going hysterical ove a man’s penis being cut off. As men, we should have dome something extreme back then.
    I won’t link the video.

    Spawny Get,
    Andrew Neil is a little reminiscint of Mike Wallace.
    That is a good thing.

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  56. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    If I were in opposition to this militant vegan, I would recommend a bear as minister with a few dogs for assistants.

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  57. Tarnished says:

    I’ve never met a vegan who wasn’t completely off their rocker and militant. Even I, who don’t eat animals of *any* kind, seafood included, have fallen under their tremendously arrogant ire. It’s just so frickin amazing…like a perpetual train wreck. I think having no animal products like milk or eggs or yogurt starts to negatively affect their brain chemistry, honestly.

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  58. Tarnished says:

    Thanks for telling me about the “back porch”. I had no idea. I am a very innocent bear.
    I know, Fuzzie. You’re kinda the exact opposite of me. I’m hopeless when it comes to any knowledge about dating or dealing with women in that way.

    I was reminded of Sharon Osborne going hysterical ove a man’s penis being cut off.
    I did a post regarding this topic as well, but shall not link to it if it’s upsetting to my friends here.

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  59. Spawny Get says:

    Well…I hardly think you’re on that cunt’s Sharon’s side, so no reason not to link, is there?

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  60. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Newsflash! Mrs. Dalrock says that Christian women are even worse at hen parties than secular women.


    The last time that I gave any thought to the Sharon Osborne thing, I thought that men had been reduced to the staus of cartoon characters to allow for women to laugh to that extent. Cartoon characters have no feelings and don’t get sympathy.

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  61. Tarnished says:

    Blarrrgh. Ugh. Of course not! I suppose I could…is it okay with Fuzzie? I don’t want this to become a topic of conversation if it’s going to upset people…


  62. Yoda says:

    From the Dalrock post this is

    One thing my wife has often noted is how intensely critical Christian wives are of their husbands whenever they gather, far more so than women in secular culture. The difference is so stark that she can identify groups of Christian wives just by their intense disrespect for their husbands. Recently we took the kids to a local festival. While I supervised the kids at an activity my wife was in line behind a group of women who loudly complained about their husbands for over twenty minutes. My wife finally asked:

    You ladies must be with a church group.

    The ladies were delighted. Yes, indeed they were! Had she noticed that they were all wearing crosses? My wife explained that no, she couldn’t see their crosses because she was behind them, but that their extended discussion tearing down their husbands with a litany of petty grievances gave them away. She urged them to repent of this pernicious habit and instead try to focus on how blessed they are to have their husbands. They were as you can imagine dumbstruck.

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  63. Sumo says:

    Fuck vegans:

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  64. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That is a lot of by-products! If you weren’t aware of it, the whole export economy of early California was totally dependent on cattle by-products.

    Please link. I’ll try to be good.

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  65. Spawny Get says:

    Rather like Washington D.C. and horse by-products nowadays?

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  66. Spawny Get says:

    Or is it still the bulls’?


  67. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Terrence popp tears into Ashley Madison.

    The quoted statistic that stood the most: Only three women’s profiles for every ten thousand were real.
    GOOD GRIEF!!! That’s a scam!

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  68. SFC Ton says:

    Who gives a fuck what vegans have to say? How many guns do vegans own? And what is the opinion of an unarmed man worth? Can vegans be called men?

    I say no

    Dating Christian chicks….. boy the attitude is unpleasant at best with no reduction in slut factor.

    I smoke too, does that mean I am extra hated?

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  69. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have to wonder how much of this is based on the presumption that school officials and local law enforcement had it wrong. That presumption would be based on prejudice against people from Texas.


  70. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “I smoke too. Does that mean I am extra hated?”
    In a word, YES. I gave it up about a year ago. It was socially disabling.


  71. Sumo says:

    A while back I was hanging with some chef buddies, who took me to a restaurant where another friend of theirs was the head chef. Since we were “industry peeps”, we got a pretty sweet discount on the meal, and also on the drinks.

    As a point of interest, it is a bad idea to provide The Mighty Sumo with free/cheap booze.

    During the meal, the chef came out to chat with us, and while he was there, a rude-ass hippie looking chick at the next table interrupted us and demanded that chef tell her what the vegan options were.

    Being annoyed (and more than a little drunk) I replied “Front door or the window, bitch” before chef could answer.

    My friends tell me that I’m no longer welcome at that particular restaurant.

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  72. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have to add to my last comment. I don’t hate you for being a smoker but, there are lots of people out there who do and you have never met them.

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  73. Tarnished says:

    Here you go:

    I don’t hate anyone for being a smoker, using pot, getting tattoos, having piercings, eating meat, or really most of the other things I don’t partake of. Unless it’s hurting someone else who has no say, what reason *is* there to hate?

    I will admit to hating the current factory farming industry, not only for the literal filth it creates, diseases it breeds, antibiotics it spreads to unwitting consumers, but also the wholly unnecessary pain it basically runs on. But humans for the most part are omnivores…we have evolved to adequately digest plants AND meat. Just because *I* can’t stomach it, has absolutely no bearing on what others should be eating. This vegan Minister needs to pass laws promoting a reduction of torture and disease, not condemn those who have a different diet than she.


  74. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That’s vintage.
    I have heard that it is close to impossible to satisfy vegans. To begin with, sutting out dairy makes putting together something nutricious extrememly difficult.


  75. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That was a great post. Thanks. You had M3 commenting? That’s impressive!
    I don’t think this vegan Minister will have much to do. I don’t think that people in Spawnyland go in for factory farms. If they do, it can’t be on anything like the scale we have here.


  76. Farm Boy says:

    I have a niece who is the vegan to end all vegans, She is in everybody’s face about it. Daddy is paying for her to go to this private university in Seattle that offers a Master’s Degree in Vegan Nutrition. Lots of debt, iffy job prospects. She is also an entitlement princess.


  77. Farm Boy says:

    More stuff from Tarn’s blog,

    Since you still look like a woman, does this mean you are privy to their private conversations?

    Yes, though there’s been many a time I wish I wasn’t. I can honestly say that when women are “alone” aka without any men in earshot, they act entirely different, or at least talk about things that I’d personally consider to be very private matters.

    Some of the topics include;
    -going into great (borderline graphic) detail about their menstrual cycle**
    -talking about their partner’s genital size and looks
    -rating/comparing the sexual prowess of each other’s husbands or boyfriends
    -pregnancy with all it’s physical/hormonal tribulations**
    -their jobs and how tough they are or how they are disappointed that Coworker X hasn’t asked them out yet
    -complaints about college life and the corresponding dating field
    -child rearing tips
    -commitment levels of various men they know/are dating
    -numerous talks about fashion/shoes/clothing and hairstyles
    -going over the latest flaw of women they interact with but don’t like
    -what’s happening in the latest tv shows or sitcoms
    -comparing how long it’s been since they had sex, and giving each other tips on how long to make their men wait
    -New Age or pseudoscientific topics

    I’d like to say that the all women groups that I’ve attended have also gone into further topics like philosophy, politics, finances, plans for the future of their marriage/single life, real relationship advice, religious differences, educational accomplishments, what goes on at the workplace, or current projects and hobbies they’re working on. But other than times that all-women college rallies were going on and such topics were the primary reason for meeting, I’ve never been to such a gathering. (Not saying they don’t happen, just that in my life thus far they have not.)

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  78. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    From hearing about your nephews, who teamed up to buy a house and live minimally, one would think that your niece would know better than to play the role of a pain in the a$$.

    “Comparing how long it has been since they had sex, and giving each other tips on how long to make their men wait.”
    This may be an Anglosphere thing. I do remember a Central American commenter who asked a woman about putting off her husband. She wouldn’t do it and it would go against her nature. She liked sex.


  79. Farm Boy says:

    From hearing about your nephews, who teamed up to buy a house and live minimally, one would think that your niece would know better than to play the role of a pain in the a$$.

    They are from a different bunch. Though the two boys you mention do have a sister who is an entitlement princess.


  80. Farm Boy says:

    This may be an Anglosphere thing. I do remember a Central American commenter who asked a woman about putting off her husband. She wouldn’t do it and it would go against her nature. She liked sex.

    So what is the matter with Anglosphere women?


  81. Farm Boy says:

    To be honest, I don’t have any nieces who are not entitlement princesses.

    How about you?

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  82. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I only have one niece. That she is older and that her brother followed so quickly, may have prevented her turning into a princess.

    If it is an Anglosphere thing, it would take very good research to confirm it. Given academia’s position on matters like this, we may never see it happen.
    I will offer a personal theory. Femininsm has polarized the sexes here. It hasn’t quite permeated all cultures. There are still areas of the world where women are expected to live cooperatively with their husbands.

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  83. Spawny Get says:

    Speaking of horse-shit

    The UN report itself contains a number of bizarre attempts to equate critical tweets on the internet with physical violence. “A cyber-touch is recognised as equally as harmful as a physical touch” says the report. In their press release, UN Women claim that “cyber violence … places a premium on emotional bandwidth.”

    It doesn’t tell us what “emotional bandwidth” means, so we are left to guess. It sounds like “emotional quotient,” which girls say their boyfriends are lacking despite their higher IQs. Nonetheless, the concept of “emotional bandwidth” raises interesting questions. Is it a crime when Netflix starts buffering during a romantic comedy?

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  84. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    From what I have heard from Lucien Valsan, while national governments are bad at yielding to feminism, the EU is worse, and the UN is worse yet. If they try to pass laws that are based on women’s feelings and not objective standards, it may be time for a “little revolution, now and then” as Thomas Jefferson said.

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  85. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post


  86. Tarnished says:

    I do remember a Central American commenter who asked a woman about putting off her husband. She wouldn’t do it and it would go against her nature. She liked sex.

    This is very true. The thing that is most confusing about denying your SO sex (for purposefully negative reasons, not legitimate ones) is this:
    If you decline to give sex, you’re not getting any either. It’s rather like refusing to buy a container of your favorite ice cream, simply because you’ll have to share it. Duh…that’s the whole point! It’s necessarily meant to be shared since that leads to more enjoyment!

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  87. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That was the plainest, most direct, and simplest arguement I have ever heard. You’d think it would work. Something crazy is going on. Like “cut off your nose to spite your face” crazy.


  88. Spawny Get says:

    It seems that many women prefer power over their guy to having sex.


  89. SFC Ton says:

    Women denying sex; well here’s the deal. She is denying see to a beta which is set she does not want. Also they don’t do cause and effect very well. It is likely she is wondering why she never gets laid at the exact moment she tells a man no

    Smoking a pipe or cigars will enhance your social standing


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