Sleep With the Boys?


Commenter Tarn recently wrote,

Liz … I just don’t get women, either. An insatiable desire for attention? affirmation?

Got it in one, methinks. That’s typical of someone with an external identity type. It’s a lack of SELF-esteem, which makes them very reliant on others.

There is that word again: self-esteem.  Here is Wikipedia’s definition

In sociology and psychology, self-esteem reflects a person’s overall subjective emotional evaluation of his or her own worth. It is a judgment of oneself as well as an attitude toward the self. Self-esteem encompasses beliefs (for example, “I am competent”, “I am worthy”) and emotions such as triumph, despair, pride, and shame. Smith and Mackie (2007) defined it by saying “The self-concept is what we think about the self; self-esteem, is the positive or negative evaluations of the self, as in how we feel about it.”

So let us go with the evaluation of their own worth definition.  Kids, especially girls, today are bombarded with attempts to raise their self-esteem.  If the effort was translated into results, the typical self-esteem would be sky-high.  But they are not.  I am not sure exactly where it is are on average.  Though probably they are higher than the days of yesteryear.

How can they not be?  Girls are filled with all sorts of Feminist propaganda, being strong, independent, empowered, able to do anything; all because of their awesome awesomeness.  They have almost all of the SMP leverage in those years compared to the boys, so why would they not believe the propaganda?  If they have the power in one area, then surely they have the power everywhere?  Right?  

So it is really difficult to believe that teen girls are lacking in self-esteem.  They have boys under their thumb, they can tease them to their hearts desire, they can grab attention anytime that they want. One might think that this might be enough to satisfy their “daily self-esteem requirements”.  Almost all boys survive on considerably less.  Do these girls have to actually sleep with the guys to bolster their self-esteem?  Is there that much of boost that comes from the act.  Isn’t the normal everyday attention enough?  Or is there another reason that teen girls sleep around?

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336 comments on “Sleep With the Boys?
  1. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    As for self esteem, given that women are human Beings and men are human Doings, That girl’s self esteem has been pumped up to the max is the same as building a skyscraper on sand. While boyss are more modest, at least they derive their worth from accomplishment.

    I can see your point about girls not needing to sleep with the boys, they are already getting everything they want, it is expected of girlfriends. Sex is what distinguishes a sexual relationship. Not giving sex to her boyfriend would be seen by both men and women as fraud.

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  2. Tarnished says:

    Warning: Personal anecdotes and opinions of a Gen Y’er raised and mostly treated as a female ahead. Read or dismiss as you like.

    So it is really difficult to believe that teen girls are lacking in self-esteem. They have boys under their thumb, they can tease them to their hearts desire, they can grab attention anytime that they want.

    This is true for the most part, with one caveat. If one is a female who is socially inept, awkward, shy, geeky, or otherwise boring (as Liz’s friend put it) they will not even think about teasing boys. Instead of imagining how they have boys “under their thumb” they’ll be busy with school, getting their first job, trying to fit into a social group, and *maybe* attempting to somehow work up the courage to let a guy know they like him. The idea of having a high SMP value is quite foreign, as it is made extremely clear that only the popular girls can do such things. For those of us who are tomboys or uncomfortable as girls, we see boys as our equals, not inferiors. Why tease someone when you can play videogames together instead?

    One might think that this might be enough to satisfy their “daily self-esteem requirements”. Almost all boys survive on considerably less.

    Ah, but self-esteem comes from within. It is the knowledge of one’s own inherent value *outside* of what others think. As the quote above says “It is a judgment of oneself“. This is very different than external validation, which girls get in truckloads while boys get scraps. You can be told all day, every day that you’re awesome…but if you never have to make an inner judgment of said awesomeness, those are just pretty words. Boys get the other side of the coin, where nobody expressly tells them they’re awesome, but they judge themselves all the time. Hence, self-esteem.

    Do these girls have to actually sleep with the guys to bolster their self-esteem? Is there that much of boost that comes from the act? Isn’t the normal everyday attention enough?

    Were that we had such a woman here to comment about this. It’d be a fantastic opportunity to get a view into a nearly separate world.

    Or is there another reason that teen girls sleep around?

    I didn’t share my virginity til I was 22, and seriously thinking about it, I’d probably would’ve waited just as long even without the childhood issues I had/have. You’re more sure of yourself at 17-18 than you are at 13-14, but there’s still a big difference between being Older and being an Adult.

    If I was currently able to have multiple FwB as I’d like to, it’d only be to share pleasure and intimacy, because I dislike being horny 24/7. More partners would mean more relief for all of us, especially since I’m attracted to bigger nerdy guys who aren’t normally Casanovas. Using sex as a means of procuring external validation is stupid, imo.

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn is right. This has to be answered from two perspectives, one for the “popular” girls and one for the remainder.
    Why is is that I don’t have a whole lot of empathy for the “popular” girls? We never do recover from high school, do we?

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  4. Tarnished says:

    I definitely see there being a spectrum, Fuzzie. It’s not like it’s half and half.

    There’s the popular girls who are essentially Alphas, followed by the semi-popular girls who may be able to work their way up into the top group if an opportunity appears.

    After that, there’s the ones who are leaders of their own social groups (the artists, the goths, the seasonal jocks, etc) but aren’t as well-known or admired as the populars. And under them are the misfits and loners who are kinda just there (or worse, treated as physical/emotional punching bags), but otherwise make their own strong friendships.

    Obligatory misfit song:

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  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I know what it is like to reside on “the island of misfit toys”.

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  6. Yoda says:

    Honest I will be.
    Liz’s hubby’s friend deserved what he did receive

    Live by the skank
    Die by the skank

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  7. Cill says:

    I like farm kill sausages, home-grown peas and mashed potatoes, and my mum’s homemade tomato sauce (“Ketchup” to you lot out there). I’ve just had a feed of the aforesaid food, and I feel good.

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  8. Tarnished says:

    Live by the skank
    Die by the skank

    Aka “don’t stick your dick in crazy”

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  9. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    How could Liz’s husband’s friend desreve to be treated that way? From a sertain point of view, if what happened was likely, better sooner than later, especially before the wedding and kids.
    Silly girlfriend to throw away Steady Eddy. Harley McRockbanddrummer she deserves but, only for a very limited time. A succession of Harleys doe not Steady Eddy equal.

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  10. Yoda says:

    Wonder if Moehau Man womans inflated self esteem they do have

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  11. Cill says:

    I feel quite special after that feed. Full of self-esteem.

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  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    Nobody has ever made salas like my mother.

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  13. Yoda says:

    Liz stated that attracted to skanky types he was.
    Wonder what he expected when walked into the bar she did

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  14. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Salad, sorry.

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  15. Yoda says:

    “Self esteem” low carb it is?

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  16. Tarnished says:

    I had spinach fettuccine with “meat” tomato sauce 🍝 (not ketchup 😉) + garlic butter crossaints. Plus vanilla frozen yogurt w/ strawberries. 🍓

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  17. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    She could have acted with restrait. She was Steady Eddy’s girlfriend. But, if she were serious, she wouldn’t have gone near the place, thereby avoiding temptation.
    I am not asking for too much here.

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  18. Tarnished says:

    “Self esteem” low carb it is?

    Yes, but it fills you with Determination. ❤

    (100 internet points to anyone who gets this reference.)

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  19. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Strawberries? I was going to link a clip from “The Caine Mutiny” but it is too oblique. If you haven’t seen it, it’s good drama with a stellar cast, written by Herman Wouk.

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  20. Tarnished says:

    She could have acted with restrait.

    Not if he tied her down correctly. Though if they decided to not use a gag, I suppose some actions were still available to her…

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  21. Yoda says:

    Only the least popular teen girls shut out of the game they were.
    All else active they could be,
    Perhaps blinded by hypergamy they might have been

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  22. Tarnished says:

    Nobody has ever made salas like my mother.

    I was slightly disappointed that the typo was for “salad”, not “salsa”. Though I enjoy both, a good salsa is more difficult to make. The restaurants by me all put ridiculous, heaping amounts of cilantro in their salsas. Blech!

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  23. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, Moehau Man females get self esteem when a well-dented Kauri Club is brandished in their direction.

    “Seek ye the wisdom of the Dent”, Mrs Moehau Man (my well-versed old mum) remarked just then. “Each dent imprinteth a head’s moment of wisdom at the crack of eternity. Greater self-esteem hath no man nor woman than that.”

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  24. Tarnished says:

    Only the least popular teen girls shut out of the game they were.

    Or they just decided not to play.

    We really do need to hear from some non-NAWALTS about this topic. I guess we could all go read some Jezebel “articles”.

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  25. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Am I on the right track?

    Yesterday, I found Girls und Panzer on youtube.

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  26. Cill says:

    “I had spinach fettuccine with “meat” tomato sauce 🍝 (not ketchup 😉) + garlic butter crossaints. Plus vanilla frozen yogurt w/ strawberries. 🍓”

    What weight did you say you are again, Tarn?

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  27. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    All we will get out of non-NAWALTs is excuses for their poor judgement and bad behavior.
    I’ll watch more Girls und Panzer videos instead.

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  28. molly says:

    “Were that we had such a woman here to comment about this. It’d be a fantastic opportunity to get a view into a nearly separate world.”

    Hey Tarn I’ll ask the PPP I dropped the icecream on! She could tell us! (YO! 😀 )

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  29. Tarnished says:

    Ahahaha! Yeah, you kinda found it, Fuzzie. Undertale is my favorite videogame right now. It’s all about dealing with the consequences of your actions, in a retro 8-bit format.

    Hmmm. Maybe some of the popular kids should play it…

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  30. Tarnished says:

    What weight did you say you are again, Tarn?

    Less than a bear, but more than a furby.

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  31. Tarnished says:

    Though that could be because I have, y’know, limbs… 😉

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  32. Tarnished says:

    Hey Tarn I’ll ask the PPP I dropped the icecream on! She could tell us!

    Are you going to threaten her with more lactose infused projectiles?

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  33. molly says:

    The answer is YES 😄
    On top of the head next time, like a clown’s cap. 😄 LOL

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  34. molly says:

    Fuzzie has gone quiet (and sad?) Wake him up with……….. ICECREAM!!

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  35. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly! Burrito, burrito, burrito. 🐻 roll.
    Thank you for ice cream!
    Don’t waste ice cream on the PPP. Show the Girls und Panzer video and tell her that they are Russian anti-feminists who just found out that Western women are treating their men badly.

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  36. molly says:

    Fuzzie the jumping buns

    P.S. Do not attempt at home 😀

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  37. Cill says:

    I’m a box of fluffy ducks.

    Ever had that feeling where you’ve had a good feed and you just feel good. You have a Cabinet Sauvignon or two to settle the sausages and all seems well with the world. You forget all the SJW shit and the feminist fuck-up of the world and you sit back on a bright clear Autumn day and you say, Fuck it all, I’m feeling good.”

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  38. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yay, Cill!

    Right now, I am imagining the Girls in their Panzers going after the fembots. I am hearing a lot of “On the way!”. The Girls don’t understand why Western women treat men badly. Don’t they ever need something taken down from the top shelf? They don’t mind making the boys sandwiches. They like having them as company.
    What’s Russian for “Wacky feminists?”

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  39. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Thank you, Molly!

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  40. Cill says:

    Onward and upward Fuzzy Bear!

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  41. Cill says:

    The Brotherhood of Man is woman’s greatest fear… or should be.

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  42. Ame says:

    idk if i’d believe that the ability to sex up boys = high self esteem. actually, with all the girls out there are doing that, and there are still apparent self-esteem issues, then I would think it proves this theory not true.

    over-inflating girls is doing them no favor. other girls hate them. having sex with boys or girls doesn’t increase self-esteem and makes them locker room talk. and they end up failing at life b/c they don’t have a realistic view of themselves.

    I was one of the boring girls, but I did have guys asking for sex in high school. I chose not to. I lived on the beach where there were lots of hotels. on Monday at school all the stories of who got drunk, who slept with who, who woke up with who not knowing what happened, whose pics were taken in compromising situations without them having any memory, and – probably even more of a factor for me, personally, how they all barfed their guts up from being so drunk. none of that appealed to me. on any level.

    very interesting … my youngest sister, who is six years my junior, dated a guy I graduated with long after i’d left the state. he told her that all the guys respected me in high school. I had no idea. my mom would rag on me saying that I intimidated the boys and needed to let them win at games – she and my dad loved it when I was sexually attractive to boys. but my mom was knocked up with me when they got married, and I was not going to let there be any chance of that happening to me.

    oh, and all the girls who got pregnant in high school? they all went to my church. I think there were six my senior year, or maybe that was my junior year. I can’t remember now.

    there was no lack of alcohol, drugs, or sex in my high school. it was blatant. i’m sure the pop girls used their sex to manipulate boys … but I then would hear the guys talking about them behind their backs, too. and I sure as hell didn’t want that to be me they were talking about.

    I wasn’t in any group. I was more my own person and knew people in all the groups. I didn’t like being labeled and known by a group. others may have put me in a group, but I wouldn’t have cared then, and I don’t care now.

    I have to wonder where all this will end. there will be an end. it will not be pretty. when I think it can’t get any worse before it ends, it does.

    what are those girls thinking? I have no idea. how do they live with themselves? beats me. they keep lying to themselves and getting nowhere positive. one would think they’d wake up at some point; I sure don’t get it.

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  43. Ame says:

    Cill says:

    20 April, 2016 at 5:37 am

    “The Brotherhood of Man is woman’s greatest fear… or should be.”

    not for me … not my greatest fear. more like my greatest relief. i’m ready for all this to end.

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  44. Cill says:

    Feminism is like the Soviet Block, it’s so counter to nature, it must end. It’s a question of how much more enlightenment they can replace with their ignorance before that time comes.

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  45. Cill says:

    Ahhh yeah. Saxonvale Hunter Valley 1979 Claret Bin 169. Fuzzy, there have been no bad bottles in the batch. You said a long time ago there would be a bad one and I agree there should have been. It’s all been a beautiful drop.

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  46. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    I have to wonder about “The Brotherhod of Man’. Men have never before had to unite to defend themselves against their own women. It is only in the last half century where the goals of the sexes have diverged.
    To add to that, you’d think they’d want to be able to take things down from the top shelf and get their pickle jars opened.

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  47. Cill says:

    There has always been a brotherhood in men. It’s a small percentage of men though. Most men are sycophants. There’s a sector of men who respect strength and sometimes allow themselves to celebrate it if it is deserved, and sometimes following occasions when it is not deserved. No-one is perfect.

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  48. Cill says:

    I can’t say I feel good all the time. Who does? I feel good enough, in charge of myself, near enough to all the time. There have been some fairly bad times in the past that I don’t dwell on. Focus on the bad to build up your resilience, but learn where to break it off before it becomes negative value to you.

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  49. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    I have to wonder if part of the general good feeling that you are experiencing is coming into conhtct with women, like your mother and other relatives, who accept you and are supportive. In a word, feminine. From what I hear, men crave that. It’s not about sex per se, it’s about socializzing.

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  50. Cill says:

    It comes from a good meal earlier tonight, with only 3 things on the plate: sausage, mashed spuds, and peas. (And my mum’s tomato sauce I must admit).

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  51. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    Food!!!!! What bachelors like!!!
    For bachelor bears, it is even more so.

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  52. Sumo says:

    Did someone mention food?

     photo 5856C138-3F76-4A26-8C19-0D63895737B9_zpsydl3kast.jpg

    If the link worked, that’s a pic of the first dish I’ve ever had added to the menu at the resto – spicy miso glazed potatoes.

    That’s right, boys and girls – The Mighty Sumo is no longer a Menu Virgin!

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  53. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Sumo,
    I want some! Congratulations!

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  54. Liz says:

    “Liz stated that attracted to skanky types he was.
    Wonder what he expected when walked into the bar she did”

    Well…I said “nonboring” types. But, yeah he has a history with skanks. This particular girl was very into him though, and it was rare for him to care at all, and he cared for her a great deal. Also, she was far better than his typical catch. (no gps anklet LOL)

    Now, I will say Mike would be less surprised if I grew a full scale second head than if he caught me in some shenanigans with some dude at a bar. I am indeed very “boring” on that scale.

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  55. Liz says:

    “idk if i’d believe that the ability to sex up boys = high self esteem”

    I don’t think so either, Ame. I think it’s the opposite. Or the most used up have the most self esteem…which makes no sense at all.

    I’m kind of reminded of black history month. (stay with me, I have a point)
    The swill they peddle (especially to children). Every year folks are subjected to some version of the following:

    “This is the story of a little boy named Theo who woke up one morning and asked his mother, Mom, what if there were no Black people in the world? Well his mother thought about that for a moment, and then said, Son, follow me around today and let’s just see what it would be like if there were no Black people in the world. Mom said, now go get dressed and we will get started.

    Theo ran to his room to put on his clothes and shoes. His mother took one look at him and said, Theo, where are your shoes and those clothes are all wrinkled son, I must iron them. But when she reached for the ironing board it was no longer there. You see Sarah Boone, a black woman, invented the ironing board and Jan E. Matzelinger, a black man invented shoes.

    Oh well, she said, please go and do something to your hair. Theo ran in his room to comb his hair, but the comb was not there. You see, Walter Sammons, a black man invented the comb. Theo decided to just brush his hair, but the brush was gone. Lydia O. Newman, a black female, invented the brush. Well this was a sight, no shoes, wrinkled clothes, hair a mess, even Mom’s hair, without the hair care inventions of Madam C. Walker, well you get the picture.

    Mom told Theo, let’s do our chores around the house and then take a trip to the grocery store. Theo’s job was to sweep the floor. He swept and swept and swept. When he reached for the dustpan, it was not there. You see. Lloyd P. Ray, a black man, invented the dustpan. So he swept his pile of dirt over in the comer and left it there. He then decided to mop the floor, but the mop, was gone. You see, Thomas W. Stewart, a black man. invented the mop.

    Theo yelled to his Mom, Mom, I’m not having any luck. Well son, she said, let me finish washing these clothes and we will prepare a list for the grocery store. When the wash was finished, she went to place the clothes in the dryer but it was not there. George T. Samon, a black man, invented the clothes dryer.”

    Now everyone instinctively already knows the above drivel is drivel. When reading these lists of so-called inventions, which are especially prevalent on the Internet, it becomes painfully obvious the lies contained within those lists. These lists are especially popular on college campuses. These campaigns with a long list of inventions have spread across America.

    Imagine what this is like to the recipient. Imagine being pat on the head and constantly told you’re a “very smart, special person”….”lookie at all these inventions of your people!”
    This is what we do to girls, too. Ghost Busters can’t have a bunch of normal ladies they all have to be some sort of “super genius” scientist and everyone knows that is just drivel too.
    But what does being told constantly that “girls can do math! They really can!” actually do? When you constantly tell a person “you aren’t stupid! Really really…” I think it just sets people up to feel stupid. It’s condescending in the extreme (IOW, harmful to self esteem) what it’s obvious that the real achievers get no such accolades.

    Teaching little Theo that he would be barefoot, ungroomed and eating off the floor if it had not been for the contributions of blacks is not doing Theo, or anyone else, a favor. Telling little Donna about a bunch of women’s faux accomplishments and faux importance isn’t doing Donna any favors either.

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  56. Liz says:

    Of course I think this is all by design. it’s very much in the politicians interest to create and maintain a dependency class of voters.
    Overcoming obstacles and accomplishing goals (especially things you didn’t think you would be able to do) is the stuff that builds confidence, not being told constantly how great you are for no accomplishment.

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  57. BuenaVista says:

    “Self-esteem” is just the psycho-babble version of regret sex. Women trot it out when they regret their behavior and … want sympathy (and more attention). Adults have an obligation to construct and manage a self, not “self-esteem”. If one damages oneself or another person, the notion that one would seek “understanding and compassion” because one was an isolated and fearful child (newsflash: nobody gives a fuck), whose mother put one in the hospital twice, and therefore became crippled for life in the self-esteem department, is simply juvenile. We’re in playing the world’s smallest violin territory. As Cill notes, a man can either dwell on such stuff, or face the world and devour its pleasures and confront its beauty.

    Check out the solipsistic, infantile word salad that is this minor commedienne’s explanation for her inability to either think, or behave, like a grown-up. (I.e., to act rationally on the abstract objective she claims for herself, to inhabit a mature relationship.) What do you bet she spends hours each week talking about her childhood self-esteem crippling trauma-drama? This woman speaks in the rambling nonsense of a 13 year-old.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/soloish/wp/2016/04/19/how-do-you-know-when-it-really-is-just-nerves-or-a-real-fear-of-commitment/

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  58. SFC Ton says:

    last I read the more dysfunctional the demographic group the higher the self esteem

    and self esteem is a phrase best banned from adult conversation. How can I take the notion seriously? it just sounds like chit lit bullshit

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  59. SFC Ton says:

    and chicks sleep with boys because sex feels good/ we are born with a sex drive

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  60. BuenaVista says:

    Peter Balakian won the Pulitzer this week. One of his poems ends:

    “How will the sky answer the wind?
    The dawn isn’t heartbreaking.
    The world isn’t full of love.”

    He subordinates himself to an implacable world that cares about him not at all, but in the act of producing the poem, asserts his agency in the face — because of — the world’s implacable indifference, and makes of its indifference something beautiful.

    I think that his line “the dawn isn’t heartbreaking” he suggests that the dawn (the external world, which includes other people) does not exist to inspire or justify his own feelz.

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  61. SFC Ton says:

    Wtf does

    How will the sky answer the wind?
    The dawn isn’t heartbreaking.
    The world isn’t full of love.

    mean?

    Also thanks for reintroducing the word Patrimony into my vocabulary

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  62. BuenaVista says:

    Haha. I think it means to accept human smallness and that the world isn’t a convenience for rambling, self-centered, flowery assertions of personal value and uniqueness.

    Or, the world doesn’t care if you have “self-esteem.”

    Or, suck it up buttercup and pour yourself a cocktail while enjoying the show.

    Or, the earth abides, the vanity of human wishes does not.

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  63. BuenaVista says:

    It’s the opposite of the post-modern conceit that there’s no such thing as reality, and our highest and best use is to impose our description and prejudices (via the claims of our special snowflaking egos) on “reality.”

    Feminists and women (I repeat myself) tend to put this another way: “Your story is your story”, as though all stories are meaningful and deserving of attention.

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  64. Liz says:

    Fuzzy: “Silly girlfriend to throw away Steady Eddy. Harley McRockbanddrummer she deserves but, only for a very limited time. A succession of Harleys doe not Steady Eddy equal.”

    I think she was foolish to behave disloyally with a guy who was pretty enamored with her (and her with him). It was self sabotaging stuff. But…I wouldn’t call him a “Steady Eddie”. That kind of conjures up a different image. He’s not a boyscout (though I love him like a little brother).
    He pretty much epitomizes what a week’s worth of reading the posts at Rollo’s would indicate 90 percent of the dudes in there are aspiring to be.

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  65. SFC Ton says:

    LOL BV. I have I ever said I am happy being the dumbest guy in the room? you smart folks think about shit to much

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  66. SFC Ton says:

    as the usa/ the West becomes more unstable we will see more branch swinging and alpha cock seeking

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  67. Liz says:

    I’m going to self validate now by liking all of my own posts.
    Hmph.

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  68. Liz says:

    I like getting that message: “Someone” liked your post.
    Don’t ask me how I know this…

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  69. Tarnished says:

    Pffft. You’re hardly the dumbest guy in the room, Ton. Biggest “asshole” maybe, but certainly not the dumbest. 😉

    I’ve told you about some of my past customers, man. At least *your* comments don’t leave me wondering how many lead paint chips you consumed as a child…

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  70. Liz says:

    Dagnabbit I can’t even like myself anymore!
    Not a single “someone liked” was given this day.
    Looks up at the sky, fist in the air yelling, “SWITHY!!”
    Thank God for Tarn, throwing a couple of “likes” my way.
    Else I’d have the nervous shakes.
    😀

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  71. Tarnished says:

    I even Liked the above comment 3 times! 🍻

    Liked by 4 people

  72. Liz says:

    LOL Thanks Tarn. I think I will be able to make it through the day without Valium now.
    😀

    Liked by 4 people

  73. Tarnished says:

    But just in case you can’t, here’s some PFUDOR

    Liked by 3 people

  74. Yoda says:

    I think I will be able to make it through the day without Valium now

    Valium enhances self esteem it does?

    Liked by 2 people

  75. Yoda says:

    If men paid as much attention to self esteem as women they did,
    then laughed at incessantly they would be

    Liked by 5 people

  76. Yoda says:

    If you ever doubted that a single Craigslist ad could capture the decline and fall of Western civilization, doubt no more. A Craigslist ad posted over the weekend by a concerned helicopter parent in the upscale neighborhood of Bel Air, Los Angeles, seeks a tutor for his or her adult son, a 22-year-old student at the University of California-Los Angeles who is having trouble with his gender studies class.

    It seems the man-boy needs to write a paper about feminism and feminist theories, a subject he finds “boring and uninteresting,” hence he has not even started the paper, which is due in a few weeks. Lucky for him, his parents are willing to pay good money to hire someone to meet with him “2-3 times a week” for “more than 1-2 weeks” to help him write his paper on feminism.

    Really, you just have to read the ad in full. It seems impossible this isn’t a joke, and yet…

    http://thefederalist.com/2016/04/19/this-parents-craigslist-ad-for-a-womens-studies-tutor-proves-america-is-over/

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  77. Yoda says:

    A victim she was

    Mrs. Obama went-full-on down-with-The-Patriarchy as she complained that men would comment, or even “whistle” at her due to her appealing looks. The First Lady dramatically spiraled: “[A]s if my body were their property, as if I were an object to be commented on instead of a full human being with thoughts and feelings of my own.”

    http://reagancoalition.com/articles/2016/michelle-obama-ive-been-victimized-by-sexism-men-used-to-whistle-at-me.html

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  78. Yoda says:

    Speaking of post modern silliness,

    Where things get interesting is when Backholm – a 5’9” Caucasian male — presses the students on whether they would challenge him if he claimed to be a 6’5” Chinese female who wants to attend first grade. Most of the college students are simply unwilling to deny Backholm whatever reality he wants to believe.

    They can’t say he’s wrong.

    Set aside for the moment your own views toward people who feel a conflict between their internal sense of gender and their biological sex at birth and, even if you’re sympathetic to that, whether bathrooms and locker rooms of people of the opposite gender should be open to them. (I think it’s a bad idea.)

    What’s most notable to me is to see where certain fashionable currents of thoughts — radical relativism, post-modernism, and extreme non-judgmentalism — lead. As it begins to dawn on students how ludicrous this all is – are they really unable to tell Backholm that he’s not a 6’5” Chinese female who should be able to attend first grade? — you can see, in their hesitation, how they are struggling with where the logical endpoints of their assumptions and worldview eventually bring them. And yet they are unable to offer any intellectual or moral stopping point. As one of the female students put it, “I feel like that’s not my place as like another human to say someone is wrong or to draw lines or boundaries.”

    https://www.commentarymagazine.com/american-society/defense-objective-truth/

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  79. Cill says:

    “I’m going to self validate now by liking all of my own posts.
    Hmph.”

    Liz I liked on quite a few of your comments before reading that. Please tell me… Have I… Have I invaded your safe space?

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  80. SFC Ton says:

    I promise you Tarn ever regular commentator here has a bigger IQ and better education then myself. Which I also promise you is more of a curse for them then a blessing

    I have a body of experiences and a clarity of thinking which people mistakenly equate to intelligence but in reality is a blessing of a slightly better then median intelligence and some nasty physiological conditioning

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  81. thedeti says:

    Every once in a while, a post and/or comment comes along that provides opportunities for meta-observations.

    This post, and the comments of Cill and Buena Vista, represent one of those times.

    I absolutely loved the simplicity of Cill’s statements. He revels in simple joys like his mother’s cooking. It doesn’t give him self esteem or define him, it just is. There was some bad shit that happened to Cill. He doesn’t dwell on it. He learns from it. There is good in his life. He dwells on that. he invests in the good. Like enjoying his mother’s cooking. It is good, and so he dwells on that. He looks back on the bad, so he can learn from it, and hopefully not do it again.

    BV said we’re all to manage a “self”, not cultivate “self-esteem”. (One would think that if we have a self or a sense of self, the “esteem” part would follow naturally.) He’s right. If we are shit, we aren’t going to “esteem” shit. And we cannot esteem that which we don’t know. I submit a huge huge problem is that people don’t know themselves, don’t know their “selfs”, and don’t know what a “self” is.

    It’s a problem with men now. The long departed Badger wrote once that 50 years or so of feminism have left men deeply, deeply confused about who they are, where they are, and what they are supposed to do in this fucked up sexual and relationship market place. This is why there is a Red Pill in the first place. These men don’t know who they are. They don’t know what they like or don’t like. They don’t know what they’re supposed to be or do. It’s because no one ever told them or gave them anything. It’s because what they were told is a pack of lies and doesn’t work to get them what they want and need. It’s because of all this, and more.

    Many, many men were raised with the idea of “self” as outwardly projected identity: occupation. Husband to a woman. Father to his children. Those “selves” are quickly disappearing. Most men are going to have “jobs”, not occupations, professions or even trades. As we progress, most men won’t have wives with which to build lives. And they certainly won’t be fathers in the sense that they live with and have an active hand in raising their children. these things just won’t be available to most men in the future as they cultivate their “selves”.

    So they cling to Red Pill. Is this a good thing? Is this beneficial to them in the long run?

    It can’t be any worse than their shedding, or having no choice but to shed, the things which Blue Pill and the Feminine Imperative demanded of them — wife up the slut, support her, and be a father to her children. Those things just aren’t practical for younger men coming up now. What does the Blue Pill and the FI have for them now? It wants to make them into millions of Boxers, the drafthorse from Animal Farm — “I will work harder” for the promise of paradise… someday. For The Children. For the Greater Good. Because it’s The Right Thing To Do. Because it’s Moral and Right and Good and Noble and Praiseworthy.

    Men have to cultivate a “self” outside of an identity to what he is to others. Fifty years ago, this was handled by around age 15 or 16. Too many men nowadays are in their 30s and 40s, and this task of identifying “self” STILL isn’t handled. The Blue Pill and the FI demanded that his “self” be defined completely as a function of his utility to others. That won’t suffice anymore, not for a red pill man. But…the red pill cannot be merely a form of “self esteem”, that he must like himself even if he is shit and even if he’s a fat fuck failure. That’s one of the main criticisms lodged against the redpill and the manosphere now — that it’s just feminism for men.

    At some point men have to say that their “self” is fully defined independently of what he is to others. He has to determine this for himself. He has to demand that others recognize this too.

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  82. Tarnished says:

    Set aside for the moment your own views toward people who feel a conflict between their internal sense of gender and their biological sex at birth and, even if you’re sympathetic to that, whether bathrooms and locker rooms of people of the opposite gender should be open to them. (I think it’s a bad idea.)

    It is a bad idea.
    Far too many trans people get mocked or beaten for doing so, if they don’t pass well enough. Converting existing older or not as often used bathrooms/locker rooms into gender neutral ones is an adequate compromise that has worked quite well at various colleges, including the ones I attended in the past. There’s no need to make normal men and women uncomfortable.

    I promise you Tarn every regular commentator here has a bigger IQ and better education then myself.

    As true as that is, I still appreciate the observations you make, even though I don’t agree with them all the time. This is likely the case for a number of us.

    At some point men have to say that their “self” is fully defined independently of what he is to others. He has to determine this for himself. He has to demand that others recognize this too.

    MGTOW not just regarding relationships with women, but with society as a whole, then.

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  83. OKRickety says:

    Reminds me of Aaron Tippin singing You’ve Got to Stand for Something, Or You’ll Fall For Anything

    If you appreciate country music (maybe Choicy does?) look for Joe Diffie, Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin – All In the Same Boat on YouTube.

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  84. thedeti says:

    “MGTOW not just regarding relationships with women, but with society as a whole, then.”

    Perhaps. The point is that men (and women, increasingly) cannot look externally to determine who and what they are. I fell into that trap. I let everyone else define me, tell me who and what I am, and what I am supposed to do and be. It happens far too often.

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  85. Choicy says:

    thedeti that was a good explanation mate. Ton I’m not known to be the sharpest tool in the shed myself, but it didn’t stop me mate. I get by. I think IQ measures a nerd intelligence not a practical joker like me. It’s the wee hours in a desert morning in the great southern land. Good night my mates.

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  86. Tarnished says:

    The point is that men (and women, increasingly) cannot look externally to determine who and what they are.

    Agreed.

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  87. Dragonfly says:

    I agree with Liz that the self-esteem “movement” seems to be doing more harm than good for the women who are indoctrinated in it. It’s sad… moving away from teaching women to actually work on their “self” to actually BE a woman that is confident in who she is because of how she behaves/what she does in life, all that isn’t done anymore.

    There doesn’t seem to be a will to motivate women to get back to those things, because society is so quick to say to them that they’re fine just how they are – it’s like having false virtues or something.

    Anyway… writing kind of on this topic right now encouraging women to develop character traits that will help them become virtuous women: https://girlwithadragonflytattoo.com/2016/04/20/the-power-difficulty-of-becoming-a-woman-of-virtue/

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  88. thedeti says:

    “Do these girls have to actually sleep with the guys to bolster their self-esteem? Is there that much of boost that comes from the act. Isn’t the normal everyday attention enough? Or is there another reason that teen girls sleep around?”

    I suppose if I’m to continue to be welcome around here, I should actually respond to the post.

    Teen girls sleep around because they can, because it’s fun, because it feels good, and because they get validation. Validation doesn’t mean “self esteem”. It means their worth and value is affirmed externally from the attention they get from a hot guy. It means they get bragging rights with their girlfriends. It means they “win” in their little competitions they have with their frenemies (girlfriends).

    But mostly, they do it because they can.

    We hear this a lot – the reason girls fuck hawt guys is because these girls don’t like themselves all that much. They don’t have a lot of self respect, they don’t have high opinions of themselves, they think they are ugly, they’re looking for someone to love them, they are looking for potential husbands, they just want to be wives and mommies, yadda yadda yadda.

    I have a hard time buying it. Of course, what I’m about to say, I’ve said before.

    With very few exceptions, in this and most other sexual marketplaces, women can get pretty much whatever they want, when they want it. I’ve met one woman in my entire life who was completely unable to get anyone sexually interested in her. Almost without exception, if a girl wants sex, she can get that. If she wants to get married, she can get that too. She won’t be able to marry the hawt guys she can fuck. But she will be able to get her rough RMP equivalent to commit to her. Women don’t want these men who are willing to commit to them, because those men are not hot, exciting, interesting, etc. Women want commitment from hot, exciting and interesting men.

    The main reason I don’t believe women when they say they are fucking these guys because they just wanna get married, is this: When these women really set their minds to it, when they really decide it’s time to get married, you know what happens?

    They get married.

    A woman can get married pretty much whenever she wants to. Might not be to the guy she wants; or to the hottest guy. But if she “just wants to be a wife and mother”, she can get that done YESTERDAY.

    If that’s what she really wants.

    It happens at 22, or 25, or 30, or 38. A couple years ago, Sunshine Mary (now Sunshine Thiry) wrote at her blog about Jacqueline Halbig, who married Greg Schleppenbach. Halbig was 44; Schleppenbach was 49. It was a first marriage for both. Both were big in the conservative pro life movement, both are Catholic, both are high rollers and movers and shakers in DC conservative politics.

    Halbig chose to wait until she was 44 to marry. She CHOSE it. She had the looks to marry 20 years earlier.

    All of the above is why I don’t believe it when women tell me they “can’t” find someone to marry them. Bullshit. They DON’T WANT to marry. They don’t want to marry the men who are willing to offer themselves. They don’t want to give up their freedom. They don’t want to “settle” if someone else or better comes along. They’re about getting drunk, getting high, having fun, partying down, and sometimes getting laid.

    That’s why I don’t believe it when women protest about why they sleep around, why they don’t/can’t get married.

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  89. Tarnished says:

    I’d just like to make the observation that deti is on fire with his comments today. 👍🏆

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  90. Cill says:

    and self esteem is a phrase best banned from adult conversation. How can I take the notion seriously? it just sounds like chit lit bullshit

    HAHAHA!

    Yeah. FTW. Even if self esteem once stood for something meaningful, it’s now femichick bullshit.

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  91. Tarnished says:

    We’re gonna need a new vocabulary, due to all the terminology taken over and/or made meaningless by Fems and SJWs…

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  92. Ame says:

    Liz – i’ll go thru and ‘like’ all your posts … i’ve been keeping up from afar.

    Liked by 4 people

  93. Ame says:

    Sumo – that’s almost mean to post pics and for us to not be able to eat any!

    Liked by 3 people

  94. Cill says:

    Hey Lizzy Liz! Now you’ve got a glut of Likes (please note: I led the rush)

    Liked by 4 people

  95. Cill says:

    Unsolicited, I might add.

    Liked by 3 people

  96. Ame says:

    “Perhaps. The point is that men (and women, increasingly) cannot look externally to determine who and what they are. I fell into that trap. I let everyone else define me, tell me who and what I am, and what I am supposed to do and be. It happens far too often.”

    years ago my male psychologist told me, “Ame, you don’t need to take a vote of all your friends before you make a decision.”

    light bulb moment.

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  97. Ame says:

    “I suppose if I’m to continue to be welcome around here, I should actually respond to the post.”

    naw … you’ll still be welcome! no social pressure to conform around here! 🙂

    Liked by 4 people

  98. Liz says:

    “Valium enhances self esteem it does?”

    Nah. Just stops my nervous ticks and shuffling.

    Liked by 3 people

  99. Ame says:

    Ame is a good cook, but Sumo is a GREAT chef!
    Fuzzie doesn’t care … Fuzzie likes food!
    Molly likes to give Fuzzie food.
    Fuzzie loves when Molly gives him food!
    Cill likes to eat his Mamma’s cooking.
    Makes his Mamma happy.
    Makes Cill VERY happy!
    Makes thedeti happy, too 🙂
    Food. It makes people happy!

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  100. Ame says:

    ““Valium enhances self esteem it does?”

    Nah. Just stops my nervous ticks and shuffling.”

    but, Liz … sometimes we’re rather have the delusion rather than the truth 🙂

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  101. Liz says:

    “Liz – i’ll go thru and ‘like’ all your posts … i’ve been keeping up from afar.”

    I was just kidding, Ame. Please don’t like ’em all. But thankyou. lol 😀

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  102. Ame says:

    “and self esteem is a phrase best banned from adult conversation. How can I take the notion seriously? it just sounds like chit lit bullshit”

    we can pick another term 😉

    Synonyms for self-esteem
    noun pride
    confidence dignity, morale, self-respect, conceit, egotism, narcissism, self-assurance, self-regard, self-satisfaction, vanity, worth, amour propre, self-content

    http://www.thesaurus.com/browse/self-esteem

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  103. Ame says:

    Liz says:
    20 April, 2016 at 8:17 pm
    “Liz – i’ll go thru and ‘like’ all your posts … i’ve been keeping up from afar.”

    I was just kidding, Ame. Please don’t like ’em all. But thankyou. lol😀

    too late, Liz … but just to be fair, i think i ‘liked’ everyone’s … except, that i DID like everyone’s … so am i being too fair? or just being honest? or … who cares anyway 😉

    i should have added a smiley to the end of the first post … i didn’t take you seriously 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  104. Spawny Get says:

    “no social pressure to conform around here! 🙂 ”
    Certainly not.

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  105. Cill says:

    “confidence dignity, morale, self-respect, conceit, egotism, narcissism, self-assurance, self-regard, self-satisfaction, vanity, worth, amour propre, self-content”
    Sounds like me. And Sumo of course.

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  106. Ame says:

    BV – perhaps the only redeeming thing about that piece is that, as of this moment, there are zero comments.

    Liked by 1 person

  107. Spawny Get says:

    “Nah. Just stops my nervous ticks and shuffling”
    I thought that was what the froggy helmet was for(?)

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  108. Liz says:

    Heh, some interesting completely off topic stories from our college friend (who just left). Okay, just one.

    He was a tanker guy (a pilot for a plane that refuels other planes, from the air) for a while. He said that during the hot months out in the desert their fuel efficiency goes down (hot air is less dense) and the officials start squawking about the bill (the higher bill in summer, lower in winter is too complicated an equation because Generals apparently have to give up their brains as soon as they make Major). Their proposed (and implimented) solution was to remove all of the parachutes, emergency oxygen tanks, and the crash axe to remove the extra weight from the tankers. That’s like something out of the Onion, so I thought I’d share.

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  109. Cill says:

    “conceit, egotism, narcissism,”
    Doesn’t sound like the Patriarch though. Men who come with BTMSGL are humble by nature. Never will you hear them referring to their own MSGL. It just doesn’t happen – at least not on this blog.

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  110. Spawny Get says:

    “clarity of thinking which people mistakenly equate to intelligence”
    I’m not sure that ‘clarity of thinking’ isn’t deeply undervalued by this society. I certainly value it and strive to achieve it. That may not come across as much as it should due to my country’s lack of a first amndment.

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  111. Spawny Get says:

    Not lately, Cill. I’ve been too busy expounding on the subject of my cock. Been seeing him a lot lately. I’m trying to get him used things. See if I can get him to come to my hand. And the hens. They’re all looking mighty plump recently, but I kind of like the idea of them as pets. They’re currently off the menu.

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  112. Ame says:

    Liz says:
    20 April, 2016 at 12:32 pm

    “Teaching little Theo that he would be barefoot, ungroomed and eating off the floor if it had not been for the contributions of blacks is not doing Theo, or anyone else, a favor. Telling little Donna about a bunch of women’s faux accomplishments and faux importance isn’t doing Donna any favors either.”

    yes.

    kinda funny … my brother, a super Alpha male, made a similar comment recently to my aspie daughter … he told her that we have a great history of highly intelligent and successful people in our genetic lineage. which is all true. but what’s funny is that my brother, who doesn’t have a college degree, is super intelligent, super street-smart, and very successful in most every area of his life. but my parents demeaned him all his life, and i think he needs some internal validation that, yes, he is smart. all his successes (of which there are many) don’t seem to be enough to kill those stupid voices from our childhood that still pop up from time-to-time.

    i guess it’s only good to know if you’re going to use it to motivate you to be the best you can be … but not to use it to carry you simply b/c you have a connection to it.

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  113. Spawny Get says:

    The females concern me though. They seem to think that if they go to ground on my lawn, I won’t see them from 12 feet away. They sure am dumb. I’m concerned that they may be stupid enough to be feminists. I don’t want them shrieking the place up and pulling alarms.

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  114. Ame says:

    SFC Ton says:
    20 April, 2016 at 5:05 pm
    “I promise you Tarn ever regular commentator here has a bigger IQ and better education then myself. Which I also promise you is more of a curse for them then a blessing

    I have a body of experiences and a clarity of thinking which people mistakenly equate to intelligence but in reality is a blessing of a slightly better then median intelligence and some nasty physiological conditioning”

    well … i think that just put a realistic ‘value’ on iq tests, then!

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  115. Ame says:

    Yoda says:
    20 April, 2016 at 4:38 pm
    Speaking of post modern silliness,

    Yoda … that’s just … i don’t even know what to say to all that. makes me think that my simply analogy to my girls about truth isn’t so silly after all … “If you want to believe the sky is green, when it’s blue, you can do so. It won’t change the truth that the sky is blue, but you are free to believe the lie.”

    sheesh!

    the sad thing … if he had reversed the order of his questions, the answers would have been different. but they could not face the truth!

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  116. Cill says:

    breaking :
    On NZ national news, CCTV clips of gangs of women beating up staff and looting supermarkets. Surge of female violence. Media expresses shock. Stupid pricks can’t see, this is feminism – the march of matriarchy.

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  117. Tarnished says:

    Somewhat on topic.
    Toysoldier knocks it out of the park again:

    https://toysoldier.wordpress.com/2016/04/20/a-dose-of-stupid-v123/#more-11205

    Spawny,

    Your cock is far too colorful when compared to the hens. Misogyny! 😉

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  118. Cill says:

    This is what happens when the balancing control of men is removed. Some men are natural leaders. If they are negated, women go barking mad.

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  119. Cill says:

    “Your cock is far too colorful” … might need a checkup.

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  120. Spawny Get says:

    I read some femtripe recently that said that peahens and the like were drab so that the males didn’t rape them… I think that they might be a bit mental. Femeroids, I mean. And thick as pigshit.

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  121. Tarnished says:

    I read some femtripe recently that said that peahens and the like we’re drab so that the males didn’t rape them

    …what?
    How is that even…?

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  122. Tarnished says:

    Cill,
    Why are the women beating up cashiers and looting?

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  123. Tarnished says:

    Why, Spawny? Why?

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  124. Cill says:

    “Why are the women beating up cashiers and looting?”

    Tarn, because they can. Without the influence of men, these solo mums behave like a lot of headless chooks. Far worse than men. They brawl in the bars, in their front yards, on the streets, in the parking lots, on the beaches, beside their cars with road rage. These are the skanks, the women who would’ve been too low in the pecking order to dare such behaviour in days of yore. Thanks to Domestic Purposes Benefits and Daddy State, they are the only increasing part of the white population. There’s a sizable percentage of Polynesians among them, to be fair. The young men I try to help all are sons of women such as these.

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  125. Cill says:

    “the only increasing part of the white population”
    I should have said, the only part that’s naturally increasing. There’s a lot of immigration into NZ of high quality people from North America, Europe and Australia.

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  126. thedeti says:

    To add to what Cill says about why women are beating up cashiers and looting, and getting physically violent with men:

    They attack men physically because these women know that these men cannot fight back. They know that if these men do respond in kind with physical force, they can wail to the cop who shows up, “HE HIT ME!!! HE HIT ME!!”

    Well, did you hit him?

    “Yes, but HE HIT ME BACK!!! HE HIT ME BACK!!!!”

    And it’s off to the lockup the man goes. Because he’s a man, because he’s bigger and stronger, and because he can do a lot more damage than she can.

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  127. Liz says:

    It looks like Swithy’s cock now has three hens! Last I heard there were two.
    He’s got something of a harem now.

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  128. Spawny Get says:

    People looking to escape the consequences of the immigration into their homelands that they encouraged?

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  129. Tarnished says:

    Spawny…you know how I react to certain accents. Unfair play, sir. 😉

    Cill,
    Window-licking lead-snorting cunt-beasts, the lot of them.

    Deti,
    Yeah. Yet another reason why the Duluth model is bullshit.

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  130. Liz says:

    Window licking lead snorting cunt beasts.
    I like it. I also appreciate the versatility.
    Could mix it up
    Cunt licking window snorting beasts or
    Lead licking beast snorting cunts!

    (did you know that licking 100 dirty cell phones is the rough caloric equivalent of eating a big mac? I’ve never actually verified this, but one of my sons is something of a mini Sheldon Cooper so I have no doubts)

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  131. Liz says:

    That cock is clearly a chick magnet Swithy.

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  132. Ame says:

    Cill – “women go barking mad”

    great visual picture. that’s exactly what stupid women look like when being, well, stupid.

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  133. Cill says:

    Spawny,
    Yes, I speak to a lot of them in my travels around the country, and they see Australia and especially NZ as good places to live and raise children. We have all the problems of PPPs and feminists but they are not so prevalent and in your face as the ones in N. America and Europe. “Refugees” are restricted to less than 800 a year. There’s a lot of pressure from feminists and the U.N. to open the floodgates to migrants but so far Aus and NZ have stood firm.

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  134. Cill says:

    NZ didn’t make the mistake that Australia made under Julia Gillard and earlier, letting hoards of Muslims in. It has been a disaster, no-go areas where even the Police dare not venture, Muslim mobs attacking white Australians (and the media putting all the blame on the latter), mass murder in the name of Allah… the usual stuff Muslims bring with them everywhere they go in the world. NZ is one of the few Western countries that never made that mistake.

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  135. Cill says:

    It might have been earlier than Julia Gillard. Choicy would know. The mass influx of Muslims might have started under Malcolm Fraser.

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  136. Yoda says:

    These solo mums behave like a lot of headless chooks. Far worse than men. They brawl in the bars, in their front yards, on the streets, in the parking lots, on the beaches, beside their cars with road rage.

    Winston Churchill put them to good use he could have.

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  137. Yoda says:

    And “never surrender” they would.
    Unless hot and sexy the kraut was.
    Then all bets off they would be

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  138. Liz says:

    More off topic commentary:

    Our friend stopped our oldest from going into the Army (he spoke to some ROTC recruiters on campus) using this simple test (this might be useful to others, the reason I place it here):

    Imagine that you are awoken about about 4 AM to start the day. They give you a shovel and tell you to dig a hole in the ground 8 feet by 8 feet. It takes you all day.
    The next day they wake you at 4 again and give you a shovel and tell you to fill up that hole.
    At the end of the day, they ask you, “What did you think about all that?”

    If you answer is: “It was okay. I got some exercise, got some sun…” and so forth, you belong in the Army.
    If your answer is: “That was dumb. Why did I have to dig the hole in the first place? What purpose did that serve? Why did I have to wake up at 4 to do it…” and so forth, you don’t belong in the Army.

    He had another test for prospective Aerospace engineers.
    Do you like airplanes and airplane related things? If so, don’t think you will ever see an airplane in this program. You might see an airfoil shaped like a wing but that will be the closest thing to a plane you will get.

    However, if you like to come home from school and open up your mathbook and do equations for fun….preferably way in the back, the higher order math you haven’t been taught yet, just to see if you can do it, in your spare time. The Aerospace engineering program is for you.

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  139. Spawny Get says:

    Edging toward bordering on approaching being lateish?
    http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2016/04/20/university-of-missouri-to-ban-campus-protests/

    Authorities at the University of Missouri have banned disruptive student protests, with offenders now facing the possibility of disciplinary proceedings affecting their degree or even police action.

    According to the Colombia Tribune, MU Police told a group of 15 student protesters on Wednesday of the possible consequences should their protests “disrupt university business.”

    Major Brian Weimer, who reportedly followed the students on their protest, said the university decided to “enforce an existing policy against disruptions after receiving complaints from people on campus about past protests.”

    He added that the university “needs to balance free speech with employees’ rights to do their jobs without disruption.”

    The students were protesting against the “racism of Donald Trump,” called for “the cancellation of all student debt,” and demanded the “divestment from private prisons by all universities,” as part of the radical leftist movement the Million Student March.

    Interim chancellor Hank Foley said: “We really need to have guardrails on some of the activities we were having. I certainly heard from a lot of people who have found these protests to be scary or frightening.”

    The move by school officials comes after the University of Missouri suffered a $32 million deficit and a 20% drop in freshman enrollment following prolonged student protests that forced out President Tom Wolfe and Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin in 2015.

    Protest members could not be reached for comment.

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  140. Tarnished says:

    Unless hot and sexy the kraut was.

    I wonder what their limit on schnitzengruben is?

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  141. Tarnished says:

    the cancellation of all student debt

    Ahahahahaha! 😂

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  142. Tarnished says:

    Window licking lead snorting cunt beasts.
    I like it. I also appreciate the versatility.

    You think that’s something, you’ll appreciate that I called the guy who ran a red light in front of me today a “sniveling bread fucker”.

    The impromptu insult section of Tarn’s brain works in mysterious ways…

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  143. Liz says:

    I did not know this about you, Tarn.
    I’m impressed. 😀

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  144. Spawny Get says:

    More chooks and pheasants coming home to roost?
    http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2016/04/20/colleges-spending-millions-on-sexual-misconduct-lawsuits/

    According to risk management consultants, universities are now spending millions defending themselves in sexual assault lawsuits involving both faculty and students.

    Brett Sokolow, a sexual assault consultant who founded the National Center for Higher Education Risk Management, claims that universities are paying, in many cases, seven figures to defend themselves in sexual misconduct cases.

    Just this February, Jack Montague, the captain of Yale’s basketball team, was expelled from the university after a confidential school investigation concluded that he had non-consensual sex with a female student. Although Montague maintained that the woman consented, the university proceeded with the expulsion. His attorney contends that the decision to expel Montague was “unfairly determined, arbitrary, and excessive.”

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  145. Ame says:

    totally off topic.

    I love my husband. he tells me the truth, even when I don’t want to hear it. I’ve been sick, and this morning he told me to rest today when he left the house. so I did. when he came home he looked at me and said, “Well, you look like you’ve had a bad hair day!”

    I refuse to look in the mirror 🙂

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  146. Tarnished says:

    Liz,
    Thank you, thank you.
    *takes a bow*
    Seriously though, I call people the weirdest things when I’m suddenly pissed or utterly gobsmacked by Stupids. It’s like my brain has a mad-libs generator reserved just for those occasions.

    Ame,
    I’m sorry to hear you’ve been sick! Hope you feel better after resting today. Your guy is somewhat nicer than mine…The last time I’d spent the day sick in bed, I was told that it looked like I had a Tribble toupee. 😀

    Spawny,
    I’m really worried for college going men. Somehow I think it’s getting to the point where even a signed, stamped, and witnessed sexual contract + video evidence wouldn’t be enough to stop false accusations.

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  147. Yoda says:

    I was told that it looked like I had a Tribble toupee

    10 quatloos if show the picture you do

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  148. Tarnished says:

    Lol. That was nearly 2 years ago. I don’t get sick much at all. The highly incriminating photo is long since erased I don’t keep pics that long.

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  149. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Off topic. “Idiocract” may be a natural outcome.

    http://alphagameplan.blogspot.com/2016/04/brains-are-not-attractive.html

    Spawny Get,
    Don’t be too hard on the hens. Remember, they are literally bird brains.

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  150. Tarnished says:

    Truly my Google-fu is astounding.

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  151. Cill says:

    Spawny at 11:55 pm. I just love to see white progressives reap what they sow. I hope they ban the white libtards next year. White feminists sure won’t like being shut out of an anti-white man conference. Man I hope it happens. Will they throw a tantrum when their bash-a-white-man candy is taken away from them?

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  152. Yoda says:

    Explains quatloos this does

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  153. Tarnished says:

    I don’t know that I agree with the link, Fuzzie. Intelligence is very attractive in some circles…there are scientific speakers and college professors who were incredibly average in looks, but once they got up on stage and started talking about their profession, I (and other attendees!) was just blown away. It was like “uh…um…yeah. can you please go over that part about the significance of telomeres in cloning procedures again?” *swoon*

    I’m not even kidding right now.

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  154. Yoda says:

    Now, I will say Mike would be less surprised if I grew a full scale second head

    In danger of this you are not.
    Your green eyed son in danger he is.
    A gene to do this to him in him there would be.
    Shows up at puberty it does.

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  155. Tarnished says:

    Think of it this way…

    In D&D, your character has 6 base attributes:
    Strength, Constitution, Dexterity, Intelligence, Wisdom, and Charisma.

    While they’re all important in some respect, those with a high Charisma have a far easier time succeeding on rolls that make use of traits like good looks, being diplomatic, having a silver tongue, being able to bribe officials and so on. As one of my fellow gamer’s elven Paladin proved, you can have high ranks in both Charisma and Intelligence…while also being absolute shit at anything involving Dexterity, lol.

    Simplistic? Yes.
    But it makes sense in real life, too.

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  156. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am still catching up.
    About the girl hooligans, it was mentioned that they were juvenile. Not knowing about NZ law but guessing that it would be similar, aren’t they charged in a seperate court and the the whole thing is sealed once they turn eighteen? There is little downside to bad behavior.
    However, merchants that operate that way, with a on duty staff of one, cannot coninue to operate. The community loses the service.

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  157. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    What was Winston’s plan for single mothers? At a guess, it would have been direct and simple.

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  158. Tarnished says:

    However, merchants that operate that way, with an on duty staff of one, cannot continue to operate. The community loses the service.

    That’s the part that really pisses me off. Retailers already put up with enough crap from the unwashed masses, they shouldn’t be worried about a bunch of girls who were dropped on their heads dribbled like a basketball as children coming in and beating them up.

    With any luck, these hooligans will be targeted by a flock of angry, horny ducks.

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  159. Cill says:

    Comment from “University of Missouri Bans Disruptive Campus Protests”:

    “in my humble opinion, the same students who have degrees that have no financial viability end up staying on campus and becoming tenured professors in in an ever expanding web of worthless degrees that have no viability outside of academia.”

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  160. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    I’ll guess how that merchant operates WRT their help. They are paid as little as they can get away with for base, no overtime premium is paid, they are open major holidays, like Christmas, and they get no schedueled breaks. To add to that they may be the only place in walking distance selling food.

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  161. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Those protesters are being treated more fairly than they desrve. First, they are being warned and, second, they were told why. In essence, they bit the and that fed them. $32 million in the red and and the last class twenty percent undersubscribed? That is serious.

    About losing money defnding behavior that violates rights and due process, forward the bill to the federal government.

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  162. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Ame, your husband likes you!

    Tarn, same holds for you. Anyway, tribles are cute and comforting to the point of soothing.

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  163. SFC Ton says:

    I despise modern/ main stream country music. Terrible weak frame song after weak frame song

    If I wasn’t busy as hell I’d do a post on why after a certain point intelligence is over rated. I think society has this weird worship like affair with intelligence while at the same timing lying to themselves about everyone being equally smart. Being low IQ is not a sin but being mentally lazy should be

    ——
    The point is that men (and women, increasingly) cannot look externally to determine who and what they are…..

    especially given what an abomination external sources of merit have become

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  164. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I watched too many Girls und Panzer music videos last night. This one attempted something no one has tried, it’s a steal from Monty Python’s Spam Skit.

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  165. Ame says:

    Cill -C”
    “in my humble opinion, the same students who have degrees that have no financial viability end up staying on campus and becoming tenured professors in in an ever expanding web of worthless degrees that have no viability outside of academia.”

    when my first husband was getting his MBA, he had a marketing prof who had never worked even one day out in the real world … and he was teaching graduate level classes. he said most of what the prof taught was bs.

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  166. Ame says:

    fuzziewuzziebear says:
    21 April, 2016 at 1:53 am
    Ame, your husband likes you!

    Fuzzie – lol! there’s no shortage of truth in our house!

    there’s the time he came up behind me when i was cooking, so i asked him what he was thinking (this is always interesting b/c i could never guess in a million years the stuff he says he’s thinking about!).

    his answer? “I was thinking you have more gray in your hair.”

    “You’re supposed to lie about stuff like that!”

    “Well, you asked!”

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  167. Ame says:

    so yes, he likes me … and loves me … and puts up with me. why? idk. he says i do the same for him and take good care of all his needs and wants and desires.

    we have a lot of fun in our home … he keeps us laughing!

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  168. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Ame,
    If I were asked the same question, in all truthfulness, I’s have to say that i was checking out the food.
    Food is very important.

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  169. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    You are going to have to delte a record number of emails because of all the “likes”

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  170. Ame says:

    Fuzzie – lol! he might have been … and then was lying about the hair … except i do have more gray in my hair! maybe he was checking out the food and got distracted by the silver bling in my head! no tellin how his mind works 🙂

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  171. Tarnished says:

    Being low IQ is not a sin but being mentally lazy should be

    Ooooooh. That’s excellent. QFT, and stealing it for future use because it’s good.

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  172. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Ame,
    I am glad that he likes you!

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  173. Cill says:

    With any luck, these hooligans will be targeted by a flock of angry, horny ducks.
    Would a guy who’s as happy as a box of fluffy ducks do?

    I hope y’all will read the following in a positive light.

    My friend was working on his computer in the back room of a superette when he heard sounds of violence. He came out to see the owner being mauled by a couple of thugs. My friend gave them a good spanking and sent them on their way.

    The owner wasn’t badly hurt so he kept the shop open. Danger is part and parcel of business for Indian shop owners in NZ. They don’t think the Police do enough to protect them, so they have to fend for themselves.

    An hour or so later a different set of thugs came in, 4 of them, half throttled the owner and asked him where they could find my friend. This time my friend came out gave them a real bad time and the owner got in some blows with his baseball bat as well. The thugs could barely drag themselves out of the shop in the end.

    Since then they’ve left that superette alone. It was all captured on security camera. Clearly a case of self defense. The owner was keen to show it to his Indian mates but my friend asked him not to. As for my friend, refer to the second sentence herein.

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  174. Tarnished says:

    except i do have more gray in my hair!

    I like gray hair.
    It’s like the person has delicate strands of starlight woven around them. ✨❇

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  175. Tarnished says:

    Cill,
    I’m glad that the thugs were sent off with their tails between their legs and your friend + the owner are okay.

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  176. Ame says:

    “I like gray hair.
    It’s like the person has delicate strands of starlight woven around them. ✨❇”

    ahhh, Tarn! you’re my new bff for real forever!!!

    i did a temp hair dye when i turned forty just because, but other than that, i’ve never colored my hair – i’ve just always liked the color of my hair. i don’t think one can tell from a distance how much gray i have … but when talking about it one day w/my dear husband he said, “You can color your hair! I like the idea of being with a woman who looks a LOT younger than I!”

    when it gets noticable from a distance, i probably will … b/c, well, i’m just vain like that 🙂

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  177. Ame says:

    Cill –
    “I hope y’all will read the following in a positive light.”

    i could not imagine anyone who posts regularly here thinking anything but positive reading that.

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  178. Ame says:

    Cill –

    oh, OH! can’t believe i didn’t catch it the first time! y’all say “y’all” in NZ?!!!

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  179. Cill says:

    y’all say “y’all” in NZ?!!!

    No. I picked it up here. 😉

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  180. Ame says:

    Fuzzie – me, too. my first husband said he liked me but hated me, as i found out late in our marriage. not fun at all. when i tell my now-husband about things my first did, he has rather colorful adjectives in response. the other thing my now-husband will say, which actually hurts, is my first husband didn’t love me or he wouldn’t have treated me like that/done those things to me. sigh. first must have lied about that, too.

    so, i am extremely thankful my husband likes me as well as loves me. i do not take either for granted (and if he ever thinks i do, he kicks my butt!)

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  181. Tarnished says:

    Lol. Thanks, Ame. I think I like silver and gray hair because it reminds me of the relatives who raised me for the happiest parts of my childhood. I’ve just always thought it was a wonderful color, on both men and women.

    I also like my natural hair and have never dyed it. It is a dark/dirty blonde, kinda honey-ish. My love wants me to put some lines of blue through it to “mix it up a bit”, which I find to be a little odd since blue is *my* favorite color, not his (violet).

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  182. Ame says:

    Cill –

    lol! as they say down here … “The South will rise again!”

    i’m sure they’ll let NZ’s in 🙂

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  183. Ame says:

    Tarn – that’s sweet. so thankful you have those good memories. my grandparents weren’t very nice people, but i did have one grandmother who was nice to me (just not always the others). my hair seems to be graying kinda like hers did, but hers was more beautiful b/c her original hair was bright red, like my aspie girl’s.

    blue streaks are cool 🙂

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  184. Cill says:

    I do my weekly house clean tomorrow and am looking forward to it.

    I built my doorways wide enough for a trailer towed by a quad bike to drive through. I load all non-waterproof items (cushions, electricals etc) onto the trailer and drive it to an outside shed. (5 minutes work)

    Then I hitch a big steam cleaner to the bike and drive it inside. Then comes the fun part, I steam-blast the living daylights out of every surface. Ceilings, walls, floors, cupboards, are all clad with fibreglass, so they all get blasted. So do toilets, handbasins, showers, baths, sinks, everything in sight gets the treatment. Then I drive the unit outside, steam-cleaning behind me as I go, wait a few minutes for the place to steam dry, then hitch up the other trailer and drive it in, replace cushions etc. Then I use a smaller backpack steam cleaner to clean up tire marks if any. Entire house spotless in 30 minutes. No chemicals.

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  185. Yoda says:

    Don’t be too hard on the hens

    To Spawny’s cock you do refer?

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  186. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Ame,
    If I were him, I wouldn’t want to hear any more about your first husband. It may be like comparing apples to oranges.

    Cill,
    I am surprised that they gave up. It is a good thing though. Little places like serve the community in a way that big outfits can’t and, they can serve poor people who don’t have a car.
    The thugs could have done the community a grevious disservice.

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  187. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    Spawny said the hens did silly things. In saying “Don’t be too hard on the hens”, I was hopeing that he would cut them some slack. They are, after all, bird brains.

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  188. Cill says:

    “I am surprised that they gave up”

    My “friend” treated them real bad, Fuzzy. I doubt they’ll do anything that could bring them face to face with him again.

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  189. Cill says:

    Pheasants are not very bright. The Crow and Parrot families of bird seem to be the brightest. My favourite is the NZ Kea. Here you will see the Southern Alps, my old stamping ground:

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  190. Ame says:

    Fuzzie –

    “If I were him, I wouldn’t want to hear any more about your first husband. It may be like comparing apples to oranges.”

    wisdom. truth.

    it doesn’t come up as much anymore … usually only when something related to my girls or when i react to something in a way that is odd. he knows it all by now.

    (odd – (1) usually surprise that he would treat me so well and kind when he’s just being himself (2) rarely, but ‘body memories’ that are knee-jerk reactions to past abuse)

    but you are right. the topic does not need to be an ‘open’ topic.

    we do let the girls talk about their dad all they want to, though … just as we let his son talk about his mom all he wants to, too. he’s good about that.

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  191. Ame says:

    Cill – that cracked me up! i needed a good laugh tonight!!!

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  192. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    As long as nobody had to go to the hospital or the morgue, jeeping it informal, and away from the police, may be a good thing.

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  193. Cill says:

    “Cill – that cracked me up”

    The mischievous Kea or my friend and the thugs?

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  194. Cill says:

    The Democrats presented Americans with a choice between a commie and a crim. Looks like the commie is down and out. So it’ll be the crim fronting up against Trump for President. Women and Latinos and African Americans will probably vote the crim in. That’s as I see it from the other side of the world. Now I’d like a better-informed person to tell me I’m wrong.

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  195. SFC Ton says:

    4 thugs roughing up a Hindu? My response; is why the hell is the Hindu here in the 1st place. I’d walk on by

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  196. SFC Ton says:

    Trump may not get the nomination. Primary votes are not legally binding or any such and the GOP isn’t fond of him.

    I’ll vote for Trump but no way in hell will I vote for Cruz. No dude name Cruz is going to keep taco benders out. Plus the fucker was born in Canada

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  197. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    It’s a long time till November. While I can see it coming down to Clinton and Trump, I am stiil shocked by how much success Hillary has enjoyed. People feel too strongly about her and those that hate her are more numerous. To add to that, given that Obama has not had much success, the momentum is with the conservatives.

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  198. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    One more thing. The news broke today that on our twenty dollar bill, Andrew Jackson will be replaced by Harriet Tubman. The people on our money have all contributed to making it worth something. Harriet Tubman does not qualify in that respect. If the new twenty is accepted, that will bode well for Hillary. If it is not, that will not bode well. Historically, the only American money that has been accepted with women pictured are not actual people but concepts like Liberty.

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  199. Ame says:

    “Cill – that cracked me up”

    The mischievous Kea or me my friend and the thugs?

    —————————

    the thugs made me cheer!

    —–

    this is what cracked me up 🙂

    “I built my doorways wide enough for a trailer towed by a quad bike to drive through. I load all non-waterproof items (cushions, electricals etc) onto the trailer and drive it to an outside shed. (5 minutes work)

    Then I hitch a big steam cleaner to the bike and drive it inside. Then comes the fun part, I steam-blast the living daylights out of every surface. Ceilings, walls, floors, cupboards, are all clad with fibreglass, so they all get blasted. So do toilets, handbasins, showers, baths, sinks, everything in sight gets the treatment. Then I drive the unit outside, steam-cleaning behind me as I go, wait a few minutes for the place to steam dry, then hitch up the other trailer and drive it in, replace cushions etc. Then I use a smaller backpack steam cleaner to clean up tire marks if any. Entire house spotless in 30 minutes. No chemicals.”

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  200. Cill says:

    Yeah it’s fun to blast everything with a steam cleaner and you’ve never seen a cleaner house. All the fibreglass floors slope sightly down to small drainage holes down which all the dirt goes. It’s a practical design solution to a drudge chore, right?

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  201. Ame says:

    Cill – “It’s a practical design solution to a drudge chore, right?”

    you’ll have to record it sometime for us!

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  202. Cill says:

    “At some point men have to say that their “self” is fully defined independently of what he is to others. He has to determine this for himself. He has to demand that others recognize this too.”

    Thanks to thedeti and BV for expressing this crucial, valid point in a way that I could understand clearly and well.

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  203. Cill says:

    “you’ll have to record it sometime for us!”

    Ame I have a rule here, “No photos”. My home is a secluded hidden place. It’s accessible only by helicopter or boat (no roads) and is almost invisible from the sea. NZ has more boats per capita than anywhere else in the world. I don’t want the word to get out that there are facilities here (all of them built fairly recently by me).

    Many times I’ve almost weakened and posted a clip of Dog howling or the view from my front lawn, but I’ve always come back to my rule and stuck to it.

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  204. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Looking at the title, “Sleeping With the Boys”, reminded me that doing exactly that would be the most natural thing imaginable. We aren’t meant to sleep alone. That’s why kids get teddy bears. What wlse Should a girl do than sleep with the boy she loves. It would be best if formalized by marrying but, it is a logical extension.
    The fembots have done everyone a terrible disservice by instilling fear for men in women.
    There are intimacies that are deeper than sex. Sleeping with your sweetie is the first that comes to mind.

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  205. Ame says:

    Cill – totally respect that. privacy is critically important.

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  206. Ame says:

    fuzziewuzziebear says:
    21 April, 2016 at 7:46 am
    Looking at the title, “Sleeping With the Boys”, reminded me that doing exactly that would be the most natural thing imaginable. We aren’t meant to sleep alone. That’s why kids get teddy bears. What wlse Should a girl do than sleep with the boy she loves. It would be best if formalized by marrying but, it is a logical extension.
    The fembots have done everyone a terrible disservice by instilling fear for men in women.
    There are intimacies that are deeper than sex. Sleeping with your sweetie is the first that comes to mind.
    —————————-

    Fuzzie – that’s beautiful. and so very true.

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  207. Read everything but nothing to add… You guys beat me to it! Lol. 🙂

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  208. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    You could always link a video. 🙂 Animals would be good.

    Cill,
    I wouls like to see a photo of Dog or Horse but, not at the cost of your privacy.

    Ame,
    I still have my teddy bear.

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  209. Cill says:

    “I still have my teddy bear.”

    Fair enough, Fuzzy. I have Dog and Horse. Horse is boring, an honest plodder, but if Dog was a human he’d be labelled as a psychopath. He kills rabbits and cats on sight. The former I don’t mind but the latter can be embarrassing when it’s a little old lady’s moggy. He also attacks other dogs and has sent a few of them to the hereafter as well. All other dogs I’ve known would growl of snarl or lift their lip or give some sign they were going to attack. Dog just looks his usual self and then in a split second he turns into a psycho murderer. I’m his entire world. When we’re apart he lives for the moment I return (I know this because my caretakers tell me he sits at the top of the cliff and watches for my boat all day). I love the old buggar.

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  210. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    I am sorry to hear that about Dog. In the past, you have said that he has had a horrific past. Perhaps I wanted to see the two animals that thought so much of Molly they competed to greet her. I remember that thread.

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  211. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    No! Just, no.

    While it may not be feminist, from what I can see in the trailer is that there are no Mexican peones terroized by banditos. That must be politicqal correctness. However, it is fundamental to the plot.
    To add to that, how can you improve on the original cast?

    I could be prejudiced but, what is this mania for remakes when the third installment of the Gettysburg trilogy, The Last Full Measure, hasn’t been made. All the extras, re-enactors, are happy to contribute their time.

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  212. Liz says:

    “when my first husband was getting his MBA, he had a marketing prof who had never worked even one day out in the real world … and he was teaching graduate level classes. he said most of what the prof taught was bs.”

    We had a marketing professor at UF who believed that a marketing professor could do ANY other job. Engineering? check. Physicist? check. Worse, the marketing majors all believed it. I wanted to take one of my differential equations exams to him and ask him to do it.
    That is how truly blindly retarded these people are.

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  213. Liz says:

    “I’ll vote for Trump but no way in hell will I vote for Cruz. No dude name Cruz is going to keep taco benders out. Plus the fucker was born in Canada”

    If the people to the south were all potential Republican voters, the Democrats would have already built up an eight foot wall along the Texas border, complete with armed guards and attack dogs.

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  214. Liz says:

    They know if they get Texas they will never lose an election.

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  215. Liz says:

    “blindly retarded”

    Thinking further, that wasn’t a very imaginative pejorative.
    This is how pastry-fuckingly hydrazine-snortingly blind-tarded some people are.
    ht/Tarn 😀

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  216. Tarnished says:

    Cill,
    I am really hoping you’re serious about how you clean your house. That’s too awesome to tease us about!

    Fuzzie,
    Historically, the only American money that has been accepted with women pictured are not actual people but concepts like Liberty.

    I’m guessing you are only referring to “paper” money?

    Liz,
    We had a marketing professor at UF who believed that a marketing professor could do ANY other job.

    And what, pray tell, gave him that idea?

    I never owned a teddy bear. My family always had dogs or cats at every point in my life, and they always slept in my bed. Probably because I very rarely move at night, and there was no threat of getting accidentally punched or kicked a la my younger siblings. 🙂

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  217. Tarnished says:

    Liz,
    Good job. I approve of your names for those rhododendron humpers. 😉

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  218. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    One third of them are “taco benders”.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Alamo_defenders
    Santa Ana, as a politician, went back on his word to decentralize federal power im Mexico once elected President. People all over Mexico were mad at him and he had to put down uprisings all over.

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  219. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    You aren’t going to say that the Susan B. Anthony dollar was a success? Thye primary gripe was that they were too close in size and feel to a quarter.

    Did you feed the pets too? That makes two sound reasons to like you.

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  220. Tarnished says:

    Nope. I am thinking of the Sacagawea Dollar. They’re my favorite coin. I fill a waistpouch with them during the Renaissance Faire (or any “dress-up” day when I wear such outfits), and use them as gold dubloons. 🙂

    Or sometimes I’ll just ask for them as money back at the bank. I enjoy the concept of having *real* cold, hard cash.

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  221. Tarnished says:

    And yes, regardless of whether the pet was canine, feline, bird, reptile, or rodent…I was the designated Dr. Doolittle of the family.

    It’s a blizzard outside & the dog needs walking?
    Tarn’s job.

    Rabbits need a bath?
    Tarn’s job.

    Parents realize they’re out of cat food and don’t feel like going to market?
    Tarn’s job.

    Tegu needs his tank cleaned and crickets refreshed?
    Tarn’s job.

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  222. SFC Ton says:

    Trump wants to build a wall, stop playing world police and make better trade deals; its beyond bizarre he is controversial.

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  223. SFC Ton says:

    To be frank I still don’t understand how Ronald Reagan was right wing

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  224. Cill says:

    “Rabbits need a bath?”
    WTF?
    Who’s teasing now?

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  225. Tarnished says:

    Sorry, Cill.
    I know bunnies are a sore topic for you.

    But yeah, every 5 or 6 months they get a bath. Same with guinea pigs. Chinchillas, hamsters, and gerbils don’t get water baths, they bathe in dust. Birds and most lizards get a spritzing every week. Ferrets get a biweekly bath.

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  226. Spawny Get says:

    I was considerating a small post on the investigations into the General Election shenanigans in Nigel Farage’s intended seat. The tory party clearly broke the limits on spending, the police are completely uninterested. ( http://order-order.com/2016/04/20/bus-ted-tories-admit-dodgy-election-expenses/ )

    BUT, then I saw this

    The republican party needs to fucking die. It’s an absolute disgrace. I don’t care what the holy rules are…because the rules stink. These people are shameless. Not as shameless as Hitlery, but still.

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  227. SFC Ton says:

    Don’t worry Cill. I didn’t know that either and we raised rabbits when I was a kid but it makes sense.

    Reckon our rabbits were fried, braised or stewed before they needed washing

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  228. Cill says:

    Giving rabbits a bath…
    It ain’t natural. It really ain’t.

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  229. Cill says:

    Please tell me you hold their heads under for 5 minutes Tarn

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  230. Well I have been quiet, so I guess it’s time for an over share!

    My youngest is a bit of an exhibitionist, yesterday as she’s waving her hiney at me and saying “look at my booty” I said, “that hiney is only for showing to your husband someday, sister.” She stopped, considered it for a moment, then got the most wicked grin, stuck her hiney out and said, “hey husband, look at my hiney!”

    Omg that one will be the death of me! 🙂 she’s just like her mother! Lol.

    I too wish I could post photos, trust me she is cute as a little bug!

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  231. Cill says:

    Hiney… shiney… blimey…

    I won’t be able to get on with my life until we’ve resolved this “giving rabbits a bath” thing.

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  232. Spawny Get says:

    Once they’re paunched, nothing wrong with a thorough rinse before (as Ton says) they’re fried, braised or stewed

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  233. Ame says:

    Cill –
    Hiney… shiney… blimey…

    I won’t be able to get on with my life until we’ve resolved this “giving rabbits a bath” thing
    ============

    just power wash em

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  234. Ame says:

    RPG – LOVE little girls!!! always amazes me the stuff they come up with 🙂

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  235. OKRickety says:

    “and chicks sleep with boys because sex feels good/ we are born with a sex drive”

    This seems more true to me: Girls have sex thinking it will get them the love they want, and guys say “I love you” to get the sex they want.

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  236. OKRickety says:

    “Generals apparently have to give up their brains as soon as they make Major”

    My hypothesis is that people lose brain cells every time they are promoted in any hierarchy.

    Sounds like a corollary to the Peter Principle: “The Peter principle is an observation that in an organizational hierarchy, every employee will rise or get promoted to his or her level of incompetence.”

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  237. OKRickety says:

    “oh, OH! can’t believe i didn’t catch it the first time! y’all say “y’all” in NZ?!!!”

    I think “y’all” stops at the US southern border (for some reason, it doesn’t take a wall to stop it). 🙂

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  238. Tarnished says:

    Girls have sex thinking it will get them the love they want

    Anyone who teaches girls this is doing them a huge disservice. While I, and some other people here, wouldn’t be keen on having sex with someone you didn’t at least love a little, there’s nothing to stop the opposite from occurring. There are plenty of men and women who have sex with random strangers, school acquaintances they hardly know, or even people they don’t really like and are only using them for sexual relief.

    Sex can be a way to *show* love. Doesn’t mean it’s a good way to *get* love.

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  239. Tarnished says:

    Lol @ everyone

    I agree that washing rabbits sounds weird, but it was helpful for removing their winter coats. Of course, my 4 weren’t for eating…they each lived about 6 or 7 years. 🐰

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  240. Liz says:

    “Girls have sex thinking it will get them the love they want

    Anyone who teaches girls this is doing them a huge disservice.

    I don’t think this is something that has to be taught, Tarn.
    I doubt anyone is ever taught this, it’s just the way women operate. Even the ones who say they don’t operate this way typically do….that’s why all those self-described “strong, independent, just have sex for fun” types get clingy and cray cray.
    (good example is Cameron Diaz’s character in Vanilla Skies…she said she wanted to just be fuck buddies, and when he refered to her as a fuck buddy and found someone else he was really interested in, she went crazy and crashed a car).

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  241. Liz says:

    A somewhat gallows humor example, my young friend’s bar-video-caught ex. She won’t stop calling.
    So…he went up to see her and stayed the night.

    I had the following conversation with Mike yesterday:
    “So, they’re back together?”
    Mike: “No, he just spent the night. Which doesn’t really mean anything…unless you’re a girl.”

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  242. Liz says:

    That was an adorable story of your little girl Bloom. 🙂
    My boys used to love running around “nudie” all of the time.
    They had a little dance and they’d sing “Nudie nudie nudie!”

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  243. Yoda says:

    The New York Times provided a stunning example of the inevitable “defining sexism down” that will be necessary to accommodate such immigration. The problem on New Year’s Eve, it reported, was that migrants from war-torn countries were “unfamiliar with German culture.” Translation: the norm that you don’t jam your fingers up women’s vaginas in public is just a quaint German custom, akin to wearing lederhosen. This, from a paper that routinely covers phony college rape allegations with outraged alarm.

    http://www.city-journal.org/html/when-pieties-collide-14342.html

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  244. Yoda says:

    In England, the city of Brighton and Hove is making history in terms of political correctness. Parents of children preparing to enter the school system received a letter informing them that they needed to be cautious when filling out their child’s registration forms and not rush into anything complicated like identifying whether they were boys or girls. You see, that’s a really complicated question these days and you need to help your children “pick” which gender they want to be.

    http://hotair.com/archives/2016/04/20/british-school-asks-parents-to-help-four-year-olds-pick-their-gender/

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  245. Liz says:

    My visiting college friend had an adorable story about his daughter on her first day of school.
    The teacher told them to write down their name, or nickname, or “whatever you want to be called”. She thought this meant she could choose a name, so she wrote Lola. And the teacher called her Lola for several weeks (her real name is Melissa) before figuring it out at a parent-teacher meeting. LOL!

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  246. Ame says:

    when I was born, my parents called me by my first and middle name. we moved when I was in 2nd grade, and the teacher asked me what I wanted to be called. it was the first time I even knew I had a choice in the matter, so I dropped my middle name. my family was NOT happy with me for the longest time! but I learned something powerful in doing that … I learned I had a voice for myself and that I could use it if I so chose.

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  247. Yoda says:

    colorado stateDespite two students swearing up and down that the sex they had was consensual, Colorado State University-Pueblo gave the male student a multi-year suspension for the “sexual assault” anyway.

    So alleges former student-athlete Grant Neal, who recently filed a lawsuit against the university. According to the lawsuit, Neal and a female trainer went to the movies and had consensual sex while both were sober. When the female trainer’s co-worker noticed a hickey the following morning, she reportedly misunderstood the female trainer’s explanation and believed she had been sexually assaulted by Neal.

    http://www.mediaite.com/opinion/woman-swears-i-wasnt-raped-university-kicks-out-male-student-anyway/

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  248. Spawny Get says:

    Brighton has been a centre for gays for decades. More recently it became green hub of stupidity. Perhaps one might call it the San Francisco of the south east coast of England?

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  249. SFC Ton says:

    Girls have sex thinking it will get them the love they want, and guys say “I love you” to get the sex they want.

    The above assumes that girls don’t lust etc only love etc and is right out of the blue pill handbook. girls have sex because they want to get laid.

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  250. Tarnished says:

    When the female trainer’s co-worker noticed a hickey the following morning, she reportedly misunderstood the female trainer’s explanation and believed she had been sexually assaulted by Neal.

    Had something similar happen to me about 3 years ago. Went to the bank to deposit my paycheck, was planning on spending the day at home so had just thrown on a wide-neck sweatshirt and jeans. Forgot I had a bite mark on my shoulder from the night before. The teller kept using weird code words, saying “she was here for me” and randomly talking about her sister’s abusive ex. I thought she was just being freakishly random…until the next day when a cop showed up at my job to ask if I “needed help”.
    It was super embarrassing, and I was very afraid the cop wouldn’t believe me that it was okay, but thankfully he did. 😦

    Despite two students swearing up and down that the sex they had was consensual, Colorado State University-Pueblo gave the male student a multi-year suspension for the “sexual assault” anyway.

    Congratulations, CSU…you’re fulfilling the Feminist line of “women have no autonomy…only the herd know what’s best” very well. Too bad that yet another man’s life has to be upended for you to prove said point.

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  251. Tarnished says:

    girls have sex because they want to get laid.

    Orgasms *are* very fun. 🙂

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  252. SFC Ton says:

    Andrew Jackson is probably the most complex and lest politically correct POUTS we’ve had and perhaps the last good one
    He was born poor White trash of the Southern kind
    No formal education to speak of
    Owned slaves
    Damn good at killing indians
    Forced the mass relocation of indians that refused to assimilate
    Was anti European; didn’t give a fuck was fashionable etc among his social betters esp of the political thought
    Was a brawler as in when you called him or his darling a bad name he shot you his own damn self. Face to face like men
    He was an outstanding military leader, defeating a world super power at their own game to extend the influence and power of the usa, acted with out orders against indains and spanish and what not
    killed the central bank and what not
    Did not wage war on his own people in South Carolina when they wanted to leave the union

    the list goes on and on

    A real bull alpha of a Southern White man. No wonder they want to replace him

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  253. SFC Ton says:

    only betas let their girls orgasm at random. bitch got to earn that privilege

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  254. Tarnished says:

    only betas let their girls orgasm at random. bitch got to earn that privilege

    Pffft. Hahaha. 😛
    Well then, I’m extremely glad my guy is apparently a super-ultra-Beta man. 😍

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  255. SFC Ton says:

    LOL
    this one time at band camp I denied a girl so long she orgasm’ed in a coffee shop just because I squeezed the you know what out of her tit and told her to cum

    Then she wanted to die of embarrassment because of the mess she made…. ; )

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  256. Liz says:

    I think “girls have sex for love” and “girls have sex for lust” and “girls have sex for money”
    are all equally true. No one is more red or blue pill than the other.

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  257. Tarnished says:

    Not gonna lie, that’s pretty hot, Ton. Wish I could do that. :/

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  258. SFC Ton says:

    LOL she almost fell down

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  259. SFC Ton says:

    context is key Liz

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  260. Tarnished says:

    Ha! That’s fantastic. 😈

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  261. SFC Ton says:

    what can I say? I am the Hulk Hogan of slamming muff

    And the girl is still insane about me 3 years or so later

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  262. Tarnished says:

    Sounds like it, Ton.
    My guy has women who remember him too, just for the opposite reason (gave them more than anyone prior instead of making them work for it). 😉

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  263. Sumo says:

    Re: rabbits, bathing them is absolutely a thing – in some red wine and chicken broth.

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  264. Tarnished says:

    I think “girls have sex for love” and “girls have sex for lust” and “girls have sex for money”
    are all equally true. No one is more red or blue pill than the other.

    True. But the concept of women being “pure” or “innocent” and devoid of any lust/sexual need is very Blue Pill. Maybe that’s closer to what Ton meant?

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  265. Tarnished says:

    Lol, Sumo. 🍴

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  266. Cill says:

    Most disputes turn out to be definitional – about what your words mean, rather than about the facts.

    Big day for me today, cleaning the house.

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  267. Cill says:

    Sumo at 7:37 pm
    Well I can go along with that. Resolved.

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  268. Liz says:

    Well, between the segue into BDSM at Bloom’s and the seque into (messy?) orgasms here at Swithy’s it seems spring has really sprung.

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  269. Spawny Get says:

    Liz, ’bout time to see an image of my magnificent cock then

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  270. Liz says:

    LOL It is magnificent Swithy. 😀

    (It would seriously be interesting to do a kind of “name the first word that comes to mind” study during each of the different seasons and see how the responses compare…I’m betting the Winter is more myeh, spring more heh, heh, heh…)

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  271. Tarnished says:

    Geez, Spawny…you really are proud of your cock, aren’t ya? I agree that it truly is glorious to behold (especially when coupled with your Movie Star Good Looks), but I wonder how big a stick it’ll take to keep all your numerous female admirers away. I mean, with you parading your bird around as you are…

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  272. Sumo says:

    Mmmm…..pheasant is good eatin’.

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  273. Tarnished says:

    Winter =
    Hot cocoa
    Warm clothes
    Candy canes
    Evergreens
    Snowball fights
    Soft blankets
    Fireplaces
    Puffy jackets
    Pleasant snowfalls
    Giving gifts

    Spring =
    All the boobs are out again! 👍

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  274. Liz says:

    “I mean, with you parading your bird around as you are…”

    It’s like he’s trying to incite a riot!

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  275. Liz says:

    LOL I didn’t mean the actual words “spring” and “winter”, Tarn. I meant asking the questions in the spring and winter.
    Hypothetical example (winter):
    Chimney= sweep
    Pleasant= nap

    (spring)
    Chimney= stately member
    Pleasant= nooner

    (or somesuch)

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  276. Spawny Get says:

    I previously made a rather nice murg makhani (a pleasant pheasant curry. Spelling is approximate) with the proceeds of a shoot. But these guys are only a few yards away in my front garden. Rather unsportsmanlike. I kind of like ’em.

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  277. Tarnished says:

    LOL I didn’t mean the actual words “spring” and “winter”, Tarn. I meant asking the questions in the spring and winter.

    Dammit Liz…
    Next time be clearer regarding the parameters of your word association games! 😉

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  278. SFC Ton says:

    duct tape a hatachi wand to a girls who-hoo and leave her lying on the floor while you watch the ballgame. She’ll be begging you to let her forcing her to orgasm

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  279. SFC Ton says:

    Fuckyea! its mini skirt season

    I hope to raise pheasant and rabbits after I move Camp Ton. I’m getting lazy and it would be easier to walk out to the hutch and grab supper then go out and hunt it

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  280. SFC Ton says:

    What is this “unsportsmanlike” like concept?

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  281. Spawny Get says:

    Alright! I’ll fess up to bonding with my cock. Nobody likes a sad, emotional cock, so I can’t dine on any of his hens either.

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  282. Spawny Get says:

    However, I have this mole

    I’m wondering about cracking some of those soda bottle cartridges and dropping ’em in the burrow. Cold dense carbon dioxide for the win. Jasper Carrott’s method will likely upset some neighbours (see video)

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  283. Liz says:

    “I’ll fess up to bonding with my cock”
    Yeah, that’s gonna happen.
    (or so I’m told)

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  284. Cill says:

    All pheasants are destined for the pot, mate. A quick unsuspecting death means not too much adrenaline in the meat.

    1. Find the joint at the back of the head.
    2. At the joint, encircle the neck with fingers of left hand.
    3. Grab your left hand with your right hand, tighten grip and with both hands lift bird up by the head.
    4. Quickly crack bird like a whip.
    5. Drop head and take several steps forward to retrieve headless corpse.
    6. Butcher outside in yard.
    7. Hint for pot: skinning is quicker than plucking

    Practice with a meter of raw sausage from local butcher. Left hand around neck at joint. Right hand around left. Lift. Crack. Make it quick.

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  285. Spawny Get says:

    I’m having the wood pigeons over for dinner first. I have some ranged harvesting options. Mouse / Rat traps are out due to all the local song birds. Wall to wall tits round here. Blue tits (cold weather), Coal tits (ain’t no raciss), Great tits (aka Double Damn / DD). Also woodpeckers, finches etc. Lorra, lorra crows / ravens but they’re more standoffish.

    I used the skinning method last time I had pheasants.

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  286. Cill says:

    On NZ TV

    Funniest place names in Britain

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  287. Cill says:

    Strewth. The mind boggles. Just look at some of those place names in Patriarch Land.

    Cockfoster, Slackbottom, Shittington, Titty, Fiddler, Bleeding Close, Cock, Balls, Lickey Piddle, Bushygap, Blackdikes…

    Righto, time to launch into the house cleaning now. Cill out for half an hour.

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  288. Yoda says:

    Orgasms *are* very fun.:)

    Difficult to get women to admit this it is

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  289. Yoda says:

    How many womxn on this thread there are?
    Call out if one you are.

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  290. Liz says:

    One of the pilots told an anecdote about a woman on a plane. Something in her luggage was vibrating loudly, and so…er, kinetically the whole bag was shaking in the overhead compartment. So the flight attendant went to investigate. The woman, said, “Oh, that’s Igor! He goes everywhere with me…” and she took out this King Kong sized dildo that looked like it ran on titanium batteries, and turned it off.

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  291. Tarnished says:

    Difficult to get women to admit this it is

    One wonders why.
    T’would seem obvious.

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  292. Tarnished says:

    Holy shit, Liz.
    That’s frickin hysterical.

    How many womxn on this thread there are?
    Call out if one you are.

    How does one pronounce “womxn”? I’m thinking it’s woe-minx. Either way, no thank you. 😉

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  293. Liz says:

    “How many womxn on this thread there are?
    Call out if one you are.”

    Yo! Yo, Liz is in da hawse.

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  294. Liz says:

    (copying and pasting from Bloom’s, I posted this over there)

    So, yesterday, we were out on the boat (Mike and our friend from college), and the subject of politics came up. Our friend said that Kim Jong Un looked kind of like Hillary. They both wore the same outfits, and so forth. Then he mentioned that KJU is really crazy.
    Here’s the conversation:

    Friend: “He’s so crazy he executed his uncle with an anti-aircraft gun.”
    Mike: “Really? Why did he do that?”
    Me: “Probably thought he was a flight risk.”

    Badaboombadabing, right?
    Anti-aircraft gun, flight risk.
    All I got was a serious nod and, “maybe so”…
    So I had to explain the joke which…totally ruined it.
    It was a comedy grenade…it went off a few seconds late and fizzled.
    GAH.
    Just wanted to share. Because, dammit I thought it was witty. 😀

    Later, I asked Mike if he thought it was funny and he patted me on the head and said, “Yes, honey, it was very clever and funny.” LOL

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  295. Spawny Get says:

    Something suggestive here, I think

    I’ve eaten in Nomansland, the grub was good.

    Oo-err missus

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  296. Liz says:

    In Yodish:
    Liz is in da hawse, she is, Yo!

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  297. Tarnished says:

    Well, *I* thought it was funny, Liz.

    “Wilsford Cum Lake
    Please drive carefully”

    So, I’m guessing the optional “slippery when wet” warning was just redundant at that point?

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  298. Liz says:

    Squee! Thank you Tarn. 😀
    (Damn, I’m needy)

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  299. Yoda says:

    How does one pronounce “womxn”?

    It matters not.
    Just the thought matters it does.

    Kind of the the symbol of the artist formerly known as Prince it would be.
    Dead he now is.
    His symbol live in infinity it will

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  300. Yoda says:

    Like Spawny’s cock, big this thread is

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  301. Yoda says:

    New post there would be

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  302. Tarnished says:

    His symbol live in infinity it will

    Well, *that’s* hella unfortunate.

    Damn, I’m needy

    I do believe that is something to make Mike aware of, Liz. But thanks for sharing… 😉

    It matters not.
    Just the thought matters it does.

    Hmm. Alright, then.
    I think I’m not one of those. Or if I am, I’m certainly not a good example. ❌

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  303. Tarnished says:

    A new post?

    But there’s only 309 310 comments on this one!

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  304. SFC Ton says:

    if women own up to enjoying sex then sex becomes a less defective weapon

    98% of what women do is some version of mind game. Ok maybe more like 99.9% but I am in a good mode and trying to be generous

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  305. Ame says:

    Yoda – am here … been following along. ohhh my!

    Sumo – wish I lived closer … would be on my way over for pheasant for dinner!

    Ton – band camp? I thought band camp was for high school … have I missed a new definition?

    OKR – idk why slut-girls have to up their sex-count. never been one. I do believe there is an emotional attachment that females have to sex that men don’t. how love factors into that … I used to think I knew, but from the stories I keep hearing, idk anymore.

    Liz – she is not going to think it’s for just one night. he’ll probably have to block her number. and I loved the ‘flight risk’ thing!

    Tarn – I agree … they’re awesome 🙂

    Cill – so glad the bunny thing worked out for you. was getting a bit worried we’d have to do an intervention or something! … and if you’re lying about your abode, i’m the one to buy it … I tend to be gullible!

    Spawny – I just … omw! i’ll just leave all that alone 🙂

    Me – am hoping doc can give me drugs tomorrow for whatever this is kicking my butt! husband just walked in the door with food and said he can tell I feel bad b/c i’m reacting grumpy – well, not those exact words 😉

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  306. Yoda says:

    Ame,

    So a womxn you are?

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  307. Tarnished says:

    if women own up to enjoying sex then sex becomes a less defective weapon

    Could you go into more detail on this, Ton?

    Ok maybe more like 99.9% but I am in a good mode and trying to be generous

    I realize this was a typo, but I’m liking my impromptu idea that Ton is so fed up with hearing Fems talking about “feelz” and “emotions” that he now calls them modes. Ton, are you pioneering our new dictionary?! 📖✏

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  308. Ame says:

    Yoda says:

    22 April, 2016 at 12:32 am

    Ame,

    So a womxn you are?
    =====================

    Yoda … Woman I am.

    ===============

    http://helloflo.com/gwendolyn-women-etymology/

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  309. Tarnished says:

    band camp? I thought band camp was for high school … have I missed a new definition?

    You’ve never seen American Pie?

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  310. Ame says:

    Tarn – you know, I don’t remember if I’ve seen American pie.

    I was thinking from Ton’s comments … in one he said band camp … in another I think he referenced it to being ‘3 years ago’ … and thot he wrote somewhere else he’s in his 40’s …

    so while my head is fuzzy today, that math didn’t add up 😉

    and maybe none of this makes sense b/c … apparently … my family is telling me I should go back to bed 😦

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  311. Tarnished says:

    These spellings are closely associated with the feminism movement, with some choosing to use the term “womxn” over “womyn” due to the latter’s roots in transphobia. As Tumblr user sanpaguitagirl put it, the term “womyn” appeared at a festival that celebrated cisgender (identifying as the same assigned sex at birth) women’s accomplishments in art and music.

    Gods above, Yoda…I thought you were just being silly. This is a thing? Why is it a thing?! This is the worst type of thing to ever *be* a thing!

    It’s like there’s entirely new levels of previously undiscovered mindnumbing crap in the shit-cake that is the border between TERFland and Femroidville.

    My brain meats are exploded. Hope you’re happy.

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  312. Ame says:

    ditto Tarn.

    when Yoda kept bringing it up, I thot i’d google it to see if I’ve missed something (cause, you know, that’s easily done) … and sheesh! I didn’t expect that!

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  313. Ame says:

    well … so there are those that complain that XMas leaves Christ out of Christmas … but X is Greek for Christ. so … whatever.

    but … in this womxn thing … I don’t think they’re thinking of Jesus Christ there.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xmas

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  314. Tarnished says:

    Ame,

    I don’t enjoy maths on a good day, much less a sick day. Got through Calc 1, then noped the heck outta Calc 2 and anything higher.

    I’d need to reread the comments to see where you are coming from. But if you’re still unwell, perhaps more bed is a better option now, anyway.

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  315. Tarnished says:

    but…in this womxn thing…I don’t think they’re thinking of Jesus Christ there

    Fixed it for you

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  316. Mrs. Yoda says:

    A womxn I am not

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  317. Ame says:

    Tarn – thx for the fix! 🙂

    will get back to bed or chill on the sofa to be close to hubs man … till coughing wakes me yet again. fam is being nice to me. usually doesn’t get this bad. stupid asthma and allergies and weather went into extreme super-power 😉 mode all at the same time. should be fine as long as stays away from pneumonia. blech. used to never get sick. i’m terrible at being sick. and i’m whining. and really mad I feel this much worse today. grrrrr.

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    this is VERY good to know:
    Mrs. Yoda says:

    22 April, 2016 at 1:04 am

    A womxn I am not

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  318. Cill says:

    Ame, “and if you’re lying about your abode, i’m the one to buy it … I tend to be gullible!”

    No I’m not lying about it. Where did that idea come from? I designed and built the house myself.

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  319. Yoda says:

    Cill’s house ideal for Degoba it would seem

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  320. SFC Ton says:

    *if women own up to enjoying sex then sex becomes a less effective weapon*

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  321. Ame says:

    Cill –

    I picked it up from here:

    Tarnished says:

    21 April, 2016 at 11:42 am

    Cill,
    I am really hoping you’re serious about how you clean your house. That’s too awesome to tease us about!

    ==========================

    the whole concept of what you’ve described is so cool to me. I love design and will often just peruse floor plans for fun 🙂

    I also LOVE things that are practical – a home that cleans like that? so extremely cool!

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  322. Ame says:

    Tarn … okay, will try to piece my crazy thoughts together:
    ==============================================

    SFC Ton says:

    21 April, 2016 at 6:31 pm

    LOL
    this one time at band camp I denied a girl …
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    SFC Ton says:

    21 April, 2016 at 7:00 pm

    what can I say? I am the Hulk Hogan of slamming muff

    And the girl is still insane about me 3 years or so later
    =============================================

    can’t remember where I saw Ton posted he’s in his 40’s.

    if Ton is in his 40’s …
    and if band camp was 3 or so years ago …
    then this band camp wasn’t for high schooler’s? or at least, that’s what i’m assuming! 🙂

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  323. Liz says:

    It’s an American Pie pop culture reference, Ame. 🙂
    “This one time, in band camp…”
    Now get in bed, have some nighttime theraflu and watch American Pie on Netflix.
    Get well soon. 🙂

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  324. Liz says:

    I was under the impression girls talk a great deal about how much they like sex.

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  325. Liz says:

    That was kind of the plot for Sex in the City.
    (that and marry a rich man after having lots of great casual sex)

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  326. Choicy says:

    I have been in the house of Cillo and he does drive trailors through the doors into the rooms. I think every joker whp visits him asks him to clean it so they can laugh at the sight of him steam cleaning his house. His friends and family ask him to give a demo almost every visit. It’s the cleanest house on the planet mate. The roar of the steam is deafening and he disappears in the steam. Cillo takes all his work seriously which makes it funnier than ever mate. It’s a blast.

    I’m late for work. See you later.

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  327. Tarnished says:

    Ame,
    The “band camp” portion of Ton’s comment was not indicative of him being in an actual band camp. He was just being goofy by doing a movie quote. 🙂

    I was under the impression girls talk a great deal about how much they like sex.

    Nope. Only at Spawny’s, Liz. 😉

    if women own up to enjoying sex then sex becomes a less effective weapon

    But isn’t that good? Shouldn’t women admit they also experience lust in addition to love?

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  328. SFC Ton says:

    Tarn……damn you be goofy and shit. We don’t live in a world of what should be but what is.
    yes it would be good but they don’t want good they want weapons, power, control etc. they as in the 98% of woman

    My girls are down in Fla, visiting family and showing off Ton Spawn. Soooo they are playing titty tag with me ie texting me photos of their boobs as they go about their day. They are rare in that they readily admit they enjoy being lusted after, being sex objects, provoking my lust etc But that is as rare as hen teeth

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  329. Tarnished says:

    Yeah, Ton.
    I send my guy pics, videos, and even write him erotica or find him links to vids that I know get his motor running. If he’s in a positive mood, I even get stuff back! 😀

    And…and! He took a break from filling out applications to spend 6 surprise hours with me on Saturday. ❤
    *does a happy dance*

    I’m glad we met such people and have them in our lives.

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