N-Count and Pair Bonding


From here,

New Zealand women are considered to be the most promiscuous in the entire world. A survey by the condom maker Durex has reported that Kiwi women had an average of 20.4 sexual partners in their lifetime. And remember, that’s just an average. It means that friggin’ Cruise liner loads full of New Zealand women are getting banged up a LOT more than that.

By comparison, the global average was 7.3 sexual partners per woman. Astoundingly, New Zealand was the only country in the survey where women had more sexual partners than their men, a reflection of the huge twentysomething backpacker culture this country has on top of their general sluttiness.

The long-term consequences of rampant female promiscuity can be serious, and any women who has a notch count higher than 10 is a major red flag, especially for men who wish to have a healthy long-term relationship or marriage.

The higher the notch count a woman has, the less likely they will be able to pair bond well with a single man, especially after they have been repeatedly plugged in every hole by dozens of obnoxious alpha male bad-boy cocks throughout their teens and twenties (or beyond).

It is commonly understood in the manosphere that women suffer much more due to their n-counts than men. Actually, the concept should perhaps be inflicted with damage, as women who fail to bond to their husbands make all around them suffer.

But why might do women sustain the damage while men do not?   Probably there are many reasons, but one possibility stood out to me.  When Bill’s affair with Monica was revealed, lots of psychologists came out of the woodwork saying basically the same thing; that is, that men are much better able to compartmentalize than women were.  That meant that even though Bill was under intense pressure due to the scandal, he conceivably could still handle his presidential duties well.  One was separate from the other, and when he was engaged with one, he was not engaged with the other.

On the other  hand, it was said that Hillary would suffer continually, as women do not compartmentalize so well.  So matter where she went, what she did, it would always be on her mind.

In my personal case, I compartmentalize very well.  I focus on what ever context I am in.  It is very useful for getting the job done.  My Mom on the other hand, would continually obsess over things, even in situations that seemed odd to me.

How does this relate to n-count?  With the fellas, the context that they are in is the current marriage.  Ideally, that is the focus.  With women, there is no current man in her life, there is always the men in her life from time zero.  This is perhaps much of the explanation behind the alpha widow.

Cill and Molly have in times past touched upon this phenomenon.  Perhaps they would comment on it further.

 

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178 comments on “N-Count and Pair Bonding
  1. Moi says:

    NZ was a great place to visit. But they never must have asked the same questions in Finland, because they are a lot more ‘active’ there than in kiwi-land.

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  2. Tarnished says:

    that men are much better able to compartmentalize than women

    I recall that Horseman disagreed with this assertion when it was brought up over at Bloom’s. I hope he is available to comment about it, since it would be a different male view.

    Interestingly, Seamus disagrees as well to a point…it’s one of the opinions that makes him a Purple Piller rather than a RP man. He thinks similar to myself, that it has more to do with an individual man or woman’s personality, level of commitment, and ability to separate the past from the present. We do both think that sluts of either sex have great difficulty in pair bonding though.

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t know what men are expected to do in this environment. It’s not that the last man has to compete with the memory of the best man but, rather, with the best of each man. Then, there is the matter of the woman qualifying for short term sex when she wouldn’t qualify for long term with the “exciting” man.
    This is something that men have to think hard about because the details of history will be suppressed.

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  4. Yoda says:

    Tarn three compartments she does have.
    Supporting two of them difficult it is,

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  5. Tarnished says:

    TMI
    Trigger warning
    Yoda warning
    Personal anecdote ahead

    Sometimes when we’re getting frisky, Seamus will say something about one of his previous partners. It is complimentary at times (holy fuck, you do X so much better than “Jessica” ever did) and very often neutral (damn Tarn, your tits are so much larger than “Chelsea’s” were). Stuff like that.

    These random comments used to annoy me, especially in the first year or so of our relationship, because it showed he was comparing me to other women while we were literally doing it. It also made me jealous, I’ll fully admit. After all, I have no other men to compare him to in exchange. It’s an unintentional inequality of experience that would get on my nerves a lot.

    But after 10 years, (in year 3, really) I’d reached the conclusion that I should not take it personally, and accept that his brain works the same during sex as it does at any other time. Namely, like a wall of TVs all playing different channels at once. His level of ADD means tangents in conversations are a feature, not a bug. For example, we were talking about packing for Gencon when he suddenly started talking about the Taurus he found on Pokémon Go that morning. Thank the Gods *I* was driving at the time, because then he took out his phone to show me, lol. 😃

    Anyway…yeah.
    Some men (maybe even the majority) can compartmentalize their thoughts into neat little boxes. Others have thought patterns that need to come with a caution label for fucking mental whiplash. ↩↪

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  6. Tarnished says:

    Pffft. Ha ha!
    That’s what bras are for, Yoda. Or Seamus’ hands, when he’s in the mood.

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  7. Yoda says:

    What Tarn do if a Moehau Man Sheila she was?
    Only have spray on pikelet support they do

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  8. Tarnished says:

    Guess my chickens would be free range, then.

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  9. Tarnished says:

    It’s actually pretty cool, going to a topless beach. We have a select few in NY that I’ve been “free” in. It’s not for everyone, but it’s nice imo.

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  10. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn would be very popular with the Moehau Men. Able to wear that much more pickelet she could.

    Tarn,
    I should have paid heed to the TMI warning. Too much for bears who like cinnamon rolls.
    I do have an errant thought. If Seamus has been our one and ony for the the last ten years, that sounds somewhat permanent.

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  11. Yoda says:

    Post picture Tarn should.
    Or never happened it did

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  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    NO, just no,

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  13. Tarnished says:

    It’s not that the last man has to compete with the memory of the best man but, rather, with the best of each man.

    Huh.
    Does this assertion mean it is actually common to think about other people/previous partners when doing the horizontal mambo? Seems like a problem of split attentions.

    Perhaps living more in the immediate moment would help. Harder to think of other people when your entire focus is on the wo/man in front of you, right?

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  14. Tarnished says:

    Nah, Yoda.
    I don’t want to poke anyone’s eye out. 😛

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  15. Tarnished says:

    If Seamus has been your one and only for the the last ten years, that sounds somewhat permanent.

    Only somewhat, bear.
    Remember, up to about 5 years ago he still had an occasional happy ending at a massage parlour every 3 months or so. And though we are cohabiting for a while right now it is also not permanent. I know where I stand, and that is okay. 🖒

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  16. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    That is what men have to wonder about in a day when it is likely the woman will be far more experienced than the man.

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  17. Tarnished says:

    Then, there is the matter of the woman qualifying for short term sex when she wouldn’t qualify for long term with the “exciting” man.

    Does *anyone* qualify for long-term with so called “exciting” men? The ones I’ve seen mostly have baby mommas, not wives or steady girlfriends.

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  18. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    You have explained why you are cohabiting. It is to further his needs. Curiously, it sounds as if your commitment is deeper. That is upside down in this culture.

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  19. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Perhaps these “exciting” men are doing a public service allowing so many women to share them?
    Bear withdraws to cave, scratching his head.

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  20. Tarnished says:

    That is what men have to wonder about in a day when it is likely the woman will be far more experienced than the man.

    I know what that’s like.
    It can cause jealousy unless there’s eventual acceptance that N isn’t a competition between partners.

    That’s my take on it now, anyway. I may think differently if I was the marrying sort, or had a worrying personality.

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  21. Tarnished says:

    You have explained why you are cohabiting. It is to further his needs.

    Truth.

    Curiously, it sounds as if your commitment is deeper. That is upside down in this culture.

    Meh. Gender roles can suck it. Seamus and I are who we are. No apologies will be forthcoming. 😎

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  22. Moi says:

    Probably more that those thoughts happen at times other than that.

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  23. Tarnished says:

    Perhaps these “exciting” men are doing a public service allowing so many women to share them?

    Bleh. Hopefully this does not entail the sharing of STDs, too.

    Safe sex practices and condoms exist for another reason other than preventing pregnancy…

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  24. Tarnished says:

    Probably more that those thoughts happen at times other than that.

    Of course.
    Every few minutes, honestly. But that doesn’t mean one needs to *voice* said thoughts, lol.

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  25. Tarnished says:

    9:30…Time for dinner.
    See you later, all.

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  26. Moi says:

    It’s not about a competition over the N. It’s either about ‘how can I be good enough for her if she’s had N’, or ‘if she’s had N including me, when will it be N+1’.

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  27. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    The “exciting” men can have whatever they want, whenever they want. That is what defines them. Yes, they are spreading STDs. They are very busy doing so. That goes a long way to explaining why the incidence among women is twice as much as among men.

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  28. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I haven’t seen it yet but, this is Judgybitch’s speech. It should be good.

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  29. Yoda says:

    With spray/on Pikelets question I do have.
    How baked they would be?

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  30. Yoda says:

    A pikelet a crumpet it would be

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pikelet

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  31. Yoda says:

    I think this might be the perfect gif for understanding the Appeal Gap between the Clintons.

    Look, Bill’s a pol and all pols are phonies but, if I can crib a phrase from P.J. O’Rourke, he’s a phony within the normal parameters of pol phoniness. And he’s phony in the sort of way that people like. The pointing at some random person he kinda-recognizes, the lip bite, the thumbs up: say what you will about Bubba, but the dude’s a smoothie! He’s definitely a smoothie! Hillary, on the other hand, has trouble mimicking even the most basic of human emotions. Like excitement or surprise, for example. No one reacts like that when they see balloons. It’s vaguely inhuman, just on the wrong side of the Uncanny Valley.

    http://freebeacon.com/blog/dnc-closing-night-speeches-ranked/

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  32. Tarnished says:

    That’s a good point, Moi.
    I guess in my situation I just know that if I wasn’t “good enough” for him or he wasn’t “good enough” for me, we’d communicate about how to become good enough for each other. Kinda like how at the beginning, you still need to learn your partner’s sexual likes/dislikes to please them the most, so you discuss it during or after the sexy funtimes.

    The “N + 1” aspect is probably a much bigger issue for married couples. I don’t know what to do about that. Maybe one of our hitched commenters knows?

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  33. Choicy says:

    Farm Boy you’re thinking of the PPP series which Cillo wrote a year or two ago mate. I chipped in and wrote about my daring mission when I porked 2 PPPs and I took one for the team. It was a bold mission for which I deserve a medal or a crate of Fosters my mates.

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  34. Moi says:

    I think that a worry about N+1 can arise if one is invested in a relationship, regardless of marital status. Especially if there have been transgressions with N-#s.

    The ‘good enough’ I was talking about wasn’t about ‘technique’, as much as about perception of worth, or whatever it is that gets your hamster spinning. In one instance for me, it was a what could she really see in me, after this other person. It was faux self doubt, generated by me misreading some really huge red flags. Sometimes you just don’t talk about ‘everything’ with the other person.

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  35. Yoda says:

    Grant unto you, Sir Choicy, the Royal Order of Degoba Medal for Gallant Service I do

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  36. Yoda says:

    Nah, Yoda.
    I don’t want to poke anyone’s eye out.😛

    Sometimes when excited I get,
    An issue for me this is

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  37. Tarnished says:

    Yeah, you’re right. If one is in a non-open relationship, then cheating is a threat.

    I’m sorry, but I don’t perceive worth that way. Yes, I’m fucked up in quite a few ways and it’s pretty damn likely I am not “worthy” in many people’s eyes. That’s not self-doubt…I’m confident of this fact. 😉 But I only really have to be valuable to Seamus and he is honest with me about his needs and wants, so it’s relatively easy to get him those. Regardless, I have and always will have worth outside of my relationship, as important as it is.

    Same as you do and did, Moi.
    Everyone has inherent value as a person.

    If I may ask, what were the red flags?
    It’s cool if that’s too personal to talk about, just say so.

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  38. Tarnished says:

    Yes, they are spreading STDs. They are very busy doing so. That goes a long way to explaining why the incidence among women is twice as much as among men.

    Such grossness, Fuzzie.
    *shudder*

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  39. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yes, Choicy does deserve and award. Most Noble Order of Bear. He would be the only one in Australia to have one.

    That Hillary gif makes me nervous. I still think that she should be isolated.

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  40. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    It is kind of “gross” all the way around. It is all designed to reward the frivolous and harm those with good intentions.

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  41. Choicy says:

    Much as I deserve the Royal Order of Degoba Medal for Gallant Service and the Most Noble Order of Bear, this humble digger will settle for a crate of Fosters my mates.

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  42. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    There is a small problem with sending you Foster’s. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited by most carriers. Awards can be a problem in this country. Congress must approve all those awarded by foreign governments.
    Maybe we should just say thank you.
    I am still shocked that you did not incur the wrath of Molly.

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  43. Moi says:

    I’ve never been in an open relationship (nor do I want one), but I could see that others could be a threat there too.

    The worth thing for some of us is a moving target. In the one instance I was referring to, it was misdirected and pretty dysfunctional of me. In a nutshell, how can I be of any value if she was with _____. Pretty sick.

    As for the red flags, I’ll hit the big ones. Married, pregnant, abortion, and divorced at 19. Lied about if she had been with a particular person. Didn’t admit to cheating until after getting engaged. Huge money issues that were concealed. Fired from a job for legitimate reasons, but ended up getting the job back. Other stuff.

    And after all of that, I didn’t learn my lesson and ignore red flags with someone else years later. This one is even worse…

    Pregnant & gave birth at 15. Filed protective orders against father at 21. Married someone else at 25. Gave birth at 27. Divorced at 31 or so, and he filed against her. Took up with a coworker, and filed a protective order against him and had him sent to jail at 32. Says was divorced twice, but records only show once. Filed bankruptcy twice before age 33. Still lots of money issues. Huge self esteem issues, as evidenced by wayyyyy too many selfies on FaceSpace. And no matter how interested you may be in a guy, there are certain photos that you just don’t send him until you are in a stable relationship that has existed longer than a month.

    I really hate your kind at times.

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  44. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Moi, Yikes!
    While I was on OkCupid, I asked three women about their marital history. All three had been married five times.

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  45. Tarnished says:

    Whoa. Yeah. Those are huge red flags, plus a few glowing neon signs. It’s terrible that those women were in your life and hid all that stuff. Hopefully you are okay?

    I don’t hate “my” kind (transsexuals?), but I’m certainly distrustful of women as a whole. And I don’t hate men in general either…there’s only 2 individuals of your sex I am utterly indifferent towards. Hate takes up too much mental energy that can be used more productively, imo.

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  46. Tarnished says:

    Five times each?!
    Three different women?!

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  47. Yoda says:

    Post picture Tarn should.

    Just want a picture of a fine beach I do,
    For on Degoba we have beaches not

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  48. Moi says:

    Yeah, not real hate but frustration at times. But of course you knew that.

    And no, I’m not. Never will be.

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  49. Mrs. Yoda says:

    True this is.
    On Degoba there are beaches not.

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  50. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    From Dalrock to be filed under WTF.
    https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2016/07/29/she-isnt-impressed/

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  51. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    With the first women, she remarried one of her previous husbands. Gut, yes, three different women. The last one had the most promise. She was a widow.

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  52. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    For Yoda and Mrs. Yoda.

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  53. SFC Ton says:

    Why does a high N count not damage men like it does women?

    Maybe because men are different then women and have a different mating strategy programmed into us?

    Regarding women and N count; women suck ass at pair bonding in the 1st place so anything which damages that ability effects them geometrically vs proportionally

    Given humanities pass it makes sense that women dont pair bond well

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  54. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Off topic. I found this link. I thought that fifty percent of marriages failing was it. What it means is that in every year for every two marriages there is one divorce. This page shows marriage survival rates over ten years.
    http://www.statisticbrain.com/marriage-statistics/
    Scroll down to first marriage survival for some really grim stats.
    It is much worse than any of us thought.

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  55. Yes it does seem that men compartmentalize better, or it’s just different. I have watched friends of both genders doing the casual sex replaces dating thing and the guys getting laid? they were quite happy. They didnt angst or fret about it. The gals were different, instead of being “score! High five!” about a casual sex/ons experience they tended to angst and obsess, would he call again, why did he not, etc.

    when you consider the biology alone, sex is just physically riskier historically bc of the pregnancy factor. Until otc paternity testing guys really could be long down the road before pregnancy was discovered, so the risk was low for them, comparitively. So of course women aren’t programmed to “hit it and forget it” bc that’s not in her best interest biologically. Pair bonding is. By the time a woman can “hit it and forget it” (and from what I observed this takes a pretty high N count to get there) it makes sense the pair bonding would be affected.

    Women want equality in the casual sex experience, and some even claim to have it, but it seems unnatural somehow, against the common sense laws of nature anyway.

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  56. Remember the basic operating ground rules for sex have long been sex for commitment from a woman, commitment for sex for a man. I know this is all topsy turvey today but this is the historic balance so to speak.

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  57. Ame says:

    “SFC Ton says:
    30 July, 2016 at 5:52 am
    Why does a high N count not damage men like it does women?

    Maybe because men are different then women and have a different mating strategy programmed into us?”
    ___

    i am continuously baffled that people don’t get that men and women are different.

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  58. Tarnished says:

    i am continuously baffled that people don’t get that men and women are different.

    Because the reigning ideology of Feminism teaches that we are 100% the same, even when science shows numerous differences in masculine vs feminine types of brain structure.

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  59. Tarnished says:

    I have watched friends of both genders doing the casual sex replaces dating thing and the guys getting laid? they were quite happy. They didnt angst or fret about it. The gals were different, instead of being “score! High five!” about a casual sex/ons experience they tended to angst and obsess, would he call again, why did he not, etc.

    Probably because, despite them saying the sex was just sex for the sake of pleasure/relief, it wasn’t. So the men went out looking for sexual relief and got sexual relief. Thus, they were happy.

    The women went out looking for some amount of commitment from an alpha/sexy dude but got no commitment. Thus, they were unhappy.

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  60. Tarnished says:

    Yeah, not real hate but frustration at times. But of course you knew that.

    I didn’t, but now I do.

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  61. David Foster says:

    Fuzzy,

    Something seems off about the linked article marriage survival rates. See the Pew Research study here for comparison:

    http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2015/12/04/education-and-marriage/

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  62. That’s true Tarn, perhaps the women weren’t being honest w themselves about what they wanted. But my college roomie for example would completely agree up front “no strings” and think she was being sex positive but then after she would always be hurt when they didnt call again or it didnt become “something more.” Even when the guy was clearly NOT good long term material or a good fit for her. This led me to the theory that women bind to men via sex in a way that is uniquely feminine, like her primitive brain still equated sex=relationship even tho she herself (said) it was “just sex.” We lived apart after college in different cities but kept in touch. We went on a trip in pur mid 30s and I was shocked at her overtly sexual behavior by that time, and many hookups later, she slept w three different guys in less than a week! I was pissed at her bc I thought we were going on vacation together and she spent most of it chasing guys, getting laid, then feeling bad it didnt become something, until she banged the next guy. I guess I didn’t get the memo “that’s what you do on a girl vacay” and was grossed out. Anyway by that time she had mostly lost the post sex bonding I would see her struggle w in earlier years. But it was concerning, as a friend, to see how she had changed and I worried she was a sex addict or something it was do blatant and all consuming. I have seen other gal pals go thru the same emotional reaction post “it’s just sex” sex so I do think for (most) women, it’s a biological drive to make sex into “more” bc there is something in the brain that says “baby might be coming, lock him down!” Even if w birth control this isn’t so today. The ancient brain programming just doesn’t adapt that fast, 40 years since reliable bc is nothing compared to the many generations prior where sex=babies.

    This same phenom may also play a role in the war bride thing, or how captives can “fall in love” w their kidnappers, etc.

    It’s survival driving both, at a primitive level.

    My friend above married shortly after that trip and we lost touch. I have often wondered if she’s been true, or if she still goes on “girl trips” on the side. Hope not 😦

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  63. SFC Ton says:

    Are there things that don’t generate worry and anxieties in women ?

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  64. Tarn, what I am trying to say is that I think a lot of women (and girls) fool themselves (or are fooled into by feminism, media, perrs, etc.) into thinking they can screw and walk away like a guy can, and they can’t. Guys maybe need to get this too, for their own protection, even if a girl says “no strings” up front, that may mean nothing after the fact, leading to much awkwardness. I wonder how many “oops” babies are a lame (selfish? shortsighted? insane?) attempt to keep the guy around?

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  65. Good point Ton, I can’t think of anything! Women can worry about not having enough to worry about!

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  66. Ame says:

    perhaps if the Ton were in charge of the world, we might find something not to worry about 😉

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  67. Ame says:

    fuzziewuzziebear says:
    30 July, 2016 at 4:41 am
    From Dalrock to be filed under WTF.
    https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2016/07/29/she-isnt-impressed/

    ________

    Fuzzie –

    my husband, born and raised in Texas … this is how many convos end after he says or does something:

    Me: *laughing* “You’re terrible!”
    Husband: “I know, but that’s what makes me so good!”

    🙂

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  68. Lol Amy are you kidding? I worry about that! 🙂

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  69. Ame says:

    LOL Bloom!

    well … we wouldn’t have to worry about a decision being made … perhaps which decision made, but not that a decisive decision was made and followed through! 🙂

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  70. Also the PPP articles by Cill and Choicy show what happens when gal’s try to sport f*ck like guy players… they become soulless and broken. Not good.

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  71. Ame says:

    what are the PPP articles?

    PPP ?

    Like

  72. Moi says:

    Well that’s not a function of having casual sex, but of lying to themselves about what their true desired result was.

    Woman can in fact be as non-commitment minded as men when it comes to sex. But it is not as prevalent.

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  73. Moi says:

    A prime example of ‘ignore what women say. Watch what they do’. Women lie an awful lot, and mostly to themselves.

    Ok, that’s not fair. It’s not lying if you believe it. But it does show that people believe things of themselves, that just aren’t accurate.

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  74. Moi says:

    A widow all 5 times, or just the last?

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  75. Moi says:

    Why? Because they lie about the actual N count. lol

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  76. Moi says:

    Ya know, I’ve given the red flag issue a bit more thought. In both instances there were a few similarities, but one I hadn’t really focused on until just now.

    Although both had money issues, what is more glaring to me right now is their focus on the status/position/occupation of the male, or their perception of it.

    In the first instance she seemed to have showed off what I was at the time, instead of who I was as a person.

    In the second instance, she seems to have followed a path in previous Ns that mimic the first one. Especially since there were some very pointed questions about what position I held before I retired, the answers to which I heard back from others in subsequent conversations.

    Damn, I wish I never thought of that. It’s downright depressing…

    Another thought I had last night, is that is may be a little less about the actual N, but more about the dynamics of how it increased. Was the ‘next’ more filled with drama and chaos than some other people with similar N have.

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  77. mgtowhorseman says:

    God this is so easy to understand.

    I love meat. Steak. Roast. Chicken. If its animal protein I love it. In that its tasty and satisfies my hunger. It gives me “release” from my hunger and an enjoyable experience.

    But I don’t love meat. (cue the Anchorman I love lamp jokes).

    Same with sex. We don’t compartmentalize. It just serves a different specific need. Hell my dream is to be munch a steak while being ridden by mrs. I wont compartmentalize. I will enjoy two things at once.

    Sex is good for men pair bonding. But NO man ever was I want sex so she will love me. Never happen. Never did. Never will. Maybe if I love her I get sex but not the other.

    When men are romantic they can be looking for emotional attachment. Comfort. Support. Companionship. But thats not sex. Hence two L words. Love and Lust.

    Women…everything. I cant have that steak cause it has fat and Atkins so I wo t be attractive to get hunky mchandyman to support me and have kids so the girls know I made it on top of my fantastic career.

    Its all one big runon sentence. Versus guys speaking horsemanese.

    Men enjoy each thing.
    Women enjoy everything.
    Men. Women. Not the same.

    Tarn…which comment? Curious.

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  78. mgtowhorseman says:

    p.s. Love as emotion for those who still believe in it.

    To bad it doesnt exist.

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  79. Yoda says:

    Women…everything. I cant have that steak cause it has fat and Atkins so I wo t be attractive to get hunky mchandyman to support me and have kids so the girls know I made it on top of my fantastic career.

    Its all one big runon sentence.

    So women compartmentalize not

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  80. mgtowhorseman says:

    Cill.
    Read PPP in NZ re J.
    Much Sympathies and Support, Brother
    Our Strength to you.

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  81. Ame says:

    just read the PPP stuff.

    i’m speechless.

    so sorry your country has devolved to that, Cill and Molly. that is truly tragic.

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  82. molly says:

    I read “Why I’m a MGHOW in the land of the PPP” again. I wish I didn’t. If only I could change the past.

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  83. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    David Foster,
    I don’t know how those figures were arrived at, neither the ones that I presented nor the ones from the Pew Research Center. It think the ones from Pew Research are wildly optimistic while the ones I found are grim It still remains that for every two couples that marry, there will be one divorce in any given year.. That is grim enough. I had to wonder about long term effects of a fifty percent washout rate.

    Moi,
    The fifth marriage ended with her husband dying-natural causes. Growing up, I did know a woman who survived four husbands.

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  84. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    If the first think that jumped into my head is what you are thinking, don’t. I like you as you are.. All rainbowy!

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  85. Yoda says:

    Feel easier everybody can,
    Not Tarn this was,

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  86. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Captain Capitalism wrote something to warm Farm Boy’s heart.
    http://captaincapitalism.blogspot.com/2016/07/ghostbusters-officially-flop.html

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  87. Spawny Get says:

    “there’s only 2 individuals of your sex I am utterly indifferent towards”

    Aw hell, what i do now?

    I’ve been glasing all day, went to a neighbour’s bbq and watched film with a pussy on me lap. Apart from busting my weekly alcohol unit limit in one day…not unusual when I’m getting stuff done…what did I do?

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  88. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Thank you, Yoda! Had that been Tarn, I would have been horrified! In any event, Tarn will not like it. I hope that this will make her feel better.

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  89. Spawny Get says:

    “perhaps if the Ton were in charge of the world, we might find something not to worry about😉”

    We’d have fewer, realler things to worry about is my guess 😉

    Ton in charge of global security could work…for good folks at least.

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  90. Spawny Get says:

    Looks like one for Molls

    Sounds like one for me, but i missed it cos busy an tings.
    http://www.going-postal.net/2016/07/wankpuffin-reads-your-emails.html

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  91. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly will like!!!

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  92. SFC Ton says:

    Personal observation is college chicks make shit wives. They own the pinnacle of wanting a beta draft horse or a man as a status symbol

    Also their divorce rate doesn’t seem to be all that bette r.

    Thing is, mostly I familiar with high divorce rate professions so my observations might be skewed

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  93. molly says:

    I liked the bike. The Norton Manx 500 is better tho. 😉

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  94. SFC Ton says:

    What do youn ride Molly

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  95. Spawny Get says:

    The Norton Manx 500 comes with a WankPuffin?
    I think not.

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  96. molly says:

    I ride a Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R.
    I can’t find a 1950s Manx or I would buy one.

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  97. RichardP says:

    Love is a verb.
    Everything else is Oxytocin.

    The “bonding” hormone.
    Women have more of it than men.

    But, then, there is this. Explains compartmentalization, or lack thereof:

    “It has also been shown that testosterone directly suppresses oxytocin.[83] This has been hypothesized to have evolutionary significance. With oxytocin suppressed, activities such as hunting and attacking invaders [and kicking women out of bed after sex] would be less mentally difficult as oxytocin is strongly associated with empathy.” Wikipedia

    Show him your naked. Get him excited. His testosterone will go up. Makes him less likely to want to bond with you. The opposite of what is expected. Want him to bond with you, feed him something that will reduce his testosterone. Make him a beta or something.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxytocin
    http://www.livescience.com/42198-what-is-oxytocin.html

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  98. Spawny Get says:

    When you get one, here’s a WankPuffin for you to fit

    Gimp is your friend.

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  99. Spawny Get says:

    “Show him your naked”
    Show him your naked…what? Tease.

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  100. molly says:

    The Puffin on the bike is a snob, by his voice. He is pompiss. No snobs on *my* bike! Lol

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  101. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that all the Norton Manx 500s went to Antarctica. The Emperor penguins have club races with them.
    Molly doesn’t need a WankPuffin. She is on a first name basis with all the animals in New Zealand.

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  102. molly says:

    Show him your naked starkers
    (heh heh)

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  103. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Not my fine feathered Puffin friend, nor Molly with her rainbow fur coat, not I with mine.

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  104. Yoda says:

    Well, 184 is only the upper estimate considering election fraud. Not even counting in the immense MSM bias, lack of debates, DNC bias/shenenigans outside of fraud, Hillary’s huge funding thanks to corruption… It should have been a landslide for Bernie!

    The following is from the last page of the entire report:

    A. CONCLUSIONS

    We have aimed to provide an overview of the evidence for various types of fraud and targeted voter suppression impacting the outcomes of the 2016 Democratic presidential primaries. After covering the legal background and the history of Election Justice USA’s legal actions, our best efforts to combat election fraud and voter suppression, we gave a thorough treatment of:

    1) Targeted voter suppression

    2) Registration tampering

    3) Illegal voter purges

    4) Exit polling discrepancies

    5) Evidence for voting machine tampering

    6) The security (or lack thereof) of various voting machine types

    http://m.dailykos.com/story/2016/7/29/1554022/-Election-Justice-USA-Study-Finds-that-Without-Election-Fraud-Sanders-Would-Have-Won-by-Landslide

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  105. Yoda says:

    In an astonishingly savage tirade the country’s leader Viktor Orban described the EU elite as serial “failures” and openly goaded struggling western European nations, describing them as “stagnated and incapable of change”.

    The hardline Prime Minister called for a radical overhaul of the European project, decrying the growing loss of sovereignty to Brussels as a disaster and “one of the greatest threats in Europe today”.

    http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/694022/European-Union-Hungary-PM-Viktor-Orban-Angela-Merkel-ISIS-terrorism-migration

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  106. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    They have taken a hard line with immigrants for a while.

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  107. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Like!!! A thousand times LIKE!!!
    And, after that admission, may the judge read her her rights.

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  108. Moi says:

    Men are expected to not care, and to just be the plow horse that society expects them to be.

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  109. SFC Ton says:

    I love the lines and styling of older bikes but can recall trying to keep one running when I was you, dumb and broke.

    No thanks but I sure do love seeing them on the road or coming into my shop

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  110. Yoda says:

    Men are expected to not care, and to just be the plow horse that society expects them to be.

    True this is.
    Getting wise the horses are

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  111. Yoda says:

    Wonder if Hillary natural blonde she is I do.

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  112. Yoda says:

    Wonder if Moe knows what a blonde is I do

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  113. Yoda says:

    Walks like a Nazi it does

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  114. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I do NOT recommend using the method employed in the movie MASH.

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  115. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    Close. I think the Nazis did “goosesteps”.

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  116. It was a good day. I did not solve the world’s problems but I also did not add to them while also creating value for many people to enjoy. I am good w that! Cheers!

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  117. Spawny Get says:

    WankPuffin is caught in a philosophical mood, kicking an imaginary ball.

    Puffins are great. They fly, they walk, they swim on and below the water. And they’re six feet tall…well, maybe not.

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  118. Cill says:

    . I did not solve the world’s problems but I also did not add to them

    Me too. I didn’t have a perfect day but I made an already producing property more functional and productive. I didn’t solve the world’s problems but I had a good day. I had a beer with my dog Dog and he’s okay with it, and that’s good enough for me.

    (Didn’t someone here take issue with “enough”? Well, I like “enough” well enough. Enough already.)

    Fuck it, I’m feeling good.

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  119. Cill says:

    I had a chat with my mate Choicy. We both feel the urge to go wild. It’s a tide in the affairs of men. If I’m absent from the blog for a while it’s because I’m sailing over the Pacific. Or at this time of year I’m down to the mountains. I like living out in the Southern Alps in Winter with my knife and a tent and Dog.

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  120. Sumo says:

    I did not solve the world’s problems but I also did not add to them

    Don’t give a shit about the world’s problems, other than how they may affect me or mine. Don’t much give a shit about adding to them either, unless I do something that could bring harm to me or mine.

    What I did do today (or yesterday, since it’s after 3 in the morning here) is feed and entertain a crapload of people, and generate income for my friends’ restaurant. Which is a positive outcome for me and mine. 😉

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  121. Moehau Man says:

    Wonder if Moe knows what a blonde is I do

    “A blonde”, Mrs Moehau Man (my reflective old mum) intoned just then, “is a derivative bond”.

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  122. Cill says:

    WTF time of night are you doing awake in your neck of the woods Sumo you reprobate bastard.

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  123. Sumo says:

    I’m busy drinking, of course. Who the hell do you think you’re talking to?

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  124. Cill says:

    Why, the mighty Sumo of course.

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  125. Cill says:

    Who else would I distinguish with the epithet “bastard”?

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  126. Cill says:

    …apart from Choicy who is an Aussie bastard,

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  127. Sumo says:

    Given the number of life forms that are hostile to humans in Oz as opposed to Canuckistan, I shall concede that an Aussie “bastard” ranks higher. 😀

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  128. Cill says:

    Wise words bro. You are quite clearly in charge of your faculties. But FFS don’t you go practicing your shot whip tonight, bro. A friendly word from the been-there-done-that..

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  129. Cill says:

    Well I don’t know why I was expecting it tonight but it’s happening. Intruders in my cove, smashing broken glass in the water where Wee Meddy will swim.

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  130. Sumo says:

    Too late, already done that. The neighbors’ kids are setting off fireworks and yelling drunken shit, so I felt the urge to respond with some noise of my own.

    ‘Tis always a good time. Dumbass kids immediately start screaming about guns and trying to find cover. Yeah, I live in a fun neighborhood.

    The moral of this story is, drunken children are no match for a drunken Mighty Sumo.

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  131. Sumo says:

    Intruders in my cove, smashing broken glass in the water where Wee Meddy will swim.

    You have pigs, yeah? Or at least wild boar? Those things will take care of any “evidence” that you might leave behind. 😉

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  132. Cill says:

    I went down to the beach and said “boo!” (or maybe a trifle more than boo) and they fucked off in their boats. No free meal for the Boar tonight.

    City slickers thought they were tough until someone called their bluff.

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  133. Sumo says:

    City slickers thought they were tough until someone called their bluff.

    Wrong kind of city slickers. Any ungainly giant who pulled that shit on The Mighty Sumo would either have to fight for his life or crack open a brew with me after the appreciative laughter ceased.

    Not that I’m defending the assholes who would endanger wee Meddy; I’m just saying that not all city slickers are created equally.

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  134. SFC Ton says:

    I prefer gators to hogs.

    I reckon Dog is the easy to get along with sort? Cause in these parts we call trespassers “Hell Hound snacks”

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  135. Sumo says:

    I prefer gators

    As do I. I’ve never tasted dog, but I do know that I do not want that in my mouth.

    Which is oddly similar to something my last date said to me.

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  136. SFC Ton says:

    I liberated a dog farm when I was in Korea

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  137. Yoda says:

    But the delivery … oh, the delivery. It was doubleplusungood.

    I wasn’t expecting much else, really. Clinton is not a great public speaker. When she gets into the meat of the speech, she falls into a cadence so unvarying that it feels like she trains with a metronome — Da-DAH-Da-DAH-Da-DAH. Because of this, she often ends up stepping on what ought to be big lines. She also seems to have no control over her voice, which starts rising as soon as she starts talking politics or policy and remains in the rafters throughout the rest of the speech. The reflective pause, the soft power of understatement, the warm chuckle … all seem to be beyond her power. The nonverbals are awkward; turn off the sound, and it looks like 60 minutes of someone who was just told that her vacation flight to Hawaii is being rerouted to Smolensk.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2016-07-29/clinton-should-find-her-warmer-side-please-soon

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  138. Yoda says:

    Under the protection of the Glorious Patriarch he was,

    Shocking video shows Mukesh ignoring the cries of others as he drops into the moat and wades toward the cats as a lioness named Radhika runs to the edge of the water. “Please come to me my darling” he said, according to witnesses. A male lion, Krishna, joined Radhika as the two eyed the intruder, who, hand outstretched, came within feet of the lions.

    http://pix11.com/2016/05/23/drunk-zoo-visitor-leaps-into-lion-enclosure-to-shake-hands-with-big-cats/

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  139. Spawny Get says:

    In related news the Glorious Patriarch’s loyal cats have killed their third mole (that HGP self knows of), much stroking of pussies ensued. Glorious well trimmed velvety private area is unmarred by eruptions this year.

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  140. Choicy says:

    “Any ungainly giant who pulled that shit on The Mighty Sumo would either have to fight for his life or crack open a brew with me after the appreciative laughter ceased.”

    Believe me mate, I would quietly leave.

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  141. Spawny Get says:

    Femcunt of unusual magnitude fronts off
    http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/terrorist-attack-muslims-mentally-ill-japan-france-germany-men-its-toxic-masculinity-a7158156.html

    It’s not Muslims or people with mental health problems who are most likely to kill you in a terrorist attack – it’s men
    These men were not extremists existing outside of society; they are products of it. Toxic masculinity demands inequality

    This is the kind of count that the Scold’s Bridle was invented for. May she die in a fire, like they did with witches back in the good old days. Toxic cunt.

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  142. Yoda says:

    Dynamic Duo

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  143. Yoda says:

    Ms. Dunham nekkid for her convention speech she was?

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  144. Sumo says:

    Believe me mate, I would quietly leave.

    Well, neither one of us would be trespassing on or causing property damage to another man’s paradise; I just saw an opportunity to be simultaneously be a dick and throw out a “not all city folk” moment.

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  145. Spawny Get says:

    Isn’t it great to know who your friends are?

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  146. Yoda says:

    Wonder which more disturbing it is.
    Ms. Dunham or crotchfire it would be?

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  147. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Given all the admissions that Lena Dunham made in her book, it is hard to believe that she will appear in public and celebrities will seek her company. Switch the genders and no one would talk to her.
    Well, it is interesting to see see Chelsea Clinton endorsing a self admitted homosexual pedophile.

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  148. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    It was only a matter of time before feminists addressed terrorism. It’s the old fall back. All men are like that. How can editors publish stuff like that?

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  149. Yoda says:

    A new post there would be

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  150. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I just got through watching this. Well spent. TL, DR no one i government will care about men’s issues unless they have to worry about being unseated.

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  151. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Given a second thought, Mike Buchanan is very much right. These politicos aren’t going to move on men’s issues ever no matter how much reason and right there is behind them. The only thing that will motivate them is the possibility of losing their seat. Mike mention that it can be as thin as seven hundred fifty votes in the UK.

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  152. Spawny Get says:

    “Ms. Dunham nekkid for her convention speech she was?”

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