She Can’t Help It

Over at Dalrock’s here and here, he discusses women who go from man to man, never staying long.  Perhaps it is her choices, perhaps perhaps it is his faults, or perhaps it is just a habit.  Young women can become acclimated to moving from guy to guy from their mid-teens onward.  It is what everybody is doing.  It adds spice to their life.  After many years of doing this, the thought of anything different just doesn’t seem right.

Of course, in years past, the expectation from the get-go was that one was looking for a good match, with poor matches resulting in breakups, upon which an improved match was sought.  There was no thought of this process becoming a habit; furthermore, there was no time for it to become a habit.

Probably many of the women with this habit don’t really realize it.  Even as they have their present fella, she is eyeing the next; laying the groundwork in order to be ready to jump at the appropriate time.  So, everybody out there, where does this lead?


Addendum by Red Pill Girl

It will end up with her being a barfly who nobody wants to take home anymore!

But seriously, I know women in this mode and its true, it’s like a bad habit they just can’t stop the musical chairs mentality. The older they get, the more precarious their situation gets. It’s not a good life plan (not that they consciously realize its a plan at all, or their role in it.)

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116 comments on “She Can’t Help It
  1. Yoda says:

    Habits strong they can be.
    Why we recruit Padawans young this is

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  2. Yoda says:

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  3. Yoda says:

    Star Wars day this is

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  4. Yoda says:

    Lots of people care if they develop good habits not.
    Silly this is

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  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It is odd how a girl can breakup one week and have a new boyfriend the next. Adept at this they are. I think Farm Boy’s theory id right. It gets to be a habit. It ends when they run out of men or the men don’t want to play any more. Let’s face it. This game is not so satisfying to men.

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  6. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    i doubt what day of the week it was would matter to pandas. I don’t think they even go to church on Sundays. But, if they do, I hope someone takes video of it and posts it to YouTube. 🙂

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  7. Spawny Get says:

    Meanwhile, in medical news

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  8. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    What explanation is left? 🙂

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  9. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Oh, and I almost forgot,
    May the Fourth be with you!

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  10. Spawny Get says:

    Just waiting for this to be all over the French media

    Any second now…any second

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  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    What were all those words that Inspector Dreyfuss had for Inspector Clouseau?

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  12. Yoda says:

    Even though green hand he has,
    Like him not I do

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  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Do you think it may have something to do with Hillary calling us “deplorable” and we saw it as an honor?

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  14. Spawny Get says:

    Morpheus (who has just accepted an invite to write here) commented on the previous post

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  15. Spawny Get says:

    We got all the creativity

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  16. Yoda says:

    A prime example is below. A post on the University of Oregon’s Men’s Center’s Facebook page argues that white men cannot be the victims of racism or sexism:

    In order for any group of people to be oppressed they first need to be dehumanized. Humans have over and over again been documented to care deeply about other humans. Even putting themselves in grave danger to rescue strangers from extremely dangerous situations. We have evolved to want to help each other. So then, for one group of people to dominate and control another, there first need to be dehumanization.
    That’s a large driving force behind sexism, racism, and all other forms of systemic oppression. Black and brown people are easier to exploit, harass, oppress, and destroy once they are dehumanized. We see this evidenced in our prison industrial complexes, we see this in wealth inequality, and we see this is police brutality. Black and brown people have been so dehumanized that our society has accepted their destruction. The system that allows and maintains this is called white supremacy.

    This isn’t just with race. We see this happen in regards to gender. Most visceral is the gender pay gap. Which will often be denied by some saying that women simply do not work as hard so therefore they earn less money. Of course this is not only extremely sexist, this is factually inaccurate. This has been proven and documented many times, yet still is a sustained rhetoric that lives to justify the continual domination of women.

    We see these power structures created and maintained across all identities: sexuality, ability, class, gender, gender identity, race and religious.

    Reverse oppression cannot exist because of the structured power dynamics. Oppression is a socio-political power structure that exploits marginalized people and benefits dominant people. So then sexism against men does not happen, because men are in power. Racism against white people does NOT happen because white people are in power.

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  17. It will end up with her being a barfly who nobody wants to take home anymore!

    But seriously, I know women in this mode and its true, it’s like a bad habit they just can’t stop the musical chairs mentality. The older they get, the more precarious their situation gets. It’s not a good life plan (not that they consciously realize its a plan at all, or their role in it.)

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  18. I want that peps costume! Lol

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  19. Spawny Get says:

    Something of a comedy that turns dark revenge thriller-comedy

    Proper Welsh film, proper dark ending.

    A hard look at Swansea life through so many different characters who you forget who is who after the first half hour but what a bunch of characters they are. Most of them actually put Wales to shame but with a funny twist of humour and violence. This came hot on the heels of Trainspotting and had a lot to look up to but I think this just as good as Trainspotting. It starts off well enough and keeps going throughout without it letting up for a second till the end credits. Even though there are some ruthless people in this you can’t help but fall in love with them especially Terry played by Dougrary Scoot who is just so comic as a hard cop bully who thinks he is the man but is actually very accident prone at most times and that’s what makes him great amongst other roles.

    This is a so much happening here and we should look at this for what it is which is a feel good film that starts you off straight away and doesn’t let you stop till the end credits.


  20. Spawny Get says:

    An English fillum that you might not have seen

    one of the best British films of the last decade!
    11 October 2004 | by Nik Nak (Manchester) – See all my reviews
    I was starting to give up on British films. They all seem to be too considered, too focus grouped, too controlled by the marketing mafia. So it was so very refreshing to see a movie that has the inspired spontaneity so common in Japanese cinema, but with a very British story. Shane Meadows uses characters from his own past as source material, and co-writer Paddy Considine (Richard) based part of the story on family history, so we have a film that has authentic characters and authentic, semi-improvised dialogue. The revenge thriller format has never seemed more sophisticated. Richard’s calculated derangement is balanced by the thuggish banality displayed by his targets, whose crimes initially seem more like misdemeanors until the last act. This movie is well paced, laugh out loud funny, and darkly menacing as it proceeds inexorably to its grim conclusion. If only more British films were like this, we might even have a film industry. It shows that the only way to make good films in the UK is to do it behind the studio’s backs!


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  22. Spawny Get says:

    How long after complaining about unproven Russian interference was that? It won’t be a World record in speed of hypocrisy, but maybe a more regional one?

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  23. Spawny Get says:

    A fun read
    Here’s a sample (Seamus Milne is real, he’s reputed to be a right little b’stard)

    ‘Jeremy, seriously now,’ snapped Seumas Milne. ‘It’s time to put that away.’

    He was pacing feverishly back and forth behind the Labour leader’s vast oak desk, the knuckles of his left hand clenched anxiously between his teeth.

    Jeremy Corbyn paid him no heed and continued the course of action he had embarked upon some two hours previously – thumping the desk in front of him with the grim determination of a galley slave drum beater.

    He was leaning forward in his wheelchair, staring intently at the scenes unfolding on the desk in front of him.

    Milne stopped dead and raked an exasperated hand through his sweat-drenched hair. He leaned over the desk and pulled a gaudy plastic board out of the reach of the Labour leader’s skeletal hand.

    The old man dealt the empty desk in front of him a few more feeble blows before staring up at Milne with tears in his eyes.

    ‘But Seumas,’ he said, his reedy voice trembling slightly. ‘The yellow hippo is still hungry.’

    Milne pursed his lips as he hastily packed the game back into its box.

    ‘It can’t possibly still be hungry, Jeremy,’ he hissed, tetchily. ‘You’ve been feeding those blasted hippos all morning.’

    ‘But the green, pink and red ones all got six balls each,’ wailed Corbyn, an unhinged tone creeping into his voice. ‘The yellow one only got two. I want them all to be equal, Seumas. That’s the whole point of it.’

    He began rocking backwards and forwards in his wheelchair, his eyes bulging and his claw-like hands gripping the worn arm rests like bony vices.

    ‘We’ll redistribute the balls equally later after you’ve had your tray, Jeremy,’ muttered Milne, slinging the battered box into a desk drawer. ‘I told you yesterday that Hungry Hungry Hippos had to go away at eleven. It’s a quarter past now.’

    ‘But I want to put things right this very minute, Seumas,’ screeched Corbyn. ‘Don’t you see? I’m playing right into Thatcher’s hands if I leave it that way.’

    Milne slumped down in the battered leather chair behind the desk and buried his clammy face in his palms.

    He contemplated bringing the game back out and, for a quiet life, redistributing the balls equally. But he knew from bitter experience where that course of action would lead him. Within fifteen minutes, he would be counting out the money from the Monopoly box into four equal piles beside the hippos. In the background, Jeremy would be presiding over the show trials of the top hat and the boot.

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  24. Spawny Get says:

    Westmonster is Arron Banks’ blog (he of the Trump elevator photo fame)

    Old Git • 8 minutes ago
    From Westmonster……………….
    The government have been drawing up a ‘nuclear option’ which would see Britain immediately end budget contributions, should Brexit negotiations break down.

    The plan would be disastrous for the EU’s spending plans, given the
    fact that the UK is the second biggest contributor to the pot, and would
    see the bloc losing hundreds of millions every week.

    A source told The Sun: “Ceasing our contributions is not a threat No. 10 want to make yet, but it has certainly been discussed”.

    Should have done this last bloody June.

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  25. Spawny Get says:

    Good sense of humour, they have

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  26. Spawny Get says:

    An old clip of Bill Nye’s has gone down the memory hole

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  27. Yoda says:

    Very wee lips the lassie has

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  28. Spawny Get says:

    Nazis everywhere

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  30. Leiff says:

    White people (but especially men) can only be perpetrators and never victims, huh? And we racists by birth, correct? Might as well be hanged for a sheep as a lamb.

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  31. Spawny Get says:

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  32. Yoda says:

    Chromosomes fell out of favor they did.
    To Siberia they go

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  33. SFC Ton says:

    Not sure anyone is surprised Obama considered butthole surfing

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  34. SFC Ton says:

    Yes us White folk are horrible racists and down right deplorable

    All the brown skin people whsould flee White nations and our horrid racism

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  35. Spawny Get says:

    And so the glorious destruction of Labour begins (in the local elections)

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  36. Spawny Get says:

    Ton, we are horrible, horrible people.

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  37. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Not to the end of the comments yet, but wanted to share this. This is the definition of “outrage” in medieval law. A protected class able to commit rape at will. Where are the feminists?

    Spawny Get,
    About “Scary”, I think that both would be happy to get a corndog.

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  38. Spawny Get says:

    Relax everyone

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  39. Spawny Get says:

    This is how you deal with the Quisling Press

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  40. Choicy says:

    Struth Spawny that joker looks like Chemical Ali mate.

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  41. Spawny Get says:

    Let’s join in with the Labour sing along

    Off to sleep with a big smile on my lips.

    Comical Ali got his act from copying the hard lefties in Labour, Choicy.

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  42. Choicy says:

    If we’re so bad we should do a good deed for once and send all those other races who live among us back to countries where they can live among nice non white people mate.

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  43. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    What will the rest of us do if the chromosomes are banished to Siberia?


  44. Cill says:

    “Justice for Chelsea”

    Fuzzy I didn’t hear them give her surname so people can research it. She’s Chelsea Wright.

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  45. Cill says:

    For Spawny when he wakes up :

    What you would do if you saw Jerry at your door, mate –>

    (Don’t know why I think he looks like a Jesuit but he bloody well does and I won’t be persuaded to the contrary)

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  46. Cill says:

    I wonder if Jerry has got a priest hole?


  47. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Thanks. I hadn’t thought of that.

    I thought of Chemical Ali too.


  48. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    According to Stefan Molyneaux, Emmanuel Macron has done as much as Hillary did when she labelled her opponents as “deplorable”.

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  49. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    A hat tip to Chateau Heartiste for finding this little gem of information.
    The tl:dr version is that Tinder and have suffered depressed numbers as a result of the Trump election. Numbers from other countries were unaffected.

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  50. Spawny Get says:

    ‘Chelsey’ not Chelsea (the correct spelling for the place)


  51. SFC Ton says:

    And The Ton the most horrible of all

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  52. Yoda says:

    Model, Chrissy Teigen had a meltdown, claiming that President Trump and his administration are giving her ‘crippling anxiety’. She demanded POTUS pay for her Botox and medication.

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  53. Yoda says:

    Wants men to do it she does

    Yoshida took to her Twitter account pleading with men in New York City to protest President Trump’s arrival in The City tonight. She instructed men to ‘form a perimeter around Trump Tower at 6 PM and start peeing’.

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  54. Spawny Get says:

    I think that this is highly plausible stuff from the money man that stood with Farage in front of Trump’s elevator

    From Aaron Banks:

    “Dear Supporter,
    Make no mistake, this is the Brexit General Election.

    Over the course of the next four weeks, the battle lines forged by the EU referendum will be central to the campaign. No other issue has a chance of distracting the electorate.

    The Tories will win a huge majority as the only option the public can vote for, with a leadership that outwardly supports Brexit, in a position to form a stable Government.

    With the Remain side building cross-party alliances to create some sort of opposition, UKIP has a clear role to play in reinforcing the Leave representation in Parliament.

    I encouraged Paul to launch a ‘Country before Party’ campaign whereby UKIP would only put up candidates against Remain voting MPs, while not standing against MPs that had the courage to support Brexit.

    I hope UKIP voters will support them at this election whichever party they come from.

    Such a selfless act for the benefit of the nation would have been guaranteed to reward UKIP in the longer term.

    This isn’t really a normal general election. It is a second referendum on Brexit.

    Instead, the UKIP leadership launched the campaign with a press conference on the Muslim issues facing this country.

    Make no mistake there is a major Islamic problem in the UK which needs to be addressed but this election is all about delivering Brexit and the most effective way to achieve that.

    Within a day of announcing their new policy, UKIP’s poll rating dropped from 11 to 6 percent as Tory-leaning UKIP voters rightly concluded this is about delivering Brexit and the other issues just don’t matter in this election.

    Today’s local election results show that.

    If we use the analogy of UKIP as a racing car, Nigel was a skilled driver who drove the car around the track faster and faster, knowing when to take risks, delighting the audience.

    The current leadership has crashed the car, at the first bend of the race, into the crowd, killing the driver and spectators.

    As one of the Leave.EU team said to me: a strategic bullet to the back of the head.

    It’s a sorry state of affairs.

    I said in an interview with Lucy Fisher of The Times at the beginning of the referendum campaign that this would completely re-draw the boundaries of UK politics and some unexpected things would occur along the way.

    I wasn’t wrong.

    Under Nigel’s leadership UKIP won a national vote at the 2014 EU Parliament elections before forcing the Tories into adopting an EU referendum as a manifesto pledge, enabling it to win a majority for the first time in decades.

    The referendum result destroyed Cameron’s political career and now seems to be leading to the destruction of the Labour Party as an electoral force, in a slow painful car crash.

    Arguably, UKIP under Nigel was the most successful political party ever. He can say he destroyed Cameron, Osborne, Corbyn, Clegg and the Labour Party.

    He re-drew the political map of the country in his image. No other politician in the last 50 years could claim that.

    He was so successful that Mrs May has positioned herself as a champion of Brexit, the downtrodden JAMs, grammar schools, and controlled immigration. It turns out these policies were wildly popular after all. Take another bow Nigel!

    The referendum has changed the face of British politics for a generation.

    Nigel is increasingly viewed as a pivotal figure in getting Donald Trump to the White House. UKIP’s strong anti-establishment line was perfectly suited to an American workforce sick to death of being sold out by the elites. Nigel and UKIP showed them how to articulate that message.

    His message; that if the little people, the decent people stood together, we can achieve anything, resonated with the public.

    In this Brexit election, voters should use their power wisely and vote for the most viable candidate in the election. UKIP under the current leadership, without positive radical policies, is finished as an electoral force.

    Across the channel, the French Presidential election has redrawn the political map with none of the major parties in the run off vote.

    The election will determine if France fights back or continues the path of decline.

    I suspect Macron will narrowly win and continue the mass immigration policies that have been so damaging. The French will have to suffer for longer.

    Finally, the Conservatives will win a massive majority and we will see if they actually follow through on the Brexit promises or not. History suggests fine words but no action.

    Unless the Tories get immigration under control their support will come under pressure.

    We have been working hard on the new movement with radical policies and direct democracy.

    It will launch in the autumn after the General Election, once the electoral map has been redrawn.

    Watch this space!

    Kind regards,
    Arron Banks
    Co-founder of Leave.EU”

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  55. Spawny Get says:

    How’s it going for the good ship vehicle labour you ask?

    Fine, fine, all on course for victory next month

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  56. Spawny Get says:

    Meanwhile, nobody has seen the limpdumb ‘leader’, he won’t come out and face the music


  57. Spawny Get says:

    Not done counting yet

    UKIP being wiped out as people throw in behind May (for now at least)
    Labour catastrophe due to Corbyn
    LimpDumbs slump due to their reeeeeeeeeeemainiac fuckwittery

    SNP results are slow to arrive due to not starting the count till this morning.

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  58. Spawny Get says:


    That’s a Welsh labour sheep there

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  59. Spawny Get says:

    What comes of feminising boys?

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  60. Spawny Get says:

    I may have been remiss when notifying you of the next-gen laba leader candidates. Have I mentioned Lisa Nandy to you? She’s another beauty. In the following clip she displays her feminine desire that we be nice to people, especially our enemies, in the clear expectation that they’ll be nice back. She also shows her intelligence (stop sniggering at the back). She is how Sweden happens. You put weak, thick, delusional women who are deaf to reality and incapable of admitting error in charge

    Clip also displays what Maggie-confidante Michael Portillo reckons about the BREXIT negotiations; that the FU may have already blown it. The guy sitting opposite them is from the FT / Financial Times, the choice of broadsheet for the discerning quisling. Which Michael points out. And boy does that appear to sting. FT is The Daily Remainer bwahaha

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  61. Cill says:


    A worthy word, good sir. A novel, solid, abstract noun right there.

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  62. Farm Boy says:

    Documents leaked online today appear to show that French Presidential Candidate Emmanuel Macron entered into an operating agreement for a Limited Liability Company (LLC) in the Caribbean island of Nevis, and that the company may have had a business relationship with a bank which has been previously involved in tax evasion cases in the Cayman Islands. Macron claimed he was not concealing assets or holding secret offshore accounts less than a month ago.

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  63. Farm Boy says:

    A new biography about Barack Obama explores how young Barry proposed to his live-in, white girlfriend but dumped her when he figured an interracial marriage would be a liability to his political career – and so . . . Michelle


  64. Spawny Get says:

    Tories did well in Wales

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  66. Spawny Get says:

    9GB of banking in places allegedly linked to tax dodging

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  67. Yoda says:

    Hacked he might be.
    But hiding money to avoid taxes garners sympathy not

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  68. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I don’t know what could be worse for Emanuel Macron, Obama’s endorsement or questionable bank dealings?As for the bank dealings, he can’t plead ignorance, he was Minister of the Economy.

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  69. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    It was good to hear from Liz today.

    Farm Boy,
    You wouldn’t happen to have a few cat pictures you have been holding back, would you?

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  70. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    While it is off topic, after reading this, I felt a deep sense of outrage. These women should be in prison for a long time , but they are getting slaps on the wrist for who knows how many unjust incarcerations?
    It’s not just one. That post list more towards the bottom.

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  71. Yoda says:

    Pecking order this will be?

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  73. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I will never set foot in an all white house. Mutti Merkel won’t let sit on the furniture?


  74. Spawny Get says:

    What the hell, you’ve been good and you deserve a treat
    Eraser of Love

    Eraser of Love • 2 minutes ago
    Watching Nicola Sturgeon this morning i was reminded of an old Pal of mine From a bespoke Traditional chalk stripe non marine Reinsurance Brokers of Gracechurch street.

    He was bending my ear in the east india arms about the pain amplification he suffered to his core stomach muscles and upper case deltoids being metronomically pummelled with cruel perfection as he lay spatchocked on one of those inflatable exercise balls. His Valkyrie tormenter rasped violent obscenities into his ear during the ordeal but were rendered ‘as sweet and tender as a mothers lullaby to her infant’ via his use of 2 g’s of petrol washed Flake and Stella Artois ..Having listened to Nicola sturgeon this morning utilise the word ‘Progressive’ 7 times in 1 minute 44 seconds, i can now at last fully understand the Hellraiser style torment he was in..but obviously without the shuntering prolonged orgasam.

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  75. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    He does have a talent for graphic imagery.

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  76. Spawny Get says:

    Indeedy, though he says those chemically enhanced days are behind him

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  77. Spawny Get says:

    The Labour Party autopsy of the catastrophic local election results commences


  78. Spawny Get says:

    If you’re not laughing, you didn’t read it properly. The Conservatives are complaining that the BBC isn’t putting the Labour leader on TV enough…that HAS to hurt

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  79. Spawny Get says:

    Ex-BBC guy calls anyone voting tory a racist

    after local elections highly notable for laba-all-life-and-me-parents-and-grandparents proles voting Tory.

    This is what the hard left thing of anybody not in lock (goose) step with them.

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  80. Spawny Get says:

    A response to Molinerx’ latest

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  81. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post


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  99. Spawny Get says:

    Ta Da

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  100. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Presuming that it cannot be anything other than embarrassing, I am pleased. In their pride, they do dig holes for themselves.


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