Red Pill Movie Review — Wonder Woman

Warning — Spoilers Ahead

This flick is quite an improvement for a DC comics movie.  It actually had characters that I cared about; ones that you hope succeed.

First of all, you have Wonder Woman.  She is easy on the eyes, has lots of close-ups to take advantage of this, and furthermore looks good in period clothing.  She doesn’t “mug” for the camera (think Ghostbusters), is not obnoxious (yugo girl type), and has a bit of spunk at somewhat appropriate times.  Seemingly, they calibrated her to actually be likable

The second main character is the current Captain Kirk, Chris Pine.  His character tries to do the right thing; going about his business in a non-preachy manner.  He understands the limitations of the world, adapting to them in the best way he sees how. This is the most likable character of the film

The main baddie turns out to be an Englishman pacifist leader in the mold of Neville Chamberlain.  In reality, he is the Greek god Aries, using pacifism in a cynical way to start and prolong wars.  The fact that he is the main baddie is the primary plot twist, as we (and Wonder Woman) are led to believe that German Quartermaster General Ludendorff is the main baddie.  As plot twists go, this one was kind of effective.

Naturally enough there are glaring plot holes.  Many are annoying.  Particularly egregious is the one when Chris Pine’s character feels compelled to pilot a bomber containing extra-bad mustard gas a few thousand feet into the air and a few miles away from the base before sacrificing himself by blowing it up.  Supposedly the extra bad mustard gas would be neutralized by the combustion of the bomber.  If this is so, why didn’t he just blow the bomber up on the ground?  With him a safe distance away?  Alas, Wonder woman needs someone to Pine for and take inspiration from.

The flick has continual specific digs at men and the evil Patriarchy.  Stuff like “secretaries are slaves”, “women should be able to vote”, “women should be allowed entry into the places where important decisions are made”, “men are not worthy of the awesome purity of women”, “women are oppressed because they feel compelled to wear girdles”, “WWI London sucks and is the product of men”, etc.

One annoying theme is that the pure Amazonians are compared to the greedy, untrusting,jealous, evil men that created WWI.  That reminds me of Hillary’s assertion that women suffer most in war.  Also, of the “white feather girls” who traipsed about shaming men into volunteering for military service by questioning their manhood. GirlWritesWhat comments on this in the video below

Another big theme was that “what matters is what you believe”.  This is downright silly.  Feminists and SJWs in general, believe all sorts of thing that do not mesh with reality.  We all pay a price for that.  Right now, we apparently can afford this.  Perhaps not in the future.

To sum up, here is a DC comics movie that doesn’t suck.  The messages that it is trying to drive home can be annoying, but still it works as a story.  Lastly, Wonder Woman looks good without being an “in your face feminist”.

Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Movie TV Review
105 comments on “Red Pill Movie Review — Wonder Woman
  1. Farm Boy says:

    The picture associated with the post is of the Mediterranean, which is where Wonder Woman supposedly came from


  2. SFC Ton says:

    I hve three questions about the movie

    How long does wonder woman spend nekkid? And is it full frontal nudity or that lame shit where you don’t see much? How much bullshit do I need to sit through before she gets nekkid?

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  3. Spawny Get says:

    Ton, I need you to brace yourself for some exceptionally bad news. None. Diddly. Zero & not to forget squat.

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  4. Spawny Get says:

    So, Farm Boy, you come out around the Stefan Mollynerx point of view?

    There seem to be various different views out there, I’ll go with you and him, I think.

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  5. Spawny Get says:

    Good reviews of this


  6. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    When Alamo Drafthouse promoted the women only screenings, that put enough of a bad taste in my mouth that I will wait and watch it for free. Even if the movie’s producers are not responsible for the actions of a theater chain, they need to get the message.

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  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It’s short. Too short.


  8. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Off topic. Rebel Media got “blacklisted” by a potential advertiser. The owner chooses to characterize it as discrimination to Jews, as he is, but most of his staff aren’t. I think that they don’t like his journalistic style. I guess they like CNN more.


  9. Stephanie says:

    She’s so gorgeous… I find it hilarious that these nutty feminists that generally despise women like her in real life are trying to claim her represent them somehow calling this film “feminist.”

    I mean she’s religious, supports Israel and is Jewish ❤ … there's a picture out there of her praying with her young daughter (and very seriously praying at that!) back in 2014 when so many rockets were being sent from Hamas at her country. That was a really hard time for me too… and all the anti-Semitism attacks that happened during that summer. 😦 It was bad.

    Liberal feminists usually don't get along well with women like this.

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  10. Farm Boy says:

    Liberal feminists usually don’t get along well with women like this.

    Well to be honest, they don’t get along with much of anybody

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  11. Yoda says:

    Wonder how big Wonder Woman’s boobs were I do


  12. Farm Boy says:

    Well, they were probably as big as they could be and still have her able swing a sword

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  13. Spawny Get says:

    Another programme review (from Druncle) Dear Wipipo

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  14. Spawny Get says:

    This is why it’s all going to burn. Because they’re working on making the accusation be the conviction. And if you know she’s destroying your life with a lie and you’re going to start the rest of your shit life in prison…you really think that some aren’t going to feel somewhat miffed about the whole thing? This is insane. And it’s happening in Canada.

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  15. Spawny Get says:

    Uploaded on 13 May 2010
    Things may get worse before they get better

    Seven years later, he right

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  16. Spawny Get says:

    Flabbot is gone (for now or forever?)

    And just to demonstrate the depth of the pool of talent from which Jezza can select a replacement…

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  17. Spawny Get says:

    Brace yerselves for bad news

    Nothing on BBC website . Sky has caught up

    “Shadow home secretary Diane Abbott has been temporarily replaced by Lyn Brown due to ill health, Labour has announced.”

    Notice the word temporary. In other words head down , in hiding and then back lecturing us afterwards.

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  18. Spawny Get says:

    The replacement is indefinite, it has emerged.

    And, on a more personal note, I can hear you laughing at our politicians, you know. 😦

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  19. Spawny Get says:


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  20. Spawny Get says:

    You couldn’t make this shit up if you tried

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  21. Spawny Get says:

    And…back to you

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  22. Spawny Get says:


  23. SFC Ton says:

    Didn’t know she was a Skype. No thanks to seeing her naked


  24. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    In response to the John the Other video, It is not just Canada. Legislation is being passed all over that would not stand up to the judicial review of a high school civics student. It is not going to end well and the justice system is going to have work hard for generations to recover the confidence of the people.

    That they would actually consider preventing the defense from presenting exculpatory evidence to appease the sensibilities of feminists tells me that government does not value men and has relegated them to subhuman status.

    Finally, it could be argued that extradition to Canada should be refused because a fair trial is not possible. That would be embarrassing.

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  25. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    That incident with the blind reporter and his guide dog goes straight to Lyn Brown’s character. Her political career should have ended then.

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  26. Spawny Get says:

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  27. Spawny Get says:

    Gal looks pretty good to me. Sadly she’s returned none of the calls that I never made

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  28. Spawny Get says:

    The death toll continues to rise

    That’s the body of a missing French guy, it seems. There’s still an Australian woman missing. She might also have been thrown off of the bridge into the Thames.

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  29. Spawny Get says:

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  30. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Great post at Julian O’Dea’s written by a woman about women who don’t identify as feminist.

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  31. Spawny Get says:

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  32. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,,
    Is this what happens when women are put on “short lists”? I was thinking that Labour was having a run of bad luck, but it is well beyond that.

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  33. Yoda says:

    Always on short lists I am

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  34. Spawny Get says:

    Yes, Fuzz, this is the product of a past in the public sector followed by a female only shortlist, or so I hear

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  35. Spawny Get says:

    So far pretty balanced

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  36. Yoda says:

    Ms. May kinda looks like Hyacinth Bucket’s neighbor lady she does

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  37. Yoda says:

    Is this what happens when women are put on “short lists”?

    Put on “wide list” Ms. Abbott was

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  38. Yoda says:

    A nursery worker was left with broken ribs after she was kicked to the ground and slashed with a Stanley knife by three women chanting ‘Allah will get you’.

    The victim, named as Katie, was walking down Wanstead High Street, in north-east London, when she was set upon and knifed, according to her boss.

    She was attacked from behind and then stabbed in the arm

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  39. Yoda says:

    My female Muslim patients who had grown up in Britain told me that the school inspectors had never intervened when their parents prevented them from attending school, often for years. On the other hand, white working-class parents were bullied by those inspectors when their refractory 15-year-old daughters refused to go. A few years ago it came to light that police in Rotherham had for decades systematically turned a blind eye to the mass sexual abuse of children—at least 1,400 victims—by Muslim men. This type of willful neglect by the authorities came as no surprise to me. On the contrary, it is precisely what I would have expected.

    From all this the terrorists surely draw a great deal of comfort. It gives them the impression of living in a weak society that will be easy to destroy, so that their acts are not in the least nihilistic or pointless, as is often claimed. They perceive ours as a candle-and-teddy-bear society (albeit mysteriously endowed with technological prowess): We kill, you light candles. The other day I passed a teddy-bear shop, that is to say a shop that sold nothing but teddy bears. I am sure that terrorism is good for business, but the teddy bears are more reassuring for the terrorists than for those who buy them to place on the site of the latest outrage.

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  40. Yoda says:

    As a result, they often massage coverage to find relevance as makers, not mere deliverers, of news. Like many academics, writers, and intellectuals of our bicoastal elite landscapes, they are naturally self-described idealists and left-of-center both politically and culturally.

    Yet Donald Trump’s election as president has redefined the American media by stripping nearly all pretenses off its once carefully sculpted disinterested veneer. In other words, never before in American presidential history—not even during the dark days of Watergate—have the media so despised a sitting president.

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  41. Spawny Get says:


  42. Spawny Get says:

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  43. Spawny Get says:

    “F*k* you, I’m Millwall”

    On Saturday night in Borough Market, when the three knife-wielding jihadists stormed in to the Black & Blue restaurant, they found themselves confronting a 47-year-old football fan. “F**k you,” said Roy Larner. “I’m Millwall” – a footie club with supporters of surpassing ferocity. He held the Soldiers of Allah at bay with nothing but his fists, enabling other diners to escape, and is now recovering in hospital with stab wounds to his arms, head and chest.

    “F*k* you, I’m Millwall” turned out to be the “Let’s roll!” of the night. If you’re having trouble keeping your London rail termini straight, the Battle of Waterloo was won on the playing fields of Eton; the Battle of London Bridge was won on the playing fields of Millwall. Mr Larner seems disinclined to get used to it – and “F**k you, I’m Millwall” is a more encouraging sign of a societal survival instinct than “one love”.

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  44. Spawny Get says:

    This is how Kipling starts

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  45. Spawny Get says:

    Here we go


  46. Spawny Get says:

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  47. Spawny Get says:

    Gentlemen, start your engines

    ‘France FINISHED’: ISIS vows wave of ‘car bombs and truck rushes’ if THESE demands not met
    ISIS has delivered Paris a terrifying final ultimatum – warning to follow a list of demands in seven days or face a “bloodbath” leading to its total “destruction”

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  48. Mgtowhorseman says:

    Another former carousel rider lamenting no male attention at fifty.


    Best comment : women say they want equality, they get it….hard.

    Mgtow is lowering this invisibility age to 35…no 30….um 25 and not fat…um 29 not fat, not a bitch…
    Ok we see women like women see a 20 year old honour student, or the oil dipstick or the fuse box.
    I.e. Oh? Thats what thats for….


    P.s. Mrs went out with her newly seperated fabulous forties friends. Came home, hugged me and whimpered…dont ever leave.

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  49. Mgtowhorseman says:

    So the Shi’ites and the Sunni are having it out.

    Watch for spillover in all the welcome immigrant countries. (Spawny et all.)

    Its gonna be a rough summer.

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  50. Spawny Get says:


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  51. Yoda says:

    Mrs went out with her newly seperated fabulous forties friends. Came home, hugged me and whimpered…dont ever leave.

    Write a guest post about this one should

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  52. Yoda says:

    Evergreen State College erupted in protest two weeks ago when a biology professor Bret Weinstein spoke out against a social justice event that coerced white students and faculty to leave campus.

    Since then, the Olympia, Washington, campus has devolved into chaos, while the school administration cowers and capitulates to student mob rule.

    Things are getting so bad that the school is having issues with a group of bat-wielding vigilantes seeking to “community police” the campus. The school was shut down Monday because of acts of vandalism and window smashing the previous night.

    On Sunday, an official at Evergreen sent a letter (obtained by College Fix) to students, urging them not to carry bats while they roam the campus.

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  53. Yoda says:

    A journalist this is?

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  54. Spawny Get says:

    This time tomorrow, loads of moments like this from the BREXIT referendum


  55. Spawny Get says:

    She’s worse than the intended parody accounts. Completely Menschal.


  56. Farm Boy says:

    If you’re looking for what’s behind the killing and wounding of all those people in London last Saturday night, why it was able to happen in one of the most modern and powerful cities in the West, the cradle of many of the founding principles of the free world, I can tell you the depressing answer — Islamophobia.

    Or, to be more precise, Islamophobiaphobia — fear of being called an Islamophobe.

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  57. SFC Ton says:

    She hasn’t returned your calls? Has she seen the majestic awesomeness of your mane?

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  58. Farm Boy says:

    That is a good question. Who could resist the “oh so patriarchal” mane?

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  59. Farm Boy says:

    Hopefully the Glorious Patriarch did not put in a call with Chelsea.

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  60. Farm Boy says:

    Today is the big day in the UK. I wonder what it will bring…

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  61. Farm Boy says:

    Naturally enough there are glaring plot holes.

    Is it possible to make a movie without these?

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  62. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Mrs went out with her newly separated fabulous forties friends. Came home, hugged me and whimpered…don’t ever leave.”
    With that and your earlier link, I think we’re going to start hearing from women over fifty and what they have to say will not be pleasant. If they had treated the boys a little more kindly when they were younger, the boys might look upon them more kindly today.

    Spawny Get,
    Do you think it may come down to a knock down drag out war between Sunni and Shiite Muslims?
    As for the French, they may have cause to regret their elections choices so soon after the election. If Marine were in charge, the fleet would already be out of Toulon on its way to the Eastern Med.
    A lot of references are being made to Churchill. He wasn’t the only one who could give a good speech.

    I like this because it is brief and direct. Cordell Hull, the Secretary of State, wanted him to list all the reasons for the break. That would have made it unnecessarily long.

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  63. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda at 11:09pm,
    For Louise Mensch to say that and be credible, she would have to have advance knowledge of something not mentioned in the Constitution.

    As for the bat wielding vigilantes, I feel sorry for the bats. Let them go back to their belfries.

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  64. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Do you think that, after the election, Jeremy could do a guest appearance on Sesame Street? He’s be great with Oscar the Grouch.

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  65. Spawny Get says:

    Uncle Stalin Corbyn with that mental eye would be too scary for da kidz. He’d scare me if he got into power, but he won’t.

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  66. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have confidence that the Muppets can keep him under control. It really is a fun idea.

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  67. Spawny Get says:

    The polls have been playing deliberate games (IMHO) to make it seem close. But last night they had their reputations to consider, they want the next job. All the polls show a decent Tory lead, they reckon a tory majority of 60+ (in a house of 650 seats). She could get one double that without surprising me.

    I think that few like her much after her crap campaign so they haven’t been broadcasting that they’re going to vote for her without enthusiasm. The initial campaign of The May Team & Party died through the utterly inept manifesto of hers (and pretty much only hers). She ain’t no Tory, bruv. And it really shows to anyone that pays attention.

    UKIP isn’t standing against Brexiteer tories, so if you’re in such a seat you have no options beyond abstain, deface or tory. I know people for each of those responses to the dilemma. May has pissed off a lot of people that were supposed to abandon UKIP and vote Tory this time.

    And many look at Jezza and want nothing to do with his lunacy and track record. None of his team have been taking questions on tv lately, just some peripheral spokesmongs that can’t answer the question but don’t fold when questioned. The actual ministers on offer have been liabilities under questioning. Flabbot is merely the most public example.

    LimpDems look doomed due to their utter uselessness but also far more than tiresome obsession with brexit and a second referendum. Polls reckon only 22% don’t just want to get on with BREXIT. I want a diamond embedded, tungsten carbide tipped, pneumatically driven turbo-BREXIT. Or ‘BREXIT’ in other words. It seems that we brexiteers won the argument and the world didn’t collapse (yet). So they’re fishing for votes in 22% that know that the show has moved on…so why vote loon?

    UKIP’s vote will collapse, but as I said, they stood down in many, many seats. Even the thickest, wettest of tories must know they’ve only been lent votes this time round. Next time? Best get brexit done good, or else.

    And the rain just started pouring down here. That usually reduces the votes of the lazy left and yoof voters. Bad news for the left.

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  68. Yoda says:

    I have confidence that the Muppets can keep him under control. It really is a fun idea.

    Some muppets trained to keep order in the Galaxy they are

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  69. Spawny Get says:


    And Saturday (prolly won’t sleep tonight) I can get on with stuff IRL again.

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  70. Spawny Get says:

    “She hasn’t returned your calls? Has she seen the majestic awesomeness of your mane?”

    I know, right.

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  71. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    May you at least sleep well tonight, Spawny. I don’t think this election will hold any surprises and the results will be in early. I just hope that a few of these bad actors have to find something else to do.

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  72. Farm Boy says:

    Someone should inform the Shakespeare-in-the-Park thespians who are stabbing a Trump-a-like to death in their “modern dress” Julius Caesar that they’ve chosen the wrong play. What they should be performing is the Bard’s Much Ado About Nothing, a far more accurate vision of contemporary Washington — except, of course, for the comedy’s romantic ending. Nobody’s falling in love with anybody in D.C. these days, but they certainly are wasting time.

    That became clearer than ever even before James Comey’s said-to-be-historic testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee Thursday. The former FBI director’s published statement harrumphed for seven pages, but essentially exonerated Trump of collusion with Russia, supposedly the “smoking gun” of the whole enterprise in the first place. Comey acknowledged that indeed he had told the president thrice — to again channel Shakesepeare, in this case MacBeth — that POTUS was not under investigation. It was all about General Flynn, doncha know, and how Trump had tried to get the director to go easy on the fired NSA because Flynn was a “good guy.” In other words, Donald was being loyal to a former employee, as he probably would do in business, as many of us would do, actually, and Comey realized it. Nothing happened.

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  73. Farm Boy says:

    Naturally enough, women complained

    The sign said: “When you wear little to no clothing and dress provocatively because it’s ‘too hot out’ or because you think it’s ‘attractive’ you are putting boys at risk of having a distracting working environment and saying ‘Your clothing is more important than their education.’

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  74. Yoda says:

    Wonder how British election going it is I do

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  75. molly says:

    Pop guns YO!

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  76. molly says:

    Jerry is in the middle, eh.
    Jerry’s shoulders jut like Justins!

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  77. molly says:

    Diane’s face was flushed but her broad shoulders saved her *(heh)
    Broader than Jerry’s or Justins anyhow! 😛

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  78. molly says:

    Jerry one eye closed.. aiming his cork!

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  79. molly says:

    Jerry will pop off

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  80. molly says:

    7:29 a.m.
    Off to work on my bike


    Nope I’m a homemaker now making meals and sandwiches for my man. I look forward to him coming home all day eh.

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  81. molly says:

    Shopping to do, household accounts..
    Must go.

    For Spawny Space elections celebration..


  82. Spawny Get says:

    Strap in

    43 minutes till the exit polls can be released legally

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  83. molly says:


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  84. Spawny Get says:

    What he says (about tonight)

    Eraser of Love
    22 minutes ago
    I have very few remaining pleasures in life..the senses have been dulled and nerve endings frayed due to the wilderness years in the Harsh unforgiving dojo of the square Mile ..The Mrs reckons she’s got another 4 or 5 years with me until my fucked lungs, heart or kidneys pack in on me, Or possibly a stroke that wont quite kill me off yet leaves me in constant Pain incapacitated and mute..Then its off to the slum old peoples home where i’ll sit in my own filth talking to myself and still thinking its England in 1990.

    However, Before all that caper, The Iron Duke of north chingford intends to soak in wave after wave of blinding white uncut schadenfreude as labour are cast unto the void for another 5 years

    My boldy

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  85. Spawny Get says:

    New GE post, you’re welcome to ignore or shitpost it

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  86. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly! Burri8to, burrito, burrito.

    Farm Boy,
    Girls at any age do not want to be held to dress codes. And, yes, their license is more important than the education of mere boys.


  87. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Do you make burritos for your husband?


  88. molly says:

    Fuzzie my comment at 8:56 pm was all food for yall.. yet it “is awaiting moderation.” 😦

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  89. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I just figured out that your husband is saving you from being tempted to launch another ice cream cone. 🙂

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  90. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    In advance of receipt, allow me to thank you for the food.


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