Young Sheilas — Be Of Low Maintenance

Scott posted this about women’s maintenance levels, whereupon Stephanie responded, giving her take on how high maintenance manifests itself

He’s lucky he hasn’t seen what ‘high maintenance” really is I guess. I grew up in a very rich area, where the moms of my friends had total body plastic surgeries after they had kids… something called “the Mommy Makeover” that included a tummy tuck, liposuction, and a boob job. They believed they **deserved** anything they wanted at their husbands’ expense. It’s a attitude usually coupled with over-spending – being high maintenance – not just hair dye like he tries to say. A few tried to convince my mom to get the Mommy Makeover plastic surgeries and told her “it ONLY costs $$$… I mean it’s the LEAST he could do for you after you’ve had his children!!”

Some of the women I see married to my husband’s friends are high maintenance and it’s more than what Scott is saying. It’s a desire to want designer purses and make your husband feel like he has to work extreme over-time to afford them. One wife I know bragged last Christmas about her 1,000 purse that her husband had to work lots of overtime for. They have 4 young boys. Those boys didn’t get to see or spend time with their dad because he felt like he had to provide her that kind of purse. That’s high maintenance, and it’s not fun for anyone in the family. Ditto on their cars and houses, makeup and clothes. They always have to have the best and sometimes more costly price because “they deserve it.” I’ve seen how it affects the men to have women like this.

It’s like being married to a bottomless pit that just consumes his money and expects he work more and more for her to buy things she doesn’t need. Not the same as just being “sweet and demure” and buying a few things here and there.

“Low maintenance” has nothing to do with the cost or time spent on your beauty routine. It has everything to do with your attitude.”

Well… he partially got it right. It does have everything to do with attitude, but yes, it also includes how a woman spends her husband’s money.

From what I’ve seen, high maintenance IS an attitude, and pretty nasty one to have.

With all of the power that young women have, combined with the encouragement to exploit it to greatest extent possible, there is an almost impossible to ignore temptation to become high maintenance.  High maintenance to who?  Short answer — everybody around them, fellas in general, beta orbiters, boyfriends and finally husbands.

What does high maintenance mean?  It can be lots of different things.  Here are some categories,

I.  Emotionally —  by being unstable, playing games, vomiting emotions, etc.  a woman can drain those around her.  Over the course of time, others tire of this, and consequences follow.

II. Lack of rational thinking — this is typically a byproduct of the previous category.  Furthermore, women are often not expected to think rationally (they are mostly given a pass, unlike a fella), so they do not learn.

III. Entitlement — This could mean material, services, etc. that are expected to be delivered because she is who she is.

To reign these temptations in is to provide the grounds upon a satisfying long term relationship can be built.  Looking at the situation from the other end, does anybody know any truly happy women who are are high maintenance?  Especially ones over 35 years of age?  Be honest, even though they probably are not.  And the answer is?


Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, HowTo, Marriage
88 comments on “Young Sheilas — Be Of Low Maintenance
  1. Ame says:

    they have an insatiable hunger which will never be satisfied by any of the above. it’s a drug of delusion. no, they are neither happy nor satisfied nor fulfilled. it’s never enough.

    btw – the meme misspelled ‘a lot’ … not that it means anything … but . . . 🙂

    fwiw – allot – “verb – give or apportion (something) to someone as a share or task.”

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  2. Farm Boy says:

    High maintenance women are what soap operas are made of. Perhaps that is why men don’t watch them.

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  3. Farm Boy says:

    I mean it’s the LEAST he could do for you after you’ve had his children!!

    They are her children also.

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  4. Farm Boy says:

    Fellas consider things in terms of cost/benefit. Note that maintenance is a cost.

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  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This is another example of some women messing things up for all of them. Men are going to be married to these high maintenance women, then go through high conflict divorces, read expensive. What man would consider remarriage after that experience? Men who witness this at second hand will be gunshy too. Then, there are the men they tell. High maintenance women are doing a lot of damage to the sexual marketplace.

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  6. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I just got through watching this. The title lead me astray. However, it is more valuable as it gives the overview of one squadron of men flying P-47 Jugs out of Corsica doing interdiction in Italy. It has to be very different than the present day Air Force.
    This is a gift for Liz to share with Mike.


  7. I usually see such women as having low self esteem. Of course being and maintaining your attractiveness for your husband is important but is it about that, or is it about validation from others besides her husband?

    I used to belong to a garden club full of older wealthy women who were doing the plastic surgery thing. Truth is the ones who did fillers and facelifts and such started to look odd over time while the gals who aged gracefully actually looked better! IMHO anyway.

    Here’s a question for the guys, would you prefer women spend a lot of money on their looks? Hair, nails, clothes, nips and tucks? In the manosphere there is an emphasis on looks, youth, and beauty being a woman’s “strengths” so where is that line?

    I am pretty low maintenance as far as beauty treatments and such but I sometimes do wonder if I should do more. Curious what guys think about the balance…

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  8. Wonder if those 4 chan pics of Jennifer Lawrence were for her producer? Or her bf as she said?

    I am kindof skeptical of all his “muses” now and wonder what they really did to get those lead roles?

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  9. Yoda says:

    Even worse, fashion designer, Donna Karan DEFENDED Weinstein in an interview on Sunday. She also took women back several decades by suggesting the accusers were ‘asking for it’ by wearing seductive clothing.

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  10. Stephanie says:

    Bloom I love your comment! I just asked my husband what he thought and read him your comment and he said he would not be ok with a woman doing that, especially the nips and tucks. Totally turns him off and would be categorized in his mind as “High Maintenance.” There is a line… and for him (and maybe a lot of men?) it’s when they don’t look naturally beautiful anymore.

    In Scott’s facebook post example, a lot of the things on that list are especially “fake,” and tend to give off a certain vibe of “high maintenance.”

    -Fake eye-lashes and eye-lash extensions
    -Fake long hair… otherwise known as “hair extensions” … these tend to really creep men out when they find out their girlfriend’s hair was really fake extensions she adds in everyday.
    -Fake skin color… the spray tans. Women who actually go to get it done regularly, spend a lot to look kind of orange in color (lol)….
    -Fake long nails

    It’s a lot of fake. Most men like women to look naturally beautiful as much as possible, even down to hair color (even if it’s dyed, they don’t want to be able to tell). Looking fake can make you look “cheap” (bad dye job or fake tan) but when done well (to look naturally very well taken care of), tends to be very expensive.

    I don’t know. To each their own I guess, my husband said some men wouldn’t mind all that, but he would. I definitely fall into the low maintenance French girl style.

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  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Stephanie brings up good points. The primary one is that appearance should be as close to natural as possible. I have heard it said that the “short cuts” to beauty tend to backfire. The best course is clean living and adequate sleep.

    I wonder if Donna Karan has provoked a war with feminists. Commercially, this may be good or bad, but it will make her brand stand out. She is the DK in DKNY.
    She has fired a shot across the bow of “slut culture”.

    About Harvey Weinstein, someone noticed that if Ashley Judd wanted to keep a “breakfast meeting” on the up and up, they should have met in the hotel restaurant. Why meet in his room?


  12. Yoda says:

    Decide against one should


  13. Choicy says:

    Bloom nothing beats nature mate. The nips and tucks are obvious to a red blooded bloke and no amount spent can hide fake. Some of those sheilas faces look like a drywall plasterer smoothed them with his trowel mate.

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  14. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Disgusting that is. Commercial flop it will be. Cultural trolling it is? Even worse on bears than humans it would be.


  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This is what Donna Karan is up against.


  16. Yoda says:

    The ups and downs of married life takes its toll on the heart of dads, a new study found.

    The roller coaster relationship between spouses causes blood pressure, bad cholesterol and weight to rise and fall in men compared to those in a stable relationship.


  17. BuenaVista says:

    Fitness, diet, good bones. One thing the plastic surgery crowd forgets is that when the clothes come off, they’re usually skinny fat and look a little weird. I go for athletes, accordingly. Most people would say my ex- looks 20 years younger (at last from 20′!). But she eats healthy and still runs and lifts.

    As an exception, sometimes pregnancy destroys breasts and one Russian actress I knew (i.e., 6′ tall and stunning) was just terrified of taking her shirt off, so she had some remedial work (and by that I don’t mean having them blown up like truck tires). It made her extremely happy.


    Donna Karan is a freak. In her studio she’s known for squatting and pissing on the floor in front of her staff and having one of her young assistants clean it up.

    The really bad Weinstein stuff hasn’t come out and probably won’t. You’ll note that his first wife (of 18 years) is neither quoted nor referenced in any of the lurid news stories. She’s perhaps the most discreet woman I’ve ever met — which is another quality that binds a man to a woman.


  18. Spawny Get says:

    The EU is evil part two. Part one being the Catalonian violence

    The EU’s insistence on a sea border between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK would mean a de facto reunification of Ireland, rekindling a bitter struggle between Republicans and Unionists that saw nearly four thousand killed, says Andre Walker.

    At the outset of Brexit, all sides openly agreed there should be no border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, but it now seems the Europeans were being sneaky when they made the pledge. It has now emerged they are keen to see a border between Great Britain and Northern Ireland, despite them being the same country.

    Given most people are confused by the geography of the UK it is worth quickly recapping before I go any further. Great Britain is the largest of over six thousand British Isles, the second largest is Ireland. Great Britain is home to England, Scotland and Wales, while Ireland houses both the Republic and Northern Ireland. The other islands are mostly tiny and contained within the jurisdiction of whichever country they happen to be nearest to.

    Under the 1922 Common Travel Area agreement, which predates the EU’s creation. Citizens of the Republic of Ireland and the UK can live and work in each other’s country. Citizens of both countries can cross the border without immigration documents and are not considered aliens when they arrive.

    During the Troubles in Northern Ireland, border guards were put in place to disrupt terrorist activity but ‘hard borders’ were abolished following the 1998 Good Friday Agreement. The agreement established partial self-rule in Northern Ireland whilst keeping it in the UK, it also guaranteed rights of both Ulster Scots (who consider themselves British) and Catholics (who consider themselves Irish).

    This week a leaked document showed the European Commission might well be serious about its rumoured plans to demand a ‘hard border’ be created. So far it wants the Irish Sea to be the border, meaning that goods and people entering Northern Ireland from the rest of the UK would face checks and perhaps even passport controls.

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  19. Scooby-Doo, where are you?!?!

    Hiding under the bed, and its not ghosts he’s afraid of.

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  20. Question for WordPress bloggers. I just had a bunch of sites added to my Blogs I Follow list from out of nowhere. They don’t show up in the management app for me to delete. Any ideas?


  21. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That is a problem. WordPress is forcing you to endorse blogs you may have never heard of.


  22. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Milo is going to Australia. Feminists are going to have fits of apoplexy.


  23. Farm Boy says:

    At least three women, two of which went on the record, now accuse Weinstein of rape, while dozens of others have come forward to discuss being victimized by varying degrees of sexual assault.

    Liked by 1 person

  24. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    Does Bess Kalb represent present day college graduates? I think that Aaron Clarey may be right, After four years, they are coming out much worse than when they went in as high school graduates.


  25. @FB and fuzzie

    1200 idiots liked that tweet. We’re going to need more helicopters.

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  26. Spawny Get says:

    Filmed at a 30,000 – 50,000 normal working class people in London on the weekend. That you would never have seen on the MSM in your country or mine. There was an associated incident of a car hitting the crowd…which was mentioned as a road traffic accident without the context of the march. 11 people hurt.

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  27. Stephanie says:

    Alison Doody aged gracefully I think… Her daughter is what I think looks “high maintenance.”

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  28. Spawny Get says:

    The march itself, not mentioned on the MSM

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  29. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    The 1200 “likes” tell us how so many people only believe in the rule of law when it suits them. All these people calling to impeach Donald Trump have overlooked something, he has to be charged with a “high crime or misdemeanor”.

    Good for Tommy Robinson! Good for Rebel Media!

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  30. Alison was my favorite leading lady from the Indiana Jones movies. Don’t know why her career didn’t take off.

    Her daughter has classic bitch-face. Needs her jaw sanded down a bit as well. I’d start with a 40 grit and go from there.


  31. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think the earrings give it away.

    Until you brought it up. I did not remember her.

    I think we all prefer the Austrian way.

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  32. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Going back to the two photos, the mother is all the more elegant in her simplicity.


  33. Yoda says:

    The daughter has bitch written all over she does

    Liked by 1 person

  34. The daughter is 18 in that picture. Looks like a worn-out 28 at least.

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  35. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    All this talk of comparing the mother and daughter reminds me that the word “elegant” is hardly used anymore in reference to women.

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  36. Stephanie says:

    ” Don’t know why her career didn’t take off.”

    She said she gave it up pretty much because she married and got pregnant right away and stayed home to raise her kids.

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  37. Yoda says:

    Symone Sanders, CNN’s resident Berniecrat, says white people aren’t allowed to criticize the NFL protests. What does that sound like? Maybe systemic racism??

    Liked by 1 person

  38. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    She is all right.

    I wonder how black people would respond to being denied freedom of expression through shame? It probably would not go over too well.

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  39. Yoda says:


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  40. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I remember Harry Truman holding up a copy of the Chicago Tribune which read, “Dewey Defeats Truman”. So much for the NFL defeating Trump. I don’t think they have stopped to consider the costs of their defeat. The NFL’s fixed expenses have to be tremendous. They simply can’t afford to offend fans in the manner that they have.
    For Mike Pence to walk out on a Colts game cannot be understated. He is the former governor of Indiana and the fan base is unbelievably loyal.

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  41. Yoda says:

    One should do this not

    Residents at the home said the family was watching the Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers game when someone put on a jersey that was set on fire. The man was taken to the hospital by another family member.

    At the hospital, deputies spoke with a couple who admitted they were watching the NFL game and agreed to burn the losing team’s jersey. However, the man decided to wear the jersey as it was burning.

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  42. Choicy says:

    Yeah her jaw needs trimming but 40 grit sandpaper might be a bit rough mate. You would have to finish with P 180 to be fair with a random-orbital sander and go all the way to P 240. Good thorough workmanship mate. Near enough is not good enough for a high maintenance bitch.

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  43. Yoda says:

    Looking at the situation from the other end, does anybody know any truly happy women who are are high maintenance? Especially ones over 35 years of age?

    Answer the question people have not.

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  44. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The question is valid, but high maintenance women who are living within their means can be happy. Those living beyond their means cannot.

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  45. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I thought of something much more cruel. Ask the mother out, presuming that she is available, while ignoring the daughter.


  46. Ame says:

    Headhunter – did you figure out the wordpress thing?


  47. Spawny Get says:

    From the March in London that never happened (according to the MSM)

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  48. Yoda says:

    Know that lying she is
    Because eyes point the same direction not

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  49. @Ame They just went away after a while, at least from what I see. There were 8-10 additional blogs that I’d never heard of listed on my home page.

    @Choicy To be fair, I said to start with 40 as there’s quite a bit of material to be removed, especially around he chin, then I would proceed as you suggest.

    Alison seems to have made a second career out of only being with very wealthy men, which is fine btw, just noting it for the record.

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  50. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Not that it has anything to do with the purpose of the march, but the the gender apartheid was overwhelming. I can see the women wondering where all the the older men went and here they are. Could it be that the mainstream media has adopted the attitude that men are neither to be seen nor heard?

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  51. Yoda says:

    Texas State University has opened two new job openings for math education professors, with the caveat that they have to demonstrate a commitment to social justice.

    According to a Campus Reform report Tuesday, the university is seeking—for at least one of the two math professorship positions—not only a commitment to social justice, but “evidence of research” on the subject.

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  52. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    What does one have to do with the other? I wonder if this can lead to a lawsuit based on discrimination in hiring? At the very least, make the administrator know that there is going to be push back every time they pull a stunt like this. That they will be embarrassed on social media for starters. That even if the don’t lose a case, they will suffer for the publicity.


  53. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Serious and credible threats of personal violence.”
    That sounds like it is a matter for the police.

    Liked by 1 person

  54. Yoda says:

    “Harvey Weinstein used to come here regularly. Promised some animals he would make them big stars, like the MGM lion or Tony the Tiger. No, I’m not going to go into details, but now we’ve got a couple of orangutans in counseling, a pretty young wildebeest who’s gone all emo and a manatee with an eating disorder. And the potted plants in the front office all have PTSD.”

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  55. Stephanie says:

    “@Ame They just went away after a while, at least from what I see. There were 8-10 additional blogs that I’d never heard of listed on my home page.”

    Headhunter… when I went to your site, girly sites you probably don’t follow were still there. I think it’s some glitch in WordPress because it’s happened to other bloggers.

    Going into your WP admin page, then “appearance” then “widgets.” You should be able to edit your “Side Bar” options and if you want to add links to other blogs, you just click and drag the “links” widget into your “Side Bar” 1 or 2. That should work and also show you if you already have links in your side bar – which you can edit and delete some.

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  56. Farm Boy says:

    My hypothesis is that liberals — including nearly everyone in the entertainment business — suppressed concern about sexual harassment to help Bill Clinton. Giving him cover gave cover to other powerful men, and the cause of women’s equality in the workplace was set back 20 years.

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  57. Thanks @Stephanie. I deleted the widget.

    The fact that I couldn’t see those other links but others would makes me think something is hinky with the widget or WordPress itself. #frownyface

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  58. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    While I can’t see a “pretty young wildebeest who has gone all emo”, I can see one who has gone all emu, to keep the animal metaphor going.

    Farm Boy,
    An interesting theory Miss Althouse has. Feminism is bad enough all by itself. Corrupted, it is worse.

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  59. Stephanie says:

    WordPress is creepy!

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  60. copperfox3c says:

    The majority of women in the world are not relationship material, they are friends-with-benefits or fuck buddy material at best. High maintenance is one aspect of that. There is not enough emphasis in the Manosphere on screening women.

    Seriously, if you are not rejecting at least half the women you meet or go out on a date with, you are not doing it right.

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  61. copperfox3c says:

    Also, new post, about surviving as a man in the workplace in our modern feminist era:


  62. Seems to me that “vetting” a woman prior to entering an LTR was a popular topic a year or two back, especially on the more christian oriented blogs. It seemed to me to split 20/80 between guys with fairly good relationships patting themselves on the back for how clever they were and guys complaining that no one ever told them it was going to be like this or they never would have gotten married.


  63. Stephanie says:

    “guys with fairly good relationships patting themselves on the back for how clever they were ”

    I think that’s why more men don’t write… it comes off that way even if they wouldn’t want it to. I know Rollo’s constantly tried to say in the past that he doesn’t want men to think they have to be like him and he knows how rare his wife is. So rare that he’d never marry again because he admitted he didn’t think he’d be able to find another woman like that. It’s why he doesn’t (or didn’t at least) write about his marriage as an example.

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  64. Choicy says:

    Spawny well said by the sheilas on the march b ut they are rare as rocking horse shit mate. I think it is too little too late.

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  65. Yoda says:

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive lineman Gerald McCoy says there’s “gonna be an uproar” if players are told to stand during the national anthem like they did for the last 50 years.

    Liked by 1 person

  66. Choicy says:

    Kentucky Headhunter I detailed it out with some practical tips for the sheilas mate.


  67. SFC Ton says:

    All White men should stand for White Supremacy.

    It’s that or be erased from this earth and historical record


  68. RichardP says:

    “I think it’s gonna be an uproar if that is to happen because you’re basically taking away a constitutional right to freedom of speech.”

    If the issue truely is a constitutional right to freedom of speech, then where are the protests over restrictions on other behavior/speech that the NFL imposes on its players, such as limiting the form of celebration that can occur in the end zone after a touchdown and the types of symbols that are allowed to appear on a player’s uniform.

    Any employment contract can prohibit certain forms of behavior/speech and encourage others as a condition of employment. The Constitution does not prohibit that. Folks who make statements such as the one quoted above are displaying a profound lack of understanding.


  69. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The men patting themselves on the back aren’t any smarter. They are just luckier.

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  70. Agreed. Hence mgtow in marriage. I dont know anyone who pulled off 20 years plus or happily recovered from seperation. I couldnt replace it in a millikn tries. It was blind luck.

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  71. Stephanie says:

    Fuzzie, that’s one thing I admire about Rollo… he’s smart enough to understand that.

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  72. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t read Rollo. There is something missing,


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