Tingles Again, Naturally

Over at RPG’s, commenter Earl states

And I’d also point out…if a woman (or a man for that matter) is unhaaaaaaaaaaapy…there is more focus on the flesh than the Spirit.

‘Now the deeds of the flesh are evident, which are: immorality, impurity, sensuality, idolatry, sorcery, enmities, strife, jealousy, outbursts of anger, disputes, dissensions, factions, envying, drunkenness, carousing, and things like these, of which I forewarn you, just as I have forewarned you, that those who practice such things will not inherit the kingdom of God. But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control; against such things there is no law. (Gal 5:19-23)

Let me tell you about my parents.  My Mom grew up Catholic.  Doctrine such as the above was built-in.  She was totally into my Dad.  She was appreciative of having a fella who would marry her and give her what she really wanted, mainly children.  Note the humility present. Also note that she considered herself to be part of something larger than herself.  My Dad was not particularly tall or handsome, but my Mom was all-in.  The following passage from Gilbert O’Sullivans’s Alone Again Naturally captures the situation well,

I remember I cried when my father died
Never wishing to hide the tears
And at sixty-five years old
My mother, God rest her soul
Couldn’t understand why the only man
She had ever loved had been taken
Leaving her to start
With a heart so badly broken
Despite encouragement from me
No words were ever spoken
Consider what Deti drives home, that a marriage has a chance of working only if the wife is sexually attracted to the husband.  There is for sure much truth to this.  This is the modern day.  It has come down to the tingles and the flesh.  When one operates almost solely on base instincts, the modern day situation is the wreckage that we get. Incredibly enough, all of this wreckage is encouraged.  One wonders what people were/are thinking…
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158 comments on “Tingles Again, Naturally
  1. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I think, that in your parents’ time, they got together to form a team. In the present, the girl wants the “honeymoon” to last forever. I think that Dalrock calls this “hedonic marriage”. The only justifacation for joining is to be in love, and if she falls out of love, the reason for being married goes too. Should she fall in love with someone else while married, it justifies divorce and remarriage. Under these conditions, men should not engage. It will end in disaster. Again, Dalrack suggests that men have to think about children yet unborn.

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  2. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    There is something else. With Farm Boy’s parents, both of them were fully committed. With the stats on divorce showing that women initiate anywhere from 67 to 80 percent, I don’t think that women are “all in”.

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Off topic, I think the Grinch has a cousin working for the government in Canada.

    Deport Santa to the South Pole? I guess that it is safer than Antioch.

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  4. Stephanie says:

    “She was totally into my Dad. She was appreciative of having a fella who would marry her and give her what she really wanted, mainly children.”

    ❤ ❤ ❤
    ❤ ❤

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  5. SFC Ton says:

    Childern arent valued like they sure to be which is probably another huge boost to MGTOW numbers and a hard hit to the number of new marriages

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  6. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    On this point alone, it kind of kills it for the dream of the white picket fence.
    Thanks, feminism.

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  7. Ame says:

    Let me tell you about my parents. My Mom grew up Catholic. Doctrine such as the above was built-in. She was totally into my Dad. She was appreciative of having a fella who would marry her and give her what she really wanted, mainly children. Note the humility present. Also note that she considered herself to be part of something larger than herself. My Dad was not particularly tall or handsome, but my Mom was all-in.

    that is SO beautiful 🙂

    those i grew up with who then became parents and repeated the same to their children were taught to get that college degree, have a career ‘just in case,’ and then settle down and get married. thing is, they weren’t taught to prioritize husband and children over career … and they didn’t think that women would then figure out that spending all that money and time on a career without getting anything out of it would, at least on a paper financial balance sheet, not equal out. add in the waves of feminism, birth control pills, no-fault divorce, and the poisonous pandemic teaching that men should accommodate and work their lives around women rather than the way God designed and created it to be – has all led to where we are now. self-centered women … because they’ve been raised that way and refuse to hear or listen to anything that doesn’t affirm what they’ve been taught all their lives by everyone and everything around them.

    those of us who voice the truth are often shrugged off. i remember teaching women the truth from the bible and them telling me they agree the bible says that, but they were not going to do it. and … they had little incentive to because society, culture, and the church would support them. spin things just right, and the world follows, or at least doesn’t DISagree or disgrace one for being an idiot.

    and Ton is right – culture does not value children anymore.

    i hate using the word ‘sacrifice’ to being a mom who values and prioritizes marriage and children over career and other things because i see it as simply, well, doing my job, fulfilling my role. but society has driven it to the place where women are told that if they commit to their husband and children, they are *sacrificing* themselves and their career. i see it as making the choice to do what’s right. however, i’m probably splitting hairs here. either way, choosing to do what’s right, choosing to submit my life to my husband and ‘sacrifice’ a career and ‘things for me’ to be a mother, has been my choice. and i’d do it all over again in a heartbeat. i haven’t worked outside the home in some 22 years and don’t know what i’ll do when i need to again, but that will sort itself out then. i have imperfectly tried to honor God regardless of everything else, and with what little i have and give to Him, God has always met our needs … and even some of our wants … along the way.

    i want my husband and kids to say of me, “She was ‘all-in’ being a wife and mother.” i can’t imagine any higher praise or honor to be said of me.

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  8. Fny Wlch says:

    Life and love used to be that easy, until feminism surfaced…

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  9. Cill says:

    Onya Ame. I’m not religious but I respect where you’re coming from on the seriousness of motherhood.

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  10. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    Either my browser can’t read your picture, or it is a bunch of unhappy polar bears in a blizzard. Since Cill liked it, it must be my browser.


  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Posting a comment brought it up, but hitting “refresh” wouldn’t. Another mystery.

    It has been a while since I linked one of these. It ties in to Farm Boys linked video.

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  12. molly says:

    Fuzzie way down deep inside you are as true as true can be.
    You are a good person Fuzzie B.

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  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly!!! Burrito, burrito, burrito.
    Thank you! I am blushing.
    I had a thought about you and your husband. His stripes are on a diagonal too, but go the other way. That way, when you rub beaks, you’ll each shed into each other’s fur and none will be the wiser.


  14. Ame says:

    thank you, Cill 🙂

    i’m not against moms having jobs or careers. i’m against moms believing they’re children have caused them to miss out on life simply for existing. i’m against moms putting themselves first and sacrificing their husbands and children on the alter of their own ‘careers’ or desires or whatever. i’m against moms making their husbands and children feel unwanted b/c they’re too busy elsewhere and not available to their kids.

    i think these decisions are personal and should be made within the family – preferably by the husband if he’s got the strength to do so. children have different personalities and needs. there are some kids who need their moms home all the time. there are some who don’t but who just need them available and ready to come home when needed (such as when child is sick). and everything in between. i feel the same way about education choices. my girls hated public school and love homeschooling. the little girl we keep LOVES public school … LOVES it and does exceptionally well. schooling should also be a personal decision made within the family according to the needs of the children and the family. if they’re exposed to indoctrination, that needs to be aggressively offset by truth-teaching at home.

    my aspie-girl NEEDS me home, still. it’s just not been an option imo. and … to use the word i hate, i have sacrificed enormously (in culture’s eyes) to be home. when i was a single mom i kept kids in my home so i could be continuously available to her. my other daughter has also NEEDED me home and available to her for other reasons. from the time i was 4 years old i knew i wanted to be a wife and mommy and have never, not once, had a desire for anything else. i believe God placed that in my heart b/c He knew He’d be giving me aspie-girl 🙂

    – – –

    i haven’t been able to keep up over here or Bloom’s the last week or so, so i hope you’re doing well after your voyage 🙂

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  15. Ame says:

    Hi Mummy Molly! how are you and yours?!!! 🙂


  16. Cill says:

    Doing well.

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  17. Cill says:

    Ame, wee molly is torn between joining the festivities or being a mum. Looks to me right now she is choosing the latter.

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  18. Ame says:


    being a Mum takes a lot of time. sometimes we do feel a bit left out … but we’ll be able to catch up later 🙂

    let her know she’s thought of 🙂

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  19. Cill says:

    It’s going off here like you wouldn’t believe.
    Food + booze + safe = All on

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  20. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I wish that I were there, helping you eat all the cookies.

    Liked by 1 person

  21. Farm Boy says:

    Is Moe there?

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  22. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    An early Christmas present for Farm Boy, his favorite bear commercials. This is a Panda with attitude. Runs almost four minutes.

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  23. earl says:

    ‘I think, that in your parents’ time, they got together to form a team.’

    They got together to form a family…that’s what the main goal of marriage is. It’s not about having a spouse that will fulfill all of your feels or instant gratification and when the feels aren’t at your optimum level you blow up the marriage/family thinking you’ll be happier. That’s following the flesh 101.

    No-fault is the product of a feelz only, instant gratification generation.

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  24. earl says:

    Having a large segment of women focus more on their career, trips, whether they can have the perfect selfie, exciting adventures, the carousel, being ‘strong and independent’…all that shows is ‘me, me, me, me’ and we think that can all turn on a dime the minute their ovaries start to ache? Marriage is not about that. It’s no wonder that more men are following the ‘me’ script by the MGTOW route. Women didn’t expect their feministic ‘me’ route in their 20s and then get married to have kids in their 30s because that was their life script would suddenly be ‘ruined’ by men starting to think the same thing and not wanting to get into marriage…because we know marriage isn’t about that.

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  25. earl says:

    ‘ i’m against moms believing they’re children have caused them to miss out on life simply for existing. ‘

    They gave birth and nurtured a new life…if anything a mother knows more about what life is about than a single girl trying to engage in all the excitement she can consume.

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  26. Spawny Get says:

    Stand aside magnificent film

    We live in a whole different era


  27. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    You need some cheering up. Here is an early Christmas present. I have been watching too many Girls und Panzer music videos.


  28. Spawny Get says:

    Oh I’m finding fun

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  29. Spawny Get says:

    While you’re waiting for Her Majesty The Queen’s Christmas Speech, here’s a kipper alternative


  30. Feminism definetly teaches women not to be all in, in fact to have one foot out “just in case.” So women are already front loaded with the idea that “you can’t count on a man” and thus don’t be all in or you are a fool. It’s really messed up!


  31. Spawny, I have been watching “The Crown” on Netflicks. Pretty interesting, and I am catching a lot of history I didn’t before. Not sure how accurate it is, and I am sure some of it is dramatized for effect, so I take the story part w a grain of salt.


  32. earl says:

    Saw this on Dalrock…but for anyone who has watched ‘How I met your Mother’ a person outlined how one of the main female leads was the absolute worst.

    It seems more like that’s what a 21st century western female is all about.



  33. earl says:

    And I know it’s a fictional character in a tv show…but do we need to wonder where some women get the idea to act like this and think everything will be ok?

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  34. @SG Those pitch meeting videos are really good.

    “Wasn’t your ex-girlfriend a British woman named Zara?”

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  35. earl says:

    For the laaaaaadies…

    ‘If You Want Children, Make Wise Choices’


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  36. earl says:

    ‘3) Being irresponsible, drinking, partying, and hooking up are terrible choices regardless of what age you are or whether or not you have kids. They’re bad moral choices and also harmful in many other ways.

    4) Being a party animal doesn’t prepare a woman for being a wife and mother. Quite the opposite. It teaches her to live for her instant gratification and not consider others or the future. It teaches her to resent children as little burdens that stop her from doing what she wants to do. It teaches her to care only about herself. In short, it turns her inward rather than outward and fuels her natural selfishness, which is exactly the opposite of what is needed in a good mother.

    5) Partying, drinking, and hooking up make a woman a bad wife, and bad wives are also, by definition, bad mothers. The kinds of habits that cause a woman to be a good wife, to knit her heart with her husband’s, and to put others before herself also help to ensure that her children will grow up in the stable, married home they need. Premarital sex undermines marital stability. A habit of selfish indulgence doesn’t magically end when the wedding is over. The habits we make follow us for a lifetime.’

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  37. Spawny Get says:

    “Those pitch meeting videos are really good.”

    They really are! Not watched any of them before, but they made me laugh. I watched the Jurassic Circus one too, loved the British girlfriend bit. The delivery is perfect as is the material.


  38. Spawny Get says:

    Merry Christmas to Bloom, the Bloomettes and BloomBF

    Not watched The Crown, however, I did watch The Punisher series which I do recommend to the men. Sadly I doubt that this gives me insight into the Queenie Show. I’m glad that you enjoy it, I do like her in the real world. Phil the Greek (meant affectionally, believe it or not) is a character and a half who regularly makes SJW types’ heads explode, so he’s fine with me too.

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  39. Yep, he’s got the back-and-forth down to a T.

    Know it’s been said many times before, but it’s a sad state when the movie reviews are better than the movies.

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  40. and Ton is right – culture does not value children anymore.

    Not trying to start anything, but a man without children can’t know real fear.


  41. Farm Boy says:

    A man has had a rape conviction quashed after spending four years in jail because police did not thoroughly investigate Facebook messages between him and his accuser.


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  42. Farm Boy says:

    Friday on FNC’s “America’s Newsroom,” Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) said a congressional committee had evidence FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe indicated Hillary Clinton was going to get an “HQ special” regarding the investigation of her unauthorized email server and ties to the Clinton Foundation during her tenure as secretary of state.


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  43. earl says:

    ‘They said, in a new ruling that the “full Facebook message exchange” contradicted the prosecution case about the frequency of post-sex contact and supported Kay’s claim that sex had been consensual.

    Appeal judges heard that police asked the woman to retrieve Facebook messages she and Mr Kay exchanged.

    Three pages of messages had been printed. The woman told jurors that she had deleted some messages to free up storage space.’

    Yeah that thing about forincational ‘consent’ and the justice system bites another man in the ass…and I doubt little to nothing will be done to the women (even though she deserves at least as much jail time).

    I’d add that to the sex ed curriculum for young men…even though she ‘consents’, she can easily change her mind on the whim of her emotions and have the justice system toss you into jail.

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  44. SFC Ton says:

    The Ton has 4 kids and 4 grandkids, one of whom just got his 1st pistol. A single action cowboy style revolver in .22. When the salesman asked how old the grandson son is, the She-Ton pointed to her belly and said 29 weeks

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  45. Spawny Get says:

    Merry Christmas to the Mighty Ton Clan

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  46. SFC Ton says:

    Thanks boss. Merry Christmas to you and yours my friend

    Liked by 4 people

  47. tommaorinz says:

    “a man without children can’t know real fear”

    They do when I’m hungry.

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  48. Spawny Get says:

    Tom, you can get the name edited on that last email if you want (me, FB or Cill). Every time you change name or email address it’ll trip the comment into spam.

    Merry Christmas to you and yours, assuming that it works for you. If it doesn’t, just accept the good will (which is how I take it)

    Cheers Big Guy.

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  49. Sorry Spawny. I usually change the name to Tom the Maori. I forgot.

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  50. I changed it in gravatar to Tom the Maori. I’ll ask the boss to approve it in your blog then should be hunky dory.

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  51. earlthomas786 says:


  52. Sumo says:

    I hear that people are looking around to find me. Busy AF these days, not much time for interwebz.

    Merry Christmas, folks.

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  53. Cill says:

    Spawny Tom is very much a “Christmas” man. On his behalf and mine, and the crowd gathered here, merry Christmas mate. It’s Christmas Day here and I’m about to don my Santa suit and hand out gifts to the kids (and adult kids). Tom is too big for the suit, otherwise he’d be the Santa.

    How’s your wine collection going? I’ll send you a photo of some of the wines here later in the day.

    Merry Christmas to everyone else here as well.

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  54. Spawny Get says:

    Old Hooky for me. I have a decent claret, I suspect, a gift to be tried tomorrow.

    Cheers and Merry Christmas to all

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  55. Spawny Get says:

    Yay! Sumo-san, how’s it going?

    Liked by 1 person

  56. Spawny Get says:

    No problem Tom. Just explaining the hang up.


  57. JDG says:

    earl says:
    24 December, 2017 at 2:41 pm

    And I know it’s a fictional character in a tv show…but do we need to wonder where some women get the idea to act like this and think everything will be ok?

    IMHO Hollywood writers aren’t that concerned with reflecting reality. Being the puppets they are, they are writing to shape cultural thinking (and have been for decades). For decades I’ve watched societal norms follow the lead of Hollywood scripts. I’ve long been convinced that these folks are more concerned with conforming audiences to PC thought than anything else.

    Some right wing feminists have made decent arguments pointing this out. In the past Dennis Prager and Michael Medved argued this. Here is Ben Shapiro with a more recent message making the point:

    I’m glad they can see what a powerful tool story telling can be, but it’s too bad that these guys can’t see that ALL feminism is bad. From the Suffragettes to the man hating snow flakes of today, all feminism is based on and maintained by fabrications that are perpetuated via main stream media, academia, and government regulation.

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  58. Cill says:


    Merry Christmas brother. I’ll have a shot for you later in the day.

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  59. Ame says:

    Merry Christmas, Sumo! Good to hear from you 🙂

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  60. Ame says:

    Merry Christmas everyone!

    idk how to say this without being mushy, but i just love all y’all out here. all of your thoughts and stories and advice mean a lot to me, and it has all made me a better person, woman, wife, and mother.

    may you all have a wonderful Christmas (and remember most of it 😉 )

    much love and affection ~ Ame

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  61. Cill says:

    Spawny here are 3 wines I can recommend if you can get them in UK:

    All Cabernet grape Australian wines (right-click on picture and select “open link in new tab” to see them more clearly)

    From left to right:

    Wynns Coonawarra Estate 60th Vintage
    Punt Road Yarra Valley
    Jacobs’s Creek Double Barrel 4th Vintage (matured in oak barrels and then finished in aged Irish Whiskey barrels)

    All excellent. The Wynns is outstanding.

    The Wild Turkey Rare Breed is there to give the picture some oom-pah.

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  62. SFC Ton says:

    Love that Rare Breed


  63. Cill says:

    Well the sun has gone over the yard arm. Time for a shot. I’ll quaff some rare breed for Ton and Sumo. Cheers

    And a fine nautical drop it is to be sure.
    I’m on my boat anchored in the bay with a bunch of salty revellers.

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  64. JDG says:

    Merry Christmas everybody.

    Liked by 3 people

  65. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Merry Christmas, everyone! Funs a little over two minutes.

    Liked by 1 person

  66. Stephanie says:

    Chomp Chomp Chomp

    6 pies made today with my boys helping ❤

    Sending y'all some virtual pie!!!!!

    Merry Christmas Spawny People ❤

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  67. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Did you make me some minced meat? I know, I am weird. I like fruitcake too.


  68. Guests says:

    It doesn’t seem a year since we last exchanged greetings with the spawnyspace people. Best wishes for a very merry Christmas from Cill’s parents.

    Roy and Biff

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  69. Guests says:

    Christmas greetings to all spawnyspace friends around the world!

    One of the Aunts

    Liked by 4 people

  70. Ezzy says:

    Much Christmas love and many good wishes to Spawny, Bloom and friends

    Liked by 5 people

  71. Spawny Get says:

    Merry Christmas from a grey and cloudy England

    Liked by 7 people

  72. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Merry Christmas to all from Jellystone Park.

    Liked by 7 people

  73. Cillhouette says:

    Merry Christmas all!

    Liked by 5 people

  74. Guests says:

    From me too, havemerriest Christmas


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  75. Spawny Get says:

    Dicktor van Doomcock, yes really, opines…

    Bah! Stick with the classics…the first STD review

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  76. earlthomas786 says:

    Merry Christmas

    @mgtow…I did find it funny that Canadian article had ‘beta’ in the web address.

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  77. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    A woman swipes right to all the men on Tinder and has some interesting observations. My guess is that she was self sabotaging before.

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  78. earl says:

    ‘My guess is that she was self sabotaging before.’

    What a shocker…a superficial woman discovers if she isn’t so superficial while hooking up with guys who are superficial, that there are some guys out there who aren’t just into being superficial. Which would probably help her since she’s 33 and doesn’t really have much reasoning to have such ‘high’ standards.

    Wow there are guys who want to get to know who I am instead of trolling for sex…my world is changed forever!

    My guess is though she didn’t learn much. Once a carousel rider, usually stays a carousel rider.

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  79. earl says:

    Merry Christmas

    Mass once again was great. Celebrating Christ’s sacrifice, rejoicing of the day He was born…plus the cathedral was full of people. If only it was like that every Sunday.


  80. earl says:

    ‘and Ton is right – culture does not value children anymore.’

    Yes, along with that there are many other important things culture doesn’t value anymore.

    Marriage, family, children, men, women, community, nation…basically the dignity of human life in that we are made in the image and likeness of God.


  81. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    She gets messages from men that treat her with some dignity and she is surprised. Still, she is not going for it. I am scratching my head.

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  82. earl says:

    ‘She gets messages from men that treat her with some dignity and she is surprised. Still, she is not going for it. I am scratching my head.’

    Most likely she probably doesn’t treat herself with any dignity. You can’t give what you don’t have.

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  83. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Something profound is going on. It takes us back to the original post. She is chasing tingles and men who would treat her with dignity don’t do that for her. Maybe she is doing them a favor by ignoring them?

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  84. earl says:

    I’d say so.

    I don’t know why tingles are more important than her dignity. She probably has no idea why either.


  85. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Red Pill wisdom would have men adapt to accommodate her. That may be a horrible course for a man to take. As for dignity, it’s best not to compromise. Someone could end up losing twice that way.

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  86. earl says:

    That’s not really red pill wisdom. That sounds like what most pastors or rationalizers talk about…she has bad behavior so the man must adapt to her feelz.

    If it was really red pill…she should adapt to these men, but most likely she won’t because she’s already made her decision. She’d prefer the hawt looking guys who troll for sex and give her tingles. At 33 she won’t be on that end much longer.

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  87. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    She has made herself something incompatible to live with. She is stuck on the carousel.

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  88. earl says:

    What she probably realized is when guys asked about her, who she is, etc…perhaps she found a lack of substance in her (not realizing this consciously but probably got a bad feel)…and got scared. That is the curse of being superficial. It’s a lot easier to not think of those things if guys are just trolling for sex and are not interested in other things.

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  89. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It does go a long way to explaining why sincere guys don’t make any headway with internet dating. She is not relationship material and there is a good chance that most of the women on Tinder are like her. Those guys are left thinking there is something wrong with them.

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  90. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, Mrs Moehau Man (my enterprising old mum) is thinking of writing a new book for you foreign jokers.

    “Sniff them out and see if there’d be a market for it”, she demanded just then, “or if they’ve lost it completely.”

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  91. Cill says:

    It has become an annual tradition that I stand on the cliff top and join Dog in a howl time at this time of year. I’ve been out there trying to train Dog (Dog’s replacement) but all he does is jump at me when I give him the demo of a howl. Bull breeds are just not built for howling. I did train Dog (Dog’s predecessor) to howl but he sounded less like a dog than a punctured bullfrog. Plenty of humans want to co-operate in a howl but it just aint authentic without a mournful dog leading the chorus.

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  92. Cill says:

    I played him this and it got him going.

    Had to stop him attacking the speakers, and he did come out with a proto howl of sorts. A snarl turned into a high note ending in a whuff as if he’d had enough of the whole childish business.

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  93. SFC Ton says:

    LOL my pit bull bit an uninvited visitor today. She was going nuts, happy as happy gets while the people she knew walked through her door and latched on to the strangers arm when he was half way through

    Moral of the story is don’t invite strangers to another man’s house


  94. Farm Boy says:

    Rosie O’Donnell had a not-so-warm Christmas wish for House Speaker Paul Ryan: go to hell.

    The fierce opponent of President Trump and the newly-passed GOP tax plan lashed out at Ryan on Twitter.

    “paul ryan – don’t talk about Jesus after what u just did to our nation – u will go straight to hell,” O’Donnell wrote Monday.

    “U screwed up fake altar boy,” O’Donnell added.

    She finished her holiday attack with the hashtag: “#JUDASmuch” in a reference to the disciple who betrayed Jesus.


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  95. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t know if the dog has to start early, or if the human has to start early.

    It may be a good thing that Dog hasn’t learned to howl.

    Farm Boy,
    I guess they didn’t arrest Rosie for bribery. They should have. It was credible.


  96. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This is my favorite dog singing video. It’s like they are asking their pet human to party with them.


  97. Farm Boy says:

    A topless activist tried to snatch baby Jesus from the Nativity scene in St. Peter’s Square in Rome on Monday.


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  98. Farm Boy says:

    What, me worry? Charlie Rose seems more like Alfred E. Newman at dinner with a beautiful woman on the Upper West Side, where he was besieged by other women lining up for selfies.

    Spies said the disgraced ex-host of “CBS This Morning” was at Gabriel’s Bar & Restaurant with an attractive young brunette on Thursday night, and didn’t appear to have lost his old “charm.”

    Rose “looked in a great mood,” said one onlooker, who added that he seemed like he’d had “a few bottles of wine.” But the onlooker was stunned to see other women falling all over themselves to approach Rose, who was fired by CBS and PBS last month after sexual harassment allegations.


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  99. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I had hoped that we had heard the last from FEMEN. The rumor is that when they went after Israel, George Soros stopped supporting them. They do have one thing in their favor. They don’t put obese women out there.

    As for Charlie Rose, could he have found an end run around #metoo? Being seen in public, getting all this positive female attention, could take the fangs out of them, and it would be ll to easy to stage.

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  100. Farm Boy says:

    When I was told by a psychiatrist that I had bipolar disorder, I felt an overwhelming sense of relief. I needed that label. I needed to establish my identity. . . .

    The concept of my sexuality is a much different thing than my mental affliction, but I’ve dealt with the same thing regarding labels. The mental illness thing was easy to pinpoint. My label as far as who I am in regards to who I’m attracted to, not so much.

    I came out a bisexual when I was thirteen. My parents were very accepting of me and said they would support me no matter who I would eventually bring home, but they didn’t take it seriously.


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  101. Farm Boy says:

    Even holiday classics like It’s a Wonderful Life have come under vicious scrutiny in our politically correct, brave new world, with CNN openly questioning whether the beloved film is secretly sexist and should, therefore, be “retired” from American culture


    Liked by 1 person

  102. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    We have overlooked Vader. From one defunct empire to another.


  103. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I can see why feminists would object to It’s a Wonderful Life. The whole story hinges on dissuading George from committing suicide. They really must hate men that much.

    Liked by 1 person

  104. Cill says:

    “Moral of the story is don’t invite strangers to another man’s house”

    Strangers are not welcome at my pad unless approved. By “not welcome” I don’t mean they won’t be greeted with open arms. I mean they are not welcome. Dog is still young, but I think he’d pick up on that as well.


  105. Choicy says:

    Feminism is the pits my mates. I want to watch cricket and there’s a sheila crapping on about Women invented the overarm bowl. Does a digger care if it was a sheila or a joker or a flying camel invented the overarm bowl? Switch on to a current affairs program and there is a woman orchardist made it good against the “old boys club”. Didn’t say who the old boys club was or how they put a twitch on her mush.

    I think it is best to log on with the spawny blog. Bugger it mates have a Merry Christmas and to hell with feminist sheilas.

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  106. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You do have more than your share of them there and they are, to put it kindly, rabid. Here is something written in the California Gold Rush that Ms. Ford is likely to object to.

    If you get a chance to seranade her, please post it to YouTube.


  107. earl says:

    ‘The woman screamed, “God is woman!”

    You know 2,000 years of Christianity plus the time back to Adam always said otherwise…but I guess she proved them all wrong by forgetting to wear a bra and trying to steal the baby boy Jesus.

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  108. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that FEMEN tries to say the most shocking things they can think of. I have to wonder what their intentions really are. When they were first getting started, they cut down a cross in Kiev honoring all of Josef Stalin’s victims. Poor choice.


  109. earl says:

    It’s obvious…they are against God. Most hardcore feminists are…when they talk about ‘smashing the Patriarchy’…who is the ultimate patriarch? It’s God the Father.

    Liked by 2 people

  110. earl says:

    Clearly she’s delusional from all that oppression she’s been under.

    Liked by 1 person

  111. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Feminists are rebelling against God and nature, but I have to wonder if this bunch is actually thinking or reacting in a knee jerk manner? There is one thing for sure, they have demonstrated that feminism is opposed to Christianity, and, no matter how much Churchians deny it, it remains true.

    Liked by 2 people

  112. Farm Boy says:

    A group of feminist professors recently discovered that Instagram selfies taken by women in college can reinforce “traditional gender roles.


    Liked by 1 person

  113. earl says:

    “The celebration of traditional femininity has been is [sic] a vexing concern for some feminists, who have interpreted it as a rolling back of hard-won progress to eliminate women’s association with these rigidly gendered and often marginalized subject positions.”

    Now women can enjoy all the perks of working in a career that doesn’t matter and going home to a two room apartment they share with a dog/cat…ERRRRRRR fur baby. Thanks feminists!

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  114. Farm Boy says:

    The archbishop of Canterbury has spoken out against “tyrannical and populist” world leaders in a Christmas message likely to be seen partly as a rebuke against US president Donald Trump.



  115. Farm Boy says:

    Nicholas Blincoe writes that “makeovers” to the city of Bethlehem, the apparent site of Jesus’s birth, “were almost all the work of women.”


    Liked by 1 person

  116. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Statistics from Michigan. The last numbers I had was for the US overall, married households were barely above fifty percent two years ago. Now, in Michigan, it stands at forty seven percent. For a number that moves about as fast as a glacier, that is rocket powered.

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  117. earl says:

    ‘Young adults are also delaying childbearing but are not necessarily waiting for marriage to have children. In 2015, almost 43% percent of Michigan women who gave birth were unmarried, a record high and up from 24% in 1989, according to data from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.’

    But I’m sure they are strong, empowered, and independent they didn’t need no man to help raise and support the child. They just need the state’s goodies to do it.

    I predict in 20 years the crime rate in Michigan will also see a dramatic jump.

    Liked by 2 people

  118. earl says:

    ‘Many Roman women had amassed fortunes as heiresses, divorcees, widows, and even investors and entrepreneurs.’

    Nothing new under the sun.

    ‘Christianity had placed a female figure at its heart, and the cult of Mary certainly played its part in attracting these women.’

    Say what now?

    Liked by 1 person

  119. Farm Boy says:

    Americans across the country celebrated Christmas Eve by attending church, spending time with family, or decorating their trees, but Planned Parenthood celebrated the festive occasion by aborting unborn babies.


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  120. JDG says:

    Farm Boy says:
    26 December, 2017 at 4:16 am

    From the link:
    FEMEN, founded in Ukraine, says its mandate is “complete victory of patriarchy.”

    What are we fighting for? I want the complete victory of Patriarchy too.

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  121. JDG says:

    Victorious patriarchy means more sammiches.

    Liked by 2 people

  122. @FB Know anybody who could do something like those Trump Warhammer memes, except this time it’s Melania as a valkyrie beheading a bunch of blue-haired feminazis?


  123. SFC Ton says:

    I love how earl’s Catholic propaganda comes with the no true Scotsman falacey built into the photos


  124. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘FEMEN, founded in Ukraine, says its mandate is “complete victory of patriarchy.”

    Sounds like instead of smashing the patriarchy they are trying to find a patriarch to discipline them after they do their outrageous stunts.


  125. richardp says:

    “God is Woman” …

    A close examination of his chromosomes says otherwise.


  126. Cill says:

    When sitting in church I interrupted the preacher. He was talking rubbish and I told him so. Apparently it was not the thing to do. Someone had to put him straight. You Christian men should not just sit there and accept the anti male rant.

    Liked by 1 person

  127. earlthomas786 says:

    What was the anti-male rant about?

    For the record…our priests at the church I go to usually stay on topic, namely what God was saying either in the OT or NT. They don’t go on some tangent that rationalizes feminism or demonizing men which would require an interruption.

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  128. Cill says:

    Men are irresponsible, need to shape up and be worthy of women. Men are not worthy of fatherhood either and women are left to do all the parenting. He even blamed men for their own declining church attendance rate.

    The audience was almost entirely female and children. There were a few meek men there who should have spoken up if they’d had more than half a ball between them.

    A number of Christians later told the person who invited me to the church that they were glad I’d spoken up, that they are tired of the anti man attitude in churches. So it’s not uncommon, according to them.

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  129. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You got this sermon on Christmas? Usually it is reserved for Father’s Day. Still, if this pastor is doing this fifty two weeks a year, it is no wonder there are no men in church, besides the handful of henpecked husbands.

    Liked by 2 people

  130. earl says:

    Might as well call it ‘Womanity’…that’s what it sounds like.

    Liked by 1 person

  131. Cill says:

    No, it was back in 2016. I commented on it afterwards. I tried to find the comment by a search for the word “church”. It’s surprising how many times the word is used on this blog.
    605 items (31 “pages”) of it, too much for me. A search for “pastor” returned only 4 pages, and here it is:



  132. @Ton

    “Liberal redoubts of news and culture.”

    Ha, ha, ha.I think they mean propaganda and degradation.


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