Awesome Single Women Revisited

Like weeds in a garden, articles about hordes of awesome single women continually pop up.  Here is the latest,

After  looking into  the mating preferences of more  than 5,000 men and  women  by way of survey, researcher  and  biological anthropologist Helen  Fisher, PhD,  writes that  we are seeing a “Clooney Effect” in this country-a nod to the recent  marriage of America’s favorite  bachelor, actor  George  Clooney, to human rights lawyer  Amal Alamuddin. According to Fisher’s  numbers, men  desire smart, strong, successful women; 87  percent   of men  said  they  would date  a woman who  was more  intellectual than they  were,  who  was  better  educated, and  who made  considerably more  money than they  did,  while  86  percent  said they  were in search  of a woman who  was confident and self-assured.

Well yes, this is what men are supposed to say to answer such questions.  It is the politically correct thing to do and does not cost them anything to say it.  In reality, natural inclinations, combined with experience, say otherwise.

I am lucky to be surrounded by some brilliant women—verifiable “catches.” Gorgeous women my guy friends always ask me about. I have also watched these same smart, independent women struggle in bad relationships or fly solo for extended periods of time, despite their best efforts to land a good guy. So, what did this mean? If 87 percent of men were actively looking to couple with them, why were they still single?

There are probably a few things happening here.  First, these women probably have 421 point check lists that lots of fine guys can’t (and don’t really want to put in the effort to) meet.  Second, the fellas look at these women and immediately alarm bells start ringing — HIGH MAINTENANCE.  Third, from a truly objective measure, these women are usually not as awesome as they are portrayed to be.  Fourth, because they can’t find willing guys who meet their 421 point check list, they go for the tingles; often ending up like this lady.

So yes, there are lots of reasons as to why were they still single.

I began floating casual questions by the guys in my life to try to gain a better understanding: “So, like, what’s your type?” (I was breezy about it, I swear.) As one of my male friends put it, the general consensus was: “The smarter and more successful, the better! There are no limits.” I’d then hear about a doctor, nearing thirty, who was about to give up on dating because she didn’t feel like men valued her brains.

Here is no doubt a case of projection.  She would value brains, so why doesn’t he?  Obviously, she believes that this is her most important attribute.  Intelligence might be fine, but unless it is tempered with feminine and appearance qualities, it is no sale to the fellas.   Even with those qualities, it might still be no sale, as thoughts of potential power struggles dance in his head.

Men are not so much threatened by such women, it is just that they will not be good fits.  Either he will have to work extra hard to maintain frame, or he will lose control of a marriage to her; with the consequent loss of respect from her, followed by her contempt and then messy divorce.  Even though many men can’t articulate this reasoning, it is what it is; deep down they understand it.


Posted in Dating????, FarmBoy, Feminism, Lies, Marriage
264 comments on “Awesome Single Women Revisited
  1. Cill says:

    Men won’t put half their assets and future income into an investment unless it’s as close to rock-solid as can be. If the sales pitch is for a deal that offers no legal safeguards against the other party taking off with his assets, and she has a track record of breaking the deal, then it’s not an investment. It’s a fraud.

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  2. Farm Boy says:

    Short answer – these women are not what guys want

    Liked by 5 people

  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that women are finally coming to realize that hypergamy has a price. It will take some time, if ever, for the lesson to sink in. My guess is that they will find a way to blame all this on men. The original article came to this conclusion. Women will see men as being too picky when they are.


  4. Farm Boy says:

    This type of article never goes away. Perhaps they don’t want the real answer

    Liked by 3 people

  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Where are all the men?” This is the natural outcome of women indulging hypergamy. Add to that, they have been promoted ahead of men. So, men of superior status are short supply. In the meanwhile, they are all on internet dating sites and their inboxes are full of unread messages from men who were interested. Every so often, they have to delete a bunch of them unread to keep their inboxes from filling up.

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  6. mgtowhorseman says:

    Like the bullshit dating sites advertised on tv aimed at highly esducated people.

    Women will flock to it “finally my pick of doctors, lawyers, entrepeneurs who will love my brains.” They shell out god knows how much for memberships


    Crickets. Lots and lots of crickets. 5000 women and 12 guys.

    And dont want to guess what tbe degrees are of all these highly educated women.

    5% doctors (all gps)
    7% lawyers (all in family law)
    30% communications, journalism or other arts majors
    And 58% philosophy, womens studies, sociology majors.

    Oh and 1 chick with a stem degree there for a laugh.

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  7. mgtowhorseman says:

    P.s. in other news in response to SJW pressure, Tinder will remove all pictures and go to an 1980s DOS style text only interface.

    Cause you know…. Objectification and stuff..

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  8. Love says:

    I know a few men married to high powered women – corporate executives and physicians. Did those women get lucky? Exceptions to the rule? Or did they marry early enough to miss the deadline?


  9. Farm Boy says:

    Were the marriages successful?
    On the outside and on the inside?


  10. Love says:

    They’re still married and with kids. The women run the men but the men seem content and wanting to remain married.


  11. Farm Boy says:

    But women get tired of being in charge. Will they last?


  12. Love says:

    So far, yes. I do hear that one of the wives is labeled as ‘mean’ by the husband’s family. I am sure it is impossible for them to be domesticated and pleasant while leading as well …


  13. Farm Boy says:

    One can be a leader and pleasant at the same time. It can happen

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  14. Love says:

    Lol then these wives need to take a lesson 😉


  15. Wayne says:

    These types of articles are written by the mind control masters for the catharsis of the public – keeping them asleep in the Matrix. You know it when the show or article talks fluff and has no logic or alternative perspectives.

    When people see their worries and deepest fears bandied about on talk shows and society columns, they can accept it as commonplace, forget their fears and get a feeling of assurance. Then they can go back to what they were doing, overeducating themselves, overconsumption, hypergamy, and so on.

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  16. Ame says:

    had a wonderful evening with my Oldest. truly, she amazes me. anyway … we went into Lowe’s to get some things, and we remarked how she, her sister, and i have always loved Lowe’s and Home Depot! she said, “I don’t like clothes shopping or jewelry stores, but Lowe’s and Home Depot! I love those!” 🙂

    i told her that if she ever fills out a dating form, she needs to mention that! 🙂

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  17. earl says:

    The smarts or the job a woman has doesn’t concern me (well most jobs…I don’t think I’d get involved with a stripper).

    I care more about if she’s good at being a woman. I don’t consider conflictive, sassy or independent good traits.

    God fearing and pleasant are better. Self-reliance is a plus…but we all need help from others every once in a while.

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  18. Ame says:

    Earl – Self-reliance is a plus

    how would you define self-reliant?


  19. earl says:

    She can cook, she can run a house, she is responsible at her place of work and life in general, she actually has skills rather than bragging about it.

    A 1950s housewife were more self-reliant than most modern man hating feminists who tell us how independent they are.

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  20. Cheque d'Out says:

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  21. earl says:

    ‘One can be a leader and pleasant at the same time. It can happen’

    Not when it comes to husband and wife.

    One should be the leader, the other should be pleasant.

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  22. earl says:

    And it seems wives become unpleasant if they are the leader the majority of the time.

    Liked by 4 people

  23. Cill says:

    ‘One can be a leader and pleasant at the same time. It can happen’

    Can it? The question of the ages.


  24. Wayne says:

    “One can be a leader and pleasant at the same time. It can happen!”

    As Theodore Roosevelt said,

    “Speak softly and carry a big stick!”

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  25. SFC Ton says:

    First, these women probably have 421 point check lists that lots of fine guys can’t (and don’t really want to put in the effort to) meet. Second, the fellas look at these women and immediately alarm bells start ringing — HIGH MAINTENANCE. Third, from a truly objective measure, these women are usually not as awesome as they are portrayed to be.

    LOL awesome especially point #3

    Often under appreciated by the cucks, feminist, save the West types is round about age 24 or so, the high maintenance bitch alarm becomes a stronger and stronger force among single men. By 40 or so most men want a bitch who is a little better then ok looking, who wont make his life more complcated with her bulshit, who wont drag him out to do dumb shit twice a week, who won’t spend his money on her bullshit, who cleans up well for work events, and who will enthusiastically suck his cock every other day.

    The other side make this mistake because they don’t grasp how quickly men get over the dumbshit women do and celebrate. Now let’s add how most women basically want the same 20-30% of men and that low maintenance bitch factor becomes an even bigger deal sense if the guy is good at pulling ass he doesn’t have any real reason to stay with a chick beyond the 12-18 month mark( casual observation tells me a woman’s A game girl game p last about 12 months. Around about then the mask begins to slip and you start seeing the real her etc and then it’s a 2-4 month ltr decline before she starts deliberately destroying the relationship. Which she does so she can play the victim post break up)

    Girls just make their marriage prospects worse by not landing a man by 20-22

    My sainted, uneducated hillbilly grandma use to say a man had to be married up before he got a truck, a dog and a honey hole fishing spot. Which was her way of saying men are low maintenance and natural born MGTOW

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  26. SFC Ton says:

    Every once in awhile Earl says some legit shit. I don’t think most men would disagree with Earls short lists but I also don’t think most men give it much thought. Men are not very deliberate in their thinking or actions these days.

    Fuzzie ain’t laying about the online dating deal. The Girls had a few feminist articles for me to read all of which mentioned some version of having an online dating profile just to get a boost from all the cyber attention.


  27. SFC Ton says:

    One can be a leader and pleasant at the same time. It can happen’

    Can it? The question of the ages.

    The Ton says no. Lestwise not in real life where one has to make shit decisions and enforce shit rules no one fucking likes.

    Leadership is a shit job, and dumb sgitbideas like being a leader and being pleasant at the same time makes chicks, cucks etc etc shit leaders. Next thing you know you are Germany, self gencoding your own people because your leadership is being pleasant while the other team is playing to win

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  28. Cheque d'Out says:

    Sorry Canadians but this helps take my mind off of my catastrophic PM.

    Liked by 5 people

  29. Cheque d'Out says:

    Six Nations – Ireland v Wales just started


  30. Cheque d'Out says:

    Another Pooh meme that I like

    (in addition to the ‘the day we burn this motherfucker down’ meme)


  31. Cheque d'Out says:

    Free with this post on SpawnySpace

    Don’t ask about what the marrow’s for.


  32. Cheque d'Out says:

    Getchyer popcorn

    Is Black Panther Islamophobic?

    The Marvel Studios movie may inadvertently reinforce the negative portrayal of Muslims


  33. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t think that they are so awesome. Last week, I read this post on Return of Kings. To save you the trouble, this guy is visiting Canada and wanted a date. He messaged one hundred women on Tinder, got twenty replies, which boiled down to four confirmed dates, three of which didn’t show. Since it was Tinder, he neglected to mention that he must have swiped right on eighteen hundred women to find one hundred matches to message. Tinder’s own admission is that men have to swipe right eighteen times as much as women to get the same number of matches.
    I don’t know when this will catch up with women, but it will.
    How hard can it be to go out on a coffee date with a guy who expresses interest?

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  34. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Tell me that wasn’t Piglet!

    Liked by 1 person

  35. Cheque d'Out says:

    Dunno Fuzz.

    Hunny dipped pork spare ribs anyone?

    Liked by 2 people

  36. Cheque d'Out says:

    Hard fought first half with Wales and Ireland almost level pegging (no filth)


  37. Cheque d'Out says:

    How was your Friday night?

    Liked by 1 person

  38. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Much explaining to judge former Freemason must do.

    Liked by 1 person

  39. Farm Boy says:

    Librarians at Simmons College have published several online guides surrounding social-justice issues, include a recent one that warns against “transmisic microaggressions.”
    According to the school’s librarians, “transmisia” is a state that leads to “cis fragility” among non-transgender people, who allegedly want to “restore and reproduce cisnormativity.”

    Liked by 1 person

  40. Farm Boy says:

    A Georgia woman who had recently lost her home to her ex-husband in a bitter divorce battle decided that if she couldn’t live there, nobody could. According to Fox News, Adrienne Satterly stacked up mattresses in her living room and set them ablaze. The fire quickly spread out of control, burning down her home, and damaging 19 others in her neighborhood.

    Liked by 1 person

  41. Farm Boy says:

    A teenager has revealed that she spends £1,000 a month of her parents’ cash in a bid to look like a real-life Barbie.


  42. Cheque d'Out says:

    Although I believe that he was only a part time one? Relief one?

    Liked by 3 people

  43. Farm Boy says:

    A weathergirl dubbed ‘Argentina’s sexiest’ has insured her famous bum to protect it from “all risks”.

    Sol Perez insured her taut derriere for £72,000 GBP (2million Argentine Pesos) after finding a company who was willing to offer a suitable settlement for her most-prized asset.

    Liked by 1 person

  44. Farm Boy says:

    A wedding photographer has been outed by a newlywed couple who took him to court over photos of their big day. Steph and Paul Unwin were horrified to find they had 96 pictures of their bridesmaids – including close-up shots of cleavage and bums – and only 11 of the actual groom.

    Liked by 1 person

  45. Cheque d'Out says:

    A fantastic question. And starts with japery


  46. Cheque d'Out says:

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  47. Often under appreciated by the cucks, feminist, save the West types is round about age 24 or so, the high maintenance bitch alarm becomes a stronger and stronger force among single men. By 40 or so most men want a bitch who is a little better then ok looking, who wont make his life more complicated with her bullshit, who wont drag him out to do dumb shit twice a week, who won’t spend his money on her bullshit, who cleans up well for work events, and who will enthusiastically suck his cock every other day.

    Well wimmenz, no more fucking excuses. If you want to get married Ton just gave you the plan, and it’s 99% guaranteed to work. And it’s completely fucking do-able. Men are’t out there asking, “Where are all the billionaire Swedish bikini models?” They’re looking for women like Ton described. And that ain’t asking a whole fucking lot either. If you can’t get down with that plan, fuck you, you deserve your cats and wine-in-a-box lifestyle.

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  48. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    A woman in Georgia has much restitution to pay. Let’s not all hold our breath.

    Nobody is going to pull a fast one on that kid.


  49. Farm Boy says:

    CBS News has a strange way of marking Valentine’s Day. On the Sunday after Wednesday’s romantic dinners and flowers, “Sunday Morning” linked the day to a deep study of marital infidelity.

    Reporter Tony Dokoupil found an expert: therapist Esther Perel, author of “The State of Affairs: Rethinking Infidelity.” He also found two cheating wives who explained their cheating ways without any guilt. CBS insisted we need to “rethink our attitude” toward the sin of adultery.

    It happens in every period of time and every culture, CBS explained. So does murder, and it’s uncertain whether CBS thinks we must “rethink” that, too. There should be no villains when infidelity happens, Perel lectured: “To think about them just as a good person and a bad person does not help the millions of people who are experiencing it — the children, the friends, the family.”

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  50. Who needs the devil, when we have the fine folks at CBS?

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  51. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    After that, it is hard to deny that we live in a society dedicated to advancing feminine primacy. They really want to make it all right for women to cheat while holding men’s feet to the fire.

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  52. Farm Boy says:

    It started innocently enough, with a poster advertising a Women in Math club event at BYU that featured “data science, topology, number theory and dynamical systems.” It had photographs of the people who would speak at the event.

    But because those speakers are men, it was attacked

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  53. Cheque d'Out says:

    Marriage eh!

    Liked by 3 people

  54. SFC Ton says:

    Fuzzie, do you have a link for the 18 to 1 ratio? Not that I disbelieve but I would like to read the whole deal and didn’t find it via Google.

    Spwany as I continue down the path of betrayal that is old age and the boss life, I have had to leave traditional bbq be and mostly make sauces out of honey. So hell yeah man! Works well on fried chicken wings too…. not digging it as a pulled pork sandwich

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  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I wonder if any of the feminists offered to speak in place of the men?
    “Maths is hard. I’m going to be a stripper.”

    Liked by 1 person

  56. Cheque d'Out says:

    Would have been nice to sample a real Southern BBQ, can’t see it happening now though


  57. SFC Ton says:

    That freemason knows how to party! Anyone have his email address? I want to invite him to my next hodown

    Liked by 2 people

  58. SFC Ton says:

    Pretty sure I have the how to’s of that on my blog Spawny. It’s real damn simple and you’ll have iit worked out after a coouple of go arounds

    Liked by 1 person

  59. Cheque d'Out says:

    I may give it a go, Ton. I’m having a mini beer festival here at the end of May. Hopefully, with weather willing…BBQ


  60. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This may be the last source on the internet for that number. I can see why Tinder would want to suppress it.

    Billions are spent every year on internet dating subscriptions. Some of these people should not only be put out of business, they should be in jail. A lot of this is simply fraud.

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  61. SFC Ton says:

    If i don’t have my bbq sauce laid out on my blog I will bang that post out for you

    It really is retard simple

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  62. SFC Ton says:

    Thanks Fuzzie


  63. SFC Ton says:

    I’m riding to the Grand Cayon in May. Bitch style though. Ie staying in hotels. Me, Ton2.0 and She Ton’s Owner on bikes. The women folks and fuck trophies will fly in

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  64. Cheque d'Out says:

    Cheers Ton. And bons routes (like bon voyage but for a road trip)


  65. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The original source for the “eighteen to one” number was Tinder itself.


  66. SFC Ton says:

    Thanks boss

    Hard to imagine how they stay in bidness Fuzzie. Especially the ones you habe to pay for

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  67. Farm Boy says:

    Have any foreign leaders arrived toCanada dressed in Mountie costumes?

    — Mark O’Henly (@SeeClickFlash) February 19, 2018

    Liked by 4 people

  68. Cill says:

    “Men are intimidated by female intelligence” is just a bum steer feminism has given the world.

    FWIW I know some young blokes who compiled a “Flag Alert” list. They say the alarms should ring when women use any of these words frequently or in their descriptions of themselves or their work:


    They juxtaposed words to provide context e.g.
    “Against” and “For”

    As in:

    “Women Against Rigour”
    “Women For Equal Pay”

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  69. Cill says:

    Fukkin hell Spawny at 6:25 pm


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  70. Cill says:

    “Marriage eh”

    I reckon.


  71. earl says:

    ‘How was your Friday night?’

    Minus the Freemason part…about the same.

    Liked by 3 people

  72. Cill says:

    Incorrigible bastard.
    Utterly priceless.

    Liked by 1 person

  73. earl says:

    ‘He also found two cheating wives who explained their cheating ways without any guilt. CBS insisted we need to “rethink our attitude” toward the sin of adultery.’

    The Cuck Broadcasting System.

    Liked by 1 person

  74. earl says:

    “Men are intimidated by female (blank)”…is something single, cat loving, discontent women tell themselves to make themselves feel better.

    Of course I’ve noticed they never say ‘men are intimidated by an outstanding female form’…most of them after all are obese.

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  75. Cill says:

    “Of course I’ve noticed they never say ‘men are intimidated by an outstanding female form’…most of them after all are obese.”

    Hey Earl is that deliberate humor or I am just finding everything amusing this morning? No offense mate.

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  76. M says:

    Did I not say ch——g?

    Did I not?


  77. SFC Ton says:

    Susannah (not her real name), a 35-year-old single woman living in New York City, told Quartz, “When I moved to New York 16 years ago guys would ask me out everyday—in the subway, in a coffeeshop. Now, that never happens. Guys can just go on Tinder on their phones where there are tons of women and there’s no fear of being rejected. It changed the dating scene.”

    LOL is it tinder that ended her options or the 16 years of aging…..

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  78. Cill says:

    Now listen here M.

    It’s getting to the stage where I’d tell you to piss off were you not so damn good looking. I see that smile on your face and I’m coming your way baby.


  79. earl says:

    And I often think bragging about intelligence is just a cover up for the fact you don’t have very many other skills in life.

    I was listening to a guy on the radio who made the comment ‘If I had the choice between being the smartest person in the room and timid or smart enough and aggressive…I’d take the later.’

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  80. earl says:

    ‘Hey Earl is that deliberate humor or I am just finding everything amusing this morning? ‘


    I’d guarantee she’d turn a few heads if she said…’men are intimidated by my beauty, my breasts and tight backside’.

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  81. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    From the sound of it, it might be a good idea to put a toothbrush in your purse.

    Liked by 1 person

  82. M says:

    If I have time!


  83. Farm Boy says:

    “It’s really disheartening to have to endure that, being forced to be silent,” the engineer explained.

    The culture of hostility to conservatives runs deep at Google, the former employee argued. When human resources departments realize an employee is conservative, they retaliate. “It wasn’t directly fired like I was, but they said, ‘Let’s put you on some sort of performance plan.'”

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  84. earl says:

    ‘A teenager has revealed that she spends £1,000 a month of her parents’ cash in a bid to look like a real-life Barbie.’

    Don’t mess with what God gave you ladies.

    Also…what type of parents does she have? The dad can simply say…’no’.

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  85. molly says:

    Hee heee

    Cill slept more than 4 hours last night. I always know! M knows as well. He is full of mischief. Too much energy eh.

    Me too.. Yo! Must challenge my hubby to a wrestle



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  86. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Was this what you had in mind?

    Liked by 2 people

  87. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You don’t treat husbands that way! You’re supposed to feed them and other stuff.

    The response “YUP!” reminded me of when Gary Cooper went to New York. The ladies there had never seen a man like him. He was very popular. They would probably go nuts for Choicy.


  88. earl says:

    She’s talking about another kind of wrestling. The good kind.

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  89. Cheque d'Out says:

    Men! Form an orderly queue (or line, if you must)

    Liked by 1 person

  90. Cheque d'Out says:

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  91. Farm Boy says:

    Antioch recently extended its Sex Week into a month. “We wanted to bring even more pleasure-based sex education and gender-based education,” said Iris Olson, a 2017 graduate, who is studying for a master’s degree in public health at Boston University and uses the pronouns they/them/their. Mx. Olson, 23, who prefers that gender-neutral honorific, helped organize Month of Sex events.

    During them, programming has included screenings of ethical pornography, a “Kiss and Tell” story-sharing event, “Dildo Bingo,” a ropes-and-bondage workshop and an Antioch traditional event that students attend dressed to express themselves along the gender continuum.

    A “sex positive” culture has everything to do with the S.O.P.P., Mx. Olson said. “Being able to talk to a partner or multiple partners about what you like, what you would like to experiment with — to have a negotiation whether it’s about B.D.S.M. or extra cuddling, whatever gets you going — those discussions are what make sex wonderful. You have more control of the situation

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  92. Cheque d'Out says:


    Turn it in, get on the hurry up, I’ve just witnessed a thing on sky news Rarer than a creosote Basildon Baboon celebrating her 19th birthday to a soundtrack of pinky and perky hip hop and rancid paint-it-by-numbers alto tune R&B with some cunt in max walls tights playing the bongo’s over the top at Micky Norcross’s the only way is essex, Ministry of Tucker and Tate shite, The Sugar Hut , Brentwood, and leaving her hymenal ring unruptured from the attentions of 3rd tier gangsters bedecked in stone island with chunky sovereign ringed Fingers, despite her being plied with an henry the 8th wrap of petrol washed spice melange straight out of a wax seal plucked from a dead Bogota’s orphans arsehole and washed down with a bottle of mid quality range Krug with fucking sparklers in the top.. a charity advert for poverty in ENGLAND.

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  93. Yoda says:

    Even if green she was,
    Interested I would be not.

    Liked by 2 people

  94. Cheque d'Out says:

    Max Wall.


  95. Cheque d'Out says:

    Pinky and Perky.


  96. Cheque d'Out says:

    Those are the only clues I’m giving. Enough cultural appropriation for one day

    Liked by 1 person

  97. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Antidote for Yoda,

    The original Star Trek green girl.

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  98. molly says:

    Yes! I was trained to do so by my mum and elder ladies of my clan. I kept my self all my life for the man! Sex is best you can possibly imagine when you only have the one. Think of him! Love him to bits!


    (just as well I’m not a bloke or I would be a wee bit violent eh)


    heh heh

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  99. Cheque d'Out says:

    That was an Eraser of Love comment above. In case it wasn’t more than obvious. He was somewhat agog at seeing an advert for a charity for poor people in the UK. Perhaps the well for charity abroad is beginning to run dry?

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  100. Love says:

    I love grilling! A girlfriend of mine once attempted to bake steak. I nearly passed out. Got her a cast iron skillet the next day, saying that’s the only substitute if not on the grill.


  101. Love says:

    Ton, how else would you do it if you weren’t staying in hotels?


  102. earl says:

    ‘Men! Form an orderly queue (or line, if you must)’

    I think Yoda’s meme should always be the retort…change it for fatties or any other woman with delusions of grandeur.

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  103. earl says:

    I don’t know about you guys…but her organs being suffocated to death is quite intimidating to me.

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  104. Cheque d'Out says:

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  105. M says:

    Molly ❤


  106. earl says:

    ‘only women have the right to kill children.’

    Starting by kicking the father out of the home.

    When the next school shooting comes I’m sure the words…’the father was unavailable for comment’ will be there.

    Liked by 1 person

  107. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am glad that you feel that way about your husband. Too bad there are no bears in New Zealand. I would ask if you knew any who felt as you do.

    Liked by 1 person

  108. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Earl, everytime that Captain Capitalism writes that, I shudder.

    Liked by 1 person

  109. M says:

    Molly is so right about “one”!

    But the violence… POW etc seems so much at odds with the girl I know.

    FYI can I tell a little secret or might he chastise me again?
    (I hope so I love being chastised)

    (whispering) I just can’t imagine molly as a bloke. If this blog could see one of its commenters here, she is truly the most beautiful feminine creature I have ever seen by a very very long way – apart from her “clan” darn them all! 😉 “Jaw dropping” in my dad’s words.

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  110. earl says:

    Molly’s ancedote is much better story about how things should be than that Leah La Rosa’s rambling discertaion of her abusive past fornicator. At least she’s strong, independent and male repellent now.

    It’s almost like women weren’t meant to have lots of male lovers before they finally tie the knot and become their husband’s worst nightmare.

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  111. M says:

    (run and hide)

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  112. SFC Ton says:

    Free. On the ground and under the stars like Sky 6 intended


  113. Yoda says:

    TrigglyPuff that up there would be?


  114. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    While I have heard reports of Molly being exceptional, it is hard for me to think of her other than as the Rainbow Furby. There is a lot of mischief in her.

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  115. M says:

    Bless you, fuzziewuzziebear.

    Liked by 1 person

  116. M says:

    Ah me what to do when so happy? I’m the happiest woman in the world. I so wish I could tell you all why. I must sign out or I can see mhyself weakening and spilling the beans!

    Signing out.

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  117. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Why do I get the feeling that it has nothing to do with playing board games?


  118. Cheque d'Out says:

    The original sexbot

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  119. mgtowhorseman says:


    Thanks! That eye bleach really stings.

    We have a landwhale trigger warning policy around here!!!!

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  120. Yoda says:

    Gratuitous photo of what women should look like this is

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  121. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It took a while, but I remembered what they are wearing. They’re called dresses.

    Liked by 1 person

  122. Cill says:

    Re: BBQ-ing

    Yep, free range beef chewing its cud in the paddock when you innocently walk up to it and shoot it through the brain. Peace is the beast’s moment of eternity and the meat is tender as only heaven knows how much. After the carcass has hung for a week get your cobbers over for a barby.

    Bbq it outdoors. All you need is a hunting knife and chopping board and a wood fire under an iron plate from your workshop or cadge one from an engineer in town.

    My favourite bbq-ing place is on the cliff top while I keep an eye on the gulls and the tide and signs of the size of the prey near the surface (the bigger the prey the bigger the predator below it). Eat well, have a good kip and get up at the crack of dawn (now now no asking “who’s Dawn?”) to catch a fish for brekky. The sea air gives you an appetite and stops you getting fat (IMHO).

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  123. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The bear was more polite than the humans.

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  124. Cill says:

    ‘Struth, I’ve given myself an appetite and a half. Bbq on the clifftop coming up. Y’all welcome. Got enough farm kill and hunt kill and sea catch in me larder to feed a mini multitude.

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  125. Yoda says:

    Invite Moe and his Mum you should

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  126. molly says:

    Now I got the munchies as well! Off to Cill’s cliff top we go for a barby this minute! Me and hubby and baby and baby-to-be aboard boat we go


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  127. Love says:

    Sounds wonderful. Though I admit I appreciate a hot shower and a soft bed.

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  128. earl says:

    ‘It took a while, but I remembered what they are wearing. They’re called dresses.’

    It took me even longer to figure out the other thing they are wearing….it’s called a smile.

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  129. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Baby to be? Things move fast with you. In a couple of months, we’ll all be told that you are a grandmother.


  130. earl says:

    ‘I’m the happiest woman in the world. I so wish I could tell you all why.’

    Must be a great man.

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  131. Cheque d'Out says:

    As I can’t make the bbq due to the late invite and not inconsiderable flight times, I hope Tom can stand in for me when greeting the arrival of the seaplane at Fantasy Cill Island?

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  132. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I got a glimpse of your comment while the page reloaded. I thought you were referring to hats. Watching a very old home movie with my aunt, she was turning white as a sheet. All the women were wearing hats and they were all deceased. I speculated on the connection because my aunt was not wearing a hat. That made her feel better.
    As for the smiles, they are not playing a mean trick on boys either.

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  133. earl says:

    I’ve finally started to enjoy cold showers….dont think I’ll ever go back.

    If it’s good enough for Putin it’s good enough for me.


  134. Cheque d'Out says:

    And Wee Meddy can play Tattoo?

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  135. molly says:

    Yes Fuzzie Dubya Bear I’ll have 3 or 4 children before 25 and stop. Then I will work on nice sexy figure for my hubby. Them’s my rules and I luv ’em. Uh-oh a wee crawling person and a cliff.. Must go.

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  136. Cill says:

    “I hope Tom can stand in for me when greeting the arrival of the seaplane at Fantasy Cill Island?”

    I think the pilot would take one look at him and refuse to land, me old mate.

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  137. Cill says:

    When the sun goes over the yard arm I’m going to partake of a CDDU. Or a nautical rum.

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  138. Cill says:

    “They’re called dresses.”

    Bare legs are real nice to touch under a dress. It’s a hell of a sexy start to a tryst.

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  139. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Got to keep an eye on those littles. I remember my nephew getting on the wrong side of a balcony and I forced myself to walk calmly to him to get him on the safe side. He was three years old and grinning from ear to ear. Fearless.


  140. molly says:

    Fuzzie it makes me feel all creepy thinking about that. (shudder) I hope my kids are not too dare devilish! It is a family trait.

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  141. Cill says:

    I seem to remember a certain person pestering me for permission to jump off the 80 foot cliff at my first place. Thank goodness she has got over that. The cliff here is even higher.

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  142. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    My brother told to never tell that story. He and my Dad were there too. I was the one who took kid inventory. Still, I wonder how many times kids do things that would horrify their mothers but come to nothing and they’re not talking.

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  143. Cill says:

    The sun has gone over the yard arm and I’m about to take a shot of nautical rum.

    Cheers everyone!

    “He who goes to sea for pleasure would go to hell to pass the time!”

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  144. Cill says:

    Man I’ve had a good life. For years I specialized in dangerous projects that took me to some of the most forbidding environments on the planet. In some of the world’s most remote places far from the law, I managed hard men, some of them were cut-throats and murderers. Did well out of that financially. Then I sold my first place for a price that set me up for life, bought my second place and here I am and I’m thinking, time to settle down a bit.


    “For the most part, a sailboat navigates through its world of wind and water not leaving a single trace of its passage. Nothing is consumed. Nothing is altered. The winds and the water are left in exactly the same condition for the next user. Sailing is forever.”

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  145. earl says:

    Women certainly had it terrible back then…wearing dresses, smiles on their faces, healthy weight, liking men, being happy. Thank goodness feminism saved them from that oppression and now they can live in the strong empowered life of misery and slavery instead.

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  146. earl says:

    Another group of smiling, well-dressed, oppressed women. If only they had yoga pants and a paper pushing career so that they could take care of their wine habit and their cat. I bet they didn’t even realize they could take birth control and have their hormones out of whack so they’d be in a foul mood all the time.

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  147. earl says:

    Don’t they know what anti-depressants are? Or how much fun and rewarding it is to get a degree in Cultural Marxism so that they can hate half the world’s population unjustly? I mean they look so happy I bet they aren’t even aware of male privilege.

    I’m also confused by their lack of tattoos, blue hair, and septum piercings.

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  148. earl says:

    I’d think if I were to somehow go back to the 1950s and see that group of women…I’d be like a kid in a candy store. That would be the upside to time travel.

    However Back to the Future pointed out the ONE downside to going back into the near past. You might get the wrong woman infatuated with you.

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  149. SFC Ton says:

    I call dibs on them bitches


  150. SFC Ton says:

    Qui audet adipiscitur

    The Ton salutes you Cill

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  151. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    We will never see a truthful study done, but I wonder how much hormonal birth control affects women. I do remember a great thread on it over at SSM’s. I think that Japan only made it legal in 2000.


  152. Cill says:

    Cheers Ton


  153. Cill says:

    Bloody hell Earl you’ve got me laughing, which is not very hard to do at the moment.

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  154. earl says:

    ‘ but I wonder how much hormonal birth control affects women.’

    In my rough research of it…the hormones basically trick the woman’s body into thinking it’s pregnant.

    Now we all know how women can act with wacky hormones in pregnancy…but at least they get a kid out of the deal. I’d hate to think what it’s like to think you are pregnant only to not ever have a kid…and to think you are pregnant all the time instead of getting a break with the birth and afterward whatnot.

    That’s why they also choose mates differently on the pill. Long story short…you don’t want a woman to be attracted to you while on the pill. It signals less masculine.

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  155. Yoda says:

    In homes across America, feminist mothers are teaching their daughters a dangerous message: men — all men — are not to be trusted. “I know not ALL men are creepers,” writes Jennifer Jarvis, on popular mommy site, Scary Mommy, “but I’m teaching my daughter they are.”

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  156. mgtowhorseman says:

    “Our government is trying to be, and I think is quite successful, at being a feminist government,” Jean-Yves Duclos, minister of families, children and social development, told The House on Friday.

    He stressed that gender equality is at the heart of the development of the government’s work surrounding parental leave.


    Fucking barf.

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  157. mgtowhorseman says:

    Just spent a week diving there. Amazing beaches.


  158. mgtowhorseman says:

    Speaking of fantasy island

    Just spent a week there (on roatan) diving.
    Great water, good food, lots of drink.
    No midget though.


  159. earl says:

    ‘If you tell little girls that men are categorically not to be trusted, you immediately expose them to danger. Suddenly police officers, fire fighters, and other good Samaritans are to be run from — instead of run to — in an emergency. Male teachers shouldn’t be listened to. You shouldn’t call your older brother to come pick you up if you’re feeling uncomfortable somewhere. Your own father is inherently evil.’

    And let’s not forget our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ….a man.

    Oh yeah…also God in heaven…is a Father.

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  160. earl says:

    Yeah that Scary Mommy piece is quite a piece of work.

    ‘I’m teaching my children about consent. That they can say no. My goal is that my children will be able to recognize rape culture. That they’ll be able to reject it when they feel it imposed upon them. I’m talking about it, even if it’s uncomfortable.’

    I’m fine with the mom telling her daughters they can say no and that sexual assault isn’t ok. But I still have yet to see where she talks about when her daughters say yes outside of marriage when she gets the tingles and then she decides it was no after the predictable consequences come like regret for giving your body to a random guy or he doesn’t call back. Because consent doesn’t protect you from the emotional effects of fornication.

    What do I know though…I’m just full of toxic masculinity after all.

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  161. Yoda says:

    Earl an agent of the Evil Patriarchy he is.
    Evil because it dispenses truth it does

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  162. earl says:

    It’s actually a dirty trick by feminists to cover up their own bad behavior if you think about it.

    I want you to know about consent to sex but also know all men are rapists.

    So if she says no….that’s fine. The guy was a rapist after all.

    But if she says yes because of tingles and then regrets…he raped you because they’re all rapists.

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  163. earl says:

    Come to think of it…how do you determine consent to sex and all men are rapists? By the logic alone rape is sex without consent. It’s just deliberate confusion for women.

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  164. Yoda says:

    If a rapist a man is,
    And woman consent she does,
    Still rape it would be?

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  165. Cill says:

    In my present state (let’s say I’m relaxed) that’s a mind twister. Maybe Mrs Moe will explain it to me.

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  166. earl says:

    And what if she’s consenting but the man doesn’t…did he rape her by not raping her?

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  167. Cill says:

    Well he’s already a rapist by definition so

    Nope. I’ll put it in the “too hard” basket for now.

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  168. Ame says:

    hummm … those women in the 50’s are the grandmothers and great-grandmothers to the generations today. neither of my grandmothers were domestic though they both maintained a light, healthy weight through their whole lives. neither were happy but both stayed married to the same man till he died (both men died before their wives). both grandfathers beat my grandmothers, and both grandfathers were alcoholics. one GM was overly, obsessively protective (of my dad – only child), and the other abandoned her kids and husband to europe where she lived the good life – i doubt either were faithful to the other.

    yep … them good ol’ days.

    the more i learn of history, the more the theory of ‘the good ol’ days’ is proven to be an illusion.

    were women thinner in the 50’s? sure, but they were still women.

    the big difference btw the 50’s and now are the laws which favor and give permission for women to act out their slutty natures in public. but there are other times in history where women were not so virtuous, also. if not, then the bible wouldn’t have to address such women so harshly.

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  169. molly says:

    Hi Ame! It all seems far away from here.

    I love it at Cill’s place so still and quiet. It is like the world 20,000 years before cities and pollution and stoopid made up things like feminism. People didn’t live long but they sure had a beautiful world. We sit quiet. Baby is asleep. Hubby and Cill drink some rum and I sip water as I am pregnant. The sea looks flat yet we hear tiny wee waves on the beach. It is perfect.

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  170. molly says:

    Oops maybe I shoulda said 10,000 years ago! I looked up climate in nz 20000 years ago and it was the peak of the last ice age. No humans here (except moehau men.. are they human?) Not such a beautiful world for humans!

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  171. Cheque d'Out says:

    So, 20,000 years back it was more like the UK this coming week?

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  172. Cheque d'Out says:

    Two women were playing golf. One teed off and watched in horror as her ball headed directly toward a foursome of men playing the next hole. The ball hit one of the men. He immediately clasped his hands together at his groin, fell to the ground and proceeded to roll around in agony. The woman rushed down to the man, and immediately began to apologize. ‘Please allow me to help. I’m a Physical Therapist and I know I could relieve your pain if you’d allow me, she told him. ‘Oh, no, I’ll be all right. I’ll be fine in a few minutes,’ the man replied. He was in obvious agony, lying in the fetal position, still clasping his hands there at his groin. At her persistence, however, he finally allowed her to help. She gently took his hands away and laid them to the side, loosened his pants and put her hands inside. She administered tender and artful massage for several long moments and asked, ‘How does that feel’? He replied: It feels great, but I still think my thumb’s broken

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  173. Ame says:

    Ahh, Molly! I am so happy for you! 😊

    Liked by 1 person

  174. earl says:

    ‘were women thinner in the 50’s? sure, but they were still women.’

    Yeah but they didn’t commit the sin of gluttony. So by default they were more virtuous than women today.

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  175. Ame says:

    So … list the sins of a woman from the least to the worst 😏


  176. earl says:

    Wanting to be a man
    Having to Watch Their Stories
    Asking No Win Questions
    Having Lots of Clothes but Nothing to Wear
    Wanting a List

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  177. Ame says:


    they’re all pretty equal to me 😉

    I never understood women who want to be men – ewww. shopping – I hate it. having to watch their stories? i’m guessing to make sure they’re telling the same story if they’re lying? asking no win questions – lol! i’m probably guilty of that since I ask a LOT of questions! the men out here have been EXCEEDINGLY patient with me! 🙂 ahhh … the clothes thing. it just … is. gossip, gluttony, and envy – always bad.

    but … wanting a list?!!!!!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂 is that just a woman thing or a personality thing 😉


  178. SFC Ton says:

    Our government is trying to be, and I think is quite successful, at being a feminist government,

    One can be succesful or one can be a feminist but one cannot be both as they are mutually exclusive ideas

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  179. SFC Ton says:

    list the sins of a woman from the least to the worst………

    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Talking to much
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman
    Being a woman

    Women have always been women and the 1950’s were extremely liberal but it’s also the tail end of women being useful beyond life as a cock garage. Or so the theory goes. My theory being the best way to make a woman useful for a man is to treat her like a cock garage. Everything pretty much lines up after that. Your frame, her submission etc etc

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  180. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ame, nobody accused you of being average. That’s kind of the problem. (Not with you 🙂 )

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  181. Cheque d'Out says:

    The MSM issue illustrated using the ABBC (Anti-British Blathercasting Cunts)

    BBC Interviewer: “So, welcome to Terry Robertson and Justine Sidebottom. Terry, you represent make Britain Strong Again, a Far-Right political pressure group. Justine, you speak on behalf of The Anti-Fascist League of Trans-fluid Cookery Authors. Welcome to you both. Terry Robertson, if I may start by asking you…..”

    Terry: “Hold on a moment. You described me as being of the Far-Right.”

    Interviewer: “Yes, I did. Is that incorrect?”

    Terry: “It’s you who coined the term, not me.”

    Interviewer: “Please, explain.”

    Terry: “The group I represent is called Make Britain Strong Again. What is Far-Right about that? Isn’t that a laudable aim? Isn’t a stronger Britain something to strive for? Shouldn’t all decent British people desire to see their country taking its rightful place in the world and trading…………?”

    Interviewer: “Of course. Nobody would argue with any of those aspirations, but it’s what is implied….”

    Terry “What’s implied? You are suggesting that somehow those aspirations are ‘of the right’. You are smearing my name and the name of our organisation before we have even had the opportunity to say who we are and what we want.”

    Justine: “Might I get a word in here?”

    Interviewer: “Hello Justine. Indeed. It’s good to have you with us and you represent a good cause. What specifically does the Anti-Fascist League of Trans-fluid Cookery Authors want to see?”

    Terry: “I’m sorry, but you have just shown yourself up for what you are. You have unpicked the name of my organisation and smeared it. In fact, you have done so even before this interview began by inviting this person to speak on behalf of what your viewers will assume is the other voice….”

    Interviewer: “We are simply trying to provide a balance.”

    Terry: “Balance! Anti-Fascist? Where are the fascists in the room? And as for Trans-fluidity, what has that got to do with politics?”

    Interviewer: “It’s important to respect the self-identification of all individuals and groups within society. It’s what makes us a civilised people, wouldn’t you say?”

    Terry: “Then why do you foist suppositions and assumptions onto me? Why not permit me to self-identify instead of labelling me with your own bogey-men before I have even uttered a word?”

    Interviewer: “Well, I’d hoped to touch on some of the issues in the News this week but sadly we have run out of time. Over now to Mahmood for today’s weather.”

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  182. Wanting a List

    Wickedly sharp, Earl.


  183. Those ’50s pictures are quite a reminder of so much of what has been lost, but, like Ame said, things weren’t always good in the good ole days. Still though very staged, those pictures speak of an ideal that was the hope of many, if not most people back then. A civilized society, made possible by hard work that generated income (usually the man’s) to buy nice things and still left enough time for leisure so that you could enjoy them. Contrast that with today, husband and wife both working full-time, kids in daycare, women during their errands in yoga pants, and its plain to me at least that things are much less civil than they used to be, and people are actually worse off from a mental health standpoint. The ’50s and very early ’60s (even in their least idealized versions) were the last real heyday of America’s can-do, positive approach to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

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  184. mgtowhorseman says:

    Awwww. Blew thru 100 million while having four very rich husbands. The poor thing.

    Oh and Trigger Warning…the picture ain’t pretty. (See thats how its done)

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  185. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    While I don’t know if Justin and his feminist cronies will be outed in the next General Election, but when they do get outed, the whole country is going to breathe a sigh of relief, with the exception of feminists, who will be suffering from apoplexy. Justin will give feminism such a bad name, it will stand for all time. Look what the Swedes did with “feminist snowplowing”.

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  186. mgtowhorseman says:

    My friends think I am nuts.

    Horse, you don’t have to work ever again given your lifestyle. Its -5 in a freezing rain storm and you are spending 6 continuous hours outside tending someone else’s horses for minimum wage!! What The Fuck!??

    I like horses.
    They need someone to care about them not see it as chores.

    It makes me walk, lift, toat, haul, shovel…you know…move.

    I’m aclimatized and have good gear.

    Cold fresh air clears the sedetary crap out of the lungs.

    Coming inside with frozen cheeks is the best feeling of relief.


    Because I tested myself, I powered thru and did something truly useful while toughing out hard conditions to help those who can’t take care of themselves.

    What did You Do Today??

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  187. mgtowhorseman says:


    Not gonna happen.

    With Vancouver, T.O., Montreal, Halifax our population is to skewed to the urban centres. No heartland like america to offset. The skinny jean entitled crowd will keep electing them for cash and prizes.

    Just look at the war between the NDP (to the left of Liberals) in power in BC versus Alberta over the pipeline when the Feds approved it costing our economy $30 a barrel in revenue.

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  188. Yoda says:

    I read this book last year as research for my novel-in-progress. The Story of Jane is an account of housewives in 1960s Chicago who, out of necessity, started an underground abortion service. It’s a thrill to read about women literally taking power away from men who had exploited other women, and to witness the change their work created

    Apparently housewives needed to do this out of necessity they did

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  189. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    If it is that bad, there is no possibility of a return to sanity. I am sorry.

    The thought of housewives getting together to perform medical procedures scares the stuffing out of me. Could this be why they made it legal?


  190. Yoda says:

    When asked whether he thinks there is a bias against Southerners at Google, Damore said, “Yeah, they generally think that all Southerners are stupid.” He remarked on the difficulty of keeping himself silent while hearing his fellow employees attack various conservative groups.

    Damore recalled “always having to be quiet on any political topic, and having to endure misrepresentations of conservative thought and trashing of conservative politicians, and really belittling the American South.”

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  191. Yoda says:

    President Bridges, college trustees, administration, and faculty believe that the answer to Evergreen’s current enrollment crisis is to double down on its specific brand of social and political activism as a primary selling point for prospective students. Perhaps this will prove to be a smart marketing strategy and Evergreen can fill a niche for undergraduates who are passionate and committed to fighting for the oppressed against those with privilege and power

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  192. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Californians have their prejudices too. However, I don’t think that this went over too well at George S. Patton’s home. John Singleton Mosby was a frequent visitor.


  193. Cheque d'Out says:

    If you’re after something to listen to while doing ‘stuff’


  194. Cheque d'Out says:

    ^^^ Live now ^^^


  195. Yoda says:

    Glee: The High School Massacre: ‘You just buried your friends, what are you going to do now?’ ‘We’re going on the Ellen Show!’

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  196. Yoda says:

    A female to male transgender high schooler has won the Texas Class 6A championship in the girls’ division for the second year in a row.

    The trans wrestler, Mack Beggs, is on a dosage of testosterone pursuant to her transition. Although all other wrestlers are prohibited from using steroids because it would create an unfair advantage, Beggs’ usage was permitted.

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  197. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Curious that a female to male competes with women while a male to female also competes with women. Hmmmmm….

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  198. Yoda says:

    An awesome single female it is


  199. Yoda says:

    Have the correct number of fingers Dudley does
    An improvement over Barack this would be

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  200. Yoda says:

    I powered thru

    Undoubtedly the real definition this was,
    Not the Hillary definition it would be


  201. Cheque d'Out says:

    Having trouble following this one but it does entertain


  202. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Good eye. Usually, cartoon characters have only three fingers.


  203. Cheque d'Out says:

    Don’t believe in Hell on Earth?

    Well that’s where you’re wrong suckah!!!

    [Made me think of Jar-Jar this did]


  204. Cheque d'Out says:

    It appears, from that Black Panther review above, that the film makes no damn sense at all. Imagine my shock

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  205. Yoda says:

    Only have three fingers I do

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  206. Yoda says:

    And a cartoon character I am not

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  207. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I think that Karen Straughan is on to something about ukuleles.

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  208. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t think that you were modeled after humans. Have triangular ears on the side of your head you do.


  209. Ame says:

    lol, Ton!


  210. Ame says:

    ahhh, thanks Spawny 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  211. Ame says:

    people are actually worse off from a mental health standpoint

    i’m not sure about that – the stories I’ve heard from that generation are quite horrific.


  212. Yoda says:

    The admin formed a protective shield immediately and encouraged teachers not to speak to the press in the immediate aftermath. They banned the press from the school grounds. When looking back at the initial reports, I found only one article that quotes a teacher and it’s obvious he hadn’t gotten the memo yet (he wasn’t in the school when it happened so the press got to him as he waited with everyone else). When it was discovered that the shooter was in band, media staked out the band director’s home. He refused to comment for two to three days while walking from his door to his car. They stopped going to his house. The Marshall students didn’t talk much to the press either. This is not due to lack of information on their part. Text and IMs reveal that most students knew the identity of the shooter within minutes while still hunkered down in classrooms and nearby local businesses while on lockdown.

    The Stoneman Douglas kids and teachers, in comparison, have been all over the media from the get-go, culminating, to date, in a CNN town hall. Why the difference? I go back to the leadership. The Marshall admin didn’t ask Kentucky students not to be interviewed, but by example, they showed them what was important. Instead of seeing school officials grandstanding or turning this into a national conversation before the bodies were cold, their only focus was the students. Media was regarded as a nuisance by all adults in those first few hours and days and the students saw that. Students and teachers spent all day and evening together on the day of the shooting. Teachers were not allowed to leave the offsite location until every student’s whereabouts were known, meeting with parents who picked up each one. There was no press allowed. The shooting was on Tuesday. On Friday, the first official, but optional, day back, students were told to enter through the gym and to bring their parents if they wished. Every worker, including teachers, administration, and custodial staff, was standing outside to greet them as they arrived. After hugging on the students, shaking hands with parents, grieving together, they went inside. Again, no press allowed on the grounds.

    At this point, the principal spoke to the student body, sharing in the grief, but also keeping them informed, being transparent, as to what had gone on while away (teachers had come to the school Wednesday and Thursday, been interviewed by the FBI, the commons area where the shooting occurred had been cleaned, etc.). The FBI leadership then spoke and told how his entire team had been wowed by the actions of the students at the school while reviewing the tapes. He commended them for quickly running and for picking up others who had fallen to keep them from getting trampled. He also praised the onsite deputy who had run toward the gunfire (it had taken him 30 seconds to run from his morning post in the parking lot to the commons area). Nowhere was there blame in any speech, just praise for doing what good humans do for each other.

    From there, students that had been in the commons area during the shooting were taken back there with their parents, while teachers looked on. Sounds kind of morbid, but the administration had already brought in counselors on site specializing in PTSD and terrorist/crisis situations and went with their recommendations. By sharing the details with their parents, walking in the steps they’d been in, you could feel that some of the students really needed to do this. They did this all again on Monday for those who hadn’t come on Friday. School days were shortened to allow for counseling sessions, funerals, and trips to hospitals.

    In contrast, the Florida students have been working through their grief and terror live in front of a nation. How can you face or reflect on what has happened if you are being interviewed every day, prompted with questions that are asked, not with your best interests in mind, but for some larger conversation? I don’t know why the admin and the parents didn’t shut this down, though I suspect, if you don’t shut it down from the start, you can’t do it later. Maybe they were too late and couldn’t do anything about it. Maybe the force of the press there has been too much for them to take and once one person talked, the dam exploded. All it takes is one person in charge being sweet-talked (“Don’t you want everyone to hear your story? Don’t you want justice and remembrance for the kids?”) and the ground is hijacked by those who have nothing to do you with your students and community.

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  213. earl says:

    I’m surprised that consperiacy theory site I found on wordpress hasn’t pointed out the ‘false flag’ angle with that Florida shooting. They always do with one of those highly mediacized shootings that lead to demanding gun control.


  214. Yoda says:

    I seem to remember a certain person pestering me for permission to jump off the 80 foot cliff at my first place. Thank goodness she has got over that.

    Moe a brash Mum he sure has


  215. earl says:

    About self defense….body language is key.

    ‘2. Project menace. Visible muscles, strong eye contact. Never admit you’re wrong or say you’re sorry in an argument with a potential threat. Don’t stare at the ground when you walk or keep hands in pockets. This is an excellent choice for men who are already tall or otherwise visually dominant. Avoid gang-style clothing, however. You don’t want to be mistaken for an actual gang-banger. You only want that perp to decide he’ll wait for the next potential victim.’

    ‘Start Nothing, Finish Everything, Die A Virgin’


  216. earl says:

    Strong eye contact is actually pretty interesting once you do it. It’s not like you ever get called out about it but you see quite a few things happen.

    Most men if you do it give you that ‘respect’ nod…or look at the ground away from you.

    Women either smile and look to the ground after catching your gaze, try to avoid it because they are already taken, or are dead inside because they don’t know what is going on.


  217. Cheque d'Out says:

    From the I shit you not archives


  218. earl says:

    Must be WE WUZ KANGZ month on the BBC.

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  219. earl says:

    ‘i’m not sure about that – the stories I’ve heard from that generation are quite horrific.’

    Their mental health problems were probably more from those two World Wars that happened.

    Ours is just the continuation from those times. Only now we have all sorts of pharma drugs and newly made up pyschological terms to give us a cover for them.

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  220. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    It has been obvious for a long while that the BBC has had an ax to grind. Now, it looks like they have gone off the deep end. It won’t be long before the men in the white coats have to be called.

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  221. Cheque d'Out says:

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  222. Farm Boy says:

    ‘i’m not sure about that – the stories I’ve heard from that generation are quite horrific

    I dunno. Anecdotal evidence from the past is iffy


  223. Yoda says:

    Apparently Justin has influence here not

    Iraqi courts have since tried dozens of women accused of voluntarily joining with ISIS. Another Turkish woman was sentenced to death in February, while 10 others of various nationalities were given life-imprisonment terms for alleged ISIS membership. Baghdad’s central court sentenced an unnamed German woman in January to death for traveling to Syria with her two children to join ISIS.

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  224. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Apparently Justin has influence here not.”
    Could it be that these courts, knowing that if these women are sent home, will have no penalties for their behavior. It is not just us that is sick of the pussypass.


  225. earl says:

    The women looked like women in the 50s. The mental health issues certainly weren’t as bad.


  226. Ame says:

    The women looked like women in the 50s. The mental health issues certainly weren’t as bad.

    sooo … appearance is the determining factor?

    i’m not going to argue this b/c i’m terrible in debate (terrible!) … but mental health issues are not new to this current culture. neither are all the ills of society that we live with. since the people who lived in the past are now, well, passed, it would be difficult to gather accurate data.

    the stories i’ve heard first and second hand are horrific. humanity is humanity. when it’s not stopped, it morphs into terrible things. in the past it was best to deny its existence or to hide it, and there weren’t the resources available today to understand a lot of it.

    one example … my grandmother and my mother were/are both dyslexic. that they couldn’t read well was seen as them being bad, and so they were treated badly for not being able to read well. both my sisters are also dyslexic, and that generation had a tiny bit more help but not much more. both my daughters are dyslexic, and their schools had an awareness of dyslexia and staff to help.

    this is a seemingly mild example, but both my grandmother and mother were treated horribly for not being able to read because of something they could not control. but my daughters were given help because it’s understood.

    when i was in my sexual abuse recovery group, there were people of all ages, and the stories of the women (and man) who were older than i were horrific … and their perpetrators were older than them.

    there is nothing new under the sun. depravity has always existed. there have been rules and boundaries and mores that have kept the rivers in check. as Ton said … men holding Frame and demanding their women submit to them is power.

    from the beginning it was Eve who pushed outside the boundaries God created, so God placed woman, once again, under man. the nature of women will always push the boundaries and rules (wrongfully so!). the nature of man is to rule women (rightfully so!).

    was talking to my 20 year old step son this past week, and in the midst of the conversation he said, “I just want to be in charge!” he was referring to his job and his boss, but i told him that is NORMAL! men are to be in charge, so work your way to that goal … and ALWAYS be in charge of women.


  227. Yoda says:

    If look like women, then hopefully “are women” they are.
    Probably goes a long way toward happiness this does

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  228. earl says:

    ‘appearance is the determining factor?’

    It’s the first one you see.

    Who looks more mentally ill…50s woman looking like women, or short blue hair tatted obese gal?


  229. Ame says:

    If look like women, then hopefully “are women” they are.
    Probably goes a long way toward happiness this does

    one would think, wouldn’t they, Yoda.

    ‘appearance is the determining factor?’

    It’s the first one you see.

    Who looks more mentally ill…50s woman looking like women, or short blue hair tatted obese gal?

    Ton has said before that women are deceitful (please correct me, Ton, if i mess this up 🙂 ). It seems everyone, or at least the men, agree with Ton that women are deceitful.

    So if we go with the premise that women are deceitful, can we, then, determine their mental sanity, or insanity, solely based on their appearance?

    i’m not saying appearance doesn’t matter; it does. for a lot of reasons. i’m saying that it is not a good indicator of whether or not a woman is mentally stable. just because a woman looks mentally stable does not mean she is.

    however, i will agree that there are some who look totally crazy and probably are 🙂


  230. earl says:


    That’s a textbook example of souless eyes.


  231. earl says:

    ‘So if we go with the premise that women are deceitful, can we, then, determine their mental sanity, or insanity, solely based on their appearance?’

    Sure…you see fatties promoting how beautiful they are. Or slutwalks promoting that lifestyle as something to be proud of. They are still deceiving themselves even though any rational person can see they are mentally ill.

    ‘ just because a woman looks mentally stable does not mean she is. ‘

    I don’t think I’ve ever met a mentally stable woman. Unless she has a great father or God fearing relationship. That’s why I get the 411 on those status first.


  232. earl says:

    Shoot the most mentally ill women are those who deceive themselves into thinking they don’t need a man.

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  233. Yoda says:

    In choice between semi-feral women and non-feral women, the latter happier and less f’ed up they would be

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  234. earl says:

    Ame isn’t telling me anything I don’t know. I just like women looking like women and for some reaon their chances of acting more ladylike are better at least in my experience.


  235. Thank you for this, Yoda,


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