A Different Kind Of Tingles

Tingles is a important concept in the Manosphere.  With hypergamy unleashed, it becomes the proxy by which the perceived top men are evaluated.  So to the top men they trample.

The next step is for their rationalization hamsters to justify why they deserve the perceived top men.  Actually it is super easy, barely an inconvenience.

The rationalization is because they are awesome and worth it.  That was rather easy.  Society backs them up on this, so it is a rather easy rationalization to make.  Perhaps it is not totally their fault.  Still, we all must deal with the consequences.

One set of my grandparents came over from Europe on the boat.  They stated that they were eternally grateful for the U.S. accepting them.  Of course they worked hard and were model citizens, but still they were so grateful; for there really was/is not any expectation that countries should accept immigrants from elsewhere.

My Mom was really into my Dad.  She was eternally grateful that a Steady Eddie type fella married her and provide what was needed for the family to be effective.  By listening to her talk in her later years, she seemingly was describing what were effectively tingles that my Dad elicited.  Of course, my Dad did not generate the raw tingles in the modern sense, but perhaps he did create a more refined set of tingles.

Your choice, raw tingles often leading to the unhappy tramp lifestyle; or refined tingles, leading to contentment.

Alos note that humility is in the center of all of this.



Posted in beta bux, FarmBoy, Feminism, Hypergamy, Marriage
189 comments on “A Different Kind Of Tingles
  1. Yoda says:

    When all your needs easily taken care of they are,
    Tingles only thing left there is

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  2. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I spent the better part of last night reading posts on Reddit. The impression that I came away with is that men are getting past forgiveness and looking forward to AI enabled sex robots. Women can stop being nervous about having to compete, it’s all over.
    They can go on about tingles all they want. They can lie, cheat, and steal to hop on alphas. It doesn’t matter anymore. They have blown it with men.

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    Perhaps they have a point. It was white women who benefited most from affirmative action. What else is there?
    Maybe it is just me. I am having a hard time trying to feel sympathy.

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  4. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    What is it going to be like when women realize they have made such a mess of things that men don’t want them? I think this may already be happening at the periphery. One guess is that the cads will stay busy, but that won’t be enough for women.

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  5. Yoda says:

    One guess is that the cads will stay bushy

    Yes they will

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  6. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Those cads! They are always busy.


  7. earl says:

    ‘What is it going to be like when women realize they have made such a mess of things that men don’t want them? ‘

    They’ll want more of our money.

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  8. earl says:

    Cads are doing the work no self respecting man would do. Fornicate with the dregs of womankind.


  9. earl says:

    I often wonder if they rationalize they deserve top men as an excuse to not commit to any other man. Or they know they are so terrible no average man would want to commit to them.

    It’s something I’ve been thinking about lately…how the combo of wanting a top man, yet not wanting to commit to any other man is how they go through life.

    Besides outside of tingles…how would they know what a top man truly is. Harley McBadboy and Serial Killer Steve seems to be a top man to clueless broads.

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  10. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “They will want more of our money.” That is standard, but they’ll have to get it via taxation. That may prove to be a problem with Medicare and Social Security unfunded.

    Somehow, I can’t see what the cads are doing as all that praiseworthy.


  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    They are not all that good with due diligence. I have noticed that. Add to that, they never seem to learn.


  12. Yoda says:

    Here lies the crux of the Times writer’s argument defending her smear against Peterson. Despite her article’s reporting style, little in Peterson’s actual quotes presents a pro-patriarchy view. In fact, “12 Rules For Life” emphasizes competence — not maleness or femaleness — as the standard by which power and influence should be attained.


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  13. Yoda says:

    So what The NY Times is saying is that being for the Patriarchy is the same as being for competence

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  14. Yoda says:

    There are people who are literally paid to purposefully break user guidelines on Gab.

    We’ve seen an increase in accounts that are only a month old breaking multiple guidelines on purpose and we aren’t going to stand for it. Our team and families have also been under attack, receiving threats of violence and more. We had a massive DDoS attack that took the site down for an hour last week. We are banning waves of spam bots daily.

    This is just some of what we deal with behind the scenes as we work to defend liberty for all. There are powerful people and organizations that want to see Gab fail by any means necessary. We won’t stand by and watch that happen.

    Please keep us in your prayers and thank you for your continued support.


    Media Matters has a group of paid online dissents known as Shareblue.

    They use the effective Communist tactic of infiltration for the means of subversion. Under the pretense of “defending free speech”, these paid trolls will do everything to shift the Overton Window to make Gab look like it is violating federal law.

    They do not want this site open for business during the 2018 Midterm elections


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  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It would seem that Ms. Bowles has expended the last of the New York Times reputation to slander Jordan Peterson. Feminists are worried and this is something that should be welcomed.
    About our opponents resorting to censorship, this didn’t work out all that well for them and Cassie Jaye’s movie. It had to backfire and generate more interest. I hope that it works that way for them next November and that the current administration is confirmed by maintaining a Republican majority in the legislature.

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  16. Yoda says:

    Jordan Peterson advocates being truthful he does.
    See why NY Times would oppose him I do

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  17. Yoda says:

    Women apparently really stupid they are

    Former Planned Parenthood Federation of America president Cecile Richards said on Friday that President Donald Trump’s proposed rule to cut Title X family planning funding from organizations that provide abortions would prevent women from knowing that abortion is legal and available in the United States.


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  18. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It is not that women are really stupid. It is that Planned Parenthood presumes they are.
    I would love to see the Federal government find a way to defund PP. They are baby part selling ghouls.

    About Jordan Peterson, he is right about monogamy. Feminists must hate that. They must want maximum license for women and maximum restriction for men.

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  19. SFC Ton says:

    Fornicate with the dregs of womankind.
    LOL the buttsore is strong with this one


  20. earl says:

    ‘LOL the buttsore is strong with this one’

    You seem the type who tells it like it is. I do the same.


  21. earl says:

    I got to hand it to her…she secured her best acting role in a lifetime. Might be Oscar worthy.


  22. Yoda says:

    In a departure from tradition, Markle walked much of the way up the aisle unchaperoned, followed by her 10 bridesmaids and page boys — a move that was seen as a powerful statement of her feminist principles.



  23. Farm Boy says:

    From Ton’s link

    Markle herself was already divorced at 32, after just 23 months of marriage, sending her ring back to her ex-husband via registered mail. Her divorce and her ruthless treatment of her ex imply low altruism and low impulse control, both key predictors of marital breakdown [Personality traits and mental divorce. Fani & Kheirabadi, Proceedia, 2011, 30:671-5].

    [Probably fail the marshmallow test she would]


  24. Farm Boy says:

    The world that the diversity trainers will usher the baristas into has a pristine, seamless wholeness to it. It is a world unto itself, unblemished by contact with reality, built from pure ideology: untutored trainers instructing blameless subjects in bogus science to cure a psychological defect that can’t be shown to exist, all at a staggering expense of time and money. Only a capitalist country as rich as ours could survive what its capitalists are doing to it.


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  25. Farm Boy says:

    So in order to be liked or valued by others, you have to be a celebrity and have a cool job? Why? And why do you have to prove your worth to anyone? What happened to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness? Isn’t that the real American dream? Now the dream is to become a shallow celebrity and look good to please others and try to prove your worth to them? No thanks.

    Here is the real life lesson men or anyone else would be better off learning: your worth and value does not come from whether other humans like you because you are “cool.” It comes from feeling that your days here are of value to you and you are pursing the kind of life that you deem important.


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  26. “Current prime minister Theresa May was not invited.”


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  27. Farm Boy says:

    In April of 2011, the Obama administration changed Title IX policy, pressuring colleges to adopt procedures that dramatically increased the chances of a guilty finding in sexual misconduct cases. Justice for accused males became so rare that many turned to the courts, filing suit for loss of due process. Since then, universities and colleges have suffered 97 setbacks in these suits, few of them as dramatic as the ruling last Monday in a lawsuit against Johnson & Wales University of Providence, Rhode Island.

    After an hour-long oral argument in which Judge John McConnell (an Obama nominee) peppered JWU’s lawyers with skeptical questions, the judge ruled from the bench that the Title IX claim would proceed. “On the pleadings,” he said, he could “find no reason at all why the result was Mr. Doe’s expulsion. The only inference [is] . . . gender played a role,” in violation of Title IX.

    Even among the wave of dubious campus sexual assault adjudications, the JWU case was particularly problematic. The accused student, identified only as John Doe, had a short-term sexual relationship with a female student. Months later, the female student’s new boyfriend told JWU officials that she had been sexually assaulted. When Doe wanted to question the boyfriend about why he came forward, JWU cited university procedures to deny the request. (Incredibly, the university allowed the boyfriend—despite his status as a witness in the case—to serve as the accuser’s “advocate,” thus shielding him from questioning.) The school also refused to provide Doe with a written copy of his accuser’s complaint. (Instead, a JWU administrator orally read the document to the accused student.)

    This procedure ended with Doe found guilty, and JWU expelled him. The lawsuit resulted. University lawyers opened the hearing by conceding that the accused student’s breach of contract claim could move forward. But they alleged that there was no plausible gender discrimination in the case.


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  28. Farm Boy says:

    Women apparently think that all cats are cuddly

    A video that has been doing the rounds online this week shows the family of five- two women and three young children – pulling their car over and getting out to photograph a group of cheetahs lying in the grass only a few feet away. At first, the animals seem to completely ignore the tourists, who eventually get back in their car and continue the tour down a dirt road.

    The video cuts as the French tourists drive of, only to resume with one of the cheetahs they had photographed earlier sprinting towards something. That something is the same group of clueless tourists who had once again exited their car in order to get better snaps of the incredibly fast predators. This time, the cheetahs not only notice them, but surround and prepare to attack them as they would any other prey.

    One of the women realizes the danger and quickly gets into the car, as does one of the children, but the other woman, who happens to be carrying a small child in her arms, doesn’t seem too bothered. She just casually walks toward the car, shooing the animals away with her hand. Believe it or not, they all makes it back to the car unscathed, which I consider nothing short of a miracle, under the circumstances.

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    I am not impressed

    A very modern marriage: Harry and Meghan wed at St George’s Chapel in Windsor in an extraordinary star-studded, multi-cultural ceremony, the likes of which the Royals have never seen



  30. Cheque d'Out says:

    It’s a bit old but…

    [Litres the Brits use they do?]

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  31. earl says:

    I give it two years. She has a pattern after all.

    And I’m going to put the onus on Harry…he had more than enough red flags at his disposal and people in her own family warning him to not marry her.

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  32. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    now this is a special kind of sad…


  33. Yoda says:

    A very modern marriage

    Say that as if it is a good thing they do

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  34. Yoda says:

    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said President Trump’s branding of immigrant gang members as “animals” failed to recognize “that we’re all God’s children.”


    A Catholic who supports abortion she is

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  35. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    When Spawny reported that the venue in Ireland cancelled, I presumed that was it. This will be a disaster and the family has my sympathies.


  36. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It is like they are grasping at anything to defame the sitting President. MS-13 is so vicious, if they were animals, they would be hunted down. They can’t help but alienate people in the center. I guess that is what they end up with by choosing to support feminism.


  37. earl says:

    Modern marriage is the wife has all the power to rebel and the husband has the power to be put on the leash.


  38. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Given those points, it is unworkable. Ironic that women got everything they asked for to get to this point?

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  39. Cheque d'Out says:

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  40. RichardP says:

    @fuzzie said: “… women got everything they asked for… ”

    There is a saying that this comment brought to mind: “don’t confuse the map with the terrain”.

    Q: What do women want?
    A: To be a man / to be like a man.

    So – they take on the dress and the mannerisms of men – by copying what men do.

    Men don’t “copy” what men do. They just are.

    And part of what they “are” is this:

    – what things do men desire?
    – what things satisfy men?

    The answers to those two questions are pretty much coded into the genetic makeup of men. Coded – as in “instruction sets” that, when carried out, make the man and his desires and his behaviors.

    Women can pretend to be men (not talking transexual stuff here) – on the surface. But where men actually live, in their desires and in their satisfactions, women cannot begin to “pretend”. Because these things are innate, driven by biologics. And women just don’t have those “men” codes in their chromosomes and genes to drive their behavior.

    Women can see what men desire and what satisfies men. They can aspire to have that for themselves also. But they can’t ever get there. They don’t have the genetic code. Realistically, all they can do is play dress-up.


  41. Yoda says:

    Realistically, all they can do is play dress-up.

    Appeal to women this should

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  42. Yoda says:

    Gratuitous image this is

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  43. Yoda says:

    I said I didn’t like the ring and it was obvious that it was completely mid judged with the timing of the proposal.’

    The mother explained that they agreed that he would try again with another ring, but that the surprise element had been ruined for her.

    Adding that her partner was an amazing father but put no effort into occasions, she questioned whether she could move past the fact that he wasn’t romantic, admitting that she had stayed awake crying at night over it.

    Over at Dalrock’s, a First World problem tackles he does


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  44. earl says:

    ‘A Catholic who supports abortion she is’

    Or she’s an abortion supporter who claims she’s Catholic. I’m sure if she actually knew about the faith she might be in for a surprise on what the Church has to say about abortion.

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  45. earl says:

    ‘We need to normalize being child-free’ – US racing driver on population control’


    ‘Self-styled “vegan hippie chick” Munter became a patron of UK-based charity Population Matters, which aims to promote awareness of overpopulation by encouraging smaller families. British broadcaster and naturalist David Attenborough is also a patron of the charity.

    “Not having a child has been the biggest way for me to reduce my impact on the planet,” Munter, 44, told Reuters on Wednesday.

    The University of California in San Diego graduate told her boyfriend 12 years ago she intended not to raise a family but, instead of breaking up, the couple have been married since 2009.’


    ‘I made terrible decisions in my youth and now I am bitter that I am child less. The man I married was such a mangina he agreed to never create a kin with me. We need more women to do the same terrible decisions I made so that the misery can be spread amongst all women.

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  46. earl says:

    Also not on the pill.

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  47. Farm Boy says:

    She has no “studies” degree


  48. earl says:

    You’ll be shocked, SHOCKED to see that Donald Jr.’s wife who is divorcing him had such a squeaky clean image growing up as a youth.


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  49. earl says:

    I guess the term spinster is now ‘leftover women’. Even the terms for older unmarried women are getting more shiv worthy.


  50. SFC Ton says:

    There is no way that bitch doesn’t go hungry in the sex working bidness

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  51. SFC Ton says:

    Trump Jr is the victim of an alpha widow……..?…….?


  52. SFC Ton says:

    And by the looks of him, not even much of a Latin King, no ink to speak of and not the right kind of ink. But like I have said many times before, being born into money and status doesn’t make an alpha. Being famous doesn’t make you an alpha. It does give you a causal appearance of alpha-ness.

    Sort of like how Brad Pitt plays an alpha in movies but personal behavior is one beta tell after another.


  53. Yoda says:

    I guess the term spinster is now ‘leftover women’

    How they would be named in China it is.
    Wonder if better than ‘spinster’ it is I do

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  54. Yoda says:

    Loved like an animal Vanessa Trump did


  55. earl says:

    She did have a fling with Leo DiCaprio. Who knows which d was the one who made her the widow.

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  56. Yoda says:

    Busy she was

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  57. Farm Boy says:

    Hillary To Dems: We’re Going To Take Back Our Country — And I’ll Be There Every Step Of The Way

    Perhaps. If she can walk


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  58. earl says:

    ‘Sort of like how Brad Pitt plays an alpha in movies but personal behavior is one beta tell after another.’

    Funny how one can act like an alpha and yet still be a beta.

    I’m probably just thinking out loud here.


  59. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I always thought that “alphas” were natural leaders? Natural leaders do not have to resort to bragging. They don’t have to prove anything.

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  60. Farm Boy says:

    Journalists’ brains show a lower-than-average level of executive functioning, according to a new study, which means they have a below-average ability to regulate their emotions, suppress biases, solve complex problems, switch between tasks, and show creative and flexible thinking.

    The results showed that journalists’ brains were operating at a lower level than the average population, particularly because of dehydration and the tendency of journalists to self-medicate with alcohol, caffeine, and high-sugar foods.

    Forty-one percent of the subjects said they drank 18 or more units of alcohol a week, which is four units above the recommended weekly allowance.

    However, in interviews conducted in conjunction with the brain profile results, the participants indicated they felt their jobs had a lot of meaning and purpose.



  61. Farm Boy says:

    Sometimes I wonder if people who have regular jobs and blog on the side might put out a better product than journalists

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  62. Yoda says:

    Odd that Hillary always looks horrible she does

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  63. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Also, the last thing a leader does is tear someone down, especially one who isn’t even there, to make themselves look good by comparison. I think that Vox Day should find a new Greek letter for that. Lambda?

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  64. Farm Boy says:

    Here is a preemptive “Can we all just get along”?


  65. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    As lot as someone remains an insulting braggart, the answer is a probable “no”.
    This is a silly medium to play AMOG games in.


  66. earl says:

    The Greek letters are nothing more than nonsense.

    That being stated…I’m an Omicron…the type of man who thinks the Vox-Cadsphere system of labeling men is nonsense.

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  67. earl says:

    The minute someone even slightly disagrees with Vox he goes into the same tactics he talks about with his self created Gamma male class.

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  68. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    There are other sandboxes for him to play in. I don’t read the comments at Chateau Heartiste or Rollo’s, but I have heard that they are accepting of this. If he has been chased out of those sandboxes, do we want him here?
    Another thought. He has been cautioned at several points to watch what he writes, but he keeps stepping over the line. The laws in Spawnyland have been changed and our Glorious Patriarch could be in big trouble for what one of his commenters says without his knowledge or control.

    Earl, I have been gleaning Vox Day, not reading into it deeply, and he does seem to be motivated by pride. The Greek letter system has gotten too complex to be workable.


  69. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Getting back to what we normally discuss. Here is s omething about Hillary. She is getting one million dollars for speaking to the DNC. I don’t think that William Jennings Bryan would be worse for promoting the Democratic Party.


  70. SFC Ton says:

    LOL Omicron? isn’t that the book in the army of darkness?


  71. SFC Ton says:

    Farm Boy says:
    20 May, 2018 at 1:12 am
    Here is a preemptive “Can we all just get along”?

    Probably not. Little bitches like to stir up shit then cry the victim.


  72. earl says:

    ‘I have been gleaning Vox Day, not reading into it deeply, and he does seem to be motivated by pride.’

    The guy’s a comic book – sci fi writer. He’s bound to live in his own little fantasyland.


  73. earl says:

    ‘Journalists’ brains show a lower-than-average level of executive functioning, according to a new study, which means they have a below-average ability to regulate their emotions, suppress biases, solve complex problems, switch between tasks, and show creative and flexible thinking.’

    That’s why it attracts mostly women and gay men.


  74. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    See what I mean? He is not here to contribute. He is here to play AMOG games and feed his narcissistic supply.


  75. Yoda says:

    Best to make things here personal not.
    On the same general side we all are


  76. SFC Ton says:

    Vox Day wrote one of the best things I have ever read on the internet

    He has also written some of the dumbest shit I have read on the internet but I am extremly impressed with his ablity to create his own cult like following

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  77. SFC Ton says:

    fuzziewuzziebear says:
    20 May, 2018 at 2:22 am
    Farm Boy,
    See what I mean? He is not here to contribute. He is here to play AMOG games and feed his narcissistic supply.

    Called it


  78. earl says:

    ‘An academic study from researchers at Brunel University London assessed 171 men, looking at their height, weight, overall physical strength and bicep circumference, along with their views on redistribution of wealth and income inequality. The study, published in the Evolution and Human Behavior journal, ​found that weaker men were more likely to favor socialist policies than stronger men.’

    Case in point…Obama vs. Trump.

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  79. earl says:

    ‘As noted by Elite Men’s Guide, “testosterone is what makes a man a man.” The hormone indicates muscle mass, body frame, sex drive, aggression, and the amount of hair on your chest.’

    It’s the fuel for toxic masculinity and evil patriarchy. And the feminists are jealous because they can’t have it.

    [Wonder if women want hair on their chests I do.
    Be their very own Sean Connery they would.
    Work poorly this might]

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  80. Farm Boy says:

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  81. earl says:

    I’ll make women a deal.

    I’ll keep the hair on my chest and they can keep what they have on their chests and we’ll both be happy.

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  82. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I can see Yoda and Farm Boy smiling and nodding to that idea.


  83. SFC Ton says:

    Semi relevant to our disscsuion on journalist as in this guy seems to be a different breed…. but I bet similar politics



  84. Yoda says:

    what they have on their chests

    In the dark about this you are?


  85. Yoda says:

    Nancy Pelosi also always looks horrible
    she does


  86. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    She is seventy eight. Humans do not age as gracefully as residents of Degoba. In checking her bio, I did notice that she has been married only once. That is unusual for the present age.


  87. Yoda says:

    The ceremony itself featured an African-American bishop who cited the American civil rights movement and quoted Martin Luther King Jr. as often as he did Jesus. The couple opted for a secular song, “Stand by Me,” performed by a predominantly black gospel choir—jaws literally dropped—in addition to old-school Christian hymns sung by the congregation. The traditional Anglican vows were altered slightly to allow the outspoken feminist Markle to opt out of the traditional promise to obey her husband.


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  88. Yoda says:

    allow the outspoken feminist Markle to opt out of the traditional promise to obey her husband.

    Bad Omen this would be

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  89. Yoda says:

    Oddly, the Queen always looks better than Hillary and Nancy she does

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  90. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The Queen, a very light drinker she is. When she asked for another glass of white wine years ago, it was a tremendous selling point. I wish that I could remember the vintner, but I recall it being a Sauvignon Blanc.

    About the wedding, women are going gaga for it. It is the triumph of hypergamy. Poor Harry. I hope that his brother keeps a spare room for him.

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  91. Yoda says:

    Need more evidence that there are two Americas? Here: Left-wing hatred of Melania Trump is inversely proportional to flyover admiration for the first lady.

    In just the last month, late-night clown Jimmy Kimmel mocked Trump’s Slovenian accent, CNN contributor April Ryan attacked her as “not culturally American,” former Hillary Clinton spokesman Philippe Reines derided her genteel presence at former first lady Barbara Bush’s funeral, and horror writer Stephen King snickered at her hospitalization this week for kidney surgery.


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  92. Yoda says:

    Gratuitous image this is

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  93. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Nice. In your previous gratuitous image of the Melania Trump, I realized that she could make a potato sack look good on her.

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  94. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Trashing Melania is not a good look on the mainstream media.

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  95. Cheque d'Out says:

    Rather good, I think.

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  96. Cheque d'Out says:

    Spicy memes

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  97. Cheque d'Out says:

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  98. I don’t know what to make of the royal wedding and more specifically the bride. I think Ton’s link describes it well. Both have some serious family stuff.

    of ALL her family, only her mother attended? And apparently only her mother and father were invited. The rest of her family say awful things of her, as do prior friends. In fact where are the friends? Only children from his side in attendance? Odd. Not good. It will be interesting to watch. Hopefully not a Royal s#it show (bc I don’t wish bad on anyone, always hope for the best) but all the signs unfortunately seem to be pointing in that direction.

    It will be very public in any case. Bring the popcorn…

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  99. earl says:

    ‘The lie of the sensitive man.’


    ‘Don’t fall for the sensitive man trap, and whatever you do, don’t stick a ring on the finger of your old infatuation that suddenly contacted you out of the blue because ‘you have been on her mind for such a long time’. The answer is to go out and make a man of yourself by your actions and results, and by doing so attract a high SMV woman in her prime. Leave the fantasy of feminine men to bitter old has-been women whose best years passed them by a very long time ago.’


  100. Cheque d'Out says:

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  101. The Melania trashing all seems very catty. A perfect example of how the feminists will tear a woman down if she doesn’t go w the herd but rather stands on her own. Ironic. Melania seems to embody many strong successful woman traits yet gets no “go gurl” for her. I personally think she’s a stellar example of grace under pressure. It can’t be easy to be in the spotlight like that.

    Ps Hillary never made a pantsuit look so good!

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  102. Cheque d'Out says:

    They failed to implement socialism properly…again…what were the odds?

    That is John MaoDonnell. Jeremy Corbyn’s left butt cheek who would be in charge of the economy if laba win a General Election. And there are rumours that May is thinking of another one in October. Which would be suicide for her party. Which may be the point of doing it.

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  103. Cheque d'Out says:

    There may be trouble ahead…

    And I hear a voice saying ‘Stupid Boy, Pike’ at Hazza. But you lot won’t get that


  104. SFC Ton says:

    There are two important lesson for men on that prince marriage deal

    #1) fame, wealth, status etc doesn’t automatically equal strong frame/ alpha. We see that with the article about the golfer getting his ass whooped by his wife, how Brad Pitt let his ex wife get away with all sorts of crazy shit, Bill Gates marrying an ugly chick etc etc. I am sure we could come up with a shit ton of examples

    Remember frame is independent of all that external stuff, and with out frame a man’s sex life is normally a shit show

    #2) Men with soild frame can go soft, loose the battle of wills that is part of life with women and end up in a shit show. Which also ain’t hard to find examples of

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  105. SFC Ton says:

    I would have had respect for the Queen if she had the newest addition to her family removed. However, by law she could have forbid the wedding and she refused so I doubt she has it in her

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  106. earl says:

    Gratitous image needs to get married and have some buns in the oven. A fertile body is a terrible thing to waste.

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  107. earl says:

    ‘ In your previous gratuitous image of the Melania Trump, I realized that she could make a potato sack look good on her.’

    Sad part about Hilary is from the photos I saw when she was young before she got fully into the evil feminist dictator bit…she was quite attractive looking too. Nothing corrupts a woman quicker than what’s on the inside.


  108. The shape is correct, but that dress reminds me of wallpaper. I hate wallpaper.

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  109. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    flower for the feminists:


  110. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:


  111. Yoda says:

    All I can say now is that I think Meghan was calculated — very calculated — in the way she handled people and relationships. She is very strategic in the way she cultivates circles of friends.


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  112. Farm Boy says:

    Not just socialist Venezuela was, it was “socialist with effectively free external hard currency subsidizing it” socialist. Still, they couldn’t make a go of it.

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  113. Yoda says:

    Wonder how Hillary rode brooms with such a short skirt I do

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  114. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    poor guy is just being used.

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  115. Cheque d'Out says:

    Harry is sixth (fifth? IDC) in line for the largely ceremonial throne. So he’s ever further from relevance. If it gets too bad they can ship him off to some colonial (Commonwealth) shit hole, along with her, in some kind of ceremonial / ambassador role.

    It’s going to be interesting how / if they keep Sparkle muzzled in public. ‘Royals’ with political views are a huge turn off for people, you will have to hunt very hard indeed to find out the Queen’s politics. I don’t think Sparkle married into this position with the intention of keeping her fat SJW gob shut. This is going to be epic.

    BTW the monarchy will be in a bad way when the current Queen dies. Her son is not highly regarded, he’s largely seen as a prat. His son is thought to have much the same personality. For a large number of people a ceremonial monarchy is merely the better alternative to some political clown being elected president (See the Republic of Ireland for details. And Micron in France). The Queen’s position is not powerful given that she signed away British sovereignty when she signed off on entering (what is now) the EU. That was literally treachery (or so some say) to sign away the sovereignty of the British people.

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  116. Cheque d'Out says:

    All I can say now is that I think Meghan was calculated — very calculated — in the way she handled people and relationships. She is very strategic in the way she cultivates circles of friends.


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  117. Yoda says:

    prat — Basically someone whos a major idiot, or is delusional and dumb. Acts against logic and thinks hes self-righteous



  118. SFC Ton says:

    Ceremonial or not she is the head of her old bloodline. Everyone should protect something as vauable as their bloodline.

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  119. SFC Ton says:

    Cheque d’Out says:
    20 May, 2018 at 2:42 pm
    All I can say now is that I think Meghan was calculated — very calculated — in the way she handled people and relationships. She is very strategic in the way she cultivates circles of friends.


    Can’t say I fault her for that. It’s how you elevate your station in life. Which I know is out of fashion (expect for going to college. Your allowed to rack up massive debts to skypes in attempt to better yourself)

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  120. Yoda says:

    Want princesses to be “pure of heart” like Cinderella people do

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  121. Yoda says:

    Critical thinking on a University we can have not

    About 100 students and alumni have asked Duke University to reinstate a professor whose teaching style encourages students to think critically about their opinions and opposing views.


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  122. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    probably because she was afraid of the pc fallout. the liberals would have made it all about her being bi-racial, instead of because she is a poor choice based on morals.

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  123. Yoda says:

    I don’t think Sparkle married into this position with the intention of keeping her fat SJW gob shut.

    Sense the future well the Glorious Patriarch does

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  124. earl says:

    ‘Running her finger over this picture of Meghan – the day before she made her vows to Trevor, now 41 – Ninaki says: ‘Look at her. She was so ecstatic,’ Ninaki smiles fondly. Then her face hardens. ‘The person I knew is not there any more’

    Welcome to your friend becoming a divorcer and throwing a man into the grinder.

    ‘All I can say now is that I think Meghan was calculated — very calculated — in the way she handled people and relationships. She is very strategic in the way she cultivates circles of friends. Once she decides you’re not part of her life, she can be very cold.’

    Welcome to something most men learn quickly after they get dumped.

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  125. earl says:

    ‘Want princesses to be “pure of heart” like Cinderella people do’

    I want girls to quit thinking they are princesses just because they put on the costume, or watch the Disney movie, or because her delusional parents call her one. They get taught hypergamy and woman worship at a young age.

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  126. earl says:

    You don’t see a lot of guys going around deluding themselves into thinking they are a prince.

    I’d ask them ‘what kingdom do you run’?

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  127. Farm Boy says:

    Doing Good. The impulse to “do good” is particularly common among the young, so it should be no surprise that millions of college students rally on behalf of what they believe to be a “good cause.” What has changed over the last half-century is that the cost of doing “good” has sharply declined. A do-gooder version of Moore’s Law– the number of transistors that can be put on a single integrated circuit (now about 7 billion) would double every two years (or 18 months)—now applies to “doing good.”

    So, for example, a 19th-century do-gooder might volunteer at a soup kitchen, an effort that was personally time-consuming and reflected a limited, locally available charitable options. Merely carrying an “end world hunger” sign hardly counts as “doing good.”

    Over time, the cost of campaigning to end world hunger has declined dramatically. Now just drop off a box of spaghetti at a supermarket collection point or send a check to the Salvation Army. Still, there is some tangible cost, however modest in this doing good. Even an ambitious humanitarian can write more than a few checks or otherwise feed the hungry.

    By contrast, contemporary campus-based social justice warriors can be a Dervish on steroids at “saving the world” at minimal cost per cause. All it takes is concocting a list of “good ideas” and announcing it in public. No matter that this make-it-up-as-you-go-along jumble is pure theatrics and the candidates are almost limitless



  128. earl says:

    ‘All it takes is concocting a list of “good ideas” and announcing it in public.’

    And calling people racists, bigots, or sexists if they get disagreement with their good idea.


  129. earl says:


  130. Farm Boy says:

    I hereby demand, and will do so officially tomorrow, that the Department of Justice look into whether or not the FBI/DOJ infiltrated or surveilled the Trump Campaign for Political Purposes – and if any such demands or requests were made by people within the Obama Administration!

    — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 20, 2018

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  131. The royal wedding is certainly hypergamy in action.

    And as for being 5th or 6th in line for the throne, just a technicality if someone is nefarious enough! Not like it has never happened before, those royals have a long history of such things… Hopefully not but a scheming power hungry woman can accomplish much.

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  132. It’s long been rumored the investigation would wrap around to implicating those who initiated it. Wouldn’t that be something? What’s that saying about people in glass houses throwing stones?

    Hard to believe someone would be so niave as to not consider the potential cost or consequences of waging war.

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  133. Niave may not be the right word… grandiose? I am not sure what the perfect word would be there.


  134. Cheque d'Out says:

    ‘prat’ is pretty mild. Charlie Chaplin specialised in pratfalls, at least that’s what we call them.

    Gob is mouth. A loudmouth has a fat gob.


  135. Cheque d'Out says:

    Naive, surely? Don’t tell me you guys spell that wrongly too. (LOL)

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  136. Cheque d'Out says:

    More vocab.

    Shooting your mouth off = gobbing off

    A juicy gob is a large spit (of phlegm)

    It’s complicated.


  137. Cheque d'Out says:

    To be honest with y’all, it doesn’t matter to the Queen’s royal bloodline who Harry marries. He is the half blood prince in a large number of punters’ opinions.

    Punter is a common betting man. Also; man on the street.

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  138. Cheque d'Out says:

    A gobshite is man who talks crap. Lot of them about these days.

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  139. Farm Boy says:

    In the festival’s closing ceremony on Saturday night, actress Asia Argento delivered an intense speech before presenting the best actress award, telling a horrific story about Hollywood movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.

    “I was raped by Harvey Weinstein here at Cannes. I was 21 years old. This festival was his hunting ground,” Argento said.


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  140. Farm Boy says:

    On Friday, Hillary Clinton delivered her first official message to the Democratic National Convention since losing the Presidential election in 2016, and she had only one message for the gathered, mostly female, officials: you’re not getting rid of me that easy.


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  141. earl says:

    ‘The Sirach on women’

    It’s a book of the Bible which would trigger feminists and cuck pastors alike.


    The scathing verses.

    ‘Women hurt other women just as moths damage clothing. A man’s wickedness is better than a woman’s goodness; women bring shame and disgrace.’ Sirach 42:13-14


  142. earl says:

    ‘Sirach 25:13 No wound is as serious as wounded love. No troubles are as serious as the troubles that women cause. 14 No sufferings are worse than the sufferings caused by people who hate you. No revenge is worse than revenge taken by an enemy. 15 No poison is deadlier than the poison of a snake, and no anger is deadlier than the anger of a woman.
    16 I would rather live in the same house with a lion or a dragon than with a bad wife. 17 When a wife is in a bad mood, her expression changes until she looks like an angry bear. 18 Her husband has to go and eat with the neighbors, where he can’t hold back his bitter sighs.

    19 Compared with the troubles caused by a woman, any other trouble looks small. May such women suffer the fate of sinners!

    20 A quiet man living with a nagging wife is like an old man climbing up a sandy hill.’


  143. earl says:

    And scathing verses for both cads and whores alike.

    Sirach 23:16 There are any number of ways to sin and bring down the Lord’s anger, but sexual passion is a hot, blazing fire that cannot be put out at will; it can only burn itself out. A man who lives for nothing but sexual enjoyment will keep on until that fire destroys him. 17 To such a man all women are desirable, and he can never get enough as long as he lives.

    18 The man who is unfaithful to his wife thinks to himself, No one will ever know. It’s dark in here, and no one sees me. I have nothing to worry about. As for the Most High, he won’t even notice. 19 This man is only afraid of other people. He doesn’t realize that the eyes of the Lord are 10,000 times brighter than the sun, that he sees everything we do, even when we try to hide it. 20 He knew everything before he created the world, as well as after. 21 That sinful man will be caught when he least expects it, and punished publicly.

    22 The same is true of a woman who is unfaithful to her husband and presents him with a child by another man. 23 In the first place, she has broken the Law of the Most High. In the second place, she has wronged her husband. And in the third place, she has made a whore of herself by committing adultery and bearing the child of a man not her husband. 24-25 The children will suffer for her sin. They will not be able to find a place in society or establish families. She herself will be brought before the assembly 26 and permanently disgraced. There will be a curse on her memory. After she is gone, 27 everyone will realize that nothing is better than fearing the Lord, nothing is sweeter than keeping his commands.’


  144. and she had only one message for the gathered, mostly female, officials: you’re not getting rid of me that easy.

    She’s both a loser and a monster who is hated by her own party. We couldn’t wish for a better leader for our enemies.

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  145. Cheque d'Out says:

    Well, that didn’t take long


  146. Farm Boy says:

    No it did not. Perhaps it is worthy of a post


  147. earl says:

    In other news…Meghan Markel continues to be the person she is since she was a little girl.

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  148. Cheque d'Out says:

    I think there’s much more to come…it’s gonna be epic.

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  149. earl says:

    It’ll certainly be the case study in terrible female behavior that will be the gift that keeps on giving in later posts.

    Off the top of my head you got hypergamy, feminism, and a Hollywood actress.


  150. Farm Boy says:

    Are we discussing Meghan or Hillary?

    Both seem to fit

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