Plausible Deniability

Once upon a time women in their twenties got married soon enough.  These days, not so much.  Often they are carousel riding, or at least carousel watching.

Or are they?  Naturally enough invoking the image of the carousel does not make them feel well.

Nobody wants to be accused of what carousel riders do.  Men will always look upon such women as poor prospects for marriage.  It doesn’t matter how much re-education they are forced to consume; for men, this is built-in.  So naturally enough, women are not doing what it is that they are doing.

So what are they doing?  They are being educated, establishing their careers, exploring the world, learning about themselves, discovering who they really are, becoming the real person that they should be, blah, blah.  Some of these (e.g. attending college,  establishing career), kind of look legitimate.  These provide lots of plausible deniability.  For what you might ask?  Well, I do think that you know the answer.

Probably most do not explicitly consider their carousel activities at all.   They are just something that happens, a sideline activity, a big meaningless nothing-burger.  Of course, since they consider it as nothing, then it is nothing.

But is it?  For many, this activity is the highlight of the decade, maybe their lives.  So, how does one reconcile a “big-nothingburger” with “highlight of their lives”?  Perhaps this reconciliation takes a toll, now and forever.

Posted in alpha fux, Dating????, FarmBoy, Hypergamy, Lies
111 comments on “Plausible Deniability
  1. earl says:

    ‘ They are just something that happens, a sideline activity, a big meaningless nothing-burger. ‘

    And imagine if you marry said woman who treated those ‘just happened’ moments like they mean nothing. She might treat it the same to the man she marries.

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  2. earl says:

    She’ll sing the tune…’all in all it’s just another dick in the crawl’

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  3. earl says:

    This is what happens when you marry your mother.

    Brigitte Macron accused of acting like ‘Queen of France’
    French president’s wife says she won’t take a backseat in official ceremonies.

    [Eat cake she should]

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  4. earl says:

    Gratuitous reminder.

    [Add this I will.
    Lisa followed Oliver’s lead she did]


  5. Farm Boy says:

    Those cattle on the title page would be Orkney cattle.

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  6. Farm Boy says:

    And imagine if you marry said woman who treated those ‘just happened’ moments like they mean nothing. She might treat it the same to the man she marries.

    She means it this time

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  7. earl says:

    ‘Brigitte Macron’s conception of her role is based on “the couple she forms with Emmanuel Macron: a modern union in which the woman is placed at the same level as the man,” her chief of staff Tristan Bromet told the Times.’

    Translation she’s mommy in the marriage. The modern union has nothing to do with equality…it’s female superiority.

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  8. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    She thinks she has status, by injection! lol


  9. The photos of these “modern women” gaping at Trump crack me up. May was mooning at him like a schoolgirl! Melania and Marcon are hip to what’s happening here… ummm, uncomfortable lady, hands off the stick! LOL.

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  10. Yoda says:

    The world needs this not

    According to The Hollywood Reporter, The CW is planning to expand its DC Universe content by adding a new TV series based on DC Comics’ new social justice-themed take on Batwoman — an “out lesbian” who is “armed with a passion for social justice and flair for speaking her mind.”


  11. Yoda says:

    Strong hamster she has

    In an attempt to explain why unemployment levels have dropped to lows of 4% and below under the Trump administration, the Democratic congressional candidate, an economics and international relations major, explained, “Unemployment is low because everyone has two jobs.”


  12. earl says:

    If only she were a Trump supporter…the comedy shows would have unlimited material.

    Alas she’s one of them so they’ll let all that gold slide.

    And Trump is another example of the ‘don’t listen to what they say, watch what they do’ adage.

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  13. earl says:

    A clearer view of the newest social media post causing many a wimminz to go into autistic screeching. Then again these wimminz never actually cared about what men wanted to begin with.

    [When desire to get married care a bit about what men think they do]

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  14. Cheque d'Out says:

    Bannon delivers another spanking to the MSM, LBC in this case (a major London radio station). Nigel Farage was the presenter.

    BANNON: Fuck you I don’t want to hear any of your bullshit. If you’re going to news dude, do news. I don’t hear your bullshit. If you’re going to do news, do news.

    USHERWOOD: I pulled you back on the…

    BANNON: Bullshit, if you want to do news do news. If you’re going to pull up stuff like that, tell me you’re going to do it beforehand.

    FARAGE: Tommy did, Tommy did break the law.

    BANNON: Dude, you couldn’t call me out if your fucking life depended on it.

    USHERWOOD: I was fair. I was fair in my questioning. You come and sa-

    BANNON: You’re just another guy that hates Tommy Robinson, ok? You were just another fucking elite.

    FARAGE: Everybody hates Tommy Robinson apart from…

    PRODUCER: To be fair the reason I had Theo in is we also, we had so much stuff coming in as well.

    BANNON: It’s bullshit. I don’t want to fucking hear it. You guys hate Tommy Robinson. You hate him because he’s a working class guy. You’re one of the fucking elites that hate him.

    FARAGE: Tommy Robinson.

    BANNON: Tommy Robinson is the fucking backbone of this country. You lose guys like Tommy Robinson you’re not going to have a country.

    This is why everybody wants Nigel back in politics, he delivers the speeches, but far fewer want him back as UKIP leader. He’s WEAK on some issues where Gerrard Batten is not. We have a new leader now. We want to keep him.

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  15. Farm Boy says:

    [Such big eyes she has.
    Crazy she would be?]


  16. BuenaVista says:

    Two observations about the OP:

    1. I think the roaring twenties (party hearty, boys boys boys!) that women famously enjoy now is a peer-driven activity. Perhaps I’m wrong, but when you read female commentary — once they’re on the other side of 30, usually verging on 40, they’re not reminiscing happily. They’re grim in their self-assessments. But they pine for the approval and simple joy of heading to the beach with the gurlz. The men in that picture are less important than what they have for breakfast.

    Of course, you have to ignore the celebrity comments. Their celebrity will always pull men of some sort. But the net brings forth unknown voice after unknown voice lamenting the false promises of the Sheryl Sandberg (bad boy, then beta boy) lifecycle that sidetracked their lives.

    2. By “peer-driven” I mean a gaggle of girls. My observation is that women churn through super-important friendships and cycle through mutual experiences — and then they go poof.

    My best friend I met when I was 5. My adult correspondents are my college teammates and classmates, or men and women I built businesses with. And as you know I’m a ‘mature man.’ We’re talking decades. My ex- #1’s bridesmaid *disappeared* from our lives within six months; ex- #2’s invitees to our wedding dinner I had never met, and never saw again; they weren’t even mentioned again. My assessment is that the young woman moves about as though in a school of fish, with situational super-important female relationships, and if two of them are going out dancing, three others have to as well.

    Hooking Up Smart is now run by a 20-something (@jennabirch) who is all over web media and has published a book on how to get a man or something. Her writings are devoid of any understanding of men or what they want; her audience is young women trying to learn how to properly shop for a man with the right feature set. All of her pieces have two components: a) this is what I and my girlfriends think; b) this is what an older professional woman with a resume thinks. Few people interact with her on Twitter,and HUS, and she ignores the men who do.

    3. Conversely, a cliche, and it’s tiresome, is manosphere commentary on “low notch count” predicting relationship success. This presumes, I guess, that sexually inexperienced women are not hypergamous, and thus better wives. This is totally naive. All women are hypergamous. I know someone who is beautiful, personally above average financially, probably has had fewer lovers than she has fingers, and proud of her marriage. She’s been in an extra-marital affair that she initiated four years ago.

    Every social grouping of married people always has a couple of wives who test the waters with a man-not-her-husband in their social group.

    Frankly, I think the carousel riders by age 35 will break down and cry if a man wants to marry them. The real question is not their sexual history, the real question is if they know anything about being in a relationship, since they’ve never had one. I asked my Mrs. Smith once, since she was pestering me, how long her longest monogamous relationship was. Answer, two years, once. What does a person like that know about the Skillz required to sustain a relationship? Her default mode is to punch out.


    So, in an open hypergamy environment, I really don’t think the big issue is a girl’s playtime habits in her 20’s. She’ll just write them off, the way she erases her friends from that blurry period. The real issue is her capacity to sustain friendships and conjugal relationships and not spend her quiet mornings reflecting on “Did I settle?” (One of the Jenna Birch articles I read was advising 20-something females on how to know if she is settling.) Even in the ideal case the man is going to have to accept that she will *never* stop looking and comparing and contemplating.

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  17. BuenaVista says:

    Sorry, “Three observations …”

    While I agree with the redpill nostrum that low-frequency sexual history makes it easier for women to bond, I have seen zero evidence in my world that, once partnered up, such a woman has no hypergamous drive. I think this is a cause of the disdain we see in popular culture, and I’ve seen in my married friends’ lives, for a husband/dad. He is seen as an unfortunate restraint on a woman’s true purpose, which is to trade up if possible. (Displacement.) I think @rationalmale ‘s emphasis on our feminine-primary society that celebrates Open Hypergamy is his most important contribution. It certainly explains what I see, and explains what I never understood while blue pill.

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  18. (One of the Jenna Birch articles I read was advising 20-something females on how to know if she is settling.)

    Is there ever a MOMENT when you’re not completely drowning in rapturous joy?

    You’re settling, girl.

    Women used to teach girls how to be women. Men used to teach boys how to be men. The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there.

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  19. “The CW is planning to expand its DC Universe content by adding a new TV series based on DC Comics’ new social justice-themed take on Batwoman ”

    Duh, nuh, nuh, nuh, nuh, Duh, nuh, nuh,nuh,nuh … BAT-SHIT-GIRL!!!!

    [Wonder if this is who they had in mind I do]

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  20. OT: I was just checking out the latest prez tweets and I cannot believe how some people reply! Absolute vitriol. What ever happened to common courtesy? I hope some of them are fake orpaid accounts because to actually walk around in such a state of frothing at the mouth anger and hatred has got to be some form of insanity.


  21. Occassionally-Cortez a lesbian? Only lesbians can play lesbian parts. It is known.


  22. @RPG In a sane society Twitter would have been recognized as the social poison that it is and de-rezzed.

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  23. BuenaVista says:

    Occasional-Cortex, you mean.

    My favorite remark of hers is her noting that unemployment is so low because people occupy too many jobs.


  24. The unbearable truth is she’s really no worse that many famous congress-critters with regards to being a complete idiot. Remember the guy who thought Guam would tip over if we put too many sailors on it.

    There was a joke going round in the first Clinton term about new job creation, “Ya, I know, I have 3 of them.” It was based on crappy service jobs not paying enough to make a living, but I think there is still some relevance in the “gig economy” of modern days.

    I also remember the Clinton Simplified Tax Form:

    1. Calculate the total of all earnings for the previous year.
    2. Send it in.

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  25. Cill says:

    Farage and Bannon at 8:33 am above:

    Farage asked Bannon “what is Trump’s worst quality?” Bannon didn’t give the right answer. The right answer is “words”. Words are Trump’s weakness. They are my weakness too. I often curse at the indecipherability of my comments. Words are not my forté, it’s obvious. However I am not the leader of the free world and my words don’t matter much. But someone has to say it :

    Donald Trump doesn’t speak clearly. His speech is riddled with unfinished phrases and self-interruption… He relies on facial expression and hand gestures to convey his meaning, while his ambiguous words make bullets for his enemies to fire back at him. I’m surprised he hasn’t learned that. In other ways he is a phenomenon, arriving at a tipping point for men. However, in his immensely conspicuous position, surely he should always pause to take aim before he shoots his mouth off.


  26. Cill says:

    Me at 7:03 pm

    I was thinking of Trump’s meeting with Putin when I wrote that.

    Now I’m 30 minutes into the Farage interview of Bannon. It’s worth listening, but I need to get up and face the new day.
    6:45 am here.

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  27. @Cill

    Sure, it would be nice if Trump was more circumspect and articulate, but that’s he who is and at 72 he’s not gonna change.

    He’s still a huge improvement over Barack “Where’s the prompter” Obama, whose stentorian delivery of empty platitudes or even worse thinly-veiled leftist hate whitey-isms probably had a non-negligible impact of the dramatic increase in white suicide rates here in the U.S.

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  28. Cill says:

    KH, you won’t get any disagreement from me on that. Obama was the worst President ever. Dubya Bush was next worst, but better than presidential-tilt-of-the-head O-fucking-Bama by a country mile.

    I want Trump to succeed. He is at his best when speaking to a crowd. His speech in Poland was great. His recent remarks at Helsinki, though… Hell’s bells, if he’d put even a second of thought into it before opening his mouth, he would have worded it differently.

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  29. earl says:

    Obama is a 1st class fraud, Trump is honest sometimes to a fault and not perfect.

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  30. I think some people in his admin have tried to get Trump to moderate himself and have just given up. I think his confidence is both a strength and weakness, overall its a win for us.

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  31. earl says:

    Here’s the article causing the autistic screeching. I don’t know who Lori Alexander is…but if this is what she’s teaching young women, we need more like her out there giving them practical advice.


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  32. BuenaVista says:

    Codevilla is one of the few intellectuals who correctly predicted Trump’s win. He thought the Helsinki conference was an A+ (as did I). He taught and trained diplomats, incidentally.

    The response to this event, in its hysteria, is unrelated to what he said. What’s happening at the moment is that the media/Dems are waking up to the fact that Trump is actually getting enormous, generationally-durable things done. He’s succeeding. He’s also disintermediating the entirety of administrative state. So they are in meltdown: while they’ve been yammering, this administration has been accomplishing truly historic things, and is set to accelerate. Trump has accomplished more in his first 16 months than Reagan did in his first term.

    What Trump is doing with Putin is what Scott Adams calls “authoring”. It’s the same thing he did with Kim. By being personally accessible and congenial, coupled with the fact that American has been beating the living crap out of Russia since he was elected, reversing Obama’s laissez-faire who-cares approach, Putin is dealing with one guy. That guy is both his good cop and his bad cop. Trump is creating a new avenue for rapprochement and cooperation. Putin, unlike the American press, knows he runs a country with an economy the size of Italy’s, and is barely paying bills. To rhetorically pummel him is unwise because it forces him into a dangerous, nuke-driven adversarial position.

    And incidentally, Putin doesn’t really care what Trump says. He cares a lot about every punitive measure America has taken against Russia since Jan 2017. Some of them (becoming within five years the world’s largest oil-gas producer) present Russia with existential challenges.

    Anyway, here’s the Codevilla review of Helsinki. It’s very brief but worth a read.

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  33. mgtowhorseman says:

    Justin shuffles his cabinet because of the migrant crisis. And who gets the top assignments? Old white men: Morneau, Goodale, Blair, Carr. He does keep Christyia Freeland at Foreign Affairs.

    As the Globe said
    “Cabinet shuffles can be delicate affairs for any prime minister. But for Justin Trudeau, there is an added layer of complexity given that diversity and inclusiveness are the stated trademarks of his government. Demoting one minister to promote another risks upsetting the fine balance the feminist Prime Minister has sought to cultivate since declaring “because it’s 2015” in 2015.

    A little more than a year before the 2019 federal election, however, Mr. Trudeau has less room for error than he did at the outset of his mandate. While Wednesday’s cabinet shuffle adheres to the gender-parity principle the Prime Minister implemented in 2015, it was hard not to notice the parade of white men called on to clean up the messes others could not. By drawing attention to the diversity of his cabinet in 2015, he automatically forces us to take note when he deviates from his own script.”


  34. mgtowhorseman says:

    Wow. Googled men prefer debt free virgins and the number of articles is astounding!

    I guess truth hurts.

    (Virgin might be a bit much but at least an n count under 5.)

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  35. earl says:

    I’m becoming increasing convinced most women have no clue how men think…either that or they do and feign being offended for more attention.

    ‘Biology Professor Calls Out ‘Toxic Femininity’

    ‘She describes toxic femininity by citing a handful of behaviors that are common today:

    Creating hunger in men by actively inviting the male gaze, then demanding that men have no such hunger — that is toxic femininity. Subjugating men, emasculating them when they display strength — physical, intellectual or other — that is toxic femininity. Insisting that men, simply by virtue of being men, are toxic, and then acting surprised as relationships between men and women become more strained — that is toxic femininity. It is a game, the benefits of which go to a few while the costs are shared by all of us.

    ‘I had a student on one of my study abroad trips who had a perennial problem with clothing. She was never wearing enough of it. She was smart, athletic and beautiful, but also intent on advertising hotness at all moments. At a field station in a jungle in Latin America, she approached me to complain that the local men were looking at her. The rest of us were wearing field gear — a distinctly unrevealing and unsexy garb. She was in a swimsuit. “Put on more clothes,” I told her. She was aghast. She wanted me to change the men, to talk to them about where to point their eyes. Here in their home, where we were visitors, and one of the gringos had shown up nearly naked, she wanted the men to change.’

    [Wonder how such a woman exists I do]

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  36. earl says:

    ‘(Virgin might be a bit much but at least an n count under 5.)’

    I’m pretty sure the virgin part is what was caused the most screeching from the who-ars.


  37. Farm Boy says:

    From the Codevilla link

    Competitive “virtue signaling” has become the way of political life in America. To the extent that it bleeds into America’s foreign policy, we are all in big trouble.

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  38. earl says:

    I’ll make a wager there’s plenty more women who are toxic females than men who are toxic males.

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  39. Baby I’m preying on you tonight
    Hunt you down, eat you alive
    Just like animals, animals, like animals mals
    Maybe you think that you can hide
    I can smell your scent from miles
    Just like animals, animals, like animals


  40. SFC Ton says:

    modern union in which the woman is placed at the same level as the man,” her chief of staff Tristan Bromet told the Times.’

    Pretty sure the Hildabeast said something similar when she was 1st bitch and well no one voted on either one being in charge of shit. Reminds me of a lot of officer wives who thought they should have pull and respect because the dude fucking them had some rank

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  41. Farm Boy says:

    Following in the footsteps of Michelle Wolf and the radical feminists’ agenda to somehow make abortion funny, the group “Lady Parts Justice League” will be launching a pro-abortion comedy tour.


  42. Farm Boy says:

    Even if Mrs. Macron is on the same level as her husband, he is President and she is not.


  43. earl says:

    ‘Even if Mrs. Macron is on the same level as her husband, he is President and she is not.’

    If only those crazy women thought that way…but they don’t.

    And let’s face it…he’s not going to be the type of husband to put her in her place. She’s his mommy.

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  44. Cheque d'Out says:

    BBC covers Free Tommy demo, lies to a nice woman about the law elsewhere in the world and then talks to UKIP’s leader Gerrard Batten.


  45. Cheque d'Out says:

    Part of the preceding video

    Nice work


  46. Cill says:

    BV thanks for the link to Angelo Codevilla. I’ll keep it for future reference.

    Specifically, I’m talking about Trump’s comment at Helsinki re Russia interfering in the 2016 election. By using the wrong words (“I don’t see any reason why it would be”), he unintentionally cast doubt on the USA intelligence agencies’ position that there had been meddling.

    A day or two later he tried to explain it: “The sentence should have been, ‘I don’t see any reason why it wouldn’t be Russia.’ Sort of a double negative.”

    It’s a loose use of words. As for his achievements as President, he is outstanding.

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  47. Cheque d'Out says:


  48. SFC Ton says:

    3. Conversely, a cliche, and it’s tiresome, is manosphere commentary on “low notch count” predicting relationship success. This presumes, I guess, that sexually inexperienced women are not hypergamous, and thus better wives. This is totally naive.

    Quoted for truth. Most dudes in the man o sphere know jack shit about women but I think that bit of wisdom comes from the churched up man o sphere and modern Christians are pretty much… let’s go with naive. I was thinking stupid and useless but I am trying to be nice this week….. and my modern Christians I mean the “non” churchanity ones too. Some they typically are all full of that bullshit


  49. Cheque d'Out says:

    The replies to the Fuck off BBC tweet are a lot of fun.

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  50. Cheque d'Out says:

    I read it as if she hasn’t got a low notch count there’s little chance. There’s no implication that low count means success. It’s necessary but not sufficient

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  51. Cheque d'Out says:

    Things are ramping up, people are getting #Woke


  52. Farm Boy says:

    We all say and do dumb things as kids, and our interests and beliefs change drastically from the time we’re a teenager – even a teenager about to enter college – to our mid-to-late 20’s. But Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Josh Hader is being punished now for things he tweeted as a teenager seven years ago.


  53. earl says:

    ‘Conversely, a cliche, and it’s tiresome, is manosphere commentary on “low notch count” predicting relationship success. This presumes, I guess, that sexually inexperienced women are not hypergamous, and thus better wives.’

    The low notch count doesn’t necessarily predict relationship success…it an indicator of the amount of divorce risk in marriage. Like investment risk in stocks. Virgins seem to have a lower divorce risk overall than the town bicycle…but that doesn’t mean virgins won’t hate men, emasculate them, subscribe to feminism, or go off the rails after marriage. Also I’m not sure I ever heard somebody say virgins aren’t hypergamous. All women are pretty much hypergamous.


  54. SFC Ton says:

    Reckon it looks great in a bar graph

    Seen it fail way to often in the real world to give it much credence


  55. molly says:

    Yo Ton I like the graph! Avg kiwi woman has 20.41% stable marriage rate on the chart. I have 80.47% ! Who is winning? I love him when he spends time with me and I love him when he does his own thing. ❤ Men are way easier than babies eh. Just be pleasant and look after his children and his home and when he is in a mood give him space. (Later give a wee wiggle accidentally on purpose in front of him hee hee hee!)

    Be a good cook! Make sure the beer chiller doesn't run low! Keep yourself in shape. Don't listen to femtards, men are easy as pie!

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  56. SFC Ton says:

    We certianky can be darling. The Ton salutes you!

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  57. molly says:

    “Avg kiwi”
    Avg kiwi woman I meant to say.

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  58. molly says:

    Ton has been slugging some shots? (heh heh)

    Yay! Off I go to serve my man his lunch!


  59. Cill says:

    This is what Muslims are up to in the U.K. with the support of police and city councillors. This is what the MSM suppressed and made Tommy Robinson so upset:

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  60. Farm Boy says:

    There’s a new study out of University of California. It was a study that analyzed surveys from about 16 different countries. It found a higher life satisfaction, that conservatives found more meaning in life, across the board. Conservatives over lefties found more meaning in life and had more happiness and had more life satisfaction. Why is that? Well, let’s just see what the study says. They found that “Conservative states were happier than left wing states, even just within the United States.” One of the reasons for that is because conservative states are less neurotic. Having come from New York and California, I can personally attest to that, it’s very true.


  61. Farm Boy says:

    Facebook is among the sponsors for a far-left conference that will feature Democratic socialist candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as a keynote speaker.

    Topics at the 2018 Netroots Nation conference include “menstrual equity,” “harnessing the political power of black immigrants” and “youth-led campaigns to promote social justice.”


  62. Cheque d'Out says:


  63. She looks like a chimp in this picture.Only the chimp’s smile seems more natural.

    [Obviosly some type of “ist” the above description would be]


  64. Yoda says:

    Gratuitous image this is

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  65. earl says:

    I think the ~20-25% failure rate proves that virginity alone isn’t a foolproof plan.

    However the ~60% failure rate for anything over 2 and ~70-80% for anything over 5 is the bigger story here. It’s why autistic screeching comes from women when they see something like ‘men prefer (to marry…my addition) debt free virgins with no tattoos’.


  66. earl says:

    ‘Avg kiwi woman has 20.41% stable marriage rate on the chart.’

    The AVERAGE is a bombed out and depleted woman?


  67. Cill says:

    ‘Avg kiwi woman has 20.41% stable marriage rate on the chart.’

    According to research by Durex, NZ women have the highest #N in the world, an average of 23.

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  68. Yoda says:

    A biological male who identifies as female was sent to a woman’s prison in Great Britain, despite not having gone through sex reassignment surgery — and now he stands accused of sexually assaulting or harassing four female inmates. The transgender prisoner has now been moved to a male prison.


  69. Yoda says:

    Wilson also describes the social justice industry, which thrives on political correctness, as “a surveillance culture, a snitch culture.” This description is very apt, especially if you recall last summer’s Twitter crusade by celebrity Lena Dunham. She encouraged people to eavesdrop on others’ private conversations to report something politically incorrect to authorities.

    Dunham publicly celebrated getting two American Airlines employees investigated after she reported overhearing their conversation in an airport terminal. The employees allegedly engaged in what she called “transphobic” talk. Dunham was modelling the snitch culture so her followers could do same to anyone and everyone.

    American Airlines cooperated by publicly agreeing to investigate the employees based on Dunham’s manufactured complaint. As it turned out, the airline claimed it didn’t have conclusive evidence. So, as far as we know, no employees lost their jobs as a result of that particular incident. But it all paves the way for the metastasis of a snitch culture.

    That’s standard procedure today for all of the corporations that now operate under the rainbow-colored flag, which is to say just about all of them. As we can see from Wilson’s experience, it’s working so well that the mob can now turn on its own with impunity.


  70. Yoda says:

    In an impressively fact-free interview with PBS’s Margaret Hoover, Ocasio-Cortez credited “everyone having two jobs” for the record-low unemployment rate; bewailed America’s “no-holds-barred, Wild West, hyper-capitalism that means profit at any cost”; and decried the Israeli “occupation of Palestine.” Never mind that individuals’ working multiple jobs has no effect on the unemployment rate; the United States boasts an economic freedom score below Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand, Estonia, the United Kingdom, Canada, the United Arab Emirates, Iceland, Denmark, Taiwan, Luxembourg, Sweden, Georgia, and the Netherlands; and there has never existed a nation called “Palestine” in the history of the world.

    Despite having received a degree in International Relations at Boston University, which costs more than a quarter of a million dollars to attend, Ocasio-Cortez excused her vacuity by amiably explaining, “I’m not the expert on geopolitics.” Frequently wrong but never in doubt, she assured her interviewer she remains a “firm believer” nevertheless.


  71. Yoda says:

    Hope that Ocasional-Cortex never shuts up I do

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  72. […] Earl reminds us, it is only some men who prefer debt free virgins. Ya boy Boxer, for example, shuns virgins […]


  73. earl says:

    ‘According to research by Durex, NZ women have the highest #N in the world, an average of 23.’

    Average of 23…sounds like you could get HPV from just breathing the air.


  74. Wow 8 out of 10 marriages in NZare unstable? Does that mean end in divorce or ? Wow. Those are really bad odds! :/


  75. @cill watched the video you linked to. So sad! And an example of GOOD journalism. Hard to believe that was able to happen and I do hope it being exposed helped curtail it (although sadly it sounds like it still happens.) I wonder what becomes of those girls? Or if any have spoken up about their experience?

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  76. Also that video makes me worry about my own girls. I am not strict per say but I don’t give them free reign to go do whatever either. We have lots of fun, but it’s supervised fun and at kid-friendly places. Some people have criticized that but I remember being shocked when visiting a friend living in a subdivision at how many young (like five or even younger) kids wandered around aimlessly, alone. Their parents either not home or didn’t care. I worried those kids so obviously starved for attention were at high risk if the wrong person started befriending them 😦

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  77. Cheque d'Out says:

    ‘free reign’ or ‘free rein’? *raises eyebrow in a questioning manner*


  78. Cheque d'Out says:

    Dis gonna b gud

    The guy that Alexandria Ocasio Cortez beat in the democrat primary is still going to be on the ballot!

    So you’re going to have a mainstream democrat ripping apart a pretty faced loon of a hard left democrat on democrat friendly policies of free everything for everyone using democrat friendly MSM.

    Does entertainment ever get more popcorny that this?

    As soon as he finishes crushing her for financial lunacy, the republican gets to point out how rich it is to have him criticising anyone on economic incompetence!

    Great times in the US #Jealous as all hell

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  79. Cheque d'Out says:

    She needs to be careful about frightening the horses

    Or is it frightening the donkeys when it comes to democrats?

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  80. Cheque d'Out says:

    Fair? Sounds fair to me.

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  81. Cheque d'Out says:

    UKIP Leader Gerrard Batten


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  82. ‘According to research by Durex, NZ women have the highest #N in the world, an average of 23.’

    You don’t want to keep any loose change in that purse; liable to fall out. Might sneak a 6-pack into the movie theater though.

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  83. earl says:

    It’s hard to fathom the AVERAGE is 23.

    That means for every Molly out there…there’s a woman around the N most gay men have.


  84. Cill says:

    Bloom, molly raised the subject at 1:59 am. I was clarifying why she said ‘Avg kiwi woman has 20.41% stable marriage rate on the chart’. Kiwi women fit into the 21+ sex partners bracket on the chart shown at 12:43 am.


  85. Cill says:

    Earl, correct. I personally know some women whose #N is 100+ per year.

    Let’s just say I have no inclination to interact with such women.

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  86. earl says:

    Well the general sluttery of NZ women is certainly shown in the marriage stats. It’s just like any other nation with general sluttery of wimminz.

    ‘The rise in median age at marriage is a reflection of: the trend away from early marriage, increasing numbers of people remaining unpartnered throughout their twenties and thirties, and a growing number of people living in de facto unions. At the 1971 Census, about one in three women aged 20 to 24 years had never married; in 1996 well over four in five women in this age group had never married. Similarly in 1996, 51 percent of 25 to 29 year olds and 28 percent of 30 to 34 year-old women had never married. In 1971, the corresponding figures were 12 and 6 percent, respectively.’


  87. “I personally know some women whose #N is 100+ per year. Let’s just say I have no inclination to interact with such women.”

    That seems a bit SEXIST, Cill. : )


  88. earl says:

    100+ a year?

    How is their womb & ovaries not just filled with cancer? Things like HPV can’t be prevented with the pregnancy blockers. I probably wouldn’t want to interact with them either since I’d assume they’d hate anyone who has any hint of masculinity.


  89. Cill says:

    I don’t fuck rabbits.

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  90. Larry G says:

    “Wow. Googled men prefer debt free virgins and the number of articles is astounding!
    I guess truth hurts.”

    The feminist shrieking is pure music to my ears! These females howling in three part harmony does my soul good!

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  91. earl says:

    I only wish she added men prefer (to marry)….to the meme. That would have been the ultimate kill shot to sluts, feminists, and simps around the world.

    Perhaps they already intuitively understand it…it’s a lot better when it’s in their faces.


  92. Cheque d'Out says:

    This is next level stuff. Even the Mighty Ton probably wasn’t taught this

    At least I hope not


  93. Larry G says:

    “Googled men prefer debt free virgins and the number of articles is astounding!” Still reading the sluts ranting about that one article and totally laughing my ass off! Guess now it should be easy now for men to separate the shit from the wheat, eh? The modern so-called “women” are a total lost cause.

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  94. Cill says:

    A year or 2 ago I wrote a series of posts on the PPPs (acronym from the title I coined to describe them – “Predatory Promiscuous Princess”). When you consider that most NZ women have low #N, you start to realize how high the #N of the PPP must be. Choicy reported on a PPP who had at least 3 men in completely separate trysts in one night (pickup in a bar, taxi to an apartment, wham-bam-thankyou-man, and back to the bar for the next thrilling installment). It was par for the course for that PPP.

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  95. Larry G says:

    Cill, you could just condense this a bit more:
    “A year or 2 ago I wrote a series of posts on the PPPs (acronym from the title I coined to describe them – “Predatory Promiscuous Princess”).”

    Simply “P-Cubed”. Now a slight suggestion? One might use P-Cubed with a suffix (US, NZ, AU, UK, EU) to designate where the P-Cubed is from. And a prefix if desired (W, A, B, L) for race. Just a thought…

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  96. SFC Ton says:

    Ton has been slugging some shots?

    I’m more of a sipper these days but I am rarely the most sober man in the room.


  97. Farm Boy says:

    Female Democratic Voters Signal That They Might Be ‘Ready For Hillary.’ Again.

    A plurailty of Democratic women refuse to give up on the dream.


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