A Good Example

We last visited this topic here.   A lady looking up appears like she is less effort to handle; perhaps even pleasant.  In this case here, she pretty much uses every technique that she has in her repertoire to make her case that she might be not so troublesome.   Can you count the ways?  Normal fellas can hardly resist.

Compare that with this,

Her bag of tricks are considerably less.   There is no sense of peaceful, easy feeling here.

[Perhaps a “rest in peaceful” easy feeling there would be]

To be honest, if women want men, then there are tools to be learned here.

Exit question — Do women really believe that being difficult is attractive?

Exit question 2 — it is said that gentlemen prefer blondes.  Is that the case here?


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79 comments on “A Good Example
  1. Farm Boy says:

    It starts with the long hair

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  2. Farm Boy says:

    When she looks, her eyes are wide, like a baby’s


  3. Farm Boy says:

    Hillary has wide eyes also, but the facial expression and body language totally nullify anything that might have been there

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  4. RichardP says:

    FB – when I first saw that video, everything you’ve said here is what I noticed first. She was born in 1995 so she is 24/25. It is my experience that what she is doing is something that cannot be learned. Surely the seduction of the viewer that she employs here can be learned to some degree by someone who simply mimics her. But to do it as effortlessly and naturally as she is doing, to my mind, is something that cannot be learned. It must come naturally.

    I’m thinking that any girl for whom this seduction of the viewer comes so naturally, as seems to be the case here, such a girl will not be in the crowd of feminist women with pink hats on yelling at the unfairness of life.

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  5. Larry G says:

    this is waaaaay off topic. so sue me. Stupid people tricks winner for the week; I went looking for a used Toyota truck 2 days ago, found one at a decent price I was willing to pay for the mileage and year. Was in the process of making an appointment to see and test drive it when the genius mexican salesidiot says that I “betta hurry ’cause I got another interested party coming later to buy it”. Eh? well then Juan Wetback, fuck it, sell it to your interested party, you are so successful dumping over priced used cars you sure as shit don’t need my business, right?
    Just annoyed when stupid people play even stupider games and somehow manage to convince themselves they are being slick. Bitchfest over!

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  6. Sharkly says:

    LOL, I couldn’t make it all the way through the posted video.
    Too much makeup and a permanent booger stuck through the side of her nose. Although she is clearly more appealing than Hillary Clinton I still needed to erase my mind by watching the first 50 seconds of this:


  7. horsemanbombadil says:

    “But that other thing, that quieter ache – that smouldering coal deep in your chest you fear would ignite and devour you if you dug it out and examined it – that’s still there. If anything, that pain might be sharper, more acute than before.

    That feeling is grief.

    We can go out and get a coffee, we can walk in the park, we can drink a beer on the patio, but it doesn’t really matter.

    The world we knew is gone.

    The life you thought you were going to have is gone.

    The lives we all thought we were going to have are gone.”


    That is the worst part.
    The hopes, the dreams, the reason to keep going no matter what…

    …..Now gone.

    Not figuratively. Not as a notion. Not a maybe.

    Literally gone.

    Boarded up. Bankrupt. Abandoned. No more.

    The storefront vacant, the ball park silent, the field gone fallow, the house falling into disrepair.

    Hang on to these last sweet days of summer, an echo of what was.


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  8. horsemanbombadil says:


  9. horsemanbombadil says:



  10. Oooooooo, Ooooo, Ooooooo

    And her CD’s in the bargain bin at Waaallmaaaart…


  11. Sharkly says:

    Sorry, I apologize for subjecting y’all to Wengie’s nasty Aussie accent. It really is a messed up video, a bleach blonde Chinagirl from Australia lip-syncing in Korean. But hey, somehow 6 million people found themselves watching it. Maybe I enjoy it more because I can understand some of the Korean words, and it reminds me of when I was a child in Korea.


  12. b g says:

    Brothers ;-D

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  13. Sharkly says:

    I found a wonderful quote as a YouTube comment, regarding how diversity-hire Kathleen Kennedy’s personal man-hating ruined Star Wars and cost Disney billions in potential income:

    “It turns out the ‘glass ceiling’ was a safety feature.”

    Liked by 5 people

  14. Cill says:

    Cheers brothers. Thje sun has gone over the yardarm and I taking a couple of shots of Wild Turkey Rare Breed.

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  15. Cill says:

    Released Horseman from spam, now at 4:22 am

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  16. Farm Boy says:

    Yes, that thing in her nose is definitely a turn-off. I wonder if there is anybody out there who really likes that kind of thing, or do they just pretend to like that kind of thing because they think they are supposed to

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  17. RichardP says:

    Anybody know if Liz is breathing smoke from the Cameron Peak fire?

    In other news, this is a song from the Netflix series “The Witcher”. This is a YouTube video remake of the original. Didn’t much care for the original. But I heard it after this version and wasn’t in the mood for the style of the original. I can’t see the nose ring in this video, but that doesn’t mean it is not there. Don’t like nose rings or tongue studs, etc. She’s not in the bargain bin and won’t ever be.. She’s going the Patreon route.


  18. Sharkly says:

    In case you want to look Feminism in the eyeball, here is an anthem of the enemy:

    Isaiah 3:12 As for my people, children are their oppressors, and women rule over them. O my people, they which lead thee cause thee to err, and destroy the way of thy paths. Good thing we don’t have feminist women legislators and judges making our rules and young people rioting and looting. The satanic Feminist’s proposed path leads directly to destruction, societal degeneracy, and often a return to primitive conditions, if not just stagnated progress.

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  19. SFC Ton says:

    Does my hewrt good Cill!

    Glad you enjoy that so much. Kind of a returning the favor for keeping this place going

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  20. SFC Ton says:

    Do women really believe that being difficult is attractive?

    Yes they do. It’s part of our culture now and most women will not swim aginst the main stream. It is something both of The Girls believed; most of what use to be there peer group still believe it.

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  21. theshadowedknight says:

    Yes. Women are projecting their desires on men. They like aggressive, dominant men. They imagine that men would therefore enjoy aggressive, dominant women. Women being women, they cannot pull off dominance and aggression properly, so they just become difficult, bitchy, and unpleasant.

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  22. SFC Ton says:

    Exit question 2 — it is said that gentlemen prefer blondes. Is that the case here?

    No idea a out gentlemen. But yes, for wherever reason blonde chick’s with nice are the highest value fuck toys around, and have been for centuries. Which is why I own one.

    I also own a brown haired girl but that’s mostly because inlike her ass

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  23. Cheque d'Out says:

    I watched the latest season of Bosch recently. I read a lot of the book as they came out, years ago. Bosch was an orphan raised in institutions, went into the army in Vietnam (in the books. ME on the TV) as a back story, became a homicide detective. Amazon have done a really good job on the TV series, really good. All the actors are great (except maybe his kid, I just can’t warm to her or her character)

    The latest season featured a ‘far-right extremist group’ (not just white, there was some diversity). Whose ‘extreme views’ seemed to amount to free man on the land style thinking that the state was corrupt and the enemy of the people and should be as small as possible. Obvious whack-jobs (I’m LOLling here). But it wasn’t a hatchet job really, they were given reason for their anger. Neither were they treated as incompetent buffoons. It was amusing to see just how little it took, in the minds of those making the show, to make someone an extremist.

    Anyway, I’ve liked all the seasons of Bosch but this last one was particularly good, I think.

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  24. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Women are projecting their desires on men”

    The female (and leftard) superpower; Projection. It’s just so obvious with everything they say and do.

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  25. Cheque d'Out says:

    Emily was English. Knifed while in the park by a ‘lady’. Similar lack of media interest. The MSM are right up their in the who’s the biggest scum competition.

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  26. Cheque d'Out says:

    PSA to mannish-wimminz by Undead Chronic

    I need to stop watching these reactions to the tradthot but it’s just the perfect oh! fuck! I may have messed up the landing from an entitled wimmin video. Just makes me smile every time I hear her rant (from desperation). I’m desperate for a 10/10 man to marry and I have no time to waste.

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  27. Cheque d'Out says:


    28th July, Saturday

    ‘Saw him in the evening and he was acting really strangely. I’d been shopping in the afternoon with the girls and was a bit late meeting him. I thought it might be that.
    The bar was really crowded and loud, so I suggested we go somewhere quieter to talk.
    He was still very subdued and distracted so I suggested we went somewhere nice to eat.
    All through dinner he just didn’t seem himself – he hardly laughed and didn’t seem to be paying any attention to me or to what I was saying, I just knew that something was wrong.
    He dropped me back home and I wondered if he was going to come in.
    He hesitated but followed.
    I asked him what was wrong, but he just half shook his head and turned the television on.
    After about ten minutes of silence I said that I was going upstairs to bed. I put my arms around him and told him that I loved him deeply. He just gave a sigh and a sad sort of smile.
    He didn’t follow me up immediately but came up later and, to my surprise, we made love – but he still seemed distant and a bit cold.

    I cried myself to sleep. I think he’s planning to leave me.

    Maybe he’s found someone else…’


    28th July, Saturday

    Lost 50 quid on that accumulator.

    Got a shag though.’

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  28. Cheque d'Out says:

    Just started watching this. Seems…sane so far.

    It appears that she’s been arrested


  29. whiteguy1 says:

    Gents (and you silly girls on here)
    I hope y’all are having a amazing weekend.
    The dixie chicks might have been crazy but the song is good, and this family really brought a smile to my day.

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  30. molly says:

    Hi booful men!

    “she pretty much uses every technique that she has in her repertoire”

    It is a big repertoire eh. Females are *genius* in reading reactions we cause to other poeple. We learn as babies as we look up at faces and by 4 or 5 we are experts.

    A smile is my simple way to cause happiness. A smile from the heart ❤ It even can help sad people to light up a little. Yes? (switch) YES! I love to see people light up!

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  31. Cheque d'Out says:


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  32. b g says:

    Hmmm, well, I remember and the mixed vegetables truly sucked…just saying ;-D

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  33. Sharkly says:

    It is said that gentlemen prefer blondes. Is that the case here?

    Mainly I prefer hair colors that are naturally existent in womankind as God created them. If they want to change from a brunette to a blond, I can handle that, but I don’t like blue, green, purple, pink, or stop sign red colored hair. I prefer hair color that looks like it could be natural. Your long hair and its color is a sign of good health and fertility. Too much grey showing says “infertile”. Too much grey in a woman’s hair and she starts fading into invisibility. In a crowd, I can just about see the fertile young women I’d like to talk to, right through the grey haired crones. However, older women should have the maturity and meekness to accept being overlooked in men’s hunt for wives and their fascination with younger women. By that time, older women should have their own large brood to worry over, and converse with the younger women sharing their godly maturity with them.

    I like brunettes and black hair as much as I do blond. Sorry gingers, no love for you! I married a dark haired woman. I prefer the hair in the first panel below:

    Daughter was not too happy!

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  34. Cheque d'Out says:

    Hi Molly. Everyone likes to see a pretty woman smile with happiness. Tomi seems to have forgotten that. Not that she grew up pretty.

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  35. Farm Boy says:

    Gratuitous images

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  36. molly says:

    Thank you Unca S

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  37. theshadowedknight says:

    I’m mostly partial to redheads. Blonde is second, then black, brown, etc. Course, hair color isn’t the deciding factor. Someone in the old manosphere said there is no universal 10, and a 9 who has those things you like is your 10. I’ve got the old Viking blood in me, so I like nice, curvy redheads. The old-fashioned method of dating, where you raid her village in your longboat with your friends and take her home to be your love slave.

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  38. molly says:

    I like blond as it is my natural colour and like the sunshine!

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  39. Farm Boy says:

    the new rules were implemented after a group calling itself NotAgain SU demanded students who witnessed or were present when racial incidents occurred by expelled. The school’s first diversity and inclusion officer, professor Keith Alford, didn’t accept expulsion as a punishment, but did say campus rules would be changed to punish student bystanders.



  40. b g says:

    The kids are being busy, yesterday they harvested my yellow transparent apples; peeled, sliced, soaked in lemon juice and water, then frozen on cookie sheets to be packaged to make desserts in the winter. They also made some apple crisps for now, including one for me ;-D

    Today they picked blueberries, yellow Japanese plums, the ripe peaches, and two ice cream buckets of the ripe figs being attacked by rat bastard yellow jackets. The berries are frozen for smoothies in the winter. The peaches to be canned for winter desserts. The figs are intended for jam. They brought me some green pole beans to add to my Sunday supper.

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  41. RichardP says:

    @whiteguy1 – I just discovered The Petersons a week or so ago. The song you posted is one of the ones I first came across. They are good.

    @molly – Yes, a smile from the heart. Priceless. And always needed, everywhere.

    @bg – T.V. Dinner. Probably Swansons. I remember. About those vegetables: all three grown in the Skagit Valley area. Summer harvest time brought all three vegetables to the largest frozen-foods processor in the area – where they were de-shelled, de-husked, or chopped up, washed, flash-frozen, and then packed in large cardboard boxes and placed in the giant drive-in freezers. Then, during the winter, those large boxes of frozen peas or corn or carrots would be brought out, the frozen vegetables would be poured into hoppers and then tiny boxes would be filled (washing and then flash-freezing kept the individual peas or corn from sticking together in the large boxes stored in the freezer until winter). My lessons in the study of Economics began then, as I watched the vegetables being poured into the tiny boxes labled with the name of a discount / cheap brand name. Once the order was filled, the line would be stopped while the tiny boxes were changed to those from a premium brand name. Then the line would resume and the tiny boxes would be filled until that order was complete. Consumers paid two different prices for vegetables that were the same. Sure, it costs a little more. But you are worth it, right?? Paying more for the luxury of feeling “special” rather than paying more because the vegetables were of better quality. The vegetables in that Swanson TV Dinner that bg posted were probably processed at this plant. They employed many high-school kids (including me) from all over the area.

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  42. RichardP says:

    I will leave this thread with the two videos below. If you don’t know the duo, going over to YouTube from here will expose you to more of their work. They also are very good. Started out at the age of 4 on violins and other classical things. Larkin Poe is the name of their great, great, great, (great?) grandfather. He was a cousin(?) to Edgar Allan Poe – he of The Telltale Heart and maybe a slightly disturbed mind.

    The girls paternal grandfather (downline from Larkin Poe) had mental problems, and that is what this song is about. The song is not what interests me so much as watching the face of the brunette throughout the song. She also seems to display those characteristics of which FB spoke in the original post. This facial display seems to be a cousin of the display put on by the girl who sings Stairway to Heaven.

    Most of their work is of this sort, but a song or two is straight-on commercial. So the second song below is of this commercial sort – just for comparison of styles.

    Mad as a Hatter:



  43. RichardP says:

    Okay – we’ll try this again. That wasn’t it.

    Mad as a Hatter:


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  45. RichardP says:

    Larkin Poe = sisters.


  46. Cheque d'Out says:


  47. Cheque d'Out says:

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  48. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ironically I’ve long thought that Javier (the actual actor) looked like he had some camel genes in the mix.

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  49. Cheque d'Out says:

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  50. Farm Boy says:

    Former President Barack Obama reportedly warned Democrats about Joe Biden running for president in 2020, allegedly saying that people should not underestimate Biden’s ability to screw things up.


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  51. Farm Boy says:

    [The Farce with him it is]


  52. Farm Boy says:

    New DA in Portland admits he is ‘old buddies’ with an Antifa militant



  53. Farm Boy says:

    The federal government’s premier nuclear research lab hosted a 3-day reeducation camp for “white males,” with the goal of exposing their “white privilege” and deconstructing “white male culture.”

    Here are the leaked documents from the race-segregated, taxpayer-funded session.

    In the opening thought-work session, the trainers demand that the men make a list of associations about white male culture. The trainers write “white supremacists,” “KKK,” “Aryan Nation,” “MAGA hat,” “privileged,” and “mass killings.”

    Next, the white male employees must expose the “roots of white male culture,” which consists of “rugged individualism,” “a can-do attitude,” “hard work,” and “striving towards success”—which sound good, but are in fact “devastating” to women and POCs.

    In a subsequent session, the white males must publicly recite a series of “white privilege statements” and “male privilege statements.” They must accept their complicity in the white male system and their role in creating oppressions.

    Who is leading the struggle session? A company called “White Men As Full Diversity Partners.” This is no joke—their company is literally called White Men As Full Diversity Partners and they specialize in confronting those who “typically hold all the power”: namely, “white males.”

    It’s time to expose this taxpayer-funded pseudoscience and rally the White House and legislators to stop these deeply divisive training sessions. My goal is simple: we must pass legislation to “abolish critical race theory” in the federal government. Let’s push as far as we can.



  54. b g says:

    Hmmm, let me think about it ;-D

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  55. Farm Boy says:

    Far-left Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Saturday reportedly “refused to condemn” to condemn Black Lives Matter activists who had demanded late last week that white people in Seattle give up their homes.



  56. Cheque d'Out says:

    Princess Sparkles commits her and her pet’s lives to charidee. $50m for her next film role

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  57. Farm Boy says:

    In this song the ill gotten gains were to be given to charity

    I wonder if Meghan will do the same…


  58. Farm Boy says:

    TEACHERS UNIONS ARE MAKING A PROFOUNDLY STUPID MISTAKE: By effectively withholding services they are paid billions of tax dollars to deliver, they are forcing millions of Americans to discover that there are alternatives available, including one that could dramatically improve their financial situations now and their children’s prospects tomorrow.



  59. Ame says:

    whoa … that’s … that’s crazy scary.

    [What crazy scary it is?]


  60. Farm Boy says:


  61. Farm Boy says:

    Real Border Collies

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  62. Farm Boy says:

    Interestingly, the paper recommends much higher dosages than usual: “To reduce the risk of infection, it is recommended that people at risk of influenza and/or COVID-19 consider taking 10,000 international units per day of vitamin D3 for a few weeks to rapidly raise 25(OH)D concentrations, followed by 5000 international units per day.”


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