Over at Jack’s, there have been a series of articles related to the rise of the amateur sex industry. In one of them, the conversation was going such that I posted,

It is as if they were geishas

These women charge money to create customized content for the fellas. What types of content? It might be sexual in nature, or it might be what amounts to a pen pal, or something in between. The question is, how much is have a lady pen pal worth? Or perhaps, how much is having a lady pen pal who works to be the pen pal that you want her to be worth?

Naturally enough, it depends on the man and his requirements. However, I am betting that it can be worth a good bit. Sometimes men want a friend that they can count on, one that they can open up to, one that they can trust. One that is not a possible threat. Perhaps somebody that you meet online can’t fulfill the last requirements, but other they might.

The Japanese Admiral Yamomoto had a regular geisha. He visited from time to time. She listened to what he wanted to say, affirmed what he was saying, performed household function and generally made him feel comfortable. Being so career driven, he had no time for a wife, and his true devotion was to the navy. This was a substitute, one that was accepted a legitimate in Japan.

Is there something comparable is the West? Not formally. Probably there are some fellas who have ladies that they lean on, with the fellas providing gifts and the like. Perhaps the market for such a thing has never been big enough to create something legitimately.

Back to these modern day pen pals. It really should not be that difficult for a lady to figure out what the customer wants, then package up the product. Just listen, think, figure out what to do, then respond appropriately when needed. This is perhaps about some of the easiest money around if you can cultivate such a customer. Or am I misreading this? You tell me.

Exit question: Is doing this moral?

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146 comments on “Geisha
  1. horsemanbombadil says:

    This is the future of the west.

    Men have detatched and have little interest in long term provisioning. Economies are entering hard times, depression. Large groups of men and women who are not the 20% are going to be forced into singleness for all of their 35-65s.

    Many women post wall do not have the skills\jobs to support themselves until retirement. Many men do not have the 20% to be desireable but because of self focus are economically comfortable.

    Social supports like siblings, extended family are fractured so the extended family living arrangement is gone.

    The solution?
    Men women sharing resources to live comfortably but without the romantic, family ties.

    The housekeeper who tends house for the confirmed bachelor common in the late 1800s, early 1900s..

    The girlfriend experience\giesha that pretends but is a formal honourable business transaction.

    The legal and accepted hooker. Simple, clean sexual transaction as needed.

    Women for the most part cannot do the pure corporate grind as sinletons for 40 years, 25-65 no matter what feminism says. They want to be part of a social unit. But men do not trust them on a social level.

    The social contract is broken.

    So the answer is a business contract.

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  2. horsemanbombadil says:

    Focus here and everywhere is the pre wall and immediate post wall periods
    The 20 year period mid twenties to mid forties.

    But there is an equal 20 year period that must be addressed. 45-65 retirement.

    What does society do with large groups of bachelors and spinsters in these groups?

    How to incentive them to continue working, being good citizens, being part of society when they have no family, no meaningful work, no human interaction?

    Large groups spending two decades dispondent, discarded, without hope? Abandon any animal and see what it does? It either goes mad, goes aggressive or lays down to die.

    Society cannot have this in large numbers. It will find a solution.

    The natural evolution will be to form new units but at arms length.
    Based not on mutual need like prehistory to 1900, not based on love like 1900 to 1970s, not based on hedonism\free love like 1970s to present.

    Based strictly on business relationship play acting as social.
    I trust my work associates because it is in our mutual best interests.
    Do I emotionally like them? Irrelevant.

    That is what the next base unit of society. A small business group.

    Borders in a boarding house.

    Home owner and housekeeper

    Worker and live in giesha

    Independent singleton and on demand date\sexual partner.


  3. horsemanbombadil says:

    Both sexes are fine in the 20s to 40s. Those decades are full of establishing whatever the lifestyle is. The CC, the becoming successful at work, the making mark on the world.

    The peak performing years. This can replace social bonds by achievement or pleasure.

    But once one plateaus? When tomorrow will not be better than today. When the body tires?
    When the sparkle of the pursuit becomes the grind?

    Forget even the baby clock etc.

    The day when you realize, I don’t want to do this anymore? But I have a decade or more to retirement or the home? Women how do you suck it up and do your corporate job? Men how do you suck it up and stay part of society?

    At this point being alone will be intolerable. Socially and economically.

    The sexes will gravitate to what biologically are designed for. The programming cannot overcome forever. But the biology will not overcome the mistrust and jadedness caused by the decades of ecperience. So the answer will be some compromise of the biological need to form units against the emotional detatchment of experience.

    The playacting model.


  4. horsemanbombadil says:

    The answer to every female question.

    Mic drop. Out.

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  5. I knew some girls who worked in the modern equivalent of the geisha industry, ‘snack bars.’ Lonely men buy very expensive drinks and have someone to talk to. Apparently a lot of the job is listening to old men talk about their operations.
    At the top level hostess (and host) clubs, charm and wit are even more vital than beauty. The highest earners always know the perfect thing to say in each situation. That’s the art.

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  6. RichardP says:

    To whom does one turn when the U.S. Supreme Court fails to support / enforce the U.S. Constitution in the Presidential Election? When the top provider of solutions in the land fails to act, what options are left to enforce the “we are a people of laws” mandate? Seems to be no options, other than just accepting that we are not really a nation of laws. Or revolution.

    These are the questions that have been on my mind for the last few days. Now I read horseman’s very good narrative upthread. He seems to be talking in the same general ballpark: What options are left to enforce the social contract when too many women believe they should be free to behave however they want and bear no personal consequences for the fallout?

    I’m doing some work and listening to a playlist and this song comes up. I’m not really paying attention until a couple of the lyrics grabbed me. Bob Dylan. Written in 1967. Could have been written last week. When there’s too much of nothin’ (no enforcement of laws or the social contract), no one has control.

    Too much of nothin’ can make a man feel ill at ease
    One man’s temper might rise, while the other man’s temper might freeze.
    In the days of long confessions, we can not mock a soul
    When there’s too much of nothin’, no one has control.

    Say hello to Valerie, say hello to Marion,
    Send them all my salary, on the waters of oblivion.

    Too much of nothin’ can make a man abuse a king
    He can walk the streets and boast like most but he don’t know a thing.
    It’s all been done before, it’s all been written in the book.
    But when it’s too much of nothin’, nobody should look.
    Say hello to Valerie, say hello to Marion,

    Send them all my salary, on the waters of oblivion.
    Too much of nothin’ can turn a man into a liar

    It can cause some man to sleep on nails, another man to eat fire.
    Everybody’s doin’ somethin’, I heard it in a dream
    But when it’s too much of nothin’, it just makes a fella mean.

    Say hello to Valerie, say hello to Marion,
    Send them all my salary, on the waters of oblivion.

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  7. RichardP says:

    So – something to take our minds off of the godawful foolishness of the moment – and put our minds on the fact that such foolishness existed to inspire the writting of this song in the early 1960’s and before.

    Some of you British chaps might have heard of Fotheringay (from Fotheringay Castle, in which Mary, Queen of Scots, had been imprisoned).

    Interesting thing that is, art. One composer. One song. Three different bands. All different.


  8. RichardP says:

    I’ve always liked the harmony of Spooky Tooth. First entry is the third version of <iToo Much of Nothin' Second entry is I’ve Got Enough Heartaches. We all have them. anyone who is connected to others in any social way, personal or political, is subject to heartache. So, heartaches, yeah (“they stole the election”). But this is more about the harmony.

    See y’all on the other side of tomorrow.

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  9. Cill says:

    ‘anyone who is connected to others in any social way, personal or political, is subject to heartache. So, heartaches, yeah (“they stole the election”). But this is more about the harmony.’

    To me it is more about replacing a genuine quest for enlightenment with a regressive bigotry masquerading as “progressive”.

    So, heartaches, yeah (“they stole the election”)

    Would that the sabotage of democracy could be soothed away as easily as that.

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  10. SFC Ton says:

    Want a friend you can count on? Go down to county and get a pit bull or three.

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  11. Cill says:

    This isn’t the first time canines have exhibited a propensity for impersonation. Coyotes have been known to feign injury to guilt tourists into giving them food (Ton at 9:00 am)

    Impersonation, compassion, they both lead to reward in the end. I know this because I own a dog and we share traits.

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  12. Cill says:

    If that mongrel Greyhound is a Pitbull I’m a Chihuahua Border Collie.

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  13. Cheque d'Out says:

    A serious turning point in my marriage occurred when it became apparent that far from marrying someone that’d have my back, I’d married a semi-adult liability. Either she was pretending beforehand or she changed. My bet is that she changed (FWIW) I’m not sure that she ever had a solid core to her personality.

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  14. Cheque d'Out says:

    The idea of paying a woman doing play-acting to confirm my ideas makes no sense to me at all.

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  15. Cheque d'Out says:

    If they can manage that then who needs LSD?

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  16. Cheque d'Out says:

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  17. […] of the OASIS. The type of skilled labor required to be the modern equivalent of a Comfort girl or Geisha demands real emotional work. However, as we have noted in past case studies, this type of labor is […]

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  18. Cheque d'Out says:

    Looking on the bright side for a second, at least this time the presidency goes sideways, the majority can honestly point out that they never voted for him. So there’s that.

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  19. Cheque d'Out says:

    Reckon so

    One way or the other.

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  20. Cheque d'Out says:

    Real or fake news? No way that I’m taking any vaccine this side of 2030.

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  21. whiteguy1 says:

    Good to see you Ton!
    -Funny story, the last couple of weeks I have been physically exhausted and I couldn’t figure out why…looked into my log book and low and behold, I doubled my tonnage in two weeks time without any ramp up! Went from about 10k lbs/week to 20K lbs/week! Shit adds up quick when you pull 3×5 deadlifts!

    I’ve been in a hole all this week, couldn’t figure out why, until last night I realized this drama with Crazy really started in earnest on Trump’s inauguration night, 4yrs ago, when in front of the kids she said “Lets get a online divorce and be done with it”. Even a broken clock is right twice a day. Should have done it then, but oh well.

    I’ve been fighting for 4 damn years, first to save her and the marriage, then to save my kids, finally to save myself, and I’m weary of fighting.

    There is no more fight left in me, but I will solider on because I don’t know any other way. I will come out on the other side of this stronger I know but damn this crucible is HOT.

    All the political drama is just a condiment on the shit sandwich I’m having to consume on the daily, I’m ready for all of it to be done.

    And to Farm Boy’s question, I don’t know the morality of it, but providing a service for a fee is just, and if all a woman can provide is a ‘pen pal’ service to eat, than that’s all she’s good for. She will have no family to carry on her line, and that bad apple will die out. Good riddance.

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  22. tb20driver says:


    “A serious turning point in my marriage occurred when it became apparent that far from marrying someone that’d have my back, I’d married a semi-adult liability. Either she was pretending beforehand or she changed. My bet is that she changed (FWIW) I’m not sure that she ever had a solid core to her personality.”

    I think that if you take a closer look, you will see that she had those tendencies right from the start. They may not have been as obvious or numerous back then. But the ones that were out there were overlooked.

    Why were they overlooked?

    In my case, the sex was decent.

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  23. Cheque d'Out says:

    Those tendencies were her mother. Not in. However, my wife-to-be convinced me that she was different. And she was (for 3 unmarried years)…for long enough to get married (marriage 2 years, no kids).

    If I had to guess I’d say that it’s partly down to the fact that she changed job around the time of the marriage. Her ex-colleagues knew me and liked me, her new colleagues never met me but I suspect poisoned her against me (female working environment; they didn’t like the pretty young new woman, they decided to take her down). Her fallback role model was her mum.

    Sadly for her planned future, I was nothing like her dad (decent guy but deep blue pilled soy who worshipped his wifey). My wife was utterly shocked when, after laying out how the marriage would work like her parent’s, I said that we were getting divorced.

    I told her before we got married not to be like her mother because I wasn’t like her father…I guess that she didn’t believe me. I’m a very jokey person until I’m not. I wasn’t joking about that at all.

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  24. Cheque d'Out says:

    The sex was very good. Nice. But when push came to shove, I wasn’t ruled by my dick’s thinking.

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  25. tb20driver says:

    Much easier to pull the plug when there are no kids involved. Little harder when kids start showing up 10 months after the wedding.

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  26. Larry G says:

    So, release those Krakens, darlin!

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  27. Cheque d'Out says:

    Undoubtedly true, TB20. That would have been a different world. She did say that she wanted my children after the divorce was well progressed…too late for that realisation, dear.

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  28. Farm Boy says:

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  29. Ame says:

    Hi, Ton!

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  30. RichardP says:

    I said: So, heartaches, yeah (“they stole the election”). But this is more about the harmony.’

    Cill responded: To me it is more about replacing a genuine quest for enlightenment with a regressive bigotry masquerading as “progressive”

    Just to be clear, my comment about harmony was made to explain why I included the Spooky Tooth video of “I’ve Got Enough Heartache” (I like their musical harmony in that song) . I wasn’t commenting on the politics of the moment, other than maybe obliquely. I don’t think the Founding Fathers advocated harmony with their enemies of the state, and I don’t advocate that either.

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  31. Cheque d'Out says:

    Just the first ten seconds had me laughing


  32. Ame says:

    On the darkest day of human history, the Liar tried to deceive the world that it was over.

    The Deceiver still wants us to believe that. But it’s not true.

    Even on dark days in history, Truth is alive. And despite how bleak it might seem, Love has already won.

    Thank You, Jesus.

    – – –

    They’ve got a news station on at work and I’ve had to up the white noise so I can’t hear it. Infuriating. Keeping focused on the Truth

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  33. Larry G says:

    A demented old man and a hooker walked into a bar and …Oh wait… That was the inauguration

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  34. JPF says:

    horsemanbombadil wrote Independent singleton and on demand date\sexual partner.

    This cannot be a stable situation without a change in laws.
    I saw a recent case, I think it was in Ontario, Canada. The man and woman had a LTR. Both had houses and they did not live together. I think they did regularly slept over at the other person’s house however, similar to many dating relationships; whether that is moral or not is another issue.
    When the relationship ended, the idiot judge ruled that they were common law spouses, despite neither having a formal marriage ceremony, nor living together, nor (I think) having any joint financial assets such as a bank account.

    So, if a man without a wife regularly employs the same prostitute/hooker/sugar baby/harlot/whatever, if the business relationship lasts long enough to qualify for the common-law spouse in his legal jurisdiction, he is taking a massive risk.

    He would need to have a contact at a group or agency, with the expectation of rotating a new woman in and the prior woman out, every few months. This would be emotionally less satisfying. But with rotating in a new woman on a regular basis, maybe he could continue to have youthful partners, which would be more sexually satisfying for some men.
    There might even be a risk if he rotates in the same woman again later. First Ms. A, then Ms. B, then Ms. C, and then Ms. A again. Some idiot judge could decide to add the two “tours of duty” for Ms. A together to achieve the time limit needed for common-law marriage, despite there being a 5.5 month break in the middle where he was having sex with two other women. He would need to take in a new (to him) woman every couple months, and never see the prior women again. Oh, and hope that none of those prior women lie about the length of the “relationship”; maybe keep proof of the start of each new “relationship”?
    What a mess. We cannot even have geishas in this society.

    At this point being alone will be intolerable. Socially and economically.

    I can’t comment for women.
    But for men I do not think this is a problem. He can work enough to provide for himself, pay off his own debts, and save for his own retirement.
    For entertainment, he can get NetFlix for $10-20 a month, and a pornography subscription for likely about that amount too.
    For socialization, he can find a group of friends to play games with / golf with / ski with.

    Cheque d’Out wrote:
    it became apparent that far from marrying someone that’d have my back, I’d married a semi-adult liability. … My bet is that she changed
    The idea of paying a woman doing play-acting to confirm my ideas makes no sense to me at all

    One reason to pay a woman to act is that with a regular paycheque that they need to earn, the worker has a continuing motivation to be decent to you. Apparently unlike your wife — very unfortunately.
    I suspect many divorced men would say, if it was legally possible, that it would have been better to pay a long-term prostitute to stay with him, to be loyal to the paycheque, and to cheerfully give him regular sex, than to have married.

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  35. Ame says:

    And Larry wins the prize for making me laugh today! LOL!


  36. “I saw a recent case, I think it was in Ontario, Canada.”

    But you see, that guy is super-rich and was ordered to pay $50k/month to his fuckbuddy because she got used to being a super-rich guy’s fuckbuddy. We, as a society, can ill-afford to have super-rich guys’ former fuckbuddies having to survive just on their corporate VP salaries and benefits.

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  37. “Cheque d’Out wrote: it became apparent that far from marrying someone that’d have my back, I’d married a semi-adult liability. ”

    “Captain, the lookouts report that the barbarians have crested the nearest hill and should be at our gates in less than 10 minutes!”

    “The time has come to settle this! Sound the alarm! Get the fighters up on the walls. Have the women locked in the stockade and put 4 good men on the door. Have the older boys set to bring fresh arrows and water to the fighting men and ready to help the wounded.”

    “Do you think the women will be safe from the barbarians in the stockade, sir?”

    “I don’t know, but I do know they can’t stab us in the back from there once we’re defending the walls.”

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  38. Why TF would anyone WANT a barrel of monkeys?

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  39. “Paw-paw, did you ever actually see a giant?”

    “Well, yes …”


  40. Ame says:

    So, Jill is channelling Melania’s inauguration dress. Interesting.


  41. Cheque d'Out says:

    “I don’t know, but I do know they can’t stab us in the back from there once we’re defending the walls.”

    Well they just opened all the gates to ‘let a bit of fresh air in’. But you can’t say anything because that would be mean and hurty

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  42. Heaven forfend, that a headhunter should ever be seen as being “mean and hurty” to the feewings of duh wimmenz.

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  43. tb20driver says:

    This is the pool from which future Geisha’s will come from.


  44. Cheque d'Out says:

    Listen to the end

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  45. Cheque d'Out says:

    Just needed a little jolt to get the canopy to open fully

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  46. So, is that guy dead?


  47. “Are you OK, Reggie?”

    Is that the new meme for 2021?

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  48. horsemanbombadil says:

    I was extrapolating several years out. With the now structural unemployment of a vast swath of the population, much of it female work e.g. hospitality, government will not be able to support them.

    Families dont exist. Men wont take them in. Society will need something done.

    The natural extrapolation is them doing what they are biologically good at; sex, homemaking, companionship. But men wont be providers in a trust situation for generations. So laws and acceptance will get there in time.

    Society sees men not marrying because of bullshit courts. Society does the ontario ruling for paid companions and men will bail on that too. Until it finds a way to create a self supporting unit of some kind.

    Eventually society will learn you cannot force men to do squat. Withdrawing our abilities has been shown to work. And men are stioc. Support these women thru X!! Uh no thanks.Men will live in caves before they pay a bachelor tax etc.

    We can do without longer than womenz(or governments) can stay solvent.

    Men wont marry. So we get common law. Men wont cohabitate so we get sugaring.

    Society needs women taken care of. Men wont do it out of the goodness of their hearts. Thier hearts are turned to stone.

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  49. horsemanbombadil says:

    Look at the original My Fair Lady, All creatures great and small, courtship of eddies father.

    Bachelors working all day and taken care of by a loyal housekeeper.

    As JPF said, loyal to the employer, the paycheque.

    And it is way easier to fire an employee than a spouse.
    Only stupid employees backtalk the boss to their face.

    P.s. the ultimate mgtow example. Quincy ME from mid 70s.
    An old Jack Klugman (oscar from odd couple) as a medical examiner who has the sideplot of a string of young women enjoying his well off bachelorhood.


  50. Cheque d'Out says:

    A number of faulty Covid swabs may have led to false positive coronavirus test results, the Welsh Government has said.

    Concerns have been raised over a “small proportion” of affected Covid-19 swabs which were used in hospital settings, health board-run community testing units, and Welsh Ambulance Service Trust mobile testing units.

    On Tuesday the Welsh Government said it had been notified of an issue affected a small number of swabs on Friday, January 15.

    The affected swabs had been shipped into Wales from manufacturer COPAN between November 18 and December 14.

    According to Public Health Wales the swabs affected posed “little or no risk to public health” but may have affectedthe accuracy of a small proportion of test results leading to false positives.


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  51. Cheque d'Out says:

    So what might you have caught from the swab?
    Did you end up on the covid ward due to a false positive? Did you catch anything there?

    Fucking useless wankers. RNHS at its best.

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  52. Cill says:

    I released a comment by tb20driver from spam. It’s now here at 8:00 pm.

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  53. Cill says:

    “Are you OK, Reggie?”

    Is that the new meme for 2021?

    All shows, be they good or bad, have a clown, and oftentimes they are not a conscious clown.

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  54. SFC Ton says:

    Base jumping is no fucking joke with no real margin of error; Reggie looked to be pretty timid ( body language before the jump; stepped off vs jumped off to get the max clearance from the cliff) which makes me think he wasn’t ready for it. Rookie? Drugs? Just not feeling it? Who knows but someone with more exepeince should have called him off.

    “Are you ok Reggie” is stupid but probably a normal, human reaction. someone is shooting ooo or noo over again. Unhelpful but a natural response from someone is horrified.

    That man down seemed sarcastic and up beat. No shock, concern or horror in her voice

    I saw a lady burn in from 250 feet off a radio tower. Couldn’t recognize her after the impact. She did over or less the same thing, but for her the wind took her into the tower, pilot chute got tangled and her main chute didn’t open

    Whole thing got nasty on the legal front, especially for the folks who bailed before the law showed up

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  55. Ame says:

    Spawny, talked to a woman who spent $200. on a covid test. They stuck that thing so far up her nose it messed with her tear duct and tears keep running from that eye.

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  56. Hey, that’s not Reggie…

    A celebrated German base jumper has died after his parachute failed to open during a jump from a cliff in Portugal.

    Dominik Loyen, who was known to post footage of his jumps on social media, captured his final attempt in the coastal town of Nazaré on camera.

    An investigation has been launched into the incident at the 330ft-high rock face, police told German media.

    The video shows the 50-year-old jumping with another person from the cliff.

    But, while the other jumper’s parachute opens, Mr Loyen’s does not appear to and he falls to rocks below.

    Rescuers were unable to revive him, German tabloid Bild reported.

    Mr Loyen was an experienced instructor in base jumping, an extreme sport that involves leaping from fixed objects with a parachute.

    Mr Loyen had previously considered giving up the activity, he told English-speaking German newspaper Deutsche Welle in 2014.

    “Yes, I had some thoughts about taking a break, or giving it up completely, when a good friend of mine had a fatal accident,” he said.

    “But then you deal with it, and somehow you have to do what you find fun. You worry about it and then decide to carry on anyway and you swear not to make the same mistakes.”

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  57. Cill says:

    Ame, a cousin of mine has had 2 covid tests so far, and will have a third before she is released from quarantine here.

    The test she had in Victoria Australia before flying to NZ was more unpleasant than the test in quarantine here. She doesn’t know, there might be different requirements in different countries re the procedure or it might be different techniques.

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  58. Cheque d'Out says:

    If you remember back a few months there was a story of swabs being reused. This kind of shit happens because the NHS is far too big, nobody ever gets held to account.

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  59. Cheque d'Out says:

    I’m quietly hoping that The Mighty Ton sticks around.

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  60. Sharkly says:

    You should put a warning on that, CDO. I didn’t realize I was going to watch a snuff film. I don’t normally chose to watch stuff like that. I don’t care to watch people being maimed or killed or getting hit in the nuts, Etc.

    [CdO – Fair enough, I’ll try to do that. It was the ‘Are you alright’ bit that had me laughing, otherwise I’d not have posted it anyway]


  61. Cill says:

    the NHS is far too big, nobody ever gets held to account.
    Also, affirmative action employment and promotion of incompetent women and minorities rather than merit.

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  62. Ame says:

    different requirements for testing … would give us “accurate” data, i presume?! /s

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  63. Ame says:

    re-using swabs?!!! oh, that’s … i can’t even …

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  64. horsemanbombadil says:

    To all the wamenz, big tech and libtard goverments.

    If its “my body, my choice???”


    My wallet, my money

    My skills, my production

    My muscles, my sweat

    Fend for yourself by yourself.

    You don’t want me? I don’t NEED you. I am self sufficient and happy on my own.


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  65. Ame says:

    Horseman – funny how it’s okay for a woman to do what she wants, even if/especially when if affects a man, but it’s not okay, with her, for him to do the same.

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  66. Larry G says:

    bought more ammo today while the Dipshit and Slut were being sworn at…fuck em

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  67. Larry G says:

    Git yer popcorn, this shitshow has already started…

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  68. SFC Ton says:

    Wow, looked way to timid going out to have been an experienced jumper. Thanks for the info


  69. SFC Ton says:

    LOL thanks boss

    I come and go as life dictates. I have 38 half written posts…. I’m debating on finishing them or just dumping them on my blog. Not sure any of them would make sense giving most are pretty old and reactions to things going on at the time

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  70. Cheque d'Out says:

    Best pencil this in for your regular viewing pleasure. They’ve turned Superman into a soap opera

    UNMISSABLE, I’m sure that you’ll agree.

    Rumours that an alternative title for the show was considered
    “Lois Lane and the fantabulous emasculation of Simperman”

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  71. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Blond Haystack of Shite has to go.

    Nobody voted tory to get this shit agenda.

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  72. Cheque d'Out says:

    And just like that, the number of infected collapses due to the number of false positives collapsing.

    This was forecast to happen as soon as Donald left

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  73. Well, I called my boys in watch it with me a couple of times.

    “See this guy. This guy is a famous base jumper. Now watch this… Now this guy is dead. Don’t pick stupid hobbies. Riding a motorcycle is fun. Riding a horse is fun. Mountain biking is fun. But, they can all be dangerous if you’re not careful. This is all or nothing. It’s stupid. Don’t be stupid.”

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  74. Didn’t they already do that with “Lois and Clark”?


  75. Cheque d'Out says:

    I hope that nobody complains about this.

    After all, you voted him in…oh wait!


  76. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Didn’t they already do that with “Lois and Clark”?”

    I am confused too. But as I have no intention of watching either(?) show, I just thought that I’d not worry about the title and just link to the pisstake.

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  77. Te only thing I remember about thee show is that I wanted to bang Teri Hatcher back then.

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  78. Cheque d'Out says:

    “This is all or nothing. It’s stupid. Don’t be stupid.”

    I don’t mind tagging such stuff in the future.

    No happy ending here

    If I were into this, I might consider some kind of static line arrangement as a backup to ensure that the main chute is deployed. Due to the somersault (unintentional?) this guy gives the drogue chute less time to work. And himself even less time to go for the backup (assuming that he has one)

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  79. Cheque d'Out says:

    Better end to this one – plus life lesson passed on

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  80. I blame the Russians.

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  81. No fair!!! We said “no tickling”!!!

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  82. Hmmm, could have gone with,

    “And that’s how you get Lyme Disease.”


  83. Farm Boy says:

    The researchers conclude that big-tech elites such as Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates display a ‘meritocratic’ worldview, meaning they do not see wealth as a source of their influence or success, but rather believe their innate abilities and more altruistic beliefs have enabled them to achieve power.

    “We find that the 100 richest members of the tech world reveal distinctive attitudes that set them apart both from the general population and from other wealthy elites,” the study states.


  84. It’s already started:

    Better stock up on non-perishables again. Especially you, Montana.

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  85. Studies show that the people who think they are better than us think they are better than us.

    Shocking. I’m sure more research needs to funded in order to have their finding replicated and published for peer-review.

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  86. Cheque d'Out says:

    Hark! Is that the whining of feminists that I hear?
    (Not saying that they haven’t got a point, just that I have no sympathy due to them getting a taste of their own divisive medicine)

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  87. Cheque d'Out says:


  88. Cheque d'Out says:

    I smell Troll

    It’s nice to have something cheery to read


  89. Cheque d'Out says:

    Nothing to see here, move along now

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  90. RichardP says:

    … there is zero evidence that this will make any difference to women’s sport.

    And how do we know this is true?

    Well … because I said so.

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  91. Cheque d'Out says:

    Just a coincidence, I’m convinced
    Huge fire breaks out at Indian Covid vaccine maker contracted to produce Oxford jab

    I guess more will have to have the TSAEV* using mRNA technology.

    Pretty sure that we’ve had similar fires around HCQ connected factories.

    *Totally Safe And Effective Vaccine

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  92. Cheque d'Out says:

    Well done Boris! Spain angrily accuses Boris Johnson of pettiness over decision to quit EU scheme

    A(nother) scheme that the UK paid in far more than it got back. Also gave access to world class UK universities in exchange for our access to BS euro ones.

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  93. Cheque d'Out says:

    Well … because I said so
    Bulletproof logic from the crazies, as always. Can’t reason with such people even as the MMA women fighters are carried away to hospital on stretchers.

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  94. Cheque d'Out says:

    (in fairness, the flooded bit is the flood relief plain for the building site on the higher ground at the back)

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  95. RichardP says:

    @KH said: Don’t pick stupid hobbies. … they can all be dangerous if you’re not careful. This is all or nothing. It’s stupid. Don’t be stupid.

    One of the great guitarists. Terry Kath One of the great bands. Worldwide fame. But still needed to live on the edge. All or nothing.

    From Wikipedia:

    Kath began to play with his guns. He spun his .38 revolver on his finger, put it to his temple, and pulled the trigger. The gun was not loaded. Johnson warned Kath several times to be careful. Kath then picked up a semi-automatic 9-mm pistol and, leaning back in a chair, said to Johnson, “Don’t worry about it … Look, the clip is not even in it.” His last words were, “What do you think I’m gonna do? Blow my brains out?”[36] To assuage Johnson’s concerns, Kath showed Johnson the empty magazine. Kath then replaced the magazine in the gun, put the gun to his temple and pulled the trigger. Apparently unbeknownst to Kath, the semi-automatic had a round in the chamber. He died instantly from the gunshot,[36] eight days shy of his 32nd birthday.

    Pretty good live version, for those who like this kind of thing. No sound engineering or overdubs. Just raw talent. Nothing but musicians and their voices and their instruments. Terry Kath on guitar.

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  96. Cheque d'Out says:

    I’ve just had another threatening letter from them today. Like I give a shit.

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  97. RichardP says:

    For the ladies.

    Terry Kath singing. If you open this in YouTube, this link gives links to the rest of the concert.

    Maybe a good opening for hopefully a better year. As time goes on, I realize …

    Added: Just before I clicked on “Post Comments” I remember that doing this in the past, posting videos that are part of a list like this one is, don’t always work. This link is supposed to be Colour My World. If it comes up anything other than that, just click on the YouTube link at bottom right of the video and find Colour My World in the list at top right of the screen.

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  98. Women’s sports???

    Gasp. Pearl clutch.

    Did you just assume someone’s gender???

    I’m telling President Puddinghead!!!

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  99. Cheque d'Out says:

    Puddinghead? Could catch on. An alternative is President Xiden the BFF of China

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  100. Xiden is fewer letters, and has that extra hint of spice to it. Might go with Xi-den, though.

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  101. Few years now I’ve been telling my boys they are living in a civilizational decline. And it’s all the way from top to bottom. Everyday now I have to respond to at least 3 completely idiotic ideas/requests at work. Real WTF, you’re going to hurt or kill someone hum-dingers, but of course I just can’t say that, because some idiot might get their feelings hurt instead of learning to possibly, just possibly trying to think a problem through beyond the first un-workable thing that pops into their tiny little heads.

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  102. Just now got a rather huffy email reply to my most polite version of “putting your hand on a hot stove may not get the result you want” caution, that was basically, “Well, they’re our hands and our stoves!”. Except its usually patients who actually get burned. Oh well, I have my email backed up, to two separate places.

    Don’t get sick, friends and neighbors. Don’t … get … sick.

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  103. Cheque d'Out says:

    Nice to see another old fart enjoying the sunset years of his life away from US politics.
    He doesn’t half get out and about. Good on him.


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  104. Cheque d'Out says:

    Would it be ungallant to point out how old the cover image must be?

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  105. Cheque d'Out says:

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  106. Cheque d'Out says:

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  107. Cheque d'Out says:

    Looking a bit Final Destination in this one

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  108. Cheque d'Out says:

    Their lunatic financial theories lose a little of their humorous aspect when the lunatics are in charge

    We have Build Back Better BloJo over here, trust me, I’m not laughing.

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  109. $OK, geniuses, you now make $25/hr to flip burgers or mop floors. Ooops, 3 months later and now there are robots flipping the burgers and mopping the floors and you now $0/hr. Oh, and burgers cost $20 (fries not included).

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  110. tb20driver says:


    “$OK, geniuses, you now make $25/hr to flip burgers or mop floors. Ooops, 3 months later and now there are robots flipping the burgers and mopping the floors and you now $0/hr. Oh, and burgers cost $20 (fries not included).”

    How dare you cite facts over ‘truth’! lol

    They are too short sighted to see that. And when it happens, oit will be someone else’s fault.

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  111. Cheque d'Out says:

    The script just writes itself if you have a mental age above that of a toddler.

    Liked by 2 people

  112. Cheque d'Out says:

    To be honest, I’d rather have my burger made by a machine rather than by a resentful studies ‘graduate’

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  113. Larry G says:

    “Puddinghead? Could catch on. An alternative is President Xiden the BFF of China”

    I think Shit-For-Brains has a nice ring to it

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  114. Cheque d'Out says:

    Names work best when they’re uniquely identifying. Shit-for-Brains could be any one of many democrats. Try shouting it in the senate and see how many look round.

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  115. Cheque d'Out says:

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  116. Cheque d'Out says:

    More proof that Evil walks among us


  117. Cheque d'Out says:

    Not convinced yet?

    Need more proof?

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  118. Cheque d'Out says:

    It’s that warm words hopey-changey leftard thing all over again. Vacuous bullshit that ends in disaster every single time.

    But they claim to mean well, so no biggy

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  119. Larry G says:

    “Names work best when they’re uniquely identifying. Shit-for-Brains could be any one of many democrats. Try shouting it in the senate and see how many look round.”

    Point taken. Needs to be more specific so as not to confuse the Dementedcraps. Back to the drawing board…

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  120. Cheque d'Out says:

    See? He’s not all bad…

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  121. Larry G says:

    Beware of Uncle Skippy…he’s a pervert

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  122. Sharkly says:

    “Biden causes sun to gloriously rise in East.”
    Yeah, I called it on my blog, in my new years predictions:

    However, our leftist media, which has been religiously preaching doom and gloom for four years straight, will usher in a new era of gilded-turds. “Everything is Awesome!” will become their new mantra. We will be told that everything is getting better. However, since our adversaries “Never let a good crisis go to waste” we can be sure that some crises will arise to justify their taking away more of our freedoms, presumably for our own good.

    It was kind of a no-brainer since the media has done this every time a Democrat has taken over from a Republican for as long as I can remember, and they always do the exact reverse when a Republican replaces a Democrat.

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  123. b g says:

    Okay, I laughed ;-D

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  124. Cheque d'Out says:

    I wanted to watch something optimistic, to cheer me up. I’ve just started watching Chernobyl again. The commie officials are shown protecting the people from troubling information (aka the truth). Would make CNN proud, comrades

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  125. “So those people who were working on the pipeline will start their new high-paying, union jobs that are good for the environment on Monday?”, would have been the obvious follow-up question.

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  126. Cheque d'Out says:

    Amazing how easy they make it look to be that full of shit.

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  127. Cheque d'Out says:

    Great news, comrades!

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  128. Dang, that Fraud at the end is hella.

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  129. Sumo says:

    Oh, and burgers cost $20 (fries not included).

    Bitch, if I make you a burger, you’ll be happy to pay $20 for it.

    I will, however, include the fries for that price.

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  130. Ame says:

    LOL Spawny!


  131. Ame says:

    Cheque d’Out
    3h ago
    Names work best when they’re uniquely identifying. Shit-for-Brains could be any one of many democrats. Try shouting it in the senate and see how many look round.

    Spawny winning the prize for making me laugh today!

    though i confess i did laugh at Larry’s
    Larry G
    4h ago
    “Puddinghead? Could catch on. An alternative is President Xiden the BFF of China”

    I think Shit-For-Brains has a nice ring to it

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  132. Ain’t ever heard of a $20 burger worth having, but I did hear tell of a rather tasty $5 shake.


  133. Ame says:

    Cheque d’Out
    4h ago
    The script just writes itself if you have a mental age above that of a toddler.

    speaking of toddlers/babies … GrandNiece turned one this month and is ADORABLE!!! i LOVE facetiming with her. yesterday she kept touching my face on Niece’s phone, so Niece just gave her the phone – GrandNiece was VERY happy! she got to take me along – i got to see all sorts of things! lol!

    today Niece told me that GrandNiece had dumped the dog and cat water bowls and had dog and cat water on her pants and lunch in her hair!

    perfect for a one-year-old … and, well, i guess that’s the mental age of those writing the script these days 🙂 LOL!

    – – –

    also, Aspie-Girl turned 21 this month!!! she’s doing amazing 🙂

    – – –

    and . . . i have a GrandNephew due to be born any day now – my “Baby” Brother will become a Grandpa. i’ll probably never meet the kid, but it’s one more for our family line … and another family birthday in January bringing the total to 5 (no, that’s not new math … just didn’t mention the other two! lol!)

    – – –

    ahhh … speaking of ‘new math’ … Oldest works online, and part of their quality control is being quizzed once a month. the other day she said, “Mom, I made a 100! I missed two, but I still made a hundred. Not sure how that works, but I’ll take it!” me: “It’s the new math, Baby!”

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  134. SFC Ton says:

    Shorter the tower the less fuck around time you have, that Russian had near on 0 fuck around time.


  135. SFC Ton says:

    I paid $80 For a waygu bacon cheese burgers and two shots of bourbon in Dubai.

    One of the best breakfasts I’ve ever had

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  136. Ame says:

    aaaand … Dubai was never the same again 😉

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