Apparently, some guy had an argument with his girlfriend, and the next day left her an “I’m sorry” offering of presents, along with a note which made me giggle like a schoolgirl:
“The chocolates are cos I love you.
“The flowers are cos I’m sorry.
“The Tampax is cos I’m still not sure why I’m apologising so I guess you’ll need these any day now.”
Needless to say, some people have failed to see the humor in it because, as we all know, no woman has ever been pre-menstrually irritable.
Of course, it’s only going to make things worse for him, as all experienced men will acknowledge, but it’s worth it.
Oh, and for those who think it’s “passive-aggressive”, what would you think if he’d just plonked down a box of Tampax and his note read, “Take one and call me in the morning.”
Now that’s aggressive.
Executive Summary: Single mother of four young kids has two jobs (barmaid and elder-care worker), but can’t keep her head above water financially. Then she quits both, starts her own work-from-home business, and makes literally thousands per week.
Here’s the story. I have no problem with this, but no doubt somebody will.
This is the lady in question:
This kinda follows on from my long-ago post about changing my position on prostitution. If all she has are those outstanding attributes, and guys are willing to pay to look at them, then why not?
I just hope that she’s putting money away for the future, because as fine as those attributes are, they are very much a depreciating asset.
This is very unusual for me, but I fell over laughing when I saw it.
I’m not much given to the silly “rating” of women (or men, for that matter), because as with most matters of taste, one man’s 9 is another man’s 2 — e.g. Kim Kardashian, who might be rated highly by wealthy Black athletes (according to her dating history) but who would struggle to get much more than a 4 from me, for all sorts of reasons.
Still, let’s just consider this young lady:
Pretty face, lovely bust, full figure… quite tasty, in other words… depending on her personality, I’d give her a 7. (She has crap taste in shoes, and boyfriends, as you will see in a moment.)
What interests me (apart from the obvious), is that while her (now ex-) boyfriend rated her only as a 4 — but he himself cannot be worth more than a 1 or 2, from any woman’s perspective:
I mean, seriously?
Now read the whole sorry tale, and all I can say is, she’s well rid of him and could do a whole lot better.
This article, and the pathology it describes, fills me with all the negatives: disgust, horror, loathing, hatred and the burning desire to lay about these people with a barbed-wire-wrapped cricket bat.
Which is surprising, because for the last twenty years or so, American girls have been raised from birth to be premium dating fodder, primed from the first whiff of puberty to be Available for Sex on Saturday Night. So why are they being ghosted in droves? Abandoned and left to die alone, clutching their pets and Warren for President signs?
You’d think these girls would be experts at snagging a mate. Years of sex ed, birth control pills, and permission to date early and often with no judgement from the grownups should have guaranteed they’d have suitors dangling from their every finger, lines outside the door, dates every night, so many engagement rings shoved under their noses they’d be blinded by the shimmering sight of all those diamonds nestled against black velvet.
Read the whole article, but only if you have a strong stomach.
An entire generation — maybe even two — will have been corrupted almost beyond redemption.
…Harry Enfield, that is (video via Mr. Free Market), and not the ginger twat married to that Hollywood strumpet.
“Over-education [of women] leads to ugliness, premature aging and beard growth.”
Not too sure of the “beard growth”, but if he means masculinization, he’s perfectly correct.
I find these women only marginally more attractive than the ones that Harry depicts.
And if you want to see how Our Betters regard us Deplorables, his take on the working classes is priceless. For us, it’s comedy; for them, it’s social commentary.