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Good morning, and welcome to another edition of Hunky Hump Day. No half-mast anything, please. Let’s get started.

Now for the hunks. Fake redhead for Carin.


Michael Phelps.

Oooh, another football season.

Somewhere warmer than here.

Liev Schreiber.

Last, but not least.

Thank you for your attention, thanks to Pirate’s Cove for the weekly linky love, and y’all have a good day.

165 Comments

  1. Toxic Masculinity Wednesday

  2. Anyone have a hankering to do a Thursday post? Busy week here with little spare time to organize my shtuff.

  3. We’ll figure out something, Jimbro.

  4. Mini-me will be traveling to DC tonight to participate in the March for Life.

  5. Oso transplaining brought some funny.

    T’s Bach dealio was fun.

    Roamy’s half-mast most assuredly was straight up…

  6. that chick reminds me of the partridge family babe

  7. did she ever do Adult Films?

  8. Godzihrra’s Dey in Tokyo w/ your Mom™

  9. A Double Date Dey – Mother / Daughter Style™

  10. I hadn’t thought about Susan Dey in ages. For some reason, my sister loathed her. I had a Seventeen magazine (back when it was a decent publication) with Dey on the cover, and my sister blacked out her teeth.

  11. This is sexisistist or something.

  12. Women hate other women more than any man ever could.

    Congrats, ladies. You win. Clean up your toxic femininity. LOL

  13. no boundaries and no brains:

    \https://nypost.com/2019/01/15/burly-man-arrested-for-punching-11-year-old-girl-in-the-face/

    we are at a breaking point as a society.
    I am 100% NOT condoning this guy’s actions – but what kind of friggin idiot child would attempt to physically confront that guy?
    social media is gonna get a lot of ppl hurt; it’s one thing to watch movies and vines about underdogs and fighting – it’s a whole other rodeo getting punched in the face.

    6’5″ – 250# ???WTF
    I’m 6’1″ and i’d think long and hard about getting froggy with that guy

  14. This is what all those Joss Whedon heroines get you. 11yo girls thinking they have a reasonable shot at taking down a giant.

  15. This is totally awesome – an Electric Guitar Orchestra performing Bach (Car in is going to love this!):

  16. That guy’s life will be ruined. Attacked by a mob and then physically assaulted. What was he supposed to do, wait until someone hit him with a brick or something?

  17. WTF is the context for the girl attacking the guy? I’m assuming he didn’t just come out of nowhere and start swinging.

  18. Don’t worry jamster, you could take him.

  19. One surprising upside to being really short that hadn’t occurred to me: I won’t look the slightest bit menacing in any surveillance footage.

  20. wakey wakey

    There was a crowd of girls that had surrounded him and his family. The girls were harassing them. I don’t know more than that. They girl charged twice, the first time he pushed her, then she came more aggressively (or someone did in response to the push) and he hit her.

    I’m sure it was more instinctual. He had his wife and kids there, and it was a pretty large group of wild tweens.

  21. The 11yo is probably my height, even.

  22. Yeah, he’s outnumbered. I’d have done the same. It’d hurt me to do, but I know I’d defend my family even against that.

  23. “Don’t worry jamster, you could take him.”
    hahahaaa!!!
    thanks i’ll pass

  24. i was mentioning the guide rails of life yesterday –
    that girl just got an up close intro to them.
    hopefully she learned a lesson that ends with her becoming a better human being – but i doubt it.

  25. No, she’ll leverage this into a career in punditry at MSNPC.

  26. Vegetarians eat for free!

  27. She’s another Cash me outside girl. Mylie Cyrus wannabe.

  28. a real good buddy of mine told me a story about a time he went to a call about a mob of rioting teens/tweens:
    he was attacked when he tried to disperse them.
    he said it was one of the more pucker inducing calls he has been on; they tried to take his side arm and they physically attacked him. his biggest fear was he was going to have to shoot one –

    He’s a 6’3″ cop that can handle himself pretty well and he didn’t have to worry about his family being attack/injured/killed –

    the kids were girls

  29. his toxic masculinity probably saved lives that day.

  30. Add in to the fact, that this man probably hasn’t thought through his mind how one SHOULD deal with a pack of wild animals at a mall. At some point, he just acted on instinct. Perhaps if he’d had 20 quiet minutes to think it through, he could have found a “better” way to handle the situation. But he didn’t.

  31. Certainly indicative of our societal collapse. You can watch vids all day everyday of this type of behavior. They all are basically the same, (groups or indivduals) throwing tantrums getting violent and swarm attacking.

    I believe the incident occurred because the teenies were harrassing a girl and her mother as they tried to exit the mall. Dad shows up, delivers real world education. That’s one little zombie that will think twice before “runnin all up on someone”. I wouldn’t have dropped her with a punch. I would have judo’d her ass and used her momentum to throw her on her face. You can do this all day with a light enough human.

    Soon (very soon) there is going to be another Bernie Goetz type incident. This whole “going ham” bullshit needs to stop. But a big part of the problem is that others instigate and inflame situations by pulling out their cameras instead of saying “stop the bullshit”.

  32. I’m starting to come to the opinion that the laws on assault and battery need to be changed. Some people need to be hit, for the good of society.

  33. We need to bring back the whipping post for these little shits. Make it a requirement that the punishments be public, and that every high schooler has to attend one whipping per year to observe it and understand that stupid behavior has consequences.

  34. This is the fruit of the War on Bullying. It stopped the worthy beatdowns along with the unworthy.

  35. It’s the fruit of clearing all men out of schools, and a generation raised by single mothers.

  36. Also true.

  37. Young, unraised children are especially violent. I think perhaps more folks should read lord of the flies.

  38. Alex’s point is strong, I’d forgotten that we’ve got reams of data about fatherless children having a high propensity for violence and criminality.

  39. Soon (very soon) there is going to be another Bernie Goetz type incident. This whole “going ham” bullshit needs to stop. But a big part of the problem is that others instigate and inflame situations by pulling out their cameras instead of saying “stop the bullshit”.

    Soon the people who whip out the phones to take footage will become targets. Just more evidence in favor of my theory that we were all better off with flip-phones.

  40. What’s interesting, Leon, is that there seems to be a lack of data about motherless children. We spent a whole lot of time studying what happens when a child is raised by a single mom, but not about what happens when a child is raised by a single dad. I can’t think that’s accidental.

  41. If only there was something a women could do to try to lower the chances of having to raise a child alone.

  42. Comment by Car in on January 16, 2019 10:07 am
    If only there was something a women could do to try to lower the chances of having to raise a child alone.

    The problem is that they don’t want to lower their chances.

    Women, especially poor women, have been fed a steady diet of self-empowerment tripe about how they don’t need a man, especially some loser. Combine that with the destruction of much of the economy that these men relied on for work, and the subsequent rise in criminality and drug use, and it’s not surprising that they’re choosing single motherhood.

  43. As I understand it, there are far, far fewer single fathers, but the data we have says that the criminality of children raised by dad alone is indistinguishable from mom&dad.

    #hatefact

  44. I think with men, you see an increase in those dads who are completely detached from their kids. Women /moms lack the ability to be strict/disciplinary enough and dads CAN lack a mom’s attachment.

  45. My suspicion is that children are best raised by mom until around the age of reason (about age seven) after which the child is better off being raised primarily by their father, who has that detachment.

  46. Eh, a detached dad often sorta doesn’t give a shit. Flunk out of school? Get out of my house … kind of stuff.

  47. For Pupstah

    https://tinyurl.com/ycdm8kj3

  48. Bad parents are bad parents. But you find very few women who will abandon their children – but there are examples aplenty of men who do that. I personally know many. Of course, the attachment alone isn’t enough to raise a good person. But I do think that is a pretty needed component. Best to just stick with two parent families.

  49. Ok, I misunderstood your use of the word. I mean detachment in the sense that he can be the disciplinarian and emotionally separate himself what needs to be done to properly raise the child in a way that it seems like many mothers cannot. They treat the child as a permanent extension of their bodies, and as such enable bad behavior by minimizing any negative consequences and refusing to instill discipline.

  50. But you find very few women who will abandon their children – but there are examples aplenty of men who do that.

    Women don’t abandon their children, they kill them.

    What’s worse, a child placed into a stable life in an orphanage/adoption, or a child who goes from foster home to foster home inbetween stints with mom and her latest boyfriend, grandma’s, etc.?

  51. Oh look, a nice, shiny burn it all fucking down.

  52. Question for sean – Have you read The Nix? I just started it and thought if you hadn’t, you’d like it. The chapter I just finished was kind of awesome.

  53. There comes a time – teenage years – where/when loving your kids becomes pretty hard. That is when the mom is needed, and that is when dads (without the intense love) sometimes say “fuck it”.

    Obviously, we’re speaking in generalities. From the situations I see – friends of Erin’s, etc – a lot of the dads, by the time the kids are teens, they just sort of let them raise themselves. Sure, they may “punish” them for certain behaviors, but they fail to address the “why” of the misbehavior.

    And the combination of stepdad (our wonderful Jimbro) excluded – here you have a dad who truly doesn’t give a fuck. THe two kids who were kicked out of the house, while in high school, both had step dads.

  54. A non-zero # of single moms now are those who saw that they could keep the $$ and ditch the dad in favor of “eat, prey, lust” or something via the divorce court system.

    Said dads must comply with court orders or be labeled “deadbeat”.

  55. Well, of the divorced /going divorce people I know – three close friends of mine, all three dads cheated. I’m not saying it doesn’t happen, and also perhaps I have a better ‘class’ of friends.

    One just found out at Christmas time. Three young kids.

  56. Not trying to be antagonistic, but were the men ‘frozen out’ in any of those cases? It absolutely does not excuse it, and I’d unperson any man I knew who did it, but I wonder how often it happens.

  57. My one friend it was actually the opposite. He had zero interest in sex, and didn’t want to deal with the Low T issue. No, his response was to blame her for ? and find some new hunny that would (temporarily) inspire him.

    The one who just found out – obviously I do not know, but she adored her husband, and was working out (at crossfit) so she could join him at the higher level events he enjoyed. Doesn’t really fit the pattern of a woman who “froze” him out. They also had three pretty young kids, indicative of things in that area not being an issue.

  58. But – she is a redhead, so maybe she doesn’t have a soul?

    ( I actually really, really like her)

  59. My uncle cheated on my aunt (this was … oh … 20 years back now) and my aunt DEFINITELY DID NOT FREEZE HIM OUT.

    They’re divorced. She’s happily remarried, and he lives by his lonesome in petosky.

    Most embarrassing was after they divorced, he dated a European chick for a while, and she dressed him up in a speedo bathing suit. My cousin was gay for a while, and that probably had a lot to do with it.

  60. Some men are simply scum. And some are stupid and let their egos get the better of them. I wonder if this is something that’s on the rise, or simply more apparent nowadays.

  61. Car in, your friends hubby is an idiot. She’s a MILF.

  62. Gay, for a while. Love it.

    You aren’t supposed to pick, IT’S GENETIC OMG!

  63. Dammit, now I want cauliflower soup, or potato soup.

    Go beat up someone on FB, Car in, and quite posting recipes.

  64. Not to mention the legions of kids who are being raised by grandparents because neither biological parent wanted to be burdened. We see a shitload of that out here. Grandparents generally don’t have the enertto enforce their will on teenagers.

  65. TiFW, that electric guitar orchestra was some of the coolest shit I’ve seen lately. Tocatta
    And Fugue in D Minor is my favorite piece of music written for organ (sywm).

  66. So, Pelosi wants to postpone the State of the Union until after the shutdown, and she’s a genius?

  67. Raise your kids, and spoil your grandkids

    OR

    Spoil your kids, and raise your grandkids.

  68. So, Pelosi wants to postpone the State of the Union until after the shutdown, and she’s a genius?

    Does she know those used to be sent by mail and read into the record by a clerk?

    No one has to be there. Trump could tape it and upload it to youtube and it would ‘count’.

  69. All the libs are calling it a history making event. I don’t see it.

  70. I wonder if this is something that’s on the rise, or simply more apparent nowadays.

    I’m gonna guess it’s not necessarily on the rise, women just don’t want to put up with it anymore. I do think that guys are also a tad immature, and they mistake a crush for love. When their wife discovers the cheating, and demand a divorce, dudes are like … why not? New hunny sure is exciting …

  71. The leftover soup is calling my name. I’m going to try NOT to finish it today.

  72. It literally took 8 min in the instapot.

  73. Comment by leoncaruthers on January 16, 2019 12:01 pm
    So, Pelosi wants to postpone the State of the Union until after the shutdown, and she’s a genius?

    Does she know those used to be sent by mail and read into the record by a clerk?

    No one has to be there. Trump could tape it and upload it to youtube and it would ‘count’.

    Twitter.

  74. I’m gonna guess it’s not necessarily on the rise, women just don’t want to put up with it anymore. I do think that guys are also a tad immature, and they mistake a crush for love. When their wife discovers the cheating, and demand a divorce, dudes are like … why not? New hunny sure is exciting …

    Maybe a little from column A, a little from column B…

    It seems like it’s easier nowadays, thanks to smartphones, social media, dating sites and the death of a lot of the social institutions that used to exist for adults.

    I’m amazed at the number of women I see when I go out dancing who supposedly have a boyfriend who never goes out with them. He’s home playing video games.

  75. OMG THIS SOUP IS SOOOO GOOD.

  76. Why is the Gillette ad targeted at men? Women shave far more of their bodies than men do. And I suspect that women are far more likely to be the ones in the family to shop for razors.

  77. Comment by Car in on January 16, 2019 12:34 pm
    OMG THIS SOUP IS SOOOO GOOD.

    Warm and creamy in your mouf?

  78. So, after spending an hour trying to write a script to clean up data that I’m working on, the power in the building just went out and I lost all my work. Fuuuuuuuu…

  79. Warm n Creamy Karma?

  80. Command S

  81. I think I read somewhere that most divorces are initiated by women.

    From my time in the suburbs I’ve found that the ladies are terribly lonely. No idea why. Could be they have a husband that works constantly or he fucks a coworker or they have kids and have grown apart. But it seems to be the women that are unhappy and the guys are doing something else.

    It’s sad. We know that Pay adores Car in and they don’t suffer from this condition but far too many couples our age seem to be phoning it in.

    Also surprising in the burbs: the number of men my age who have invited me over to play video games. That’s a full stop. No way I’m going down the basement and playing whatever the fuck it is that they play. I’m not 14.

  82. Don’t taint my soup experience.

  83. My friend initiated the divorce. BECAUSE HE HAD A GIRLFRIEND.

  84. You know what will keep my marriage strong?

    Grandchildren.

    And more dogs.

    pay knows the deal.

  85. Trump should definitely phone in his SOTU address. I would abso-fucking-lutely love that.

  86. It’s pretty obvious you guys actually like each other.

    But I told him I thought he could do better.

  87. MJ, I think some of it is unrealistic expectations. They’ve been taught that they should be married to McDreamy Von Banker, M.D., have a well-paying, fulfilling job, perfect kids, and no cellulite. The house should be spotless, except for the perfectly arranged and color-coordinated mess in the corner of the living room which shows off how wacky and exhausting their life is.

    Basically, they’ve had their brains poisoned by crappy dramas, HGTV, and Instagram.

    For the guys, everyone works an office job an hates themselves. They don’t have the hobbies or social circle that other generations had, and no one has any money to spend on that kind of stuff. So they play video games and smoke weed and isolate themselves from the rest of the world.

  88. Rush said he should send a written SOTU to congress then hold a SOTU rally in a huge stadium.

    I like that idea.

  89. Comment by Hotspur on January 16, 2019 1:00 pm
    Trump should definitely phone in his SOTU address. I would abso-fucking-lutely love that.

    Either TwitterSOTU, or see if Fox News can lure Pelosi and Schumer onto a evening news program, suprise them with McConnel, and then have Trump call in and announce that this constitutes his SOTU.

  90. Some of that is true, I think. I’m not so sure that suburban chicks have unrealistic expectations that haven’t been tempered, but more so that their husbands are large boys. And they certainly don’t smoke weed. I’d be selling it to them at 1K an oz if they did.

    Let’s take Car in and Pay for example. As I’ve shared many times, Pay could do way better but there’s a mutual respect and obvious caring that just isn’t there in other couples I know. We should invite Pay into the blog so he can tell us why, or dear god why, he puts up with her.

    Its too simple to state that chicks want Brad Pitt and a career but real life has smacked them in the face. My sense is they just want attention from their husbands.

  91. There has long been those false images out there of the perfect spouse. It just seems that now – that false image is projected at you from EVERY angle. Its impossible to get away from it, and if you actually try to have a conversation (with women) about these false realities … Well, I was once asked why I couldn’t just just my brain off and enjoy the entertainment.

    This event actually cause an enormous rift with a pretty large friend group I had. People didn’t like the uncomfortable questions I asked, when I was just trying to get a discussion going.

    Women don’t want to have that discussion. They want to believe the bs. And it’s gotten a lot more complicated than the Prince charming deal.

  92. My main key to happiness is having had a miserable childhood, being ruled by a damaged person who was incapable of letting others live peacefully. I look back at the crazy bullshit that used to seem normal and I can’t even believe it.

    I think a lot of women were raised in a kind of emotionally sanitized atmosphere that easily breeds discontentment later in life. Kids don’t have to see terrible stuff, but they do have to see their parents disagree, argue, and work things out.

  93. There’s a lot of truth to the idea that you need some difficulty in life. Having it too easy can be poisonous to your development.

    Megan McArdle wrote a book about the importance of failing and learning from failure. She had a good story about a teenaged girl who came to see her at a book signing and said how much she loved the book and how she wished she could take risks like McArdle mentions in the books (taking a class that interested her rather than sticking to her fully planned curriculum) but was terrified to do so because of the push back from her parents and the effect it would have on her college chances.

  94. Perhaps I don’t see any of these images of the perfect anything because I don’t do social media/tv?

    All I know is that after I come home from a hard day of getting poor, homeless kittens a new start in life, closing out a big deal in the board room, reading poetry to blind orphan children, and then working out for 2 hours it’s all I can do to soap up my perfect six pack abs, get a fantastic yet healthy dinner on the table and make mad passionate love to my wife.

    After all of that it’s a pure joy to pay off her credit card bills using my multi-million dollar trust fund so that she can feel beautiful and trendy. As the night winds down I text all of her friends pictures of our perfect family to illicit seething jealousy and then prepare for her nightly massage.

    But not until I draw a bubble bath set to exactly 101 degrees so she can relax while I put the kiddo to bed.

    AMIRIGHT?

  95. Perhaps I don’t see any of these images of the perfect anything because I don’t do social media/tv?

    It’s in the culture and has seeped into everything . Advertising. Music.

  96. That dude would get ditched. Too beta.

  97. *steals MJ’s lunch money

  98. But I think he’s onto something. Pay could have done better. I wonder what’s wrong.

  99. The worst place to be in any office is between two women who dislike each other.

    Woo doggy how true that is. We’ve all seen it. Vicious comes to mind. At a Walmart bakery, it’s almost come to fisticuffs. I would just go and stand out of the way, by the only man, and watch the fun unfold.

  100. The biggest culprits are social media. Instagram and Twitter. Fucking Pintrest.

  101. New TV Show?

  102. elicit- to provoke, draw out

    illicit- unlawful, impermissible

    it’s all I can do to soap up my perfect six pack abs

    Scott uses organic virgin coconut oil.

  103. I promised I’d never tell, but … vestigial tail.

  104. gah, lookit this frukin thing

    https://michaelscomments.wordpress.com/2019/01/15/put-some-heebie-in-your-jeebies/

  105. sigh, ok. Workyworky!

  106. I promised I’d never tell, but … vestigial tail.

    Kinky. For some guys that’d be a plus.

  107. https://www.dailywire.com/news/42286/ocasio-cortez-uses-violent-sexual-term-describe-ryan-saavedra

    So when can we expect Occasional Cortex to be removed from committees in Congress, like Steve King was. Kevin McCarthy said so.

  108. Is it almost Spring yet? Starting to get the short-day doldrums.

  109. My suspicion is that children are best raised by mom until around the age of reason (about age seven) after which the child is better off being raised primarily by their father, who has that detachment.

    I watched some program about India on the PBS. If a woman was sentenced to jail, and had small children, the children went with her. When the child turned five/six, the father or family was expected to come get the kid. They view the whole mother/infant/young child attachment important in the mental development/well being of little humans. They are housed with other mothers, who take turns watching and teaching each other’s kids.
    Sounds like a good idea to me.

    When my kids were little, I was the bad guy…Mr. B. was the fun one jungle-joe. Around tween years the roles started to reverse. He became the heavy and didn’t put up with their shit. I didn’t either but he had more impact as he was slow to rile and when he went off…we all scattered. Mad daddies are scarier than mad moms when you are starting to pass mom up in height. You need that balance of dad putting you on your ass when you stray too close to the edge.

  110. Self-discipline isn’t a thing anymore. No not that kind. The kind where you do the things you know you should regardless of whether or not you want to. The kind where you stick to what you started because it’s the right thing to do. The kind where you don’t do silly and foolish things just because you have the impulse.

  111. Another comment noted that Bell could’ve “easily killed” the girl with the brutal left-handed blow.

    And yet he restrained himself from doing that seeing as how she’s still breathing and not any more brain damaged than she was before.

  112. Mad daddies are scarier than mad moms when you are starting to pass mom up in height. You need that balance of dad putting you on your ass when you stray too close to the edge.

    This is true. Sons are suddenly taller/stronger than mom and can do whatever they want. As for daughters, I’ve noticed that the worst young women are the ones whose mothers tried to be friends with their daughters.

  113. elicit- to provoke, draw out
    illicit- unlawful, impermissible
    ————————
    I stand by my use of the word.

  114. *finally catches up*

    In my experience or observation, 95% of the people I know who cheated on their spouses, were women. About a dozen or so over a couple of decades…either coworkers or neighbors.
    Only one felt so guilty, she didn’t ask the husband for anything and let him have primary custody of their three small children.

    The last one left her husband for his best friend and turned the screws pretty hard in the divorce, drawing it out by constantly changing her mind/challenging every item, making it extremely annoying/painful. It got so bad, he would only have contact with her through his attorney. He had to call the cops on her once when she, along with her daddy, tried to get back in the house to remove stuff.

    She got half of everything plus two years alimony (about 2k/month) She’s finally moved in with the other guy and posts lots of pictures of them vacationing in exotic locals. She’s always come off as high maintenance, even when our girls were small. But now….more like a pig.

  115. ^^ From what we could tell, their daughters side with their dad.

  116. I’ve noticed that the worst young women are the ones whose mothers tried to be friends with their daughters.

    Yep.

    Always told the girls that I was their MOTHER (as in big, bad, mean old witch) until they moved out. We could move into the friend zone after that.

    Worked out OK, I guess. When they were older, they thanked us for being their PARENTS rather than their pals.

  117. Study shows wall is vulnerable to high powered saws, bombs, and wrecking balls.

    Might as well not waste the money, huh?

  118. I fell down a YouTube rabbit hole today – Barbershop Quartets that are absolutely out of this world. Ignore the Brillo pad on the bass’s head; it’s “flair” for points in a competition.

    Stick with it to the end – this one will send chills down your spine:

  119. Oh, and the music is from Disney’s “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” animated movie. If you have kids of a certain age, you might remember hearing the score.

    I only recognized it because Rebecca started watching all of the movies we still had lying around the house from when her sisters watched them.

  120. https://tinyurl.com/asian-Oso

  121. https://tinyurl.com/Dan-takes-over

  122. Hey all you regular posters, I’ve got a spare memes post I can put up tomorrow if nobody else has time to pick up Jimbro’s slack.

  123. Hey, I’ve seen descriptions of Hallmark movies. If a man cheats, he’s an sob and horrible to his wonderful loyal wife. If a woman cheats, it’s because of true love, and soulmates, and her mean husband doesn’t understand her or meet her “needs”.

  124. So Pepe is who we go to for info about the hallmark movies?

  125. Scott – important bear trap update –
    i found another one.
    it’s got teeth.
    i’ll send some pics post haste

  126. That’s right Pepe. In my second marriage my wife felt “emotionally disconnected” while I was a thousand miles away so she filled the empty space with some guys penis. It was my fault for earning a living. Funny, she didn’t feel emotionally disconnected from the split level with in ground pool, and my car, and pretty much ALL my shit (but I’m not bitter). But hey, it was my fault so that was that.

    In my experience the cheaters out number non cheaters by a large margin. Also in my experience, just about everybody was fucking or trying to fuck everybody else. It’s what we do, the human condition. I’m not so sure that monogamy is a natural human state.

  127. My second wife cheated on me, unbeknownst to me. She was pretty good at covering it up. It wasn’t until months after she left me that I figured it out.

    She claimed I was emotionally too distant to stay connected. No, you just got connected to another cock.

    Whore.

  128. Most couples in our circle of friends…and work…are not cheaters.

    Just thought of this… my son has two friends whose wives decided to play around within the first year of marriage. Wtf? The first one was screwing her boss at the non-profit she was working at. He had a crappy lawyer because he was made to pay her alimony since her part-time non-profit paid her shit and she was used to a certain standard of living. (He, the friend, snagged a great job in tech.)

    The second one was screwing a married man, whose wife was pregnant. He, the second friend, packed what he could in his car and moved in with his brother. Left her with everything else. Not sure how that divorce will fall out.

  129. In the second case, the wife makes more money that my son’s friend.

  130. Michigan has “no fault” divorce. My ex-wife got nothing but her clothes, car, and agreement to split the proceeds from sale of the house.

    That was in 2000. I have had no contact with her in over ten years.

    At first she thought we could be friends. Uh, no, bitch, men and women can’t be friends. Especially lying cunts.

  131. For the record, I have never cheated.

    Your mom doesn’t count.

  132. I haven’t cheated either*. Been cheated on at least once.

    *I can think of a few times that I would have been tempted if the chance had been there

  133. Not on my wife, though. Love of my life and I’d never.

    Ex, though, I might have done it just to get out.

  134. Maybe. I don’t know. It’s been almost 20 years and I can’t put my mind back there all that easily. I wasn’t always a man of such sterling integrity, but I am not sure how bad I was.

  135. Pupster, 🤪

  136. SS next year needs to get this hoodie for Leon, just to be ironic.

  137. TiFW, Disney had a live Hunchback show at the parks. I didn’t appreciate the music from the film or soundtrack until I heard “Out There” performed live. I wasn’t a fan of the gargoyles. One of my favorite soundtracks.

  138. I’m not so sure that monogamy is a natural human state.

    It’s not. Neither are indoor plumbing, antibiotics, living situations larger than a small tribe, or millions of other aspects of modern society. But they are superior to the natural human state, which is depraved, barbaric, violent, and stupid.

  139. Monogamy is the best possible way to raise healthy children who can sustain civilization, ensure that someone cares for you in your old age, and avoid sexual degeneracy.

    Other than that it sucks.

  140. Monogamy is what everyone who recites wedding vows commits to.

    When I attend weddings, I think, “Yeah, whatever.”

  141. I don’t have a problem with it.

  142. Polygamy works in other cultures whether it be the dead brothers widow or cause dude can “afford” a second wife.

  143. It doesn’t work. Those cultures are often deeply screwed up.

  144. Oso, did you like the arrangement in the video?

    I sang in Choir from the time that I was about 6-7 (<-===Church choir), and have always appreciated tight harmonies. Those guys managed to snag some overtones in that number.

    The first time I heard it, I was just in awe.

  145. Of course it works (for them) they’ve been practicing that behavior for how long now? They have intact family units. That the culture is screwed up is irrelevant, I was just talking bout our propensity to fuck each other like proverbial rabbits and the number of people that do not adhere to monogamy in the real world vs number that subscribe to same.

  146. Monogamy is the worst possible way to organize family units, aside from all of the other ways.

    (Honestly, I’ve seen folks who did the “open marriage” joke. Never worked out well.)

  147. TiFW, I loved the arrangement! I was getting on Dan’s nerves while singing along. I’ve been arranging a few of the songs in my head that weren’t part of this amazing piece. I work with a guy that has an incredible voice. We show tune at work to the point our peers have hate toward us. I can’t wait to show him this arrangement. Can not wait!

  148. Polygamy only works if you continuously sacrifice the majority of your men to Mars or Moloch, and you’d better convince them of afterlife booty in the first case. That’s the only pole holding up the harem tent in Islam.

  149. My dad was a cheater. I have multiple half siblings. My mom cheated after my dad’s stroke. I decry both cheaters. When Dan and I took PreCana classes 30 years ago, our sponsors challenged our hard line on cheating.

  150. Still waiting on layoff announcements. GM wishlist is being challenged. GM jumped the gun and is now being challenged legally. I’m locked in wait and see. Vacay starts tomorrow.

  151. Are you going anywhere for vacation Crazy Bear?

  152. Hockey road trip. Pens at Coyotes. Wild at Knights. We would’ve Lobo’d at Thomas Mack but the Lobos suck.

  153. My mom is with my bro in Vegas. We’re sucking it up to be with my mom on Tuesday. Dan has had my back for 30 years. Toxic family can be cured or outlasted. We’re focused on the outlast

  154. Sounds fun! Folks up here in southern canada say that hockey is the new NASCAR.

  155. I didn’t mean the toxic stuff sounded fun.

    Just the hockey.

  156. I’m wearing my Whalers jersey. Hockey is fun.

  157. Pups, my nominally Catholic Family is feeling the heat. I never engage. EVER.

  158. We have lots of Catholic shit happening now. True believer crap is getting kicked to the curb. We’re holding strong. Commie papa Franke shit is divisive. Papa Benny conceded to the globalists. Catholic Conspiracies

  159. Make Constantinople Great Again.

  160. Dammit, Earl–relinquish power!

  161. […] The H2 has Big Boob Friday. And some Rule 5 for the ladies. […]


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