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2012-06-27 01:54:08 PM  

Mandapants: play Devil's advocate


marge, may i play devil's advocate for a moment?
 
2012-06-27 01:57:02 PM  

Deathfrogg: Nowadays, if a man can't drop $350 or more on the first date, he isn't even considered. It's funny how so many women complain about there not being any good men out there, but they always seem to want to try to wheedle out how much a man makes in the first 10 minutes of conversation and judge him accordingly. I don't know too many guys that can drop a weeks pay on entertaining someone every weekend.


Who the hell are these people?!?! I can't fathom doing any of the above things on a first date...not spending that amount of money (that's LUDICROUS...and I live in a relatively pricey city) and it's just in poor taste to talk salary on a date. Good god...are you picking women out of the Trophy Wives w/Bolt On Fake Tits catalog?
 
2012-06-27 02:06:50 PM  
Wow, a lot of Farkers have really lousy taste in women/men. If you find yourself constantly getting involved with golddiggers or man-children, it's time to stop blaming the opposite sex and take a look in the mirror.

Guess my mama raised me right. She taught me: 1) never put up with any kind of abuse, and 2) never get myself into a situation where I'm reliant upon a man to take care of me.

As a result, I view relationships as partnerships. I don't expect my boyfriend to be the breadwinner, nor do I want that responsibility. I did it for two years while he was un/under-employed and it was very stressful since I was just starting my career at the time and didn't make a whole lot. But we stuck it out, knowing that if we're going to be together in the long run, we'll likely go through other difficult times. It's all about mutual respect and balance. We both work full-time so we split household duties. I do what I'm good at, like cooking, and since I cook, he does the dishes afterward. If we had kids and I was staying at home, I'd gladly take over the housework. I don't understand SAHMs who can't keep their homes in order (if "being a mom is the most important job in the world", some of them are doing a piss-poor job of it!)

I'm not sure where I was going with that, I guess I just wanted to jump in and defend the non-psycho women out there :-) We do exist, I swear!
 
2012-06-27 02:08:47 PM  

I should be in the kitchen: I'm not sure where I was going with that, I guess I just wanted to jump in and defend the non-psycho women out there :-) We do exist, I swear!


Don't let them know you have short hair, they'll lose their minds.
 
2012-06-27 02:08:49 PM  

Needlessly Complicated: It's threads like this that validate my terror of going out and dating again.


Why ever would you be afraid? Tell you what...we'll go out for a nice meal on the town. You bring your credit card, bank statements and last 4 months pay stubs. I'll bring my selection of china patterns, a list of prescription pills I'm currently on and a second watch. What's the second watch for, you ask? Why, that's just my biological clock...TICK TOCK, TICK TOCK, TICK TOCK.
 
2012-06-27 02:10:27 PM  

I should be in the kitchen:
I just wanted to jump in and defend the non-psycho women out there :-) We do exist, I swear!


That's just a product of your psychotic delusions.
 
2012-06-27 02:11:22 PM  

ChuckECheese: Just one-third of men said they would date an unemployed woman.

In fact, 19 percent of men said they had no reservations and 46 percent of men said they were positive they would date an unemployed woman.

On the other hand, the prospect of dating an unemployed woman was not a problem for nearly two-thirds of men.

Numbers hard.


Or they had multiple questions or multiple answers with some ranging from maybe to definitely not or the likes...

S'not hard at all.
 
2012-06-27 02:12:08 PM  

miss diminutive: Why ever would you be afraid? Tell you what...we'll go out for a nice meal on the town. You bring your credit card, bank statements and last 4 months pay stubs. I'll bring my selection of china patterns, a list of prescription pills I'm currently on and a second watch. What's the second watch for, you ask? Why, that's just my biological clock...TICK TOCK, TICK TOCK, TICK TOCK.


I think I'll be able to sleep like a baby tonight if he takes this seriously and is forever scarred
 
2012-06-27 02:14:16 PM  

Tat'dGreaser: How could you be upset by this? Dating was the last thing on my mind while unemployed.


Holy shiat, 100 times this. As someone who has been unemployed for the last few months, the last thing I need to deal with are the complications that another person would bring to my life.
 
2012-06-27 02:14:25 PM  

I should be in the kitchen:
I'm not sure where I was going with that, I guess I just wanted to jump in and defend the non-psycho women out there :-) We do exist, I swear!


*clicks profile*

You're a guy, aren't you?
 
2012-06-27 02:18:57 PM  

aphyd: Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: MAYORBOB: FirstNationalBastard: So, 75% of women are whores looking for a payday?

They want earners. They don't want to let another asshole in their pants in addition to the one God outfitted them with.

I stole my wife from a guy she was living with. He had a sh*tty job. Hung out and got high all day. Ate all her food. Was a loser. I took her away from him. Most women aren't whores, but they really like regular meals and air conditioning. If you can buy a woman regular meals and air conditioning, you can have her as long as you're not a douche. They're not trading sex for those things, they're giving you access to sex for those things. It's a subtle but important distinction.

If she'll cheat with you, she'll cheat on you


*ding*
All you've done is guarantee with 100% fact and accuracy that the person you're with is a cheater.
 
2012-06-27 02:19:36 PM  
My list:

1. No cigarettes/tobacco
2. 420 friendly
3. Have to be able to drive a stick transmission (or willing to learn)
4. Financially self sufficient

If you meet those then we we'll talk.
 
2012-06-27 02:20:44 PM  

miss diminutive: Well I'm a smart woman, but I make bad choices.


Feel free to make me your next bad choice!
 
2012-06-27 02:24:22 PM  

I should be in the kitchen: Guess my mama raised me right. She taught me: 1) never put up with any kind of abuse, and 2) never get myself into a situation where I'm reliant upon a man to take care of me.


Huh. It's almost as though neither of those things have anything to do with the subject at hand.

You're lucky that you've never been with anyone devious enough to openly lie about their intentions. I hope that continues for you. But those of us who have aren't to blame for someone intentionally misleading us.

/reliant on no one
 
2012-06-27 02:28:29 PM  

Mandapants: WhippingBoy: Mandapants: He is in the unemployable category because he's just so much smarter than everyone else.

Does not compute.

Sorry, forgot the sarcasm indicators.

He is in the unemployable category because he's just *so* much smarter than everyone else.
He is in the unemployable category because he's just _so_ much smarter than everyone else.
He is in the unemployable category because he's just so much smarter than everyone else.

I had too much to vent about and I didn't proofread well, I suppose.


Ahhhh, gotcha!
 
2012-06-27 02:32:55 PM  

tommydee: miss diminutive: Well I'm a smart woman, but I make bad choices.

Feel free to make me your next bad choice!


An unseen woman.
From Fark


100 ft diving board.
Thimble of water
 
2012-06-27 02:35:52 PM  

proteus_b: FirstNationalBastard: So, 75% of women are whores looking for a payday?

would you date an unemployed woman?


Is she fat?
 
2012-06-27 02:36:24 PM  

Needlessly Complicated: It's threads like this that validate my terror of going out and dating again.



seconded
thirded
fourthed
fifth


/fifth?
//why yes please, I will have a drink!

self sufficient NOW, got taken in twice. Never again.
 
2012-06-27 02:38:22 PM  

Well Armed Sheep: I'm employed, single and happy. My last ex cleaned out the joint bank account (i'm an idiot) and took the dog to live with the guy she had been seeing behind my back while I was at work as soon as she got a job after two years of me supporting her. And, BTW, I cooked the meals and did the laundry in addition to working. In all fairness, though, I'm really not that appealing of a guy, physically, and the guy she is with now is a goddamn muscle-man giant who towers over me (and I'm 6'4"). I'm also outspoken, sometimes a prick, in my opinions, and he just agrees with her about everything. They're way better for each other than we were, so long as he can stand her.

Now I have a roommate who actually contributes, does his own dishes and occasionally cooks. Plus, he never complains about my cooking. If only I could see dudes as sexually appealing I would SO be gay. I miss my dog more than her. I want my munchkin back. Sadface.

I'm not trying to put women down. I'm just explaining why I just don't care whether I'm with somebody or not. In my last relationship I was used and tossed aside because she saw me as little more than a welfare system, so I'm not terribly anxious to dive into another. If a gal wants to hang out and get drunk, party and have some fun, I'm down. But if she wants to be in an actual committed relationship she needs to contribute something more than her presence.


Go get your Farking dog back, or hand over your man card.
 
2012-06-27 02:41:16 PM  

Needlessly Complicated: It's threads like this that validate my terror of going out and dating again.


That, and perhaps meeting that guy with a closet full of clown suits.
 
2012-06-27 02:42:39 PM  

mcwehrle: Needlessly Complicated: It's threads like this that validate my terror of going out and dating again.


seconded
thirded
fourthed
fifth


/fifth?
//why yes please, I will have a drink!

self sufficient NOW, got taken in twice. Never again.


I got out of a 5 year relationship about a year and a half ago, and at this point I've come to the conclusion that I hate dating. I wasn't afraid of it before I started dating again, but now I'm happy not having to deal with all the BS that comes along with it.
 
2012-06-27 02:43:57 PM  

you_idiot: Well Armed Sheep: I'm employed, single and happy. My last ex cleaned out the joint bank account (i'm an idiot) and took the dog to live with the guy she had been seeing behind my back while I was at work as soon as she got a job after two years of me supporting her. And, BTW, I cooked the meals and did the laundry in addition to working. In all fairness, though, I'm really not that appealing of a guy, physically, and the guy she is with now is a goddamn muscle-man giant who towers over me (and I'm 6'4"). I'm also outspoken, sometimes a prick, in my opinions, and he just agrees with her about everything. They're way better for each other than we were, so long as he can stand her.

Now I have a roommate who actually contributes, does his own dishes and occasionally cooks. Plus, he never complains about my cooking. If only I could see dudes as sexually appealing I would SO be gay. I miss my dog more than her. I want my munchkin back. Sadface.

I'm not trying to put women down. I'm just explaining why I just don't care whether I'm with somebody or not. In my last relationship I was used and tossed aside because she saw me as little more than a welfare system, so I'm not terribly anxious to dive into another. If a gal wants to hang out and get drunk, party and have some fun, I'm down. But if she wants to be in an actual committed relationship she needs to contribute something more than her presence.

Go get your Farking dog back, or hand over your man card.


I hate the term 'man card', but in this instance....I'm inclined to agree. Get your dog back. If an ex of mine stole off with my dog he'd be facing a whirlwind of pointy elbows and sharp knees, mostly to the groinal area.
 
2012-06-27 02:44:02 PM  
For a minority of women, the status of their man is everything. They expect a high functioning alpha and will not settle for anything else. For the remainder of women, it's a bit more complicated.

Women can overlook the fact that you're unemployed, so long as it's not really your fault AND you have other redeeming qualities. I know a woman with a very good job that loves old Victorian houses. She met a man who was an unemployed construction worker. They hooked up and she bought an old house. She goes to work, and he currently stays at home restoring the house. He also does most of the grocery shopping, cooking, and takes care of the cars. So far she's really digging it.

Like Red Green says, "Fellas, if you can't be handsome, at least you can be handy."
 
2012-06-27 02:47:10 PM  

LeroyBourne: If you don't have a job wtf are you doing trolling the bars/clubs for ladies? And how the hell do you afford the $8 drinks?


You don't get a job offer any faster if you make yourself even more miserable by locking yourself at home, juggling a depression.
 
2012-06-27 02:49:07 PM  
Around "here" 75% of all women, date, have boyfriends or husbands who are unemployed.

Got a 40 hour a week job, and all your teeth, you can have any woman you want in the southeast US.
 
2012-06-27 02:52:55 PM  

Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: I stole my wife from a guy she was living with. He had a sh*tty job. Hung out and got high all day. Ate all her food. Was a loser. I took her away from him. Most women aren't whores, but they really like regular meals and air conditioning. If you can buy a woman regular meals and air conditioning, you can have her as long as you're not a douche. They're not trading sex for those things, they're giving you access to sex for those things. It's a subtle but important distinction.


I tell you this: don't be surprised when you discover that your wife has been farking some "loser" when you were out earning money to pay for her regular meals and air conditioning. If there is something that makes a woman moist, that thing sure ain't air conditioning bills.

But keep on paying them.
 
2012-06-27 02:53:34 PM  
Ha ha ha! Like having a job matters. I know several women who are dating some life-leeching bums.

For instance, my ex lived with a couple female roommates in a huge house. These women were beautiful and had very nice personalities and decent jobs ... but damned if they did have the laziest, dumbest, low-lifes as boyfriends. I knew I was never going to get in trouble while those girls were dating those guys, simply because by just not being an asshole I was leaps and bounds better. The other girls were always complaining about how "they never got to go out" or that "they always had to pay".

I remember one night getting shiat-faced at their house and went outside for a cig. One of the female roommates came outside and said all-depressed, "Why can't there be more good guys in the world?". Being drunk I wasn't really sure how to respond, so I just said the first true thing that popped in my head. I said, "Probably because you good women date all the farking losers, so all the good guys see that, and because they want to date you they become losers.".

I can't remember a whole lot after that cause the alcohol kicked in. Ha!
 
2012-06-27 03:08:59 PM  

miss diminutive: Needlessly Complicated: It's threads like this that validate my terror of going out and dating again.

Why ever would you be afraid? Tell you what...we'll go out for a nice meal on the town. You bring your credit card, bank statements and last 4 months pay stubs. I'll bring my selection of china patterns, a list of prescription pills I'm currently on and a second watch. What's the second watch for, you ask? Why, that's just my biological clock...TICK TOCK, TICK TOCK, TICK TOCK.


Hmmm... I've considered going lez. It just seems simpler. EIP ;)

/kidding
//no, not really
 
2012-06-27 03:13:58 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: So, 75% of women are whores looking for a payday?


+9000. They at least seek to spend a man's disposable income as well as their own. Difficult to do that if he isn't making anything.
 
2012-06-27 03:17:13 PM  

Needlessly Complicated: miss diminutive: Needlessly Complicated: It's threads like this that validate my terror of going out and dating again.

Why ever would you be afraid? Tell you what...we'll go out for a nice meal on the town. You bring your credit card, bank statements and last 4 months pay stubs. I'll bring my selection of china patterns, a list of prescription pills I'm currently on and a second watch. What's the second watch for, you ask? Why, that's just my biological clock...TICK TOCK, TICK TOCK, TICK TOCK.

Hmmm... I've considered going lez. It just seems simpler. EIP ;)

/kidding
//no, not really


Wow, I didn't bother to look at your profile before assuming you were a man. My apologies.

Well, what I said still stands. Just add a turkey baster to the list of items already mentioned.
 
2012-06-27 03:17:13 PM  

neritz: FirstNationalBastard: So, 75% of women are whores looking for a payday?

That percentage seems low.


they are all whores at some point

God bless them one and all
//the fat chicks twice
 
2012-06-27 03:17:39 PM  
this is funny because so many of women I know socially are married to unemployed guys, and more over unemployed PRIOR to the Bush job Meltdown.

and at least one of them is on her 3rd unemployed/unemployable husband, and the reason he got divorced from his two previous wives is that he could not keep a job.

I think being chronically unemployed is a chick magnent.
 
2012-06-27 03:18:19 PM  
Yeah? How? (Without getting put in jail)

She took the dog while I was at work. Am I to break into her boyfriend's mom's house, and take it back? Club her over the head while she's walking it? Sue her? She has possession and that's nine tenths of the law. I guess i'll hand over my card, since I'm not willing to be the kind of man who does what it would take to get the dog back. I'd rather not get all fists and elbows on a girl or commit burglary against a 90 yr old.
 
2012-06-27 03:19:15 PM  

proteus_b: FirstNationalBastard: So, 75% of women are whores looking for a payday?

would you date an unemployed woman?


1 how hot is she
2 how well does she suck?
3 can she cook
 
2012-06-27 03:20:48 PM  
I always love these threads for the great modern women bashing. I won't say I've never considered income but I look at education and emotional stability in partners. I've only had one ex that my family/friends didn't like out of 5 different 1+ year relationships and still talk to most of them. My most recent ex was in residency when we met. About 6 months into dating he left residency, moved in temporarily with my parents and I was completely ok with it. If he was miserable practicing medicine the relationship was going to be miserable, what's the point in it at that point? We lasted almost 6 years. The end? He hated the east coast and I didn't want to live one the west so we parted ways. I willingly made the choice to walk away from a comfortable financially stable life so we could both be happy.

Point? If all you look for are shallow qualities you're only going to find people looking for equally shallow qualities in you. Don't blame one sex as a hole blame yourself for seeking people with bad qualities.
 
2012-06-27 03:21:12 PM  

joyride75: I got out of a 5 year relationship about a year and a half ago, and at this point I've come to the conclusion that I hate dating. I wasn't afraid of it before I started dating again, but now I'm happy not having to deal with all the BS that comes along with it.


I did the marriage thing twice (15 years, 4 years. At least the learning curve was MUCH shorter the second time around), then had a fantastic relationship. Then he died. Almost two years out from that, I tried to date. I now stay home, and I'm fine with that. I like my house, I like ME, and there's nothing wrong with being single. I have friends and I do things.

Date? Pass.
 
2012-06-27 03:22:08 PM  

lordargent: The Picky Woman's Date Calculator

Basically, used census data in an area. Every checkbox that gets marked shows the drop in the dating pool.

I'm 5'10 (1 inch taller than average in the US)

I LMAO when I see women that are several inches shorter (EX 5'2) looking for men that are 5'11 or taller "because they like to wear heels".

Are they seeking out abnormally tall men in an attempt to balance out their genetics and have normal sized kids?

Are they wearing 9 inch heels?

// once you get up to 6'2, you've already chopped out 19/20 men (that's 95% - based on CDC height stats).


You know, I've never given my height all that much consideration. Being tall sucks when you go to buy pants, and it makes getting into cars/airplanes/roller-coasters a biatch .... but nothing is really that different.

I've never heard a women go ... "Mmmmm that tall mother farker is getting some of this tonight!"

Now did I date a short girl one time. She was something like 4'11 - 5'0. I remember constantly knocking her around because I wouldn't notice her if was in a hurry. And she got pissed when I referred to her as 'debris'. However, sex was fun as hell because I could pick her up like a rag doll.

/6'5 - ~240lbs
 
2012-06-27 03:27:26 PM  

HellRaisingHoosier: And she got pissed when I referred to her as 'debris'.


You are a silver-toungued devil!
 
2012-06-27 03:29:47 PM  

HellRaisingHoosier: Ha ha ha! Like having a job matters. I know several women who are dating some life-leeching bums.

For instance, my ex lived with a couple female roommates in a huge house. These women were beautiful and had very nice personalities and decent jobs ... but damned if they did have the laziest, dumbest, low-lifes as boyfriends. I knew I was never going to get in trouble while those girls were dating those guys, simply because by just not being an asshole I was leaps and bounds better. The other girls were always complaining about how "they never got to go out" or that "they always had to pay".

I remember one night getting shiat-faced at their house and went outside for a cig. One of the female roommates came outside and said all-depressed, "Why can't there be more good guys in the world?". Being drunk I wasn't really sure how to respond, so I just said the first true thing that popped in my head. I said, "Probably because you good women date all the farking losers, so all the good guys see that, and because they want to date you they become losers.".

I can't remember a whole lot after that cause the alcohol kicked in. Ha!


I have known a number of girls who asked me this same question. My standard answer is similar, but much less polite. "maybe if you didn't always date arseholes, you wouldn't be dating an arsehole now."
 
2012-06-27 03:31:12 PM  

HellRaisingHoosier: And she got pissed when I referred to her as 'debris'.


HAHA!
 
2012-06-27 03:38:21 PM  
I tell guys the same thing about girls, but using "biatch." And one of them finally got the point. Instead of dating a drama queen, he found out (from her ex) that one of his coworkers had just had a peaceful breakup and that she liked him. So he asked her out, and four years later they're quite happy, not breaking up and making up once a week like all of his previous relationships. An under thirty old couple.
 
2012-06-27 03:39:26 PM  

miss diminutive: Needlessly Complicated: miss diminutive: Needlessly Complicated: It's threads like this that validate my terror of going out and dating again.

Why ever would you be afraid? Tell you what...we'll go out for a nice meal on the town. You bring your credit card, bank statements and last 4 months pay stubs. I'll bring my selection of china patterns, a list of prescription pills I'm currently on and a second watch. What's the second watch for, you ask? Why, that's just my biological clock...TICK TOCK, TICK TOCK, TICK TOCK.

Hmmm... I've considered going lez. It just seems simpler. EIP ;)

/kidding
//no, not really

Wow, I didn't bother to look at your profile before assuming you were a man. My apologies.

Well, what I said still stands. Just add a turkey baster to the list of items already mentioned.


Meh. It's cool. And it's fine if you carry the baby. I already had the shop boarded up, if you know what I mean.
 
2012-06-27 03:43:37 PM  

Well Armed Sheep: Yeah? How? (Without getting put in jail)

She took the dog while I was at work. Am I to break into her boyfriend's mom's house, and take it back? Club her over the head while she's walking it? Sue her? She has possession and that's nine tenths of the law. I guess i'll hand over my card, since I'm not willing to be the kind of man who does what it would take to get the dog back. I'd rather not get all fists and elbows on a girl or commit burglary against a 90 yr old.


You should call her up, and start barking madly as soon as the phone is answered.

When she says "Who the hell is this?" apologize, and say that you wanted to speak to the dog.
 
2012-06-27 03:48:51 PM  

Snarfangel: Well Armed Sheep: Yeah? How? (Without getting put in jail)

She took the dog while I was at work. Am I to break into her boyfriend's mom's house, and take it back? Club her over the head while she's walking it? Sue her? She has possession and that's nine tenths of the law. I guess i'll hand over my card, since I'm not willing to be the kind of man who does what it would take to get the dog back. I'd rather not get all fists and elbows on a girl or commit burglary against a 90 yr old.

You should call her up, and start barking madly as soon as the phone is answered.

When she says "Who the hell is this?" apologize, and say that you wanted to speak to the dog.


*clap*
 
2012-06-27 03:51:16 PM  

tommydee: I think the whoremaster's life is underrated. It's just like being married, except the 'getting laid' part is a sure thing, and it's far less expensive.


I would say it's nothing at all like being married, regardless of what marriage you're in.

If you're in a whoremaster's marriage, it's just a political arrangement. She gets money, security, stability, and any guy she wants to fark on the side. You get castration and the right to get drunk and biatch about how much marriage sucks.

If you're in a functional marriage, you still don't get to sleep around, but at least when you pass out someone will be there to drag you to the hospital. The company a whoremaster keeps just ignores your sorry ass until you turn cold.
 
2012-06-27 04:00:37 PM  

Tat'dGreaser: Mandapants: And being wishy-washy. And an easy mark

Don't tell me I'm wrong and then confirming me in the next post


LOL, or else what?
 
2012-06-27 04:12:51 PM  
FTFA: Irene LaCota, spokesperson for It's Just Lunch, a dating service for professionals that conducted the research

That's some fine PR work there, Irene!

/psst: TFA is unpaid advertising and should not be taken seriously
 
2012-06-27 04:25:59 PM  

dragonchild: tommydee: I think the whoremaster's life is underrated. It's just like being married, except the 'getting laid' part is a sure thing, and it's far less expensive.

I would say it's nothing at all like being married, regardless of what marriage you're in.


That's the joke, son.
 
2012-06-27 04:27:11 PM  

vudukungfu: kid_icarus: That's the same ratio of men who won't date fat chicks, so the injustice balances out.

Yeah, while we're being picky, ladies, allow me to list off the disqualifiers you have to hurdle before you get a chance for uncle vudu to pick up your dinner tab:
1) Job. You must have one.
2) Car, yeah, you won your own.
3) No STDs. None.
4) That cell phone? Leave it at home.
5) Oh, and a home? You own your own.
6) You have a toned butt and tummy.
7) You have a sense of humor and don't like to travel.
8) You can cook and like to garden.
9) Eating healthy isn't a fad.
10) Sex is fun.

Not putting anything on the table unless it's matched.
I can match it.

How's that cryathon white whine lifetime channel working out for you?


I didn't realize you were a man until just now. My bad.
 
2012-06-27 04:33:40 PM  

miss diminutive: Needlessly Complicated: miss diminutive: Needlessly Complicated: It's threads like this that validate my terror of going out and dating again.

Why ever would you be afraid? Tell you what...we'll go out for a nice meal on the town. You bring your credit card, bank statements and last 4 months pay stubs. I'll bring my selection of china patterns, a list of prescription pills I'm currently on and a second watch. What's the second watch for, you ask? Why, that's just my biological clock...TICK TOCK, TICK TOCK, TICK TOCK.

Hmmm... I've considered going lez. It just seems simpler. EIP ;)

/kidding
//no, not really

Wow, I didn't bother to look at your profile before assuming you were a man. My apologies.

Well, what I said still stands. Just add a turkey baster to the list of items already mentioned.


AHH CRAP really!!! Dammit, there goes 2 more girls out of the potential mating pool....

/vid of the fun will suffice for now....;D
 
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  2. When community members submit a link, they also write a custom headline for the story.

  3. Other Farkers comment on the links. This is the number of comments. Click here to read them.

  4. Click here to submit a link.

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