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2013-10-02 12:49:18 AM
The second one is the only one that doesn't look like she'd rather snap your dick off than smile at you.
 
2013-10-02 01:13:06 AM
You've paid for worse, subby. Admit it.
 
2013-10-02 08:53:43 AM
These made me sad.

I'd been hoping Subby was listing old names for types of marbles. Alas, no.
 
2013-10-02 08:53:56 AM
Some of those pictures look kind of stainy like they were stuck together or something.
 
2013-10-02 08:54:30 AM
what the fark is the DM doing these days?
 
2013-10-02 08:54:32 AM
Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. What? Don't you know there's a war on?
 
2013-10-02 08:56:06 AM
Nice work, nice find.
 
2013-10-02 08:58:10 AM
Come on, step right up, in you go, hump a frump!
 
2013-10-02 09:08:30 AM
That's a rough looking group of hoes.

I don't think Wayne Brady could choke any of those biatches.
 
2013-10-02 09:13:54 AM
The "Do not want" dog had better get here, STAT!
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He's got some WORK to do.
 
2013-10-02 09:20:45 AM
Would not, not even with Pierre Trudeau's deceased wang.
 
2013-10-02 09:22:56 AM

brimed03: These made me sad.



If it's any consolation, they're all dead by now.
 
2013-10-02 09:36:15 AM
'World's Worst Thing to See As You Flip Through the TV Channels'

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"Oooohhh, oooh baby, oh yeah, oh yeah, MOM!?!"
 
2013-10-02 09:39:22 AM
Are these members of the 4:20 club?
 
2013-10-02 09:51:25 AM

eyemarten: Nice work, nice find.


If you can get it.
 
2013-10-02 10:03:04 AM
Where are the winsome young Canuck lasses? Fighting on the front?
 
2013-10-02 10:20:22 AM
Canada, I am disappoint.
 
2013-10-02 10:28:50 AM
i.dailymail.co.uk

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www.thelondoneveningpost.com
 
2013-10-02 10:33:27 AM
I wouldn't fark any of them with a stolen dick.
 
2013-10-02 10:33:49 AM
Lawdy! Those are some hideous broads. Did you pay extra from the burlap sack you put over her head?
 
2013-10-02 10:34:14 AM
It's like looking at faces of meth, only fugly to fuglier. Weren't there any hot'n'slutty Florida-style hooahs back then?

Also, what's up with the dark spots all over many of those pics? It's like the scene in many movies where someone shoots himself and the blood splatters all over.
 
2013-10-02 10:34:58 AM
Oddly, my curiosity leaned toward wondering who was going to discover pictures of their grand or great grandmother. That would be the sad.

/not to be "that" guy but, by todays standards, I can't imagine having a go at any of them.
 
2013-10-02 10:44:07 AM
Maybe I'm reading TFA wrong, but aren't those pictures of the madams, not the actual prostitutes?  I mean, yeah, there's one or two on the list, but it just seems like the businesswomen (?) running the brothels wouldn't need to be as concerned about their looks.
 
2013-10-02 11:05:05 AM

khonshu: Maybe I'm reading TFA wrong, but aren't those pictures of the madams, not the actual prostitutes?  I mean, yeah, there's one or two on the list, but it just seems like the businesswomen (?) running the brothels wouldn't need to be as concerned about their looks.


Right.  These ladies were the brothel owners not the brothel workers.

Hey, pimpin' ain't easy.
 
2013-10-02 11:06:54 AM
i.dailymail.co.uk

GAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!
 
2013-10-02 11:20:14 AM

AugustWest: khonshu: Maybe I'm reading TFA wrong, but aren't those pictures of the madams, not the actual prostitutes?  I mean, yeah, there's one or two on the list, but it just seems like the businesswomen (?) running the brothels wouldn't need to be as concerned about their looks.

Right.  These ladies were the brothel owners not the brothel workers.

Hey, pimpin' ain't easy.


OK, that explains it, because I was going to say, I have never been THAT horny in my whole life.  If I walked into a room and saw one of those waiting for me....geesh, world-class shrinkage.
 
2013-10-02 11:23:00 AM
Why the hell are so many of them wonk-eyed?
 
2013-10-02 11:39:46 AM
So, men in Toronto just weren't picky back then? I mean on the order of "If it isn't actively going 'hee-haw', I'll hit it." not picky...
 
2013-10-02 11:42:48 AM
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2013-10-02 12:21:31 PM
They only arrested the ugly ones as a public service. Another reason Canada is superior.
 
2013-10-02 12:30:00 PM

mbillips: Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. What? Don't you know there's a war on?


Yes, but the Canadian front wasn't real active as far as I can remember.

Most Canadian men who were fighting the war were doing so overseas, meaning the male/female ratio was much better for the men during the war. But as has been pointed out, these were the madams, not the working girls.
 
2013-10-02 12:34:53 PM
They were cashing in? I'd hate to see the ones that never got picked.
 
2013-10-02 12:38:43 PM
Holy fark that was one steaming pile of ugly
 
2013-10-02 12:42:02 PM

offmymeds: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 850x532]

GAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!


She's not too bad from the side but straight on...woof!
 
2013-10-02 12:43:31 PM
i.dailymail.co.uk


pool.theinfosphere.org
 
2013-10-02 12:56:17 PM
Jesus Christ, that was awful. I may never get an erection again ....
 
2013-10-02 01:31:09 PM
I'm trying to imagine these women without my grandmother's hairstyle in order to give them a fair shake.

It aint' workin'.
 
2013-10-02 01:53:49 PM

khonshu: Maybe I'm reading TFA wrong, but aren't those pictures of the madams, not the actual prostitutes?  I mean, yeah, there's one or two on the list, but it just seems like the businesswomen (?) running the brothels wouldn't need to be as concerned about their looks.


Yes, but don't expect anyone else to notice that.  This thread will continue to consist of people who didn't understand the article posting about the unattractive looks of these middle aged "prostitutes".
 
2013-10-02 01:59:20 PM
Somethings never change.
 
2013-10-02 02:33:28 PM
The horror.  The horror.
 
2013-10-02 03:13:30 PM
marleymaniac:

It's not strong enough!  We need more!
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2013-10-02 03:21:09 PM

Satan's Bunny Slippers: Why the hell are so many of them wonk-eyed?


These mugshots were taken in the 1940s in Montreal, Canada. Now, you're probably aware that Montreal is part of Quebec, which means it's primarily a French-speaking part of Canada and was founded as a French city. In 1760, the French handed it over to the English after the French lost the Seven Years (French & Indian) War, which led to a boom in population because of the fur trade. It kept growing and became a notable haven for bootleggers during prohibition, since it was so handy to New York (relatively).

Now, here's what many people are unaware of about Montreal. When the French first laid out the place in 1664, they were under the control of the "king's engineers" and the Sulpicians, a Catholic society. The Sulpicians and the French royalty laid out a massive planned city built of stone, which tied in perfectly with the freemasonry influences already prevalent in Canada at the time. The Sulpicians were able to influence the design of the city for certain occult particularities, such as the location of the church at the Place d'Armes. This was supposedly to avoid an Iroquois prophecy that claimed the island would be rocked by earthquakes and destroyed. Indeed, this almost happened in 1819, when "the darkness" threatened the city for several days prior to a massive lightning strike on the church that dissipated the buildup of esoteric energy.

But the occult tweakings of the Catholics and the French royalty (originally spearheaded by Cardinal Richelieu, who had massive influence as the power behind the throne in France) had unintended side effects, as well. The whole plan for the area called for spiritual purity, which is why the King of France banned anybody but Roman Catholics from moving to New France. This, obviously, failed, when the British kicked the French ass and took Canada away. However, there were still elements of the French conspiracy that did what they could to keep the area predominantly Roman Catholic to preserve the occult influence of their designs. Jean de Lauson, owner of the island and an early governor, along with his son-in-law, Roland de la Galissonere, did what they could to forward the designs, approving much of the early building and plans. Later, La Galissonere made contact with several continental savants, among them Duhamel and Le Monnier, to discover the ways in which the design could be further implemented. Le Monnier was betrayed in this goal by his son-in-law, however, J.L. Lagrange, a noted revolutionary and mathematician who was first recognized by Louis XVI but betrayed him for Napoleon.

By this time, however, it hardly mattered what the original plans were for Montreal. The English had taken over the city in 1760 and, although they allowed the Roman Catholics to remain, this led to a massive influx of protestant citizens which upset the spiritual balance of the city. Further invasion by Americans during the Revolution contributed additional spiritual turmoil to the French design. Eventually, by early in the 19th century, the British had dramatically rebuilt the city, following devastating fires in several years. The fortifications which formerly anchored the approaches to the city were removed in 1801. A canal redirected the water flow around the island. Locks were added to the St. Laurence river. The Jesuits are forced out or die - the last one dies in 1791. The Sulpicians are forced to give up their absolute control over the island in 1840.

This all culminates in a reordering of the esoteric forces in the region. Dark energy swirls, originally warned about by the Iroquois native to the area, begin to affect the population. Cholera epidemics are frequent, disease always a problem. There is darkness at noon on November 9, 1819. Sea creatures come up the St. Laurence river to terrify the population. Montreal is a hotbed for sedition, which is often brutally suppressed. The government, which had been headquartered there, is relocated to Toronto after a mysterious fire. The 1850s are filled with riots and general depression. Despite the canals, locks, and dredging of the St. Laurence, the city floods.

In the end, these rampant evil influences led to a general dissipation in Montreal. As can be seen in the pictures from TFA, as well as the prevalence of the bootlegger market during Prohibition, some sort of evil influence, either temporarily blocked by the French or only modified by their efforts, has long held sway over the entire region, at least as far back as the pre-Columbian era.

And that's why so many of them are wonk-eyed.
 
2013-10-02 03:59:20 PM

captjc: offmymeds: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 850x532]

GAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!

She's not too bad from the side but straight on...woof!


I came in here just to comment on that, too... I've heard people say, "Get my good side!" in pictures before, but I've never seen such a dramatic example of it before! Imagine seeing her from the side in a bar or something, and walking up to flirt, only to have her turn and face you straight on...
 
2013-10-02 04:24:11 PM

phyrkrakr: Satan's Bunny Slippers: Why the hell are so many of them wonk-eyed?

These mugshots were taken in the 1940s in Montreal, Canada. Now, you're probably aware that Montreal is part of Quebec, which means it's primarily a French-speaking part of Canada and was founded as a French city. In 1760, the French handed it over to the English after the French lost the Seven Years (French & Indian) War, which led to a boom in population because of the fur trade. It kept growing and became a notable haven for bootleggers during prohibition, since it was so handy to New York (relatively).

Now, here's what many people are unaware of about Montreal. When the French first laid out the place in 1664, they were under the control of the "king's engineers" and the Sulpicians, a Catholic society. The Sulpicians and the French royalty laid out a massive planned city built of stone, which tied in perfectly with the freemasonry influences already prevalent in Canada at the time. The Sulpicians were able to influence the design of the city for certain occult particularities, such as the location of the church at the Place d'Armes. This was supposedly to avoid an Iroquois prophecy that claimed the island would be rocked by earthquakes and destroyed. Indeed, this almost happened in 1819, when "the darkness" threatened the city for several days prior to a massive lightning strike on the church that dissipated the buildup of esoteric energy.

But the occult tweakings of the Catholics and the French royalty (originally spearheaded by Cardinal Richelieu, who had massive influence as the power behind the throne in France) had unintended side effects, as well. The whole plan for the area called for spiritual purity, which is why the King of France banned anybody but Roman Catholics from moving to New France. This, obviously, failed, when the British kicked the French ass and took Canada away. However, there were still elements of the French conspiracy that did what they could to keep the ...


this is beautiful.....thanks!
 
2013-10-02 04:57:43 PM

brimed03: These made me sad.

I'd been hoping Subby was listing old names for types of marbles. Alas, no.


Me, too, strangely.

Most of them look like they're related. What's up with that? And way too old to be hooking, but maybe times were hard enough back then that even women my mom's age needed the money bad enough. Yikes.
 
2013-10-02 05:42:18 PM
Caught sayof?
 
2013-10-02 05:46:57 PM
Wow! I didn't even know they had meth back then.
 
2013-10-02 06:46:45 PM
So owning only one brothel is ok but having TWO on the same road is cause for arrest? OK, got it!
 
2013-10-02 06:47:45 PM
♫ Scéner dans 'rue une clope dans 'bouche
Avec mes potes aux allures louches
Apostropher des prostituées pour des minouches ♫
 
2013-10-02 07:18:13 PM

phyrkrakr: Satan's Bunny Slippers: Why the hell are so many of them wonk-eyed?

These mugshots were taken in the 1940s in Montreal, Canada. Now, you're probably aware that Montreal is part of Quebec, which means it's primarily a French-speaking part of Canada and was founded as a French city. In 1760, the French handed it over to the English after the French lost the Seven Years (French & Indian) War, which led to a boom in population because of the fur trade. It kept growing and became a notable haven for bootleggers during prohibition, since it was so handy to New York (relatively)...


This is the best answer for this question that could ever be. Thank you for that!
 
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