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|>>|| No. 20682
>why so many of the older "Way of Kings" types are adamantly against "SJW" types with brightly coloured hair
What's not to love about them.
|>>|| No. 20683
If she's anything like the size of the one who left you, you've got bigger problems. Here are some fat women with mostly natural hair.
|>>|| No. 20685
Sorry, not into scouting the perimeter just to find the correct wet hole.
|>>|| No. 20686
I wonder if that confuses cause and effect. If you got your shit together and people started throwing their knickers at you surely you would have a harder time being faithful?
Basically what I'm saying is that if you love your Mrs you should fatten her up and sabotage her attempts at going weight watchers. But then you can lose weight together and bond over the experience.
|>>|| No. 20687
>that if you love your Mrs you should fatten her up and sabotage her attempts at going weight watchers
So you're saying she isn't goint to leave you as long as she's physically unable to get off her couch and walk out the door?
I had one relationship as a younglad where I seriously considered breaking up with someone because she had gained about three stone in the two, two and a half years that we were together. I guess that kind of mindset comes with being spoilt for choice at that age, with plenty other fish in the sea. But on the other hand, I also don't fully buy when 30something out of shape couples say they are staying together because they're in love with the person that their partner is. Not saying that that isn't a very real possibility, but I also think that a lot of them know full well that they're beyond the point where they could just get back out there again and have another roll of the dice.
|>>|| No. 20688
>But then you can lose weight together and bond over the experience.
Don't encourage a woman to lose weight; you're inadvertently encouraging her to leave you.
|>>|| No. 20689
>but I also think that a lot of them know full well that they're beyond the point where they could just get back out there again and have another roll of the dice.
I suspect it's more a case of being unwilling rather than unable. I certainly don't have the energy to be chasing skirt like I did in my twenties, if/when my missus breaks out the hair dye and leaves me for a snowboarder I'll be content enough alone, because I really don't think I could be arsed to woo someone again. They'd not even live in the same house as me if I started fresh, what a fucking hassle that would be.
|>>|| No. 20690
> I certainly don't have the energy to be chasing skirt like I did in my twenties
I second that. It was definitely loads of fun while it lasted, and I have fond memories of that time. But going through all that again would probably do my head in these days, more than ten years later.
But also, there just aren't many fish left in the sea when you hit a certain age (unless you go the wrongun route and date a 22-year-old with daddy issues), and the ones that are available either come from broken marriages, with kids and loads of emotional baggage (and possibly financial debt), or they're the kind of woman who's never been married and has started buying one or two cats as she's looking down the barrel of her ovaries withering. So it's your pick really, accept your fate and stay with somebody who is far from perfect, and often in no way your ideal dream partner, or get out there and go for the offal that has been thrown back into the empty sea.
|>>|| No. 20691
>get out there and go for the offal that has been thrown back into the empty sea.
I know a few lads punching well above their weight by going after single mums. I don't think the trade-off is worth it, but fair play to them for shagging lasses far fitter than they'd otherwise be able to.
|>>|| No. 20692
I've said it before, but Guardian Soulmates is full of tasty divorcees. They're clever, they've got good careers and they're far too busy to play games.
|>>|| No. 20693
I think early thirties is still a good age to find women who have had career priorities rather than baggage, and I reckon even a fifty year old can fuck a 30 year old without it looking too odd.
|>>|| No. 20694
Late 30's divorce here
Can relate with all comments about single women of equivalent age being damaged/baggage/loopy.
If one of those AI realistic sex dolls comes onto market that's the route I'm going down
Cleaning and cooking with no complaints, interested when programmed in same as me. Total whore when required
|>>|| No. 20695
> and I reckon even a fifty year old can fuck a 30 year old without it looking too odd
My dad had an affair with a 30-year-old when he was 46. He had the perfect alibi, as he was sent to work 200 miles away for his company during the week for a project lasting about a year. He rented a fully equipped bedsit flat there for himself and only came home to us on weekends. What he neglected to tell us, or my mum, was that one of his younger female colleagues was also regularly sent to work on that project as well. My dad's bedsit probably served as their love nest then, as it were.
My mum only really found out after his accidental death years later, when she one day happened upon an envelope with photos of the two together that was hidden in the gap between two roof beams in the attic of our house.
|>>|| No. 20696
We had a client at work die relatively young; he slipped and banged his head on concrete steps. It turned out he had a secret family in Thailand that his wife only found out about when it came to sorting out his estate and who should be the beneficiaries of his workplace death in service scheme.
|>>|| No. 20697
When my dad died a few years later and my mum then found the photos, we briefly considered the possibility that my dad may have created offspring with his colleague during their affair. My dad was fairly well to do, not really rich, but with a nice sum of life savings that he was able to set aside from his job as a senior engineer, and some life insurance, all of which he passed on to us. Which was a godsend because my mum was a stay-at-home parent who hadn't worked since my brother and I were born, and still had to pay off the mortgage. But I digress.
It was known that that woman fell pregnant a few months after the project ended, so my mum decided to tackle the issue proactively and phoned her. Not to dig up the past about my philandering dad, but to really find out the truth so it wasn't going to hang over our heads. But it turned out that her child was from a subsequent affair, and not from the time when she was with my dad. Apparently, she and my dad ended their affair when the project was over, because they both knew that he would not have been able to keep it up at home as a married family man. She assured my mum that her child was from somebody she started seeing a few months after my dad, and that there was no chronological possibility that my dad could have been the father.
Not sure if it would have changed her mind knowing how much money my dad left us, but not mentioning that detail was probably the best way to get an honest answer from her.
|>>|| No. 20698
My girlfriend had a similarly adventurous dad, and when he died, quite a few secret siblings showed up the funeral. She has a pretty good relationship with them now, though none of his other kids seemed to know how awful a person he was, but that's another story.
|>>|| No. 20699
One of my best mates has a dad who has five children from five different women. He was married three or four times. So my friend has as many as four half siblings.
It's funny because he and his dad look like identical twins, of course with an age difference of 25-odd years between them. But my friend is nothing like his dad temper wise; he's been together faithfully with his girlfriend for the best part of 15 years and they are about to get married.
|>>|| No. 20701
When you start doing family trees, you find tons of this kind of stuff going back years. I don't know any family who hasn't got stories like this, somewhere.
|>>|| No. 20702
When my great-grandfather was making his way back across Europe after IIWW ended he stopped off in France to father a couple of bastards, before finally returning to Liverpool to father some not-bastards. I think I've posted about this before, but whatever. This thread's leading me to have serious doubts about the old adage "distance makes the heart grow fonder", as it usually seems to wind up producing lots of extra-marital shagging instead.
|>>|| No. 20703
>When my great-grandfather was making his way back across Europe after IIWW ended he stopped off in France to father a couple of bastards
French women really seemed to be up for it in those days. I saw a documentary once about that. A lot of them were easy to win over if you were a dashing Wehrmacht uniformlad. So you didn't even have to be on our side to
pull French birds get them in the sack.
However, this was not something that the French as a whole took kindly to. There were accounts that in some villages, those women were seized by angry mobs, their heads were shaved, and they were paraded around the village with a sign around their neck that read "I slept with a German pig".
Cheese eating surrender monkeys.
|>>|| No. 20705
>Mental health research indicates that major, unexpected shocks have the potential to cause much emotional upheaval.
Not entirely related, but one of my exes once found out while doing some ancestry research that one of her direct ancestors during Edwardian times was a murderer, and convicted and sentenced to death for killing several women after raping them. Nobody in her family talked much about him, and because he and his wife divorced after a few years, nobody in my ex's family actually knew much about what happened to him later in his life. My ex was really pretty shocked and it took her some time to come to grips with it.
|>>|| No. 20706
I've seen interviews with British women who thought that the Second World War was great and they didn't want it to end because they were having so much sex.
I suppose the thought that the Luftwaffe could drop a bomb and kill you at any moment would be enough to loosen your inhibitions somewhat.
|>>|| No. 20707
>British women who thought that the Second World War was great and they didn't want it to end because they were having so much sex.
Great. So they were basically being slags on the home front while their men were risking their arses in the trenches of Normandy.
|>>|| No. 20709
The Netherlands' leading supermarket chain has abandoned a request for staff to upload semi-naked photographs of themselves to an app so it could work out sizes for a new uniform.
Albert Heijn had called on staff at a branch in the eastern city of Nijmegen to upload photos of themselves in their underwear or tight-fitting sports gear.
|>>|| No. 20710
The trope of a soldier's wife sleeping with other men while he's away fighting dates back centuries. In fact, I think there's even references to it in texts from antiquity or further back. Sex and violence. We're a pretty grim species, at times.
|>>|| No. 20750
This is what happens when people only get 20 minutes for lunch.
Vote Labour, end street wanking now!
|>>|| No. 20751
>>20749 TFA makes it sound much more like he was having an incompetent drunken piss than wanking himself silly.
|>>|| No. 20761
>more like he was having an incompetent drunken piss than wanking himself silly
Has that never felt like a continuum to you while you were off your tits?
|>>|| No. 20878
Cafe's naughty-sounding name shows up on bank statements - but wives are seeing the funny side
A cafe owner says its naughty-sounding name has led to an unexpected rise in business.
The Tea's Me Cafe in Lockwood has seen an increase in couples calling in on Saturdays and, according to its owner, it's all down to the cafe's name showing up on male customers' bank statements. A spokesman for the Albert Street cafe said 'banter levels' had gone through the roof.
"Our name comes up as Teas Me on debit cards, so men have had to bring in their partners to prove to them we are a cafe. We came up with the name after sitting down and having a think. We were going to go for 'Baps to the Future'. We've had a few people in who said their partner thought they had been on a dodgy website or something. The men have been bringing in their partners on a Saturday morning to see it's just a cafe. We've had a lot of good banter."
Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter. Banter.
|>>|| No. 20884
Lads, I don't know quite what direction this thread has taken 1300 posts after discussing those shutters, but I've just had a potentially amazing idea.
Traffic lights, right? How often are you driving and you get stopped when the person already crossed? Or how often do you feel a twinge of guilt for pressing the button before realising you can just go now?
How much time do you think would be saved if the traffic button needed to be pressed twice - once to queue a request, and once to activate it? So if there's no one there to press the button a second time, when it's flashing or making a unique beep, then the lights won't change.
I'm not sure what to call it. Possibly 'retarded', but it could surely be a newsworthy idea.
|>>|| No. 20885
>So if there's no one there to press the button a second time, when it's flashing or making a unique beep, then the lights won't change.
So you're saying that we should keep the signals indicating that you should cross now, including the beeping for blind people, but just don't stop the cars?
|>>|| No. 20886
>So you're saying that we should keep the signals indicating that you should cross now, including the beeping for blind people, but just don't stop the cars?
Is that what I said? Fuck. I meant a different toned beep so blind people don't just walk in the road. The lights wouldn't change, neither traffic nor pedestrian, unless there's someone still waiting to cross after the initial press, since there's generally a delay.
|>>|| No. 20887
I get what he's saying, after the first press, at the time the lights would have changed instead a calming woman voice would say "Are you still here? Press again to confirm" and if it was pressed again the lights would change. It's a perfect system.
From the perspective of a motorist, though, watching the lights change as a direct reaction to some cunt stood there pressing the button would probably annoy me far more than them changing themselves while unoccupied by pedestrians.
As I type this though, I realise that I'm pretty sure many crossings already have pedestrian sensing cameras on them, so I'd be pretty fucking surprised if they didn't already simply not change if the crossing no longer has people stood at it.
|>>|| No. 20888
Thanks for being my wordsmith mate.
>watching the lights change as a direct reaction to some cunt stood there pressing the button would probably annoy me far more than them changing themselves while unoccupied by pedestrians.
Fuck, really? I've not driven in 10 years so I don't really know, I assumed it'd be more annoying to have them arbitrarily stop you with nary a punter in sight.
>As I type this though, I realise that I'm pretty sure many crossings already have pedestrian sensing cameras on them, so I'd be pretty fucking surprised if they didn't already simply not change if the crossing no longer has people stood at it.
Good point, though presumably this isn't super widespread, but still somewhat prevalent. Do you know that they would prevent a change occurring if detecting no pedestrian at the lights, or is that a guess? Seems like something that could produce false positives depending on the method, do you know if that system is widespread?
|>>|| No. 20889
>Do you know that they would prevent a change occurring if detecting no pedestrian at the lights, or is that a guess?
It's just a guess, possibly based on fuzzy memories of observing them, but I feel like I haven't been stuck waiting at an empty crossing in a good long while.
Couldn't really tell you an more, but I notice just about every crossing in my particular town has camera/sensor things pointed at the pedestrians.
|>>|| No. 21564
I see years of gay conversion therapy ahead for this poor lad.
The scary thing is, from my experience of spending plenty of time stateside and knowing a few people in the Bible Belt, there are literally MILLIONS of people like that. This is not some sort of satire.
I always say they're like trekkies on acid.
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