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Published on 11 Apr 2021 / In Film & Animation

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mrghoster
mrghoster 28 days ago

Panda's are found in rare places whereas a femon is usually found in a MALE's face where it's attention isn't wanted? Also Panda's don't appear to make any sound or noise? Unlike the femon that you just cant get to shut the fuck up talking SHIT at the best of times!

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SoloManZone
SoloManZone 28 days ago

I'm being to appreciate the Panda

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mrghoster
mrghoster 28 days ago

Femon's are as difficult to mate with just like a Panda as well! Like a Panda they are of no use, it's not like a horse or even an Ox that can do something fucking useful for MANKIND! lol! like a lot of Panda's femon's often end up with black Eye's often given by another Femon? I've heard that Panda's FART a lot as well? also a common trait in femon's over 30 apparently? and they moan about us MEN farting in bed? The femon's that is not the Panda? Mind you I used to regularly sleep with a Panda when I was a Boy, Still have it. My mom bought him for me in 1966 and it sit's in th cabinet in the living room.

Also a femon would simply chomp on bambo where as a MAN would build a rocket ship or a penny whistle from the bambo? a final connection is the Bambo because Femon's are stupid and get "BAMBOOZLED" by just about anything logical or rational!

Naturally nit would be sad to see a Panda become extinct? More than I could give a shit for a femon! lol!

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SoloManZone
SoloManZone 28 days ago

Concise information there

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mrghoster
mrghoster 28 days ago

Femon's are just like Panda Bears, they look dopey for a start, they are FAT, LAZY, see everything in Black and White, and eat Bambo because in today's world of MGTOW it's the only "wood" they can get or are given! lol!

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Hammerhead69
Hammerhead69 28 days ago

Pandas will eat other things including meat Bamboo is easier and they got lazy.

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SoloManZone
SoloManZone 28 days ago

We have a car called a Panda

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Embedded Basis
Embedded Basis 28 days ago

Let's get real -- species go extinct all the time. As long as it is natural selection, it's for the best. If a species can't survive on its own, then, fine... everything dies. It had its time.

Now this is not to say that this is the whole picture: Sometimes, especially lately, mankind comes along and makes survival impossible. We are now seeing this with conservatives who do not look like they will survive the locust plague of progressives. [However, it should be noted that by causing an extinction event for the conservatives, the progressives doom themselves. It's a lose-win.]

In this case, maybe the Pandas should have gone extinct and are only still around because mankind interfered in the natural progress of things. Maybe not.

But one thing is sure -- the feminists only survive because of mankind sustaining them. And darn it all, we should have just let them die off on their own... the world would be such a better place with all that peace and quiet, order and prosperity....

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SoloManZone
SoloManZone 28 days ago

sure would a nice quiet place, then we could even hear the birds or the waterfall other than a loud drone in the background

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Embedded Basis
Embedded Basis 28 days ago

@SoloManZone: Yes, we often forget that women invented the drone.

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hqwebsite
hqwebsite 28 days ago

@Embedded Basis: China has practice 'Panda Diplomacy' since ancient times. CCP makes a lot of money from this. https://www.ft.com/content/8a0....4a532-be92-11e7-9836

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hqwebsite
hqwebsite 29 days ago

Excerpt from an article I just read;

Solitary in the wild, pandas don’t even have meaningful, lasting relationships with one another. After weaning, “the only time they spend with others of their kind is as babies and then later to mate,” says Rebecca Snyder, curator of conservation and science at Oklahoma City Zoological Park and Botanical Garden.

Dearie’s observations of Bao Bao bear this out: “Within a month of her and [her mother] Mei Xiang separating, they were yelling at each other,” he says. In practice, this inclination to solitude means that pandas don’t have anything that we’d recognize as a “family” dynamic, whether or not they’re in human care.


Despite that, the panda keepers I spoke with told me that pandas can develop significant—if temporary and highly conditional—relationships with humans. But every keeper or expert I spoke with held that those relationships have everything to do with simple sustenance. “They’re adaptable, and they know who brings them the food every day. The fondness is for whoever’s with them,” MacCorkle says. In other words, even if it’s tempting to coo at a panda, the panda is far more interested in who’s bringing dinner.

Full article; https://www.smithsonianmag.com..../smithsonian-institu

Yes, panda & femons are similar in this regard.

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SoloManZone
SoloManZone 28 days ago

I'm dating one

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