Separate Spaces

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Published on 22 May 2021 / In Film & Animation

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mrghoster
mrghoster 30 days ago

No Femon's would be Heaven, well actually ity is Heaven already for me As I'm MGTOW Monk and my Mind is immune to anything to do with femon's?

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mrghoster
mrghoster 30 days ago

I remember Twiggy, or Leslie Hornsby to give her proper name, still a good looker today.

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SoloManZone
SoloManZone 30 days ago

shes an old lady buddy, no good if they can't do what they are advertising

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mrghoster
mrghoster 30 days ago

@SoloManZone: Femon's ain't no good even if they can do what they are advertising! lol!

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hqwebsite
hqwebsite 1 month ago

We had something similar. It was more on racial side.



Then this guy shows up and the whole world was cheering for him.



Eventually he got what he wanted.

But look at what his successors did later.

https://www.aljazeera.com/amp/....economy/2020/09/10/s

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SoloManZone
SoloManZone 1 month ago

The weak will be devoured

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SOUKadath
SOUKadath 1 month ago

Yeah, but Photoshop also corrects a number of sins. Fitness and such don't count so much as having a friend who can touch her up.

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SoloManZone
SoloManZone 1 month ago

People don't realise that nearly all have been touched up........

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SOUKadath
SOUKadath 1 month ago

@SoloManZone: By now it's common knowledge. But girls/women STILL piss 'n moan that "unrealistic standards" is a thing.

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SoloManZone
SoloManZone 1 month ago

@SOUKadath: They create the situation and then complain about it.......delusional

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sauger1001
sauger1001 1 month ago

@SoloManZone: Funny how at 65, Christie Brinkley "felt the need" to pose (with her daughters) in an SI shoot. Never saw it, but I'm sure her daughters looked okay. As you said earlier, she looks touched up.

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SoloManZone
SoloManZone 1 month ago

@sauger1001: They all are touched up

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TheManInside
TheManInside 1 month ago

Although I don't like it, it wouldn't be bad at all.
No more register queues at the supermarket, no more chit chat about the fucking cat food or soap opera at the post office, and if we had separate roads... I'M ALL FOR THAT.

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SoloManZone
SoloManZone 1 month ago

Never thought about separate roads.....hey how about a separate planet!

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TheManInside
TheManInside 1 month ago

@SoloManZone: no. I like women.

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SoloManZone
SoloManZone 1 month ago

@TheManInside: Why?

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TheManInside
TheManInside 1 month ago

@SoloManZone: Why! Because I'm not a fag.

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SoloManZone
SoloManZone 1 month ago

@TheManInside: OK, for sex and different companionship

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TheManInside
TheManInside 1 month ago

@SoloManZone: Yeah. Take the drama out, and the constant attempts to make your wallet thinner, and I do enjoy having female companionship. As one can't separate the drama from the femon for a long period of time, they last for... sometimes, hours.

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SoloManZone
SoloManZone 1 month ago

@TheManInside: Yea, they can be fun. briefly as a side quest

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TheManInside
TheManInside 1 month ago

@SoloManZone: I do have a female in my life permanently. My choice. And although she doesn't accuses me of any false wrong doing, the drama is there. But, as a four legged female I'll put up with it until the day she leaves me.

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SoloManZone
SoloManZone 1 month ago

@TheManInside: Good choice. Nothing permanent

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TheManInside
TheManInside 1 month ago

@SoloManZone: As long as she lives, she's permanent. And so is he. She only came into my house because of him. They both with me for life.

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SoloManZone
SoloManZone 1 month ago

@TheManInside: And what happens if she attracts another he?

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TheManInside
TheManInside 1 month ago

@SoloManZone: she won't. I'm the one feeding them. Also the one who decides, and I don't want more dogs. 2 is enough.

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SoloManZone
SoloManZone 1 month ago

@TheManInside: They are great company, and good friends

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