OT: Women Are Food

Discussion in 'Los Angeles DODGERS' started by Finski, May 29, 2017.

  1. Finski

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    Not a new idea, but always worth repeating…

     
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    Can envision having that talk with my 6 yr old grandson. Of course after he repeated that shit (he always does that), it would be our last conversation.

    Guess I'll stick to his indoctrination of hate of all things sporting from the Bay Area. Certainly that's a healthy pursuit.
     
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    Even my wife thought that was hilarious. Of course, she has a sense of humor, and a brain, and can tell when something is meant to be funny, as opposed to an attack on women. I liked this country a lot more when it still had a sense of humor.

    By the way, FSU, the show, if you haven't seen it, is pretty good (Lilyhammer). Classic fish out of water story. If you like the Sopranos, especially the Silvio character, you'll like the show.
     
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    Can anyone remember any talk their father had with them about it all...or an uncle, whatever ?
    The only thing my father ever told me was "stay away from the ugly broads...it's bad for your public image".
    Oh, and " wear a hat when it rains". But that's another subject.
     
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    My old man was Brooklyn Irish, born in the Depression. My sex talk was brief, to the point, and painfully blunt. I recall that he explained that "a stiff dick has no conscience, kid." I was maybe 11 or 12. That was about it. I doped out the rest from the science books and my clueless Protestant friends.

    Good times, the 70s.
     

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