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SengaMcp

Bye Boys?

Life without men

Wot d'ye reckon girls, noo thur obsolete, shuid we bin thum, ur keep thum, jist in case we find anurra use fur thum?
Boudleaux C Merkin

Damn them boffins! Thank goad they'll never find a substitute fur a good fluffer.
SengaMcp

Aye but, whyfur wuid we need a fluffer?
dosser

This has opened a hale new can o' wurms whit has interestit me fer a lang whiles.

No' any laughs comin', Ah fear - jist sum'hin' whit Ah find strange.

Australian Aboriginals have a law that says men and women must live together. (They've a' kinds o' ither laws aboot how men and women shuild live thegither as weel.) They need laws???

Then a Murcan friend whit had befriended a family o' Indians fae Alaska telt me a story o' their's. Ah cannae remember the hale story, but it starts wi' the spirits being angry wi' mankind on account o' men and wumins trying tae live apart. Again, (by implication) a law that says we have to live together.

In some branches o' Islam, men and women (i.e. spouses) sleep apart and only get thegither in a fuck-em-an-leave-em-tae-make-weans sort o' way.

So, Ah wiz talkin' tae Mts. Dosser aboot this ('cause she's a wummin and - speakin' personally - Ah quite likes wummins. She reckoned that maist wummin wuild probly be quite happy in a harem. And when Ah thocht aboot it, Ah hud tae admit that wummins is quite guid at the company and small talk and mutual support stuff. (Unfortunately and fur reasons she'll no' explain, she'll no' let me akshly start a harem hooever.)

Ah've also heard it suggestit that Nature's intention is that a marriage should only last aboot fower year - jist enough time tae hae a wean and see it through infancy..... Then we should jist baith fuck aff tae pastures new.

Makes ye think........ Like Ah says, Ah like wummins. But some o' the maist borin' experiences o' mah life hus been in tje company o' wummins and their prattling aboot bugger-a' whit intersts me.

So wuild Ah be happier on mah ane and jist yasin' hookers or somethin'......?  Oddly, Ah dinnae think so..
weejan

being in a harem would have been useful to me over the past few months. Whilst I've been poorly and somewhat incapacitated, various standards have slipped around here and I've said - jokingly so as not to hurt feelings - that I need a wife.

I still want a man in my life though.
Fey Hag

Ah'm shoor it wull all end ra seme wey whitiver they do.

Monkind is ra ainly animal we ra interlekt ta invent ra saw; and is dumb enuff tae use it tae cut off ra branch he's sitting on.
Celyn

Re: Bye Boys?

SengaMcp wrote:
Life without men

Wot d'ye reckon girls, noo thur obsolete, shuid we bin thum, ur keep thum, jist in case we find anurra use fur thum?


Well, they can reach the high-up shelves and they don't seem to be as freaked out by spiders as I am, so there's two uses.

Mind you, a sensible world wouldn't have the high-up shelves just to torment wee wummin, so that one might not count.  And I *can* deal with spiders, really, after I do a traditional  bit of "eek oh shit", and jumping out of my skin.
dosser

Arachnophopia really puzzles me.

If you're feart o' spiders try this. Try catching one. Then ye'll see wha's the maist feart.

I actually like spiders and bugs and all manner o' creepie-crawlies, and I'm quite happy touching and holding them on my hand. But I've never once been able to lay hands on a spider. They'll jist no' let me near them, the wee fearties!

Ah jist came back tae say that I cuild maybe understand fear o' creepie crawlies in countries ither than here. Thurs thon spider in Australia whit lurks in the dunny, fer wan.

Imagine poor wee Clash on his hospital bed.......... "Doctor, Doctor I'm in agony. Please give me something for the pain........ But, er, could you maybe leave the swelling."


Aye, okay it's auld. But so ur maist o' youse!
AG

Whit is it thit's been gettin shoutit a lot by umpires this last fortnite?  .... aw aye... "Your service"

So whit fuggin artyfishul sperm is gonny make heid nor tail ay thon come on eh?

As ma guid pal Clash wid say...

Get fucked.




















Cool
Celyn

dosser wrote:
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Australian Aboriginals have a law that says men and women must live together. ...


All do?  Or one or two tribes do?  Scary law, although I *suppose*, to be fair, our society does something similar - I'd say that persons not married or otherwise cohabiting are still regarded as a bit odd and unusual.  I might be a meringue, though.  Come to think of it, aren't there a few biblical exhortations that a man shall leave his mother and father and cleave to his wife?   Same sort of law then, maybe?  

I can see it being there for some sort of attempt at social stability, but still a law beset with pitfalls all the same.    Kind of tough luck on the ones married to a violent thug (or otherwise nasty person to live with).   Or what when one partner runs off with anther person?   Now there is ex-partner who is technically in breach of this law, though not necessarily by any fault or deliberate action of his/her own.     Does the now-alone person get chucked out of the tribe for law-breaking? Go, get thee hence, you are unworthy!  Go away and live with the wolves or something!    I wonder if they set a time limit on when this living together is to happen by.   I mean, when kids reach marriageable age, are they all to do a mad version of musical chairs and get paired off pronto, and if so, what happens to the ones left over?   Does law say "oh all right then, if you really must, we can allow you another few months to sort something out"?

Again, to be fair, something not dissimilar happens in our own society too.  I'm not sure if young men are *quite* so prone to this, but I'm sure I recall the type of girlies around teenage years who could not imagine any future other than to live with mummy and daddy till very quickly get married and have 2.4 kids because that was simply what people did. (They tended to be the boring, tedious, thick-as-mince ones, which might not bode well for society.  Oh dear. Perhaps things have changed.  Hope so.)  

And what when one partner dies and person is now alone?  Again, in breach of the law?  O NOES!    Shocked

It's all right, dosser, I'm not getting at you, just musing on things.   Smile

dosser wrote:
....They've a' kinds o' ither laws aboot how men and women shuild live thegither as weel.) They need laws???...


Oh YES! Ah, you innocent fool. Smile    Need laws about how to squeeze the toothpaste tube, about the correct time at which to draw the curtains (artistic ability not a requirement here), also need laws about how to decide whether the fish/vegetables/whatever is overcooked, whether the christmas decoration thingwies are properly hung, need laws about "yes, it is a dog, it will shed hairs, so what?", and laws about "but dear, that old jacket was getting a bit dingy, look, I have bought you a new one, more fashionable, much better ...."  And laws about "oh, we have to get a new three-piece suite, this one looks a bit tired now, yeah and also new paint and wallpaper job ....".  And laws about "but dear, we were meant to have left the house ten minutes ago: do you really need that much time to do your make-up?"

And all that is without even mentioning the Law (or Dilemma) of "Toilet Seats - Up or Down?"
dosser

The aboriginal law isnae jist aboot couples having to live together (Ah think). It's mair like in that story fae the Alaskan Indians when men and women tried to live apart.

The suggestion is that, without these  manmade "laws", Nature's law would make men and women form seperate tribes or communities and they'd only ever get together fer a bit o' rumpy-pumpy and a brief period o' child rearing.
SengaMcp

Thur's a African tribe, ahmur ferrly sure it's ra Maasai wit dis it, at least summy the time. Young males spend maisty thur time wira cattle, fan they reach puberty they live apart in villages built by thur mithers lurnin tae be warriors. Fan it comes tae marriage, they practice baith polygamy an polyandry.
Fey Hag

It's ra bit aboot having to keep them after their use by date; ah'm no in favour of. Twisted Evil
Clash

Mr. Green Good one Fey.

Dae you no think it's hilarious that some wimmins actually believe that guff and write serious bombastic articles telling anyone who will listen that they dinny need men?

That's the wans who think that men think they're only useful fur shagging but canny find one to prove it!
Heidy

Did onywan else get this bit o vino fueled ramlin err? Cool
Soorploom

Australian aboriginals dinnae recognise the man's pert in the makin ae weans; so ther weel aheed ae us.

Us puir men's only hope is thit battries get ower expensive. Rolling Eyes
SengaMcp

Umm. Newsflash... Thur is ese hings creyd rechargeable battries noo, ur so ahmur tauld. Twisted Evil
ayrshiretattie

What a stupid idea that is.

Soorploom

SengaMcp wrote:
Umm. Newsflash... Thur is ese hings creyd rechargeable battries noo, ur so ahmur tauld. Twisted Evil


Bugger, Ah'd fergoaten aboot them. Shocked
Fey Hag

SengaMcp wrote:
Umm. Newsflash... Thur is ese hings creyd rechargeable battries noo, ur so ahmur tauld. Twisted Evil


At ra price we pay fer power, yiv gotta be jokin.

Ah'm luikin inta gettin wun a they new fangled windmills tae cherg oop ra cell fone
Heidy

Ye wid be bettuur wi a wee solar charjuur furrit Fey!

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