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EYES WIDE SHUT - Note Nicole Kidman's (kidding man) role and how it mirrors chameleon deceiptful whores. Most of the leading female roles in this movie will be of no surprise to RP men. Having doubts about marraige and dating woemen in general? Watch this. Walk away. Breathe a sigh of relief.


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ONE BY ONE - Anyone not quite sure of the global "Agenda" and in particular 9/11 being staged. ( 🤣 ) This is a good one.


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Forrest Gump.

 

Wasn't "Jennie" the perfect modern whore. 

 


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@aussie

Yup only wanted the nice guy once she was old and had a used up diseased meat hole.


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Forrest Gump.

 

Wasn't "Jennie" the perfect modern whore. 

 

The message is clear for any man to decode. Which is completely inverse to "the sleeping princess" fairy tale.


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@aussie

Yup only wanted the nice guy once she was old and had a used up diseased meat hole.

Bingo! CC

 


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@aussie

Yup only wanted the nice guy once she was old and had a used up diseased meat hole.

She had her fun on the cock carousel, had Forrest Gump's baby without telling him, came back to show him a 6yo or something, and wanted security until she died because of her STD. Yup, typical.

 


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An obvious call - 'Pretty Woman'

You too could have your own ex-prostitute if you're a billionaire, extremely lucky and you play your cards right. 🤨 

Mentioning Richard Gere - what was that film where his mate's girlfriend dumped him for not making the 'officer' grade...and then he hung himself??

(The one where he carried away the old bag factory worker who'd sucked her way through the entire military before he turned up).

Oh yeah...'A suicide and an old bag appeaser'.

Yep...that one too!!! 


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@nerevar

It was just a movie but it wouldn't surprise me if forest wasn't even the father.


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An obvious call - 'Pretty Woman'

You too could have your own ex-prostitute if you're a billionaire, extremely lucky and you play your cards right. 🤨 

Mentioning Richard Gere - what was that film where his mate's girlfriend dumped him for not making the 'officer' grade...and then he hung himself??

(The one where he carried away the old bag factory worker who'd sucked her way through the entire military before he turned up).

Oh yeah...'A suicide and an old bag appeaser'.

Yep...that one too!!! 

officer and a gentleman

 


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My Fair Lady not only points out numerous times the fact women are illogical and emotional, but it also expresses why that is a good thing for the difference. Today's women should study this film to see why they are no longer desired, aside from a couple of hours for sex then done. The problem is they are trying to be like men, but they cannot. They do not think the same, cannot physically do the same, and cannot behave the same, no matter how much they play pretend. Why can't a woman be like a man, because women are illogical messes that spend their time weeping about anything and everything, instead of actually doing or solving even one thing.

Woman: "How do you write women so well?"

Author: "I think of a man... And I take away reason and accountability."

 

 

And for a bit more fun:

"Remember, you're fighting for this woman's honor, which is probably more than she ever did."
Groucho Marx: Duck Soup (1933)


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