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Happy girls are the prettiest, they say

My pal Sonny, who has been a 2-time guest on Troublesome Radio (latest here), posted an excellent thread over on Twitter-twatter the other day: === Contrary to popular belief, the hottest chicks (in real life not with filters) are usually the kindest/most positive because they have been treated the best their entire lives. The biggest […]

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  • February 19, 2018
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Stereotyping is a wonderful past time

“Your stereo typing us and that’s wrong on many levels. First and foremost we are beautiful and there are plenty of women with their on money and educated. My entire family went to college and were all attractive and have our own business, homes and cars with our own money. What are you talking about? […]

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  • February 18, 2018
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The replies to the naughty fish under the sea

A few days ago, there was the email about the “Birthday Mermaid Girl”. Affectionately, we’ll go ahead and call her BMG from now on. In that email, I showed what was on the girl’s to do list on her special night. And after that, I asked for your feedback. What would YOU do? If you […]

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  • February 16, 2018
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Where can’t there be Latinas in Ukraine?

There’s a new batch of questions that have come flooding in. I think it’s with spring around the corner…people are planning their trips. Keep it up, and enjoy: Hi, have you been to Odessa? is it less expensive then Kiev and whats the nightlife like there? I spent 6 weeks in Odessa in June and […]

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  • February 12, 2018
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The naughty mermaid’s birthday party

There’s a hilarious picture that I’ve seen circulating around the internet. It’s a smokeshow, and it’s her birthday. She’s holding up a whiteboard with her “goals” for the night of bday un-bashfulness. On the list: *BIRTHDAY GIRL’S TO-DO LIST* *Make out w/ a super hot guy *Flash a moving vehicle *Take a shot on every […]

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  • February 7, 2018
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The subtle art of changing sheets between beats

An old student asked me the other day: “Should I change the sheets in between girls? I mean…I’m seeing three, I don’t want to be doing laundry every day of the week.” I told him to ask himself what a high-value man would do. Would a high-value guy be stressing about doing laundry every day? […]

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  • February 4, 2018
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Why most people would be better without choice

In a bizarre way, I envy what my parents had. When I was born, the town was some 10,000 people. There was one, and only one, stoplight on the main road. Nowadays? The town is approaching 100,000. The main road has 23 stoplights, last I counted. But they didn’t have the magnitude of so many […]

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  • February 1, 2018
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Four years of studying? “It’s a feminist thing”

An old friend came to town this weekend. He’s on this email list and says he reads every one. In any case, we got to talking politics and deeper stuff. He’s a college professor, and apparently he recently had to fail a couple of poor green-haired (or was it purple? pink? can’t remember) girls because […]

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  • January 22, 2018
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The Seksi Road to Rio

Remember when Rio had all the Olympic games in 2016? How they advertised it as the “Road to Rio”? Well, I have to say, it was a damn catchy tagline that I’ve totally stolen in the last couple of emails for the Dating Abroad Podcast. Sexsi time: You know, I always wondered about the infamous […]

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  • January 19, 2018
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What do feminists and the Cheesecake Factory have in common?

Damian Pros recently tweeted: “Will launch a business course for $25,000 where if you don’t pass my test you cannot use anything you learnt to get a job,but I will keep ur money & allow u to pay me again for another course. I will have someone who never owned a business teach u. Legit? […]

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  • January 17, 2018
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