"One roasted chicken a day. Something that rhymes with that*TBD*"
@redpillschool It's because the moral hit/boost for the respective sides. Some of the left are leaving out of fear/protest and some of the right are coming back due to their invigoration at the news that they might soon have the benefit of a more level playing field on the thing. Very much doubt there's any kind of under the table manipulation going on.
There's a pretty simple pretty simple occam's razor explanation to this phenomenon. That guy is just an idiot, like most of them.
Red team just found out that the umpire is not longer on the payroll of blue team, so many are picking up their gloves again. The converse is happening on the blue team, some are throwing down their gloves and going home.
@NeoSpartan I’ve found the line “I really enjoy how much you enjoy to please me” really nails both sides of the alpha/beta dichotomy and really amps attraction. It tells her that you’re glad she’s around but also reinforces the fact that she exists to please you. It puts her right in her happy place.
Very similar is “my fucking god, you are so beautiful with my cock in your mouth.”
Try em out, boys…. They’re gold.
@IBelieveInTheFallen It's not that want you to cry about your dead dog or some shit. That's weak. I think what they mean is like this dude.. Females are attracted to aloof and confident dudes yeah? But they are also incredibly insecure, like always, even the hot ones you would expect to be super confident are like that. So what they really mean is they want validation and shit. Give them a little bit but not too much. "I'm so glad you came into my life" or something like that every once in a while. It would be a gross misinterpretation to think they wanted their men to be vulnerable and shit. That's just weakness, which is a major attraction killer.
Yea, the bible can be dry if you're just reading it for the sake of reading it. I've only read it from cover to cover a few times completely myself, which is why I only do it with purpose.
It's the hardest thing to read. There's a lot in there that makes you stop and shake your head to say really? What is that about? And then there is no follow up.
Like the part where apparently if you die, your brother is supposed get your widow pregnant. That kind of stuff is enough to make you question if there's a point in continuing your reading.
It can be hard to maintain the focus needed to read the entire Holy Bible and I don't recommend it for the passive. Read what piques your interest first, then poke around. Eventually, you'll find other passages of interest. For the sake of context in understanding when studying it, with the old testament you will need some education in military science and with the new testament it helps to have an education in the classics. If you're following the way understood as Christianity, you need to understand warfare, combat, and systems of honor. For all the fault of the heathen peoples of ancient times, they made many discoveries of the truth that persist even in our time and shouldn't be forgotten.
As for the marriage bit. Would I recommend a guy marry their late brother's widow, if their brother snuffed it honorably in our current day and age? Only if the surviving brother is indeed co-habitating with their late brothers household, still single, the widow is receptive, attractive, had been with no man other than her late husband, and the surviving brother knows his brothers widow was faithful to her vows to his deceased brother. I know, it's not ideal given what women are encouraged to do today, but if they both fulfill that criteria then I see no problem with it.
It's vastly better to pair off with your late brothers faithful widow and help raise your nephews/neices, while continuing your own branch of the line, than to pair of with some random slut to be burdened with raising an unrelated man's bastard progeny. Further, I doubt an uncle turned step-father would have to deal with the usual step-dad B.S. from their nephews/neices other random guys would have to deal with in that situation. They'd all be dealing with the mutual loss of the late brother, but otherwise already know and love each other.Read More
the link he provided includes
- Additions to Esther.
- 1 Maccabees.
- 2 Maccabees.
- Wisdom of Solomon.
- Baruch / Letter of Jeremiah
Which as far as I’m aware are often referred to as ‘deleted’ chapters, or removed books — which is what I took him to mean.
You clearly put more time into this site or are generally more familiar on the topic of removed bible passages than I am. Off the top of your head, do you remember if the other pages on the site include citations highlighting which ecumenical councils or denominations removed the corresponding passages from their respective bibles? I don't recall seeing any when I went through the genesis page
+ @SheLarror1234 Yea, the bible can be dry if you're just reading it for the sake of reading it. I've only read it from cover to cover a few times completely myself, which is why I only do it with purpose. To those ends, I spent a good chunk of my time on Christian forums looking up passages for other people online. I had a few interesting interactions when people would ask sixth commandment related questions. However, they were challenging in ways catechism wasn't.Read More
It's kind of amazing actually.. He's a smart guy ya know? Has a Ph.D. and shit but.. actually believes he "made her cum in 15 seconds"... and I'm pretty sure only gets sex about once a month or so. I don't think she's cheating on him but.. shit dude. The whole situation is pretty sad.. :/ He's admitted that he watches a lot of porn..
tl;dr you do not want to employ the beta bux strat. It sucks lol.