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Off-topic: BEARS! Well, just one bear, actually. In a hammock.

It’s a lazy Saturday here at Manboobz Manor, so here’s a bear in a hammock.

 

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10G
10G
10 years ago

@havebook….yeah, I can see that! Awesome! 😉

Heather
10 years ago

I just wanted to say that I really enjoy reading your blog. I want to see what those crazy men are up to without the hassle of weeding through the internet. Man Boobz is both funny and informative.
😛

Happy Anti-MRA
Happy Anti-MRA
10 years ago

Just to change the subject a bit, has anyone been watching PUA/Game advocates ‘debate’ with Paul Elam? It’s absolutely hilarious. Elam claims that the secret to success with women is to… get this… not hit on them. Whereas the ‘Game’ advocate is all about, well, his version of ‘Game’.

Incredible really… How many MRAs does it take to work out how to talk to a woman? Er, they still haven’t decided.

What the cretins don’t realise is that feminists benefit from the sexual revolutions that they helped to create. They just don’t like sleazy, desperate guys.

Viscaria
Viscaria
10 years ago

How dare bears look so cuddly but also maul you if you get too close or try to cuddle their adorable cubs! It’s like those slutty slut sluts in their slut clothes looking all sexy, but then not letting you have sex with them! Jerks.

@hellkell, that seems pretty close to a city to be seeing that much wildlife! My family used to live about 15 minutes from the city, and my mom very nearly hit a cougar on her way home one evening. But that was probably 20 years ago, and the city’s expanded; my dad still lives there, but it’s only 3 minutes from town now. No cougars anymore. Coyotes for sure, but they’re brave creatures and will venture right into the city sometimes.

CassandraSays
CassandraSays
10 years ago

Speaking of animals in people space shenanigans, check out this from the Twitter feed of the British railway service for an explanation of why I’m really missing the UK right now.

“Passengers are currently unable to alight from trains at Shepley due to reports by police of a lion in the area.”

It’s just so polite and restrained. Sorry for not allowing you to disembark, passengers, but you see, there may be a lion in the village.

Then again, it is the UK, where our most fearsome predator is the badger. Watch out – if one gets into your hammock and you try to get in too it may make a funny noise at you.

Bagelsan
Bagelsan
10 years ago

I honestly think that when all the animals spontaneously gain sentience and take over the world, the only reason they’ll keep some humans around is because we have fingernails (for skritchies) and we can construct hammocks. Seriously, every damn animal loves hammocks; my various pet mice and rats loved ’em too. (My pet mouse used to have a teensy fleece hammock that was all of 3 inches square and she built little nests in it. SO CUTE.)

…Hm, this comment isn’t very man-hating. Uh… and when the animal revolution comes they will preferentially keep women and kill off the men, because women are on average slightly more dexterous and tend to groom their nails better! Boom. Nailed it.

Benjamin Geiger
10 years ago

Cassandra:

Is it a honey badger? ‘Cause if so, it don’t give a shit.

Wetherby
Wetherby
10 years ago

I saw a couple of dead badgers by the road the other day, about twenty feet apart. It looked like a lovers’ suicide pact.

Pecunium
10 years ago

Badgers are not to be trifled with.

Tea-cakes perhaps, but never trifle.

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