Friday, August 17, 2012

Goodbye Peg Bundy

A real-life cautionary tale for "liberated" gold-digging feminStaazi bitches everywhere:
Women of the world, heed this advice. Heed it good; and don't you ever think that you and your magic vagina are the exception to these few very simple rules: Take care of your man. Treat him right. Shower him with love and respect, and yes, I mean take care of his physical needs...satisfy him sexually. Wear him out. If you want to guarantee fidelity in your marriage, there is a simple way to achieve that: Never let your husband leave the house with a single drop of semen remaining in his body. Trust me, if he is not dumping it at home, he is dumping it somewhere, unless he is a hopelessly unattractive, beat-down loser. When you use sex for power and control, you do damage that cannot be undone.

This is an especially strident message to those manipulative religious bitches who create a home-life/environment that makes a man love nothing more than working late, having to go "back to the office" after dinner, etc. This letter is a wake-up call to the shriking, toxic cunts in abundance Galt-in-Da-Box has seen coming time and time again who use marriage as a dictatorship or an ATM. Men don't marry anymore - only 40% of younger people, in a recent survey - precisely because of this kind of bullshit! Only a fool would. If you are homosexual and reading this, do not naively believe this won't happen to you if you marry: The same rule applies in ANY arrangement where one human being turns over absolute authority over his/her life to another.
There are rare exceptions, but since this "hallowed and sacramental institution" has its roots in slavery, it's not worth gambling half of everything on someone else's whims.

3 comments:

Master Doh-San said...

Have you noticed that the original has been deleted? Not surprising, huh?

Galt-in-Da-Box said...

Well, now you know WHY I'm not a regular Craigslist user: they're a bunch of Politically-Correct, pussywhipped cocksuckers.

texlahoma said...

I think you gave some great advice there. I've been married a LONG time and one of the things that has helped is that if either of us is going out with the guys or girls we make sure the other one is very satisfied. It's not that we don't trust each other, it's more like an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.