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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    but then again she can be happy for not starving if she stays married

    Presuming the only options are unhappily married or starvation i'd go with starvation because ...come fucking on! As if starvation would be the only option.

    I found a nice pic on tinternet of one of the badges my mother made in the late 70's.....seems fitting





    I have more if anyones interested
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    Oh and in reply to the question regarding the article, i'd score double pants.
    "We knew he was someone who had a tragic flaw, that's where his greatness came from"

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    for some reason this thread brings to mind that song 'don'tcha wish your girlfriend was hot like me'

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    No., I would make a terrible wife
    Oh yeah?

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    Quote Originally Posted by You'reWrongI'mRight View Post
    SO I posted this up on my facebook. and this is what one of my male friends acutally said...

    Just you and women now a days. See how responsible those in the 50s were, and i believe they lived a better life than today. As proof: count the number of divorces
    "Gaston, you're positively primeval"!

    All the 50's nostalgia is ludicrous. Let's not even talk about women for a moment -- Do people realize how badly men got screwed up by their fathers during that period in time, because of the incredible pressures put on males to perform and not show weakness?

    Both genders got sort of a raw deal, although men definitely seemed to have more social power.

    Anyway, as far this discussion goes, it's very much along the lines of how I also view MBTI types -- it's descriptive, not prescriptive. Yes, there's a noticeable amount of women who feel happy by helping their mates in the "traditional" vein, but that is just a description of a characteristic, it should not be prescriptive of everyone's behavior.

    Individuals now get a choice, and the choice should be respected.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GemPOPGem View Post
    i'd score double pants.
    does this mean that you can iron multiple pants at the same time?

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    It's funny how things change. This was pretty normal back in 1955; I didn't really bother to read most of the article because it nauseates me, but after glancing at a few quick points, yeah the gist is pretty obvious.

    And to think, many people still regard that as a 'golden age' >.> Or believe that we were more civil back then compared to others in the world.

    Yeaaaaaaaah.

    Anyways.

    Guys had it suck too back then... the whole go to work, earn a living for yeur family, or yeu are FAIL. I mean, just look at the clothing of the era... everyone wore practically the same crap. It was such a strict and rigid environment that yeu had to wear a uniform to GO OUTSIDE.

    Whotever, I'd have failed hard in the 1950's. Male, or female, I'd have been in soooooooo much trouble XD

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    Do you know what's sad?
    My dad actually brought this article home and gave it to my mother.
    On her birthday.
    And he was serious about it.
    Oh, I <3 family

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    Quote Originally Posted by tawanda View Post
    LOL i posted that on my friends wall yesterday!!!! LOL!!!!

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