When Life Imitates Anime – NSFW

hazuki

 

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Hazuki is a not very excellent bounty hunter in a not very excellent anime based on a mobile game. The female in the second image obviously knows where her talents lie.

Besides her bountiful obvious qualities, I’m also quite intrigued by the long hair. It looks real to me, but it could be a wig I guess.

If All You See… — Pirate’s Cove

…is horrible carbon pollution caused extreme weather, you might just be a Warmist The blog of the day is Moonbattery, with a post on Hillary and Pelosi claiming the Capitol mostly peaceful protests were caused by Russia.

If All You See… — Pirate’s Cove

This picture gets posted a lot. And for a couple of damn good reasons.

Relationship Experts Are Idiots

https://melmagazine.com/en-us/story/divorce-quarantine-lockdown

Jeney adds that under normal circumstances, it’s fairly uncommon for couples, particularly ones without kids, to live together in the aftermath of a divorce, and for good reason. “I’ve worked with couples that have attempted a short time period where they stay physically together, but it generally becomes obvious how unsustainable it is,” she says. “Again, every couple is different, and if a couple finds themselves unable to physically separate, it’s important to have transparency about expectations, roles and boundaries, and discuss the timeline, so both are on the same page.” In other words, attempting to “wing it will often cause a lot of disappointment and hurt feelings.”

So for couples facing this predicament against their will — due to either pandemic restrictions or their financial circumstances — how best to cope? 

Jeney advises that although every couple is different — and therefore will have their own boundaries to address — it’s important to communicate potential violations early on so everyone is on the same page. “Typically this can be done with a therapist or mediator,” says Jeney. “Making intentional agreements is crucial if you’ll be living together during the process of separation.” Some examples of topics that might come up, she says, include fairly mundane activities like whether or not you will continue to cook and eat meals together. “Do you remain friends? Are you both in need of individual space? If so, what does space look like?”

“Jeney adds that under normal circumstances, it’s fairly uncommon for couples, particularly ones without kids, to live together in the aftermath of a divorce, and for good reason.”

Holy shit! What an insight! Divorced couples don’t usually live together after getting divorced! And for good reason! Is there a Nobel for Mastering the Obvious?

“In other words, attempting to “wing it will often cause a lot of disappointment and hurt feelings.” “

More disappointment and hurt feelings than getting divorced?!?! How awful!!!

it’s important to communicate potential violations early on so everyone is on the same page. “Typically this can be done with a therapist or mediator,” says Jeney.

Just because married couples therapy was a total failure is no reason not to pay some idiot whamen for divorced room-mates therapy.

Living together after divorce isn’t necessarily a complete mess, of course. Writing for Thrive Global, Stephanie Drenka admits that although at first her and her ex-husband’s loft “felt like a sort of prison,” the situation presented opportunities to engage the good parts of their relationship, albeit on a platonic level. Cooking dinners, she writes, became “an opportunity to teach him skills he’ll need when he’s on his own, such as how to boil water for macaroni and cheese.” In turn, her ex-husband helped her pack her belongings. 

Yeah, the only dish she knew how to make. You know that guy was smiling so wide when packing her shit up his face was sore a week.

Anyway, boobs.

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A Painted Whore By Any Other Name

I’ll give you one guess as to how many women we need in government.

How the fuck does South Carolina count as a “red state” sending this trash to D.C.?