What Turns Men Off In Chicks: Tips For Adventurous Women

February 13, 2012

What Turns Men Off In Chicks: Tips For Adventurous Women

Ben Delicious writes from the Red Light district of Soho: Hey, girls! And when I say ‘girls’, I mean ladies. And when I say ‘ladies’, I mean young healthy chicks on the look-out for guys who have some spare time on their hands and are looking for some, you know, romance. Anyway, girls, ladies, chicks, you know what puts men off in women? Loud unprovoked hyena like laughter that comes in regular bursts, that’s what puts them off. There are more and more chicks out there who think that the best way to pull guys, if you pardon the expression, is to get together with their girlfriends, descend on some eatery or bar or nightclub and laugh hysterically for no reason, in the hope of being noticed, engaged in conversation and hopefully, you know, get some intercourse going. But this sort... 

Of Loud Unprovoked Laughter. And The Suffering It Causes

January 6, 2012

Of Loud Unprovoked Laughter. And The Suffering It Causes

Ted Obvious writes from London: You can spot these people at once. They are always part of a group, producing bursts of loud, unprovoked laughter at regular periods. They’re having fun and in their perception fun is something that should be accompanied by loud, hysterical laughter. Otherwise it’s not fun. And so they laugh, often forcing themselves to do it, so that later they can tell their friends that they’d had a ‘great time’, and laughed a lot. ‘We laughed so much, you know,’ they’d say. ‘We nearly wet ourselves.’ Loud unprovoked hysterical laughter has become a trademark of having a good time. It’s now practiced by a growing number of people, who have perfected the technique of roaring for hours, without any evident provocation.... 

A Warning To Some Women: You Aren’t That Beautiful To Laugh That Loud

December 29, 2011

A Warning To Some Women: You Aren’t That Beautiful To Laugh That Loud

Ben Delicious writes from London: Why is it that average looking women, bordering on unattractive, tend to laugh very loudly – for no apparent reason? Have you noticed how they’d respond to any comment with loud, near hysterical laughter, as they sit at a table in a bar or a restaurant or a coffee shop, with their girlfriends or work colleagues? It has always amazed me, this strange method of females attracting attention to themselves. Why do they do it? What is the point of getting all those startled stares from men in close vicinity, who lose all interest the moment they see who is actually producing the hysteral laughter? Because good looking women, you see, don’t need to attract attention by laughing like a hyena or talking in a very loud voice. They just need to appear... 

When Politicians Laugh You Can Tell What They Are About

June 8, 2011

When Politicians Laugh You Can Tell What They Are About

Adam Lovejoy writes from Paris: Laughter, they say, is the best medicine. I don’t know about that, but one thing I can tell you: laughter is the best way to test what your politicians are all about. It so happens that it’s the only human emotion that can’t be faked. Unlike, say, women’s orgasms or men’s sincerity and compassion for others. Laughter throws you out into the open, so to speak. No chance of faking it, no chance at all. That is why former British PM Tony Blair always blew it when he laughed in public. It was not a pretty sight. His eyes did not connect to his mouth, making his laugh look not just insincere but spooky. The guy was – and still is – a pathological liar and people with such a condition can’t do a sincere laugh. It’s just beyond them, even... 

More Pearls Of Wisdom. From The Stirring Trouble Team

January 27, 2011

More Pearls Of Wisdom. From The Stirring Trouble Team

We present more pearls of wisdom and witty observations from the Stirring Trouble team. It’s time to find out where all those PC freaks live and make their life hell for a change. What to see for yourself how atheism can destroy a whole nation? Go to France, the land of the walking dead. President Obama got it wrong with the ‘Sputnik moment’. That was the time when the arms race was pushing innovation. Not a good comparison. When I hear people saying religion causes wars I remind them that Stalin, Hitler, Mussolini, Mao and Pol Pot were atheists. Not to mention that Bush and Blair were closet atheists a well. Minority interests groups that seem to be running the media in Britain are risking creating a backlash from the majority of people who are fed up with their bias. Women with...