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Mandajuice, don’t forget she’s skinny now, recently declared “I clearly drink too much”. Saying “if I only have 3 drinks in a night, I consider that a GOOD night. That’s… sobriety”, she went on to explain what she plans to do about the situation:
…I have ZERO intention of quitting. I will never join a 12-step program. I will never surrender my addiction to a higher power. I think AA is horse shit.
Instead, Mandajuice will simply live around her drinking:
…I’d rather work on harm reduction – never EVER driving after drinking. Never drinking with strangers or on first dates. Staying “sober” around my kids. Always making sure someone else is around who can help if needed. Taking a thousand vitamins a day, drinking my body weight in water and pounding as many antioxidants as I can to counteract the physical effects. Eating well. Running.
She then announced she will, in fact, stop drinking for the month of November. Why? Well in addition to saving money and just to “see” if she “can do it”:
…mostly there is one BIG reason – I’ve gained weight. My clothes don’t fit. It’s making me uncomfortable. It’s that simple.
She hasn’t “made it longer than a week in, well, YEARS” and doesn’t believe in seeking formal help, so she’s asking everyone what to expect during her sober month. Because if there’s anything that has been proven time and again to keep people from drinking, it’s the internet.
There’s nothing I admire more than someone who declares themselves an alcoholic taking pride in refusing to stop drinking unless it’s for some month long vanity challenge. I’m sure everyone with experience with alcohol abuse finds her truly inspirational. If only everyone who couldn’t make it through life without booze could have her willpower without the “horse shit” of AA. I guess all it really takes is some vitamins and some too tight pants to make folks put down the bottle. Someone should alert the rehab community that they’re doing it wrong!
Couples & Co., a website that helps you have “a more blissful union”, is ready to take a stand against all you deceitful women who do anything to change your appearance. In this post they declare that women who attempt to alter their looks are committing ‘fraud’:
This woman frankly should not have been able to reproduce because she’s the carrier of genetic refuse. ..Beauty is not skin deep, it’s in your genes and if you think otherwise you’re the shallow one here.
Now, he’s not trying to be mean to you ugly ladies. He’s just looking out for the progeny he intends to produce:
For me as a man, I look at a woman’s body and her features to guage how healthy she is physically and if she would produce good children for me because frankly I’m shopping for a good mother for my children. Sure, once I’ve ascertained that the woman in question is healthy and well-formed, then I’ll worry about her IQ and maternal temperament, but I make no apologies for selecting out the biologically weak women because this is my children’s future and a good parent cares about the future they give their children.
Because obviously the most important thing you can give to your children is…good looks. Sure, that’ll be all they need.
Look, it’s one thing to not be a huge champion of plastic surgery. But to say a woman is ‘genetic refuse’ because she decides to modify herself to better conform to the standards that most societies demand of them is a bit much. It’s stupid to say that you pretty much only value women for their looks, and then declare that women aren’t allowed to do anything to improve what they were born with in order to satisfy your gaze. If you want to limit your dating pool to the 283 women on the planet who are natural supermodels that’s your affair, but do you need to assign all other women to a lower genetic tier in the process?