11 comments on “This is new?

  1. I may be getting this wrong Tim, but the article and website is such shite I can’t work out whether they are paying these guys to go into labour for them or (ahem) walk the dog.

  2. To be fair there is a UK site that seems similar. It has been around for over 10 years. News is sometimes slow to get to Portugal

  3. Not sure I entirely follow that but I would like to know why I am constantly offred a Russian bride . I look at Rugby Dump Conservative Home the Guardian oo this and that little blog

    How does that say lonely old desperate prat

    (Don`t answer that )

  4. I never get offered Russian brides either. I get offered Thai and Filippina ones instead.

    The Christian tradition was that the husband and wife gave themselves to each other without thought of payment. They took the inevitable consequences of that without regret as well. The Western tradition hoped to remove the Christianity from that and retain the ethics.

    Well, it is not working. Neither the Marxists or the Market work that way. Instead sex is becoming more transactional. Not so obviously for money, but the idea of “what’s in it for me” is clearly rising.

    These Russians have just taken it to the logical extreme. You want your light bulb changed, you offer sex. It is where we will all end up eventually.

  5. I’m not shagging a bird just for changing my light bulbs. She needs to be fit too – I don’t drop below 8s now, on account of why bother?

  6. Interested, the bargain is surely the other way round :you rewire her sockets, replace bulbs and fuses and, in return, she blows your nuts

  7. “The Christian tradition was that the husband and wife gave themselves to each other without thought of payment. ”

    The Christian tradition included arranged marriages & dowry’s, up until comparatively recently, SMfS. You do come out with some complete bollox at times.

  8. bloke in spain – “The Christian tradition included arranged marriages & dowry’s, up until comparatively recently, SMfS. You do come out with some complete bollox at times.”

    Actually the Christian traditional was firmly against arranged marriages and the Christian world is the only part of the world that did not habitually do it. They were not keen on dowry either. Neither is a pre-requisite for a Christian wedding. Sex is. So is consent.

  9. BiS

    SMFS is right on that. In the Catholic church, at least, arranged marriages and dowry requirements are both grounds for annulment and always have been. Didn’t stop the rich and powerful from insisting on it when it suited their dynastic purposes, but they couldn’t pretend that it was part of Christian tradition.

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