That’s cute

They’re called Chaldeans now, are they? Quite why they’ve moved the 5,000 miles from Norks is unknown but then language does change.

16 thoughts on “That’s cute”

  1. Used to be a time when guys would get involved with left-wing issues because the totty was tastier. Amazing how that’s completely reversed. Getta MAGA hat & get laid.

  2. “Used to be a time when guys would get involved with left-wing issues because the totty was tastier.”

    I think the social scolds have switched sides. There’s middle/upper class charmless women out there who want to keep the charming working class girls down. So, they join organisations to oppress strip clubs, escorts, porn, bikini ads etc. Those organisations work with parties.

    Historically, they joined churches (moral majority, festival of light) and churches were more aligned with Conservatives and Republicans. But as religion has withered, they stopped having power. So, they took over feminist organisations (that were withering as they’d achieved their objectives), and created 3rd wave feminism.

    We got there earlier than the USA. The Conservatives have had more totty for a couple of decades. Who would you want a fivesome with? Liz Truss, Priti Patel, Penny Mordaunt and Annunziata Rees-Mogg… or Angela Rayner, Anneliese Dodds, Lisa Nandy and Rachel Reeves?

  3. Bloke in North Dorset

    I was told by someone who had read it that Chris Patten claimed in his autobiography that he only joined the Conservative students’ society at Oxford because the women were better looking.

  4. @BiS “Used to be a time when guys would get involved with left-wing issues because the totty was tastier.”

    Nope, it wasn’t because they were tastier. It was because they were easier. Because they were so malleable to be hoodwinked into believing that Marxism was the true and best form of politics, it would be easy to persuade them into bed.

  5. @SBML

    “Nope, it wasn’t because they were tastier. It was because they were easier.”

    Reckon there’s a lot in that, based on what strategies men have admitted to…

    “Because they were so malleable to be hoodwinked into believing that Marxism was the true and best form of politics, it would be easy to persuade them into bed.”

    Tbh I don’t think it was that. More that back in the day, chaps reckoned they were more likely to come across socially conservative, often Christian, young ladies at a right-wing do, and more likely to come across more sexually liberated women at a left/liberal do. Whereas these days, the left/liberal do is thought more likely to be full of gender theory/feminist/anti-patriarchy narratives that are rather less conducive to getting a shag, whereas the girls at a right-wing do are more likely to be straightforward about what they want (and their views about sex more likely to be comprehensible without an advanced course in critical theory).

  6. BiW

    “The tory totty was far hotter than the socialist hags when I was at uni in the 80s”

    Not so much a right/left thing, more a social one, but my Oxbridge college for undergrad was pretty evenly split between private versus state school kids. And there was a consensus among us state-schoolers that the private-schoolers were genuinely hotter, both male and female. A state-schooler bio student I knew put it down to genetics/breeding, but that seemed a bit of an inferiority complex on his part (one of his habits was rating everyone’s desirability on a 1-10 scale, with an interest in “mismatched” couples who represented a form of “win” for the lower-rated member of the relationship, and seeing if he could “outperform” his unduly low self-rating). The rest of us thought the posh totty just benefited from a bit more polish and confidence, physically better shape (often played a lot of sport and led active lives), culturally more sophisticated (this predated the age of cheap air travel so the ones with an “international” component to their tastes and social lives, and practical rather than schoolbook-acquired fluency in multiple languages, seemed a cut above) and they were usually far better-dressed than us plebs.

    Wasn’t invariably true that the left-right split copied the social axis, but there was a particular kind of upper middle-class, socially at-ease Tory who seemed to form the linchpin of much of the college’s social life, and every time the third-years left there seemed to be a fresh batch of first-years from the same mold to replace them. Suspect the parents felt they got full value from those school fees.

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