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Posted: 17 Sep 20 23:36

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Results of a new study out by British Scientists prove that the more flamboyant a dancer a man is, the more women he gets. This flies directly in the face of the old thinking where if a man does anything that is described as flamboyant, he's not all that into girls in the first place. Regardless, the scientists from Northumbria University are standing by their findings. The data was collected a.....

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Posted: 18 Sep 20 00:32
That’s not a Peacock, that’s a fucking ring necked pheasant. At least it’s a male. Women have always leaned toward effeminate men, Pygmy dwarfs and miniature poodles because they feel safe. You don’t have a chance anymore if you are an alpha male

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