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Ass, Chill, and Fall: Like Page Oxfess 4 hrs #Oxfess26451 I am a DPhil student living in a house with two other male heterosexual DPhil students. We're all a bit infatuated with a single woman. She works behind the bar at a restaurant in Jericho (won't write details because we don't need any more competition). None of our female friends can understand why we're all infatuated with this girl. She's not a post graduate. She doesn't even study at Oxford. Hell, she doesn't actually study at all. She is decent looking, but there are plenty of very pretty girls around. The reality is that she just seems like a great person. She sits down with you and chats you up, and shows interest in you. She has a really cool life story, and has a kind of bliss about her that jaded Oxford students have lost. She can have normal conversations without trying to one-up you with obscure references to late Byzantine antiquaries that nobody cares about. She is not arrogant. She is just a lot more 'real' than most self-obsessed and nerdy students living in their own academic silos. In a kind of meta way, stepping back from it, this anecdote sheds a light on the atomized social reality of late stage liberal capitalism. 3 DPhils fall for a waitress who shows just a tad bit more humanity than everyone else who has their head so far up their ass they can't even chill and have a fun conversation. Damn. I should write an absurdist play about my life.. 0 0 81 35 Comments 1 Share Yikes. This has me seriously worried for this woman’s wellbeing.
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Birthday, Books, and Cats: Feminists: I'm a strong empowered woman who doesn't need no man Also Feminists: Cruel twist of fate for single woman who froze her eggs in her 30s to 'free her career Last year, with her 45th birthday looming and no sign of Mr. Right, Brigitte Adams excitedly unfroze the 11 eggs and selected a sperm donor MANHATTAN BEACH, Caf-Brigitte Adams caused a sensation four years ago when she appeared on the cover of Bloomberg Businessweek under the headine, Freeze your eggs, Free your career." She was single and blond,a Vassar graduate who spoke fluent Italian, and was working in tech marketing for a number of prestigious companies Her story was one of empowerment how a new fertility procedure was giving women more choices, as the magazine noted provocatively, "in the quest to have it all Adams remembers feeling a wonderful sense of freedom after she froze her eggs in her late 30s, despite the $19,000 cost. Her plan was to work a few more years, find a great guy to marry and stil have house full of her own children Things didn't turn out the way she hoped. In early 2017, with her 45th birthday looming and no sign of Mr. Right, she decided to start a family on her on. She excitedly unfroze the 11 eggs she had stored and selected a spern donor Two eggs failed to survive the thawing process. Three more failed to fertilize That left six embryos, of which five appeared to be abnormal. The last one was implanted in her uterus. On the morning of March 7, she got the devastating news that it, too, had failed Adarms was not pregnant, and her chances of carrying her genstic child had just dropped to near zero. She remembers screaming like 'a wild animal throwing books, papers, her laptop-and collapsing to the grouno Don't worry cats will always be there for you

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Birthday, Books, and Cats: Feminists: I'm a strong empowered woman who doesn't need no man Also Feminists: Cruel twist of fate for single woman who froze her eggs in her 30s to 'free her career Last year, with her 45th birthday looming and no sign of Mr. Right, Brigitte Adams excitedly unfroze the 11 eggs and selected a sperm donor MANHATTAN BEACH, Caf-Brigitte Adams caused a sensation four years ago when she appeared on the cover of Bloomberg Businessweek under the headine, Freeze your eggs, Free your career." She was single and blond,a Vassar graduate who spoke fluent Italian, and was working in tech marketing for a number of prestigious companies Her story was one of empowerment how a new fertility procedure was giving women more choices, as the magazine noted provocatively, "in the quest to have it all Adams remembers feeling a wonderful sense of freedom after she froze her eggs in her late 30s, despite the $19,000 cost. Her plan was to work a few more years, find a great guy to marry and stil have house full of her own children Things didn't turn out the way she hoped. In early 2017, with her 45th birthday looming and no sign of Mr. Right, she decided to start a family on her on. She excitedly unfroze the 11 eggs she had stored and selected a spern donor Two eggs failed to survive the thawing process. Three more failed to fertilize That left six embryos, of which five appeared to be abnormal. The last one was implanted in her uterus. On the morning of March 7, she got the devastating news that it, too, had failed Adarms was not pregnant, and her chances of carrying her genstic child had just dropped to near zero. She remembers screaming like 'a wild animal throwing books, papers, her laptop-and collapsing to the grouno Don't worry cats will always be there for you

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Birthday, Books, and Cats: Feminists: I'm a strong empowered women who don't need no man Also Feminists Cruel twist of fate for single woman who froze her eggs in her 30s to 'free her career Last year, with her 45th birthday looming and no sign of Mr. Right, Brigitte Adams excitedly unfroze the 11 eggs and selected a sperm donor MANHATTAN BEACH, Caf-Brigitte Adams caused a sensation four years ago when she appeared on the cover of Bloomberg Businessweek under the headine, Freeze your eggs, Free your career." She was single and blond,a Vassar graduate who spoke fluent Italian, and was working in tech marketing for a number of prestigious companies Her story was one of empowerment how a new fertility procedure was giving women more choices, as the magazine noted provocatively, "in the quest to have it all Adams remembers feeling a wonderful sense of freedom after she froze her eggs in her late 30s, despite the $19,000 cost. Her plan was to work a few more years, find a great guy to marry and stil have house full of her own children Things didn't turn out the way she hoped. In early 2017, with her 45th birthday looming and no sign of Mr. Right, she decided to start a family on her on. She excitedly unfroze the 11 eggs she had stored and selected a spern donor Two eggs failed to survive the thawing process. Three more failed to fertilize That left six embryos, of which five appeared to be abnormal. The last one was implanted in her uterus. On the morning of March 7, she got the devastating news that it, too, had failed Adarms was not pregnant, and her chances of carrying her genstic child had just dropped to near zero. She remembers screaming like 'a wild animal throwing books, papers, her laptop-and collapsing to the grouno Don't worry cats will always be there for you

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Birthday, Books, and Children: Cruel twist of fate for single woman who froze her eggs in her 30s to free her career Last year, with her 45th birthday looming and no sign of Mr. Right, Brigitte dams excitedly unfroze the 11 eggs and selected a sperm donor MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif Brigitte Adams caused a sensation four years ago when she appeared on the cover of Bloomberg Businessweek under the headline, "Freeze your eggs, Free your career." She was single and blond, a Vassar graduate who spoke fluent Italian, and was working in tech marketing for a number of prestigious companies. Her story was one of empowerment, how a new fertility procedure was giving women more choices, as the magazine noted provocatively, "in the quest to have it all. Adams remembers feeling a wonderful sense of freedom after she froze her eggs in her late 30s, despite the $19,000 cost. Her plan was to work a few more years, find a great guy to marry and still have a house full of her own children. Things didn't turn out the way she hoped. In early 2017, with her 45th birthday looming and no sign of Mr. Right, she decided to start a family on her own. She excitedly unfroze the 11 eggs she had stored and selected a sperm donor. Two eggs failed to survive the thawing process. Three more failed to fertilize. That left six embryos, of which five appeared to be abnormal. The last one was implanted in her uterus. On the morning of March 7, she got the devastating news that it, too, had failed Adams was not pregnant, and her chances of carrying her genetic child had just dropped to near zero. She remembers screaming like "a wild animal, throwing books, papers, her laptop and collapsing to the ground 58 Random Pictures Of The Day

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Advice, Bad, and Bored: Should I become a bad guy now? I'm tired of being a nice guy, nothing is working. Every girl hates me, disrespects me. Answereu Tah ago Gentleman, Jesus' post is exactly right. I suggest reading it and implementing his style into yours. As many of you know, who have read my posts before. I tell it like it is, and try extremely hard to help others with women especially the guys who have PM'd me for more personal issues. I wanna see every guy have the success I have getting laid by a ton of women over the years. In saving that. Attitude is everything men. Believe it or not, looks are only somewhat important to women. You sir, are too nice to women! They look at you as an easy target to exploit, cheat on, disregard like a used tampon to be thrown in the trash when they're done using you. It's unfortunate, it's the genuine nice dudes who get fucked over the most by women. Don't let females tell you any different. The women who cheated with me, it was almost always on nice guys with no balls Here's how you stop this right now. Stop giving a fuck. Adopt more of a "Fuck it" attitude. When women text me, I say exactly what I want or what I'm feeling at that particular time. If a chick hits me up,I respond with "What time"? They answer me back with "What"????? I say "What time you coming over tonight so I can give you multiple orgasms". Most chicks respond with "Lol" or "You have balls". Either way, it let's them know I'm not a pussy and you won't put me in friends zone. Don't like how I'm talking to, dont text me back then. There's another woman that does. And yes, I will be fucking her instead of you tonight. Obviously I take things a bit to the extreme, but you get the point. Women know I'm not a pushover from the gate, and I tell them exactly what I want. It's the attitude that separates you from other men, not your looks or how built you are. Again, my style doesn't work on every single woman. However, I promise you this. My way, will get you laid far more than your way. Chicks view me as an asshole or fuckboy, guess what? More times than not they still fuck me. Most women are bored as hell in their ever day life, present them with a little excitement. You will be surprised what they will do for it Found some "good" advice for niceguys
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