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    Re: Wake-Up to Makeup: How women use 'false advertising' to trick men

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wombat View Post
    The problem is that to a large degree they can.
    And more importantly - quite often, they're encouraged to. Crossref the stuff on "girl game", where advice on ramping the allure to attract "high value guys" according to SMV. The MMSL stuff is a case in point.

    Although the blue-pill stuff is far worse.

    I suppose that the demisexual folks find it easier - but even then.. too much of a risk - as too many single mums, so not enough women without daddy issues. Which of course leads to...

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    Re: Wake-Up to Makeup: How women use 'false advertising' to trick men

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wombat View Post
    The problem is that to a large degree they can.
    Only to the shrinking pool of deluded men. The problem for them is that eventually the Tammy Faye Bakker syndrome sets in:

    “Associate yourself with men of good quality if you esteem your own reputation; for it is better to be alone than in bad company.” – George Washington

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    Re: Wake-Up to Makeup: How women use 'false advertising' to trick men

    Cult of Dusty's Pornstars without makeup video, he may be a blue piller, but he even knows.. to an extent.
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    Re: Wake-Up to Makeup: How women use 'false advertising' to trick men

    Note, btw, that the #1 aspect is making the eyes appear bigger, and a close second is covering skin blemishes. This is down to neoteny, which if you haven't encountered the word you totally need to google.

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    Re: Wake-Up to Makeup: How women use 'false advertising' to trick men

    you want "false advertising"???? have a look at "Overton v Budwieser"... no joke.. this is documented

    some taffer drank Bud Light thinking bikini-clad women from the commercials would appear for real... when they didnt, he sued Budweiser for "false advertising"... didn't win though... ("puffery" rules..)
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    Re: Wake-Up to Makeup: How women use 'false advertising' to trick men

    omg i didnt know that it was so bad!! :O

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    Re: Wake-Up to Makeup: How women use 'false advertising' to trick men

    seriously....
    If I want to see people (not just women) in heavy amounts of makeup, I'll go to the circus...
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    Re: Wake-Up to Makeup: How women use 'false advertising' to trick men

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wombat View Post
    The problem is that to a large degree they can.
    Agreed, Mr. Wombat.

    The problem for us is not only that they can, but they do it always.

    The other problem is that girls learn it very early in life while we as men
    are denied the same social environment unless they volunteer to make
    another girl like the ones on the left. Ugly makeup artists.

    Yet again, the solution appears self evident.

    Get out of her.
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    Re: Wake-Up to Makeup: How women use 'false advertising' to trick men

    Quote Originally Posted by Eiji View Post
    you want "false advertising"???? have a look at "Overton v Budwieser"... no joke.. this is documented

    some taffer drank Bud Light thinking bikini-clad women from the commercials would appear for real... when they didnt, he sued Budweiser for "false advertising"... didn't win though... ("puffery" rules..)
    Brother, you are so right.

    The only skill a woman has is false advertising.
    The only knowledge she can possess is how she feels.
    Everything else is irrelevant, unless you are in want.
    Everything else she can do is selling.
    Wheels within wheels.

    It always comes at a price.

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    Re: Wake-Up to Makeup: How women use 'false advertising' to trick men

    I am not religious, but I think it boils down to this:
    When God made the woman, he took a rib-bone from the MAN,and then created the woman,
    for he saw that the man was lonely, and bla,bla,bla.Women in general are only a shallow creature, when comparing her to the man.We are superior in all ways in life, and do not hide our real looks with makeup;(yeah,I know some guys wear makeup, but they aren't considered real men.....)As we all know, women do this to attracts, and seduce the male species;bu they are nothing but FAKE...;both looks and personalities.

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    Re: Wake-Up to Makeup: How women use 'false advertising' to trick men

    Quote Originally Posted by Eskorteprinsen View Post
    I am not religious, but I think it boils down to this:
    When God made the woman, he took a rib-bone from the MAN,and then created the woman,
    for he saw that the man was lonely, and bla,bla,bla.Women in general are only a shallow creature, when comparing her to the man.We are superior in all ways in life, and do not hide our real looks with makeup;(yeah,I know some guys wear makeup, but they aren't considered real men.....)As we all know, women do this to attracts, and seduce the male species;bu they are nothing but FAKE...;both looks and personalities.
    I'd like my rib-bone back. LOL

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    Re: Wake-Up to Makeup: How women use 'false advertising' to trick men

    all boils down to this.....
    "Deception is a Freebirth trait...." -- Clan saying, BATTLETECH
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    Re: Wake-Up to Makeup: How women use 'false advertising' to trick men

    In the restoration game, which I do daily, (restore fire & water damaged properties), or apartment (bad) painting, & even in auto body work, say fixing an old beater truck, we say "We're putting lipstick on a pig". I know you guys heard this before, it's old.

    Well, the before & afters show this CAN be done. That is indeed the best example of putting lipstick on..........you know.

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    Re: Wake-Up to Makeup: How women use 'false advertising' to trick men

    here's another guy who laments on "false advertising"... from today's "Dear Abby"..

    DEAR ABBY: I was divorced three years ago, and recently went on some dating sites to find a possible companion. All the women I met had posted photos that looked nothing like them. It was embarrassing.
    You usually meet in a public place, so the gentlemanly thing to do is continue the encounter, only to not follow up. It would be so much nicer if women posted a recent photo/selfie so that there would be no surprises at the first date.
    Case in point: I had a date with a lady whose photo showed her to be slim, with black hair. When she showed up she had white hair and she had gained at least 30 pounds. She recognized me from my profile photo, which was recent. Because I'm a gentleman, I made no mention of the discrepancy and made the most of our lunch.
    I think women would be wise to place a recent photo on their profile with the caption, "What you see is what you get." It would eliminate any surprises. -- DISAPPOINTED IN VERMONT
    DEAR DISAPPOINTED: I agree that there should be more truth in advertising, which is why I'm printing your letter. However, the same can be said for men who have also been known to fudge the truth about their height and weight, and whose photos feature them wearing baseball caps to hide their baldness. There will be a better outcome and fewer disappointments if the "moment of truth" comes before the meeting.
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    Re: Wake-Up to Makeup: How women use 'false advertising' to trick men

    I recently watched some clips on pornhub, and there was this chick, named cute Gianna, who was boned by a geek (if you type "fuck the geek", there's a whole series of clips of the same geek boning various chix). So, in the clip where she was boned by the geek, she looked quite cute as per description. But there are also other clips with her dildoing herself. What struck me was how different she was in other clips. And it dawned on me that the reason was she was with no makeup. Like a completely different chick, but you can recognize her... partly by her pussy lips. )))
    I hope this is relevant to the thread )).

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    Re: Wake-Up to Makeup: How women use 'false advertising' to trick men

    Funnily enough in an old corporate job I had about a year ago there was a young 20 something in the co-op at the back of my office. Alllover me like a cheap Burtons suit she was (I was in a suit 40-soemthing with money-just walked out of the smoked glass office skyscraper -£ signs in her eyes) some days she was caked in fakeup other days not.

    Dropped from a 9 to a 7 often the drop is even more extreme and more like a drop of 5 or 6 points.

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    Re: Wake-Up to Makeup: How women use 'false advertising' to trick men

    Haha, the Steve Carell / Vincent Furnier (Alice Cooper) one made me laugh
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    Make up constitutes fraudulent misrepresentation for the purposes of rape. There's no doubt about it, if men were doing it, it would have been criminalised as non-consensual long ago. The pussy pass in effect as usual.

    Any man who dates should take a woman swimming for first dates and make her dive to bottom of pool and back up, that should fix their lies. For everything else, there's bodycam (or just plain avoid them).

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    Re: Wake-Up to Makeup: How women use 'false advertising' to trick men

    Quote Originally Posted by cyberdude View Post
    This is how I look with makeup:

    Damn! I wish I could look that good.
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    Re: Wake-Up to Makeup: How women use 'false advertising' to trick men

    Careful guy's....sometimes make up can fool the best of us....


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