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James Franco’s text game was “solid,” says pickup artist Christian McQueen

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James Franco displays his charm

James Franco displays his subtle text technique

So at this point you presumably all know about James Franco’s less-than-successful attempt to text his way into the pants of a 17-year old fan — which, if it wasn’t just a publicity stunt for his latest movie, which happens to be about a creepy teacher preying on a student, was pretty creepy for real.

You might have been struck by the, er, bluntness his approach, which could be summarized as the “I’m James Franco, are you technically of legal age in New York State, can I get you alone in a room with me right now, no I’m really James Franco, really” technique.

But what you haven’t seen yet is an analysis of Mr. Franco’s TEXT GAME by a recognized expert in the field. And by expert I mean our new friend Christian McQueen, the Alpha Playboy with the Obviously Fake Name.

Mr. McQueen asks the timeless question: Was Mr. Franco’s TEXT GAME desperate or just direct?

To some it may seem like he’s being ‘thirsty’, but is he really? Or his text game actually the type of game that high value men use?

After going line for line through Mr. Franco’s conversational gambits with the wary teenager — which, you may recall, not only failed to convince her to come to his room but also created a bit of an embarrassing scandal for him — McQueen concludes that Franco’s game was …. “solid.”

No, really.

You see, when you’re James Franco, you can just go ahead and behave like some dude straight out of the CreepyPM subreddit, because you have “so many options, that [you] can go Ultra-Direct in [your] text game and many players who are on a great level utilize this.”

Don’t bother with small talk. Don’t bother with charm. All you need to do is state your famous name, determine if she is of legal age in the state you are in (and she was, in New York), and then proceed to work out the logisitics. And BAM, you’re in like Flynn. (Though one imagines that the real Erroll Flynn actually tried to work some personal charm into his approach with women.)

McQueen sums it up for us mere mortals:

[H]is ’game’ was not ‘thirsty’, but simply Direct. While not great, it was solid.

He is a celebrity, so it’s less about him using Game and more about him asking questions as though they are completing a transaction. She gets to fuck a celebrity and he gets her pussy. Simple.

Yeah. Except that none of that happened and now a guy who could have slept with any one of literally millions of enthusiastic volunteers over the age of 18 is now the poster boy for celebrity creepiness.

He could have been smoother and possibly gotten the bang, but he probably does not care.

Yeah. Unless this is all a publicity stunt, I’m thinking that he probably does care just a little bit now.

This is classic I Don’t Give A Fuck Game.

When your value is high and your time is precious, you don’t give a fuck if she rejects you. This is Next Level.

Well, if by “Next Level” you mean “an approach so crude and creepy that it not only squicked out the 17 year old fan that it was directed at but also millions of female fans who’ve now seen the texts online.”

He put out minimal effort to prove it was him, which was understandable considering she doubted it was him, and when she balked, he ejected quickly.

I guess he’s got a point here. It would have been even worse if Franco had stuck around and tried to pressure the fan to see him.

Remember gents, when your Game is tight and you have High Value, you can go Direct. Men of High Value don’t have time to be wasted. You may get rejected immediately, but you also won’t waste time with girls just seeking attention and validation.

You may, on the other hand, be exposed on the internet as a creepy predator. But I guess Men of High Value don’t care about that, which is why Franco didn’t go on Live With Kelly and Michael shortly after this broke to apologize for it all. Oh wait. He did.

Huh. That doesn’t sound High Value at all.

 

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Posted on April 5, 2014, in alpha males, creep-shaming, creepy, irony alert, men who should not ever be with women ever, misogyny, PUA, sexual exploitation and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 195 Comments.

  1. More like Alpha Playboy Fairytales.

    It’s times like this that I wish I knew a real “playboy” to debunk this shit. What these amateur wanna-bes can’t comprehend is that their disdain for women and their pathological and sophomoric need to punish all women because they’ve had their poor little feelings hurt gives them away. I highly doubt men living a real playboy life has to spend so much time coming up with faux game like these losers do. Then again, it’s all about fleecing other losers of their money now, isn’t it?

    “Addicted to the dick”?? Is this guy kidding? My grandmother was right. “If you’ve seen one you’ve seen them all”. Sorry, your dicks aren’t special and addictive.

  2. Based on these clues, I conclude that Professor McQueen did it with the blow-up doll in the conservatory.

    @Buttercup Q. Skullpants Love your posts; they always get a laugh out of me.

  3. @Cassandrakitty, yes oh my goodness so much.

    The amount of harassment when I wore school uniform vs. the amount that I got actually at the same age in my own clothes was a huge difference.

    And it was absolutely usually from older men, and the harassment that I witness my teenage cousins get (who are very much visibly underage) is huge.

    As well as the difference between being clearly a teenager and not being clearly one, these days, I get get virtually no harassment, except when I am visibly vulnerable in some way. So when I sprained my ankle and walked with a clear limp I got harassed and when I get harassment it always seem to correlate with my being ill and run down and looking it.

    So what I take from this, is that part of the reason men target visibly underage girls for harassment, is because they are perceived as vulnerable. They are easy targets who find it difficult to deal with sexual harassment and are not likely to yell or fight back or in any way present some kind of challenge.

    Men target teenage girls because they view them as easy meat, easy to manipulate because they are inexperienced, easy to scare into submission and they no that society will not castigate them for it because society hates teenage girls and suscribes to the “Lolita” myth that evil little sexual temptresses seduce helpless adult men who can’t possibly be blamed for wanting to have sex with them.

    The way society treats teenage girls makes me want to go on the rampage with a bloody big stick.

  4. Oh dog the attention I got when I wore my high school uniform outside of school grounds (complete with saddle shoes) was truly sickening.

  5. cassandrakitty

    Last time I got teenager-level harassment was when I was walking around all red-eyed and miserable looking because my cat had just died. Aren’t predators just lovely?

  6. Remember when David posted that old painting of a older guy creeping on a young girl on a train who WAS IN MOURNING?

  7. What I hate even more about “Lolita” is that anyone who thinks it’s a love story of a nymphet-seducer clearly never really read the goddamed book. (Though admittedly, it’s one of those books you have to read at least twice to get the entire story.)

  8. Yes to everything you said Cassandra. At 33, street harassment is still not rare for me. It’s nowhere near the levels of I got between 14-25. I was a late bloomer and looked underaged until I was 19 or 20. There was absolutely no mistaking me for an adult at 14 or 15.
    It’s really disgusting.

  9. David,

    Not sure if this is wise or not. But I did start writing again. So I offer some of the same synergy and symbiosis that you and I had in the past. However, given my experience of last August I set some ground rules in what I write and on how I will engage. I will not write about persons, especially “private persons”. And as the object of much personal attack, I refrain from ever doing so against anyone ever again. So I limit discussion to ideas, analysis, and interpretation of scientific papers, comment on articles in pop culture that I find in the web. Also my site has no comments, no monetization, no links to other sites for SEO. I write it. If people read it then fine. If not, then fine also. I am not trying to really forge a community and definitely not some sort of cult. I wish to stay on the high road as much as possible given the nature of the subjects I write about.

    So if you wish to proceed in this sort of manner, let me know and I can give you link to something you can read.

  10. … Wow. Well, personally, I wish you the best Mr. Minter, and I hope you enjoy your writing.

  11. I’ve always wanted to run this question past a roomful of women from a variety of backgrounds. How many of you found that the really aggressive, scary sorts of harassment and attempts to get you to do sexual things that you had expressed no interest in at all dropped dramatically as soon as you were visibly an adult?

    Well, it took till a few years after I’d graduated uni with my first degree because I had a baby face, but yes, it dropped off when I was in my mid- to late 20s. And I don’t bash myself with the idea that it had anything to do with my looks dropping off around then, because they didn’t. Right around the time that I became more worldly-wise and self-aware, and especially once I learned self-defence, it dwindled away to almost nothing. And I didn’t miss it, because unwanted sexual advances are frankly fucking SCARY.

  12. Always, keep a consistent Shit Game

    And when you get blocked, introduce roughage.

    I think we have the makings of an e-book here.

    I recommend the red pill. Usually produces bowel movement within 6-8 hours:

    http://www.everydayhealth.com/drugs/colace

    I highly recommend it to Christian McQueen. His “writing” sounds horribly constipated.

  13. Wow, the actual Christian McQueen took time off of dispensing dick in a Skinner Box to engage in the wittiest of repartees (that he can manage)!

    What a fucking tool. And, like always, “deep conversion” (Jesus, could you come up with a name that sounded *more* like Winston’s punishment at the end of 1984?) reads exactly like a manual for an abusive relationship.

    Keep it classy, you worthless PUA sacks of shit and hair.

  14. Lol, for some reason, when I re-read “sacks of shit and hair”, in my head it gets the intonation from that line in The Cider House Rules, “you kings of New England”

  15. Why do I get the feeling anyone following Mr Remedial English Class, Stat’s style tips would end up looking like this creep:

    http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2014/04/05/hannity-guest-women-spring-breakers-are-human-garbage-whose-parents-dont-love-them/

  16. @tealily

    It’s times like this that I wish I knew a real “playboy” to debunk this shit. What these amateur wanna-bes can’t comprehend is that their disdain for women and their pathological and sophomoric need to punish all women because they’ve had their poor little feelings hurt gives them away. I highly doubt men living a real playboy life has to spend so much time coming up with faux game like these losers do. Then again, it’s all about fleecing other losers of their money now, isn’t it?

    I know a real “playboy” as he’s my partner’s boyfriend. He averages a huge amount of sex per night and has multiple girlfriends and has been doing a lot of group sex with multiple women as of late. So all the things that the PUA crowd masturbates to.

    And how did he manage this amazing level of “skill in the game”? By being a respectful conscientious lover, having a strong feminist belief in consent, and forming honest polyamorous relationships where everyone in his poly circle has full reign to find the relationship dynamics that work best for him.

    In short, by doing the exact opposite of what is preached in the game. And I know a bunch more people in the general kink scene who have a long list of play partners for exactly the same reason. Being feminist and building a reputation for absolute respect for consent and demonstrating that by valuing not only stated boundaries but boundaries that are not explicitly consented for.

    Cause it turns out that women are people and like playing and having sex with people who are fun and respectful rather than creepy and manipulative.

  17. Let me break this down. Who holds the sexual ‘power’ between men and women? The women, correct? They are the gate-keepers to sex. This is a universal ‘truth’.

  18. My harassment dropped off significantly when I got out of pubic school. That doesn’t mean it stopped. I had a stalker in college. I was sexually harassed at work, by a younger, more fit, man who had an amazing, smart, talented, beautiful, young girlfriend*. He knew I was married. He also harassed lesbians. He treated his female coworkers like a personal harem. Most of us flat out hated the dude.These guys aren’t skeevy because they have no other options. They are skeevy because they get off on being skeevy.

    I quit the job. The higher ups basically said, “Boys will be boys”.

    He currently works with all the teen volunteers.

    *That awesome chick dumped his skank-ass, btw. Like I said, she’s smart.

  19. These doods do not understand how behavior modification works. Not only is the way they are trying to utilize it unethical. It’s wrong. They don’t even know how to do the thing they claim to be experts at.

    It’s just fail after fail. It’s failseption.

  20. I love that he says that women are the gatekeepers of sex right before telling men to be the gatekeepers. So he acknowledges that men are just as capable as women of refusing to have sex with someone, but women are still the gatekeepers because…?

  21. If they want to commodify sex, why don’t they just pay for it? That’s reliable sex with a willing partner who is happy to have no-strings-attached sex.

    Because, it isn’t about sex. It’s about power and the ability to use it to harm others.

  22. leatapp:

    I quit the job. The higher ups basically said, “Boys will be boys”.

    He currently works with all the teen volunteers.

    WTF. “Hey, this guy is sexually inappropriate and harassed his female co-workers. I know, instead of disciplining/firing him, lets put him in a position where he has access to teenage girls who, due to their youth, are the most vulnerable and the least likely to have the tools, confidence and life experience to be able to deal with this guy (because its painfully obvious that no one in the company is going to deal with him).”

    And yes, creepers and harassment fell off as I got older. Weirdly, now, I mostly get it at work (from patients, not co-workers). Not vey often, but enough to make me scratch my head over it. Scrubs are probably the least sexy clothes anyone could possibly wear.

  23. Poor widdle Christian can only reach the low hanging fruit. He can only respond to David’s hilarious post mocking Christians stupid as fuck site with, “Hurr, you’re fat”. Bless his shriveled black heart, that’s as witty as he gets.

    Are you killing? That was a brilliant neg and now David has to have sex with him.

  24. I’d say these guys are the addicts. They’re hooked on the idea that they can use sex to get power over women and keep them coming back for more, forever. They haven’t learned yet that it just doesn’t work that way, and that a woman is more apt to get sick of their shit and leave their sorry asses in the dust if they try it than she is to come back crying for a second chance. No guy who messed my head around EVER got me coming back for more. It didn’t matter how badly I wanted him — and, as it turns out, I never wanted anyone THAT badly. Even when my self-esteem was shot, I didn’t go back to him for a love fix; I ended up hating him for messing with me, way more than I despised myself for getting messed with. Because even naïve young things who are desperate for love have their limits.

    Fucking us over is a sure way of finding out how poorly we react to the idea of “having competition”. I don’t compete for guys. I figure that if he’s with someone else, he’d rather be with her, and therefore, I’m done with him — she’s welcome to him. I don’t share, and I don’t play games. And I’d rather die alone than coddle a walking ego’s vanity. There is simply no such thing as a dick worth craving, because dicks are just meat. And if the person attached to them isn’t decent, what’s the fucking point?

  25. I’ve heard about him doing the same thing with extras on set. It was very sad to find out that he would invite woman over and proceed to jump them. I really thought he was one of those interesting and intelligent type celebrities. Oh well.

  26. For me, too, the harassment dropped off nicely, once people read me as an adult in my mid twenties. But last year, at 31, I hurt my foot and had to waddle around with crutches; and there they were, back as ever. Yes, in my experience, it is absolutley about power.

  27. Buttercup Q. Skullpants

    tealily – thanks! I enjoy your posts, too. You always have great insights.

    PUAs would probably argue that the harrassment wanes because girls peak between 15 to 18 and then wither into raisiny hags. However, at around the age I stopped being attractive to creepers, I started being attractive to regular guys my own age.

    I remember getting slimed at my locker in high school by the women’s tennis coach. He seemed ancient, though he was probably only in his late thirties/early forties. There were rumors about him, but I never believed them until the day he materialized next to me in a deserted hallway and started verbally appraising my body in weird flowery Song of Solomon language, starting with my “swanlike neck”. Luckily I was able to make an excuse and get away, but it gave me the willies. In retrospect I wish I’d said something, but I was too unsure and confused by it.

    The year after I graduated, there was a scandal involving an away tennis tournament, three players, and a hot tub. He was either fired, or forced to resign. I’m sure he found work elsewhere, giving adolescent girls tips on their overhand slice and comparing their breasts to twin white does grazing on the slopes of Mount Abora. Men like that always know how to stay two steps ahead of the tar and feathers.

  28. The only harassment I remember as a teen was from a boy at school – nasty, physical stuff, but it stopped the minute I told the deputy head about it. I’ve had very little over the years since, and in each instance it was at work, and again, stopped when I told my supervisors.

    Tahina – I wondered what to expect when I had to start using a walking stick, but surprisingly I haven’t had any harassment I’d attribute to it (and remarkably little at all, doubtless because of my age). It didn’t happen when I was walking very slowly because my knee was so bad, and doesn’t now that I’m able to walk normally again. Maybe the “try it and you’ll get intimately acquainted with this stick” thought rays are getting there. ;)

  29. I’ve always wanted to run this question past a roomful of women from a variety of backgrounds. How many of you found that the really aggressive, scary sorts of harassment and attempts to get you to do sexual things that you had expressed no interest in at all dropped dramatically as soon as you were visibly an adult?

    I only recall one incident of anyone showing a sexual interest in me before my first boyfriend at 17, and that was a boy close to my own age when we both pre-teen. But I was very much a late bloomer, and a tomboy. I also grew up in a small town. I don’t know if that made any difference.

  30. *Also nerdy/dorky. Perhaps that repels adult creepers as well as schoolboys.

  31. “Maybe he found someone prettier?”
    • “Did I really please him sexually last time we had sex?”

    They really believe women think like that, huh? I mean, seriously? Just because a dude says he doesn’t want to boink one night? My thought when casual partners or boyfriends weren’t up for it was to take them at their word because sometimes people just aren’t in the fucking mood. It happens.

    I’ve always wanted to run this question past a roomful of women from a variety of backgrounds. How many of you found that the really aggressive, scary sorts of harassment and attempts to get you to do sexual things that you had expressed no interest in at all dropped dramatically as soon as you were visibly an adult?

    Well, the whistles and catcalls pretty much stopped about a year ago (I’m twenty-six), but I still get creeped on a lot. I think I get perceived as being several years younger than I am, though, mainly by older men.

  32. Oh look, it’s Minter (here in this thread):

    David,

    Not sure if this is wise or not. But I did start writing again. So I offer some of the same synergy and symbiosis that you and I had in the past. However, given my experience of last August I set some ground rules in what I write and on how I will engage. I will not write about persons, especially “private persons”. And as the object of much personal attack, I refrain from ever doing so against anyone ever again. So I limit discussion to ideas, analysis, and interpretation of scientific papers, comment on articles in pop culture that I find in the web. Also my site has no comments, no monetization, no links to other sites for SEO. I write it. If people read it then fine. If not, then fine also. I am not trying to really forge a community and definitely not some sort of cult. I wish to stay on the high road as much as possible given the nature of the subjects I write about.

    So if you wish to proceed in this sort of manner, let me know and I can give you link to something you can read.

    Well, that’s awfully cordial of you. Or maybe I’m too high to notice any possible silliness in your comment.

  33. They really believe women think like that, huh? I mean, seriously? Just because a dude says he doesn’t want to boink one night? My thought when casual partners or boyfriends weren’t up for it was to take them at their word because sometimes people just aren’t in the fucking mood. It happens.

    Perhaps part of their ‘game’ is to reinforce a “always wanting sex” persona at first, so that when they say they’re not interested it is a suspicious anomaly. It’s not like they present themselves as well rounded individuals with such beta things as a personality or hobbies.

  34. cassandrakitty

    Seems like Minty is looking for friends, or at least people to talk to, since his former buddies kicked him out of the treehouse.

  35. take them at their word because sometimes people just aren’t in the fucking mood.

    Literally. :D

  36. Yuuuup x10000.

    The minute I turned 18, all the 30yro guys who used to hover around me offering free alcohol disappeared and people stopped telling me that I looked sooo much older than I was or that I was “really mature” for my age (both of which have always been total BS – I’m petite, have a babyface and bratty mannerisms ). Aggressive sexual harassment from strangers was worst when I was 13/14. I sometimes get catcalled or have people mistakenly try to solicit me, but I don’t get much of the overtly threatening shit I used to. And no, it wasn’t because teenaged girls are more “nubile” and naturally appealing to men – I get hit on a lot more now, but by more age appropriate and/or attractive men.

  37. Yuuuup x10000.

    The minute I turned 18, all the 30yro guys who used to hover around me offering free alcohol disappeared and people stopped telling me that I looked sooo much older than I was or that I was “really mature” for my age (both of which have always been total BS – I’m petite, have a babyface and bratty mannerisms ). Aggressive sexual harassment from strangers was worst when I was 13/14. I sometimes get catcalled or have people mistakenly try to solicit me, but I don’t get much of the overtly threatening shit I used to. And no, it wasn’t because teenaged girls are more “nubile” and naturally appealing to men – I get hit on a lot more now, but by more age appropriate and/or attractive men.

  38. cassandrakitty

    Exactly. It’s not that sexual attention goes away or decreases when you become an adult, despite what PUAs would like you to believe. It’s just that the really obviously predatory attention tends to decrease, leaving you with proportionally more of the kind of attention that you might conceivably welcome.

    I’m guessing I don’t have to spell out for anyone here what the fact that PUAs believe that sexual attention in general vanishes at the point at which many of us are observing that the creepy, scary, predatory attention tends to decrease (and the good kind of attention either stays the same or increases) means about the men who hold that belief.

  39. Buttercup Q. Skullpants

    Or they think about non-creepy, non-predatory men. Along with women over 25, men who like/respect women are also invisible to PUAs. Heartiste, for example, constantly dismisses men in LTRs as “herbs”, “omegas”, and “manginas” and pretends like they don’t count, when in fact they’re the ones moving the world forward. Partnered men build things of consequence: households and families and social networks and lasting bonds. They don’t just spin their wheels endlessly on a series of bleak bar pickups. Adult relationships are beyond PUAs and always will be.

  40. Buttercup Q. Skullpants

    *Or what they think (left out a word up there)

  41. Buttercup – yeah, that was my first thought. These scumbags are willfully blind to actual happy relationships of whatever combination.

  42. Yep, basically these scumbags despise anyone who isn’t living their lifestyle. People in LTRs, people netween relationships, people who don’t want relationships but enjoy happy consensual sex with whatever number of partners, asexual people, basically if you’re not a het man pursuing PiV sex with the maximum number of women for bragging rights, they believe you are contemptible.

    The feeling is mutual.

  43. cassandrakitty

    The thing is though, they’re not actually living their lifestyle either. It’s a bunch of dudes sitting around in their lonely apartments telling each other tall tales about imaginary women who think their cocks are class A drugs.

  44. That’s actually quite true. While I still get creeped on a lot (and as I mentioned, mostly by much older men), I have to say positive sexual attention has increased a ton in my adulthood, whereas when I was an adolescent and younger, pretty much the only sexual attention I got was predatory.

  45. PUA blogs are erotic fiction designed to make the reader feel bad. If you’re a normal person, you weep for humanity and the lost souls of innocent sentences. If you’re a PUA wannabe, you feel jealous and inadequate because you weren’t out at a bar dazzling blonde international studies majors with your superior command of Crimean ethnic history.

    They’re such a small minority, and yet they expend so much energy dissing the rest of the world as an aberration. I guess it’s part of the fantasy of being on top of the pyramid. If their grapes were any more sour, they’d be fluoroantimonic acid.

  46. I’m guessing I don’t have to spell out for anyone here what the fact that PUAs believe that sexual attention in general vanishes at the point at which many of us are observing that the creepy, scary, predatory attention tends to decrease (and the good kind of attention either stays the same or increases) means about the men who hold that belief.

    Nope…I’ve learned to recognize certain stock phrases like “demonizing men’s sexuality”, which always crop up right when rape, harassment and the like are being discussed. The fact that these guys conflate “male sexuality” with harassment and assault is very telling indeed. As is the use of “mangina”, etc. for men of non-toxic masculinity. These guys are clearly the predators’ lobby, and they’re oh-so-offended when anyone names the problem, and diagnoses it back to THEM. If it’s a woman like me, she’s a castrating ugly lesbian bitch; if it’s a man like David, he’s a “white knight”, “mangina”, fatty-fatty-two-by-four. All of which only underscores the fact that these guys are abusers, and they resent any efforts to stop the abuse, even if it’s just a very tentative dialogue to expose the problem in the first place.

  47. While I still get creeped on a lot (and as I mentioned, mostly by much older men), I have to say positive sexual attention has increased a ton in my adulthood, whereas when I was an adolescent and younger, pretty much the only sexual attention I got was predatory.

    This sounds SO familiar! I very rarely get creeped on now, but I get all kinds of really nice attention from guys who are not only age-appropriate, but even significantly younger than me. And I’m in my mid-40s. So much for the PUA myth that a woman’s looks and ovaries just magically dry up at 25 (or 18!)

  48. PUAs believe that sexual attention in general vanishes at the point at which many of us are observing that the creepy, scary, predatory attention tends to decrease (and the good kind of attention either stays the same or increases) means about the men who hold that belief.

    The only sexual attention that counts is from them, don’t ya know. If you don’t accept PUA love, you’ll be forever alone.

  49. @tealily:
    Actually you pretty much nailed it. My last ex was pretty wild and we went through a very long stage where we were polyamorous. My first exposure to the game was actually in this period, because the two of us thought it might help us find third parties interested in participating.

    Surprise surprise, guess whose system is fuckin useless the second there’s actually a woman involved and heteronormativity is out the window?

    The sad part was, reading the actual book, “The Game”, and these dipshits spend the whole time chasing a FFM threesome like it’s the holy grail, but if you actually have a woman who is LOOKING to do it, suddenly all their shit is useless. It’s really telling.

    Real playboys understand consent and prefer their partners to be enthusiastic.

  50. How many of you found that the really aggressive, scary sorts of harassment and attempts to get you to do sexual things that you had expressed no interest in at all dropped dramatically as soon as you were visibly an adult?

    Well, I’m a trans guy, but I noticed that the harassment dropped precipitously after I left college. When I hacked off hair and tits, it pretty much vanished, even though I was still read as female the majority of the time. When I was on hormones and started being read male more often, it was pretty much gone.

    Now that I’ve been off hormones for a year, it’s coming back again and I’m like NOOOOO!

    As for how the playboys do it, my husband was never wealthy, but he was quite the banger back in the day, before ending with me. Most notable was the time he ended up the rebound guy for an entire freakin’ bar. Pretty much, he was cordial and friendly and looking for one-night stands, word got around that he was a good lay, pleasant to be around, and good about safer sex, and suddenly he was man of the hour. He’s not poly, but he was definitely in demand for a while there! It helps that my husband’s good with social skills and very good at making folks feel at ease.

  51. Wow. I’ve always been underwhelmed by Franco, but I thought his character in This is The End was a caricature. I guess he really WAS playing himself. I’m glad Emma Watson carried an ax when she was around him.

  52. I don’t see the problem. How is he creepy? He is grown and she is legally grown in his state. She seemed enthusiasthic about doing it. I guarantee given the chance, she would have. Also, how is he the poster boy of celebrity creepiness? From what I see no woman is holding that against him, and are still swooning over him.

  53. Blahface: You don’t see a problem with or anything creepy about a 35-year-old trying to have sex with a 17-year-old?

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