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Friday T&A: Leap Year Edition

by | Feb 28, 2020 | fat girl jihad | 10 comments

It’s Friday again, chaps, and normally this would be the very last day of February. But, because of an oddity of the Gregorian calendar and the slightly odd way in which the Earth rotates around its parent Sun, we have an extra day packed into our calendars this year, and so tomorrow is of course the Leap Day.

This does not, unfortunately, mean that we get an extra day off for the weekend. Much as I disagree with the Mayans about… well, pretty much everything, I do think that the Mesoamerican civilisations had kind of the right idea when they made their calendar 360 days long – and then simply tacked on an extra five days to the end of it ever year as holidays. Of course, their idea of “holidaying” meant “eating roasted human flesh seasoned with lime and chili”, so there was that little wrinkle…

And speaking of Friday, it’s time to present a hot classy(-ish) lady to get the weekend off to the right start.

This week’s selection is named Amanda Trivizas. She’s American, LA born and bred, barely 21 years old – her birthday is right around the corner on March 2, in fact – and claims to be of Greek and Ecuadorian descent.

Enjoy the weekend, gentlemen. The road ahead is long and fraught with peril, so rest up, get some good family time in, and pray often – and yes, I could certainly do with a good dose of my own advice. We’ll see you on Monday when the CRUSHING!!! resumes.

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Island vibes, dress appropriately

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10 Comments

  1. Kapios

    Well, if you wanted to meet a classy Greek girl forget about the Greek-Americans and go straight to Greece. Not to say they make for perfect wives, but you would find it hard to pin them into a certain category like Eastern European versus Western women (including all the Anglosphere).

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    • Didact

      I hear a lot of good things about Greek women, but their shithole economy means that they are likely to be just as voracious as Ukrainian women. And they have volcanic tempers to boot.

      That being said… the Greeks are a fun bunch. As long as they have enough ouzo, dolmades, and retsina, they're all good no matter what happens.

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  2. John

    This woman is hot too. One must praise Didact, as he consistently knows what type of woman is truly a 9.5 or 10. That means he knows that no 9.5 or 10 could ever be from India. In fact, even an 8 can never be from India. Even 7s are only on television.

    Sure, he is humble in stating that he spent many years outside of India. But millions of Indians who have spent decades outside of India nonetheless don't know the first thing about anything regarding SMV or female beauty. Hence, Didact deserves praise for evolving to a level of awareness almost impossible for an Indian born in India (including Indians who have been in the West for decades) to attain.

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    • Didact

      That means he knows that no 9.5 or 10 could ever be from India. In fact, even an 8 can never be from India

      About the closest that India has ever gotten is, perhaps, Aishwarya Rai from around 1995. And that is if one is in a generous mood while wearing beer googles. Compared with the most beautiful Russian or Colombian women of her time… nope, not even close.

      The main reason why Indian men don't understand much, as a general rule, about true female beauty, is because they've been brainwashed their entire lives by Bollywood and Indian media to think that their women are beautiful. They aren't. Western media has had relatively limited penetration in India – that's a VERY Good Thing, by the way, given how degenerate the West has gotten – and as a result Indian understanding of global beauty is likewise limited.

      Sure, he is humble in stating that he spent many years outside of India

      Well I've spent about 80% of my entire life outside of India, and I've dated both Russians and one Ukrainian. So I know a few things about traveling and dating that most don't – especially most Indians.

      Hence, Didact deserves praise for evolving to a level of awareness almost impossible for an Indian born in India (including Indians who have been in the West for decades) to attain.

      Thanks, I'll take that.

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    • Tom Kratman

      Nah, While Aishwarya is attractive from some angles, the best looking I have seen is Asin Thottumkal.

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    • Johnny

      Yes, but even the Indians who have been in the West for decades don't deprogram, and still are completely unaware that Indian women are unattractive. They also fail to grasp why Indians born in the West are more attractive, taller, etc.

      You should give yourself more credit, for simply having spent decades outside of India does not, alone, cure Indians. Otherwise, Indians who leave India should all be cured of this ignorance, and you would start seeing them point this out, instead of this blog being the ONLY place I know of where an Indian is red pill about the looks of Indian women.

      To be fair to Indian women, Indian men from India are also the rock bottom of SMV outside of India. From the stupid accent, to the skinnyfat physiques, to the comically low physical strength, they are ultimately on par with their own women.

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    • Didact

      the best looking I have seen is Asin Thottumkal

      Funny thing is, I'd never heard of her until you mentioned her – which just shows how out of the loop I am about the Indian film industry. In fact, she was mostly an actress in South Indian films, and that is a world unto itself with limited crossover into mainstream Indian film – never mind the international film scene.

      As for the lady herself, she was quite attractive back in the day. But she's about my age and has definitely hit the Wall now – which Indian women tend to hit much earlier than most other races with better diets, lifestyles, and genetics.

      Also – not to lower the tone or anything, but surely I can't be the only one who noticed that her name literally contains the words, "As In: Thot".

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    • Didact

      Yes, but even the Indians who have been in the West for decades don't deprogram, and still are completely unaware that Indian women are unattractive. They also fail to grasp why Indians born in the West are more attractive, taller, etc.

      I suppose in my case I left early enough to deprogram. I grew up surrounded by whites and East Asians and barely socialised with South Asians my age, with only a couple of notable exceptions.

      To be fair to Indian women, Indian men from India are also the rock bottom of SMV outside of India

      Pretty much. Very few of them bother to break out of that awful programming that they get from a young age. I've seen so many of them clustered together at lunchtime in the finance industry; in my entire career, I think I've met precisely one Indian guy who dated non-Indian women. (I think he was in a long-term relationship with a Dutch investment banker for 6 years and eventually married a Spanish woman.)

      It takes a lot of effort and work to get out of that trap.

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  3. Tom Kratman

    Haven't seen a picture where she had hit the wall, though, yes, her days are at least numbered.

    Now, you're not the only one to catch the "Thot." That said, since it's a last name, she really can't do much about it.

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  4. Tom Kratman

    Oh, and I believe she's a Thomasene Christian.

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