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Cold Comfort Farm Stella Gibbons (1932) That rare thing: a satire that seems to have lasted better than its targets, among them DH Lawrence, and the serious source material of the now all but forgotten novelist Mary Webb.
This earthy saga of Sussex rural life with Ada Doom, and the Starkadders including the lustful Seth, and the Church of the Quivering Brethren as experienced by the 19-year-old outsider Flora Poste continues to appeal to fresh generations.
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These women were so caught up in relaying their misinformation they didn't even bother to notice the uncomfortable reactions coming from the men in the audience.
As I looked around, I saw some of the male audience members cringing as they listened to the nonsense coming from these female "experts." These women were going on about how women can please their men by using candles, rose petals, aroma beads, and the like, until I just broke in and said what was on all the fellas' minds."Look ladies, men don't really like none of that stuff. If you want to please us, just give us oral sex and food."The men in the audience erupted into applause. One of the female panelists replied, "Well, some men like these sexual accessories." I explained to her that men will tolerate those accessories, because they don't want to do anything to kill the mood.
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