• Vajazzling, The Newest Threat To Your College Son

    March 5, 2010 7:33 pm 443 comments
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    Vajazzling is the latest threat to young men in college. At an alarming rate, female coeds are vajazzling their private regions to tempt young men into sex.

    There is a grave and sinister new threat facing our college sons nationwide. College girls are now “vajazzling” their privates with jewels in efforts to tempt our solid, young men into fornicating with them and having babies.

    Females are distracting young men from their studies, hindering their academic progress and dreams of becoming the doctors, lawyers and corporate executives of the next generation.

    Hordes of prowling college girls on campuses nationwide have vajazzaled private regions, hunting down smart, fit young men. Is your son prepared to resist this threat?

    In these hard times, male college students are more focused than ever on their studies and building lifelong associates, and references, by joining fraternities and other extracurricular organizations.

    This trend has caused females to resort to patently whorish methods in order to distract young men from their heart’s true desire in college: study and become successful.

    In the 1950s and before, things were much better on campuses nationwide. At that point in time, women were still more inclined to stay at home and raise a family, as nature intended.

    Colleges were the place where men of a proper background and upbringing would go, to further edify their academic savvy in a course of study to gain perspective, leading to professional status.

    This process was hindered during the 1960s, where a resurgence of liberal thought caused a massive flurry of atypical students to plague the university classrooms. Women could not only focus on study, however; short skirts, drunken sorority parties and constantly being in heat lead them to victimize their male counterparts, with sexual temptation.

    You see, parents, females instinctively desire to seek out a quality mate and tempt him to have children with her. We cannot fully fault college girls for being a victim of their feeble, near-sighted minds. It is innate to the XX gene-set.

    Even now, college females are relentless in their efforts to tempt, subdue and trap a mate. There is only so much a study-weary, homesick and naive young men can do against such odds.

    So that leads to today, where college female students are now “vajazzling” their private areas. They are adorning their erogenous suprapubic area with jewels, and then trying to tempt men to follow the sparkles right to a place where only the married belong. You get my drift.

    This behavior is nothing short of whore antics. I wish I could say I was surprised, but as should be known, it is rare to find a woman who does not have a cheating, slutty and whorish side to herself. This dangerous vajazzling trend is just another part of the downfall of America.

    Studies show that 60% of college graduates are now women, only 40% men. This is due to the fact that young men are being forced to drop out to take care of babies, while women get government assistance and can continue their degree course after having their babies.

    Parents, please warn your sons about these whores. And if you have a college daughter, at least talk to her and tell her to keep her antics to herself, not using her vajazzled groin in attacking young men at fraternity socials or at late night study hall meetings.

    ChristWire Media Exclusive: Vajazzling – New Threat For College Men
    Young college girls are vajazzling their private regions in efforts to tempt young men to mate with them and have children out of wedlock. These dangerous trends are exposing men to risks of fatherhood, STDs and even dropping out of school.
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