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Amazingly, women have absolutely no problem with exposing their relationship with men at the drop of a hat or should I say "Money". It is fascinating how men very rarely mention anything about their relationships, men like Clooney will toss any female who does, which they still apparently fail to comprehend. But we have the endless cycle of women "exposing" their inane behaviour for all to see and do not realise that their episode is just a constant source of amusement and hilarity. One does have to have a screw loose when they keep repeating the same problem over and over again like some mindless lemming whose dive off the cliff did not do what it was suppose to and goes back to attempt that again hoping for a better result..

I thought Dunce was an absolute pain in the arse in the Spiderman movies and it was just another "hero" movie to destroy that character as they have done with nearly all the heroes. They have refashioned them to be wimps and cow-towers to women who are sooo strong and in control of their feelings. The whole Hollywood propaganda machine has been exposed for what it really is. Designed to spread the feminist hate-fest and people are falling for it left, right and centre..
'I cried a lot over bad boys': Kirsten Dunst on break-up with Razorlight's Johnny Borrell
By Daisy Dumas
Last updated at 5:43 PM on 30th July 2011
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She's a top Hollywood actress, has dated some of the world's most desirable men and she is about to star in another hit movie. But Kirsten Dunst is as human as any of us.
Speaking candidly to Elle, the actress, 29, reveals that she 'has cried a lot over boys' and reminisces about her former flame, Razorlight frontman, Johnny Borrell.
She said: 'We all want the bad guy who doesn't give you what you want. I did a lot of sitting in my car, listening to sad music, crying over boys.'
Bad boy: Kirsten dated Razorlight frontman Johnny Borrell for seven months in 2007
So some rather succinct comments trying to interpret the female mind and thought process which is ofcourse mostly incomprehensible, apparently to both sexes..
If intelligence is defined as that which is centered around logical reasoning I don't see any reason that this shouldn't be true. When a woman creates drama she willingly decides to change her own emotions in order to try to be the center of attention. In most logical contexts emotional security (or even a sense of being noticed) is a short-term illusion thus women lack foresight, and the logic required to think of the universe they live in instead of themselves
She said: 'We all want the bad guy who doesn't give you what you want. I did a lot of sitting in my car, listening to sad music, crying over boys.'

So she's saying all women want a man who doesn't give them what they want in a relationship. Makes sense. How many guys would say about a woman they've been dating "She's a real bitch who doesn't have anything I want in a woman. She's perfect. What man could resist her?" Am I missing something or is Ms. Dunce psychotic?