Hugh Hefner dead at 91

Players have no moral grounds to criticize other players. He got cheated on by his wife while serving in the army and his revenge was glorious -- to fuck the most beautiful and desired women of his time. The feminist bullshit came after his daughter took over the Playboy empire. His support of gays is natural because 80% of upper echelons in entertainment industry are gays.

From a hopeless romantic to a ruthless playboy.
 
Disco_Volante said:
Aurini said:
No legacy - no love - just endless hedonism which is never as good as the first time.

Yea I'm sure he was jealous of married people. Not everyone is wired for monogamy.
Maybe not, but I imagine the point about the hedonic treadmill is valid. When you're 40 having a couple of 9s compete to lick your ass every night is a thrill. But after 5 decades of it, how exciting can it really be?

I don't want it to sound like sour grapes, maybe he was very happy until the end. No one really knows. But my gut tells me that at 80 spending some quality time with your grandson and teaching him about life is better than threesome #4237.
 

zatara

Kingfisher
The PerSev said:
I don't want it to sound like sour grapes, maybe he was very happy until the end. No one really knows. But my gut tells me that at 80 spending some quality time with your grandson and teaching him about life is better than threesome #4237.

Hefner had four adult kids. I'm sure as a retired man of considerable means at 80 he spent lots of quality time with them. And then went back to banging hoes.

Hefner did life right. He tried the traditional henpecked American 9-5 in an office, married in the suburbs, lifestyle. But decided it wasn't for him, and instead devoted his life to setting up and running his own hugely successful business, while having lots of fun on the side. Its hard to find a better example of someone who chose his own independent life priorities and succeeded tremendously at them.

91 is a good old age though, I think most people would be satisfied with that.
 

Goldin Boy

Pelican
Aurini said:
The "Playboy" lifestyle is merely the homosexual urbanite lifestyle being repackaged with heterosexuality. No legacy - no love - just endless hedonism which is never as good as the first time.

According to (albeit questionable) reports, during his later years he'd need a dozen women in the room and gay porn on the TV to get off.

Define "legacy". Hefner is survived by four adult children, three sons and 1 daughter. Pretty sure he had millions in the bank and a magazine that still in publication. He was banging young tail until the end.

To me it sounds like he winning in every category of his life.
 

Papaya

Peacock
Gold Member
The PerSev said:
Disco_Volante said:
Aurini said:
No legacy - no love - just endless hedonism which is never as good as the first time.

Yea I'm sure he was jealous of married people. Not everyone is wired for monogamy.
Maybe not, but I imagine the point about the hedonic treadmill is valid. When you're 40 having a couple of 9s compete to lick your ass every night is a thrill. But after 5 decades of it, how exciting can it really be?

I don't want it to sound like sour grapes, maybe he was very happy until the end. No one really knows. But my gut tells me that at 80 spending some quality time with your grandson and teaching him about life is better than threesome #4237.

If you time manage properly you can do both
 

H1N1

Ostrich
Gold Member
Captainstabbin said:
Dude knew women, no doubt.

Other than that, I dislike just about everything he stood for. He pushed everything from socialism to feminism to gay marriage.

He also created the Hugh Hefner 1st Amendment Award for people who were courageous in standing up for free speech, was brave enough to give black comedians equal platforms at a time when most things were still segregated, and was by all accounts a man of great intellectual integrity. From what I can tell he was a champion of the individual.
 

JWLZG

 
:laugh:

For a forum dedicated to travelling the world and banging snatch from all four corners, is it not the height of mental masturbation to condemn, before the first wreath has even laid by the Playboy Mansion, that player of players, who created the empire of yestercentury that embodies the carnal desires of every warm-blooded straight man.

Let's face it, none of us will ever swim in the depths of pussy that he did, maybe that's what drives the moral crusadership of some of the posters here who are decrying the societal amorality that Playboy stood for. Who knows, before too long, someone will point out that Hefner was of (((them)))! :tard:

At the end of time, Hef, may the creators admit you into that eternal poosy paradise of the great beyond.

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CynicalContrarian

Owl
Gold Member
On a side note, how about this gem :rolleyes: :

While Bridget may not be as close to Hef as her former costar Kendra Wilkinson is, she stayed pretty neutral after fellow Hefner ex Holly Madison dropped an explosive memoir about her time in the mansion. Nonetheless, it seems Hugh has forgotten all about Miz Marquardt as she continued:

"He told me there was always an open door, but I heard that that's not quite true lately. I called and tried to go to the mansion earlier this year…but I'm just getting the run around."

Awkward! Perhaps the industry vet's 2012 marriage to Crystal Hefner has something to do with this tension? Who knows.
Still the 43-year-old's falling out with Hefner is nothing compared to her recent fertility struggles. During Monday's interview, the reality TV star opened up about how her multiple fertility treatments have failed. Apparently, Bridget and her man tried to get pregnant naturally and via IVF before thawing the eggs she had frozen years prior.

Sadly, Marquardt's frozen eggs didn't last as she admitted:

"None of my eggs survived. It was devastating for me. All this time I thought I had an amazing insurance policy, but it didn't work out."

What a heartbreaking situation. Although, the TV personality hasn't lost hope as she concluded:

"I thought I was doing the smart thing and the right thing, and I do still think it was. It just didn't work out for me."


http://perezhilton.com/2017-07-10-bridget-marquardt-has-not-seen-hugh-hefner-in-years
 

Icarus

Ostrich
Goldin Boy said:
Aurini said:
The "Playboy" lifestyle is merely the homosexual urbanite lifestyle being repackaged with heterosexuality. No legacy - no love - just endless hedonism which is never as good as the first time.

According to (albeit questionable) reports, during his later years he'd need a dozen women in the room and gay porn on the TV to get off.

Define "legacy". Hefner is survived by four adult children, three sons and 1 daughter.

Aurini attacked the glorification of the Playboy lifestyle, not Hefner himself. As Moldbug once wrote, "PUA" rhymes with "gay".

It is one thing to have a great wife, many great children and an army of younger mistresses on the side. However, the glorified Playboy lifestyle is eternal bachelorhood, which is not only utterly barren, but it also does not age well.

"To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven." [Ecclesiastes 3]
 
With publications from:

-Hunter S. Thompson
-Alex Haley
-Kurt Vonnegut
-Margaret Atwood
-Joseph Heller
-Gabriel Garcia Marquez

you better believe that my subscription to playboy was for the articles!

R.I.P. WWII veteran Hugh Hefner


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Turnus

Kingfisher
RIP Hef.

I first got to know you in 1983 coming across 2 issues of my grandfather's 1967 Playboy magazines. Those introduced me to a whole new world.
 
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