Times you gave up on the opposite sex (or same sex)

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Re: Times you gave up on the opposite sex (or same sex)

by rabidtictac » Sun Jun 18, 2017 2:49 am

Most deleted posts are from users themselves. That's how it has always been.

Re: Times you gave up on the opposite sex (or same sex)

by Kugelfisch » Sat Jun 17, 2017 5:04 pm

In that timeframe there were only two deleted posts by mods. Both were Russian hackers spambots. Otherwise, just posts deleted by users themselves but none in this thread. Most deleted posts were in the transfaggotry thread. Possibly people saying something and then being afraid the cyber police would have them v& for hate speech. :lol:

Re: Times you gave up on the opposite sex (or same sex)

by rabidtictac » Sat Jun 17, 2017 4:05 pm

I usually don't do anything at all unless I see a spambot. As intended. 8^)

Re: Times you gave up on the opposite sex (or same sex)

by VoiceOfReasonPast » Sat Jun 17, 2017 3:54 pm

Must've been a Russo-Korean cyber attack.

Re: Times you gave up on the opposite sex (or same sex)

by Kugelfisch » Sat Jun 17, 2017 3:53 pm

I took a look into the moderation logs up to April and couldn't find a single deleted post for this thread. Not by mod or user.

Re: Times you gave up on the opposite sex (or same sex)

by Pope Corky III » Sat Jun 17, 2017 4:30 am

Is it just me or were there 10 posts in this thread that got deleted (guest posts)?

Re: Times you gave up on the opposite sex (or same sex)

by sanicb00m » Fri Jun 16, 2017 9:01 pm

There's social retardation and then there's being too retarded to evaluate your behavior and adapt. I've had friends with dozens of cringey rejection stories like the OP's and they never wise up. They're committed to getting girls the "moral" way with the blind dedication of a zealot. They usually end up married to an ugly cunt and miserable.

Re: Times you gave up on the opposite sex (or same sex)

by rabidtictac » Sun May 28, 2017 5:27 pm

Some people are better friends than their friends deserve, if that makes sense. A lot of people get caught up in what they're doing and tbh, people only care about others SO much. As I said, with a few exceptions. People are mostly friends when it's convenient.

I guess that makes me cynical, but life isn't a novel and life keeps folks pretty busy. We're all, if not selfish to some degree (it's quite unhealthy to be an unselfish person, as that makes you a doormat and target for abusers), then "self-interested."

As for MGTOW, yeah the name sounds great, doesn't it? It's all individualism and self-discovery shit. Sounds like something you'd read on the cover of a self-help book sold on Oprah or some other fat cunt's daytime TV. Who knew it was actually supposed to be about black dudes avoiding obnoxious harpy welfare queens.

Re: Times you gave up on the opposite sex (or same sex)

by Auli » Sun May 28, 2017 10:52 am

Girls and guys being completely oblivious to blatant advances of the opposite sex.
That's my middle name.

I've had some moments, yeeeaaars later, where I was like "o:O fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck... she came on to me!"

And about friends; I've always been in a tight group of about 8ish people, one was a God in getting laid, Suddenly he got a girlfriend and I didn't see him for a year xD

I'm kinda socially retarded (think it's from all the time alone in hospitals) so I kinda don't see things at times with the opposite sex. I l.live in a small town where everyone knows I'm sick, so I always blamed that on why girls and women didn't really advance on me. I've seen myself as above average looking and I did exercise a bit in my late teens, but still nothing lol

And just one more thing about friends: I was in the hospital for 12 months and rehab for 5. Got visited by a friend twice, and the group of friends once, How depressing is that? I mean, I didn't really ask them, but come on. I remember one time my friend got some kind of seizure and was hospitalised. The day after I asked the friendgroup to go and visit and we all went the day after that, So it's not that hard... xD

Re: Times you gave up on the opposite sex (or same sex)

by Poonoo » Sun May 28, 2017 10:33 am

rabidtictac wrote:
Sun May 28, 2017 7:27 am
why would you look down on women for engaging in their own alternative lifestyles? Not to mention, it directly benefits men who don't want a relationship.
Fucking this. Being a MGTOW at it's core is being a bachelor, and if you are one in a traditionalist world you aren't getting any sex unless it's at a whore house.
rabidtictac wrote:
Sun May 28, 2017 7:27 am
Paul Elam tried to argue that any man "going their own way" could qualify as MGTOW, even married dudes.
He just wanted the label MGTOW. The MRA name was tainted and to the normies the words "Mens rights activist" sounds stupid since they feel like they/men already have rights. To them, they think it's like black people in the 50s when you say MRA, and since men can vote and all that they think you are retarded.

MGTOW though leaves a great first impression. "Going your own way" sounds great, the documentary Century of Self showed that marketing people found out that people like to think they are individuals and unique, even if they are just like everyone else. They would market products to people implying that it expresses your unique identity. The MGTOW name unintentionally is a great piece of marketing that won't scare people away, and Paul wanted that shit to be as vague as possible so he could rake in the fucking shekels.

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