Friday, July 21, 2017

How dare he!


36 comments:

Thomas Smith said...

He should also ask how old she is and what her true hair color is.

Ransom Smith said...

Makes me think of an episode of The Office. Where Phyllis wants to set Michael up with one of her friends.

And all he asks is "could a rowboat support her."

OGRE said...

"hmm feisty? so shes not jolly or sassy? Not like a jolly sassy opera singer?"

Rick said...

To hashtag "double standard" is efficient. But she'll just think that's his opinion. If she even thinks that.
What's proved here, the lesson, is that he accepts reality and she doesn't.
She was raised this way -- to think what his desires (beauty) are wrong and immoral.
Our culture has become self-centered thoroughly.
Alone is no way to go through life.

Leandro Novaes said...

The shiv is asking "how 'heavy' are you" implying he already knows she is fat, and he only desires to know how much.

Michael Maier said...

Women...

sysadmn said...

Always a classic: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DDLYjIIXsAAetJN.jpg

Ransom Smith said...

OGRE

I love that you knew the line. +100

dc.sunsets said...

Fish where the fish are.

But don't expect to reel in Rainbow Trout where naught but carp swim, and even the prettiest Koi is still a carp inside.

Bob said...

I'm building a "Daughter folder", where I'm saving all these articles for femenists hitting their 30s and lamenting heh. Just in-case I have a daughter and need to hit her with a good dose of reality.

"Mid 30s and single, did I wait too long to settle down?" - (Vogue's professional slut):
http://archive.is/5wX9Y

"Men rarely catcall me any more. I hate that our culture makes me miss it" - (Jessica Valenti, Guardian)
http://archive.is/upmcL
http://media.breitbart.com/media/2015/07/IMG_5159.jpg - (Showing her hypocrisy lol)


Seriously have a good read, especially the first one. She even complains that her dentist "misled" her cause he didn't inform her he had a wife beforehand lol, (while doing his job..).

Funny how women complain about all the "creepy" men hitting on them when they're <30, and then >30 They're the creepy ones crazily clawing for marriage and kids with random men lol.

Matthew Morgan said...

In my experience, it's only fat girls who make a big deal (or any deal at all) about how tall their partners "should" be.

manuel hernandez said...

Bob:
Haven't read the whole Vogue article yet. But I got to the part about the "drunken brunches and emergency threesomes." I'm not even going to ask her to elaborate on the last one. But this here is why she's in her 30s and single. I mean, assuming she does somehow have kids, what can she say when they ask her "Mommy, what's an emergency threesome?"

Thanks, J. said...
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Thanks, J. said...

"Oui madame, how many cocks have been in your holes?"

Thanks, J. said...

"Not at once, no. In total how many. Ballpark it, whore."

Artisanal Toad said...

Given that male dominance is pretty much criminalized in the western world, I think it's reasonable to assume that height is being used as a proxy for the dominance they crave.

Kettle said...

@bob,

The Vouge womans life is the definition of pointless.

VFM #7634 said...

This exchange is yet another example of why online dating sucks.

Go IRL. Online dating might work if you're in your 20s, very good-looking, and over 6', but otherwise, IRL is the only way to go.

fiendeJ said...

@Matthew Morgan
Used as a way to preselect themselves out from being rejected by anyone but the tall, dark, handsome man, which all landwhales know only go for slutty bimboes anyway.

Bob said...

@manuel hernandez,
She's single atm as far as I know (With no kids), literally read that article to the end lol, just as she's sorta realising she's doing it wrong, she mentions RPSV'ing to orgies and freezing her eggs..

She does have an older article up from when she had a boyfriend, and she was complaining about him slut-shaming her lol. Presumably he left.

She'll realise at some point, probably >35 and say the change happened "overnight", without realising she's been working towards it her entire life and deserves no different.

Bob Loblaw said...

Go IRL. Online dating might work if you're in your 20s, very good-looking, and over 6', but otherwise, IRL is the only way to go.

I know a couple guys who found a wife online, and they're not male 10s. Maybe 5 or 6. What you do to find a wife and what you do to find a hookup are not the same.

Bob said...

From that article, relevant here:

"Essentially, we are far more discriminating in our 30s than we were in our 20s, which is both a blessing and a curse. We know more about what we want and what we won’t tolerate—but to a point where almost no one is good enough. I find myself having thoughts like, “I could never date him, he wears V-necks.” Or, “He was nice, but he sleeps in a mezzanine bed.” And this perpetual dissatisfaction is especially true in New York, where inflated egos are paired with incredibly high standards and the illusion of infinite choice. That cliché of thinking “someone better might be just around the corner” is real. But I keep turning corners, and I keep meeting finance guys with high cholesterol who just discovered Williamsburg. Sigh. Sometimes I think I should’ve picked someone when I was 25 and stupid, and then just made it work."

Height is an easy "disqualifier", but as this slutty bint says, they'll use anything really to try and tell themselves "he's not good enough, don't settle down". Amusing how they get so pissy about their weight though, something they can easily change with a bit of willpower and effort. Height is genetic, it's like saying "I don't like you, you have green eyes", sure it's a preference, but pointless pretending it's any more than that.

Feather Blade said...
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Feather Blade said...

it's only fat girls who make a big deal (or any deal at all) about how tall their partners "should" be.

Well, you don't want a fellow so scrawny that you break his legs when you sit on his lap...

manuel hernandez said...

@Bob

I have no daughters at this moment but if I do, I'm saving the Vogue article into a USB drive. If she ever asks me "Daddy, why do women get slut shamed?", I'll print it out, and not only will I make her read it, I will make it read it out loud.

Daniel said...

wasted a while reading the vogue article and some linked ones by same author. WTF dude is this woman being read by young girls? is this a role femenine model? wtf dude

Bob said...

Yup, pretty much all women's magazines are filled with shit like that.

They also get the agony aunt / sex / relationship advice spaces in such publications (and even MSM) stuff that girls all read. No wonder they're turning out like they are is it.

@Manuel
Exactly, that's what I'm doing. Every time I come across an article like this, where a previously rabid feminist / slut starts to realise she's changing, I'm saving the article and any-time a daughter is getting brainwashed by such cunts, I'll show her just what happened to the previous ones by following that same path.

So amusing they all feel as if the change happened "overnight" though. Really seems to hit them hard.

Save the Jessica Valenti one too about not getting any catcalls anymore as she gets older heh. Again instagram, dating sites and all the rest all naturally goes to a girl's head when she's getting literally THOUSANDS of messages / likes in an hour or two, and they all think that they're the only girl to be getting that attention because they're "special", and that they'll be getting it forever heh.

dc.sunsets said...

Semi-OT
I've reframed AG terminology from male dominance to male power, and it helps me make sense of a lot more.

My wife did not and does not look to be dominated. She did look for (and got) a bf and then husband who has power. Several things can qualify as power. The easy one is being big and strong, but like female beauty, it's only skin deep (and thus table stakes, nothing more.) Intelligence, social aptitudes, career potential & honesty (breadwinner & father qualities) come into play.

But as I see it, what decent women want is a package deal that amounts to a man who can wade through a crowd by leveraging his masculinity, persuasion & energy. That's the man she'll follow, and not because he drags her.

The saddest part is watching women who made bad, irreversible choices starting at 14-18, choices that permanently rendered their wife/mother suitability to zero, weep about the cesspool they made of their lives.

MPAI when it comes to understanding what choices to make at a pivotal time in life. Also, people who require lots of novelty in life are a bad bet for matrimony.

dc.sunsets said...

@ Bob, IMO the problem rests on our cultural devaluation of motherhood. Women are told every waking moment that bearing and nurturing the next generation is "beneath" living like a man with tits.

Even my stay-at-home-mom daughters-in-law are sensitive to things that denigrate "career women." That's how pervasive is the brainwashing.

Until our consumer culture obsession with status seeking reverses from this pathological apogee and it becomes more fashionable to seek spiritual wealth, parents face a daunting task.

Dexter said...

the problem rests on our cultural devaluation of motherhood. Women are told every waking moment that bearing and nurturing the next generation is "beneath" living like a man with tits.

And at the same time, moms are great and do all the work and should automatically get custody, the house, cash and prizes if there is a divorce...

dc.sunsets said...

Cash & prizes....
Just another iteration of heads she wins, tails he loses. In jobs, in admission to professional school, in family court, etc.
Obligations. Turning a blind eye to hers is a central plank of Leftist-feminist clinical insanity.

It won't survive the end of belief in unlimited resources.

Tatooine Sharpshooters' Club said...

@ Matthew Morgan -

"In my experience, it's only fat girls who make a big deal (or any deal at all) about how tall their partners "should" be."

In my experience, shorter girls are obsessed with their partners' height.

DaDZ said...

The Vogue broad does reference and quote Jordan Peterson. Seems like the slightest indication of a crack in the feminist facade. It makes me wonder, in their private moments, if women acknowledge the irreparable and devastating damage they've done to their own lives.

Wolfman at Large said...

Then there's the cock drop test. If you add up the length of all the cocks the woman has had inside of her and then drop the man form that height does he live or does he die?

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SJ said...

You're only going to find rats in the sewer. Maybe try searching somewhere else?

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