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    The flying fish swim from the bottom of the ocean then jump out of the water and literally touch the sky, but before they return to the water, they are attacked by a flock of sea gulls who either try to eat them or try to capture them and bring them to a fish store where they could be sold as pet fish, but secretly those pet fish are sent to the government where they are trained to be an elite force of secret agent animals who are sent on dangerous missions across the world. the name of this division of the government that trains these animals is called W.T.F. an organization who works closely with the animal kingdom which is an actual place that exists at the center of the earth where many undiscovered animals called Cryptids live, and once every 24 hours after the earth makes a complete rotation there is a loud ringing sound created by the magnetic field that surrounds the planet and it can only be heard by crickets which is why the make that "cricket sound" which is also means that the crickets are trying to communicate with the with the moon bears on the moon, who are planning to build a spaceship to fly to earth so they can coexist with earth bears and then combine the two species and make a population of moon/earth bears that will have silver fur, black wings , golden claws, red eyes, long fury tails, and shiny razor sharp teeth. After the plan to make this species of" AWESOME" bears. the moon bears will migrate to a planet where they will claim as their own and they will also use the technology that they stole from the humans and become the 4th most advanced civilization in the galaxy.
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    Re: I tried love, I tried relationships, I tried companionship and this is what I learned

    Been there, done that.
    "Don't follow in my footsteps. I stepped in something."

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    Re: I tried love, I tried relationships, I tried companionship and this is what I learned

    Before I went monk, I was pretty much pump-and-dump with a few exceptions. I spend part of my teen years as a "boy toy" for older women, some of them where married I was stunned to find out later.

    I've been trying out going Monk for a year and I am perfectly happy with it for now. As I see it, the best choices are pump-and-dump or go monk.

    Frank V.

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    Re: I tried love, I tried relationships, I tried companionship and this is what I learned

    I just experienced another Deja Vu...Thanks a lot, Uly..

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    Re: I tried love, I tried relationships, I tried companionship and this is what I learned

    Have a browse at female online dating profiles and see if you can find even one where the woman's profile description states something she can bring to the table to make the man's life better.

    It just doesn't happen. They are pretty much all self centred entitled snowflakes. It amazes me that men still date them at all, let alone marry them.

    But if those women don't manage to have children, slowly but surely their entitled genes and attitude will be removed from the gene pool.

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    Re: I tried love, I tried relationships, I tried companionship and this is what I learned

    Uly

    Years ago, I helped one of my girlfriends out. I paid for all her driving lessons, 3 tests and even gave her half of the costs towards a low priced car. (Her dad paid for the other half)

    Fast forward, the relationship ended. She was then using her new found 'freedom' (that I'd provided) to drive 400 miles every weekend to get banged by a complete half-wit.

    Although that cost me a lot of money all-in-all - and pissed me off at the time....I now consider it a cheap, yet extremely valuable lesson.

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    Re: I tried love, I tried relationships, I tried companionship and this is what I learned

    I saw the flames before the fire, smelt the smoke before the matches, and saw the ashes before the inferno.
    It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society." - Jiddu Krishnamurti

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    Re: I tried love, I tried relationships, I tried companionship and this is what I learned

    What I have found is that casual dating probably is better than LTR, because you know it is going to end soon. I do not know why people even bother with LTRs these days because casual dating isn't that much better to be honest.

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    Re: I tried love, I tried relationships, I tried companionship and this is what I learned

    Great post Uly, the facts kinda crawled under my skin, that's how you can tell it's a good post! Makes me wanna sit on the group W bench!

    https://youtu.be/b0a6iWHSWbA?t=26

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    Re: I tried love, I tried relationships, I tried companionship and this is what I learned

    Quote Originally Posted by Azure Nomad View Post
    What I have found is that casual dating probably is better than LTR, because you know it is going to end soon. I do not know why people even bother with LTRs these days because casual dating isn't that much better to be honest.
    LTRs are great for women because they think they have you locked in !
    And, in a real sense, they are almost right. There are millions of simps who will act like they are locked in.

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    Re: I tried love, I tried relationships, I tried companionship and this is what I learned

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank V. View Post
    LTRs are great for women because they think they have you locked in !
    And, in a real sense, they are almost right. There are millions of simps who will act like they are locked in.

    Frank V.
    I've been in an LTU for 21 years! (Long Term Understanding)

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    Re: I tried love, I tried relationships, I tried companionship and this is what I learned

    I feel this. At 23, I took my then girlfriend on a 3 month trip to Australia, using my life savings. We were from the UK. Just a week or two into the trip, we went out drinking with a group, and got separated somehow. I went back to the hostel alone and waited for her. She came back late at night. The following day she confessed she cheated on me that night. I forgave her. For 5 years I gave her so much and helped her with everything. Then one day, out of the blue, she left me, with no real explanation. Still owing me thousands, and when she moved out she took everything I gave her, even some artwork that we shared. I guess it was like a micro-divorce. The betrayal was, and still is, unbearable after all I had put into the relationship and sacrifices I had made over the years. The irony is, though, that in hindsight, she did me a favour. Perhaps the biggest favour of my life. I was MGTOW subconsciously before I even discovered it. And when I finally discovered it 3 years ago, it was the best thing to ever happen to me. I pity those men whose girlfriends did NOT rip their heart out and dump them in the gutter. For those men will suffer an even worse fate; a life wasted.

    I am not sure if it is right to blame women for the way they are or not. But I still resent these pathetic disgusting parasites. Perhaps if I had been told the truth maybe I would have empathy respect for them. But I don't. And sometimes I wonder if evil truly exists and lives among us, in the form of the human female.

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    Re: I tried love, I tried relationships, I tried companionship and this is what I learned

    Quote Originally Posted by UnFucked View Post
    I am not sure if it is right to blame women for the way they are or not.
    That is the place that I reached. Can you blame something for it's true nature. I'm not sure that you can.

    My first bad experience is somewhat similar to your story. It hurts like hell because we were never told that this type of behaviour was a possibility. We were sold the dream. We lived the nightmare.

    Nothing ever surprises me anymore and I expect the worst. If we had been warned as young, young men then we would at least have had a fighting chance. MGTOW should be a compulsory subject at school. They spend years learning daft math subjects that will never come in useful in the real world when the most useful part of math is learning how to divide by two.

    Many of our testimonies are sad tales. We all say that we've learned from them. If the truth had been hammered home to us instead of being drip fed the dream - would we have been better off?

    I don't know...but the option would have been greatly appreciated.

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    Re: I tried love, I tried relationships, I tried companionship and this is what I learned

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Keyknob View Post
    MGTOW should be a compulsory subject at school. They spend years learning daft math subjects that will never come in useful in the real world when the most useful part of math is learning how to divide by two.
    I am going off at a tangent here, but math is useful as fuck in everyday life. Perhaps many people just do not know how to use it. Do you have a good estimate of how much you are going to have to pay at the checkout? How much is the change going to be? How many roof tiles to buy when re-roofing the house? How many materials to buy for the fence? Budgeting? 4% interest per year, how much is that after 10 years? I could go on.

    But the way they teach math… Well, that sucks because schooling sucks. They want you to do the rote work, but they do not want you to be too smart. Thinking for yourself? That is too dangerous. Yeah, just take out another loan, you will be able to pay it back. Somehow… Eventually… Just leave the thinking to the pros.

    If MGTOW were taught in schools, they would butcher it the same way they butcher every subject.

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    Re: I tried love, I tried relationships, I tried companionship and this is what I learned

    Quote Originally Posted by Zoidberg View Post
    I am going off at a tangent here, but math is useful as fuck in everyday life. Perhaps many people just do not know how to use it. Do you have a good estimate of how much you are going to have to pay at the checkout? How much is the change going to be? How many roof tiles to buy when re-roofing the house? How many materials to buy for the fence? Budgeting? 4% interest per year, how much is that after 10 years? I could go on.

    But the way they teach math… Well, that sucks because schooling sucks. They want you to do the rote work, but they do not want you to be too smart. Thinking for yourself? That is too dangerous. Yeah, just take out another loan, you will be able to pay it back. Somehow… Eventually… Just leave the thinking to the pros.

    If MGTOW were taught in schools, they would butcher it the same way they butcher every subject.

    The mathematics that we were taught in schools was excellent. Basic mathematics in particular. British schooling up until the 1980's was second to none. I wasn't referring to that type of arithmetic at all, but rather the sine and cosine/algebra type of lessons that barely anybody uses in their entire life. My statement about dividing by two was a tongue in cheek comment about divorce outcomes.

    You're quite correct about the agenda though. Schooling nowadays is much less about constructing a mass of educated free thinkers and more about shepherding the herd.

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    Re: I tried love, I tried relationships, I tried companionship and this is what I learned

    Great post Uly and one that is very relevant to men over the age of 30.

    When 30+ men start receiving sexual attention again, they may not look at the reason they are but instead start showing appreciation through giving resources (money, time, gifts, etc. etc. etc). If you go into the relationship with a clear goal in mind, then you are less likely to get taken advantage of.
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    Re: I tried love, I tried relationships, I tried companionship and this is what I learned

    Well as you may already know I am 42 and twenty something women are all over me like a Burton's suit.

    I ignore them.

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    Re: I tried love, I tried relationships, I tried companionship and this is what I learned

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Keyknob View Post
    That is the place that I reached. Can you blame something for it's true nature. I'm not sure that you can.
    I am a big fan of the Liberation Y channel on youtube. His perspective is that since females are exalted in this gynocentric society, males are therefore devalued. And it is not possible to exalt the status of one sex without devaluing the other. It has been this way for so long, that women never learned to love men, but only to see them as utilities. That's not to say they aren't capable of love, just that they have never developed this trait since the beginning of gynocentrism, centuries ago. Our anger and frustration should really be directed at the gynocentric system and those who are enabling it and enforcing it. But the momentum is far too strong to do anything about it anyway. It will not change in our lifetime.

    I have days where I feel the rage. I don't mind so much. I have learnt how to channel the anger into being more independent, more confident, stand up for myself, and not take shit or allow anyone to take advantage of me. I gives me some comfort that I am not alone.

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    Re: I tried love, I tried relationships, I tried companionship and this is what I learned

    A Nucleur Holocaust would take care of all this women entitlement bullshit, oh please skynet, get a consciousness and bring natural order like only I know you can by launching all of the worlds nukes.

    Okay on a different note. All the women Iíve been in a serious relationship with have all cheated on me too.

    #METOO

    I never cheated but I might as well have, better yet, avoid a serious relationship all together. Getting in a relationship is #cunting in, and we all know the right way to do things is #cunt out.

    # CUNTOUT

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    Re: I tried love, I tried relationships, I tried companionship and this is what I learned

    Quote Originally Posted by #Redpillbible View Post
    A Nucleur Holocaust would take care of all this women entitlement bullshit, oh please skynet, get a consciousness and bring natural order like only I know you can by launching all of the worlds nukes.

    Okay on a different note. All the women I’ve been in a serious relationship with have all cheated on me too.

    #METOO

    I never cheated but I might as well have, better yet, avoid a serious relationship all together. Getting in a relationship is #cunting in, and we all know the right way to do things is #cunt out.

    # CUNTOUT

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