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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    Quote Originally Posted by Calloway View Post
    I had a girlfriend who once asked me what my biggest fear was. Her biggest fear was (you guessed it) dying alone.

    I told her that my biggest fear was something horrific happening to my kids.

    That pretty well told us where our priorities laid. The relationship crashed within a few months of that conversation.
    This is a classic example with a woman that looks to be more in love with the IDEA of being loved/in-love, also known as something you can call role playing outside of the bedroom, than in love with the actual person.

    I remember one such woman. Changed her beliefs to match mine. All of a sudden was an atheist like me. Though later I found proof that in reality she was a closeted Christian all along. Nothing wrong with that, by the way. (As long as they aren't some dorky holy roller or whatever). Anyway, love how she MATCHED her favorite bands with mine. In some cases, yes there was a genuine appreciation. Yet in other cases, she had a Cannibal Corpse sticker on her car all of a sudden in our first months of dating. That was a case of poseurdom (and no, I was not a pure metalhead any longer by that point in 1994...I like Dylan, Zappa, Radiohead, etc).

    Well, ha ha, this was the closest I could find to love. Yeah I did love her and in some ways always will. But, at some point she was not willing to die for me, so to speak. I, being the type of guy who can only truly love those who love me (of course there has GOT to be some common interests and a nice face, decent body even if 20-30 pounds overweight). Anyway, once she stopped treating me like her Chad Thundercock, and started treating me like someone she could just turn the love switch on and off with...that killed the attraction I had remaining for her. As well as to her of course (that big damn EGO she got at the end there!) For I could overlook her flaws and fakeness bits and all.

    Anyway, I caller blocked that bitch after enough mixed messages crap after doing a 5-year No Contact mode on her. And if she somehow gets in touch with me, that is calls me from a phone that is NOT on my caller block list, I shall hopefully say to her, "no longer do you JUST get to invite yourself into and out of my life whenever you please. Please go fuck yourself," and hang the phone up.
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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    I live a twisted reality, so whenever I get told "you'll die alone", I sometimes say without thinking "so optimistic".

    I still haven't given up on the idea of meeting someone who doesn't extort/blackmail and is not a psycho.
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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    Quote Originally Posted by Ace Francis View Post
    I remember one such woman. Changed her beliefs to match mine. All of a sudden was an atheist like me. Though later I found proof that in reality she was a closeted Christian all along. Nothing wrong with that, by the way. (As long as they aren't some dorky holy roller or whatever). Anyway, love how she MATCHED her favorite bands with mine.
    I'm also gonna add that this is a huge red flag for people in general, especially male friends. Don't trust men who seem to have a chameleon personality, where they just gradually absorb all your interests and tastes. Not only is it just plain creepy (in the true sense of the word, not the way women use it), it means they have no integrity, and their identities have no foundation to stand on. Sometimes it seems like a good thing because you seem like a "mentor", but in reality it's nothing like that. They want to take and take without giving anything back. Just wanted to point this out because I've had a few different experiences like it, and I wished someone would have told me the score about people like that. Gigantic waste of energy. I'm sure you guys already know better, but who knows who might be reading this thread.
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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    Quote Originally Posted by Ace Francis
    I remember one such woman. Changed her beliefs to match mine. All of a sudden was an atheist like me. Though later I found proof that in reality she was a closeted Christian all along. Nothing wrong with that, by the way. (As long as they aren't some dorky holy roller or whatever). Anyway, love how she MATCHED her favorite bands with mine.
    Quote Originally Posted by Nuggets View Post
    I'm also gonna add that this is a huge red flag for people in general, especially male friends. Don't trust men who seem to have a chameleon personality, where they just gradually absorb all your interests and tastes. Not only is it just plain creepy (in the true sense of the word, not the way women use it), it means they have no integrity, and their identities have no foundation to stand on. Sometimes it seems like a good thing because you seem like a "mentor", but in reality it's nothing like that. They want to take and take without giving anything back. Just wanted to point this out because I've had a few different experiences like it, and I wished someone would have told me the score about people like that. Gigantic waste of energy. I'm sure you guys already know better, but who knows who might be reading this thread.
    I am real glad you made this post. I had one friend I made in my late 20s that i lost contact with. Fast forward nearly a decade. Though he was not to the extreme of acting like I was a mentor, come to think of it, he did eventually just prove to be a user. Not that I was a fool who got totally used. But once I stood up for myself to him, he revealed his true colors.

    I can't think of too many others totally that way. But to some degree. Come to think of it, in a sense, I felt I was mentoring this older girlfriend in ways. And while that is proven to be true to some degree, to which degree exactly, I'll never know. Oh yeah, that's right. She never did play the music she allegedly pretended to like with her ex-boyfriends. Come to think of it, thinking out loud here, she probably pretended to a larger degree what she allegedly liked or did not like well outside of music. Whether it be politics, religion, etc.

    Now I bet with some of these male chameleon friends, Nuggets, that you mention, if you look really close at when your gut detects a chameleon moment, instead of giving the benefit of the doubt, while you do not convict and hang them, so to speak, wait and you'll see another red flag pop up if you choose not to bury your head in the sand.

    This paragraph just above ^^^ was written as a lesson I am speaking/thinking out loud to myself instead of it being to you. In your case, I agree and maybe I need to review a few situations if they shall occur in the future. Without crossing the line into paranoia/needless distrust/a-guilty-till-proven-innocent sort of mentality into MY future, of course!

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    You'll die alone
    Good.
    Sad, but one day our kids will have to visit museums to see what a lady looks like.

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    I thought by having a nagging wife, the husband will die early even though he is not alone. I don't think that is a good sign.

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    Yes. When a man is so far into his marriage that death could happen at any time, I'm willing to bet he's passed the point of no return. His wife is 100% toxic to his physical and mental health. This is when men will do anything to get away from their wives, even just for 5 minutes to have a small moment of peace.

    How many truly happy old couples have you guys ever seen? For me I can count them on one finger. And I know nothing about their marriage, they just give off a contented vibe. So only one, and like I said I have no clue what that marriage is really like.

    They all follow the same script day in and day out. Nag, man cave, nag, gotta go to the store, nag, try to watch sports, nag, sleep. Repeat until death. At that point I would be wishing for it.

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    I'm not afraid of dying alone. My biggest fear is that God is really a woman.

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    I figure most people die alone. Unless you happen to be surrounded by others at the moment of death, you're probably going to be alone at that time, either at home or in the hospital room. Personally, I'd prefer to die alone. Death is something I have not yet experienced, and I'd like to take that journey on my own without interruption or influence. I've lived the majority of my life alone, and I'll transition out of this world the same way.

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    "OK..if you insist..i will make sure to die and take others with me when I go..."

    thats my goto response.
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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    I'm already alone. Been pretty much alone most of my life. Women don't want shit to with you. They don't want to help you build yourself up, naw they'll just watch you suffer until you've made it by yourself than they'll come around.

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    Quote Originally Posted by Ambassador Of Apathy View Post
    Anyone with common sense can understand the fallacies of that statement, so I won't get into that. Women love to project their own fears and insecurities onto others. Whenever I hear a woman use 'dying alone' as a scare tactic in an attempt to sell me on marriage, it always throws me off a little. Not only because 'dying alone' has nothing to do with getting married or having kids, but also because it's thrown onto the table like it's the absolute worst outcome an individual can experience. Almost as if it's worse than a going through brutal, torturous death. "Good luck dying alone!" I think this is obvious projection. I wanted to ask you guys, where does 'dying alone' rank on the average female's list of fears?
    Thanks for both the thought and great question.

    This has to be the most horrific thought a female could have as "dying along" is a result of a life time of failure in trying to obtain a companion/mate/slave/paid consort/etc. prior to death.

    This is the living embodiment of the punishment endured by Sisyphus in that he knew that the boulder would escape his control and roll back down to the bottom of the hill, yet he could not resist going back down to start the process all over again .... and again .... and yet again.

    Dying with a companion allows one to receive comfort, care and an audience for the eventual death. One can also gloat about post experiences, or be spiteful by performing tricks immediately prior to death (much as Sisyphus was alleged to have performed). This companionship also offers temporary immortality for the soon to be dead by their knowledge that at least one person knew of their existence and passing.
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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    The below video and photo are only examples I used to show GB the avenues to posting vid and photo, thanks GregB, dropping the s on https, gave the video a placeholder instead of the URL address. Way to go!







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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    Quote Originally Posted by ɹǝʍoʇ View Post


    Tower, Thank you so much for demonstrating how to post video's and images on the site for me. I have always had issues with this, both old site and new. S.R.'s guidance about using http instead of https now works as I was getting the correct information to feed the browser.

    I also greatly appreciate learning that the "What's New?" tab has the same functionality as the "Latest Post" thread.

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    Why do you think they all have cats? So they won't die alone. A week later the cats will be eating the carcass. I'll die alone. Then, my niece can bury me in the backyard and grieve in Tahiti with the insurance money.
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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    Everyone dies alone when you think about it. Do you really take anyone or anything with you when you die? Nope.

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    Quote Originally Posted by Nuggets View Post
    How many truly happy old couples have you guys ever seen? For me I can count them on one finger. And I know nothing about their marriage, they just give off a contented vibe. So only one, and like I said I have no clue what that marriage is really like.
    Thanks for this specific thread. After due deliberation, around 5-6 couples. All are mid 70's in age or above, all live in isolated rural areas and all have limited/no Internet distractions in their daily lives.
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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    When I die they will have to prise the throttle grip of my bike out of my cold dead fingers, live for now you never know how long you have.

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    This is all I need to remember.

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    ooo cracking open an old thread, awesome.

    Dying alone is ok. I suspect that my family might mourn me for 20 minutes tops, then get on with living.
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