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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    Seriously. For most of human experience a woman alone was soon a woman dead. Men often went off alone and explored, hunted, traded, or in some other way pushed back his personal boundaries. Women clustered in safety to tend their children. If they were alone they were soon killed by some animal, or some stupid action of their own. So, yes, they have a primordial fear of being alone, which they attempt to project onto men by threatening them that they will die alone.

    Women constantly think (if it can be called thinking) that men are just like them, only with penises. That is why they believe through and through that the patriarchy exists, because if women had power that is what they would do (are doing), use their power to maximize the benefit to their own group and abuse the other group. Studies have shown that women have an in group bias many times that of men.

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    Being alone is peaceful and enjoyable just as much as it can be in a group. I do not fear dying or being alone so that statement holds no power at all. it is obviously a projection and the last time I heard it was when I said ''no thanks'' when offered a date by a single mom.

    ''So fancy coming out with me and the kids tonight?''
    ''No thanks.''
    ''You're gonna die alone.''

    No, I'm not exaggerating, that's how the conversation went!
    It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society." - Jiddu Krishnamurti

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chukhed View Post
    I think this stems from a woman's inability to find happiness and fulfillment in themselves. The fear comes from their dependency on others {external}, and then like others have said, is projected onto everyone around them. If women were'nt so opposed to LEARNING, they might actually get something out of buddism.

    I would rank this one as 1st or 2nd greatest fear.
    This statement solidifies it for why the feminists have to invade male spaces. They are afraid of being alone with other woman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by starcruiser View Post
    This statement solidifies it for why the feminists have to invade male spaces. They are afraid of being alone with other woman.
    Women and men have one thing in common; they both prefer the company of men. Would you want to be trapped into only associating with women, even if they were all beautiful? I could take only so much inanity before my head exploded.

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    Who fucking cares? I'll be dead!

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    Quote Originally Posted by I_walk_alone View Post
    Who fucking cares? I'll be dead!
    Give this man an award for being succinct and directly to the point.

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    Quote Originally Posted by Neo View Post
    Being alone is peaceful and enjoyable just as much as it can be in a group. I do not fear dying or being alone so that statement holds no power at all. it is obviously a projection and the last time I heard it was when I said ''no thanks'' when offered a date by a single mom.

    ''So fancy coming out with me and the kids tonight?''
    ''No thanks.''
    ''You're gonna die alone.''

    No, I'm not exaggerating, that's how the conversation went!
    The only way to respond is to do the 90's style air jump with a fist pump and go "yeah!"

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    Thank you.

    I noticed how everyone seems to relish it as well. Having a beer or tea or whatever you like to drink in peace and quiet seems to be much more relaxing than incessant nagging.

    There are 24 hours in a day. I'll be generous and say she lets you sleep 8. I'll be really generous and say you get to have sex for an hour. If you've been together any length of time we know this is going to suffer. That leaves 15 hours of home improvement projects, her nieces birthday parties, the honeydo list and endless shit she can dream up to keep you away from your friends, hobbies and peace and quiet.

    So you can have this the rest of your life, then get put in a home while she nags you there while you wait for death to mercifully take you. Or, you can die peacefully in your sleep surrounded by your cool toys and quiet with only the soothing hum of the refrigerator or furnace. Bury me with my lightsaber and I'll be happy.

    Better to die 'alone' than miserable.

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    Good. I want to die alone. Actually, I'd like to be in a secluded forest somewhere, slumped against a tree, sipping one last Caledonian 80-/- beer whilst watching the deer and squirrels as the world slowly fades to black.

    Who seriously wants to expire surrounded by nagging ankles/awful relatives/junior doctors?

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    Cilla Black ,had 1 husband, 3 children ......died alone , oh the irony
    "Whoever has trusted a woman has trusted deceivers." .... Hesiod

    If you don't design your own life plan, chances are you'll fall into someone else's plan. And guess what they have planned for you? Not much




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    This is something all women do whether it's a potential wife or family member, and it's just not death. Since they basically control all social gatherings they think they have this power to make men be alone in life or death. If you grew up in a female centered family and you resist the demands and obligations they make on you there's always that trump card they will play as a last resort, that you will lose all support from the family they control. Of course it's a useless power if you don't give a shit

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    Quote Originally Posted by do not disturb View Post
    This is something all women do whether it's a potential wife or family member, and it's just not death. Since they basically control all social gatherings they think they have this power to make men be alone in life or death. If you grew up in a female centered family and you resist the demands and obligations they make on you there's always that trump card they will play as a last resort, that you will lose all support from the family they control. Of course it's a useless power if you don't give a shit
    The highlighted portion is the key. Feminists have succeeded by shaming men. They are losing their power as more and more of us men no longer give a shit what they think of us. I should say, as more and more men realize that they hate us, and will hate us, no matter what we do or say; so fuck it.

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    Dying alone takes anywhere from a few minutes to a few years. That's a lot of pain.
    Living your entire life with women - that's a LOT more pain for MANY more years.
    After that, you're not worried about dying alone - so long as you just DIE.
    - Feminism is Cancer.
    - Where have all the good men gone? Away. Far far away... from you.
    - NAWALT? Maybe, but EWALT means Russian Roulette is a much safer bet...

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    My grandfather is like 92 or something and his health has been getting progressively worse, if you can even have health at the age of 92. "Hey Jim, how's your quality of life?" Yeah, his quality of life is an aged tumbleweed.

    Point is, he doesn't want anyone around him. People try to come visit and he rejects them. I can't help but feel that I'd act the same way as an old man. It's a time to sit and relax into your mortality, to use the last few years of your life for quiet introspection seems a lot more pleasant than having family members nag you.

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    I think that the phrase is just as much about spending your last moments with less family to comfort you as it is about living your life alone. Both points are powerful thoughts to consider the implications of.

    To the first point, I work in a hospital so I've seen my fair share of death. Many people do die with family at their side actually. But they're usually so completely out of it (due to heavy trauma, deep dementia, pain medications, and other reasons) it's possible that many or even most of them have no idea that they're even dying, let alone who is there. You could put cardboard people around the room and it would have a similar effect maybe. Or maybe that warm hand touching theirs is the most powerful feeling they've ever felt.

    In cases of cancer (and other long-term illnesses), it's a rough ride (I've seen family and friends go through it). In some cases they appreciated the company and in others they were embarrassed about being in a "weakened state" and "didn't want to be remembered like that". I could see how living as a ghost (or with far fewer social connections than a family man has in general) could have a depressing end. Sitting there alone, wasting away, no one to share your final thoughts as you approach the end. I figure that I'll have a lot to say; maybe I'll get the chance to tell someone about it or maybe I won't. Maybe I'll die too suddenly for that. The point being, dying alone isn't trivial for everyone. While there might be a vested interest in bringing men back to the plantation, it could just as easily be a warning that's not meant to harm but to instigate personal thought on the implications of of living and dying alone to a man who seems all to eager to throw it all away.

    The second point has a lifetime of implications. To live alone is to "miss out" on so many things. Most of us here have tasted various aspects of those things and so we can assess their value individually. In the absence of a wife and kids to help take care of, my day is open to enjoy (or to waste). That freedom is amazing but there is a stronger responsibility to use it to create meaningful experiences. With kids I'd have my hands full; my time would be chosen for me. I think that a large majority of people somewhat enjoy that predictable path. It's not the most exciting path, but it's predictable. To have the responsibility to waste my life sometimes scares me. Everything rests on my shoulders to create a meaningful life; to find out what that even is. At the end of my life I have to explain to myself if going my own way was worth it; were the experiences that I traded the traditional family life for worth it? A family man can easily say he lived "for his family". And he can feel satisfaction in that, and others can look fondly on him for that choice. If I were to go my own way simply to play video games until I died, I don't know how much satisfaction that would bring with my life, even if I "dodged the bullet" in not getting married.

    I have plans for my time, and that could work out very well for me. But maybe it all falls flat and I'll wish that I took the well-trodden path.

    That's part of why I signed up here; not just to complain about women but to get a feel for "what's next?" if I'm really going to commit to the MGTOW life-style.

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    "You will die alone!"

    "Beats paying alimony."

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    I have difficultly accepting the concept of wasting time. For some individuals the most bizarre things can be life fulfilling pursuits, video games included. For others though, no amount of exploration, achievement or social status will alleviate the surreal feeling of existence and lack of quantifiable worth. I count myself among the latter, though that may change and I welcome that change with open arms.



    There was a time in my life in which an MMORPG was the most important activity, it justified my existence. There was a time when kayaking filled the same role. But in a universe where mortality exists it seems impossible to hold any of these practices above another. Value is simply based on an individual's set goal and which particular things release the right chemicals for that individual to feel a moment of satisfaction. To submit to the idea of wasted time, to me seems to go against MGTOW. Because my own way shouldn't be influenced by how successful others perceive me to be, and without others perception, what is the use of being successful beyond basic comfort? Wasted time by my own definition can be dealt with by simply engaging in activities that are pleasant and stimulating, for anything will lose its charm after enough repetition.

    I don't think it's possible to justify my existence and I think if I attempted to it would subject me to a circle of disappointment. So whenever a dream or aspiration arises I ask myself, am I doing this because I love it, or am I doing this because I want others to view me in high regard?

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    When you are dead, none of those fuckers will give a damn about you. Your wife and kids will be fighting each other over who gets what, especially if you didn't write a will. The last thing they care about is how to plan your funeral. Your wife will hop right onto the next dick after the funeral is over. Perfect excuse to swing branch.
    Last edited by Wallabe; August 11, 2015 at 2:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat View Post
    I have plans for my time, and that could work out very well for me. But maybe it all falls flat and I'll wish that I took the well-trodden path.

    That's part of why I signed up here; not just to complain about women but to get a feel for "what's next?" if I'm really going to commit to the MGTOW life-style.
    you can only choose how you will live (according to your limits) not how you will die. Don't commit to anything if it doesn't feel right to you

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    Re: "You'll die alone"

    One of the worst experiences of my life was enduring a severe and extended stomach malady that lasted several months. With my girlfriend around nearly every day, it was a hundred times worse than it would have been if she'd just left me alone. Have others here experienced this? I swear to God, there is nothing worse than feeling like you are going to die, and having a bored, restless, and unempathetic woman around! I know they are supposed to be the "nurturers", but my experience of females is the exact opposite. Yes, they are very good at expressing sympathy and appearing compassionate--for a day or two. But after a very short period, they will just resent you for being unable to entertain them, and for being such a tiresome bore. In my case, I'm sure that she had no real idea what tortures I was undergoing with my 24/7 acute stomach cramps and unending nausea. All she knew is that "We haven't gone out for weeks now! When are you going to get better?!" It was like my illness was nothing but a grand inconvenience to her, which she resented more and more the longer it persisted.

    No, no, no, never again will I put myself through that! When I suffer my next illness, or when it's my time to die, just give me a nice morphine drip and a few of my favorite books! Because the burden of entertaining a female when you are dying--or at least feeling like you want to--is a uniquely excruciating and lonely experience. Not recommended.


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