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    New here, always felt like a victim of circumstances

    It can all be traced back to very early in the start of 2000. Long story short, some girl instigated bullying against me from three well versed athletics relative to the school. I held my own in arguments that they kept pushing on me but no matter, class took the easy way out and sided with them. She is a blond girl who's eyes look like they don't belong to my (our) race and it is one thing to live the kind of lifestyle that I think she may be and do so 1000s of times per year onward (hell, ALL them from my school could and it would not bother me at all), but its entirely entirely entirely ENTIRELY another thing to instigate something against a guy like me who would have held my own WAY better than all the nerds in that class that I can't physically leave who somehow someway got it in their minds that I have to be the poster loser that semester. Even if I did somehow miraculously have the social krav maga to get the best of them inspite of the group mentality, I would still have to have an insane level of forgiveness toward them (YEA RIGHT!!!).

    All because I am physically in a class I have to take and some B*TCH chose to instigate against instead of the 3 dozen others in it that I KNOW wouldn't have faired as well. I'm 99% sure if I confronted her in some way today she would only say "You Are A Good Person." But I'm 99% sure that that would lead to me spilling out all I can to demoralize her long term "game" and why "taking the easy way out" does not work in the long run. I didn't even know she EXISTED in that damn class until the three cowards came off the way they did. Looked down on all because of an enemy I inherited just by physically being in the same class

    Society, male or female, black white asian, different orientation, old or young, etc etc etc, live life how you want but don't come giving someone a hard time that can't leave the situation. You Diversity right? RIGHT????

    I'm sure many of you on here know what I mean in accordance to her "taking the easy way out" (personal life)

    I am a disgruntled millennial and definitely have a disgruntled look in my eyes that I'm sure just about everyone can see, so I don't even have a CHOICE but to be single.

    I can only imagine how much I would despise her if I ever had to work with her

    My main hobby is watching survivor, favorite winner by far is Sandra

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    Re: New here, always felt like a victim of circumstances

    Son, I've been where you are, but it was at a job. And it was two guys and some dirty cops. I just walked away and left that town. I never looked back.
    "Don't follow in my footsteps. I stepped in something."

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    Re: New here, always felt like a victim of circumstances

    F*ck that. How is everyone and anyone supposed to know at all times what goes on behind their back? If I were working at a job, since we all have to work to make money sometime, under same circumstances I predict that she would tell HR and many others that I followed her around, and I will have not known she existed at all until let go and all employees there laugh at me on my way out.

    WTF

    Figured I couldn't wait any longer to post here until I was and am 100% sure I won't tell anyone whether mgtow or not on how to live their life

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    Re: New here, always felt like a victim of circumstances

    A girl tried something like this on me way back in grade school. But it backfired when her white knight didn't realize he was supposed to tune me up. The girl was then bummed cause it didn't go down like she wanted. I of course, was too young to learn anything.

    It's not that expansive an intro, but our new friends story don't sound much like a troll to me.
    Every day I make the world a little bit worse.

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    Re: New here, always felt like a victim of circumstances

    Quote Originally Posted by DisgruntledMillenial View Post
    It can all be traced back to very early in the start of 2000. Long story short, some girl instigated bullying against me from three well versed athletics relative to the school. I held my own in arguments that they kept pushing on me but no matter, class took the easy way out and sided with them. She is a blond girl who's eyes look like they don't belong to my (our) race and it is one thing to live the kind of lifestyle that I think she may be and do so 1000s of times per year onward (hell, ALL them from my school could and it would not bother me at all), but its entirely entirely entirely ENTIRELY another thing to instigate something against a guy like me who would have held my own WAY better than all the nerds in that class that I can't physically leave who somehow someway got it in their minds that I have to be the poster loser that semester. Even if I did somehow miraculously have the social krav maga to get the best of them inspite of the group mentality, I would still have to have an insane level of forgiveness toward them (YEA RIGHT!!!).

    All because I am physically in a class I have to take and some B*TCH chose to instigate against instead of the 3 dozen others in it that I KNOW wouldn't have faired as well. I'm 99% sure if I confronted her in some way today she would only say "You Are A Good Person." But I'm 99% sure that that would lead to me spilling out all I can to demoralize her long term "game" and why "taking the easy way out" does not work in the long run. I didn't even know she EXISTED in that damn class until the three cowards came off the way they did. Looked down on all because of an enemy I inherited just by physically being in the same class

    Society, male or female, black white asian, different orientation, old or young, etc etc etc, live life how you want but don't come giving someone a hard time that can't leave the situation. You Diversity right? RIGHT????

    I'm sure many of you on here know what I mean in accordance to her "taking the easy way out" (personal life)

    I am a disgruntled millennial and definitely have a disgruntled look in my eyes that I'm sure just about everyone can see, so I don't even have a CHOICE but to be single.

    I can only imagine how much I would despise her if I ever had to work with her


    My main hobby is watching survivor, favorite winner by far is Sandra
    Hi DM,

    Your registration information says you don't want to be notified by email when PM's are received by you so I don't know how you will be alerted to see this response. I'll send a PM anyway to direct you to here, once you again log in.

    Your Introduction is pretty general. It's supposed to follow our three points as numbered in the How To Intro sticky in this New Member Intros sub-forum. I've listed them here:

    In order to discern genuine users from trolls, we will request the following information:

    1. Relationship history
    (experience with women, red pills, what about it made you made you aware; note- you don't HAVE to have had relationships but you can speak of your interactions with women) -- it turns out trolls don't have good, realistic stories of this ilk.

    2. Awareness
    : your blue pill perspectives, how you transitioned to red pill, with enough detail about what brought you to MGTOW.

    3. Who you are
    : tell us a little bit of who you are. What you like, what you do, etc.

    9 times out of 10, a failed intro will NOT provide enough detail about who you are and relationship history. A mod will request more detail. At which point, more detail should be provided soon. If it's not forthcoming, the user will be removed. We need to be strict about this to ensure the community stays high-quality as it has been from the start.

    So, with respect to #1, We want from you one or two detailed stories of an experience that happened to you. You allude to at least one story here but you stop short in saying long story short. I've highlighted your Intro in blue the few statements where you appear to be briefly mentioning a personal experience. I've highlighted in red the parts of your Intro where you do not talk about yourself or your specific experience with her but you are talking to us about your general views and philosophy which are things that do not belong in your Intro. That stuff can come later. We want to hear you talking about what happened to you.

    We want you to introduce your personal self, specifically talk about yourself. If you fill up your Intro with the red stuff, you wasted your time because we know nothing about your personal experience when we read it. We already know that stuff. We don't know your stuff.

    It would be like asking someone in church how he came to accept Jesus and he replies that "Jesus is love" and "all sins are forgiven". We'd say, yeah yeah, we already KNOW all that, but how did YOU come to accept Him? Then he says, "Well, I was drinking for 30 years and my life was in the absolute dumps, I had no friends, and then I saw how this neighbor of mine was always happy, and one day he talked to me over the back fence, and I accepted his offer to accompany him to church...."

    A very different answer than his first one, yes? And then we would say, YES, that is what we were asking of you to relate. We can see who you are much, much better.

    Your Intro is your personal testimony of how women screwed you over and how it changed you to MGTOW. Here is a great example:

    http://www.goingyourownway.com/mgtow...88/#post136188

    #2 What brought you to MGTOW?

    #3 Do you have other hobbies or interests besides watching Survivor?

    I hope you can get to this soon. Don't start a new Intro thread, just add a new post to this one, please.

    Thank you.
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    Re: New here, always felt like a victim of circumstances

    I don't know why you care so much what these people think. Are they physically assaulting you? Or have they just frozen you out of their little friendship circle? Do your studies, submit your coursework, pass the exams. What else is there?

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    Re: New here, always felt like a victim of circumstances

    DM, if you are reading this, check your Inbox or Junk folder for an email from us on April 6 that you are to use to activate your account. I don't know how it happens that you were able to post here on that day yet today I see your account is (still?) classified as Users Awaiting Email Confirmation.

    Somehow, you were able to send a message to Moderator Mr Wombat so perhaps do that again if you cannot post in-thread anymore. Your account is set to not receive an email when anyone sends you a PM or replies to one fro you, so that may be another obstacle to communication.

    Find that email from April 6 or message Wombat again if you cannot.
    The two most important days in your life are the day you were born and the day you find out why. - Mark Twain

    The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.
    - Henry David Thoreau

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