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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    another turn-off... she shows interest in me....
    (I figure if I'm not allowed to appreciate women... well, whats good for the gander is good for the goose...)
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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    Knowing her true nature.
    - 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: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    with all this..... makes me wonder...
    why would any sensible man want to meet women anymore????
    doesnt seem logical regarding that women consider us more expendable than ever.....
    (and I'm not going to go with them until I get recognized as a person again...)
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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    I now loathe (and avoid) the whole "meeting them" part, really. It's like, "Oh, bloody hell. Another dissatisfied woman looking externally for things to make her have good feelz."

    Red Pill and MGTOW just have me saying "Pleased to meet you." and continuing on with my day.

    I like to think of myself as an "indifferent bastard" who only cares about the welfare of his children.

    Mastery of one's impulses becomes SO much easier with time. I recommend lurkers and young men on the fence just TRY to live a "zero fucks given" approach to women for just a few months or a year. Watch your anxiety PLUMMET. Watch your bank account grow. Watch your confidence grow. Want to scratch that itch and get laid? Go for it! Just don't entertain her "Where is this relationship going?" or "We need to talk" or "Want to take this relationship to the next level" bullshit routines.

    Do. Not. Move. The. Bitch. In.

    It's quite that simple. Many men I know are doing this (no next level, no shared accomodations) and they've never even heard the term MGTOW.

    Men are becoming MGTOW and living the MGTOW lifestyle without even knowing they are MGTOW!! LOL!
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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    Quote Originally Posted by Insidious_Sid View Post
    I like to think of myself as an "indifferent bastard" who only cares about the welfare of his children.
    heh.. once did look at the "heartless bitches" webpage.. they posed the idea of men becoming "heartless bastards"... "bastard" standing for "being a strong thinker and radical doer"...
    come to think of it... that does make some sense...
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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    • Several kids from different daddies; especially the 'bad-boy' types.
    • Short hair - I mean seriously short like she wants to be a man.
    • Talks about her ex - I'm not a fucking councillor.
    • Being late - not respecting my time.
    • Lack of honesty/integrity. A lack of seriousness and passion about important human issues.
    • A woman who wants to be wined and dined before having sex every-time. Seriously, can't we just netflix and chill every now and then?

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    Yeah, some women who think that weekly sex = daily fine dining and $10 Latte's. Fuck that. 'Next' THAT overpriced vagina. Some women actually brag about eating out all the time and never paying for a single meal. These are the women you see on dating sites year after year after year. Still looking for Mr. Perfect, but willing to let Mr. Not Good Enough pay for a nice evening out. Even If she lands a "three date" guy, she gets three meals before the dumb fool realizes that sex isn't even on the table - just rich food and large bills.

    Usually, the size of her ass can be a good indication of her love for food.

    When I see two women order food, I wonder when the other 2 people in their party are showing up. Nopes. It's all for them. Appetizers. Wine. Mains. Dessert. After dessert coffee. They have asses the size of polar bears and put "athletic" in their dating profile because they own yoga pants and did that spin class one time...

    And they wonder why they are being fucked and chucked for hitting out of their league. LMAO.
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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    , she gets three meals before the dumb fool realizes that sex isn't even on the table - just rich food and large
    hehe! so true. I remember dating a cunt once and she was telling me about how well she doing at work, how she loves the 'independent' life. She said she felt empowered and 'worked' hard everyday and she told me from the start of the start of the date the she wanted a man with 'initiative'; otherwise she wasn't interested. (she was a middle easterner who had just moved to the UK)

    When I heard that I asked for the bill, paid in full and told her i had to go home early because i have a business trip early morning tomorrow; which I think made her pussy super wet.

    WTF is up with 'independent' cunts? If they are so independent why don't they just ask men out, pay in full for the dinner and chase after them?

    Manipulative cunts!

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    masculinity,rude(having a big mouth,swearing like a sailor) disrespectful,manipulaitve....the list can goes on for ever!.Sorry,I cant say the "one thing",aka red-flag,that turns me off, when meeting a women,(I dont meet anyone in my own country),but there are soooo many red-flags,regarding western women, in todays society.

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    Quote Originally Posted by Insidious_Sid View Post
    Yeah, some women who think that weekly sex = daily fine dining and $10 Latte's. Fuck that. 'Next' THAT overpriced vagina.
    words of wisdom.... "If you have to ask the price, you cant afford it..."
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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    "career driven" - another massive red flag for me. Often coupled with whining about how she can't find a man as good as her. Usually the higher the position they hold the worse they get.
    Marrying a woman is like taking a shit upside down every day for the rest of your life. Don't do it!

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    Re: What is your #1 "red flag-turn off" when meeting women?

    She has a kid or kids.
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