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    Re: Holy shit - yet another "too smart to get a man"

    From what I've read it just seems like they want men to 'accept' them as they are. Well, big deal! Not everyone is going to be into you. Just because you are educated or even good looking.

    Society/women almost always assume that men have no options. As if, if a woman asks you out, you have no right to refuse. Yea, fuck that. We are men who are going their own way, and we have options, we can decide, we can accept/reject, we can say yes/no, and we can change our minds as a well.

    If these cunts want a man who is stimulating and not just looking for easy sex, then they should stop behaving like bitches and start appreciating such men.

    But then what happens, 'oh he is so smart and so hard working, but he isn't that tall' 'oh he doesn't have a 7 inches' 'oh he works hard, but he should be earning more'.. and the 'sisters' be like 'you go girl' 'you don't need no man like that'...

    So essentially they're looking for some illusion, some guy in their fantasy which doesn't exist in real life.
    In my experience, women have never accepted me as I am, so why should I accept them as they are?? If a woman wants to go out with me, she can ask me out and I get to choose the restaurant and she can pay the bill and it should include no strings attached, safe and exciting sex.

    If not, then I'm not interested. Cunts expect the same, so nothing wrong with my ridiculous expectations.

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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Seems a lot more likely we just shutter the Unis and go online for most everything. Men can self train or mentor each other online quite well.

    Open Virtual Public Distance Learning. Some subjects you need physical lab.. but that's hardly s reason for our present system. Let it burn with the witches.
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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Methinks the women play up the degree thing a bit too much........ (as I said.. there is such a thing as "overdoing it"...)
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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    What's the most challenging profession?

    a) Rocket Science
    b) Brain Surgery
    c) Rocket Surgery
    d) All of the above
    - 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: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Women will always not take the blame for their issues. It's what feminism has taught her. It's a shame really that a lot of women will go without their dream marriage.

    Lets hope the 'NEXT' generation learn..

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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Quote Originally Posted by ShogunRonin View Post
    Lets hope the 'NEXT' generation learn..
    if there is a "next generation"......
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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Quote Originally Posted by ShogunRonin View Post
    Women will always not take the blame for their issues. It's what feminism has taught her. It's a shame really that a lot of women will go without their dream marriage.

    Lets hope the 'NEXT' generation learn..
    The problem is that there is no next generation. The current generation isn't going to help the next generation. The cycle either will be broken by a sudden change in society or this broken cycle will continue.

    Without anyone to teach women culture and to channel female nature for the good of society it isn't going to change.
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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Quote Originally Posted by Insidious_Sid View Post
    What's the most challenging profession?

    a) Rocket Science
    b) Brain Surgery
    c) Rocket Surgery
    d) All of the above

    None of the above - Brain Science

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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Quote Originally Posted by Azure Nomad View Post
    The problem is that there is no next generation. The current generation isn't going to help the next generation. The cycle is either will be broken by a sudden change in society or this broken cycle will continue.

    Without anyone to teach women culture and to channel female nature for the good of society it isn't going to change.
    I agree. Who's gonna change it? They are happy the way it is - they love it in fact - and there isn't anywhere near enough true opposition to counter it.

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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Quote Originally Posted by ShogunRonin View Post
    Women will always not take the blame for their issues. It's what feminism has taught her. It's a shame really that a lot of women will go without their dream marriage.

    Lets hope the 'NEXT' generation learn..
    Women were taught these things by their mothers and grandmothers (I have vague memories of what that was like). Women never listened to men, ever; it is a feature not a bug. Unfortunately, the mothers and grandmothers of the current generation don't know anything to teach to these women so that they might have a happy life. That train left the station in the 70s. On the other hand, not my circus not my monkeys.

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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Quote Originally Posted by Mikediver View Post
    Women were taught these things by their mothers and grandmothers (I have vague memories of what that was like). Women never listened to men, ever; it is a feature not a bug. Unfortunately, the mothers and grandmothers of the current generation don't know anything to teach to these women so that they might have a happy life. That train left the station in the 70s. On the other hand, not my circus not my monkeys.

    Do you think that it's a case of having nothing to teach their daughters - or just 'failing' to teach them?

    You are right in saying that the women have fewer nuggets of important advice to impart as the generations go by. Seemingly though, they are at least issuing a modicum of constructive information. Things such as showing them how to use the microwave, order fast food, get tattoo's and how to blame everyone else. However, I'm thinking particularly about the phenomenon of teenagers who get pregnant at 13 or 14 and then have daughters that go out and do exactly the same. The mothers by this time are about in their late twenties and surely have enough about them by this age to do absolutely whatever it takes to prevent it. Yet, often, they fail to even help with a desperate issue like this. Why?

    My brother likes to tell the tale of him driving through a not especially nice area of the town where we live and seeing a banner outside a house saying - 'Happy 30th Birthday Grandma'.

    Maybe it is a case of women having nothing (or very little) to teach their daughters, but ALSO, is it not caring enough to help them in situations where they can make a difference.

    What are your thoughts on that?

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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Keyknob View Post
    Do you think that it's a case of having nothing to teach their daughters - or just 'failing' to teach them?

    You are right in saying that the women have fewer nuggets of important advice to impart as the generations go by. Seemingly though, they are at least issuing a modicum of constructive information. Things such as showing them how to use the microwave, order fast food, get tattoo's and how to blame everyone else. However, I'm thinking particularly about the phenomenon of teenagers who get pregnant at 13 or 14 and then have daughters that go out and do exactly the same. The mothers by this time are about in their late twenties and surely have enough about them by this age to do absolutely whatever it takes to prevent it. Yet, often, they fail to even help with a desperate issue like this. Why?

    My brother likes to tell the tale of him driving through a not especially nice area of the town where we live and seeing a banner outside a house saying - 'Happy 30th Birthday Grandma'.

    Maybe it is a case of women having nothing (or very little) to teach their daughters, but ALSO, is it not caring enough to help them in situations where they can make a difference.

    What are your thoughts on that?
    I really think it is that the mothers and grandmothers of today don't know the good things that mothers and grandmothers used to teach. It is not a matter of choice. In the late 60s and 70s women were successfully brainwashed that all the wisdom of the past was just a tool to oppress them. They actively rejected everything their mothers and grandmothers tried to tell them. Now that they are the mothers and (mostly) grandmothers, they do not know anything that would help their daughters. All they know is feminist dogma. Even if they claim they are not feminists (anymore), the only world they know, and wisdom they have, is what feminism left standing. Their axioms are all feminist. Definition Axiom: "a universally accepted principle or rule. Logic, Mathematics: a proposition that is assumed without proof for the sake of studying the consequences that follow from it." Axioms are just beliefs arrived at without proof. They are not arrived at by reason, so reason can not refute them.

    Honestly, once lost, I have no idea how to restore such ancient wisdom for women. None of that female side of wisdom was ever written down. Women never wrote it down because they didn't want men to learn of their objectives and tactics. Deniability is a core value for women. We men can solve our own lost wisdom, such as the true nature of women, by studying ancient texts; such as the Bible and the Greek philosophers. We might even study what men thought older women used to teach younger women that worked for thousands of years. But that will accomplish nothing. No matter how effective and beneficial anything a man might say, it is pointless telling it to a woman. Since it is coming from a man, to her it is just meaningless noise. And that assumes she will even acknowledge that a man is speaking. Men might as well go tell their wisdom to a stone wall, it would accomplish just as much, and be more pleasant.

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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Quote Originally Posted by Azure Nomad View Post
    A high degree doesn't mean high intellect.

    Also a degree doesn't cover life experiences and I have to say my stem degree didn't help me learn how to repair my house, learn how to scrap metals to make money on the side, buy, repair and sell antique furniture, etc.

    A degree for me just opens a door but for men with a degree you still have to work hard, because the work isn't finished. Most women can obtain a degree and cruise on easy mode and then they have the audacity to talk down to men about their degrees, their comfy jobs, and how men are pathetic if they can't coast in life like they did.

    Also, what bothers more and more is that STEM fields are hiring more women with non related stem degrees to the STEM workforce as unqualified candidates. Meanwhile, young men with STEM degrees ask me what is the deal where they have to literally show up to the CEO's face at a professional ice breaker gathering just to have a chance for an interview for a low level entry position.

    What women with degrees fail to understand is that when you choose a degree over life experiences you need to accept you have a lot of catching up to do or you sacrifice a lot of your life for the pursuit of a degree.

    A lot of men that choose to continue into masters or doctorate programs accept this and grind hard.

    Many women on the other hand do not understand this and thus can not show empathy toward men with similar degrees. This is is because the experience in obtaining the degree is no the same between men and women.

    And for men without degrees trying to interact with the ivory tower princess with degrees turns into a nightmare scenario fast.

    Run Forest, run.
    My business degree taught me to never own my own business cause its hell . Its peanuts to advise for others , piece of cake . But never have your own somewhat biggish business .

    Cause its impotency and major heart problems by the time you are 35 .
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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Quote Originally Posted by Mikediver View Post
    I really think it is that the mothers and grandmothers of today don't know the good things that mothers and grandmothers used to teach. It is not a matter of choice. In the late 60s and 70s women were successfully brainwashed that all the wisdom of the past was just a tool to oppress them. They actively rejected everything their mothers and grandmothers tried to tell them. Now that they are the mothers and (mostly) grandmothers, they do not know anything that would help their daughters. All they know is feminist dogma. Even if they claim they are not feminists (anymore), the only world they know, and wisdom they have, is what feminism left standing. Their axioms are all feminist. Definition Axiom: "a universally accepted principle or rule. Logic, Mathematics: a proposition that is assumed without proof for the sake of studying the consequences that follow from it." Axioms are just beliefs arrived at without proof. They are not arrived at by reason, so reason can not refute them.

    Honestly, once lost, I have no idea how to restore such ancient wisdom for women. None of that female side of wisdom was ever written down. Women never wrote it down because they didn't want men to learn of their objectives and tactics. Deniability is a core value for women. We men can solve our own lost wisdom, such as the true nature of women, by studying ancient texts; such as the Bible and the Greek philosophers. We might even study what men thought older women used to teach younger women that worked for thousands of years. But that will accomplish nothing. No matter how effective and beneficial anything a man might say, it is pointless telling it to a woman. Since it is coming from a man, to her it is just meaningless noise. And that assumes she will even acknowledge that a man is speaking. Men might as well go tell their wisdom to a stone wall, it would accomplish just as much, and be more pleasant.


    Very insightful. I've never really thought about whether or not women have listened to me personally before. I always thought that they were listening avidly. But I don't think that now! Bloody spot on is that now I think about it. They stand there 'listening' alright, but they 'hear' nothing.

    Thanks

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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Quote Originally Posted by Alik Sakharov View Post
    My business degree taught me to never own my own business cause its hell . Its peanuts to advise for others , piece of cake . But never have your own somewhat biggish business .

    Cause its impotency and major heart problems by the time you are 35 .
    Your own small hustle is the shit . Somewhat more money than working for the company , your own schedule , no hired people to worry about and pay or you can pay them cash in hand sometimes . Of course you will have to work hard .

    And everybody is happy ...cause you will have to work horribly hard anyways be it working for someone or working for yourself .
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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Quote Originally Posted by Alik Sakharov View Post
    Your own small hustle is the shit . Somewhat more money than working for the company , your own schedule , no hired people to worry about and pay or you can pay them cash in hand sometimes . Of course you will have to work hard .

    And everybody is happy ...cause you will have to work horribly hard anyways be it working for someone or working for yourself .
    When you work for yourself you only work half time; any 12 hours a day, 7 days a week, you choose.

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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    boosting to ask something.....
    why aren't these women trying the local MENSA chapter??
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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Quote Originally Posted by Eiji View Post
    boosting to ask something.....
    why aren't these women trying the local MENSA chapter??
    Fuck, I'm in Mensa and we don't want them, either! Nobody likes a conceited, condescending know-it-all! Don't send them our way! LOL
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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    Fuck, I'm in Mensa and we don't want them, either! Nobody likes a conceited, condescending know-it-all! Don't send them our way! LOL
    Ha ha...BOOM...you just pissed off a million white knights and delusional twatz!
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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    The other reason these women don't try the local Mensa chapter or even engage with men in challenging majors such as the STEM fields is that they don't actually want to interact with intelligent men. They really want to have their victim status while chasing Chads. They certainly don't want to admit that the Chads only consider these women good enough for a pump and dump.


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