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    Re: Ponder this horrifying thought

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    Or she just stabs him with her horn.
    That creature he thought was a unicorn turned out to be a rhino instead!
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    Re: Ponder this horrifying thought

    There are guys out here who are incapable of living on their own or don't want to. They've never learned to cook, use a broom or even do their own laundry since the day they were born. This is because their mothers were stay at home moms who always coddled her "babies" and did everything for them while they lived in her house and that's how they grew up.
    Having not a clue of how to do any of these things, once they hit adulthood, the realization that they can't function sparks a desire to get married and have a woman replace the duties his mother performs. I'm not sure if its a survival instinct or they're just lazy. I'm leaning towards the latter. Everyone knows of the basement dweller meme, right? Well this is an example of this because this fat, lonely, incel basement dweller has his mother doing everything for him. The only way he's leaving is if he replaces his mother's function with his wife.
    Then the script flips because your wife now KNOWS that you can't live without her because you can't do anything on your own. Now she has you and you become the slave to her whim and fancy and all she has to do is maid duty and once-in-a-blue-moon sex.
    If you believe everything you hear is a lie, you have a 100% lie detection rate.
    The opposite holds true but I would rather be surprised by the truth than a lie.

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    Re: Ponder this horrifying thought

    Who hurt you?
    It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society." - Jiddu Krishnamurti

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    Re: Ponder this horrifying thought

    Quote Originally Posted by Juggernaut View Post
    There are guys out here who are incapable of living on their own or don't want to. They've never learned to cook, use a broom or even do their own laundry since the day they were born. This is because their mothers were stay at home moms who always coddled her "babies" and did everything for them while they lived in her house and that's how they grew up.
    Having not a clue of how to do any of these things, once they hit adulthood, the realization that they can't function sparks a desire to get married and have a woman replace the duties his mother performs. I'm not sure if its a survival instinct or they're just lazy. I'm leaning towards the latter. Everyone knows of the basement dweller meme, right? Well this is an example of this because this fat, lonely, incel basement dweller has his mother doing everything for him. The only way he's leaving is if he replaces his mother's function with his wife.
    Then the script flips because your wife now KNOWS that you can't live without her because you can't do anything on your own. Now she has you and you become the slave to her whim and fancy and all she has to do is maid duty and once-in-a-blue-moon sex.
    I had friends who's mom had a rough childhood. They didn't get away with murder, nor were they spoiled with material goods. But they'd say things like "mom, where's my socks?" I'll get e'm she'd say, and off she'd go. My mom would of told me the socks are where they always are.

    Some of the things you describe have roots in how things used to be.

    Long ago in small town America, you could be single easy. But throw kids into the mix and you couldn't make it on your own. You had to have help, cause you had to be at work before the kids left for school. You might not be off work when they got home either. Guys worked lots a hours back then, and employers gave no slack for kids or anything else. One boss used to say "your meat on the seat, or your feet on the street."

    Blue collar women were not really a thing back then. So if a woman wasn't a clerk, nurse, teacher or some other traditional role, she was out a luck job wise. If they couldn't do, or didn't want a traditional woman's job, homemaker was about all that was left.

    Everybody did it a little different. Some couples had one rule. If it was outside the house, it was the man's job. If indoors, it was the woman's responsibility. It was mostly a joke, though some couples took it serious. For my parents it was a rough guideline, though there was some crossover.
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