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    Rode the CC to 33, no takers, bought herself a diamond ring

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    ""My boyfriend and I were nowhere close to getting engaged when we ended things a month ago. It was a smooth parting of ways—two adults looking into each other's eyes under the Brooklyn night sky, telling each other we liked each other a lot but knew we weren't ultimately compatible. It had been a little over four months, and at 33, I realized it was one of my longest relationships."""

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    Re: Rode the CC to 33, no takers, bought herself a diamond ring

    The article reads like a love story in which she is left disappointed, but she really wanted to do her very best to keep the relationship.

    When in fact, she:

    mutually ended the relationship.
    wasn't too excited about the guy.
    simply not interested in committed long term relationship.

    She kept talking about someone buying her a ring to make the world 'revolve' around her and as a sign that she is 'cared' for.

    So basically, we have a spoilt brat who is mistaking social status and fancy jewellery for 'care' and 'love'.

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    Re: Rode the CC to 33, no takers, bought herself a diamond ring

    The byline has her listed as writing for the Man Repeller. I think I know the reason why her longest relationship was 4 months. /sarc

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    Re: Rode the CC to 33, no takers, bought herself a diamond ring

    From the article:

    Even though our breakup was mutual, I still felt an emptiness. I thought of my friend whose boyfriend recently bought her a gorgeous ring. I was jealous. Happy for her, sure, but it’s perfectly possible to feel happiness and envy at the same time.
    Envy for the ring. The ring. The ring. Gotta have it.

    I wanted someone to love me so much that they would buy me something beautiful that I didn’t think I deserved.
    He was just the means to an end.

    It had never occurred to me that I could just buy one for myself
    Wow.

    A week later I was sitting with a friend admiring the multiple diamonds stacked on her left ring finger. “I just got this,” I said, flashing my own ring finger, the diamonds and emeralds glittering in the afternoon light. “I love it,” she exclaimed. So do I.
    Well, what else is her friend gonna say? But, I bet she's thinking, "Oh, how sad," then, "My ring is much prettier than hers."
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    Re: Rode the CC to 33, no takers, bought herself a diamond ring

    Now she needs to find a man to marry transferring the debt of her frivolous purchases to, then divorce-rape.

    Single men with disposable income buying themselves whatever they desire without intervention or criticism.

    Single whimyn racking up impossible debt to keep appearances of happiness while in despair of failing to secure a husbank like all her spread-leg friends.

    Man, retires wealthy with lots of toys. Satisfied he lived a good life. Zero regrets on successfully avoiding the pitfalls of the marriage scam.

    Whimyn, stinking of cat piss, working low level jobs (Walmart door greeter) until death. Having never planned to be self sufficient. Clinging to an unrealistic self-assessed SMV well past the wall crash, always holding hope that a white knight would rescue her from poverty.
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    Re: Rode the CC to 33, no takers, bought herself a diamond ring

    Holy freaking shitballs. You know all that "emotional work" that women do? That all we men are supposed to be so grovellingly grateful for? You wanna know what that "work " actually is?

    In my last relationship, I worked overtime. When he took a while to respond to my text, I let go of the fear that he didn’t like me and leaned into the fact that I knew he did. When he was busy, I didn’t take it personally; I made my own plans. When I felt an existential sadness, I reminded myself that I sometimes felt this way before him too. I slowly learned how to trust myself and trust the relationship and remained positive even though my fear of it ending eventually came true.
    That's it. That's the "emotional work". It's her managing her fucked-up internal emotions and fucked-up expectations. She doesn't freak out like an abandoned baby when you take ten minutes to reply to one of her endless stream of texts (because you have an actual job with responsibilities that require your time and attention), so give the lady a hand!

    Even though our breakup was mutual, I still felt an emptiness. I thought of my friend whose boyfriend recently bought her a gorgeous ring. I was jealous.
    Christ. Never really wanted a b/f, just wanted a diamond ring. I can't even.

    I’ve often looked at other women’s hands and the glittering rocks delicately perched on their left ring finger—a status symbol, a constant reminder to them and to the world that they are loved.
    "Being loved" is a status symbol. Because status, among women, is all about how much resource they can get from men.

    One click, and the ring—my symbol from me to me that I am loved—was mine.
    So much to unpack! "One click". Yet in all this there's something interesting: will the fact that she herself can afford this ring give her the same status as having her hooks in a man who can afford it? Will women finally join us men on the makin' money treadmill? Will women begin to admire and emulate other women who are wealthy, simply because wealth?

    We all know that women get bored in relationships. I wonder if this woman is going to find herself clicking for a newer, shinier ring, a bigger, better deal every six months? I wonder if it will last any longer than any of her multiple, multiple boyfriends?

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    Re: Rode the CC to 33, no takers, bought herself a diamond ring

    I kind of read at the article.
    I sum it up like this 33 and can hear that clock ticking loud. Excuses for riding the CC. Way to indoctrinated into the feminist bullshit to change buys ring in attempt to ease her subconscious.

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    That's great that she's buying herself a ring. Next, maybe she can try buying her own dinners, her own drinks, and her own house...

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    Re: Rode the CC to 33, no takers, bought herself a diamond ring

    She should have saved the $$$ for boxed wine, cat food and C-size batteries.
    Fucking salty tears. Women are such weak cunts. My children have more intestinal fortitude.
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    Re: Rode the CC to 33, no takers, bought herself a diamond ring

    Lucky him! Another man has a brush with spiritual death and a life fulled with misery, and doesn't even know it!

    I look at female prospects and think; gee, what wonderful bag of bullshit do you bring? I'm never disappointed!
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    This woman is completely clueless. Age 33, spent her entire 20's focusing on her writing "career", lives in NYC, and four months is one of the longest relationships she's ever had. What a joke. The best part is, she cares more about the stupid ring than the fact that she is past her prime and will most likely die alone.

    I actually hope this trend continues. The more women marry their careers, the fewer divorces and single mothers there will be. At least this way the only life she ruins is her own.

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    Re: Rode the CC to 33, no takers, bought herself a diamond ring

    Quote Originally Posted by Xanthine View Post
    This woman is completely clueless. Age 33, spent her entire 20's focusing on her writing "career", lives in NYC, and four months is one of the longest relationships she's ever had. What a joke. The best part is, she cares more about the stupid ring than the fact that she is past her prime and will most likely die alone.

    I actually hope this trend continues. The more women marry their careers, the fewer divorces and single mothers there will be. At least this way the only life she ruins is her own.
    Lets say her average relationshit was 2 months @ 15 years in the game, that's 90 rides on the cock carousel not counting any cheating! Just do the math on these worthless trollops to calculate the risk factor!

    What did she expect? LTR's on the cock carousel? Myself I gave up with longer and longer intervals where I wasn't willing to ride, it was like each turn left me with greater disdain than the previous ride, leading to this, my greatest span refusing to ride since 1997, half a lifetime ago, I don't regret it, I'm certain it saved my life!

    With each passing day the carousel ages and has come to resemble the Ferris wheel in Pripiat Ukraine, Chernobyl exclusion zone. The women I once knew still board that carousel and their bodies look like hell! Decades of self abuse has also taken it's toll on their nasty dispositions. May as well eat uranium!
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    Re: Rode the CC to 33, no takers, bought herself a diamond ring

    Oh I'm sure her notch count is astronomical; that much goes without even saying.

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    Re: Rode the CC to 33, no takers, bought herself a diamond ring

    My question is this: Did she buy the ring because she wanted the ring, end of story, or did she buy the ring because she wanted what it represents and knew she can never have. I'm pretty sure it was the latter -- a way to obtain (and I hate this word) "closure." Perhaps even a way to shut down part of herself that's disappointed her over and over and over again. In other words, I think the purchase was a sign of self-recognition and surrender to the inevitable. Rather bittersweet, I'd wager. Not just the purchase, but slipping it on every day. What a great way to sandpaper a hurting heart.

    Hm... let's run with that for a moment. Subconsciously, was that her intent all along, to remind herself every day that her batting average is zero, the reasons may lie largely inside herself, and to punish herself daily for it? When I say subconsciously, I mean that literally: a notion that would never enter her imagination, and that she'd strongly object to if it were ever suggested to her.

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    Re: Rode the CC to 33, no takers, bought herself a diamond ring

    If she just wanted the ring, she probably would of worn it on another finger.

    Screwy as she is, she didn't depend on a man for her sparkles. Since she did that, it makes me suspicious of her whole story. But who knows, it could a happened.
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    Re: Rode the CC to 33, no takers, bought herself a diamond ring

    Coach Adams had a video taken down by youtube. It was a pretty innocent one, no youtube violations of content. The video dealt with the inability of women who have rode the CC to pair bond. This woman after 15 years on the CC must have a high body count, and the thought that men now know she cant pair bond must infuriate her and/or women like her.
    Maybe the ring is symbol, a lure, for men to see she can pair bond?? Its a wedding ring on the right hand, I would assume she is divorced, maybe after a 10 yr marriage. With a 100-200 body count , even blue pill men will give her little value. Maybe she thinks it will lure men in, or is a symbol to men that she can still pair bond?

    For the young men here , even if you find a low body count unicorn in her early 20s, the pair bond wears off. The same danger is there, it is just delayed until you have worked hard enough for her to cash in on a divorcerape

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    Re: Rode the CC to 33, no takers, bought herself a diamond ring

    Quote Originally Posted by Xanthine View Post
    This woman is completely clueless. Age 33, spent her entire 20's focusing on her writing "career", lives in NYC, and four months is one of the longest relationships she's ever had. What a joke. The best part is, she cares more about the stupid ring than the fact that she is past her prime and will most likely die alone.

    I actually hope this trend continues. The more women marry their careers, the fewer divorces and single mothers there will be. At least this way the only life she ruins is her own.
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    Re: Rode the CC to 33, no takers, bought herself a diamond ring

    Would one call that a "PARTICIPANT" ring??
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    Re: Rode the CC to 33, no takers, bought herself a diamond ring

    I wanted someone to love me so much that they would buy me something beautiful that I didn’t think I deserved.
    This is the crux of it all isn't it? The only edit I would make is that she knows she doesn't deserve it, and yet she wants it anyway. Is this not the way of life?


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