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    When women fish for validation

    Went to the main office to drop off some paperwork to the head acct manager. Within 5 minutes, out of the blue she says she is budgeting for a facelift. I thought she meant the office, so I said it would look better(LOL). She meant she is budgeting for a facelift for herself. This is a sexual harassment trap. She is early 50s, divorced, desperately looking, face looks good, but I wanted to say the OBVIOUS join a gym and lose some weight but I bit my tongue

    Anyways, her face is her best asset, but I didn't validate it. I just said good luck and changed the subject back to work

    I bring this up because its easy for men get trapped into saying something. Look at the resignation of Commissioner Ross in Philadelphia today due to harassment allegations. In his position, he cant avoid dealing with women daily. In the gynocentric work environment, they can catch him on anything

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    Re: When women fish for validation

    Good on you for spotting it. Just watch your back, you did not take the obvious bait, but it will not be the last offering.

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    Re: When women fish for validation

    It never ceases to amaze me the kind of personal baggage women like to drop at work. That's part of what makes it so hard to avoid situations where something you say could be conceived as sexual harassment. It's not like men are just walking around saying inappropriate things all the time; that would be women. If you even engage them in discussion, there's like a 100% chance she will bring up some personal details about her life. That's how a lot of men get caught.

    If you work with women, NEVER EVER say ANYTHING about her appearance. I mean literally anything. Don't say her outfit or hair looks nice. Don't even say that her eyes are blue or her shoes are orange. Say nothing, or change the subject as FrankS expertly did. I always try to keep any discussions as brief as possible and strictly work related, and if they bring anything personal up (which they always do) just quickly change the subject back to work, or just find some pressing business that you suddenly need to take care of.

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    Re: When women fish for validation

    When interacting with most women over 30 you have to really pause before you speak or respond. That is something I have learned over many, many years of experience. A lot of times I will say "I did not hear what you said" to ensure that I am hearing it correctly or it is rephrased in a way that is more clear the second time around.

    Female language can be brief as it is a series of strung together thoughts. So, the conversation is often ambiguous because that is how they are used to talking to total strangers (eg men) as protective mechanism. So, often that type of language will carry over into talking to people that they know or work with often.

    Women under 30 don't hang onto every word you say as they are more interested in the flow of conversation. The only women that are remotely like that are 70+ years old but by then these women are unrestrained in their thoughts and ideas so they let it all spill out (eg dating a new BF as soon as my husband died).

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    Re: When women fish for validation

    Women think the digitally altered fantasy Facebook avatar and dating site head shot IS who they are. Women upload themselves to a digital hive now, and they only need representation by an avatar. They are as pretty as that avatar seems, to them, to be. The men they fuck in the real world -however- cannot be a pretty avatar or creative head shot. He still needs to be 100% human and 100% awesome. I know this one woman from my kid's daycare who came up as a "people you may know" on Facebook due to some school or daycare related thing. Her avatar makes her look like some goddess when in reality she has an average face, a fat body and the career of cranking out kids for child support and welfare. She just cranked out her *fifth* kid and was moving into a larger place to house everyone. The last guy was essentially a sperm donor and financial resource - 18-25 years of child support now. These women have bank rolling in from a half-dozen different sources. This particular b1tch's job title is "full time mom"...

    The cognitive dissonance, delusion, narcissism and hypocrisy of the Western female is now completely beyond measure.

    They have the attitudes of gods without having a single even remotely godlike attribute about them. Just a fake digitally modified avatar that doesn't even represent their actual looks, and a complete absence of the physical body. Why worry about whether or not people accept fat and blubbery bodies when you can just exclude your body from your own life? I recall one article on health and beauty (men's magazine) that read: "You are not your head." But this is exactly what women are now. They come out of hair salons and make-up studios with, at best, a good looking head. The body it's attached to - that they can completely ignore. It's just something they wish to include in their profile. Now when they DO have a nice body, their profiles look like a model portfolio.

    In another example, I have the misfortune of knowing a radical feminist who is VERY big on fat acceptance because she had a pretty nice face, a "thick" body but the lower half of a hippopotamus. As such, she gets fucked and chucked alot. These men don't care about shapely legs, just access to her mucous hole. Or maybe she only puts her pretty head shots on Tinder - that's probably it. And she REALLY hates men now because they expect more than a nice avatar. Her rationale for being fat is that we all get old and ugly one day anyways, and we all die anyways. Does she apply this same leniency to her would-be male partners? LOL. Of course not.

    And women wonder why men fuck and chuck and avoid all this mis-representation and drama? Last example. I did mini-golf with my kids a few days back. This, of course, draws couples. I have never in my life seen a more laughable site. Average, decent looking, reasonably fit guys with fat little porkers. These guys are either victims of the "pretty face avatar" game, or they're just that fucking thirsty.

    Either way, I got a real kick out of watching these guys keep the grimace off of their face. I wonder what they made of the Jack Nicholson "joker" smile I gave them.

    Poor blue-pill bastards. LOLOLOL.

    So what does this have to do with women getting validation?

    HEY! Check out my new Facebook photo / avatar thingy!
    Wow!
    Awesome!
    UR beautiful!
    Beautiful Babe!
    So pretty!
    Hey, hit me up!
    Amazing!

    And that's it. That's all she needs to "seal in" her false self. A bunch of "likes" and praise from equally deluded people.
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    Re: When women fish for validation

    I don't know how gynocentric your office is - mine isn't so gynocentric. But I would advise keeping things professional at work. Outside of work too - always be professional and well mannered with women - because they are spiteful and at the smallest disastifcation will seek vengeance.


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