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    Womens obsession for useless furnitures

    Men unless old, rich and bored usually buy goods according to their real world use and utility, hardly a useless ineffective object is bought for the pleasure of owning it especially if its supposed to have a use.

    It all changes when its cupcake to take charge about furnishing the house, there the cost explodes, that piece of furniture is big, cumbersome and you cant do much with it but its stylish. The curtains are not thermal and dont properly block the light but they match with the sofa which is itself not that comfortable or soft but matches with the curtains.

    A man primal drive is to get the most efficiency at the lower cost, the womans primal drive is "what will the guests think". I already experiences 3 married friends in that phase, it all takes their wives to meet a stylish interior decorator and the amount of useless stuff bought multiplies and so do the money spent on it.

    I start to believe its still a further bug.

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    Re: Womens obsession for useless furnitures

    When I was eating at the bar last night, I became engaged in conversation with this bint. She just could not comprehend why I am getting rid of everything that is not needed. The look on her face when I told her my living room decor consists of two kayaks, one paddle board, and a motorcycle was priceless.

    She did tell me about the newly opened Habitat for Humanity thrift shop where contractors dump their surplus materials. It's in the hood, but I'm going to make it a point to stop by periodically as I restore my home. I'm a skinflint.
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    Re: Womens obsession for useless furnitures

    I get that too. Sometimes had chicks coming to my place, and since wimminz have a hive mind, it didn't come as a surprise when one of the first two or three things they said was "yup, this really is a man's apartment". You won't find any nonsense here. I've got a bunch of plants because I like them. I use the old curtains I bought back in 2008 as somewhat of a decoration on the sides of the window, because else you'd see boring white wall. I did match two or three things by color (roller blind/sunblind is the same color as the pillows in my couch) because fuck you, that's why.

    Other than that it's pretty simple: a couple of book cases, my desk with the computer, two tables for the bird cages, coffee table, couch, lamps, an extra chair, game/movie posters on the wall and that was it. No dumb knick knacks that only get dusty and serve no purpose.

    Two of those chicks offered me to rearrange and refurbish stuff to make it look more appealing to THEM, but I kept saying no. One wouldn't shut up about it, so I simply said "one more word about this and you can walk out the door again." She stopped. Whew.
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    Re: Womens obsession for useless furnitures

    Women will fill an entire property with 10's of thousands of useless items, clutter, mementos and keepsakes, lining every wall, window, and corner!

    Men will fill their 2nd bathroom with antique auto parts slated for a restoration, and every tool and machine imaginable filling his garage, basement, and storage sheds. He has cool things like a bucks head and rack mounted to the wall in his garage with real slay bells wrapped around its neck, I wanna put red LED's on his nose like Rudolph!
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    Re: Womens obsession for useless furnitures

    I believe beyond the use of her womb, anything external a woman does is to fill an inner void to a point of self-depricating narrative where she is good for nothing more than sex.
    Average women are plugged in the normie narrative like simps are. They can't derive meaning from useful activities or internal belief system. So they lean back on approval of others through material gains.
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    It must be instinct. One of the dirty secrets of country living was all the bored housewives who went crazy buying crap from the home shopping networks when they started. You wouldn't think a network that's all commercials would succeed, but they did. As usual, the husband never saw there was a problem till the damage was done. Don't know how things are now, but this was a thing when the shopping networks were new.
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    Re: Womens obsession for useless furnitures

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackal View Post
    Men unless old, rich and bored usually buy goods according to their real world use and utility, hardly a useless ineffective object is bought for the pleasure of owning it especially if its supposed to have a use.
    Men have hobbies and do collect things.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackal View Post
    It all changes when its cupcake to take charge about furnishing the house,
    But, it's uncommon for men to make a hobby of their home decoration. They might spend money on the home, but it will be a new deck, or garage, or roof, or maybe even fireplace. Not cushions. Maybe track lighting.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackal View Post
    The curtains are not thermal and dont properly block the light but they match with the sofa which is itself not that comfortable or soft but matches with the curtains.
    Nice.

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    Re: Womens obsession for useless furnitures

    I can't afford the best of everything so much of my stuff's bush league. But not all. The chainsaws pro grade even though the backyard model would serve my needs. There's a few dozen high quality pocket knives, and the mechanics toolbox is full of good stuff. The leatherwork toolbox is even better. Except for a heavy sewing machine it has everything a professional leatherworker could want. In a Gerstner machinists chest no less. I got three top quality riding suits, not counting the tailored deerskin jacket in the closet.

    So yeah, I like good stuff when I can afford it. Long as you don't end up in the poorhouse I see nothing wrong with it. Thing is though, I don't expect to have the best of everything, and I don't do it to impress anyone.
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    Re: Womens obsession for useless furnitures

    I for one prefer deluxe surroundings in my home. My place get's compliments all the time. I decorated my living room to resemble an old school British men's club. Dark green leather chairs. Tweed Chesterfield sofa. Dark mahogany bookcases filled with books. Mahogany end tables and mantel clock. Antique prints in antique frames on the walls. Makes you want to put on your smoking jacket, best slippers, light a cigar, and sip some brandy. No sir I've got no problem spoiling myself.

    So what's the difference between me and some twat?

    Except for my sofa, TV, and rug everything in the room was purchased used at yard sales or resale stores. Over time. Not in one fell swoop with the credit card like cupcake would. My new sofa was bought at the lumber yard/home center for $350 with a $50 mail in rebate to make it $300. It's the same stuff you see in the stores. Most furniture is now made in China and shipped here. The furniture stores charge more because they can. The rug was a discounted close out home center find.

    If you totaled all of it up I'd bet I'm under $600 in the whole room, including the drapes, rug and pictures on the wall. Not counting my books.

    You can have great style and not spend yourself into credit card debt. It takes patience and attention to money. Cupcake can't be bothered with any of that frugal, slow gratification stuff. Moar Moar Moar Now Now Now the female mantra.
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    Re: Womens obsession for useless furnitures

    I couldn't help but to chuckle at this. My mom and a former good lady friend of mine have that same habit and it would annoy the shit out of me. Makes me glad I have my own personal place. I do have to admit I have inherited SOME of their traits, I have a quaint collection of tech, figurines and sports memorabilia in a couple of places. I'm not old or super rich but I do get bored at times.

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    Re: Womens obsession for useless furnitures

    Quote Originally Posted by JaydenJazz View Post
    I couldn't help but to chuckle at this. My mom and a former good lady friend of mine have that same habit and it would annoy the shit out of me. Makes me glad I have my own personal place. I do have to admit I have inherited SOME of their traits, I have a quaint collection of tech, figurines and sports memorabilia in a couple of places. I'm not old or super rich but I do get bored at times.
    When I get bored, I go off and try to find a nice, peaceful, blue-pill web forum where I can contribute a strong opinion that will agitate the shit out of everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kru-kut View Post
    When I get bored, I go off and try to find a nice, peaceful, blue-pill web forum where I can contribute a strong opinion that will agitate the shit out of everyone.
    You mean shit in their punch bowl?

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    Re: Womens obsession for useless furnitures

    Quote Originally Posted by kru-kut View Post
    When I get bored, I go off and try to find a nice, peaceful, blue-pill web forum where I can contribute a strong opinion that will agitate the shit out of everyone.
    There's only so many of them. All it takes is one semi-triggering post for some butthurt mod to ban you. My favorite one was when I was barred from the Occupy Democrats facebook page when I posted "MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE! America the beautiful!" and this was around the aftermath of the 2016 election so you can tell those snowflakes weren't having it.

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    Re: Womens obsession for useless furnitures

    The widow who used to live next door just had to have a vaulted ceiling in the kitchen. It's looks great, but where's all the heat? Twenty feet up, that's where. You suppose that's why it had an ugly ceiling to start with? She picked flooring that resembles stone, its not flat. Looks like a right dirtcatcher, but we're styling. The yards full of plants set so mowing is twice the work it could be. But before hubby died she wasn't running the mower, was she? Anyway, style trumped practicality every time with this one.

    The champ though, was a couple who lived there years ago. They was doing alright till the wife's daughter moved back east. After moping around for a month she says she cant bear to live so far from her daughter. She's moving to the Midwest come hell or high water. So her husband sucked it up and moved her over halfway across the country. He returns here to tie up loose ends before eventually rejoining his wife. It didn't work out like that though. Wifey had done no research, and alas, she don't like the Midwest. So her long suffering husband moved her brain dead ass back to the left coast where they remained married for maybe two more years. You cant say he didn't try.

    It's probably crap, but the house next door seems to have a divorce curse on it. Almost every couple who's lived there has split up. One guy twice, to the same women no less. The present neighbors as safe, their not married to begin with.
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    Re: Womens obsession for useless furnitures

    I will say I enjoyed throwing out all the curtains. I hate the things. Window blinds are enough. Besides my workout equipment I think my home office is my only furniture excess, and it is more up the technical alleyway. Not decorative. Though in a few years I will be getting a chair instead of a couch.

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    I noticed the same back when I was married. When my ex and I moved into this gigantic rental home (we couldn't even afford to heat it, honestly) that we got at a murderous steal, stuff just started to accumulate. Tons of stuff.. An overwhelming amount of stuff. She would often claim about the house being a disaster, but there was literally nowhere left to put any of it, and it kept piling up. I remember one time I spent two entire days clearing out and organizing the basement. I hauled off 9 heaping truckloads worth of clutter, really gave it an effort. I was really pretty proud of it, because having organized places calms the mind. I went to visit a friend that afternoon, and when I got back..

    It was totaled. Completely fucking totaled. She had decided to reorganize her craft room (because so much shit was piled in there that you could barely open the door) and naturally got tired and stopped shortly after demolishing the basement. It was borderline impassable, and no.. she never finished the job in the craft room. All she accomplished was undoing everything I had worked for. After that I never really made any more efforts to clear up the house. It was a bad move on her part. But who got the blame?

    Anyways... I gotta say that I quite like internal decor, particularly of a nautical scheme. Back before I lost it all fleeing those con-artists, I had slowly and cheaply gathered an entire apartment setup, simply because I liked it. Everyone who saw it loved it, too. I would llike to do so again, but I'm still looking for a motorhome, so decor is gonna have to wait. I gotta say... losing my decor was one of the most painful parts of getting cleaned out by those con-artists. As I've said before, a personal motif can sometimes help a person organize their thoughts and symbolic direction; so losing it can be disquieting. This may just be a "Me" thing... but I doubt it is.

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    Re: Womens obsession for useless furnitures

    Most women are just thrilled with spending all of the money, they get genuine joy out of going and staying broke. For people so obsessed with security, they sure as hell have no idea how to get there.

    My pet peeve is people constantly buying new cars, the worst thing you can do with money. I love laughing in my normie friends' faces when they insist I buy a new car because my current one, bought new and in excellent condition, is six years old now. Not gonna happen, bro, if I lived like you I'd be broke like you. I love watching my investments go up way more than self-closing doors and lane keep assist.

    Another couple is about to drop five figures on a kitchen remodel because the harpy insists it looks "so 2005". Right after they get back from their Spanish holiday of course. You'd think they're rich but the guy had to beg for money for his birthday so he could buy a 150 € used VR headset. But hey, blue pill simps keep the world going round, more power to them.
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    Re: Womens obsession for useless furnitures

    Quote Originally Posted by I'm Gone View Post
    Most women are just thrilled with spending all of the money, they get genuine joy out of going and staying broke. For people so obsessed with security, they sure as hell have no idea how to get there.

    My pet peeve is people constantly buying new cars, the worst thing you can do with money. I love laughing in my normie friends' faces when they insist I buy a new car because my current one, bought new and in excellent condition, is six years old now. Not gonna happen, bro, if I lived like you I'd be broke like you. I love watching my investments go up way more than self-closing doors and lane keep assist.

    Another couple is about to drop five figures on a kitchen remodel because the harpy insists it looks "so 2005". Right after they get back from their Spanish holiday of course. You'd think they're rich but the guy had to beg money for his birthday so he could buy a 150 € used VR headset. But hey, blue pill simps keep the world going round, more power to them.
    We're cut from the same cloth! I just got finished rebuilding my transmission and timing belt on a truck I've kept too long, I got it when it was 7 and now its 22 years old! DAMN! I also finished rebuilding my car! Both run like a champ and are now reliable! I did it in spite of a property sale (to a woman) that went south with all her promises! The plan was to replace the truck but my lack of trust and faith in women moved me to work within my means, so now I have a good running truck I'll need to empty out that property and put it back on the market and hopefully sell it before I loose it to taxes! Thanks lady, I'm glad I don't trust a single motherfucking one of you, otherwise I'd be fucked!

    It wouldn't bother me the least if a female killing virus wiped them all out!

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    Re: Womens obsession for useless furnitures

    Quote Originally Posted by I'm Gone View Post
    Most women are just thrilled with spending all of the money, they get genuine joy out of going and staying broke. For people so obsessed with security, they sure as hell have no idea how to get there.

    My pet peeve is people constantly buying new cars, the worst thing you can do with money. I love laughing in my normie friends' faces when they insist I buy a new car because my current one, bought new and in excellent condition, is six years old now. Not gonna happen, bro, if I lived like you I'd be broke like you. I love watching my investments go up way more than self-closing doors and lane keep assist.

    Another couple is about to drop five figures on a kitchen remodel because the harpy insists it looks "so 2005". Right after they get back from their Spanish holiday of course. You'd think they're rich but the guy had to beg for money for his birthday so he could buy a 150 € used VR headset. But hey, blue pill simps keep the world going round, more power to them.
    Reminded me of this article.
    Captain Capitalism: The "Minimalism" Threat

    Women want stuff. Men hate stuff. This is no better highlighted by comparing a bachelor pad to a bachelorette pad. A (true) bachelor pad is sparse. It's functional. Nothing matches. Nothing goes with anything else. All items were a potpourri of hand me downs, Goodwill purchases and charitable donations. The couch is for sitting on, not looking at. The table is for eating on, not looking at. The bed is for sleeping on, not looking at. And if you're a really good bachelor you will eat, sleep and sit on your couch, making the bed and table obsolete. Sure there may be the occasional nice thing (primarily your TV or LCD projection and computer), but for the most part a true bachelor spends no more than $2,000 on non-electronic stuff.

    Not only would demand for non-durable consumer items tank, the housing market itself would tank. Men need nowhere near the size of a house as women do. This in part because we don't have as much stuff that needs storage, we (frankly) don't want children AND we view the house as merely a place to sleep and retire to from work. ie-our lives are outside the home, while women's spending habits (no matter what they keep contending) proves the majority of their lives are still inside the home. The suburbs I doubt would even exist if it were up to men. We'd have the city center, apartment buildings and condos, and then for our rural brothers small towns with wood cabins in the forest. Vast swathes of 10,000 sqft McMansions used to impress the Suburban Princess Suzie McQue's of the world would not exist.

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    Re: Womens obsession for useless furnitures

    Quote Originally Posted by ChauvinistPig View Post
    When I was eating at the bar last night, I became engaged in conversation with this bint. She just could not comprehend why I am getting rid of everything that is not needed. The look on her face when I told her my living room decor consists of two kayaks, one paddle board, and a motorcycle was priceless.

    She did tell me about the newly opened Habitat for Humanity thrift shop where contractors dump their surplus materials. It's in the hood, but I'm going to make it a point to stop by periodically as I restore my home. I'm a skinflint.
    Habitat is extremely expensive for what it is. Take it from a dad who had to furnish kid's rooms at the divorced daddy condo. You can do much better on CL or FB pages.

    Still go and check it out, your experience may differ.
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