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    Re: You're missing out

    Quote Originally Posted by Isaiah4:1 View Post
    Meh. Speak for yourself.
    I never wanted kids. Have never had the desire to sire any.
    I valued peace, quiet and solitude long before i took the red pill.
    LOL
    I was at work today while my (blue-pill) colleague was on vacation at home (2 little kids)

    Our phone conversation today took ap. +50% of the time because his kids were annoying and loud.

    When I asked him about that he said: "Be glad, today they have a good day"

    Ah .. at home, me and my Mac, silence .. golden

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    I am not going to pick at the scar's that marriage and having a family left on my soul,well what's left of it but I gave 15 of my prime year's to waste,who can afford that?

    Before finding the manosphere I was a seething angry mess,angry at the man I perceived to have stolen my family.Now I know better thanks to the knowledge gained from the mgtow community I know that he has taken a bullet for me,the big mortgage round his neck for the next 20 years could well have been my plight,she took the modest house I provided for breakfast,she now has her sights on a 6 course meal that is the 6 bedroom house they live in.

    Briffualts law,ok so I wasted my prime on marriage but Captain save a hoe saved my arse unintentionally,point being you are missing out on an ocean of debt being overworked under appreciated and heading for destitution as your reward.

    I am one of the lucky men who survived,a few of my friends met thier ends to a noose,it is that real,chose life,you would be missing a lot more dangling from a rope.

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    Re: You're missing out

    Quote Originally Posted by skeezerbreezer View Post
    I am not going to pick at the scar's that marriage and having a family left on my soul,well what's left of it but I gave 15 of my prime year's to waste,who can afford that?

    Before finding the manosphere I was a seething angry mess,angry at the man I perceived to have stolen my family.Now I know better thanks to the knowledge gained from the mgtow community I know that he has taken a bullet for me,the big mortgage round his neck for the next 20 years could well have been my plight,she took the modest house I provided for breakfast,she now has her sights on a 6 course meal that is the 6 bedroom house they live in.

    Briffualts law,ok so I wasted my prime on marriage but Captain save a hoe saved my arse unintentionally,point being you are missing out on an ocean of debt being overworked under appreciated and heading for destitution as your reward.

    I am one of the lucky men who survived,a few of my friends met thier ends to a noose,it is that real,chose life,you would be missing a lot more dangling from a rope.
    Debt`s and wasted life noose is more scary than a real one .
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    Ha, its funny how you learn to appreciate the men that your ex's left you for, once you realize the score. It was like that with my very first lgtr, the poor sucker that took cupcake off my hands got her preggo in two months, married her the very next. Next I heard from a mutual acquaintance, she "miscarries" right after the wedding, they move out to the capital looking for jobs, she sits on her ass all day every day, unable to hold even a serving job, and eventually he sends her back to her parents house so he can actually live on his meager paycheck and save some money, instead of spending it all on her shoes.

    Shockingly, I'm actually ok missing out on that shit. Also, I feel that I owe that man a beer. Or ten.

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    Re: You're missing out

    Quote Originally Posted by SpaceMonkey View Post
    Ha, its funny how you learn to appreciate the men that your ex's left you for, once you realize the score. It was like that with my very first lgtr, the poor sucker that took cupcake off my hands got her preggo in two months, married her the very next. Next I heard from a mutual acquaintance, she "miscarries" right after the wedding, they move out to the capital looking for jobs, she sits on her ass all day every day, unable to hold even a serving job, and eventually he sends her back to her parents house so he can actually live on his meager paycheck and save some money, instead of spending it all on her shoes.

    Shockingly, I'm actually ok missing out on that shit. Also, I feel that I owe that man a beer. Or ten.
    It's like a foreign grad student I courted while we were both working on her degrees. She flirts with me, I fall for her, and, one day, I find her with her boyfriend in the lab. (They were decent when I walked through the door, however.)

    I stupidly wasted a lot of time trying to get her to dump him, but I should have known better.

    Move the clock ahead a few years. She's now a tenured professor at a university in another part of the country. Their daughter, born 2 or 3 months after their wedding (perhaps conducted with firearms present....), is now 15. She's in her mid-40s and is starting to look like her mother. By now, she's probably realized that her husband is still the same idiot he was when he was her boyfriend, something I spotted almost right away.

    It would please me, when they have an argument (of couse, she'd deny they have any), if she tells him that maybe she should have married me instead.... Better him than me, right?

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    Re: You're missing out

    Women can never experience long lasting happiness satisfaction is an itch that they can never scratch, and men now have no way of defending themsleves from long term psychological abuse. In this particular instance sleepwalking can get you killed or seriously hurt. You tell yourself I'm missing something Tiger! but don't keep mommy waiting you know how it makes her......angry.

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    Re: You're missing out

    Quote Originally Posted by ubermensch View Post
    We're missing out on what marriage, having children and a family were supposed to be.

    With the man as the head of the household.

    By abstaining from the cheap imitation that's on offer now, one will miss out on emasculation, divorce theft and having one's children and life's work taken from them.

    Ergo, by going your own way, you're missing out on a lot of pain and suffering.

    Personally, I would have liked to have had a traditional family. But that's quite simply no longer possible.

    So I choose to make the best of a bad situation.
    Fascinatingly enough, as a human male, be it a man, or a teenager or a boy, I have never wanted this. I have always wanted, to varying degrees, fast cars, large houses, fancy sciencey or scholarly job such as an astronomer or archeologist, the latest tech gadget, video games and hot pussy to fuck.

    This is me. Always have been. Hence probably why I never fit in the blue pill world and when I was introduced to the red pill and MGTOW, got it and gravitated to it really quickly.

    I mean now I no longer want pussy since the juice is not worth the squeeze, I do not care for a large house since I prefer an nice apartment in the city, I like fast high tech cars as opposed to fast polluting gas guzzlers (i8 & Model S P85D as opposed to a Mustang GT500)....But other than this, I have not really changed that much...I would still like to be in a scholarly position or a job hence me studying, I would still like access to the best tech gadgetry, I still love video games, I like comic books (I like both DC & Marvel but DC more)...
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    Marriage is like Communism.

    Sounds great when you read it in a book. Hell on Earth when put into practice.

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    Re: You're missing out

    Quote Originally Posted by The_Joker View Post
    Marriage is like Communism.

    Sounds great when you read it in a book. Hell on Earth when put into practice.
    Bahaha tell me about it
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    Dont hate him , hate your fuking bullshit game !

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    Re: You're missing out

    Quote Originally Posted by The_Joker View Post
    Marriage is like Communism.

    Sounds great when you read it in a book. Hell on Earth when put into practice.
    Good stuff!
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    Re: You're missing out

    by committing long term to marriage and children you giving up your freedom. ergo i would argue you are missing out by doing those things. there's more to life in our modern society than traditional values.

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    While I was married, I missed out on not only the things I liked but parties, sporting events and concerts.

    Funny how I don't now.

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    Re: You're missing out

    Quote Originally Posted by OnlyHuman View Post
    by committing long term to marriage and children you giving up your freedom. ergo i would argue you are missing out by doing those things. there's more to life in our modern society than traditional values.
    Ah, but aren't you getting something rewarding in return? Yeah, right. Things like nagging, honey-dos, and the threat of divorce, not to mention worrying what your spawn might be up to. ("Daddy, is it all right if the cat has only 3 legs?")

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    You'll be missing out life if you get married. Believe me, I'm married.

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    Will you be missing out? In my opinion, Yes. But also consider what you will be missing out on if you do go the marriage and kids rout. There is no guarantee today that if you go the marriage and kids rout that it will work out for you and you have to sacrifice your freedom and maybe even your life to do so. At the end of the day, you can't have it all. You have to decide what you will miss out on and what you will get to experience. Marriage and kids do not pass the cost benefit analysis in today's society. Just because you have missed out on these things does not mean you have to miss out on life. There is plenty to give meaning to life and I believe that MGTOW's principle purpose is to provide men with other options. Better options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FapMaster View Post
    As far as enjoying the decline, I doubt any of us will, it will tumble like a falling cat clawing at everything it can reach on the way down. I expect personal assets, property, 401k and other savings to be seized (think Cyprus) on the way down. We will all be told to be patriotic and fork it over. You don't even want to think about what happens when the government checks dry up. This is probably as good a reason not to have kids as any. Just my opinion mind you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ubermensch View Post
    We're missing out on what marriage, having children and a family were supposed to be.

    With the man as the head of the household.

    By abstaining from the cheap imitation that's on offer now, one will miss out on emasculation, divorce theft and having one's children and life's work taken from them.

    Ergo, by going your own way, you're missing out on a lot of pain and suffering.

    Personally, I would have liked to have had a traditional family. But that's quite simply no longer possible.

    So I choose to make the best of a bad situation.
    I was going to reply to the OP but you said everything needed right here, and probably better than I would have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpaceMonkey View Post
    Ha, its funny how you learn to appreciate the men that your ex's left you for, once you realize the score. It was like that with my very first lgtr, the poor sucker that took cupcake off my hands got her preggo in two months, married her the very next. Next I heard from a mutual acquaintance, she "miscarries" right after the wedding, they move out to the capital looking for jobs, she sits on her ass all day every day, unable to hold even a serving job, and eventually he sends her back to her parents house so he can actually live on his meager paycheck and save some money, instead of spending it all on her shoes.

    Shockingly, I'm actually ok missing out on that shit. Also, I feel that I owe that man a beer. Or ten.
    People used to ask me if I hated the guy with whom my first ex-wife was having an affair at the time we split (there had been others). I always said no; he married the bitch. It is not so much that I appreciate the guy (although I do to the bottom of my heart) it is that the pity I feel for him is so immense that it leaves no room for other emotions. He is kind of my personal Jesus; he sacrificed his life on the cross of marriage so that I might have life. I hope this isn't blasphemy.

    People have stopped asking because that was almost 30 years ago. Living well is the best revenge.

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    Re: You're missing out

    regarding the OP.... reminds me of "Deja Q" episode of ST:TNG...
    Q tells Data that when it comes to being human... "you aren't missing out on anything..."
    I find myself inclined to agree with Q..... because growing up wasn't what it was hyped up to be.... main reason I hate "hype"... just a nice way of saying one is full of hot air and not much else...
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