Ok, I'll pay that.
Ok, I'll pay that.
Just seems to prove that nothing is ever good enough..
thing is.. if this guy does the "man" angle... he will get charged with sexual harassment... face it... Kobayashi Maru..
Last edited by Eiji; January 7, 2017 at 6:13 PM.
I am not starting shit but here is how I see the comic strip. The guy is a P-U-S-S-Y!
The second I read the part where he says "I am on your side" I laughed. He was saying in other words "I am a woman and think my shit doesn't stink too!". It reminds me of the beta that answers the phone at 1am for some chick so she can whine about how her asshole boyfriend beat her for the umpteenth time , how she caught him cheating again,etc BUT she says she still loves him. But he thinks he can sweet talk her into some pity sex by insulting asshole boyfriend and saying I feel your pain/I know what its like. Never will happen or works.Why? How would he know how she feels? Does he date men too? Is he a chick? No? So obviously he cant relate to her. He should have just not answered the phone or if he did just hang up on her.
No sympathy for the spineless beta, no sympathy for the rude bitch, both are awful.
My english is not the best, sorry if i made some mystake or sound rude.
As far as I know the creator of Dilbert is on our side!
Did not know Scott Adams (but loved Dilbert) until he showed at Stefan Molyneux and threw around quite some red-pills to the audience.
He is not only divorced and writes that:
Can you now guess what Scott Adams describes as "the biggest obstacle to happiness in the United States"? Yes, it is traditional marriage.
He also has an blog with some quite interesting texts with headlines like:
The Humiliation of the American Male in 2016
I think he wrote up some really accurate commentary on trump's electoral strategy too.
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Yep. Scott Adams and Ben Garrison (does great political cartoons) are definitely anti-SJW.
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