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    Re: Welcome to the Ghostly Life!

    I rarely have contact with people. Ghosting isn't bad at all. Doesn't mean I'm lonely when I'm alone as the Kelly Clarkson song "Stronger" says. I get to do what I want & when I want without asking or answering to anyone. I can sit in peace and watch a movie or play a video game. No debating about what to make for dinner. No arguments whatsoever.

    When I am in public , I still have fun. I enjoy browsing around at thrift stores. My living room is full of movies & video games. The house stays the way I want it.

    Women have only used & abused me. I got sick of the "do as I say not as I do" or what I call "gina tingles". They bitch at me for having a few beers on a Saturday but they say nothing to Chad because "Oh you know how he is, he is going through a lot, well he's not a bad looking guy....blah blah blah" and they themselves go out & get smashed. Geez Louise sorry I don't make your gina tingle so I don't get your permission. My life is going good now and I don't need no tuna to mess it up.


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    Re: Welcome to the Ghostly Life!

    I went home yesterday after work. I got off a few hours early for a doctor's appointment that didn't take as long as it should of. Because of that I got home earlier than expected. That was when I decided my mandatory workout time isn't for a few hours. I popped in "Tales of the Abyss" on the PS2. (Yes I have a PS2 still amongst newer consoles.) I then proceded to learn more about my quest to save the kingdom from a malevolent evil common in most JRPGs. Once I got to a good stopping point and upgraded my character's armor, I turned off the game and proceded to get warmed up for my mandatory gym session. I crushed it in the gym and came out feeling more alive and strong than most bluepillers ever would because unlike them, I don't have an annoying harpy planning my day.

    When you realize that you are better off without women in your life, you are free to do whatever you want. Your time is actually your time. It feels great and is the only way to live.
    In the future there will be robots.

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    Re: Welcome to the Ghostly Life!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bonobo Protocol View Post
    I went home yesterday after work. I got off a few hours early for a doctor's appointment that didn't take as long as it should of. Because of that I got home earlier than expected. That was when I decided my mandatory workout time isn't for a few hours. I popped in "Tales of the Abyss" on the PS2. (Yes I have a PS2 still amongst newer consoles.) I then proceded to learn more about my quest to save the kingdom from a malevolent evil common in most JRPGs. Once I got to a good stopping point and upgraded my character's armor, I turned off the game and proceded to get warmed up for my mandatory gym session. I crushed it in the gym and came out feeling more alive and strong than most bluepillers ever would because unlike them, I don't have an annoying harpy planning my day.

    When you realize that you are better off without women in your life, you are free to do whatever you want. Your time is actually your time. It feels great and is the only way to live.
    I spent the day gathering grass mulch with a traction slip self no longer propelled mower on precarious terrain! And I still need another acre of clippings to finish covering the veggie garden! I was soaked with sweat and my arms turned to spaghetti! You've heard of a push mower? This fucking thing pushes back and the wheels lock up! Determined to win, I ran out of grass!
    In the beginning, it only ate men, now it's coming for the women and children, and nothing can stop it.

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    Re: Welcome to the Ghostly Life!

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    I spent the day gathering grass mulch with a traction slip self no longer propelled mower on precarious terrain! And I still need another acre of clippings to finish covering the veggie garden! I was soaked with sweat and my arms turned to spaghetti! You've heard of a push mower? This fucking thing pushes back and the wheels lock up! Determined to win, I ran out of grass!
    That sure as hell sounds better than listening to an annoying, fat, landwhale complaining about where here bag of Cheetos went when coming home from work. Being a free man and a ghost is where it's at.
    In the future there will be robots.

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    Re: Welcome to the Ghostly Life!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bonobo Protocol View Post
    I popped in "Tales of the Abyss" on the PS2. (Yes I have a PS2 still amongst newer consoles.).

    When you realize that you are better off without women in your life, you are free to do whatever you want. Your time is actually your time. It feels great and is the only way to live.
    PS2 still rocks. I play mine often and hack the shit out of it with my gameshark. I just got done playing WWE Shut Your Mouth and NFL Street 2. I have a bunch of systems that I got at flea markets and thrift stores. I do own a PS4 but rarely play it. The older systems are classics considering you can still play imports.

    You are right about MGTOW. It's awesome to have your own time and not having to deal with bullshit just because you did something cupcake doesn't like.

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    Re: Welcome to the Ghostly Life!

    Quote Originally Posted by MGTOWFOREVER View Post
    PS2 still rocks. I play mine often and hack the shit out of it with my gameshark. I just got done playing WWE Shut Your Mouth and NFL Street 2. I have a bunch of systems that I got at flea markets and thrift stores. I do own a PS4 but rarely play it. The older systems are classics considering you can still play imports.

    You are right about MGTOW. It's awesome to have your own time and not having to deal with bullshit just because you did something cupcake doesn't like.
    Yeah I love my PS2. That system has a whole library of awesome games. The old WWF games (yes I'm calling it WWF) are some of the best. I also have a bunch of old systems as well and have a library to match them. The new systems are cool sometimes but I hate that having internet is almost a requirement now to play newer games.

    I have pretty much given up on finding "the one" and am actually content on that. I will admit that I sometimes miss the company of a woman but then I'm reminded that the juice isn't worth the squeeze.
    In the future there will be robots.

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    Re: Welcome to the Ghostly Life!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bonobo Protocol View Post
    Yeah I love my PS2. That system has a whole library of awesome games. The old WWF games (yes I'm calling it WWF) are some of the best. I also have a bunch of old systems as well and have a library to match them. The new systems are cool sometimes but I hate that having internet is almost a requirement now to play newer games.

    I have pretty much given up on finding "the one" and am actually content on that. I will admit that I sometimes miss the company of a woman but then I'm reminded that the juice isn't worth the squeeze.
    I have every WWF/E game ever released for PS2. I use to hack the shit out of them with my game shark. There are so many hidden moves on the discs that it's a shame. I have a PS4 and rarely play it. The games I like were way better on the PS2 which includes Madden. Games nowadays have to be updated so much cause of glitches. Don't get me started on paying $40 for DLC characters which should've just been hidden characters in the game like the old days.

    RIP Old school gaming.

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    Re: Welcome to the Ghostly Life!

    I've been ghosting since 2017/18. I literally chucked the iPhone away, gave away the tablet, laptop. Took a peripatetic work life - gardening, ground work, mostly off the meter and put some the way of the taxman, to keep the man off my back. I went bankrupt see back in 2017 as part of my red pill treatment, so with a credit rating of sweet fuck all, I could only manage with a basic bank account, no overdraft, loans.

    I lost everything, everything I ever worked for. I was homeless, broke and near to offing myself. Then I came here and saw I was like many, many men all over the western world.

    I wised up.

    I logged off from normal society, got rid of the car, the expensive clothes, gym paraphernalia, gadgets, TV, all the detritus of a sick materialist society; I kept a battered CD/radio player, a bag of clothes, and basically lived in a room on the coast, taking in the sea air and feeling freer and fitter than I've ever felt on this earth. Working outdoors and biking, and hiking, and sitting in pubs with old farmers and the oddballs everyone else despises.

    I'm only back at these forums because I've returned to mainland UK, dipping my toe back into the rat race - hence the smartphone for internet/email for work and reconnection to the fucking matrix.

    Short term goals: make it as an urban/townie ghost, hidden in plain sight, look for a better paying job than trimming the bushes of old wimmen 😉 save up a few grand for....

    Longer term goals: take a steel framed touring bike and cycle Eastern Europe, tramp my way around the roads less travelled in the likes of Estonia, or maybe Hungary, whatever. That's it, one way only, not coming back to this woke, feminized stewpot which was once Lord of the World. A vagabond, who pops up to make a bit if bread to fund another drift to pastures new.

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    Re: Welcome to the Ghostly Life!

    Quote Originally Posted by wehwalt View Post
    I lost everything, everything I ever worked for. I was homeless, broke and near to offing myself. Then I came here and saw I was like many, many men all over the western world.

    I wised up.
    I felt sad in reading this. I'm glad you are in much better situation now.

    Your candor is appreciated.
    The two most important days in your life are the day you were born and the day you find out why. - Mark Twain

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    Re: Welcome to the Ghostly Life!

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    I felt sad in reading this. I'm glad you are in much better situation now.

    Your candor is appreciated.
    Thank you, I am in a better place, IRL and here.

    Cheers

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    Re: Welcome to the Ghostly Life!

    Quote Originally Posted by wehwalt View Post
    I lost everything, everything I ever worked for. I was homeless, broke and near to offing myself. Then I came here and saw I was like many.
    You indeed, are like many of us here. Good to hear you're in a better place now! I was at that point years too.. basically it broke off a my emotional-meter and i'm unplugged from the matrix.

    I like the solitude I have, I have a house, really remotely located in the woods, with my dogs - it's not for everyone. its not reachable by car in the winter, there is power however, heating works on firewood.
    i do have a car, and a 15 year warranty roof, that's my fortress of solitude.

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    Re: Welcome to the Ghostly Life!

    I wasn't sure how "ghost" was defined when I first signed up here, so I chose "bachelor" for my profile. But after reading the OP of this thread, I changed to "ghost."

    On the solitary side, I'm retired and live a very solitary life working on my various projects and hobbies. I can go months and years without talking to friends or family.

    But I also do some social stuff: I've been a social person in the past. I don't think of myself as super withdrawn. I say "hi" to service people and chat about the weather. And I occasionally go down to the local senior center and sign up for an activity or join a book club through meetup.com. I figure it's healthy to get out of the apartment once in a while and have some minimal contact with humans. And I do some message boarding.

    But all that seems to be okay under the definition of "ghost" in the OP. So I guess I'll be spending some time in the future in the "For Ghosts" forum.

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    Re: Welcome to the Ghostly Life!

    Quote Originally Posted by MGTOWLife View Post
    I wasn't sure how "ghost" was defined when I first signed up here, so I chose "bachelor" for my profile. But after reading the OP of this thread, I changed to "ghost."

    On the solitary side, I'm retired and live a very solitary life working on my various projects and hobbies. I can go months and years without talking to friends or family.

    But I also do some social stuff: I've been a social person in the past. I don't think of myself as super withdrawn. I say "hi" to service people and chat about the weather. And I occasionally go down to the local senior center and sign up for an activity or join a book club through meetup.com. I figure it's healthy to get out of the apartment once in a while and have some minimal contact with humans. And I do some message boarding.

    But all that seems to be okay under the definition of "ghost" in the OP. So I guess I'll be spending some time in the future in the "For Ghosts" forum.
    There's nothing wrong with being a ghost, ghosts are Supernatural! We've taken nature's law to the next level! Instead of under, we chose OVER!

    After leaving the furnaces of dating and womanizing all that remained of me was the pure gold of wisdom and understanding!

    One cannot know life outside the storm until they move out from under the storm, or over the storm, but not in the storm, all they know is being tempest tossed all the time relentless without ceasing.

    In the beginning, it only ate men, now it's coming for the women and children, and nothing can stop it.

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    Re: Welcome to the Ghostly Life!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bonobo Protocol View Post
    I went home yesterday after work. I got off a few hours early for a doctor's appointment that didn't take as long as it should of. Because of that I got home earlier than expected. That was when I decided my mandatory workout time isn't for a few hours. I popped in "Tales of the Abyss" on the PS2. (Yes I have a PS2 still amongst newer consoles.) I then proceded to learn more about my quest to save the kingdom from a malevolent evil common in most JRPGs. Once I got to a good stopping point and upgraded my character's armor, I turned off the game and proceded to get warmed up for my mandatory gym session. I crushed it in the gym and came out feeling more alive and strong than most bluepillers ever would because unlike them, I don't have an annoying harpy planning my day.

    When you realize that you are better off without women in your life, you are free to do whatever you want. Your time is actually your time. It feels great and is the only way to live.
    Yooo tales of the abyss is dope! You play any other tales games?


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