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    Re: "I don't want a guy who takes himself too seriously!"

    Maybe she just wanted dick if I may say so without hurting your intelectual standards...Just kidding but no chick on planet earth would get into such discussions about religion, which is a big no no, because that kind of topic has a negative sound to it anyway.
    I can only speak from my own experience where I never met a woman who I could talk to about things I talk to my buddies about without turning her off.
    But I agree on the fact that they will pretend to like the things you are saying if they want to "be with you".
    If you really want to see what someones character looks like just disagree with them and tell them your opinion. If they still agree and are female, you have some nympho time on your hands you lucky bastard
    But i didnt get the part why the second one got pissy?
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    Re: "I don't want a guy who takes himself too seriously!"

    Quote Originally Posted by Rouleur View Post
    I didn't throw her away. She took a job in another part of the country.
    Think about it if she had really liked you she wouldnt had left the state or the country, would she?
    That is something everyone has to understand...
    No person on the face of the planet wants to get away or leve someone if they have any interest in that person!

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    Re: "I don't want a guy who takes himself too seriously!"

    Doesn't matter because either way she will find fault.

    If you don't take yourself too seriously and clown around, then you're "childish", "immature", etc.

    If you act more serious and responsible, then you're "boring", "rigid", etc.

    They're never happy.

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    Re: "I don't want a guy who takes himself too seriously!"

    "I don't want a man who takes himself too seriously"

    Translation: "I don't want a man who respects himself or has a high-self esteem. I want a bitch with no back bone who I can easily manipulate and beat-down emotionally. I tried this with the hot guy with the tattoos, but he kicked me to the curb then hooked up with my sister and did the same to her. So that didn't work."

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    Re: "I don't want a guy who takes himself too seriously!"

    Put me down as one more vote for it really meaning 'I going to keep acting like an embarrassing slut but I'll claim it's your problem for not having a sense of humour'.

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    Re: "I don't want a guy who takes himself too seriously!"

    90% of messages I get from women on online dating are "hi" or "hi x". These are the same ones complaining that guys don't send interesting messages and that we need to put more thought into them...hahaaa!

    I've never replied to one of them.

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    Re: "I don't want a guy who takes himself too seriously!"

    I wonder what would happen if men said "I don't want a girl who takes herself too seriously."

    Cue the hamsters...


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    Re: "I don't want a guy who takes himself too seriously!"

    saying a man "takes himself too seriously".....
    that's like asking "how big is big??"
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    Re: "I don't want a guy who takes himself too seriously!"

    It means she wants you to wine and dine the cunt and if she doesn't put out after the date, then you shouldn't take that as a biggie.

    That is what these cunts mean.

    If a man took himself seriously, he would demand something in return for his effort.

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    Re: "I don't want a guy who takes himself too seriously!"

    Quote Originally Posted by Opaque View Post
    It means she wants you to wine and dine the cunt and if she doesn't put out after the date, then you shouldn't take that as a biggie.

    That is what these cunts mean.

    If a man took himself seriously, he would demand something in return for his effort.
    if a woman did put out... I'd ask her "what is your major malfunction???" (If men "only want one thing".. then whats good for the gander is good for the goose..)

    also.. given a prior post..
    how serious is too serious?? its like asking "how big is 'big'??" term is just too wide open to interpretation..
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    Re: "I don't want a guy who takes himself too seriously!"

    another thing which pisses me off is the idea that everyone has to always be nice and 'positive'. That is what they mean when they say 'someone who doesn't take himself too seriously'..

    these cliches are fucking annoying!!

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    Re: "I don't want a guy who takes himself too seriously!"

    Quote Originally Posted by Ancient Sunlight View Post
    It may partly be the somewhat puerile wish to keep everything "fun". The problem is that serious challenges will have to be faced; and with the princess rainbow unicorn attitude, those things are not going to be faced effectively. Joking, playing around, making fun of everyone and especially one's self are great, but a man needs to have some sort of sincere enthusiasm, some sort of passion, some sort of dignity. Even Laurence Sterne had them. Those women? Rarely. Life's like a sitcom, until they hit the wall and realize they are completely miserable. "I don't want a man to take himself too seriously": "I want my old, fun life back and forget about my serious problems."

    An old friend of mine had a girlfriend like that once. They had all the fun in the world, but when his father died, she couldn't do a thing. Joking around didn't help, of course; true emotional support she couldn't give, let alone talk about it: emotionally she was a 14 year-old girl, and all she ever did was watch comedy shows. Shortly after she broke up with him: I guess he took his grief over his father too seriously. Incidentally, its mostly the women who have their bi-polar sob stories. I've never known a guy who called himself depressed; I've known over half a dozen girls who did so. Some of them probably only did so for attention. Then its time to start taking things seriously. In other words, it's as BeijaFlor phrased it: "take me and my problems seriously, but you are not important enough to be taken seriously".
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    Re: "I don't want a guy who takes himself too seriously!"

    I work with a female mechanical engineer. She has a master's degree... and yet, if she can't simulate something on the computer and she needs a practical problem solved, she asks me for help (and I'm not even a mechanical engineer... I'm an electronics and embedded software guy who happens to know quite a bit about mechanical systems because I've worked on cars and other machines since I was in high school). She got into engineering because her culture (she's from outside the US) expects kids to become doctors, engineers, or lawyers--not through some natural curiosity about how things work.




    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Covenant View Post
    It's a sign of true intelligence and clear-thinking to be able to distill complex ideas into simple concepts. (And then explain them to others).

    The obfuscation that seems to be so commonplace in academia nowadays seems to be a kind of defensive tactic that people without true understanding rely upon so their shallow knowledge can't be contradicted.

    Women, being social chameleons, are wont to put together a shallow veneer of understanding. I have met very few women that appreciated anything in depth.

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    Re: "I don't want a guy who takes himself too seriously!"

    Quote Originally Posted by WPL View Post
    I work with a female mechanical engineer. She has a master's degree... and yet, if she can't simulate something on the computer and she needs a practical problem solved, she asks me for help (and I'm not even a mechanical engineer... I'm an electronics and embedded software guy who happens to know quite a bit about mechanical systems because I've worked on cars and other machines since I was in high school). She got into engineering because her culture (she's from outside the US) expects kids to become doctors, engineers, or lawyers--not through some natural curiosity about how things work.
    Book smart engineering has nothing in common with practical engineering, I can't count the times I've had to re-engineer some engineer's failure! You want a good engineer? Get a farmer, a miner, a mechanic, or a construction worker! Book smart has nothing to do with clever!

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    Re: "I don't want a guy who takes himself too seriously!"

    "i want a man who doesn't take himself too seriously"

    Said no feminine woman, anywhere, ever.

    It's just a weird concept to me. Why wouldn't a woman want a mature, sincere man?
    It's because the un-feminine serial daters want an 'entertainer'. A time-filler.

    If you're not serious, she doesn't have to take you seriously, either.
    She can use and discard you to keep 'moving up' in the men she meets.
    Without any guilt, which she would feel from ghosting a mature, sincere man.

    A feminine woman IS serious and wants a man who's serious about her.
    She doesn't wanna sample 300 fuckboys in the hope of eventually meeting Mr Grey (which feminine women can see is a failed strategy).

    The REAL interesting Q for me is what makes a masculine man? The 'internet' would have you believe it's manning up and settling down. I'm not so sure. Taking a purely 'nature' approach, it would be fucking/impregnating as many hoes as possible!
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    Re: "I don't want a guy who takes himself too seriously!"

    Quote Originally Posted by happybachelor View Post
    "i want a man who doesn't take himself too seriously"

    Said no feminine woman, anywhere, ever.

    It's just a weird concept to me. Why wouldn't a woman want a mature, sincere man?
    It's because the un-feminine serial daters want an 'entertainer'. A time-filler.

    If you're not serious, she doesn't have to take you seriously, either.
    She can use and discard you to keep 'moving up' in the men she meets.
    Without any guilt, which she would feel from ghosting a mature, sincere man.

    A feminine woman IS serious and wants a man who's serious about her.
    She doesn't wanna sample 300 fuckboys in the hope of eventually meeting Mr Grey (which feminine women can see is a failed strategy).


    The REAL interesting Q for me is what makes a masculine man? The 'internet' would have you believe it's manning up and settling down. I'm not so sure. Taking a purely 'nature' approach, it would be fucking/impregnating as many hoes as possible!
    I'm just gonna leave this here and go read another post on a different thread.


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    Re: "I don't want a guy who takes himself too seriously!"

    A rather strange and passive aggressive response.
    I'm simply presenting reality which IS the red pill.
    I know that some MGTOW think talking about women in any positive light whatsoever is 'blue pilled', but that's incorrect.
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    Re: "I don't want a guy who takes himself too seriously!"

    Quote Originally Posted by happybachelor View Post
    A rather strange and passive aggressive response.
    I'm simply presenting reality which IS the red pill.
    I know that some MGTOW think talking about women in any positive light whatsoever is 'blue pilled', but that's incorrect.
    You wrote it, try reading it! A man speaking on a woman's behalf is simpity dimpity do what simpity dimpity does!

    Your spirit name is blue pill dispenser.

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    Re: "I don't want a guy who takes himself too seriously!"

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    You wrote it, try reading it! A man speaking on a woman's behalf is simpity dimpity do what simpity dimpity does!

    Your spirit name is blue pill dispenser.
    So let me get this straight, a man who understands the psychology of women and observes reality to some degree is.... automatically a simp?
    Righhhhht... ok mate.
    Actually you're being blue pilled, by rejecting/fighting reality.
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    Re: "I don't want a guy who takes himself too seriously!"

    It depends on the woman... surely.

    I'm with happybachelor in this. Well said.


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