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    ANY POOR LURKERS IN NEED OF A LAUGH .

    See that drop bear jackoff put up . Ok now you tell me . Doesn't that look like your ex ? Post walls always smile like that drop bear angry pissed off things they are . Hey and that drop bear can rip your heart out threw your arsehole as well .

    A trick is to get that pic on your mobile phone so next time you have to talk to a woman hold it up in front of you and compare . Can you see ?

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    It's too late, if you got too close, and have to run! Just like a snake!
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    I live minimal & thrive on my needs. Good post. Here’s my take on money. I feel money is quick. Just paper in the pocket spent fast & meant to be spent. Thats why I only hear women say money more than men. They don’t need it they want it. Men however I feel we should see this in a different concept. I like to consider “money” as funds. Funds from all sorts of financial types be it income, revenue, investment, exchange, trade etc. I rather think of USD or any currency in that form than a physical dollar. In a data amount it gives me sense that I’m able to form strategy & business decisions even if it’s just putting your earnings into a hobby. That is a business decision imo. So not to give you the ol, cliche man in a suit visual just saying I always feel more independent when I look at my finances in bigger terms than the quick shit women eat up. What you guys think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by uglything87 View Post
    I live minimal & thrive on my needs. Good post. Here’s my take on money. I feel money is quick. Just paper in the pocket spent fast & meant to be spent. Thats why I only hear women say money more than men. They don’t need it they want it. Men however I feel we should see this in a different concept. I like to consider “money” as funds. Funds from all sorts of financial types be it income, revenue, investment, exchange, trade etc. I rather think of USD or any currency in that form than a physical dollar. In a data amount it gives me sense that I’m able to form strategy & business decisions even if it’s just putting your earnings into a hobby. That is a business decision imo. So not to give you the ol, cliche man in a suit visual just saying I always feel more independent when I look at my finances in bigger terms than the quick shit women eat up. What you guys think?
    What do I think? I think I don't understand exactly what your getting at. Not to offend, I simply just don't understand.

    Just paper in the pocket spent fast & meant to be spent.
    This is a problem that I subscribed to in my youth - I've got money and I'm going to spend it and enjoy myself while I can.

    Why is it a problem? Because it encourages people to spend their hard earned money on - what? Shit that doesn't improve their lives in any meaningful way: expensive drinks, the latest trend in trainers or clothing, going to the trendy places? To what end?

    I'm having fun - but are you really? How many times have you splurged and went home thinking "well that was a waste of time and money". More often than you'd like to admit I would imagine.

    Live now while I'm young and tomorrow will take care of itself. I get it but there is a problem with this philosophy: Unless you were born with a silver spoon in your mouth (if you don't understand this reference, google it) you are just throwing away future potential and security.

    So you're young and full life, then suddenly you're young no more. You regret having been so reckless. There is no difference between being reckless with your finances as being reckless with regards relationships with women - either way you're fucking with your future, and sooner than you think that future becomes the present.
    "Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety." - Benjamin Franklin

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    Sorry to confuse bud, I just see the word/term itself differently. To me the word money just means actual paper cash or currency that is spent quick which is why I associate it with how much women crave it(and they only say “money”) because while we want to save anyway we can they rather spend it. I would say we have a thirst to invest in ourselves, self provide etc. They rather have a man do that for them which obviously costs that delicious dollar sign they have stamped on their tongue. Hope that makes more sense. Not trying to bash or swear off the word I just think money as a short term amount of earning than other financial terms like income or revenue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Opaque View Post
    One of the things that have cost me a huge amount of money is dating. You end up spending a lot of money and time, and by the end of the date, neither has she opened up her legs and neither have you had an interesting or enriching encounter.

    It usually ends up being boring and expensive.

    Once I left that world and more importantly killed the hope within me for a potential mate, things began to settle in the right place. Savings grew, sleep improved, weight stabilised, even social skills began improving.

    I just turned 30, and I have sometime to go, but regardless of the economic situation, I will be doing well in a few years time, free from the drama that the average blue piller faces.
    This is a great comment. This really helps me keep going everyday living my life free from women. Helping myself truly realize how great it is to live alone, have no woman nagging me about anything, doing what I want for as long as I want. Ex: sleeping in until whenever, watching TV all day,eating when I want and what I want. After a long day of working, coming home to silence and peace. I couldn't imagine the poor men, that come home and have to listen to an annoying wife or girlfriend all damn night, when they just want their own time.

    This also reminds me, how boring it is to interact with women on any type of conversation, especially women my age. They don't say anything of substance, its always the man himself that has to keep the conversation going. You could ask a woman how her day is, she'll tell you same old stuff, and then be rude and won't even ask you how you, yourself are doing. Every girl I've ever been attracted to, I've realized doesn't have much going for themselves, besides their looks. No interests, no knowledge about history or what's going on in the world. Just, worried about posting their selfies and complaining about all their worthless problems.

    I've been reading about two of the oldest men who lived in the world. Both, of these men, got married and eventually got divorced, no children and didn't remarry. How peaceful it must of been to live to 115 and 114 respectively, in peace and such happiness, enjoying the world for that long and not having a woman ruin it for them, that's another inspiration for myself living the MGTOW lifestyle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomatoshadow2 View Post
    This is a great comment. This really helps me keep going everyday living my life free from women. Helping myself truly realize how great it is to live alone, have no woman nagging me about anything, doing what I want for as long as I want. Ex: sleeping in until whenever, watching TV all day,eating when I want and what I want. After a long day of working, coming home to silence and peace. I couldn't imagine the poor men, that come home and have to listen to an annoying wife or girlfriend all damn night, when they just want their own time.


    Amen to that. It is so nice to come home to your own place after an annoying day at work to peace. I would lose my shit if I got home after a hard day only to put up with more grievances. I like to keep my responsibilities as little as possible to have to ability to come home with so much free time.


    Quote Originally Posted by Tomatoshadow2 View Post
    This also reminds me, how boring it is to interact with women on any type of conversation, especially women my age. They don't say anything of substance, its always the man himself that has to keep the conversation going. You could ask a woman how her day is, she'll tell you same old stuff, and then be rude and won't even ask you how you, yourself are doing. Every girl I've ever been attracted to, I've realized doesn't have much going for themselves, besides their looks. No interests, no knowledge about history or what's going on in the world. Just, worried about posting their selfies and complaining about all their worthless problems.
    They are obsessed with their appearances above all else because that's what they primarily bring to the table. Most women bring little else of actual substance. Definitely don't waste your time to find scintillating conversation with them. You'd have a better conversation with your cat or dog.
    In the future there will be robots.

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    Re: Living on a budget

    Quote Originally Posted by uglything87 View Post
    Sorry to confuse bud, I just see the word/term itself differently. To me the word money just means actual paper cash or currency that is spent quick which is why I associate it with how much women crave it(and they only say “money”) because while we want to save anyway we can they rather spend it. I would say we have a thirst to invest in ourselves, self provide etc. They rather have a man do that for them which obviously costs that delicious dollar sign they have stamped on their tongue. Hope that makes more sense. Not trying to bash or swear off the word I just think money as a short term amount of earning than other financial terms like income or revenue.
    Physical money indeed can go quick but credit cards are arguably worse. But I do agree that once you shift the focus of money from paying debts to using money to invest the entire outlook changes.

    Which is why year to year my investments have been up despite recent down turns. And which is why it is giving me that extra motivation to push for debt free living. Debt free living to me means that at some point I am going be able to make money work for me and pay myself first. That will finally feel good.

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    I was always a minimalist by nature before I'd ever heard of the term.

    Age 18-20 I only worked part time and spent what I earned, when I went full time my income obviously went up but my spendings stayed the same.

    Always lived at home with one parent, no relationship ever got serious enough to consider moving out (thank god!!!)
    Never had a car, walked, cycled, public transport. Also one of the best fitness decisions of my life.
    These 2 by themselves saved me a fortune.

    I did a few things wrong on the way however..........

    Gambling, you never beat the bookie in the long run.

    Drinking, I can justify spending money on a great night out, it's things like Sunday nights or spending all day in the pub when I only intended to go out for a "couple" to watch a football match I have been trying hard to eliminate.
    Men are becoming MGTOW by the millions, most without ever having heard the term. They are simply doing what all living organisms finding themselves in a toxic environment do. They adapt to it or remove themselves from it. Females are not liking either the adaptations or the removal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stanmsl View Post
    Age 18-20 I only worked part time and spent what I earned, when I went full time my income obviously went up but my spendings stayed the same.
    Great advice for anyone, unfortunately for me I didn't learn this until later life.

    When my income went up, my spending also rose. I fooled myself into thinking my standard of living was improving. What nonsense.

    Yes I kept putting away a "little something", but when unforseen circumstances would hit it would be wiped out.

    But I didn't want to give up my "new standard" and ended up getting into debt. Credit cards were being thrown at me with messages like: "You have been pre-approved for a 2000 credit limit, just think of what you could do with this money - apply now". And like the idiot they took me for I did it. Before I knew what was happening my debts rose to tens of thousands and I was using one card to pay off another. What a fucking idiot I was! My "standard of living" crashed and burned.

    Sometimes it's O.K., like taking out a mortgage or a loan for a vehicle that's necessary for your work, these are investments in your future, but other than that never ever get into debt especially with credit cards, or worse loan sharks. It will cripple you (or they will).
    "Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety." - Benjamin Franklin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonobo Protocol View Post
    Amen to that. It is so nice to come home to your own place after an annoying day at work to peace. I would lose my shit if I got home after a hard day only to put up with more grievances. I like to keep my responsibilities as little as possible to have to ability to come home with so much free time.[/FONT][/COLOR]

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    They are obsessed with their appearances above all else because that's what they primarily bring to the table. Most women bring little else of actual substance. Definitely don't waste your time to find scintillating conversation with them. You'd have a better conversation with your cat or dog.
    Yes absolutely, I already get enough complaining at work, I don't need anymore, when I want to come home and relax after a long day at work. I really enjoy my job, it keeps me busy and helps me live the life I want as a man. But, I enjoy my time away as well.

    Right, yeah that's all women worry abut is drawing on their face with their makeup, to hide the signs of age, as they lose the only thing they ever had going for themselves. Yes, I learn more from reading a book I enjoy, then I ever have from a conversation with a woman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    Great advice for anyone, unfortunately for me I didn't learn this until later life.

    When my income went up, my spending also rose. I fooled myself into thinking my standard of living was improving. What nonsense.

    Yes I kept putting away a "little something", but when unforseen circumstances would hit it would be wiped out.

    But I didn't want to give up my "new standard" and ended up getting into debt. Credit cards were being thrown at me with messages like: "You have been pre-approved for a 2000 credit limit, just think of what you could do with this money - apply now". And like the idiot they took me for I did it. Before I knew what was happening my debts rose to tens of thousands and I was using one card to pay off another. What a fucking idiot I was! My "standard of living" crashed and burned.

    Sometimes it's O.K., like taking out a mortgage or a loan for a vehicle that's necessary for your work, these are investments in your future, but other than that never ever get into debt especially with credit cards, or worse loan sharks. It will cripple you (or they will).
    This is also a another great reminder to stay away from consumer culture of spend, spend, until you drop or are deep in debt. I've learned that many woman have no value of money, their always deep in credit card debt or student loans, needing a man's hard earned cash to pull her out. Do you guys ever think we as people will ever be free of debt, or do you agree, it will just keep building and building? Like the current National debt of the US, as well as rising credit card and student loan debt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomatoshadow2 View Post
    Do you guys ever think we as people will ever be free of debt, or do you agree, it will just keep building and building? Like the current National debt of the US, as well as rising credit card and student loan debt.
    To be honest, I find it hard to get my head around the concept of national debt. Not on an individual country level, that's pretty obvious. Where it stops making sense to me is: if every country in the world is running a national debt, just who the hell is owed all this money?

    Yes there are international organisations, but they are run by their member countries, so are these countries the debtors or the creditors? It just feels like a complete scam to me.
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    Re: Living on a budget

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    To be honest, I find it hard to get my head around the concept of national debt. Not on an individual country level, that's pretty obvious. Where it stops making sense to me is: if every country in the world is running a national debt, just who the hell is owed all this money?

    Yes there are international organisations, but they are run by their member countries, so are these countries the debtors or the creditors? It just feels like a complete scam to me.
    Interest atop of debt creates digital dollars without currency to back it up. Example, if there was only $100 dollars in the world, I lend it out @5%, in the end I have $105 dollars, where does that extra 5 bucks come from?

    Money is not to be trusted as anything with any sort of stability. It's why yesterday's penny (copper) is worth more than a penny, same for all other tangibles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    To be honest, I find it hard to get my head around the concept of national debt. Not on an individual country level, that's pretty obvious. Where it stops making sense to me is: if every country in the world is running a national debt, just who the hell is owed all this money?

    Yes there are international organisations, but they are run by their member countries, so are these countries the debtors or the creditors? It just feels like a complete scam to me.
    Yes, it just seems like a whole circle of I owe You, that never seems to end and will go on until the end of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    Interest atop of debt creates digital dollars without currency to back it up. Example, if there was only $100 dollars in the world, I lend it out @5%, in the end I have $105 dollars, where does that extra 5 bucks come from?

    Money is not to be trusted as anything with any sort of stability. It's why yesterday's penny (copper) is worth more than a penny, same for all other tangibles.
    You are getting rich mgtower, just start to lend out money to women for their worthless degrees and mounds of student loan debt. Wait, no you know better to never do that, you make your money work for you and actually get a return on your investment.

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    Re: Living on a budget

    Quote Originally Posted by Tomatoshadow2 View Post
    You are getting rich mgtower, just start to lend out money to women for their worthless degrees and mounds of student loan debt. Wait, no you know better to never do that, you make your money work for you and actually get a return on your investment.
    The only employment I have for women is SUCKING DICK! Even then they'll rot your dick off!

    I find no value in women, only liability and death of all things once proper, now deemed patriarchal and evil. Satan is a master of illusion and deception and women are his elves!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    The only employment I have for women is SUCKING DICK! Even then they'll rot your dick off!

    I find no value in women, only liability and death of all things once proper, now deemed patriarchal and evil. Satan is a master of illusion and deception and women are his elves!
    That's the only thing they ever have going for themselves and they can't even do that right. Have you had to have any face to face interaction with any woman, during everything going on? I sure hope not,but if you need a haircut, might be stuck listening to a woman's endless nonsense for a bit, even that would drive you crazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomatoshadow2 View Post
    You are getting rich mgtower, just start to lend out money to women for their worthless degrees and mounds of student loan debt. Wait, no you know better to never do that, you make your money work for you and actually get a return on your investment.
    My riches are measured on a scale to few are aware of. Filthy rich is the capability of laughing in adversities face, then grinding it under heel as you continue in the opposite direction, smashing them to pieces with your battleaxe of TRUTH!

    I can assure you, happiness has nothing to do with comfort, safety, or security, those can vanish in a flash, it's all about what you do and don't do when those comforts are gone and you're all on your own.

    Rising above any defeat is a struggle, and afterward comes happiness and peace of mind as it's a dead end never to be traveled again, and that's "earned wisdom", we all know what it's like to play the fool, and the self loathing we have for doing so.
    I've always said MGTOW is a metamorphose, where the fires of earned wisdom give us the wings we need to fly again!

    The entire woman's liberation assault and resulting war on men, is kin to taring an eagle's wings then bitching and moaning because it can't fly!

    Now the only eagles clean of tar are flying away never to be seen again. MGTOW is a symptom of when any society is going over a cliff! We refuse to drink the Kool-Aid and ran into the woods!

    Higher education has become the Jim Jones dispenser of Kool-Aid!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blade View Post
    Money . That is something i don't envy or want lots off . I have interacted with many rich people in my life and many are not happy people always chasing a dream of wanting more . I own a yacht says the rich man but how often do you see it out sailing . How lonely to live in a mansion with many rooms that are never used . The illusion of power and success is just that an illusion . Success to me is mastering and understanding life .
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    Prior to all this covid lockdown shit I saw this everywhere I looked. Those that have - preening themselves in front of others, but to what end?

    I have this, you should want this too. And when I ask them why I should want these things that they never fucking use, they say "because"!

    Because what for fuck's sake!?!

    Spend your money on what you need, and a little on what you want. Anything else is fatuous nonsense.
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