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    "Momlife" blowing up.

    So, there's this woman who despises her husband, resents being a mother, has zero gratitude for a man whose work enables her to spend all day at home in her pyjamas, posts sugary bile and hatred on the 'nets (not even that sugary), and oops people who don't agree with her have noticed.

    Fun times. If you ever doubted the wisdom of GYOW, here's a fine reminder:

    https://www.dailydot.com/unclick/mom...agram-twitter/

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-BDoFahJ70

    https://knowyourmeme.com/memes/sites/momlife-comics

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    Re: "Momlife" blowing up.

    I really don't care about these comics, other than to see how many women relate to them and actually think that it shows how much they're being exploited in a marriage. In my experience, work that a woman doesn't do becomes invisible to her, and doesn't count. The best way to describe it was an incident from when I still lived a family life.

    It was a Sunday morning in the Winter, I woke up around 6:30 and saw that it had snowed pretty heavily the night before, so I went out and shoveled the walks and driveway. It was a little before 8 when I came in. My daughter (teenager) was up and she made the remark, "I woke up to the sound of shoveling." I simply told her "I wish I could wake up to the sound of shoveling." About 9, the wife woke up and complained that nobody had fed her cat yet.

    To any young man who is thinking of cohabitation or marriage; this is what the labor dynamic is going to look like from her perspective; the chores you perform around the house; mowing and other lawn care, painting, shoveling the walks, maintaining the vehicles...all of that just doesn't count to her because she's not doing it. On the other hand, if she sweeps or vacuums, it's not fair because you're not doing it.

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    Re: "Momlife" blowing up.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wombat View Post
    So, there's this woman who despises her husband, resents being a mother, has zero gratitude for a man whose work enables her to spend all day at home in her pyjamas, posts sugary bile and hatred on the 'nets (not even that sugary), and oops people who don't agree with her have noticed.

    Fun times. If you ever doubted the wisdom of GYOW, here's a fine reminder:

    https://www.dailydot.com/unclick/mom...agram-twitter/

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-BDoFahJ70

    https://knowyourmeme.com/memes/sites/momlife-comics
    It's this kind of crap that's been making it difficult for me to move past my anger toward feminists. They have no idea how much damage they've caused.

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    Re: "Momlife" blowing up.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jadedoldman65 View Post
    I really don't care about these comics, other than to see how many women relate to them and actually think that it shows how much they're being exploited in a marriage. In my experience, work that a woman doesn't do becomes invisible to her, and doesn't count. The best way to describe it was an incident from when I still lived a family life.

    It was a Sunday morning in the Winter, I woke up around 6:30 and saw that it had snowed pretty heavily the night before, so I went out and shoveled the walks and driveway. It was a little before 8 when I came in. My daughter (teenager) was up and she made the remark, "I woke up to the sound of shoveling." I simply told her "I wish I could wake up to the sound of shoveling." About 9, the wife woke up and complained that nobody had fed her cat yet.

    To any young man who is thinking of cohabitation or marriage; this is what the labor dynamic is going to look like from her perspective; the chores you perform around the house; mowing and other lawn care, painting, shoveling the walks, maintaining the vehicles...all of that just doesn't count to her because she's not doing it. On the other hand, if she sweeps or vacuums, it's not fair because you're not doing it.
    The only ones that bitch about the food bowl being empty are my dogs! I don't need nor want double down bitching! Besides, the only other complains I get are the water bowl being empty and going outside! Count them, three "legitimate" gripes tied to nature's law! You can't find a better friend than that!
    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: "Momlife" blowing up.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jadedoldman65 View Post
    I really don't care about these comics, other than to see how many women relate to them and actually think that it shows how much they're being exploited in a marriage. In my experience, work that a woman doesn't do becomes invisible to her, and doesn't count. The best way to describe it was an incident from when I still lived a family life.

    It was a Sunday morning in the Winter, I woke up around 6:30 and saw that it had snowed pretty heavily the night before, so I went out and shoveled the walks and driveway. It was a little before 8 when I came in. My daughter (teenager) was up and she made the remark, "I woke up to the sound of shoveling." I simply told her "I wish I could wake up to the sound of shoveling." About 9, the wife woke up and complained that nobody had fed her cat yet.

    To any young man who is thinking of cohabitation or marriage; this is what the labor dynamic is going to look like from her perspective; the chores you perform around the house; mowing and other lawn care, painting, shoveling the walks, maintaining the vehicles...all of that just doesn't count to her because she's not doing it. On the other hand, if she sweeps or vacuums, it's not fair because you're not doing it.
    Jesus Christ,
    Thanks God I went mgtow

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    Re: "Momlife" blowing up.

    This level of passive aggression is pretty shocking. The author of the comic is evidently unable or unwilling to nip the problem in the bud by discussing it directly with her husband. Also, instead of bitching to a few friends who validate her, she has the entire internet. It's a shot in the arm of pure validation.

    It reminds me loosely of the term 'mansplaining'. I kind of doubt that word would have even appeared in the lexicon if women could just politely say, "Oh there's no need to explain that; I already know about it" and then move on. How about we just have a mildly uncomfortable conversation to work out the kink instead of letting a thousand kinks turn into a bramble of misandry? She wouldn't be internet famous, but perhaps she could re-channel that shit energy toward something positive.

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    Re: "Momlife" blowing up.

    Quote Originally Posted by meursault View Post
    How about we just have a mildly uncomfortable conversation to work out the kink instead of letting a thousand kinks turn into a bramble of misandry? She wouldn't be internet famous, but perhaps she could re-channel that shit energy toward something positive.
    You are trying to apply logic to an emotional subject, that doesn't work. She thinks or reasons through her emotions, it's not right or wrong it's just the way she does it. If she can blow her emotional problems up a notch or two dramatically she will, it's like telling a good story, it's her thoughts, the way she feels. The BP man takes this like he has to fix "The problem" when there is no problem to fix, it's just her emotions... Women think out loud, they express their emotions to others, normally voice, this one does it in comics. If her husband did all the house work and did everything perfect to what she is drawing in the comics, she would pick something else or unhappily leave him...

    There is nothing to fix.... Well her husband could fix it for himself if he went MGTOW....

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    Re: "Momlife" blowing up.

    Quote Originally Posted by FangBlade View Post
    Jesus Christ,
    Thanks God I went mgtow

    Women are a job that doesn't pay
    Hippity, hoppity
    your meme is my property
    An escort is a woman you occasionally financially support only when she has sex with you.

    A date is a woman you occasionally financially support in the hope she will have sex with you.

    A wife is a woman you constantly financially support even when she is not having sex with you.

    An ex-wife is a woman you constantly financially support with alimony so she can have sex......with someone else.

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    Re: "Momlife" blowing up.

    Quote Originally Posted by FangBlade View Post
    Jesus Christ,
    Thanks God I went mgtow

    Women are a job that doesn't pay
    That highlighted part speaks volumes. That should be a signature, considering how little women contrubute to the important jobs of societal infrastructure and income tax receipts. Men do most of the dog shit labour and pay into the system whilst, ironically, women benefit from it the most.

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    Re: "Momlife" blowing up.

    Quote Originally Posted by meursault View Post
    It reminds me loosely of the term 'mansplaining'. I kind of doubt that word would have even appeared in the lexicon if women could just politely say, "Oh there's no need to explain that; I already know about it" and then move on.
    At least 'mansplaining' you are imparting knowledge about something useful, which it can't hurt to have that reinforced. However, 'cuntsplaining', or the repeating of some emotional feeling over and over, serves no purpose. And women love to 'cuntsplain' everything.

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    Re: "Momlife" blowing up.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jadedoldman65 View Post
    I really don't care about these comics, other than to see how many women relate to them and actually think that it shows how much they're being exploited in a marriage. In my experience, work that a woman doesn't do becomes invisible to her, and doesn't count. The best way to describe it was an incident from when I still lived a family life.

    It was a Sunday morning in the Winter, I woke up around 6:30 and saw that it had snowed pretty heavily the night before, so I went out and shoveled the walks and driveway. It was a little before 8 when I came in. My daughter (teenager) was up and she made the remark, "I woke up to the sound of shoveling." I simply told her "I wish I could wake up to the sound of shoveling." About 9, the wife woke up and complained that nobody had fed her cat yet.

    To any young man who is thinking of cohabitation or marriage; this is what the labor dynamic is going to look like from her perspective; the chores you perform around the house; mowing and other lawn care, painting, shoveling the walks, maintaining the vehicles...all of that just doesn't count to her because she's not doing it. On the other hand, if she sweeps or vacuums, it's not fair because you're not doing it.
    You’ve gave a perfect example of how it went for me. Whatever the woman would do (not much of the heavy lifting) was put on a pedestal and lorded over my head….while asking why I didn’t help more. All that talk about cooking/cleaning in the beginning turned into making spaghetti every few weeks while I paid for us eating out along with all the other bills.

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    Lol!

    I was married 21 years. Seriously and without exaggeration, I can count on both hands how many times she made dinner. It was the only thing less frequent than sex (but not by much….)

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    Re: "Momlife" blowing up.

    Quote Originally Posted by 2_Time_Loser View Post
    At least 'mansplaining' you are imparting knowledge about something useful, which it can't hurt to have that reinforced. However, 'cuntsplaining', or the repeating of some emotional feeling over and over, serves no purpose. And women love to 'cuntsplain' everything.
    Please, I've had my mother "cuntsplain" to me, and I just wanted to shoot my head off. It's painfully and spiritually disturbing.


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