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    BobbingForBunions intro

    A bit about me...

    1. Relationship history

    I started dating in high school, several decades ago. That first relationship lasted a year, on and off. I didn't date much in college, though I had flings. I had a couple of relationships post-graduation. I cheated on both, and I regret doing so simply because it betrayed poor character on my part. From that point onward, it was a string of flings. Many of these women were in relationships with other men. Eventually, decades ago, I went "monk."

    I became red-pilled in my teens. This wasn't due to a bad experience with women. Rather, it arose from observing them "in the wild." I watched my friends' girlfriends. I watched family members' wives and girlfriends. I watched the machinations of unfamiliar women. I noted their behaviors. I listened to what they said and compared that to their actions, noting the inconsistencies.

    In college, and for a few years afterward, I had female friends. They were lightning rods for drama, which caused me stress. I abandoned those relationships, and my quality of life improved. Today, I have only male friends.

    2. Awareness

    I evaded the red-pill rage, most likely because I became red-pilled so early. Also, I've never been emotional, so I'm rarely angry. (I'd rather ask myself "How do I resolve this issue?" than "Why the f*ck do women do that?!").

    MGTOW wasn't a thing when I was a kid (teen). But once I recognized women's behaviors and acknowledged society's expectations for men (evidenced, in part, via divorce and family court proceedings), transitioning to a MGTOW mindset was an inevitability (for me).

    3. Who you are

    I've run a successful business for many, many years. I employ many people, some of whom are women. I've also written a couple of books and am completing a third. I spend a lot of time alone and find isolation gratifying. I do not socialize with women, but won't begrudge men's willingness to do so. I love to read, play poker, play chess, and play guitar. And at least twice a week, I get together with a couple of (male) friends to play COD Warzone. I have a few close friends whom I've known for nearly 30 years.

    I read this thread before making this intro. If I've missed something, please let me know. I'm an ultra-private person, but will provide details as long as doing so doesn't infringe on this penchant for privacy.

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    Re: BobbingForBunions intro

    Quote Originally Posted by BobbingForBunions View Post
    A bit about me...

    1. Relationship history

    I started dating in high school, several decades ago. That first relationship lasted a year, on and off. I didn't date much in college, though I had flings. I had a couple of relationships post-graduation. I cheated on both, and I regret doing so simply because it betrayed poor character on my part. From that point onward, it was a string of flings. Many of these women were in relationships with other men. Eventually, decades ago, I went "monk."

    I became red-pilled in my teens. This wasn't due to a bad experience with women. Rather, it arose from observing them "in the wild." I watched my friends' girlfriends. I watched family members' wives and girlfriends. I watched the machinations of unfamiliar women. I noted their behaviors. I listened to what they said and compared that to their actions, noting the inconsistencies.

    In college, and for a few years afterward, I had female friends. They were lightning rods for drama, which caused me stress. I abandoned those relationships, and my quality of life improved. Today, I have only male friends.

    2. Awareness

    I evaded the red-pill rage, most likely because I became red-pilled so early. Also, I've never been emotional, so I'm rarely angry. (I'd rather ask myself "How do I resolve this issue?" than "Why the f*ck do women do that?!").

    MGTOW wasn't a thing when I was a kid (teen). But once I recognized women's behaviors and acknowledged society's expectations for men (evidenced, in part, via divorce and family court proceedings), transitioning to a MGTOW mindset was an inevitability (for me).

    3. Who you are

    I've run a successful business for many, many years. I employ many people, some of whom are women. I've also written a couple of books and am completing a third. I spend a lot of time alone and find isolation gratifying. I do not socialize with women, but won't begrudge men's willingness to do so. I love to read, play poker, play chess, and play guitar. And at least twice a week, I get together with a couple of (male) friends to play COD Warzone. I have a few close friends whom I've known for nearly 30 years.

    I read this thread before making this intro. If I've missed something, please let me know. I'm an ultra-private person, but will provide details as long as doing so doesn't infringe on this penchant for privacy.

    Hi BobbingForBunions,

    Thank you for your nice Intro. It's not always anymore than registrants follow the How To Intro sticky which I now see I need to update to clarify that the Intro is no longer mandatory! But, we still recommend that registrants provide one, using that sticky, as it can give the new member an advantage if there ever are any misunderstandings in the undefined probationary period.

    So, I am glad you did the Intro. Using that sticky.

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    Re: BobbingForBunions intro

    Where have all the good men gone?

    Right here!

    Your introduction reads identical to so many others!

    Is there a pattern here or just coincidence?

    You go girl? More like "you stay girl", I'll go!

    (I'd rather ask myself "How do I resolve this issue?" than "Why the f*ck do women do that?!")
    That sir, is the fastest way out of a sticky situation! Plus it's universal!

    Welcome to the site!
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    Re: BobbingForBunions intro

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    Where have all the good men gone?

    Right here!

    Your introduction reads identical to so many others!

    Is there a pattern here or just coincidence?

    You go girl? More like "you stay girl", I'll go!



    That sir, is the fastest way out of a sticky situation! Plus it's universal!

    Welcome to the site!

    I noticed that too.

    With as many of us saying essentially the same thing, no way can it be a coincidence.

    I've been reminded lately of many of the behaviors I've seen women exhibit from a number of recent posts.
    Reading them, I'm thinking "I could've posted that," or "ain't just me" or "nice to see I'm not the only one seeing/seen this."

    Makes me so happy that I never married or cohabited...I thank God every day for that.
    As MGTOW, resistance to the collective is NOT futile.
    Don't let yourself be assimilated and become a mindless zombie supporting and submitting to any woman.
    They will ultimately destroy you.


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