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    Hello good sirs!

    Hey there my good fellows, such a pleasure to finally be here posting. Iíve read so much on this forum already and have finally decided to take the plunge and post some hopefully helpful stuff here myself. Cheers to a long and fruitful few discussions.


    So what drove this chap to the red pill and MGTOW you ask? Well then, go grab yourself a beer or a cup of tea and have a gander at my short intro story.


    Iíve had quite a few long term and short term relationships in the past, all of which progressively pushed me over the edge of tolerance for female nonsense. I look back to my younger days and chuckle at how much of a blue pill fool I was, if I didnít chuckle Iíd probably cry about it instead. Iíve been subject to verbal abuse of the foulest kind over the smallest things (no not my manhood thank you very much), Iíve been psychologically and emotionally manipulated into doing things that go against my core sense of wrong and right, I was once forced to go shopping at IKEA and I almost got married once. All stories I shall elaborate on in time I promise.


    Each time I would go on a date, had a one night stand or was in a longer term relationship I would get this bigger and bigger feeling that this wasnít right and this wasnít worth my time. You could say my eyes got opened wider and wider to the point now where I feel as though I see it all as it always was (but which I was effectively blind to), which is to say ďa bloody raw deal for menĒ.


    Dealing with womenís absolute rubbish just is not worth it to me any longer. Getting them to the bedroom may feel great at the time, but how much effort, time and money went into it to get them there? For what is maybe an hour of hopping on the good foot and doing the bad thing? Thereís about a hundred thousand other things I prefer to sink my energy into these days. The juice isnít worth the squeeze. The cost vs benefit sucks. The high price of the ticket isnít worth getting on the rusty, used falling apart roller coaster ride that is dealing with women.


    What closed the door forever between myself and women was not a single act, was not one woman, was not one day and not one too many trips to the stupid candle shop, it was all of it in combination. From living with a woman who refused to help clean up the house we lived in whilst working a "crazy" 10 hours a week, the woman that used to scream and throw things when she didn't get her way to the stupid time consuming and ultimately disappointing dating games, I got a little tired of it all and now I'm just doing my own thing and going my own way. I canít thank my lucky stars enough for getting out of it all before having an accidental pregnancy, a messy divorce, a false accusation, an STD or anything like that. I do have the deep emotional scars of the jaded man though, but with the knowledge that there are good men out there that have been though the same if not more often worse things as myself, well itís mighty comforting I tell you that we can come to a place like this and talk about it all.


    These days Iím a red pilled exceptionally happily single man in a long term relationship with freedom. I donít really date any more and with the free time which that brings I ride motorcycles, run, cycle, kayak, hike, build furniture, drink beer and have a good old time with my mates. Cheers for reading my post fellas, I appreciate your precious time. See you on the next post!









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    Re: Hello good sirs!

    Another Aussie, alright. Glad you found us.

    I always wanted to ride Australia, but never had the money. What kind a bike you got?
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    Re: Hello good sirs!

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    Another Aussie, alright. Glad you found us.

    I always wanted to ride Australia, but never had the money. What kind a bike you got?
    Australia, frog? You can ride there steering with your feet! You need a bike with autopilot for when you fall asleep!

    Around here, rte. 100 VT, 202 MA,CT,NY and a shitload of winding roads with correct pitch designed for tin lizzies (model-T) are awesome rides if like skiing and cornering! Allot of the same roads used during prohibition when the smugglers used to outrun the cops, and many of the drivers later became famous race car drivers, it's where modern racing got it's start!

    Autonomous equipment will go up in smoke on these roads!

    You won't make it past the first wash in Australia, you'll be sleeping along, and the bike falls out from under you, oops, didn't see that one coming!
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    Re: Hello good sirs!

    Very good intro, thanks, and welcome to the group. I've been here a few months, and it's a good one.

    What closed the door forever between myself and women was not a single act, was not one woman, was not one day and not one too many trips to the stupid candle shop, it was all of it in combination. From living with a woman who refused to help clean up the house we lived in whilst working a "crazy" 10 hours a week, the woman that used to scream and throw things when she didn't get her way to the stupid time consuming and ultimately disappointing dating games, I got a little tired of it all and now I'm just doing my own thing and going my own way.
    Nice. I liked that. I especially identify with your sense that dating just isn't worth the time and effort. I will occasionally feel myself drawn back to experimenting with it -- maybe once a year, once every other year -- but I always come away bored and disappointed, and more appreciative of my single life. I'm fortunate to have a lot of other interests. I think some men don't. It's like chasing women is so programmed in, it's all they can think to do with themselves.

    Anyhow, welcome aboard.

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    Re: Hello good sirs!

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    Another Aussie, alright. Glad you found us.

    I always wanted to ride Australia, but never had the money. What kind a bike you got?

    I always wanted to ride Europe someday (yeah money though I know right haha), Aus is pretty good to ride when you stick to the hills and big long straights between towns, I avoid the cities like the plague though. I've got a small Suzuki DRZ400, small but mighty, she goes everywhere and anywhere, through a creek or between the states and territories, good little thing.

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    Re: Hello good sirs!

    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Haskell View Post
    Very good intro, thanks, and welcome to the group. I've been here a few months, and it's a good one.



    Nice. I liked that. I especially identify with your sense that dating just isn't worth the time and effort. I will occasionally feel myself drawn back to experimenting with it -- maybe once a year, once every other year -- but I always come away bored and disappointed, and more appreciative of my single life. I'm fortunate to have a lot of other interests. I think some men don't. It's like chasing women is so programmed in, it's all they can think to do with themselves.

    Anyhow, welcome aboard.
    Hey mate thanks it's great to be here! Yeah you're exactly right about the pre-programing to chase women, hit the nail on the head. If the guy has nothing else going on in their life, no hobbies, interests or friends to hang with, then I guess dealing with the headaches caused by women seems more worthwhile (as it doesn't interfere with the rest of your world because what did they have going anyways haha). Cultivating a good few interests I feel is the much healthier and safer alternative to putting yourself through the fem-headache.

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    Re: Hello good sirs!

    Good read. Welcome to the fraternity. We all have certain scars from dealing with others from our past. The key is what we learned from those experiences and how we apply said knowledge going forward.


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