Last week Yarara created a thread with the title “Personal Finances and Common Sense” in my forum. If you are a registered member, please go check it out. You will find some input from me as well.
One of the indicators of a dying nation is preoccupation with utter bullshit instead of tackling the serious problems it is facing. In that regard, Sweden is a prime example. Quite recently, the largest labor union of that country ran a week-long “mansplaining hotline”, giving women an outlet if a male colleague alerted them to… Continue reading Tailspinning Sweden: The mansplaining hotline
Most guys are aware that a lot of women deceive with regards to their looks. Makeup is a given. Some women you don’t even recognize without their makeup on. If you lack experience in that regard, at the very least watch a few YouTube tutorials for girls on various techniques, like temporary lip enlargement or… Continue reading Gym BS: Guys experiencing magic growth
The other day I heard, once again, a phrase that never fails to crack me up. As so often, the context was online dating, which is apparently an excellent venue for hooking up with single mothers, willingly or not. A guy told me he has been exploring Plenty of Fish. His success was more along… Continue reading She “forgot to mention” that she has a child from another man?
Blog reader Yarara left an interesting comment on my post on Fat Vegetarians. The entire exchange he is involved with is interesting, but one statement in particular stands out, and not just because it fits thematically to my last post, Everything you do is a reflection of your personality: At the time I had a… Continue reading You can just walk away!
Last weekend I’ve had a very interesting conversation with a long-time reader of my blog and books. (Thanks again, N.!) We were not talking about pick-up, but instead mostly about trading. To summarize his view on psychological aspects, my interlocutor made the statement that trading is essentially a mirror of one’s personality. Well, books have… Continue reading Everything you do is a reflection of your personality
The other day I ended up talking to a bunch of random people, in a distinctly non-sexual setting. Think business bullshit. There was a surplus of women in the group, all of which seemed rather interchangeable. At one point they were talking about their favorite vegetarian recipes. At that point, though, I excused myself, grabbed… Continue reading Fat Vegetarians
Do you want to know what would happen if Tumblr ran a country? Look no further than Sweden! The ultra-progressive government of the Great Nation of Sweden recently figured out that its snow removal regime was disadvantaging women. Their reasoning went roughly as follows: – more women than men walk to work – more men… Continue reading Tailspinning Sweden: Gender-neutral snow removal
I don’t care about celebrities. Yet, I do follow a few political news sites, such as Breitbart. To my great surprise, they ran a story on Kanye West and his fat greedy wife Kim Kardashian: Kanye West Begs Mark Zuckerberg for $1 Billion. Yes, I know that it was published in February. This should give… Continue reading What you can learn from Kanye West
As someone tried to pull out the old “looks aren’t everything” card in the comments section recently, I’d like to point out how devious that kind of argument is. First, those people claim that all I promote is “looks, looks, looks”. As a follow up, the claim is made that if all you had were… Continue reading The false dichotomy of looks vs “game”
Some days ago I posted the article Women who use their looks to get ahead. The inspiration of that article was the following video of the Korean female drummer A-Yeon, in which she does a cover of “Welcome to the Jungle” by Guns N’ Roses: Go on, rub one out if you feel like it!… Continue reading When looks overshadow talent
If you follow US bloggers in the wider “manosphere”, you will notice that some have very strong opinions on what you are supposed to study, or whether you should go to college at all. Considering that college costs an inordinate amount of money in the US, no matter how elite or crappy the school, or… Continue reading STEM vs non-STEM degrees from a European perspective
Today I stumbled across a pretty interesting video with a female drummer. She was good. She was also wearing extremely provocative clothing. In fact, I wondered how she made it past YouTube censorship. As I watched her tits wiggle while she eagerly worked her drum set, I thought of something else. Yeah, that too. But… Continue reading Women who use their looks to get ahead
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