I recently came across a tweet by a strong, empowered woman who was afforded a seemingly rare moment of introspection due to the ongoing Covid-19 PsyOps operation. She wrote that sitting at home all day made her aware that her hobbies consist of the following:
- going to bars
- eating at restaurants
- frequenting non-essential businesses
Now that those options have been taken away from her, she is left to her own devices, which means that she only has the most important device in her life left, i.e. her smartphone.
At first, this tweet gave me a good chuckle. However, I then remembered that women I did not want to meet up with or keep seeing had a small number of verbal attacks in store, ranging from the utterly bizarre (“you’re probably gay anyway!”) to the humorous (“keep fucking your 18 year-olds, pedo!”) to the psychologically manipulative. In the latter category, you have the guilt-trippers who tell you that you need to grow up, that you have commitment problems, or that you are a sad sack of fecal matter because you “have no life”.
I got the “get a life” or “you have no life” insult a few times, the main reason being that I view socializing as a means to an end. It’s normally nothing I enjoy. In particular, the idea of hanging out with a bunch of random people is rather inconceivable to me. However, as long as your women keep their hopes up that you will commit to them, or at least keep banging them, they may tolerate that you have stacks of books to read, video games to play, movies to watch or sheet music to practice. Your obscure hobbies she’ll likewise tolerate. She may even feign interest. You’ll only turn into a weirdo once she is ready to move on.
The supposed insult that you don’t have a life is quite humorous as it comes from people (women) who lead rather vapid existences. Their life consists of their job or studies, which they generally don’t have much interest in, and their spare time consisting of shopping, hanging out in bars, mooching dinners off beta cucks, getting fucked by randoms, partying and getting drunk or high on drugs, and watching TV shows. What they absolutely hate is being alone all by themselves.
That many women hate being alone is no exaggeration. If you haven’t you should see how an extroverted woman without any interests reacts to not having access to the Internet for a few hours. They freak out, not knowing what to do with themselves. I’ve seen women having a meltdown because they couldn’t go online, for instance because their phone has died due to their own negligence as they had forgotten to charge it. Of course, for some unfathomable reason, it’s your fault. Also, the more sexually active among you may have gotten calls from ex-girlfriends or fuck buddies who wanted to come over because they are bored. Yes, you read that right: they contact a bunch of guys, asking if they want to fuck them, just so that someone keeps them company. It’s quite sad.
In contrast, most guys have deep interests. They are able to occupy themselves with goal-oriented tasks. Heck, even when we go out to a club it’s with a clear goal in mind as opposed to just wasting time. We want to bang. When we play video games, it’s not just to pass some time. No, not at all! Instead, we’re busy climbing global rankings. This is an entirely different mode of existence that a large number of women just won’t understand. They need external stimulation.
Sure, you can now say that a dude watching movies get externally stimulated, but even in that case, it is much more likely that a guy doesn’t just watch random movies but instead did a bit of research beforehand. Most of the women I’ve met had no interest in even doing that. Instead, they expect you to entertain them, or to find entertainment for them. Thankfully, women tend to be quite malleable, in particular if they are really into you, and end up liking whatever you like. However, the other side of the coin is that many of them don’t seem to have any interests. Instead, they change their interests like fashion, or like boyfriends. Thus it’s projection if they accuse you of having no life.
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