Hamster pushed for divorce, then became jealous when ex-husband got in shape and found a younger, prettier SO

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April 22, 2018

Reading relationships subreddit can bring some good TRP examples IRL.

Here's the thread.

Characters in the story: the hamster (32F), her ex-husband (33M) and his new girlfriend (26F).

Husband focused on career, while wife stayed at home caring for his son. She had no hobbies nor friends, was overweight and became less attractive as she hit the wall, and being home alone, she was feeling lonely (probably cheated on her husband occasionally) while husband was working his ass off to provide for family.

The husband stayed faithful, yet to her that wasn't perfect, she wanted him to leave his job(?) to spend more time with her, yet had the husband did so, she'd have left him after a while because he'd no longer be providing her and their kid with quality life, and would have turned into a loser just like she is.

Instead of appreciating the quality life and supporting husband in his career, she gave him drama and initiated the divorce.

Hooked the husband on child support (she wouldn't mention facts like this, because that's not good for her self-image) was banging random dudes she'd have found online (very easy for a woman to get laid and get that instant gratification from attention/sex), then after realizing she lost a man with very high SMV, and there are slim chances of getting another one now, she regretted her decision and wants him back.

But unfortunately for her, the husband moved on, found himself a pretty, fit 26 y/o girl with a positive attitude.

Had the husband became miserable and turned into a loser alcoholic, she wouldn't have wanted him back, and rationalized her decision to divorce him as "right".

Remember, women will rationalize whatever they want so long as it benefits them.

In this case, she became the victim of her own stupidity. If you're at a point in life, when your SO gives you shit/or your wife divorces you, with little care to your "feelings". Just remember, that the best revenge is to get more successful than you currently are, get higher SMV, nothing grinds hamster wheels harder than seeing the man they dumped becoming a better person in the future.

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Title Hamster pushed for divorce, then became jealous when ex-husband got in shape and found a younger, prettier SO
Author boobylee
Upvotes 1392
Comments 239
Date 22 April 2018 05:51 PM UTC (2 years ago)
Subreddit TheRedPill
Link https://theredarchive.com/post/49841
Original Link https://old.reddit.com/r/TheRedPill/comments/8e4vth/hamster_pushed_for_divorce_then_became_jealous/
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[–]11-Eleven-111174 points1175 points  (41 children) | Copy

Sorry, you need to stop blaming him for your issues. The divorce didn’t motivated him.

You were dragging him down, you didn’t want to do anything, go on trips, get in shape, have sex, he was depressed and beaten down, but he was in love with you and committed to his family. You drug the marriage and him down, when you divorced him you freed him to go back to being the man he always was.

Now you remember what you gave up, and could have had, and you are mad at him, and at her, and neither one is responsible for your situation.

This comment I found sums it up perfectly.

[–]boobylee[S] 989 points990 points  (20 children) | Copy

Here's another, good one (posted by a woman), the juiciest part:

it appears you have suffered from a false delusion that marriage is oppressive and that obtaining freedom from your husband while demanding financial support is somehow liberating. Women who think like you are the reason why so many men are scared of marriage these days. As soon as the wife gets a bit unhappy, she can divorce you and take your stuff.

[–]Frenetic_Zetetic227 points228 points  (3 children) | Copy

So good, I'll even paste the whole thing for people feeling lazy today:

I will probably be downvoted here but I think you really messed up and others should see your story as a cautionary tale.

Let's see. You married a great man who supported you through pregnancy. You got to stay at home while he worked his ass off supporting you and the child (which is not at all like being a single mom where you are working full time at a job and having to take care of your kid.)

Your marriage hits a little bit of a bump. It's not like he cheated or abused you: he was working very hard to support his family and struggling to balance his work/family life. Instead of stepping up and focusing on the things you can do to improve your marriage (get healthy, work on bedroom problems, call a babysitter, be a positive and supportive wife) you run to a lawyer and call it quits.

You focused only on your feelings and and chose not to engage in the hard work necessary to keep your marriage together. You are obsessed with your own emotions and did not seem to care how divorce would impact your husband or child. Honestly, I think your actions are incredibly selfish.

Now he is stuck with the financial burden of alimony (I am assuming you are receiving alimony since you were a stay at home mom and he earned enough to support that lifestyle) and child support. Fantastic. That being said, it appears you have suffered from a false delusion that marriage is oppressive and that obtaining freedom from your husband while demanding financial support is somehow liberating. Women who think like you are the reason why so many men are scared of marriage these days. As soon as the wife gets a bit unhappy, she can divorce you and take your stuff.

Of course you are upset seeing him happy. He is dating someone responsible who inspires him to be his best self. You need to start thinking logically about how to improve your life. Don't try to "win" your husband back- you have already done enough damage to him. Take care of your body, get your mind right, learn some skills, and liberate yourself from false delusions.

12/10, will read again.

[–]SpecialSpnk36 points37 points  (0 children) | Copy

This is fucking golden really

[–]Chaddeus_Rex-4 points-3 points  (0 children) | Copy

The woman who wrote this is a NAWALT or is she AWALT but "virtue signallong" or is her husband alpha?

[–]SKRedPill153 points154 points  (3 children) | Copy

It seems it got downvoted a lot -- tells you about the state of society as such. Seems basic gratitude is too much for some - hell, I was seeing a video of a mother elephant thanking the people who got her calf out of a ditch and wondering where we've fallen on the evolutionary ladder.

[–]SickOfIt51813 points14 points  (1 child) | Copy

The authors probably got instantly banned too for telling the bitter truth.

[–]RedPilledGodEmperor148 points149 points  (0 children) | Copy

The best freaking response out there.

[–]kinda-tall45 points46 points  (0 children) | Copy

Damn couldn’t have said it better myself.

[–]11-Eleven-1114 points15 points  (0 children) | Copy

I like that one better

[–]magx0114 points15 points  (1 child) | Copy

That's gotta be a guy posting.

[–]truedemocracy314 points15 points  (1 child) | Copy

It really is a golden comment. This women had it MADE. Being able to be a stay at home mother is the ultimate dream for many women - and still it wasn't enough.

It's disgusting how 'seriously' some women take marriage. As the saying goes, all women want to be brides, almost none want to be wives

[–]jimmysax995 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy

Ha, she still has it made. She likely took half of everything he had, as most states are equal distribution these days. It is indeed women like her that are waking men up. A woman can cheat on you, file for divorce, and still take half of everything you have, regardless of whether or not she contributed one red penny. Until they change the divorce laws, men would be wise to never marry again. Unless you like working your ass off to one day give half of it away to some undeserving woman, stay single!

[–]tobasoft7 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy

Yeeesh, yeah that about sums it up right there.

[–]nombre12 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

A lack of posts encouraging this behavior is locked? Shocking! /s

[–][deleted] 44 points45 points  (8 children) | Copy

Symbiosis is any type of a close and long-term biological interaction between two different biological organisms, be it sexually mutual, commensalistic, or parasitic. The organisms, each termed a symbiont, may be of the same or of different species. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symbiosis

In evolutionary biology, parasitism is a relationship between species or between different members of the same species, where the parasite lives on or in another organism, the host, causing it some harm, and is adapted structurally to this way of life.


The act of the host pulling off a Simbiotic relationship that's turned to parasitism serves an evolutionary purpose to discourage procreation of parasites and encourage symbiosis. The genes of the symbiont are sub-optimal, having turned to parasitism, and should not to be carried on to the next generation. This dance between host and parasite is itself a beautiful example of evolution and natural selection in action.

So the man breaking that relationship and forming a new better one, leaving her out in the cold is an edification to all of humanity. It is why after 800 million years, we've advanced from a small chinchilla like rodent to the humans you see today.

Western civilization teaches men that they won't thrive after a divorce. But the opposite is the case, throughout most of the last 500 million years, males basically wandered off after the child is age 4 or 6 to start a new better family. The old psychological phenomenon: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_seven-year_itch is a male biological imperative that is suppressed by western christian ideology of one man and one woman for all time.

[–]lala_xyyz37 points38 points  (6 children) | Copy

It's indeed beautiful to see evolution in progress. It would've been even prettier had he not a child with her. Taken on a grander scale, the feminism acts as an evolutionary filter itself - the career-oriented feminist harpies with low maternal but intense hypergamous instincts, and absolute solipsism with no sense of appreciation of mens' sacrifice by and large get eliminated from the gene pool, with zero or at best a single child. It's just a matter of time before the son gets old enough to completely gravitate towards the father, at which point the mother will be a candidate for a mental institution. No mercy for the dumb hoes who ruin families for their gina tingles.

[–]rpMadler35 points36 points  (5 children) | Copy

The only problem with that is that feminism isn't genetically transmitted, it's culturally transmitted.

[–]_BITCHES_LOVE_ME_ 1 points1 points [recovered] | Copy

Feminists have higher testosterone than normal women. There are clear morphological differences, feminists are often overweight, unattractive, hairy, less feminine etc.

Not all women are affected by the cancerous feminism, there is a chance there is a biological predisposition towards this ailment. So it might not be entirely cultural.

[–]Randy_Dream_Weaver5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy

Culture is downstream of genetics.

[–]SKRedPill2 points3 points  (2 children) | Copy

There was a post up here that claimed that 7% of women are unnaturally masculine. Not sure what is the percentage of narcissists or psychopaths in the human race (i.e. dark triad men), but the numbers of such deviants from the norm are significant.

[–]Travzaz2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy


I'm a psychopath researcher. They make up 1% of the general population, and become more prevalent the higher up dominance hierarchies you get. Still, they max out at about 3% in upper management.

[–]Ishouldbeproducing1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

after reading the first 2 sentences "selfishness" came to mind instantly.

[–]truedemocracy31 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

I have dated women who let themselves go a bit and had no interest joining me on runs, the gym, etc. It's tough as you love them but eventually realize you can do better.

[–]0wnieee0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

I can relate to that response

[–]SighsUnzips0 points1 point  (2 children) | Copy

Supporting struggling men is noble. This is just sad. By sad I mean, low effort crying and self sorry victim-hood. This is fail-sauce.

[–]11-Eleven-111 point2 points  (1 child) | Copy

Well theres no soy in it. Sorry.

[–]SighsUnzips2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

More blame game. You are clueless about not only being a man, but also being an adult human. You're the poster child for feminist hate. I despise this recent breed of third-wave intersectional feminism. It's toxic. You fuel it. I don't know how you're going to do it because you're dug-in like an infected tick, but - a clue, get one.

[–]abdada466 points467 points  (59 children) | Copy

As you get older, you will hear these stories directly more and more over time.

I remember when I was getting out of my marriage and honestly all my guy friends and most of my female colleagues said even if my wife was batshit insane coke head with a $15,000/month spending budget, I wouldn't do better than her. Lol.

Now all I see are my buddy's ex-wives dropping the kids off who are so super excite to hang out with "happy dad and his girlfriend who is half his age" and the exes look like a moldy sack of potatoes. I haven't seen my ex in over 10 years but I've heard from my lawyer that she's a crazy cat lady and burned through not only all the divorce settlement but her trust fund.

The Wall: it's real, and the older you get as a guy, the more you experience it.

Going to my 25 year high school reunion last year was a shocking look at human reality. Every single high value guy there was fit, ripped, happy, flirting. There wasn't a single high value woman except for the lipstick lesbian who has always been a high value woman with no desire for guys.

There's nothing worse than being a man under the age of 31 in any society. Even if you're a high value 20-something, you have no idea what it means to be a high value man over 31. That's when all the magic, hard work and patience really pays off, and it will pay off beyond the day they finally bury you.

[–]1TheDreadnought1211 points212 points  (12 children) | Copy

As a 20yo (and living in a shitty country), this is the sort of simple, realistic, motivating comment that helps me in my journey and that I'd like to see everyday. Thank you mr. Sometimes is hard to see the pot of gold in the end of the rainbow.

[–]osirise104 points105 points  (4 children) | Copy

You’re going to do great man. This is a great community you’re learning from at such a young age.

I have younger brothers around your age and I always tell them. Make sure you avoid 3 things. Don’t die, don’t go to jail, and don’t knock anyone up.

You do that and your 30s + will be amazing as long as you follow RP principles (setting and chirping goals worth achieving, lifting, keep flirting)

Don’t get down on yourself. Patience pays

[–]ThinkGrowProsper13 points14 points  (3 children) | Copy

Are there any goals you believe should be on every man’s list? (Apart from lifting)

I usually dedicate my time to learning to cook, reading, learning languages, yoga, gym, traveling, and making money. I feel like I could be doing more. I’m in my mid twenties. Any insight would be much appreciated. Cheers.

[–]majaka123434 points35 points  (2 children) | Copy

Not rhe guy you replied to but if I could go back to my 20 year old self I would say this - Income independence and not being afraid to fail.

I've focused on businesses in different industries since I was 19 and I've gone from making $40k a month in revenue to barely having enough to afford a ticket back to living with my parents and everything in between in the pursuit of the hustle.

I spent a couple of years beating myself up and spinning my wheels after the first big failure before going back to office work where I made more cash in three months than that entire two year period which only had the benefit of fixing my debt and ruining my social life for the next year and a half.

Then the next year was spent realising that I don't want to work in and office and focusing on self improvement. Overall a good three years or so just fucking around that could have been avoided if I had just gotten over my fragile young ego.

Nowadays I can still occasionally fall into that trap but I've got multiple projects and opportunities running which means less time between successes (invoices, sign offs and new clients) which has the added benefit of making it difficult to beat yourself up when some guy just deposits $10k into your bank account.

Key takeaways:

  1. Never focus on one income source. Better to have 3-4 low sources of income than 1 big one. My $40k a month business was gone in three months when market instability hit and currency markets went fucked up.

  2. First world living expenses can be replaced comfortably with quality developing countries. I've lived in a few different continents on 20-30% of my first world wage. Helps to save and invest more into businesses/projects which means less risk of busting the savings.

  3. There's nothing wrong with delayed gratification. I quit a $130k a year job to take on a new project. That busted and I lost a good $100k in potential earnings and another year off my life but it was worth the risk. A new project is just signed off now which could make me $80k a year in the first year and $160k a year the second year which only requires four months up front work. Pays $20k up front which helps me settle debt and I sold part of the old business which covers living costs. Yeah I would be up $80k by sticking around at my old office job but I'd also be that much closer to a gun in my mouth too.

  4. Girls are overrated. Im 27 and I'm already sick of them. They get in my way and as soon as I cum I'm basically counting down the minutes for them to fuck off so I can start doing something on my laptop. Maybe I'll meet some broad who has her shit together enough to actually impress me but I'm not holding my breath.

  5. Doing what everyone else is doing will just end up with you married to some hag with a mortgage and jumping off a bridge when she divorces you and takes all your shit for no reason. I have no doubt despite my tumultuous journey that there will be a massive pay off that will make up for all of it and put me far ahead of where j would have been had I stuck around doing the typical 9-5. Meanwhile the guys from highschool who signed a 30 year mortgage are already fucked.

[–]SovereignSoul764 points5 points  (1 child) | Copy

Some valuable advice right here. I especially like the multiple income stream info.

I would also add: if you're young (teens or twenties), spend some time thinking about what you want to focus on doing. Start some pet projects. What creates that spark inside of you? You may find that what you thought interested you really...doesn't.

Don't just use the typical thought process of: "I was an accounting major, so I'll be an accountant, maybe some day I can get a good job at Ernst & Young". That's what drones do. Don't be a drone.

It sucks to start projects and then write them up as a failure. But that's kind of what you need to do. Process of elimination to find what works. Nobody in their twenties, or really 30s even, should ever feel "pot-committed" to a profession.

[–]archetypicalman1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Amen to @majaka1234's advise. Being 28 myself and having been married at 22, I'd tell myself to not even consider marriage until at least my late 20s. Establishing financial independence, and health should be every man's goal in his 20s.

[–]1grogbottle20 points21 points  (0 children) | Copy

A shitty country is also a country with great potential. Great risk, great reward. Take care of yourself. Build power. Avoid conflicts you cannot win. Use your hunger and instincts to seek out greatness.

[–]youlovethisish21 points22 points  (2 children) | Copy

I think it's important to remember, however, that you need to capitalize on all that 20s knowledge in order to make your 30s amazing. It doesn't just magically happen - if you were fat and ugly in your 20s, and stay that way in your 30s, you're not going to see that much improvement.

You have to keep hustling, building your legacy, focusing on your purpose, working out and eating healthy, generating power, and creating solid social presence in order for all this to work in your favor. It doesn't flip unless you actively work on it - it's just easier to flip as you work on it in your late 20s/early 30s, as compared to trying to make it flip at 22 when you're still a babyface with $1k to your name and not enough credit to lease a Nissan Leaf.

[–]abdada15 points16 points  (1 child) | Copy

I think it's important to remember, however, that you need to capitalize on all that 20s knowledge in order to make your 30s amazing. It doesn't just magically happen - if you were fat and ugly in your 20s, and stay that way in your 30s, you're not going to see that much improvement.

Granted, but if you're actively reading TRP and giving it some effort, it does start to clarify better in your 30s even if you end up doing a piss poor job with not the right effort in your 20s.

I've been active in TRP communities online since 1987. 31 years. Long fscking time. In that time I have repeatedly seen guys pop in during their teens and 20s only to burn out and say it doesn't work. But give them a decade and they're back and actually seeing more clearly.

You have to keep hustling, building your legacy, focusing on your purpose, working out and eating healthy, generating power, and creating solid social presence in order for all this to work in your favor. It doesn't flip unless you actively work on it - it's just easier to flip when you do work on it, as compared to trying to make it flip at 22 when you're still a babyface with $1k to your name and not enough credit to lease a Nissan Leaf.

Yep, agreed. Sex is a side effect to the effort you put into yourself, your own comfort, your own happiness, your own stability. Unless you are quite literally in the 2-3% who are natural alphas with natural masculine nature, you have to put an effort into yourself, not into women.

Even if you're in the bottom 2-3% of men in the world, putting an effort into yourself gets you in the top 20% no matter what your disabilities and shortcomings are. Once you're in that top 20%, you're going to be in the top 5-10% once you're in your 30s. No doubt about it. I've done enough mentorship in the past 15+ years that I've seen it over and over and over: put an effort in even if you're bottom 5% omega at 23, and by 31 you will be in the top 10% of all men your age.

We laugh here about women hitting the Wall but that's only because we see them. We don't see the guys who hit the wall because they're totally anonymous.

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

I've seen it over and over and over: put an effort in even if you're bottom 5% omega at 23, and by 31 you will be in the top 10% of all men your age.

Thank you. One of my biggest frustrations is trying to educate incels. It is so important to them to believe that everything is fate. It is almost like they are at their core like women in their thinking. Make yourself into the man you want to be. It is a matter of will. You set your mind to it and you simply DO IT!

[–]von_dutch 1 points1 points [recovered] | Copy

22 year old white male here. It really does feel like the dog days sometimes. Working myself to exhaustion in the gym, working on my career, becoming fully financially independent. Just have to keep my nose to the grindstone and know that one day it will all be worth it.

[–]abdada23 points24 points  (6 children) | Copy

You need to get some reflection in you. It isn't well supported on Reddit's TRP community but I suggest you take a break from the gym for 2 weeks and spend some time with a bunch of disabled dudes. Volunteer at a wheelchair basketball camp in summer or something. Check it out. Don't do this as charity, do this as self reflection.

As for career/financial independence, you need to write a budget down in a spreadsheet and maintain it weekly. My budget program requires a 12 month reverse budget but it's well reviewed by those who follow it. If you can't do that, just keep your spreadsheet and enter 3 columns per spending item: "Survival" amount of what you spent as an absolute minimum cost of survival, "Thrive" amount of what you'd want to spend beyond survival but not quite luxury level, and "Arrival" amount of that line that you'd spend if money was no option. So if your rent is $1200 a month, maybe you'll put in "$600" of that towards survival, $300 towards thrive and $300 towards arrival.

At the end of the month, multiply the Thrive and Arrival totals by 173, 520 and 1220 to see how much you're harming your net worth in 10, 20 and 30 years by spending that amount each month. This will clarify if you're going to get where you want to get by age 32, 42 and 52. Then cut back on that category to get there by that age.

Men aged 18-22 have it pretty easy compared to 26-30. The last 4 years of your 20s can be absolute horseshit even if you are making bank, have a nice pad and car, and are dating HB8s in their late teens or early 20s.

[–]youngchappa 1 points1 points [recovered] | Copy

How would the last 4 years of your 20s be shit if u have bank, car and hb ?

[–]hammerhearth19 points20 points  (2 children) | Copy

Because by your late twenties your grandparents are dead, your brother moved away, your best friends married away, and your aging parents sold the house you grew up in.

You've learned of the divorce rates and absurd housing prices. You've learned that your work friends are not your real friends. You've learned HR at work doesn't care for your best interests but the company's best interests.

You've learned you can make decisions that can kill you long before you actually die.

[–]youngchappa 1 points1 points [recovered] | Copy

Op said that having a nice pad, good job and car in your late 20s can still be horse shit? My buddies won't be married in their late twenties, but probably will be in their 30s

So don't really understand why you late twenties would be shit compared to 30s

More chance of all that bad stuff happening in your 30s, like friends getting married.

[–]hammerhearth10 points11 points  (0 children) | Copy

There's more to life than a nice car and a hot babe.

[–]abdada2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

How would the last 4 years of your 20s be shit if u have bank, car and hb ?

Because you have all of these things that Kanye tells you to get in some low IQ English song and they all require constant care, upkeep, maintenance, insurance, attention, etc...and you don't feel like you're really better off. You got this and then you realize "holy shit all that work and this bullshit requires MORE work??

Age 29 sucks for a male -- a successful one or a failure. Either way, you almost 30 and you're looking at 35+ years more of work and can not believe it's only gotten tougher.

[–]Gozsayin20 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Same boat 22 The gozsayin2 edition vs Taylor Swift's song what a difference

[–]bob13bob0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

gym time is least important goal. Build your skilset and the ability to make money.

[–]mishasam897 points8 points  (13 children) | Copy

There's nothing worse than being a man under the age of 31 in any society. Even if you're a high value 20-something,

Why? Do women not take us seriously before that or what? is it money, status, looks, maturity, or what?

[–]abdada48 points49 points  (11 children) | Copy

Why? Do women not take us seriously before that or what? is it money, status, looks, maturity, or what?

Well, women don't take money, status, looks or maturity seriously anyway. If you interview them they'll say these are important things but that's their rational brain attempting to communicate, and hypergamy isn't about being rational. Women admire men who are confident and charismatic. That's Game. That's TRP.

There is evidence that men become more confident after 30 -- especially with TRP foundations. There is also evidence that men over 30 gain massive SMV points in charisma for one simple reason: they're now the age when most women are past The Wall.

Imagine that you're 28 years old and the women your age just want to get married and settle down with beta bucks. You're not him, right? But you're still not really getting to date as many women as you want -- mostly because you're uncertain if maybe you SHOULD marry and settle down because WTF will happen when you're a 30-something old dude? Incel is a fear at 28 for men.

But you hit 30, 31 and all of a sudden all those 30-something women are now single. They banged their way through many Chads and no one wants the sloppy body and haggard frown marks. So tons of women start hitting you up -- you're 30-something, you're getting your shit together, you've got just enough sexual experience that you don't blow your load after 30 seconds of dry humping. You now have nearly endless women your age who are hitting you up. So you grow confidence because if you need an easy lay, all your "friends" from high school are banging on your door.

The thing is, confidence with post-Wall women translates beautifully to pre-Wall women. And you're more mature. You're getting that George Clooney cocky smile going. Maybe your voice is dropping a bit because you're not in a rush to get the words out. You're carrying yourself a bit better. It's not maturity, it's experience.

I was always an ugly short dude with a lisp but I never had problems with women. Even at the age of 15 I was dating more than I could handle. This is because my dad and my mentors impressed on me that women love confidence and guys who don't take shit seriously (charisma). In my 20s, I owned a very popular nightclub -- women were a dime a dozen.

And yet, with all of that, at age 31 I lost 7 figures in a divorce. I was so poor I lived in a basement studio apartment. I couldn't afford to turn on the electricity for 6 months -- I had little camping lanterns to read by. No fridge. No hot water heater. No oven (I used a propane camping stove, lol). I was buying mystery cans from the grocery store for 19 cents each and hoping for tuna and not natto.

But guess what?

Women went ape shit for me. I was a broke, ugly, short dude with $0 and they'd come over to my house with sushi and wine and be impressed at "how romantic" it was to dine by LED lanterns.

Why is that? It's because I hit this super confident stage, this state of dont-give-a-fuck-itis, maybe. So I dated more as a broke 31 year old than I did as a millionaire 25 year old. And I dated better quality women on top of that.

Now I'm in my mid-40s and life is fucking ridiculous. My girlfriend's hamster spins 24/7 based on how women IOI me in front of her. Her coworkers ask who I am. She knows if she fails me she gets replaced, which is why her ass is at the gym 4 times a week and she tracks her macros and wears cute dresses and offers a blowjob every time she sees me. It's great. My last 3 girlfriends were all amazing, still love them all and never had any drama or concerns.

My best bud is 52 now. Looks 52, but he's in pretty good shape without being Arnold ripped. He dates the same age range I do and he doesn't spend 1 cent or 1 second on anyone but himself. He said his 50s are better than his 40s but that it all came together in his early 30s. And he was a hot piece of ass magazine model in his 20s, so he was at the top of the male SMV curve for 20-something but he had no patience, no charisma, no confidence. He didn't have his shit together, he didn't broadcast an air of personality strength like he does now.

[–]Cesare_MA5 points6 points  (1 child) | Copy

Buying/running a nightclub sounds like something I’d wanna do. Any tips on getting into the industry or what to look for when buying/starting a club?

[–]abdada5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy

Yeah, don't do it, lol. Everyone steals from you -- employees, customers, suppliers, friends. If you aren't watching, you're getting robbed.

I made money for one reason: I got in when the neighborhood was gross and dangerous and 6 months later white kids moved into it. Gentrification is a huge piece of luck but it's the reason a lot of bars and restaurants do better than others. Once the rents go up, you're screwed.

Also, there are payoffs to make at every level of government and nefarious third parties.

[–]subzero4161 point2 points  (5 children) | Copy

did running/starting a nightclub provide your financial independence

[–]abdada3 points4 points  (4 children) | Copy

did running/starting a nightclub provide your financial independence

No, saving more than I earned in everything I did provided that. I lost money on 4 out of 5 businesses I was an investor in, but I made enough in the 20% that I could save more than I spent.

I'm 44 and retired but I don't have cable or broadband at home because I can't afford it.

Well, I could afford it if I found value in it, but honestly blowing 6 figures on cable and broadband in a decade is stupid. Other people do it every day. 6 figures on cable + internet.

[–]Grimsterr2 points3 points  (3 children) | Copy

I'm confused, 6 figures on cable + internet in a decade? That's like 850 a month for 10 years, what?

[–]abdada1 point2 points  (2 children) | Copy

I'm confused, 6 figures on cable + internet in a decade? That's like 850 a month for 10 years, what?

Math is up at poor-me (dot com) using the 173X rule.

  • Average cable bill in the US is $105 per month but you have to analyze that yourself. $105 x 173 = $18,165 in a decade.
  • Average broadband internet bill in the US is $61 per month. $61 x 173 = $10,552 in a decade
  • Average dude spends money on Netflix, Spotify and Hulu for some strange reason. $30 a month x 173 = $5190

So for the average person in the uS, you're looking at $33,907 lost opportunity cost at today's rates.

Except...cable TV has gone up 39% in 5 years. Broadband has gone up 24% in 5 years. Lots of dudes spend money on top of this for all the other useless digital entertainment that destroys motivation using the dopamine-motivation connection.

To get to an actual 6 figures of lost opportunity value in a decade you have to spend $578/month on digital entertainment in today's dollars -- which isn't that hard to do. I do a lot of budget reviews for FIRE kids in Chicago and SoFla and the average young dude is spending MORE than that in digital distractions a month, on average. It's actually less than that in 2018 dollars because of the massive price hikes that occur constantly. I heard morons are spending $1100 on their smartphone upgrades, wtf.

I don't need that shit. 1GB data plan on my 4" smartphone is more than enough with free WiFi every 5 feet outside of my home.

[–]Grimsterr1 point2 points  (1 child) | Copy

Yeah my mind was literally cramping when the single mom who lived next door, she was on all sorts of aid and working as a waitress, had a break in and lost her TV and gaming systems (yup plural) games and some other stuff and I was talking to her and asked about her renter's insurance. "Can't afford it" her and both daughters had iPhones and she had cable and internet but nope, no insurance. People just have their priorities so out of wack.

[–]abdada2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

People just have their priorities so out of wack.

Be thankful. The more useless crap you can invest in to sell to mental midgets watching CNN and Game of Thrones, the more wealth transfer occurs from you to them.

Remember that 80% of the population (per Pareto) will slave their entire lives for $0 net worth at the end of it. That means that 80% of the mongrels of the world are slaving for someone else, voluntarily.

Take advantage of this. Promote all of the crap you would never spend a dime on, as long as you're invested in it.

[–]Imakesensealot0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

Just want to let you know that you're spewing some of the real RP shit. Stuff that really is hard to come by on this sub these days. I feel like I'm going crazy when people here keep chatting shite about expensive cars and owning mortgaged houses. Women don't give a fuck. It's all about charisma and confidence.

[–]abdada1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Thanks for that.

The most sex I've had with the "hottest babes" in my life was when I was 31 years old. I've written about it here.

2 years prior I was married to an actual model (cokehead, model friends at the house, etc) living in 4 floor Victorian with 2 vacation homes, a yacht and fancy cars. At 31 I was broke -- negative $200,000 in value. I was living in a basement studio apartment with no electricity for 6 months. No fridge, no hot water, no lighting, no A/C. Eating food out of a can by camping lanterns.

But...I was out of that hell hole marriage. My business collapsed entirely. Lost all of my so-called "friends". And yet I lost all sense of giving a fuck completely, and just started talking to every cute gal I would see on the bus, on the street, at the grocery store, etc.

The women were so engaged with me -- not because of my Range Rover, not because of my expensive tailored suits, not being of my $250 hair cut (I stopped cutting my hair, lol). It was all confidence. They'd come to my shithole 300sqft apartment with no lights and call it romantic, because women WILL create new stories in their heads for a guy they're hot for.

It was hilarious. It was also eye-opening that gold diggers exist in both women and men and you have to avoid them. The hot gold diggers in my life previously were terrible in bed. Terrible. Cold fish, boring, annoying. The popular gold digger guys in my life were all fluff, no skills.

[–]swingshift63814 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

All 4. Young men the real and absolute truth is this. All you need to know to survive & thrive in life is the “ game of life” marriage/ children / good father/ provider / is a absolute lie. Despite everything you read on this form blaming women the truth is this they are only the symptoms of the disease the true sicknesses government

[–]SmilingWatermelon5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy

Thank you for this comment. As a young man I'm looking forward to cultivating a high value life.

Comments like these remind me it's all worth it.

[–]Kalidane5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy

If only we had a clue at college age.

[–]NofapFrance2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

Man im a 16yo who discovered TRP 6months ago and damn, thanks for the motivation for now I can only focus on my studies ,improving myself physically and mentally and reading books, learning new hobbies.

[–]HappyMexican2 points3 points  (1 child) | Copy

I am turning 30 This year as well. Glad to see that there are still great years ahead after 30. I feel very nervous about ageing.

[–]abdada1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

It's normal, don't sweat it. I turned 44 this year and I can't believe how much better it's been than even 43. I am consistently shocked and surprised by it. And I mentor guys for a hobby and I still can't believe it's getting better when it really shouldn't be per what the media advertises.

This morning I was hanging out with a "female hero" of mine (she's a relatively famous sailor and captain and owner of a fleet of charters). She's late 30s, hot as hell for her age and we were discussing aging and captaining.

She told me "You don't need a bra or makeup. Your hair doesn't matter, bald is beautiful on a captain. There are guys who are 70 years old who are still raising the mainsails by human strength." It's really amazing to hear this from a woman who is younger than me, more successful than me and probably stronger than me in certain skills. But she's already feeling the pain and she's top 1% of her gender. And I'm obviously still not even peaking yet. I keep thinking "well, maybe next year I'll have peaked."

My current GF is a looooooot younger than me but she's mate guarding me from women younger than her. It's hilarious and it's impossible to go to the media and write a movie about it because fat fucks like Lena Dunham won't allow it.

[–]__ROOSTER__1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

truth and wait until you are high value 40 and 50... it actually only gets better.

[–]spencerc251 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Been struggling with my current path in life because I [27, M] have been working my ass off today to enjoy a better tomorrow. Things are set up to really take off for me ~29-31 years old. Glad to hear these words as a reminder that I'm on the right path.

[–]0wnieee0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

hahahha your high school story is amazing because I know its true.

[–]diamondstudz0 points1 point  (3 children) | Copy

it will pay off beyond the day they finally bury you.

i agree with your comment, but can you clarify what you mean by this? because i've always thought, once you're dead, it's all over and nothing matters anymore lol

[–]abdada1 point2 points  (2 children) | Copy

Well I plan to have some statues in my honor, and my sperm will impregnate women for the next 100 years.

[–]diamondstudz1 point2 points  (1 child) | Copy

my sperm will impregnate women for the next 100 years

lol how? even after you ded?

[–]abdada0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Well, 12 years was the old limit on frozen sperm but newer techniques is expanding that to 24+ years and I've heard rumors of 50+ years are right around the corner.

I figure if I have 44 years left of life, I can hope for 50+44 = 94 years of little fascist bastards running around.

[–]truedemocracy30 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

I'm in my late 20s and am high value (though at this age women still hold much of the power in relationships) but MUCH of the guy friends I have are balding, getting fat or already fat, and boring.

I feel like your 30s is the make or break decade for you in terms of appearance and health. You can go out drinking every other night in your 20s, or eat shitty food half the week, and still get away lookswise. But I feel if you continue doing that shit into your 30s it all hits the fan and hard.

Do you have any thoughts on this? how many men at your reunion were fit/'high value'

[–]abdada0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Do you have any thoughts on this? how many men at your reunion were fit/'high value'

Your physique is maybe 1/10th of SMV, so honestly it doesn't matter as much to women as Reddit's version of TRP tells guys. I'd say the highest value guy at my reunion was a fat bald fuck but he had serious charm. Thick as motor oil on a winter morning. And you could tell the women were eating it up -- not even the alumni but the waitresses and bartender at the shindig.

Male SMV is 5/10 charisma+confidence, things that most guys in their 20s are lacking.

[–]PaulHarden1 point2 points  (4 children) | Copy

What happens between 30 and 31?

[–]abdada7 points8 points  (3 children) | Copy

Who knows why a man's initial peak starts at 31 but almost every guy over 31 will tell you it all starts at 31.

Maybe it's that every guy freaks out about 30 and it affects him negatively? Maybe it's some hormonal thing, who know.

All my closest guy friends are successful to megasuccessful and everyone agrees it all clarified at 31.

My dad's in his 70s and he says the same thing.

[–]kasper1381 point2 points  (1 child) | Copy

It starts at 27, you know how many motherfuckers die at or before 27?

[–]SuperCrazy070 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Nah. For me the craziness started at 32.5.

[–]Omnibrad180 points181 points  (10 children) | Copy

Fast forward 4 years and I was still a stay-at home mom, while my husband was travelling A LOT for work, I still hadn't lost some of my pregnancy weight, our sex life was dead and I was miserable.

She has a top 5-10% guy providing her with the sort of lifestyle that most women only dream about, and she's miserable because she can't be bothered to put down the fork every once in a while.

When I was younger I couldn't discriminate between good women and bad women. Hot body = good enough for me. As I've gotten older I realize that it doesn't take much work at all to become attractive, for either gender, but so many people fail to put any effort at all. Now I can spot the 20 somethings that will look ugly in their 30s and I'm not even attracted to them anymore.

[–]thomascoopers62 points63 points  (2 children) | Copy

But the poor thing had to stay at home and be a parent, dude. Can't you see the great injustice she's been served?


[–]PID1_ 1 points1 points [recovered] | Copy

"omg it's the hardest job ever!" /s

[–]TRP Legal ExpertColdIceZero27 points28 points  (0 children) | Copy

[–]Magnum25617 points18 points  (1 child) | Copy

As I've gotten older I realize that it doesn't take much work at all to become attractive, for either gender, but so many people fail to put any effort at all.

This is 100% truth. I've had points in my life where I was out of shape and depressed and honestly the amount of work it took me to go from my worst to my best was fairly minimal in hindsight. Change in diet that wasn't even very punishing (no sugar, no junk food, still eat tons of food I enjoy) and a modest amount of hours in the gym. Even the busiest person can find time to stay reasonably fit, which will make them much more attractive than if they allow themselves to become unfit.

[–]natodraht0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

This. Look up facegains in the diet and weight loss subreddits.
There are so many examples of people looking like a model after a huge weight loss that looked
like many other fat people around me.
As someone who grew up being fat(obesity type 2 fat) and lost it as adult I can't understand why adults who were lean become fat unless they don't have a social circle that care or have to deal with strangers.

[–]RedKingRising5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy

The flower of youth becomes easier to spot with age.

[–]babykittycutie2 points3 points  (2 children) | Copy

What indicates to you that a 20 something will be ugly in her 30s?

[–]Ivan_The_Reddish10 points11 points  (0 children) | Copy

I can't speak for him, but basically for me it's seeing different people who look similar but are at different life stages. With enough exposure you start to see patterns and you can visualize what a given person will look like in 10 or 20 years. Who will develop a frowny resting bitch face, who's going to hit the wall hard, who's going to start looking like a man as they get older (Carrie Underwood anyone?), and who's going to age well and still be better looking at 40 than most chicks are at 20.

[–]jimmysax995 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy

The #1 thing, look at her mother. Her mother might be butt ugly and she may be the darling of the dance, but in the not to distant future, she will look just like her mother 95% of the time. This you can bank on!

[–]daveofmars184 points185 points  (13 children) | Copy

All the things he did right:

  • Handsome
  • Good job
  • Supported her
  • Was a great dad

All the things he did wrong:

  • Traveled for work???

All the things she did right:

  • ???

All the things she did wrong:

  • Didn't lose weight
  • Didn't have sex - and seemed to be a prude in the bedroom
  • Was resentful about choosing to be a stay at home mom

Thanks OP for this classic example, because this teaches several lessons: 1) As far as we can tell with this example, no matter how good you are as a husband and father you can still be cut loose if she isn't satisfied. 2) Some women are terrible about judging their options after a divorce. 3) Generally, there're more optimistic outcomes for divorced men than divorced women.

[–]Ricardo299172 points73 points  (3 children) | Copy

The worst part is that she actively tried to prevent him from having a high SMV. She wanted him to quit his good job, wouldn't have sex with him, and tried to make him boring. He likely was higher SMV from the start, and due to deep rooted issues and insecurities she has, she couldn't just accept that he was a good man with good values who loved her and his son. It's actually really sad, because she hit the jackpot and threw it all away because of insecurity.

[–]SKRedPill23 points24 points  (2 children) | Copy

I wonder why women have this penchant for destruction of value. As much as I study the betaization process, it quite doesn't explain the negativity and the ego - there's an actual mental disease at work. She hates being a mother, hates herself, blames husband, and her child likes her husbands girlfriend. This isn't just the regular hamster - this is a woman with issues and obsessed with negativity.

Now maybe her ex's SMV has shot up, she's feeling attracted again. He better ensure she never walks into his door again.

[–]TRP Legal ExpertColdIceZero3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

Just supposition here: it may be related to concepts like "crabs in a bucket" or "misery loves company."

Science may not entirely understand why people exhibit these behaviors, but we definitely can agree that these behaviors do occur in a substantial portion of the human population.

My guess is that such seemingly self destructive behavior (specifically including trying to bring others down around you) is the result of a lack of problem solving skills. Perhaps people act like crabs in a bucket because it seems easier to bring other people down than it is to objectively analyze why you are unhappy, what it would take to be happier, how to do achieve it, and then acting on that plan ...and then constantly reevaluating each of those steps and acting on a new plan periodically for the rest of your life.

Compared to that, sabotaging others may seem like less effort, especially if you have neither the training nor intelligence to productively problem solve issues in your life.

[–]BewareTheOldMan28 points29 points  (3 children) | Copy

Guy does virtually everything right in a marriage, wife gets bored, divorces, and regrets the decision now that her life is much worse off AFTER divorce.

One of the principal reasons for this behavior is that women are told on virtually every female media/social media platform they "deserve" the very best, but without almost no mention of what they have to do to EARN the very best man and all this princess treatment.

Even worse is all the praise heaped on Divorced Single Mothers or Never-Married Single Mothers who never connect the dots on how much harder life gets AFTER divorce - especially with children.

Very few divorced women raise their quality of life post-divorce. Most suffer an extreme financial hit to their income. Child support and alimony results in many women having to work AND still perform household and mother duties, but without regular assistance from a husband. Alimony and child support rarely allows a woman to just sit around and survive from passive income. After divorce, their life almost ALWAYS becomes increasingly difficult.

It sucks for men as it relates to finances, but if he continues self-improvement in all major areas of his life, he eventually improves to a point where he is much more financially stable and still desirable to other women...kind of like the guy mentioned in the Summary Posting.

It basically played out that way for me as well. Even now as my kids have reached adulthood, the ex-wife is still struggling financially and always dealing with life-problems.

I continued to be active and influential with my kids, and my earnings improved over the years, with the ex-wife taking note of this development and was regularly moved to anger based on her stupid decision to break up a good situation.

[–]SKRedPill5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy

They're told they deserve the very best, but not only is absolute perfection an impossibility, they're never told that they also should do their best, or actually have to do something to make their moments better.

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

One of the principal reasons for this behavior is that women are told on virtually every female media/social media platform they "deserve" the very best, but without almost no mention of what they have to do to EARN the very best man and all this princess treatment.

One of the principal reasons for this behavior is that women are gullible and stupid. FTFY

[–]truedemocracy30 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

You are wrong. Life will be very good to a jealous, careerless, 30+ year old single mother! Prince charming is right around the corner!

[–]thomascoopers21 points22 points  (3 children) | Copy

A ll the things she did right: • ???

What do you mean?! She existed. She is a woman. That's all she needed to do. Right? Right?

[–]PuzzleheadedEqual6 1 points1 points [recovered] | Copy

quite frankly even a man with as high SMV as the guy in the OP, since he shows all the signs of being soy, would have accepted her just being a woman, all she had to do was fuck him sometimes

[–]thomascoopers7 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy

I think we should give our friend a little credit - I'm sure if he could be given the pill, he'd take it. Sounds like he will do okay without, for now.

[–]jimmysax990 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Yes, be a woman and look good. If they have those two traits, there is always a beta that will take them in and cater to them. Once they hit the wall that begins to change somewhat, or at least the quality of man that will take them in starts to wane. Unfortunately for them, they don't always realize that until it's too late for them.

[–]truedemocracy30 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Dont forget her asking him to leave his job, and if he does her respect/attraction for him vanishes immediately because he no longer can provide

[–]FlamingAmmosexual47 points48 points  (2 children) | Copy

I love the "you go girl!" comments in these types of threads.

Don’t listen to these weirdos claiming that being a single mom over 30 means you’re some worn-out man repeller. I’m a single mom who’s older than you, has a toddler full-time (so, no nights off) AND I’m not slim or fit by any means, and I had no trouble finding dates.

Desperate guys or men with self-esteem issues don't count sweetheart.

Get some therapy, get secure with your choices, and then put yourself out there. There’s a better life out there waiting for you, I promise.

Yes because she's going to find a man just like her ex-husband that will take her prudish fat ass over a younger, thinner, kinkier model.

[–]truedemocracy313 points14 points  (0 children) | Copy

'no trouble finding dates', yep a woman ON REDDIT who is 30+ with a kid and isn't 'slim by any means' i.e. fucking fat can get dates.

I am sure these are good qualities dudes lmao

[–]jimmysax994 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

Yep, as long as her face is semi attractive and she is not morbidly obese, there will be a beta to cater to her. Of course she has to put out for him most likely, or at least put out until he marries her. Then all bets are off.

[–]lasteem137 points38 points  (1 child) | Copy

I’m actually surprised by the post written by the woman. I expected her to blame everything on her ex, but she kinda owned up to her screw up-as much as a female can. Most women in her situation would just start making up horrific things about their ex.

[–]magx0117 points18 points  (0 children) | Copy

It's probably a mgtow or trp guy in disguise.

[–]Alchemist_XP124 points125 points  (39 children) | Copy

Holy fucking shit this couldn’t be more PERFECT! This post embodies PERFECTLY the problem with women today. Here we have a woman, 4 years after having a baby and still not working(Gee wonder why?) still has yet to lose pregnancy weight, admitted she wasn’t interested in spicing up the bedroom. Not to mention a man simply cannot win in this department, if a man sits at home all day, he’s useless and the woman leaves! If the man stays at work all day, the woman complains he’s never around, thinks she can find something better(keep in mind that’s an overweight 32 year old single mother) and will again, leave. It’s amazing he thinks she can upgrade, from this dude who is the father of her son, a great dad, and hard worker!

This is why I don’t feel bad for most women anymore. They put themselves in these situations far too often. Men are happy to work, go home, eat their meal, and they are happy. Women constantly think they deserve better simply because they can push another human out of their pussy. It’s absurd!

I actually enjoy browsing pof for this reason. I never message women on that site anymore, I just read the 25+ year olds who have kids and all their demands! It’s fucking hilarious!

[–]2kevin3226 points27 points  (9 children) | Copy

I actually enjoy browsing pof for this reason. I never message women on that site anymore, I just read the 25+ year olds who have kids and all their demands! It’s fucking hilarious!

Plenty of profiles like this on r-WhereAreAllTheGoodMen.

[–]CapitaineCapitalisme10 points11 points  (8 children) | Copy

If only the mods of WhereAreAllTheGoodMen weren't dumber than a bag of rocks.

[–]cuggwy6 points7 points  (7 children) | Copy

It's a comedy page I enjoy it, just the mods are way to into it with anger issues towards women

[–]CapitaineCapitalisme3 points4 points  (6 children) | Copy

I love the sub, but that Russian mod with "two beautiful wives" is an oversensitive prick. He banned me for suggesting that his post about a 20-something virgin waiting for marriage (or something to that effect) might not belong on the sub.

[–]cuggwy3 points4 points  (5 children) | Copy

Now that sounds like a prick the sub is supposed to be the female Mirror for nice guys unfortunately it seems the mods are actual nice guys.

Can I assume he doesn't have two Russian wives?

[–]CapitaineCapitalisme4 points5 points  (4 children) | Copy

A guy with two wives and six children is definitely not a nice guy, probably just bitter. I'm Orthodox myself and polygamy is not legally recognized in Russia or any other Orthodox nation to my knowledge. Probably got married in Kazahstan lol

[–]The_Chiselnator0 points1 point  (3 children) | Copy

It is legal in Ethiopia, where, incidentally, they have some extremely gorgeous women and are still extremely conservative (outside the urban areas). Don't take my word for it. Check for yourself?

[–]CapitaineCapitalisme0 points1 point  (2 children) | Copy

One of the most Important features of Western and East Asian civilizations is monogamous, high-Investment parenting, so no thanks.

[–]The_Chiselnator0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy


Guffaw! Guffaw! Guffaw!

That is why we are here, right? Because of monogamy, right? It is so common and widespread that we are all pair bonding for life with 9s, right?

That's hamstering.

[–]migos761 1 points1 points [recovered] | Copy

In my area, the vast majority of the women on POF are single mothers.

[–][deleted] 14 points15 points  (0 children) | Copy

As MC Hammer says, you can’t touch this

[–][deleted] 13 points14 points  (0 children) | Copy

In my area, the vast majority of the women on POF are fat single mothers.

got you beat

[–]Alchemist_XP24 points25 points  (2 children) | Copy

Oh fuck ya bro! They all think they are still a catch too! The cringe is almost too much to handle!

[–]TheDialecticParadox4 points5 points  (1 child) | Copy

They have to keep up the delusion otherwise they actually have to take some accountability and hit the gym/get a job GASP

[–]Alchemist_XP3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

Double GASP when she sees her man do that after she leaves!!! Hahaha

[–]Surrender01 1 points1 points [recovered] | Copy

Same here, except add fat, and add Tinder, Bumble, and OKC to the list too. It's one of the primary reasons I'm looking to move away from this area.

I actually did the statistics/counting:

  • 200 profiles.
  • 146 overweight - 85 of those I'd consider "obese"
  • 128 mentioned being a single mother or had a child in their pics
  • 140 had some kind of negativity, demands, complaints, or entitlement clearly present in their profile
  • Keep in mind that 35 were blank profiles with only pictures

It's absurd.

[–]PS2Errol1 point2 points  (1 child) | Copy

So just to be clear, how many were ones who would be even remotely interesting?

[–]PS2Errol0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Avoid as you would the red zone at Chernobyl.

[–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (11 children) | Copy

I’m in Australia, amongst my friends it’s both guys with children or not going fuck this I’m out... it’s good to see...too many men, maybe beta bucks just go along with a shit marriage.. get the fuck out, make yourself happy, you only have one life .

[–]Magnum2566 points7 points  (2 children) | Copy

too many men, maybe beta bucks just go along with a shit marriage

not just marriages but relationships in general

I've been criticized for this opinion but I think happiness should be key, not duty, not obligation, if you're miserable in a relationship/marriage (for any reason) then get the fuck out and find ways to enjoy life instead of staying with someone just because you feel you have to, or because you feel you can't do better, or whatever other rationale you come up with. I'd rather keep rolling the dice trying to find someone compatible who makes me happy instead of settling with a shitty situation just because it's convenient.

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

Women go on about equality... If men are equally not happy get out... Do it for yourself and your children if you have them? make the move to being a better happy person.

[–]CapitaineCapitalisme1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

I agree with the sentiment, but you shouldn't just walk out of a marriage like that. Vows and the future of Western civilization aside, a majority of married couples thinking of divorce that stayed together described themselves as "happy" five years later.

[–]Alchemist_XP16 points17 points  (7 children) | Copy

Dude I know what you mean, I got a story for you.. my very best friend(I’m sorry if you read this bro, I know you use reddit a lot) is with this girl, she’s constantly a bitch to him, snobby, doesn’t put out much. But he’s always very reasonable with her. I try and tell him women aren’t going to respond to your reasoning. It’s beta and will turn her off and make her upset no matter how sound the reasoning is. But he thinks me and my red pill advice is some sorta weird mgtow advice that won’t work. I’m terrified for him because he is a huge go getter. He has a super dope career ahead of him. But he lives with a lazy woman who makes half what he does and she forced him to evict his tenants. But you think she’s going to fork over more money for the house? Fuck no. Not to mention she’s super good friends with her mom, and her mom totally took a dude for a ride and took everything she possibly could from him.

Oh just wait it gets better!

In 2016 my buddy tried to break up with her. And I know this guy very well, if he’s leaving a women, it’s because he is REALLY at the end of his rope. But suddenly he pipes up and says “GET OUT OF MY HOUSE WERE DONE” ... well now the crying starts and he “but I love you” and all sorts of whining to win him back. She convinces him she will do counselling. (Oh look now the woman is being reasonable when the man holds all the cards) ... of course my buddy now feeling bad, agrees. Now it’s the same shit all over again but low and behold she somehow got pregnant less than a year after. Was a surprise to my buddy as well since he wanted to wait.

Anyways... I feel like I just watched my best friend, despite all my advice, throw all his assets into this woman’s corner, right before his career and status really takes off. Ugh.


Again bro I know you know I’m on this sub, I hope you didn’t read this!!!!!! 😄😇

[–]magx015 points6 points  (1 child) | Copy

Now it’s the same shit all over again but low and behold she somehow got pregnant less than a year after.

They are fucking ruthless, immoral creatures.

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (1 child) | Copy

I’d seriously keep telling him, having been in an unhappy relationship myself.. I’d tell him, if it was a woman she would of left.. get a lawyer and get out now .. edited due to bad typos

[–]Alchemist_XP8 points9 points  (0 children) | Copy

I’ve tried man. He won’t do it. It’s tough but it’s his life, I can’t keep pestering him.

[–]Ivan_The_Reddish0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

A little late, but I hope you at least managed to convince him to take a paternity test. Surprise kids often have surprise fathers.

[–]Alchemist_XP0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

No no. Its a spitting image of him. Plus this woman doesn’t get out much!

[–]MilkMoney1110 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Just about the same thing with my bro. No matter what you say, they're not going to listen. Just wish them the best and be there for him when he needs a bro to vent to.

[–]SKRedPill0 points1 point  (3 children) | Copy

These are just negative people who suffering from depressive symptoms as motherhood means they're missing out on the party years.

[–]Alchemist_XP4 points5 points  (2 children) | Copy

You have to be joking? Missing out on their party years? Women are the gatekeepers for sex. If they get pregnant it’s surely their own fault. If they are “missing out” on their party years, it’s their own fault.

[–]SKRedPill7 points8 points  (1 child) | Copy

That's not the point. The point is the whole idea of trying to make your current moment wonderful is blasphemy -- dude, I've heard girls in my own family mention about the 'lost weekends' after they've had kids - they seem to see it as something after which life will be mundane and miserable -- and that's actually why it is. Being negative about every moment of life is a ticket to depression, and women often suffer from 'holes' in their minds like this.

[–]Alchemist_XP4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

Did it ever occur to you there was also a man in the picture? Would men not be equally as depressed about having a kid at a young age? I know every dude my age was not stoked when they found out they had a kid. Regardless, your “point” doesn’t hold with me. I call bs.

[–]Cantloginhere27 points28 points  (5 children) | Copy

Lot of posts saying they've seen this before, I have too plenty. But ever notice how in the movies it never works out like this?

The mother always re-marries a CEO with a big house who somehow is a beta that doesn't have to spend much time at the office. The ex husband lives in a bedsit and pines after her.

Guarantee that was what she thought was going to happen.

[–]HerefortheTuna7 points8 points  (3 children) | Copy

watch Mad Men to see what happens to the ex-wife (and the broken family)

[–]Rudeyyyy2 points3 points  (2 children) | Copy

LOL my favorite show. Betty divorces Don after he opens up to her about him being Dick Whitman. Then later on we see Betty marries the old high status henry francis. I'm not sure if they even fuck in the show lol. Betty goes on a camping trip with Don and Bobby and Betty fucks don in the hotel. As Betty is married to Henry we see Don shacking up with his hot secretary Allison, then he fucks Megan and eventually marries her for whatever reason. Sally likes Meg better and Betty feels alone and miserable. Although I gotta say....January Jones can still get it.

[–]Trenned_out1 point2 points  (1 child) | Copy

Mad Men is one of my all time favorite shows as well. It has so many red pill truths yet still portrays the characters realistically, Don is alpha as fuck, yet you see his insecurities and inner turmoil.

I'm sure a bunch of keyboard warriors will say thats "beta" but I think the beauty of the show is you see the reality of alpha, having your issues and insecurities, sometimes faltering, but ultimately overcoming them.

[–]Rudeyyyy0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

I think it’s more of a state of mind. Like yeah there’s the alpha beta bullshit but at the end of the day we’re all human and have feelings and insecurities. Don didn’t have a father figure in his life growing up so he never knew what it was like and he had to figure it out all on his own. You see him shack up with Faye Miller and Megan but notice how he never even saw Joan in that sense. Because I think Joan was her own version of alpha in a sense. When she had pains don took her too the hospital and even when she fucked the guy from Jaguar don didn’t want her to do it. Like there was mutual respect for each other.

But my favorite character is Roger easily. Guy is the pure definition of I don’t give a fuck. I remember he fired a guy in season 1, no remorse then the company merged later on in the show and that guy was there and he fired him again laughing this time. He also left his wife for a younger girl, had witty sarcastic remarks, didn’t give a shit about what anyone thought except the guys from Lucky Strike and was charismatic.

[–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

Television and movies are for women and idiots. Anyone who watches them deserves their fate.

[–][deleted] 74 points75 points  (6 children) | Copy

There is nothing married friends post wall wives hate more than seeing a guy thrive after divorce. You can see the panic in their eyes when you bring a size 2 plate that is 10-15 years younger to an event and they are praying their high earning henpecked husband/slave doesn’t realize they could do the same.

[–]crawtators50 points51 points  (2 children) | Copy

Fuck this could not be more accurate. When the 40ish year old newly divorced exec at work brings his 30ish post divorce girl to work events...the wives club goes into a fit and tries to pick her apart. "Her crab dip was terrible". No shit becky...she doesnt lard around on HGTV all day and actually hits the gym every once in a while.

[–][deleted] 35 points36 points  (1 child) | Copy

They befriended the girl strictly to gather intel.

They then started in on me too. Suddenly I was immature and reckless because I dressed better, wore contacts and bought the car and motorcycle I wanted. Every single friend commented that their wife had turned on me. They all said it with a laugh but it was also a warning. If a woman leaves a man they all cheer her courage. When a guy leaves a woman he is a scum bag regardless of the circumstances. They are afraid he is going to realize what has happened to him.

[–]crawtators20 points21 points  (0 children) | Copy

Ive seen it happen twice at work. They dont even befriend her. She is a pariah at events...no woman speaks to her...she is forced to either follow around the mister or play on her phone. Worst is one of the times...the wives club kept the ex in the loop on everything and brought her to some work events just to prohibit mr. Exec from bringing his new girl.

[–]SickOfIt5184 points5 points  (2 children) | Copy

Can confirm. My Harley riding cousin dumped his working from home, fat, bitchy wife and got a hot former model with a much better personality. As soon as he started showing up with her at his riding hangout spots all the wives turned on him forcing the husbands to follow and his ex-wife wasn't even liked. It was merely the threat that his friends could do the same that did him in.

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (1 child) | Copy

It’s an opportunity to upgrade and find better friends because chances are your friends when you were acting like a beta bitch are not going to be a good fit when you snap out of it. It took me about a week to realize my wife had slowly alienated me from my fun friends as she gravitated to couple friends where the husband “was so nice and treated his wife well” aka a doormat.

[–]SickOfIt5181 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Very true. He actually wound up moving out of the state to a very red one and is happy there.

[–]Mightycoolguy20 points21 points  (3 children) | Copy

She mentions that even her child likes the gf. As far as I know, if a child is loved by their parents, they will vehemently oppose a step parent, or in this case, the gf.

Tells a lot about her.

[–]Endorsed Contributorsadomasochrist1 point2 points  (2 children) | Copy

Definitely not that simple. Emotions from children in a divorce are all over the place, and they come from a place where the child can't possibly understand the dynamics involved.

With my parents split I started out demonizing my mother, then as I "grew wiser" my father (blue pill), then eventually realized that failure is a design feature (red pilled).

I mean in my case the step parents were definately an issue, but also I learned over time that high value partners post divorce are pretty rare. So you interact with a lot of trash. It's a market for lemons in economic terms.

More likely than it being an issue of divorce, I'd bet this g/f was a pretty HV type, well socialized and what not. I remember one of my fathers girlfriends that eventually dumped him was able to avoid triggering hostility. The way I think of it to this day is that she was above my father and figured it out.

Those are the types of people that can fire you and by the time you leave they've somehow convinced you that it was your fault, it was the right time to leave and gaw dawning, Sue is just the sweetest....

Then sitting in your car it hits you that you just got canned.

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[–]Razkolol75 points76 points  (8 children) | Copy

TRP in action. Now she'll prob get a beta to support her that she'll never respect because ex is the fucking man. That or cats. Pretty sad from her perspective. A women should secure a man's commitment, not stir shit up and try to mess his life up. If the guy wouldn't come home from trips to arguments and counseling but instead to blowjobs they'd still be a happy family.

[–]Senior EndorsedMattyAnon67 points68 points  (7 children) | Copy

Women want commitment, but lose attraction when they get it.

Unless the man knows how to run elite level dread game from day 1, this shit will keep on happening

[–][deleted] 24 points25 points  (1 child) | Copy

I will never be able to express in words how bloody true this statement is. I have tried just about every approach possible in a long life of dating experiences. Having an IDGAF attitude is the ONLY thing that has ever worked.

[–]Senior EndorsedMattyAnon15 points16 points  (0 children) | Copy

Same. Being prepared to walk, and dating other women maintains attraction and respect.

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (4 children) | Copy

Elite level dread game backfires

I'm living proof

[–]1Ramesses_2 points3 points  (2 children) | Copy

Perhaps make a post about it?

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

I've already commented about it in previous threads.

You'll have to dig becasue I can't link to anything here or you get automod scolded.

[–]ShotgunTRP5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy

I digged and you made a couple shit posts hardly worth a damn

Give us the scoop, stop holdin

[–]slogan2519217 points18 points  (0 children) | Copy

Somehow, it feels good when I read this. A brother saved.

[–]plascra13 points14 points  (1 child) | Copy

Perfect, right? 

Those 2 words tingled my spider senses, the moment I read them... red alert red alert... "they" talk like this...

[–]Herdsengineers12 points13 points  (0 children) | Copy

Hmm...imagine you're this guy, when his now ex-wife comes up and says she wants a divorce. How can his reaction not be "Thank Gawd! I can get free of this twat!"

That's a sarcastic question - I know his reaction was very likely extreme hurt and feeling like a big failure. I hope he realizes by now he didn't fail anyone, and he's much better off now without a wife that was nothing more than a boat anchor chained to him. His ex-wife failed him and their child quite spectacularly.

[–]Meisner111 points12 points  (5 children) | Copy

In the red pill communities eye, is it okay for me to want a house wife? If i have a good stable job, my wife doesn't have to work if she doesn't want to, because as a man, i have this sense of pride to be the leader and provider of the family? What are you guys thought?

[–]crawtators10 points11 points  (0 children) | Copy

Find the right woman who is willing to work hard towards a common set of goals (succesful children, homeownership, retirement)...sure. but remember biology and instinct win out over social contracts and traditions. Its too easy for women to say "fuck it...im outie and by the way gimmie 70% of our net worth and 40% of your paycheck for life". For a long time, women couldnt just walk away without social stigma or risk life failure for giving up and so they chose equivalent partners and society flourished as pairs of equals entered into binding relationships. Now the law supports women as victim in almost all circumstances amd their selection criteria has changed as such...women actively seek men they can manipulate and control or they seek out a one time paycheck (gold digger). Its increasingly rare to find a woman with high SMV who wants a LTR thats the "traditional marriage". Ive watched so many friends think they found it and now are fucked. Be careful and never underestimate the mental instability and legal upperhand of a woman.

[–]ShadowBlaze80 1 points1 points [recovered] | Copy

I think it's okay. The woman's place should be at home, taking care if kids and the house. Those two things are what women are good at. My mother, despite having a job as a nurse, still cleans and takes care of the house. My dad works all day, into the night, and the least he gets to come home to a clean house. I'm sure if my dad could support the family alone, she wouldn't want a job. So I say wanting a housewifw is perfectly normal, and you should take pride if you can get one and manage to support an entire family alone.

[–]Meisner15 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy

Thanks, i always felt like asking for traditional values are a taboo in this day and age.

[–]yotheman4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

Having a wife at home and not having a job means you will get in the near future a parasite that will make your life impossible. Its ok maybe if you have kids that she should stay at home for some time, but as soon as they start kindergarten, she should find a job and start working in the same way you do.

[–]Endorsed ContributorrebuildingMyself10 points11 points  (0 children) | Copy

I always enjoy it when a hamster thinks she can hop back on the cock carousel as a 30+ single mother living off hubby's income and it doesn't exactly go according to plan.

She dumped the father of her child in his prime. What did she expect to happen?

[–]Whitified11 points12 points  (0 children) | Copy

I like how that sub is one huge Team Women circlejerk, except on the rare occasion when a post accidentally threatens to expose some truth about women they really don't want men to know, then that woman is immediately thrown under the bus. Female solipsism > Team Women

Women are so predictable

[–]Matacks6078 points9 points  (1 child) | Copy

Haha. She made her bed. Now she can sleep in it.

[–]iLoveReddit3229 points30 points  (5 children) | Copy

Un-fucking-believable. Men cannot win. It is best to simply not marry. Marriage is not the same as it was 50 years ago.

[–]travelling_chap16 points17 points  (4 children) | Copy

I disagree - I think the OP shows that men DO win... this dude completely won. His life would have been miserable if he stayed with her... she gave him the best gift ever.

[–][deleted] 22 points23 points  (1 child) | Copy

He won outside of marriage not in marriage.

[–]travelling_chap7 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy

Oh - I see. Yes in that context I agree - if 'winning' is by her declaration, then sure, men can't win.

But if 'winning' is objective, then men can and do win, all the time.

[–]iLoveReddit321 point2 points  (1 child) | Copy

Sure thats fair. But like that other comment said: he won by divorcing - by being single. So my point stands.

[–]UrbanEngineer0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Won by drafting checks until his kids are 18 y/o lol. I still play with the idea of the ring.

[–]econquest49 points50 points  (9 children) | Copy

Your title is completely accurate, it's a fair summary ("Hamster pushed for divorce, then became jealous when ex-husband got in shape and found a younger, prettier SO").

Your write-up though has too much anger in it!

This woman is so honest in her write-up, she shows extreme amounts of self-awareness.

I guess it's because the man is doing well now and she wants him, whereas if she didn't then she would be making up some story about how the man was abusive or something.

But despite this theory I just think that her summary is very credible.

It is good for us when women are honest online. (It helps us see the truth.) We should be very happy that she is being so honest here.

She doesn't make herself look good in the post at all, she shows self-awareness.

yes she is a great example of red pill truths but we should be happy she is reporting accurately about herself. She also seems quite a moral person, in the sense that she doesn't seem vindictive or anything.

I guess it's possible that she's reporting it this way because she likes the man now, and she hides all the vindictive stuff she had done when she didn't like him but I don't get this impression.

the write-up about the post shouldn't direct so much anger at her. We benefit from her honest report.

[–][deleted] 5 points6 points  (1 child) | Copy

Oh no, not this "damsel in distress" beta white-knighting BS, reminds me of "male feminists" who're in it just to be closer to women.

I don't see OP saying it's bad for us when women aren't honest, so are you purposely making up a false claim just so you'd present an easy counter-statement to get some karma points? Perhaps, you jumped the gun, that's fine.

But I personally don't see how the woman was

so honest

When she didn't actually mention the bad shit, she was pretty vague about it. "We argued a lot" the woman claimed, yet it'd seem unlikely the husband would initiate drama after coming home from work, had she have "self-awareness" she would have admitted to that and was careless about his interests.

Claiming we have anger just makes you see things through an emotional lens and miss the points made in this thread, though I saw rightful indignation, and very truthful points made. Can't handle it and want to brush it off as "anger"? Perhaps you should go find your safe-space somewhere else. In TRP guys call out BS and tell it without adhering to PC. I wonder how someone who suffered under nazis would react if he was told not to be "angry" at nazis because it's bad. I think you have the right to be angry at someone if they did bad stuff, but what's important is to stay rational/resonable.

No one here was not unappreciative of some of the truths that the woman said (though, she never gave specifics, only that she wasn't being rational and she should find a way to proceed in a healthy manner), appreciating her honesty is one thing, justifying her divorce and god knows what kind of nasty stuff she did that lead to it, is entirely another thing. <- this latter thing is deemed as "shaming women" by guys like you who like to come to fake "damsel in distress" and bring other TRP guys down, by playing a white knight, are sad to see. You're also not familiar with the "no morality" rule of the TRP, it'd appear.

Almost all the older men in the TRP know what's up, and are not naive as to the motives of women. You think she wants self-improvement? If she did, she wouldn't want an easy way to get him back, asking for advice on how to do that in the relationships subreddit, she would have found a job, and started working on her behavior, although people don't really change in character past adulthood, and realize that long term relationships are a two-way street. idk if she wants to lock down a beta provider and keep shagging random dudes on the side, but if that's the case, that'd be her first step. Unless she wants to find someone who'd be okay with that.

We benefit from her honest report

Aye to that. Most OPs of threads like this, have it easier to admit something because they're anonymous and their identity isn't attached to what they're saying, and also trying no to appear as if they're blaming someone else for their mistakes (as they would get downvoted), they know people are likely to upvote if they come off as humble and innocent. For one thread in the OP, there are far more that were downvoted and we don't get to see, because OPs just laid out what they think, instead of adjusting their posts to get upvotes (and in the case of the woman - "hamster", get better chances at getting advice, as people unlikely to give advice to someone who's seen as selfish/prude etc).

She also seems quite a moral person,

Oh boy, you should look at the facts, not at how she words some of her sentences. But I guess if you wanna make assumptions in her favor, be my guess. But I wouldn't give her a pat on the back saying she deserves the husband back, she deserved what she sow. She deserves depending on what she's gonna do about it. If she's truly willing to work on herself, then it will pay off for her ¯_(ツ)_/¯

[–]acidicbitchdotcom14 points15 points  (1 child) | Copy

This is exactly correct, I couldn’t agree more. Accurate self assessment should be praised. Maybe she messed up, maybe she’s ridiculous, but she’s far ahead of the kind of woman who goes all sour grapes. This is a very illustrative story, but she’s also opening herself up to the possibility of improving her own life with this kind of honest acceptance of reality, not to mention the life of whatever random dude she may end up with later.

[–]AndyCandyHandySandy7 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy

Yeah these are good points. Shaming women, or any person will make them setup walls and close down. It’s probably the source of these ridiculous stories you see to justify selfish acts. It’s better to just say oh you know what I’ve been a selfish cunt and fucked up and now I suffer from it rather than make up some victim story nobody buys into. It really just comes down to cowardice. This lady will get more heat from the public for being honest instead of making a sob story, which she obviously deserves. But unlike the lady next to her making up stories, this one has the potential to grow through her self-awareness and find social redemption. In many ways it’s similar to how the first step when reading RP is admitting to yourself you’ve been a fucking loser, no matter how proud you are, because connecting with your humility is what’s going to ignite personal growth. Her honesty will carry her further than she realizes.

[–]chaosmech3 points4 points  (1 child) | Copy

In my opinion, the reasonableness and self - reflection by a supposedly female author is suspicious... makes me think it's actually a guy writing it

[–]Fedor_Gavnyukov2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

was gonna write up similar comment, glad someone already wrote it. i feel kinda sad for her. it's a shitty situation that I've witnessed more than once where the man works and travels a lot and the woman stays at home. it doesn't create a healthy relationship because both aren't spending and enjoying time together enough. that leads to a lot of desperate decisions. shit just didn't work out.

[–]magx010 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Probably written by a man in disguise.

[–][deleted] 21 points22 points  (0 children) | Copy

"Live well, it is the greatest revenge." - The Talmud

[–]Twobithatter18 points19 points  (0 children) | Copy

Reading that post made me smile a little. I’m glad he didn’t turn into a loser and she realized what she lost

[–]420KUSHBUSH16 points17 points  (0 children) | Copy

Three things are certain in life; death, taxes, and human stupidity

[–]Shakydrummer3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

Of course it'd be in the relationships subreddit too. More often then not it's just women hamstering and excusing themselves from blame.

[–]anonlymouse12 points13 points  (0 children) | Copy

The husband stayed faithful, yet to her that wasn't perfect, she wanted him to leave his job(?) to spend more time with her, yet had the husband did so, she'd have left him after a while because he'd no longer be providing her and their kid with quality life, and would have turned into a loser just like she is.

I experienced that with my ex common-law. She wanted me to spend more time with her, but when I was doing that she wanted me earning more money. After trying both I realized there was no winning that game, so I'd be best off working and at least earning my own income.

[–]jewishsupremacist8816 points17 points  (6 children) | Copy

if you're one of the lucky millenial men who happen to have a professional career or a good paying job this is true.

[–]youlovethisish21 points22 points  (2 children) | Copy

This isn't dependent on luck. This is dependent on hustle. Luck favors the perseverant.

[–]Soultrane90 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

Luck is part of the skill. I could kill people when they say I'm lucky with my high earning career. Fuck off it has very little to do with luck...

[–]youlovethisish1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

IMO - It may feel like luck due to the Pareto principle or 80/20 rule - 80% of your results come from 20% of your overall effort. However, if your overall effort is larger, that 20% gets proportionally larger as well. It feels like luck because it's such a small part of your overall effort - but it's still attributed to the quality and breadth of your hustle.

[–]Pragmaticpandas3 points4 points  (2 children) | Copy

Get off this sub with "lucky millennial" bullshit. That's some entitled crap that you would expect from a feminist, not a man.

[–]jewishsupremacist88-1 points0 points  (1 child) | Copy

you're a clueless dolt. we're worse off than the previous generation and suffer from massive debt loads and unemployment.

[–]UrbanEngineer0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Millenials can't afford school due to heavy marketing and football scholarships driving up tuition and fees. Can't work at Franks corner store anymore and go to college.

[–]SKRedPill3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

These are chronically sick and negative people on the inside with a penchant for destruction. Even Chad can't help them much when what's on the inside is a total mess.

[–]Jman19946783 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

I read this too fast and thought it said hamster punched for being divorced.

[–]0wnieee4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

Thank you for showing this post, Im fresh out of a breakup and Im more motivated than ever to have an awesome life :) I know I will achieve similar results to what this guy has made for himself post divorce :)

[–]Orbiter454 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

he could still be mine if I had been more open to respond to his requests for some exploration in the bedroom, or worked on myself

This resonates for me. I consider my commitment to my family as a personal commitment, that doesn't depend on what I'm getting out of it. So I'm not gonna leave, but if she kicks me out, I'd be really happy. And she'd feel justified at first, then she'd spend years twisting everything.

In fact several of her friends are going through this. They have high expectations of men, and hold out or yell at them to keep them in line. But their finding out how much they need their men after things break down. But instead of realizing they took things to far, they alternate between bitch successions, and pity parties.

[–]bdoguru2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

Great post OP. This lady deserves to sleep in the bed she made and i truly couldnt be happier reading about her regret. What a fool she is.

[–]af_0072 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

Marriage is a trap these days.

[–]yomo862 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

Not really sure, but it reads like a man has written it. Too concise, too precise, no hamstering, no blaming, total accountability. And just garnished with sprinkles of feelings. Looks like RP porn to me.

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy

I love these kinds of posts.

[–]acekilo4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

I'm in the Army and this shit happens everyday. One of my Co worker just got a divorce from a cheating spouse. Keep your game tight and never put a woman before your career. This shit is real I've seen so many fucking divorce in the Marines as well so I been in for 14yrs and hear every story you can think of. Women know who the fuck they marry and what they can get later. They begin the relationship with the end in Mind. Pay attention or get played. This is not a blame thing this shit is what women do. The truth hurts but fuck them hoes and never commit. It's that simple stop trying to find trophy wife's and dime pieces. Cash before Ass ALWAYS. When will they learn. I learned long ago since I was 12 running the streets with the OG about game and how women are. I'm 35 now and the shit got worst!! Women cheat on the daily!!! Never trust them at all. And you're a fucking fool to get played when a women ask if you trust them and you say yes. If you tell her hell fucking no she can stay or leave for all I care. Man the fuck up. You don't have to trust them to Love them. Only idiots trust a woman to her own devices. Then you see them at spring breaks acting like the biggest slut ever. Call me bitter but I'm no fool!!!!

[–]2Dmva1007 points8 points  (1 child) | Copy

All women lie about sexual assault and paternity when faced with hypergamous doubt when evaluating their long term man option in order to secure exclusive parental rights to the child

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

Well said. Its all ASD (Anti-slut defense). If their behavior can be categorized as slutty, it lowers their SMV. They hamster to make any and all kinds of bullshit explanations/rationalizations.

[–]thomascoopers1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

I haven't got enough time to read all the comments ripping the OP to shreds, and ripping any of the commenters to shreds who tried to defend the OP. Fantastic find. It was refreshing.

[–]Kalidane1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

I guess you could see it as revenge. But I've seen enough Kung Fu films to know that isn't a healthy motivation.

Better to see it as discovering the freedom to pursue one's own happiness. Being buff with your head screwed on right is important to this.

[–]oldrunnerguy1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Great post, it just exemplifies the tremendously flawed reasoning of female nature. Having been married to a single mother when I had never been married or had kids prior, it amazed me at how my (now ex-) wife was tremendously skilled at changing the narrative whenever you called her out on her previous poor life decisions. Those were decisions, like it or not, that affected our marriage and relationship. With most of these women nowadays, they think the vagina trumps all. Unfortunately my stepdaughter, whom my ex-wife went to live with, now 35 and a single mother (never married), thinks that she is worthy of a "Chad", and with the same stubborn attitude of her mother, she thinks the same way in regards to the current female narrative. Sad.

[–]AJ_Ak471 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

A boogie with wrote a 6 minute interlude on his album titled "artist"

The song was called D.T.B. "Don't trust bitches"

And everyday things like this show up that shows why you don't trust bitches.

[–]truedemocracy31 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

The best part about this is it happens really at the point of wall. The woman, secure in a relationship with a kid and high income husband HAS IT MADE. SHE WON THE GAME. She had a kid and family, locked down a provider in her youth, DIDNT EVEN HAVE TO WORK. This is poker, getting dealt a full house, but still having the audacity to fold your pair to chase a 4 of a kind. She probably remembered her 20s when she was younger, slimmer, and single - and could attract a plethora of great men.

Now he is in his prime (30's, in shape apparently, great job. Granted, has a kid and divorced which still hurts but by all means good everywhere else) and she is a 30+ year old SINGLE MOTHER. She is so fucked on the dating market. Unlike much of this sub, I take no pleasure in seeing post-wall women struggle. But in cases like there where one flippantly throws away a lifetime contract that is marriage on a man who is not abusive all you can do is sit back and laugh. She is 2 years away from buying her first cat.

[–]SeethingLlama0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Remember, women will rationalize whatever they want so long as it benefits them.

Interesting. Beta men do this as well.

[–]DeChef20 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

One word: entitlement.

She felt entitled to a perfect marriage, when that obviously wasn’t happening, she decided to get a divorce, feeling entitled to a better marriage, etc. etc, I could go on.

It’s one thing that’s refreshing about TRP; there’s no hint of entitlement here

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

It looks like you haven't found what you want out of life yet. Maybe explore it with a therapist? Meditation? a trip or new hobby?

Yes, take a trip and post the pictures on Instagram to make all your friends super jelly, thats how to fix your problems.

[–]TinyManufacturer0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Very satisfying read. She got what she wanted/deserved.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

What's fucked about everything, is that many woman are just as clueless and brainwashed as we are. Everyone is walking around bluepilled and dumbassed, and then when things go south we both stand there confused and frustrated, wondering why.

" Because just typing this I can tell I seem like a lunatic who didn't appreciate what she had."

You can tell she's close, but can't put her finger on it. Sound familiar? She may never learn the truth, that what she really wants is a dominant selfish man, but that's such a paradox to what she's been taught all her life, to actually believe that it could be true is like finding out the world is really flat. It can't be true! Not me! This is why there is such a push back against red pill knowledge by women. Not only does red pill knowledge take away their power, it reveals them being attracted to some of the worst traits of men. Can you imagine the horror at discovering yourself being attracted to some of these traits? And the cycle will continue, she will teach her daughter to want a kind and caring man, only to have the same results.

[–]TriggeringEveryone0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

I don't believe that thread is real.

Oh, it's a real story, has played out millions of times. We all know couples where the woman frivorced and the man was better off after.

But the post wasn't written by a woman.

[–]Minority870 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

I can't count the number of times I've seen people so jealous that they're happy when someone else fails. Like it justifies their reasoning for not succeeding.

[–]datderp1590 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

People have beauty and money because they work for it, not because they have it in the first place. Not happy with your life, make a new one.

[–]punchyson0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

I think chasing the thing is what they like, once they get it they are bored almost right away.

That dogs and cats comparison is not that crazy actually

Every day more convinced that marriage is a shit deal for men.

[–]Professor_Dumfuk-1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy

This anecdotal story is sad and pathetic. It's not a good look OP. It makes you look sad and pathetic.

[–]kneeonbelly 1 points1 points [recovered] | Copy

This is a FAKE THREAD you fucking homos hahahaha you really thought this was real? Fuck you

[–]magx01-2 points-1 points  (0 children) | Copy

Yep, almost certainly written by a mgtow/trp guy in disguise.

You can kill a man, but you can't kill an idea.

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