On being boring and simple

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On being boring and simple

Post by boogiepop » Fri Oct 01, 2010 9:44 pm

If men going their own way has taught me one thing, it's that it's ok to be a boring and simple guy.

Living fully for yourself and expressing yourself in the most pure way possible, that is what I've come to believe is the best part of this lifestyle.

No longer being "exciting" to impress a woman, no longer feeling pressure to regale women with your tales and exploits in order to get in their pants, no longer feeling pressured to be witty when you'd rather be silent, or run some "game" that you care nothing for just to get in a woman's pants.

I've come to appreciate simplicity. I've come to enjoy not feeling the need to talk about things that don't interest me, and in fact not talking much at all when I'm not in the mood to talk. I've come to enjoy not feeling a need to be more "communicative" towards women when I really just don't have anything to say.

I've come to enjoy the things about me that may have made me boring to others. The quietness, the simple tastes in food, the modest tastes in music. I've come to enjoy the fact that I don't have to feel pressured to be the super talkative friendly guy when I'd rather just relax in a quiet room alone.

If men going their own way has taught me anything, it's that I don't have to impress anyone, and I don't have to be entertaining to any one's standards. I can just be myself.

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Post by smogboy » Fri Oct 01, 2010 11:11 pm

Nice post.

As you say, "boring to others". What I do might seem boring through the eyes of others, but not to me. As I stated in my introductory post, "Doing nothing means a lot to me." (care of AC/DC).

As for simplicity. It just plain rocks.

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Post by dsc » Sat Oct 02, 2010 8:47 am

Great post, another +1 for ya..

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Post by Modelautoman » Sat Oct 02, 2010 6:49 pm

Outstanding post because this describes me to a tee. I am definitely a
boring and simple guy.

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Post by superbad » Sat Oct 02, 2010 8:37 pm

+1 .

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Post by extraycrom » Sun Oct 03, 2010 4:20 pm

My sentiments exactly!

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Post by 21stcenturymale » Mon Oct 04, 2010 10:43 pm

[quote]Nice post.

As you say, "boring to others". What I do might seem boring through the eyes of others, but not to me. As I stated in my introductory post, "Doing nothing means a lot to me." (care of AC/DC).

As for simplicity. It just plain rocks.[/quote]

Mr. Rhythm and Blues, you are half right. You may be boring to a certain group but very interesting person to another group. One of my friends is such as a boring person for party addict girls but many businessmen are looking for him because he's such a smart guy and trustworthy person.

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Post by Calloway » Fri Oct 08, 2010 11:47 am

I used to be "stable and level-headed" to my ex when we were dating. A few years after we married, I became "boring and predictable". When we were divorcing, she would scream at me that I was "emotionally withdrawn" or "emotionally unavailable". Now that we've been divorced a couple of years, once again I am "stable".

Did I change during all that time? Nope. I always have been and continue to be "just me".

It's amazing how women can morph the same personality traits into so many different things.

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Post by goingmyownway » Fri Oct 08, 2010 12:02 pm

Also I have found that you can save a lot of money and have a good chance of retireing earlier than later.

The Key: Stop being a consumer except for having good food and clothes, other than that cut all expenses. No t.v either that is for the lazy and weak.

Also my adivce which I have to work on myself if cut out psychic vampires from your life including users and bad "friends" Friends are often overrated.

I have had 0 gf since highschool, yes I watch porn but it is a very cheap and std free and jail or false accusation free outlet to keep your sexual energy in check.

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Post by Kestral2 » Fri Oct 08, 2010 1:39 pm

[quote]Also I have found that you can save a lot of money and have a good chance of retireing earlier than later.

The Key: Stop being a consumer except for having good food and clothes, other than that cut all expenses. No t.v either that is for the lazy and weak.

Also my adivce which I have to work on myself if cut out psychic vampires from your life including users and bad "friends" Friends are often overrated.

I have had 0 gf since highschool, yes I watch porn but it is a very cheap and std free and jail or false accusation free outlet to keep your sexual energy in check. [/quote]

+1 Great Advice!

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Post by smogboy » Fri Oct 08, 2010 2:06 pm

[quote]Mr. Rhythm and Blues, you are half right.[/quote]
Hey, that's better than usual :).

"And it really doesn't matter if I'm wrong
I'm right where I belong
I'm right where I belong"


(I get your point 21st, and you're right [where you belong]).

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Post by stephen1919 » Wed Oct 13, 2010 5:31 am

very wise thought and I totally agree with you, you have to entertain all the time and if you don't speak to them they become furious and ruthless, ah the joys of being single are boundless.

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Post by boogiepop » Tue Nov 16, 2010 8:01 pm

Bumping my old thread, but had a thought I wanted to post.

I've been thinking a lot over this topic, and it struck me that most of the complications in my life came about simply because of the desire for a romantic relationship with women. A few days ago I decided completely that I wasn't going to pursue those types of relationships anymore. I decided that I didn't need a woman in my life like that to be happy.

It was like a weight lifted off my shoulders. Without that expectation I realized that there wasn't really anything special I wanted from women anymore, and because of that I was finally free to live my own life on my terms.

Romantic relationships complicate life, that's how I feel it, and by simply taking those relationships out of the picture, life is infinitely simpler and easier to deal with. When you no longer want anything from women, the world is literally handed to you.

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Post by superbad » Tue Nov 16, 2010 10:21 pm

, i find single life both exciting and relaxing. you can rent a 19 YO vagina for peanuts. compare that to a nagging, lazy, ugly, sexless, spend-thrift wife. single men need little to be happy or survive. buy an acre for $2500, build a cabin for $2500, grow a garden, shoot deer, fish, enjoy hobbies. a man could live like a king working at McDonalds. but this only rarely happens because, since kids, we were programmed to be drones, providers, consumers, wimps, helpless, conformists, etc. knowledge is power.

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Post by alainplus » Fri Nov 19, 2010 11:28 am

I've been a little weary about the vagina renting. It's potentially a career/life wrecking move unless of course you go abroad to do it; but even then catching a plane just for the vagina seems like a tragic and terribly ironic waste of well-earned MGTOW money. Perhaps there is a solution to it; for now, I'll stick to porn. Quick, easy, and convenient.

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Post by outcastsuperstar » Mon Dec 03, 2012 6:13 am

Now that I finished my updated linking project for my blog, I have now been sitting back and clicking on some threads, reading them more thoroughly and I think this one is awesome.

I remember being in my teens and early 20 believing my purpose in life was to make a woman happy, get married and have kids. Another way of putting it, I believed my purpose in life was to be a lifetime wage slave. It was very devastating that the young ladies never appreciated me.

Then in my early to mid 20’s I learned about horrifying divorce stories. It turned my stomach inside out when I learned I could be the most perfect husband in the world but at any giving moment if my wife were to get bored at me, she could make a false domestic abuse claim and I could get arrested and kicked out of my house. More times than not I would lose the house (although I still may have to make the mortgage payments), lose most of the assets (although I would get to keep the credit card debt) pay for my and her attorney fees, alimony and child support. The courts won’t care if she was screwing other men since family courts operate on no fault divorce. Even worse she could bad mouth to the kids what a terrible parent I am and the kids eventually may want nothing to do with me even though I still get to make the child support payments.

Almost overnight at around 23 or 24 years old I decided fuck this there is no way I’m going to get married and have kids. I will no longer let women be the ones who will get to determine what success is. I will be the one who determines what success is for my own personal life. After coming to this point I no longer ached for women. A big burden was lifted from my shoulders and now as time has gone by I realized just what a huge trap I dodged.

That’s not to say that I don’t lust after college age women. I can rent college age women by the hour via Escort Babes and Asian Massage Parlors Babes. I can still enjoy the most exciting part about being in a relationship without having to deal with the other shit that comes with it.

This means I now can focus on what I like to do. Such as today I got to sit back and watch football games in peace without having to deal with nagging women. I found this to be quite relaxing and peaceful. For the rest of my life I will focus on what makes me happy not what makes women happy.

So much for the ladies strategy of getting to ride the cock carousel in their teens and early to mid 20’s and then go on their husband searching phase in their late 20’s and 30’s. I just got the feeling by then many of those would be suckers have gone AWOL by the time the ladies husband search really kicks in full gear. lmao

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Post by ak » Wed Dec 19, 2012 2:40 am

Excellent thread. A+.

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Re: On being boring and simple

Post by Lord Beckett » Wed Dec 19, 2012 2:56 pm

boogiepop wrote:Bumping my old thread, but had a thought I wanted to post.

I've been thinking a lot over this topic, and it struck me that most of the complications in my life came about simply because of the desire for a romantic relationship with women. A few days ago I decided completely that I wasn't going to pursue those types of relationships anymore. I decided that I didn't need a woman in my life like that to be happy.

It was like a weight lifted off my shoulders. Without that expectation I realized that there wasn't really anything special I wanted from women anymore, and because of that I was finally free to live my own life on my terms.

Romantic relationships complicate life, that's how I feel it, and by simply taking those relationships out of the picture, life is infinitely simpler and easier to deal with. When you no longer want anything from women, the world is literally handed to you.
Yeah, they complicate everything and "I don't like, complications..." . Things are much better without them.
Getting married does not reflect my core mandate. For I am a MGHOW and I will do whats right for me.

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Re: On being boring and simple

Post by bob » Wed Dec 19, 2012 3:17 pm

For years, my motto when troubleshooting technical issues was:

"When in doubt: simplify."

Even more true in life.
To err is human, but to really fuck things up you need a feminist. Or a Liberal. Same thing.

As Laws of Nature, Newtonian Physics and AWALT may break down under some circumstances - but none of us will ever experience those circumstances.

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Post by ak » Mon Dec 24, 2012 6:40 am

After reading bob's signature...

AWALT is the universal law physicists sought. The so-called "theory of everything".

And here they thought there was some OTHER law uniting quantum physics and classical physics.

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Post by sysop » Mon Dec 24, 2012 10:03 am

Great signature bob! I didn't notice it before, you must have updated it recently I guess.

Very nice post casper, indeed it appears AWALT is "theory of everything" in anthropology.

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Post by ranger550 » Mon Dec 24, 2012 10:26 am

superbad wrote:, i find single life both exciting and relaxing. you can rent a 19 YO vagina for peanuts. compare that to a nagging, lazy, ugly, sexless, spend-thrift wife. single men need little to be happy or survive. buy an acre for $2500, build a cabin for $2500, grow a garden, shoot deer, fish, enjoy hobbies. a man could live like a king working at McDonalds. but this only rarely happens because, since kids, we were programmed to be drones, providers, consumers, wimps, helpless, conformists, etc. knowledge is power.
I like the idea of renting everything, just like Leslie Nielsen did in the film, " Rent-A-Kid".

Why buy a well-used, mucho grande vagina, when you can rent a tight one for, way less, dinero? :D

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Post by freeman » Thu Dec 26, 2013 5:14 am

Women are a real pain in the ass.
Right now, I'm sitting at home looking at my apartment, which I built really sleek and fancy back in 2005. It cost me a lot of money. I could have built it simple and saved a ton. But no, I was on the blue pill back then, trying to create the ultimate "bachelor pad" to impress some superficial cunts with pea-sized brains, who couldn't just be satisfied with me alone. No, no, no. I had to come prepackaged with all the trimmings (car, nice apartment/house, funny, charming, witty, etc.). It's like if I wasn't James Bond, I wouldn't have the honor of their company.
I have a lot of residual resentment towards women because of this. They don't make men's lives easy. All these annoying litmus tests and checklist qualities that I have to live up to.
FUCK THAT
How about I just live alone, spend money on MYSELF, and live MY own way, without regard for anyone? It's much easier (not to mention fun) that way. Don't you think?

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Post by fisk » Thu Dec 26, 2013 4:42 pm

"On being boring and simple" is a neat topic. I once read something to effect of: why do things you don't like to do for people you don't even like".

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Post by 2ravens » Fri Apr 18, 2014 9:57 am

I had the typical thing come out after 20 years of marriage "I'm bored and unhappy". Which really meant it was ME that was boring and I MADE her unhappy. I remember thinking I couldn't do much more between my job, cooking meals, kids duties, etc etc. It was painful to hear mainly because I believed it. It haunted me for months after the divorce.

Now I do the same things I liked as a teenager along with new interests. I'm fairly introverted so most of these activities only involve me. The difference is I love them without the guilt of them not being entertaining enough for someone else. Plus I think many women mistake simple for boring....Most guys can accumulate a baseline of "toys" and be happy for many years. A game console, a mountain bike, kayak, powerblocks, etc. and maybe some specialized clothing and probably 90% of guys would be set for decades for indoor and outdoor activities.

If you are bored with me then it's because YOU are boring. I'm busy trying to explore new horizons inside myself and outside.

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