On being boring and simple

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Steven D. Timm
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Re: On being boring and simple

Post by Steven D. Timm » Sat Mar 07, 2015 10:38 pm

Amen to the Amen on being boring and simple!!

Many women would call me boring and simple and that is OK with me!! I never did understand what the payoff was in tryiing to impress women. I would much rather pursue my own interests and hobbies that try to impress women.

I am not even detected on the radar of the women I know!! That is just fine with me. I would much rather play video games or go to the gun range than listen to a woman who follows me around and tells me what I am not doing.

Give me the boring and simple life for me anyday!!

Take Care, fellow Bachelors!!

Steve Timm

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Re: On being boring and simple

Post by inplainsight » Thu Sep 03, 2015 8:06 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.
Correct on all points superbad. The conditioning is inescapable. We are born and bred to be disposable slaves.
Argue for your limitations and sure enough, they are yours - Richard Bach

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Re: On being boring and simple

Post by inplainsight » Thu Sep 03, 2015 8:08 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.
The following is a comment in the archives by christopher in oregon:

"If you really and truly don't want to be used by society, and by that I mean women, religion, government and business, you will have to first realize that from birth, you have been groomed to fulfill your role as an expendable male. Everyone expects you to live your life, and sacrifice it if necessary, for someone else. In all areas of life your happiness is secondary, if even that. Everyone's happiness and safety comes before you, because you, you poor befuddled male, have a penis. You are just a tool to be discarded when no longer needed.

Don't forget this. Society doesn't give a tinker's damn about you. Not you wife, girlfriend, pastor, employer or the government. When you have this firmly entrenched in your mind, then possibly you will make the same decision that I did. Simply refuse to play the game."
Argue for your limitations and sure enough, they are yours - Richard Bach

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Re: On being boring and simple

Post by inplainsight » Thu Sep 03, 2015 12:43 pm

Lord Beckett wrote:
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.
Thank you Boogiepop and Lord Beckett, for sharing your insights. I for my part completely agree with all the points you made.

I myself just recently resolved that my last girlfriend (I dumped her nagging manipulative ass three months ago) would most certainly be my last.

The only options I will concede to when addressing the issue of sexual gratification (the only thing women have to offer me) is:

option #1: renting a woman. (water will take to running uphill before I spend my time and money on a "date" again)

option #2: using high quality porn. (only high quality will do. A guy must have standards)

Even if a 10 literally ripped off her clothes and offered herself to me right now, I would still decline. It is simply SO MUCH SIMPLER and EMPOWERING to abide by these two options. Social shaming means nothing to me these days.

The opportunity cost (i.e forgone benefits) that comes with dealing with ANY woman on ANY level is simply too high.

Interestingly enough, these past three months have been incredible. Despite the stress at my 12 hr a day job, I have been enjoying tremendous peace of mind.

No mindless nagging.

No guilt trips.

I used to hate how my gf would show up at my apartment late at night unannounced.

Since i already know what i want from women and what is needed to get it, there is absolutely no point in talking to the average hottie anymore. The real question is: will she suck my cock now? If not, then why am I talking to her?

These days, even when I have ANY woman over, I usually make them leave within 2 hours topz (much to their surprise/wonder).

Life is sweet when you take romancing/serving women out of the equation of your life.

stick to the laws of your own unique nature (so long as the actions of aforementioned nature does not cause injury to others)

focus on inner growth.

empower other men with knowledge. After all...knowledge is power.

peace,
inplainsight
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