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christopheroregon
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Post by christopheroregon » Fri Sep 17, 2010 2:00 am

Gents;

We've got this old guy at work. No, it ain't me. Think much older. He's 65, and nearing retirement. Nice enough old coot, if you like married men, and I usually don't. But, in spite of being married for more years than a normal man could tolerate, he's retained a wry sense of humor. He constantly cracks jokes about the misery of married life, and he knows we all love it.

Now, he also makes light of his hemorrhoid problems. And according to him, he's got enough 'roids to act as a double for a bunch of grapes. Not that I've been inspecting, mind you. I'm just telling you what he told us.

Now, he had to go in last week to have his 'roids removed. He finally got up the nerve to go under the knife. He limped back into work today briefly, and while several of us sat eating our lunch, he regaled us with a lurid description of what kind of procedure they performed on his exhaust pipe. It wasn't a pretty. Not when you're eating.

Now, I had a 'roid once. Not major by any means, and I got rid of it by diet alone. But, I can relate. It hurts. One would think that if a man was coming home from such a procedure which is guaranteed to hurt like hell, his blushing bride would be there to offer support.

Ah, not so. She refused to take him to the hospital, or pick him up afterward. He had to take a cab to and from the hospital. When he got home and walked in the front door, she instantly started giving him hell for being a hypochondriac. Indeed? She then demanded he catch up on his "chores", as she put it. Now, mind you, the guy can barely walk at that point. Sitting was out of the question. Yet, she wanted him to paint a room, clean the furnace filters and perform several other duties since he was, and I quote, "going to be sitting on his ass on sick leave".

Hmm.

Now, I don't know about you, but that doesn't strike me as a woman who loves her husband. But, I can assure you, it will happen to you if you're dumb enough to get married and have hemorrhoids. Even if you don't have 'roids, she'll treat you like crap if you dare get sick. Women do NOT tolerate a man getting sick. Little infuriates a woman more than her slave getting ill.

So stay healthy, or stay single.

The "end".

Christopher in Oregon

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Post by 3dartist » Fri Sep 17, 2010 2:44 am

[quote]Why is there so much anger inside them. I'm teaming with anger, but it's mostly because of childhood trauma and lack of a proper place in our society. But these women, how could you possibly be so cruel? I look at the girls at my school, the beautiful one's look like angels, but I've known enough sluts and bitches in my few short years to know better.

Seriously though what is their problem?[/quote]

That is an interesting question. Most of them have easy lives and husbands that will do anything for them. Maybe its because real life isn't the exciting fantasy that they are sold in the media.

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Post by edred30 » Fri Sep 17, 2010 8:42 am

A man loses his luster to a woman the minute he marries her (assuming she saw any in the first place). The raw deal a wife offers a husband would make common swindlers and used car salesmen feel like woefully inadequate minor leaguers.

Which reminds me: the other day at work I walked in and the two women sitting closest to me in the cube farm were talking about shoes. I asked jokingly, "do you women ever think about anything but shoes, shopping, and marriage?" One giggled and said, "marriage is what we use to get to go shopping."

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Post by garvan » Fri Sep 17, 2010 10:19 am

I've had the pleasure of meeting quite a few mid 40-mid 50 something women... and they seem to have the same attitude about men.

That it's the man's job to do work around the house, and if he's not doing more work around the house, he's done something wrong.

From my own observations, I feel like they were acting as though the man OWED them this debt of doing these things around the house.

From what I can tell, they're fulling embracing their whoredom, though not as honestly as a professional escort.

These women feel like being man's wife is part of their contract, and that the man has a huge part to uphold. They get angry because they don't FEEL like they're being paid their properly. Mind you, the wife may not be having sex with said husband, she may not be as attractive as in the past, or actually do anything but spend said husband's money... but because she is still in the role of wife, she feels she needs to be paid for her work with your time and energy.

Ultimately, a professional is cheaper in the long run, not to mention you're not tied down to the same woman. You can get a new one every time, you can always buy a younger model, and you can buy the one YOU find hot. Not to mention the fact that during that time, they'll at least treat you the courtesy that a seller treats a buyer; a wife will only ever treat you with the courtesy a master treats a slave.

When it comes to wives? Why bother with an overpriced amateur when you can get a pro cheaper?

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Post by extraycrom » Fri Sep 17, 2010 12:10 pm

What I've noticed about women is for the most part they are always having some type of health problem real or imagined. It seems like they live at the Doctor's office.

They go to the Doctor for every little thing. I think most women are hypochondriacs. This may be one of the reasons they live longer. Another reason is they work their male slaves to death with more efficiency than a Nazi concentration camp guard.

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Post by nemo » Fri Sep 17, 2010 4:01 pm

Has anyone else noticed that any time a man even mentions a health problem, women will immediately claim that they suffer something ten times worse?

If a man says "My knees hurt from work, I don't want to shovel sun-baked hard clay in the flower garden for three hours," then the woman will immediately talk about her migraines, how tired she is, how the kids are driving her crazy, etc.

None of these things can affect the level of pain a man feels in his knees. She's simply trying to shame him into doing work that she cares about but he does not, and that he can do but she is physically incapable of performing.

Most men who live with women suffer their pain in silence because they don't want to listen to women treating a legitimate complaint as an excuse.

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Post by analyzing » Fri Sep 17, 2010 7:11 pm

Putting up with this... all for pussy. phuck that!

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Post by Curiepoint » Sat Sep 18, 2010 7:14 am

The very minute you get married, you enter into a power struggle with your spouse. It's all about establishing and maintaining alpha dog status in the marriage. Most guys are blind-sided by this because when a man marries, he marries sweetness, femininity, and the most beautiful woman in the world, who hasn't a single harsh word in her body.

You go to bed with that woman on the wedding night, and wake up to her diametric opposite the next morning.

It's all smoke and mirrors. The woman you marry never hangs around after the ceremony. She becomes a wife, and that means endless grief until the sweet release of death takes you.

Women who claim that we are pathetic because "we will die alone" are just showing their smoke and mirror facade...or at least think they are. To them, being able to endure a lifetime of abuse is a marker of maturity, because they know that is exactly what they will bring to "her" marriage. That's why a useful tool to have is to look at how her mother treats her father. That's what you will be getting when you marry her.

And for the record, every single date I have had with marriage-minded women has always always always revealed a parental dynamic that could be described as sickly, at best.

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Post by MarkyMark » Sat Sep 18, 2010 5:00 pm

Chris,

That post was so good that I ran it on the blog. Good stuff, sir!

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Post by christopheroregon » Sun Sep 19, 2010 1:59 am

Thank you kindly, my friend.

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Post by MarcusAurelius » Mon Sep 20, 2010 12:15 am

Chris, good post here man, and Spock you've got a great reply.

I like the hypochondriac thing. I cannot tell you how many times, in living with my ex for five years that I would be either very ill or in some sort of physical pain and she would say shit like that to me to defer having to be of any kind of help. I remember this one time the dumb bitch had me singlehandedly carry this heavy and awkward desk up the stairs and as I was going I heard felt something in my back pop. I was in a lot of pain and nearly fell down the stairs. When I got it to the top, I set it down and kinda slumped over the desk, and my bitch from at the base was yelling complaints because I hadn't moved it into the den.

"What are you just gonna leave it there?"

In sheer frustration I moved the fuckin thing to the designated spot, and when I told her what happened she was laughing and saying I was being a wimp and to man up. She kept laughing until I was in so much pain I couldn't even fucking walk anymore and laid down in the bed.

She was very helpful at that point. She brought me sports cream and then went back downstairs and continued to watch television.

My dad took me to the doctor the next day.

In comparison, when I was in Indonesia with my fillipina girlfriend...we had been trekking through ruins one afternoon and when we got back to the hotel I discovered I had a minor cut on my lower leg, and my sock was rather bloody and so was the wound...probably from just going unnoticed. I hadn't evenf felt it and still to this day don't know what I even cut myself on. I laughed out loud when I discovered it. My fillipina did not react so calmly. She raced into the bathroom, got soap and a washrag and bandages...and while I was on the bed proceeeded to get down on her knees, wash and dress the cut. A minor fucking cut. You would have thought by her reaction I was in danger of being an amputee. I was stunned. I'd never seen a girl act like that in my life. I was used to the above.

Here's the sports cream asshole, I'm missing my show.

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Post by edred30 » Mon Sep 20, 2010 8:33 am

GREAT thread, fellas.

In addition to everything said here, I only have one thing to add about women hating men. One lady, in a weak-minded attempt to reason why men should pay for and pursue women, said, "it's us women who are violated and penetrated...not men". She seemed to have a lot of anger about this anatomical reality.

At the time, I could hardly believe what I was hearing. Once I got the "is this dumb bitch serious" reaction out of my system, I replied with "it's us men who feel smothered and suffocated...not women". Literally and figuratively...

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