Rude Women

Hope you guys are doing well.

So I have been selling locally online the past couple of weeks.

I have sold to all demographics.

Old.

Young.

Black.

White.

Indian.

Men.

Women.

There are a few mental observations I have made in the process…..

  1. Middle aged women consistently send their husbands to pick up items being sold.
  2. Young women are mostly rude and the most likely to complain. 
  3. Across the board all women assume you attracted to them (regardless of beauty).
  4. Men are least likely to complain.

I think each observation offer a unique red pill worth touching on.

Red Pill of Observation 1: Husband…..a word synonymous with “worker”.

There is nothing that prevented any of these women from coming to pick up the sold item themselves.

I mean we do live in the age of feminism.

“Strong IndEpenDent Women” galore.

However, not once (no embellishment here) has a married women come to pick up a sold item.

I think back to a Esther Vilar quote:

“A man is a human being who works…..Any qualities in a man that a woman finds useful, she calls masculine, all others, of no use to her or to anyone else for that matter, she chooses to call effeminate.”

Husband = Worker/Provider. 

Few men understand this….and willingly accept this role without prequalifying for a worthy women. The results are often disastrous.

Red pill of observation 2: You will always encounter rude people. Modern women are not easily content. 

First let us recall the wise words of Marcus Aurelius:

“When you wake up in the morning, tell yourself: the people I deal with today will be meddling, ungrateful, arrogant, dishonest, jealous and surly. They are like this because they can’t tell good from evil. But I have seen the beauty of good, and the ugliness of evil, and have recognized that the wrongdoer has a nature related to my own – not of the same blood and birth, but the same mind, and possessing a share of the divine. And so none of them can hurt me. No one can implicate me in ugliness. Nor can I feel angry at my relative, or hate him. We were born to work together like feet, hands and eyes, like the two rows of teeth, upper and lower. To obstruct each other is unnatural. To feel anger at someone, to turn your back on him: these are unnatural.”

Yes, there will always be rude people.

It is wise to decide in advance that their rudeness will not affect you…..however, it is much easier said than done.

The rudeness of modern women seems to be a commonality to blatant to ignore.

“What causes this rudeness?”, one may ask.

The obvious answer: “Social media has inflated their egos and distorted their sense of self.”

I’ll leave it at that and just refer you back to the wise words of Aurelius….accept rudeness as the norm and realize that every other man is receiving the same treatment.

The other red pill: Women are not easily content.

Rarely in these past couple weeks have I received any complaints…..but when I have they have come from women…..

Imagine two people:

  1. A person who decides to throw a tantrum because they found a little bit of dirt on a used item they bought online.
  2. A happy individual.

You will find many women in category 1.

Red pill from observation 3: Female Solipsism 

I had this conversation with a close friend of mine recently….

“Why is it that almost every young woman you interact with in public assumes that you are attracted to them?” 

Without fail these young women will unnecessarily mention their “boyfriend” or “husband” without any direct or indirect flirting on the part of the 3rd party male.

Doesn’t matter how unattractive or obese they are……”Oh yeah MY BOYFRIEND.”

And then you just have to think to yourself: “What man would lower himself to dating this land whale.”

Not a nice thought, but it does run through my head.

So red pill : Solipsism runs deep in the female hindbrain. 

Red pill from observation 4: It is easy to be content as a man.

In these past few weeks of selling online….I received no complaints from men who purchased from me.

You could almost call this a white pill.

Men can find satisfaction in any lot of life the universe has offered them.

Rich.

Poor.

Alone.

Not alone.

Good times.

Bad times.

Life as a man is volatile.

There are many ups and downs. But that’s the beauty of the male experience…..the troughs make the peaks that much better.

The lows make finding peace in the present that much easier.

Just some observations I wanted to share with you guys.

Talk to you soon.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.