Masculinity, so fragile

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If female incels are such a new phenomenon, why does the English language even have the word "spinster"
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So wait, isn't incel complain #1 that women can get laid whenever? Or is there some kind of galaxy brain inceldom that I'm not aware of?
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Haha. WTF these people.
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Hugh Akston wrote: 27 Feb 2020, 17:21 So wait, isn't incel complain #1 that women can get laid whenever? Or is there some kind of galaxy brain inceldom that I'm not aware of?
There may be?

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So do we have a name for those guys who have passed beyond the veil of banal entitlement and mundane misogyny of your everyday incel to embrace the truth and nobility of not gettin any?

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So ... guys in northern climates who like to take winter vacations in warmer places are beta-male losers now? (And I guess every male living in a former Confederate state is as well.) Is it "soy" for a man to live in Texas? These people are fucking insane.
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Hugh Akston wrote: 27 Feb 2020, 17:21 So wait, isn't incel complain #1 that women can get laid whenever? Or is there some kind of galaxy brain inceldom that I'm not aware of?
Getting laid vs getting married.
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I'm also kind of curious about the far out shit these single saints are out there putting to paper, and whether any of it is about anything other than how lame women are.
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I am trying to wrap my head around the idea that a white, middle-class guy* has never used a wheelbarrow before reaching 30. I suppose it would be possible for someone who has lived in a city core all their lives and never visited even a suburban relative, but it's still weird to me. It's not even a rite of passage, just something that you do like use a hammer.

*Or female, for that matter.
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Dear illuminati/deep state/trilateral commission: Thank you for COVID-19. For your next pandemic, can you please engineer a virus that spreads through Twitter?
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Hugh Akston wrote: 03 Mar 2020, 14:46 Dear illuminati/deep state/trilateral commission: Thank you for COVID-19. For your next pandemic, can you please engineer a virus that spreads through Twitter?
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Aresen wrote: 03 Mar 2020, 14:31 I am trying to wrap my head around the idea that a white, middle-class guy* has never used a wheelbarrow before reaching 30. I suppose it would be possible for someone who has lived in a city core all their lives and never visited even a suburban relative, but it's still weird to me.
Which by the way does NOT apply to Roosh; he lives with his mom in a suburban Maryland townhouse. I doubt his mom personally owns a wheelbarrow -- it's one of those townhouses with a postage-stamp-sized yard -- but growing up where and when he did, I can pretty much guarantee he's been to plenty of single-family homes with full-size yards.
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Well, I've been to plenty of other people's property, too, but I don't recall every doing any yard work for them.
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Jennifer wrote: 03 Mar 2020, 15:01Which by the way does NOT apply to Roosh; he lives with his mom in a suburban Maryland townhouse. I doubt his mom personally owns a wheelbarrow -- it's one of those townhouses with a postage-stamp-sized yard
Darn, I was imagining her yelling at him, "If you're not going to get a real job, go out there and rake up those leaves! You can post your tweets later."
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That's a stupid old lady wheelbarrow to boot.
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Pretty sure I have that exact wheelbarrow lol
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I mean you could balance a bunch of freshly cut flowers in it or give a little dog a ride or something.
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Is that because of mass reporting by angry incels?
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OH MY GOD YOU GUYS NO REALLY YOU GUYS THIS THREAD

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That Twitter thread made me laugh for its blatant use of the Obama 'let me be clear.' Whenever Joe Biden uses the phrase I wonder if he's trolling.
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meh.
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My biggest problem with wearing dresses is that at this point I'd have to do all my shopping at a maternity store.
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