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Anon Life Lessons. source: 4chan subscribe for more leninscat 234 points : 4 hours ago reply So... quit your job, dump your girlfriend, and become a terrorist?

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leninscat 234 points : 4 hours ago reply
So... quit your job, dump your girlfriend, and become a terrorist?
Evenchoosingausernamegivesmeanxiety 320 points : 4 hours ago reply
Sobbing ********* ?
Cooooooodyyyyyyy 167 points : 4 hours ago reply
So avoid women that waited until they knew what they wanted before getting married. Got it.
CephalopodsLie 63 points : 4 hours ago reply
Well damn, wasn't like I wasn't already stressed about getting married/children. Now I've got less thab 10 years to get my **** together.
kazmosis 67 points : 4 hours ago reply
Sure even a broken clock is sometimes right, but i sure as **** ain't taking life advice from some basement dwelling neckbeard on 4chan
laestrella 37 points : 4 hours ago reply
The part about companies not caring about you, in my opinion that is highly accurate.
pleasedontshowmeapictureofyourcatiwonthi nkitscute 36 points : 4 hours ago reply
This screams mental breakdown
FFSwherearemydragons 35 points : 4 hours ago reply
What about guys not married at 35?
greyscale 13 points : 3 hours ago reply
ITT Anon is a sociopath
lirael 55 points : 4 hours ago reply
I am not a sobbing ******** you stupid jerk.
marconi23 24 points : 4 hours ago reply
If the only reason you want a woman's company is sex & women always cry around you, YOU are the problem, not them. Pathetic ******* .
awardwinningbananaforscale 7 points : an hour ago reply
Sobbing ******** here, just weeping and getting banged...
thecomicfiend 7 points : 4 hours ago reply
A strange game. The only winning move is not to play. How about a nice game of chess?
cacticat 4 points : an hour ago reply
Oh this is great, apart from the misogyny and encouraging violence.
ReconditePotionShop 4 points : an hour ago reply
Why so many upvotes, yet all the top comments ( I agree with.) point out how insane this sounds?
bubbarunski 4 points : 2 hours ago reply
I think the last one is situational. Being nice in the form of sucking up is a very effective way to get what you want in the business world
kitiar 5 points : 2 hours ago reply
23 y/o female: Always knew what I wanted, recently I became completely unsure - Sobbing ******** though? Wow, okay. Well.. Wow.
Beestonian 5 points : 4 hours ago reply
Life amounts to a zero sum game.
MissAndain 6 points : 4 hours ago reply
Such a positive outlook on life this one...

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Truth Thread: Tr we post truths we' learned as adults that were the opposite
of what we were told (or thought) when we were younger. School, work, chicks,
money, whatever.
in high school and suffering, den' t Worry. High School deosn' t *******
matter. **** , College barely matters. Just make sure we pass: fer mest
careers, yew grades den' t ******* matter. Also, the Internet is yew "permanent
record": ain' t **** hem High School that fellers yeu_
people we will meet are ******* idiots, but because there are SC) many ofthem we look like the . Dent
be discouraged.
Wwomen den' t know what they want until their late cos., and buthrt time its tee late (for her and foryou}_ Between the
ages of 18 and 25, they are sobbing ********* . Women whe are not married bythe age of 35 are huge ******* red flags:
avoid at all costs.
have zero loyalty's pieceworkers. Dent dontthinkthat a company cares about yen even ifyou have a cool
boss. They will feed we to jellyfish and stream that **** live if it increases revenue by 1%. De everything possible to work
The rat race is just that: dent participate.
Tthere' s a reason why governments demand a monopoly en violence, and forbid it' s use by mest of its citizens: violence
usually gets results. Whether physical, economic, emotianal. er political, ifyou need **** done, just ******* get **** dens.
Have a vision and sticked it. It' s bettered fail en than succeed en sameone else' s_ Being nice and compliant is a
great waite get ****** .
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User avatar #185 - theawesomestperson (04/07/2014) [-]
stickied by mudkipfucker
Worst mistake people make is when they think they're the only good guy surrounded by idiots. 'Cause, truth is, you're one of the idiots surrounding another guy in their life.

Just accept that you can always improve yourself and you'll get on swimmingly.
#1 - jjoorriissjjuuhh (04/06/2014) [-]
Did you just make your own thread in the description?
Did you just make your own thread in the description?
User avatar #2 to #1 - mudkipfucker (04/06/2014) [-]
nah, i just copied the comments from imgur
#62 to #2 - ugoboom (04/06/2014) [-]
holy **** imgur's comments are bad
if only we could combine imgur's content
and funnyjunk's comments
we could rule the world

a man can dream though...
User avatar #78 to #62 - coolcalx (04/07/2014) [-]
FunnyJunk's content IS Imgur's content, jut a day later.
#60 - nonanonnon (04/06/2014) [-]
So wait, they're emotional between 18 and 25, so don't marry them then. They don't know what they want until they're "in their late 30's", but 35 is apparently too old.

You know what? I think I'll just not marry.
#135 to #60 - John Cena (04/07/2014) [-]
No, marry a woman between 25 and 34. It's not that hard.
#148 to #135 - funnychunk (04/07/2014) [-]
'They don't know what they want UNTIL they are in their late 30s'

Meaning from 25 to 38 or whatever. Between the ages of 25 and 34 they don't know what they want - Ergo: Don't marry them.
User avatar #31 - lolollo (04/06/2014) [-]
"Being nice and compliant is a great way to get ****** ."

Yes, and that's precisely why there are so many assholes running around, for fear of EVERYONE ELSE being an asshole to them. It's why there's a saying that we would never have any problems if people would just stop being assholes for, like, 5 minutes. Better advice is to be polite and professional, but to stay confident in yourself, and cove your own ass whenever possible (NOTE: This is not synonymous with "constantly throw everyone else under the bus").
#50 to #31 - Bacabed ONLINE (04/06/2014) [-]
I'd say be polite and professional but do have some plan for when you get screwed over. If you're polite and professional then you're not going automatically going to get screwed over but if you do, and all it takes is once, and don't have a way to deal with it then you may be screwed for a long time.

Think of it like this: hold a door open for someone but be prepared to walk through it if a ton of people just expect you to hold the door indefinitely (not a great example but the best I could think of)
#88 - slenderwolf (04/07/2014) [-]
It's not that everyone is against you, they're for themselves.
It's not that everyone is against you, they're for themselves.
#174 to #88 - ciacheczko (04/07/2014) [-]
There are complete dicks, however. They can really be against you. For own amusement, because of boredom, or for every another dick reason they may have. Some people really want to watch the world burn.
User avatar #7 - sparkyoneonetwo (04/06/2014) [-]
biggest lie I was ever told

"every thing gets harder after finish school"
#8 to #7 - vividfiasco (04/06/2014) [-]
What's finish school?
User avatar #9 to #8 - sparkyoneonetwo (04/06/2014) [-]
school in Finland
#10 to #9 - vividfiasco (04/06/2014) [-]
Ah, thanks. :3
#17 to #7 - John Cena (04/06/2014) [-]
Depends what you are major as? or are you just talking about life in general?

User avatar #19 to #17 - sparkyoneonetwo (04/06/2014) [-]
life in general. Every one always talked about how bad being an adult was how bad having to pay bill and rent and **** was and well i've yet to see where its so bad sure living for free was cool but now I got no rules I do what I want when I want (clearly not anything but I think you get what I mean)

#138 to #19 - John Cena (04/07/2014) [-]
U think it may have something to do with what the older ones did for u? Which u will have to do for the next generation eventually?
User avatar #139 to #138 - sparkyoneonetwo (04/07/2014) [-]
I'm not really sure what you mean??
User avatar #176 to #139 - atheistzilla (04/07/2014) [-]
i think he means; Don't have kids
#163 to #7 - niggernazi (04/07/2014) [-]
just like my schlong if you know what i mean lol
just like my schlong if you know what i mean lol
User avatar #71 to #7 - onewithpokerface (04/07/2014) [-]
You would not believe how many ******* times I get adults giving me the condescending "Wait until you enter the real world"

I'm 20 years old and in my second year of college. I work more in a week than most of these 40 year old housewives have in the last year. Real world my ass.
User avatar #72 to #71 - sparkyoneonetwo (04/07/2014) [-]
I think I would believe... that lie was drilled into me for as long as I can remember and it turns out the "real world' kicks so much ass.

Sure there is hard times sure there is very bad things that can and do happen but life as an adult is amazing. There really is some ****** stuff about it but the things I was told the **** that I was told that made me so scared to get older that never happened.

I have full control over every thing I do now and it's fantastic. I'm 21 and in the last 3 years I've done more, seen more, experienced more amazing things than the first 18 years
#137 to #72 - John Cena (04/07/2014) [-]
Make sure u don't **** it up by finishing college before u get a job within ur career.
User avatar #140 to #137 - sparkyoneonetwo (04/07/2014) [-]
that is another lie you don't need collage to be well off or successful. I"m a two time college drop out. I have a job that I enjoy a lot, I also run a small but growing rapidly wood shop out of my house. I"m better off than the majority of people I k now that have finished college. Most of then don't have or hate there jobs. Quite a few of them make much more money than I but I'm happy and there not so I'd consider myself better off than them. I make more than I need to live happily.
#20 to #7 - envinite (04/06/2014) [-]
You just failed interpreted it.

They actually mean fap time.
User avatar #22 to #20 - sparkyoneonetwo (04/06/2014) [-]
That really does seem like a better way to interpret it
#160 - Yojimbo (04/07/2014) [-]
- Woman are emotional 			***********		 with no direction (until age 35)   
- Don't trust the system   
- Everyone but you is an idiot   
- Act out on impulse, regardless of consequences   
- You don't need to try your hardest in school   
Keep all this in mind, and maybe you too can strive to become a seasoned master of the world, enlightening others on 4chan from your mother's basement.
- Woman are emotional *********** with no direction (until age 35)
- Don't trust the system
- Everyone but you is an idiot
- Act out on impulse, regardless of consequences
- You don't need to try your hardest in school

Keep all this in mind, and maybe you too can strive to become a seasoned master of the world, enlightening others on 4chan from your mother's basement.
#184 to #160 - buckeyeup (04/07/2014) [-]
I think you generalized this a tad too much. Here's what I think he was trying to say:

>Women tend to make their impulse decisions on hormones and emotions untill about age 25. (Men tend to do the same)

>The system will tend to **** you over if you let it.

>In a basic dead-end job, you will learn how stupid the average person can be based on the actions of some of your co-workers and many customers that you interact with. This is not always the case but for the most part, people have no idea what they are talking about but try to convince you they know more than you.

>He was saying to get **** done yourself, not wait for someone else to do it.

>Whereas good grades in school can get you somewhere, without a work ethic or work experience, you're ******

Pay closer attention next time
#190 to #184 - Yojimbo (04/07/2014) [-]
I'll grant you that I over generalized for the purpose of my joke if you grant me that you are no more qualified to speak for the author of the greentext (and what he was actually trying to say) than I am.
I'll grant you that I over generalized for the purpose of my joke if you grant me that you are no more qualified to speak for the author of the greentext (and what he was actually trying to say) than I am.
#191 to #190 - buckeyeup (04/07/2014) [-]
#52 - kneehumper (04/06/2014) [-]
I feel like this was more a guide on how to be a cynical asshole
I feel like this was more a guide on how to be a cynical asshole
#6 - allinallout **User deleted account** (04/06/2014) [-]
Lie: Being nice to people pays off, and being mean to people pays off
Truth: being nice to a stranger means dick if you're never going to see them again, and being mean to people inevitably comes around to bite your ass HARD in one way or another
User avatar #40 to #6 - perform (04/06/2014) [-]
I think being nice to people pays off. The one time you get serious and demand something from them, they do it faster than Usain Bolt rushing into KFC after a race.
User avatar #164 to #6 - niggernazi (04/07/2014) [-]
well being nice to strangers is a an easy ticket to heaven
User avatar #180 to #6 - mistlarousse (04/07/2014) [-]
Or maybe you could try to be a decent human being for the hell of it
User avatar #23 to #6 - obsidicus (04/06/2014) [-]
but you never know for sure if you will ever see that stranger again, so I try to be nice to everyone. nice not beta
#28 to #23 - allinallout **User deleted account** (04/06/2014) [-]
pretty sure strangers will only remember you if you were a dick
User avatar #29 to #28 - obsidicus (04/06/2014) [-]
i disagree. They are more likely to remember you depending on how extreme you act. An being an extreme dick is just as memorable as being an extremely nice guy. After that there are ways your actions are effecting their general affect. If you are nice to someone, they may night remember you, but their day will be brighter and they will feel better and are more likely to pass that feeling on to other people. The same is true in reverse to acting like a dick towards the strangers. They may not remember who you are if they met you later on, but you still soured their day.
#30 to #29 - allinallout **User deleted account** (04/06/2014) [-]
if we're going to go on a paragraphrant can we define what "meeting a stranger" is so we're arguing the same thing?
User avatar #33 to #30 - obsidicus (04/06/2014) [-]
good idea. I pictured getting on a packed train filled with people I have never either met or seen before. I suppose that would be my working definition. A stranger for me is someone I have never seen or interacted with before. Does that definition hold water for you?
#55 to #33 - allinallout **User deleted account** (04/06/2014) [-]
Yes so then I suppose you're right, I guess that's the problem with extreme statements. It's totally possible for a stranger to remember you as a nice person, especially if you see them a lot like on a train or something (I live in the suburbs, land of no public transportation).
#168 to #23 - John Cena (04/07/2014) [-]
No good deed goes unpunished.
User avatar #128 - Ninotori (04/07/2014) [-]
Ok all of those are great but I'm bothered by the women one. Seriously? You're just gonna assume that I don't know anything, so don't date me, and then by age 35, don't date me at all? Isn't that kind of a catch 22? I'm not perfect by any means, and I wouldn't want to be a guy who suffers a crappy woman, but jesus ******* christ I'm not a broken AI that exists to further your goals and happiness. I'm gonna get red thumbs for saying this anyway so I'm probably wasting my time, but if you really want to know why I woman won't date you, and its not that your a fedora wearing neckbeard, its because you talk about them like this.
#131 to #128 - comradewinter ONLINE (04/07/2014) [-]
I'm sure there's always someone out there. But the OP here is right. There's usually a reason why a woman above 35 goes unmarried. Usually. I think he means those who have never been married before, since married women at the age of 35 should be red flags as well for obvious reasons. You can date anyone you want, but you don't necessarily know what you want before it's too late, which is why it's a good idea to wait until you're closing in on the third decade. That's what I understood, at least.
User avatar #132 to #131 - Ninotori (04/07/2014) [-]
I agree, that the state of someone's life is definitely the window into them as a person. If they're life is ****** , they may be too. That's not a garuntee though. It only frustrates me because I sit here and watch people hold me to this ridiculous standard, and then act all pissed when I expect ANYTHING of them. Like I exist to satisfy a need, or that I can only do certain things if they meet a certain rule. I'm a plain old ******* person like you. Treat me like one.
User avatar #133 to #132 - bodasion (04/07/2014) [-]
*applaud* That sounds fantastic.

Now, if you don't mind, carry the same message to your female friends and maybe they'll stop calling us "dogs" and worse when we're not looking (and sometimes when we are).

Men point the finger at women and women point just as many fingers right back. The problem isn't an individual sex. The problem is people. The reason most guys don't attach the same "standard" to men isn't because they don't, but rather because most guys don't date men and couldn't care less what qualities make a man unattractive; they're not looking for them anyway.
#165 to #133 - comradewinter ONLINE (04/07/2014) [-]
Or maybe we can just stop insisting that one this this and the other does that and start showing respect. Ghandi believed in a respectful approach against those who screwed him over, and it's pretty hard to hit someone who treats you nicely.
User avatar #188 to #165 - bodasion (04/07/2014) [-]
Yeah, and look what happened to Gandhi. ;-)
#189 to #188 - comradewinter ONLINE (04/07/2014) [-]
Yeah. Became a legend countless of people use as an example for selflessness and tolerance. Gotta suck.
User avatar #187 to #133 - Ninotori (04/07/2014) [-]
Thats exactly right my friend. If you want gender equality its not about yanking either side any direction its about allowing the freedom of the individual to make their own choices anyway. So everyone is pointing fingers everywhere except that it's not just the gender behind the problems.

#177 to #131 - John Cena (04/07/2014) [-]
I'm curious as to how you feel about men who are unmarried by 35
#178 to #177 - comradewinter ONLINE (04/07/2014) [-]
Probably a damn good reason for that as well.
#179 to #178 - John Cena (04/07/2014) [-]
#83 - lapsushominum (04/07/2014) [-]
Lost credibility for me at "High school doesn't matter"

Got so much scholarship money from good grades and club work that I pretty much got paid to go to college. This guy just seems pissed off at life.
User avatar #90 to #83 - leonhardt (04/07/2014) [-]
I think that one was meant for people that already ****** up and won't be getting any academic scholarships. Just saying it's not a big deal if you suck.

Which is horrifying, to say the least.
#103 to #83 - John Cena (04/07/2014) [-]
I got a full ride because I joined the army and asked for a scholarship. My friends all got full rides from internet essay grants. High school is pretty insignificant. Just pay attention here and there.
#105 to #83 - John Cena (04/07/2014) [-]
I'm going into 4th year university and I can tell you it doesn't matter at all. Nothing I learned in high school has been applied here. Also, high grades won't get you anywhere in life; it's your knowledge and experience in your field of study that'll get you hooked up with profs if you wanna help with research. As long as you maintain a B or so, have an interesting idea that profs like, and know your **** ; you're set.

source: University lol

#125 to #83 - Gute (04/07/2014) [-]
So true, to everyone saying that the knowledge you learn in high school isn't a big deal, well I kinda disagree since it definitely helps having credit and scholarship money going into college.
User avatar #150 to #83 - schurftinator (04/07/2014) [-]
I agree, I worked so goddamn hard at university and now I got a great position and next year doing a phd. Not just grades, but also putting in effort in learning new skills. Hell, I even use that math everyone is always complaining about that 'you'll never use anyway the rest of your life'. Well **** , maybe not at McDonald's.

The people around me who complain about that grades don't matter anyway are usually the people who lack the discipline to even try, so they just do **** all and blame it on society and school. If you work hard, you'll get there.
User avatar #126 to #83 - useroftheLOLZ (04/07/2014) [-]
What he meant was the social ******** . Your reputation, who you know, you friends, what you did, it doesn't mean **** once you leave. Your grades may get you scholarships, but the results will vary.
User avatar #161 to #126 - Ruspanic ONLINE (04/07/2014) [-]
No, I'm pretty sure he explicitly said "just make sure you pass, your grades don't ******* matter".
User avatar #186 to #161 - useroftheLOLZ (04/07/2014) [-]
He was referring to your college grades. Most employers don't look at your college grades, they only care about if you passed, and if you got your degree.
User avatar #91 - beloth (04/07/2014) [-]
This is dumb, some companies do have loyalty for their employees. And being nice doesn't get you ****** . If anything it helps you make friends and connections that can help you in a jam and help you get ahead in life.
User avatar #127 to #91 - useroftheLOLZ (04/07/2014) [-]
HA HAHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Holy **** dude, are you new to life.

You are not an asset to a company. If a company is doing well, they can and will fire your ass if they believe it's worth their time to find someone cheaper and better, it's the fifth rule of business, do it cheap, do it well, and always try and get someone better.

And yes, being the 'nice guy' gets you ****** . You start doing favors for people who won't honor them when you try and call them in, your 'connections' will find greener pastures, and you will be two steps behind where you were because you decided to help push other people ahead of you. People will come to believe that they can use and manipulate you to their ends, to put them further ahead of you. It's a cut throat world, and don't give your competitors the benefit of the doubt, they will **** you over if they can. Be professional, be polite, but have a plan to kill everybody you meet.
#162 to #127 - John Cena (04/07/2014) [-]
In my experience, any person that says something along the lines of "HA HAHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Holy **** dude, are you new to life" is pretty ******* new in life.
#18 - drtortuga (04/06/2014) [-]
sobbing ********* ? I don't know who all these women are that men on the internet are seemingly doomed to interact with, but they need to get out and meet better people. Not all young women are like this. And there are some young men who definitely are. It's just a part of youth to not know what you want.
User avatar #57 to #18 - Malchow (04/06/2014) [-]
Have you ever stopped to consider what things are like from the male perspective for once? Rather than just blindly defending women, try to be objective.

You claim you don't know who all these women are, but the reality is, yes you do. Your female perspective judges them in a different light than a male perspective. It's exactly the same way you judge men differently than we'd judge ourselves.

The problem is simple. Women have a natural in-group preference. When somebody suggests women are bad/wrong in some way, you will automatically defend them without stopping to actually consider the offending viewpoint. That's you, right now.
User avatar #68 to #57 - drtortuga (04/07/2014) [-]
I'm sure that's true in most cases. But I wasn't arguing against a general stereotype by debating with a similarly general statement. That would be equally wrong. I simply made the point that not all women are like that. I have been lucky in that I've always pretty much known what I wanted out of life. And I'm objective enough to say that I have girlfriends who are sitting at home, jobless and crying, because they've been broken up with and now they don't know what to do with their life. And don't you dare claim that women have some sort of special herd instinct like it's something a man wouldn't do as well. I'm not debated OP's point because it was against women. YOU are defending it because of that reason. You should try being objective.
User avatar #69 to #68 - drtortuga (04/07/2014) [-]
And you assumed I was a woman simply because I was defending them.
While you were correct, please don't make assumptions. There are most definitely men who would say the same thing.
User avatar #84 to #69 - Malchow (04/07/2014) [-]
Let's go through this point by point, shall we?

Stating that not all women are like that (NAWALT) is pointless. Obviously not all members of a large group will be the same. There are very few people who honestly believe that ALL women are like that. The fact is, a very large percentage of young women ARE like that. Hence, the stereotype. NAWALT as a defense has no meaning whatsoever. It contributes nothing.

Next, I never supported or decried the post. I was just annoyed by you telling men to "get out there and find better ones." Do you honestly believe that men, as a group, aren't out there looking? I've got news for you, we are — and getting involved with women nowadays is both expensive and dangerous. We have to be very careful about who we associate with because one pointed finger can destroy a man's reputation. It happens all the time, so don't bother trying to deny it. It doesn't make one lick of difference whether NAWALT or not, because you still have the power to do so. The harsh reality is that it is safer to simply not bother with any of you who broadcast even subtle hints that you may be a potential problem.

Finally, I made the assumption that you were female because your profile gender says "female." Full stop.
User avatar #92 to #84 - drtortuga (04/07/2014) [-]
Ah, well I honestly didn't think about my profile and so that's my bad. I'm sorry for assuming you were assuming.
But it still sounds like you have alot of misplaced anger toward females that I think is unjustified when it comes to different individuals. It sounds like you had some bad experiences, but going in with the fear that you'll get labeled as a rapist or sexist in any way (I'm assuming that's what you mean by pointed fingers) just puts yourself in a bad light from the get-go. But I will admit that, even though I don't know any, I'm sure there are plenty of women who do use that as a threat to get what they want. I will concede that your points are valid. However, dropping a person as a potential threat when they displays "subtle hints" of having problems, I think just prevents people from getting to know a person who may actually be great. I think nitpicking a person's personality is unfair to them.
I tell my girlfriends all the time to go out and find better guys. And they too hate when I tell them that. I understand that it's overly simplistic advice. But what I'm trying to say is that there are plenty of wonderful people out there. So don't lose hope and become cynical or you'll risk missing them.
User avatar #100 to #92 - Malchow (04/07/2014) [-]
I have a tremendous amount of distrust towards women, not anger. Anger is directed at the specific women who have wronged me in my life, and there are a tremendous number of those indeed. Considering false accusations have, over the course of the 4 major incidents which have occurred in the past 10 years, left me homeless, friendless, ended my career, expelled, and very nearly landed me in jail, I would say that mistrust is justified. It is further justified that during each incident, every single female automatically sided with the accuser, and even when I was cleared of all wrongdoings, they still did.

I am not unique. This is the problem. There are many men like me who have had their lives destroyed by women, and when the lies are exposed, watched as the women walk away without consequence. We learned the hard way that involving ourselves with your gender is dangerous, and are spreading the message. The harsh reality is that the consequences of finding a "land mine" woman are so dire for men, and there are so god damn many of you, the wiser course of action is to simply not get involved in the first place.

Understand that the male drive to procreate is far stronger than a female's. That this danger is overriding their natural urges should give you some idea of just how screwed up the relationship is between men and women, thanks to feminism. The backlash is building, and we can only hope things don't get out of hand.
User avatar #102 to #100 - drtortuga (04/07/2014) [-]
Listen, I'm not the hateful, feminist type you think I am. I just disagreed with this post. I then posted something I thought was a little more positive and hopeful. I am sorry that you have trust issues, but nothing of what I can ever say will help you with that.

I hope things go better for you in the future.
User avatar #106 to #102 - Malchow (04/07/2014) [-]
You can stop with the pity party. At no point have I accused you of anything. Please do not try to pretend that you can guess what I'm thinking.
User avatar #109 to #106 - drtortuga (04/07/2014) [-]
Well just shove it up your ******* ASS.
User avatar #114 to #109 - Malchow (04/07/2014) [-]
"You claim to have issues understanding and dealing with women, but when a girl calmly and thoughtfully discuss issues with you"

That's quoted directly from you. Do I need to spell out what's wrong here?
User avatar #116 to #114 - blastedbeet (04/07/2014) [-]
No, I will. She tried being civil far longer than she should have, you refused to acknowledge that, and she went off on you. The whole "multiple horribly failed relationships" thing makes a whole lot more sense now. No wonder women hate you. You present yourself as a pretty ****** person. Hope all that bitterness can keep you warm, because you've got a lot of cold, lonely nights ahead. And hey, it probably will put off some heat for a while. But then it'll be gone, and you'll be a charred husk of a man, flaking away bit by bit into a breeze that doesn't know or care about you
User avatar #120 to #116 - Malchow (04/07/2014) [-]
I never said anything about horribly failed relationships. That was an assumption on your parts. As it so happens, none of the accusers were in relationships with me. In fact, two of them barely even knew me from a hole in the wall, not that it stopped them.

The shaming language is a nice touch, though. Poetic, even. Unfortunately for you, you're trying to shame me by suggesting I won't get something I don't even want to begin with.
#175 to #120 - John Cena (04/07/2014) [-]
you are literally the worst kind of person
#95 to #69 - monarkh (04/07/2014) [-]
I get how insulting it may seem for you as a young woman, I know it may sound unfair to a girl who's not necessarily a "sobbing ******** ", and of course it's not an appropriate term to summarize your gender but this is 4chan, it's meant to be kinda insulting in some way. But you can't deny that most young women have no ******* clue what they want, they're just following their emotions wherever it leads them and if it goes wrong they cry and try to find something or someone to blame. That's a general pattern, maybe you don't follow it, maybe sometimes it differs in some way, but basically this is a girl between 18 and 25.

And of course "not all..." everybody knows that, this is just not a legitmate point when you're talking about a issue with such a wide range in the society. There's no absolute truth in this kind of issue, only statistical truths, so saying "I'm not like this" or "I know a girl..." is not an acceptable response.

And if I may, this was made to help young men, so yeah maybe that's not the most accurate thing you've read about your gender but damn that's helpful! Not really because of you, or girls, but because of us. We have such a wrong idea of who you are, what you want, some say you're just like us, others say you're some kind of aliens, but the thing is we're walking in the dark, arguing about who knows better than the other, and when we ask to you, you can't offer an acceptable answer. So WE HAVE to think that way, it's not really accurate to call you "sobbing ******** " I know that, we all do, but summarize and simplify your gender's behaviour like this help us to communicate with you.

ps: I'm not entirely sure if what I said actually means something in english, I'm still learning so sorry if I'm not clear enough or if I sound harsh at some point, it's just hard for me to write down what I think
User avatar #101 to #95 - drtortuga (04/07/2014) [-]
Summarizing and simplifying us just makes us sound like a different species. And doing that does not lead to any sort of understanding. That'd be like women saying, "Most men between 18 and 25 don't have any sort of ambition or direction in their lives. They are emotionally stunted and unable to sustain committed, mature relationships. All they want is promiscuous, gratuitous sex." Is that an overly simplified and generalized statement about young men? And would it be offensive for men? Yes and Yes. And of course, there are plenty of men like that. And even more who don't act anything like that all. Regardless of whether or not this statement may 'help' a woman to relate to young men doesn't mean it will actually do any good when building a relationship. Going into a conversation with someone with a previously conceived notion about them is wrong.

And this IS important for girls because this is bad advice being given to the men we're going to be interacting with.
User avatar #104 to #101 - Malchow (04/07/2014) [-]
Most male children are now growing up in an environment with no father, almost no male teachers, and no male role models whatsoever throughout most of their developmental years. Should it come as any surprise that those 18-25 year old boys have no ambition or direction? Who do they have to inspire them? To give them direction? Advice on life?

It's a big part of the reason why so many men don't have a clue how to deal with women. They have next to no male input on how to successfully navigate male/female relationships. Should it come as any surprise then that they don't know what to do?

This "single mothers can do everything on their own" nonsense is causing incalculable societal damage.
User avatar #108 to #104 - drtortuga (04/07/2014) [-]
Alright. I'm done discussing this with you. I disagree with literally everything you have said in this thread. And I don't have time to keep debating you. You claim to have issues understanding and dealing with women, but when a girl calmly and thoughtfully discuss issues with you, you fail to see it as any sort of opportunity.
User avatar #110 to #108 - Malchow (04/07/2014) [-]
An opportunity for what, precisely? There are numerous women in my personal life who have heard and understand my stance. You are not special.
User avatar #98 to #57 - hoponthefeelstrain ONLINE (04/07/2014) [-]
that happens with any group though, say something negative about blacks, they'll defend the stereotype, or hispanics, or white people, teenagers, old people, or parents...
#26 to #18 - John Cena (04/06/2014) [-]
Found the sobbing ******** .
#58 to #18 - lolzordz (04/06/2014) [-]
There are more normal girls than there are sobbing ********* from what ive seen
#49 - idontwanna (04/06/2014) [-]
I kind of needed that
I kind of needed that
User avatar #27 - jnovuse (04/06/2014) [-]
One of the most, if not the most important thing in life?
The family you create, and the family that is not bound by blood, but by actions.
Cherish and love them all the days of your life. Never be the cause of pain or suffering intentionally to them. Always uplift and build them up to a better state of mind and place. Never break them down, unless absolutely necessary, but be sure to support them to rebuild to a better state of mind.

What matters, is how you treat others, especially those in worse situations than you.
User avatar #24 - obsidicus (04/06/2014) [-]
girlexplain do women really need to wait until their late thirties to have their life settled/know what they want in life? What I really want to know is if I get married to a girl before she reaches that stage (if it exists) will I be screwed over because she wants to take her life in a completely different direction after we are married?

Also, I'm not quite sure exactly what a "sobbing ******** " is, but I'm pretty sure most women aren't like that. However if you (or anyone) could clarify, that would be great.
User avatar #66 to #24 - girlexplain (04/06/2014) [-]
No, you won't be screwed over. Most women have their lives planned out or in order way before their late thirties.
User avatar #25 to #24 - drunkxplaine (04/06/2014) [-]
jush cause a girla e 30s it don mean she kno how to 30 man
if we all jus 30s for a sec we kn help eachother
yo knw what i mean
#37 to #25 - John Cena (04/06/2014) [-]
you should probably catch a bit of sleep now
User avatar #38 to #24 - arialynx (04/06/2014) [-]
No, we're expected to know what we want by 18 just like you guys when or if we go into college. We are just as capable as anyone else to make life decisions before late 30's, but it's hard to give a good average because everyone is different and this sort of thing is very subjective. For instance, one girl may not be able to make a good decision early in life while another can make one and stick with that decision for the rest of her life. Same goes for boys as well.
If I were you, just to be safe, wait some years before tying the knot to be sure. Marriage can wait, a relationship is forever. If things work out, great! If not, it's a good thing you waited instead of having to go through all those divorce papers.

And yes, I would agree with you there. The OP in the post made an inaccurate generalization on women based on what is most likely not much female interaction.
User avatar #42 to #38 - obsidicus (04/06/2014) [-]
So basically, like everything else in human behavior, it just depends on the individual. That's comforting. Waiting is always good advice... however, since I'm a Christian and in my culture premarital sex is deemed wrong, the longer I wait, the longer I lose out on my most useful years (I'm 25 and single currently). While waiting sucks, I would rather wait to make one good choice, then not wait and end up regretting it for the rest of my life.

Thanks for the clarification.
#43 to #42 - arialynx (04/06/2014) [-]
Yes, exactly.  And props to you for sticking to your religion, I respect that.  It would definitely be better to wait.   
And you're welcome.
Yes, exactly. And props to you for sticking to your religion, I respect that. It would definitely be better to wait.

And you're welcome.
#111 to #38 - John Cena (04/07/2014) [-]
18-25yo Women are sobbing *********
18-25yo Men are also sobbing *********
When speaking to a majority male audience (especially like on 4chan), its more convenient to talk about whom the majority will be dealing with.
Its not sexism, its knowing your audience.

Also, as a 22yo male, I can confirm that both genders are sobbing ********* at a ratio of 80% ******** or thereabouts.
#64 - jormungandr (04/06/2014) [-]
More useful life lessons

High School, College and Uni matters, just not nearly as much as you think. Don't stress yourself into a ******* aneurysm - just put in as much effort as you deem necessary (e.g. don't write a novel for research worth 15% of your grade. Work proportionately.) Grades and degrees matter for getting jobs if you don't know anyone, but there's always time and ways to boost your resume/CV later in life if you ****** up.

Damn near everyone thinks the exact same way you do when it comes to social **** . The whole "Am I being awkward? Do I act weird?" self-consciousness is a part of everyone, and once you realise that everyone is as self-conscious as you are you won't be as intimidated by social aspects of life. A word of advice - be someone that you wouldn't want to punch in the face in 10 years time. If you're truly self conscious about something (for me it was walking with my hands by my side) either change it if you can, or work with it if you can't.
#65 to #64 - jormungandr (04/06/2014) [-]
Also, when in a work placement, definitely work in your best interest but make it look like it's for the company. Companies are much more willing to keep hiring compliant workers, so act like one but keep your actual intentions hidden.
User avatar #80 - alfrebecht (04/07/2014) [-]
This reads a lot like someone who has failed in aspects of life and is projecting reasons so that they aren't to blame.
#93 to #80 - veryspecialagent (04/07/2014) [-]
I somewhat disagree. I think it's a person with experience, telling other socially awkward ********* ups that there's still hope.

But his negative outlook on some things (violence and companies) are just grossly over-exaggerated.
User avatar #119 to #93 - alfrebecht (04/07/2014) [-]
Yes, I agree with everything you just said.

That doesn't disagree with my premise, that is, what led to op's advice was emotion rather than logic.
#81 - wantabeer (04/07/2014) [-]
I'm about to start medical school in the fall. I'm not sure how I feel about this post. I just want to make money and live quietly.
#134 to #81 - mankbeast ONLINE (04/07/2014) [-]
Where are you going my friend? I also am an aspiring medical student.
#192 to #134 - wantabeer (04/07/2014) [-]
User avatar #151 to #81 - schurftinator (04/07/2014) [-]
**** this post, work hard and be dedicated and disciplined and you'll get there. Don't let people who are too lazy to work and only complain about how life is unfair get you down.
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