Dating is a waste of time
Why subject yourself to the degradation of getting screened by an undesirable woman like you are an applicant for a minimum wage job, knowing full well that she is conducting similar assessments on 1,000 other fawning men? Right swiping on Tinder or sending a woman a wink on Ok Cupid will never come close to the rush of masculinity you get from approaching a beautiful woman in person.It doesn’t even matter if you are rejected – by showing the balls to back yourself to sleep with a sexy woman, you have proven your manhood.
Both are downright unmasculine things that quite frankly you can do without.And you might just pull a hot babe you had been brainwashed into believing was “out of your league.” The market for today’s woman is massively overpriced, and it’s up to men as consumers to demand a better product.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.Yvette admits that she has yet to go on a single date with anyone she’s met online.In other words, she thinks her suitors are pathetic, and regularly looks at her online dating page Any remotely attractive woman can get laid with little or no effort.And remember, these women are supposedly the cream of the crop.
Consider also that South Australia not only has the most attractive women in the nation, but is an exception to the sausage fest which is the norm Down Under.
How many of the hours spent gazing at a screen is simply wasted time a man could dedicate to improving himself and enjoying life?
Sadly, more often than not, many of us take the easy option – the online option – rather than taking the more challenging, meaningful and fulfilling path.
Mark Webster is an old school Australian who is dismayed by political correctness, the state of the modern woman and the decline of his once beautiful country.
He believes the collapse of the family unit is directly attributable to feminism and cultural Marxism.
An unattractive, over the hill single mother being the recipient of this award should dispel the manosphere myth that once women hit the wall in their 30s, they are starved of male attention.