Everything a man does is for a woman

We’re retards but it’s also a primitive instinct that drives us.  If the female race were to go extinct, every man would sooner or later stop all ambitions and become sloths.  Everything we do is for women.

The only reason a guy wants to be rich is so that he can get the best looking woman he can get and be the envy of all other men.  The only reason he buys the nicest car he can barely afford is because he thinks it will up his game.  The only reason he wants to buy a house is so he becomes more desirable to a woman.

Everytime a guy’s ego is hurt it’s because he thinks it makes him less of a man which will make him less wanted by a woman.  It’s some kind of alpha male bullshit.  The only time a man feels like a loser is when he feels no woman wants him.  He could be broke ass and fat but if he’s got a woman way better looking than him he feels like a winner.

If he’s rich and good looking with no woman he’s a loser!  Or he’s gay.  Or divorced and very bitter.

Coming out of high school the idea is, “I’d better go to university so I can get a good job cause if I don’t no woman will want me.”  No joke.  It will never be, “I’d better go to university so I can get a good job so I can be happier single and impress all my guy friends with my expensive toys.”

The only reason a guy is jealous of another guy is because he thinks that guy has something a woman will want.  We see a guy with a nicer car than us, we’re like, “fricken asswipe, I wish I could drive one of those then I would have a better chance with a girl.”

That’s why we don’t get jealous if someone is the greatest at table tennis, magic cards or booger sniffing cause we don’t think any good looking girls will care.  Unless, if booger sniffers got paid big money then we would be like, “if I get good at booger sniffing then all the chicks would want me, ya.”

Any guy who has any ambition to make lots of money and is saying he’s doing it largely for something else other than to get the best woman he can get is a friggin liar.  Maybe it’s just primitive instincts or low self esteem but whatever it is this is the way it is.

If women were to go extinct tomorrow there would be hardly any guy out there who would be content at their job.  Sooner or later they would find an easier job, move to a smaller place or with their mom, take the bus and probably rape other guys.


We’re living pretty good

Urinating in water that is perfectly drinkable.  Continuous running drinkable water coming out of the faucet whenever you want.  Not having to worry about the safety of you or your family.  Dial 3 digits on your phone and someone will come save you if a dog bites your finger off.  The list goes on.

Living in any developed country you will pretty much have all of this and more.  But it means nothing, right?  You can have all of this and life still sucks because you don’t have a great job or you do but it’s not exciting anymore.  You’re single and you’re worried you’ll never find anyone to marry you.  Better yet, you have someone but you’re not convinced they’re the right one.  So depressing cause your life isn’t like a tv show.

If you sometimes feel like this try thinking differently.  Think of how you never have to think about starving to death.  Think about how you probably will live under a roof where there’s a bed and blanket everyday of your life.  What more do you need to be happy?

There’s billions of people who don’t get these luxuries that we take for granted.  We’re part of a lucky minority.  We live like royalty to most of the world but our minds are developed like third world countries.

All these everyday luxuries are not enough to make people feel special cause everyone else around them has all this too.  People need to be better then the next person.  Once basic needs are well taken care of the ego needs to be taken care of and that’s an endless journey.


“It is not enough to succeed, a friend must fail.”
-La Rochefoucauld

I don’t know about this marriage thing

The stat is about 40% of marriages end in divorce which doesn’t automatically mean 60% of marriages are full of bliss.  There’s got to be a good percentage of that 60% who just aren’t very happy.

Knowing this how can anyone really think their marriage is going to work out for sure.  But you’re convinced that person is right for you and you’ll be together forever even though most who get divorced or stay unhappily married probably felt the same way when they said, “I do.”

What’s the difference between getting married and taking all your money to the casino and betting on red or black?  You got a 50% chance so why not?  Cause that’s stupid betting your life on 1 to 2 odds but it’s not when it comes to marriage for some reason.

I suppose when it comes to the person you choose you do have some control and a better sense of probability but the numbers just don’t lie.  I guess marriage is something you might have to try cause the possibility of being alone is the worst thing possible?

I think the older you are when you get married the better chance your marriage will have longevity.  When you’re in your 20’s there’s just so much chance that one of you is going to change in some way.  You don’t have a very good idea of what you really want even though we always think we know it all.

My opinion on marriage is it’s suppose to be about 2 people who really want to be with each other, be there for each other and make  each other happy.  That should be the foundation.  Being old enough to witness a few marriages in my group of friends, I don’t really see that happening.

What I see is marriage becoming a second job.  A project.  A business.  We’re married to accomplish goals and the picture perfect life kind of thing and we’ll do whatever it takes.  Happiness is secondary and if we can’t make the primary goal work then this marriage thing ain’t going to work very well.

Through my eyes it seems it’s all about what the woman wants but maybe my friends are just a bunch of bitches.  I don’t know.  It seems like a husband’s job is to just keep the wife happy so she shuts the F up.

People always have ulterior motives before they’re even dating.  They’re looking for marriage before they even find someone to date.  They’re thinking about kids before they’re even married.  People are always matching each other up to what they think they want in the future.   I realize you have to think about the future sometimes but I feel by concentrating on the future all the time you’re turning a blind eye to valuable aspects of the present that will shape your future.

We sometimes reject people cause we don’t see our future with them but you can’t see the future.  You have no idea how you will feel in the future even though you’re convinced you know.  You just have to ask yourself do you enjoy yourself with this person today and are you happy now.

With marriage and divorce, how I feel  is, never say never and never say forever.

New outlook on selfishness

The meaning of selfish has probably changed throughout my whole life.  Often it could even change depending on my mood and ego.  I think for the most part the meaning of selfish to me meant, mostly thinking of myself.

Recently, I’ve realized I’ve always been somewhat selfish.  Even when I offered to help a friend in the back of my mind I expected something.  I expected them to do the same for me in the future or show some kind of gratitude.   This probably sounds more fair than selfish but when you expect something in return then it’s at least a little bit selfish.

Having come to this conclusion I have a new goal in life that is not like any other goal I’ve ever had.  All my past goals have always been about getting a better job, or meeting new people or learning something.  Always something mostly external.  My new goal is to be the most selfless and compassionate person I can be.  Well, at least be conscious about it cause I know I’m going to have bad days.

I think too many of us have this attitude of needing to be treated like how we treat others.  “He wouldn’t do it for me so why should I do it for him” or “he helped me so I have to help him.”  It should be more like, “I want to help because someone needs it and it’s spreading positive energy.”

There were many times I could have offered my help to friends but instead I didn’t and stayed home and watched TV or did nothing much.  I had no obligation to help and no one would think less of me but I was being selfish cause sitting at home wasn’t doing anyone any good including myself.  Although, I was often too fatigued from my negative lifestyle to have any chance of being in the mood to want to help anyone.

These days though, I have good energy and mood from a regular sleeping schedule and other positive lifestyle changes so I’m very willing to offer any help I can.  Another issue before was that my ego prevented me from helping people.  I didn’t want to feel like I was anyone’s lacky boy.

I also at times was hating on other people cause I was unhappy.  I didn’t entirely like my life so I didn’t want to make anyone else’s better if I wasn’t benefiting.   I felt by helping I was widening the inequality gap but my ego or  I wasn’t the one moving up.

Lately, I have been offering my services to people and I think they find it strange but hopefully the positive energy will become infectious and steer evolution in a better direction.   I have no expectations of getting anything in return and will not have any negative feelings if people I’ve helped just think I’m a sucker.

Acceptance is a bitch

I was thinking about how image is so important to us and was wondering why this is.  I came to a semi conclusion it’s about acceptance.  Imagine if you woke up with a rash on your face and the doctor told you it would be there for life.  You would probably freak out.  First thing that would come to your mind is how people are going to look at you and react to your alien like feature.  You’ll think about how no one from the opposite sex will ever want you.  How no one new will ever come into your life.  How no one will ever treat you the same.

However, if you knew you had a decent amount of people that would fully accept you then you probably wouldn’t care so much.  Hmmm, maybe if you even just had a spouse that would be good enough.  I guess when you’re single you would be most insecure and ashamed.  I think a rash is not the best example but having bad acne or being really obese are probably a better examples.

I figure we could blame mirrors for this issue in life.  Without the invention of mirrors we would never feel self conscious about our appearance so much.  You could have bad skin and hair but not even know it.  The only natural mirror would be still water in a pond or something but your reflection would not be that clear at all.

I don’t know.  When you don’t feel accepted you feel alone which can make you depressed or angry.  I don’t even have any good advice except try not to care and realize if you don’t show you care then other people will care less.  Easier said than done I guess.



It’s just way too easy to be alone

Back when life was more primitive, humans probably felt forced to be part of a community.  Imagine living in the open wild where you had to hunt and gather for your own food and be on the look out for predators.  Doing this alone would not give you the most secure feeling in the world.

Security is basically the foundation of all our actions and emotions.  Everything we do is based on some kind of survival.  The thing is, these days our basic needs are so easily taken care of that we’re hung up on the survival of retarded things like ego, material possessions, acceptance and the list goes on.

In our overly comfortable existence it’s so easy to become deserters and selfish.  You can live your whole life alone without any survival issues.  You can work alone, buy your own groceries, cook them yourself, live alone and you don’t even need other people for entertainment cause you have TV, internet and hundreds of places you can go to alone.

There are times we get upset at the people around us and call it quits even though we’ve had a relationship with them for all of our lives.  We know we’ll still be safe and alive with no one.  We always have an out.

I guess what I’m trying to say here is that just because we can do it alone doesn’t mean it’s ideal.  It’s so easy to disband from your family and friends and there’s nothing forcing you to seek out new people.

Being part of a community brings everyone together.  Everyone has a duty and feels good being part of something bigger than themselves.  This could be a family or an organization but just something where everyone helps each other and is there for one another.

I don’t know.  I think it’s a better way to live life.  It wasn’t too long ago I had the mindset of, “I don’t need anyone.  I can be happy alone.”  I don’t think it’s the way to go anymore.  I’m glad I can disagree with my current life and want to change.  Not being able to admit to yourself you’re wrong in your ways and the inability to change is a detriment to one’s life.  Evolving is a must.