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Posted 4/11/16

omlettespammer wrote:

take out male and I'd agree it's better! 9 years single (I'm depressingly lonely!) and I've done quite well without a partner. (I don't know how to date!) you don't really need a bf/gf/fuckbuddy to live ( I'm gonna jump! ) all your money is your's and you don't get drama for someone bringing up unreasonable requests that often happen on both sides of a relationship. MGTOW exists, and although I agree that women being favoured in court cases I don't believe in labels, assholes seem to love labels. of course men have feelings too (hold me). pay no mind to anything in brackets.


I'm always surprised when people know of the MGTOW label, it's not that common.

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Try and get out more not just sit and home and hang be more social
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PrinceJudar wrote:
I'm always surprised when people know of the MGTOW label, it's not that common.
It is?
Maybe I should go my own way someday...

ck1west wrote:
Try and get out more not just sit and home and hang be more social
So if I got a plane, I could crash into your place?!

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Y'know, before the bitter lonely guy started the thread, I thought it was going to be things like "When you wake up in the morning, everything is still in the same place you left it last night"?
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In my opinion, single life is generally preferred due to obvious reasons unless you're one of the lucky bastards who manages to find a woman who is just a perfect match for you. That's certainly not feasible for someone like me given my distinct... lifestyle as of late.

I'm certainly open to dating, but I'm not willing to change who I am and completely give up my independence just to do so.
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TrickedMJ wrote:

People don't understand that when you go into co-op a lot of times it makes things a lot harder, you can run into an area you were able to solo in 15min then go and co-op it and it could take almost an hour if your teammate is incompetent. Yes, one co-op run gives more XP than a solo run, but if you can solo the area 4times before you can clear it with co-op, what's really the best option here?




Just don't date a fockin noob


Everyone is a noob though. Plus I also gotta date someone that likes PvP
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Honesty being single means more time for anime, video games and more money for travel. The older I get, the more I think maybe it's not a half bad life
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Wow, you have a really skewed view on relationships, Ryulightorb.... That's some negative and unhealthy thinking I think. Relationships are all about give and take and finding someone that you share interests with. When you have and realize that, then the rest of the relationship is usually pretty easy. If you find someone that you share interests with, then the experience doesn't become negative but positive, as you can spend time together doing the same things that you would do apart. Therefore, that gives you more time to do the things that you like alone that your partner doesn't. That's a win-win situation to me. I'm 36 and have been single for almost three years now, and that's after a couple of failed serious relationships, and I still haven't given up at finding someone. You never know when it might happen as it can happen at any point in your life.
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More time for anime and thigh highs
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what
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What she said.
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Dariamus wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:


Dariamus wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:
In short being single is clearly superior because it allows us to work on our xp gains and level up

^^^Amateur

Find a girlfriend/wife who is a gamer.




You think i haven't tried i gave up XD

You're only 19, much to early to give up.
I was 21 when I met my wife, and we were friends for years before we started dating.



i won't get out of my town in the next 10 years
Not dating anyone in my town so...long distance it is...

Chance of finding someone my age wanting to do long distance VERY LOW :(

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Wow, you have a really skewed view on relationships, Ryulightorb.... That's some negative and unhealthy thinking I think. Relationships are all about give and take and finding someone that you share interests with. When you have and realize that, then the rest of the relationship is usually pretty easy. If you find someone that you share interests with, then the experience doesn't become negative but positive, as you can spend time together doing the same things that you would do apart. Therefore, that gives you more time to do the things that you like alone that your partner doesn't. That's a win-win situation to me. I'm 36 and have been single for almost three years now, and that's after a couple of failed serious relationships, and I still haven't given up at finding someone. You never know when it might happen as it can happen at any point in your life.




my original post was meant to be a joke portraying a depressed MMO Gamer who has given up on love (Not that that's not me but i don't really thing like this).

Just thought i would put that out there hahaha
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Ejanss wrote:

Y'know, before the bitter lonely guy started the thread, I thought it was going to be things like "When you wake up in the morning, everything is still in the same place you left it last night"?


I love how everyone took me serious when this was clearly a joking post
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PrinceJudar wrote:


omlettespammer wrote:

take out male and I'd agree it's better! 9 years single (I'm depressingly lonely!) and I've done quite well without a partner. (I don't know how to date!) you don't really need a bf/gf/fuckbuddy to live ( I'm gonna jump! ) all your money is your's and you don't get drama for someone bringing up unreasonable requests that often happen on both sides of a relationship. MGTOW exists, and although I agree that women being favoured in court cases I don't believe in labels, assholes seem to love labels. of course men have feelings too (hold me). pay no mind to anything in brackets.


I'm always surprised when people know of the MGTOW label, it's not that common.



MGTOW - WE ARE ASSHOLES <- This is how i feel whenever i listen to a MGTOW person.

I mean i get there belief isn't intended to be that but CMON alot of them are just assholes who think women are inferior etc.


I found out about MGTOW when i looked up the male equivelant of feminism
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