Monthly Archives: May 2014

She’s Past It


In continuation of the theme from last weeks post.
The modern over-confident western woman will forget the one thing that brings her back down to earth, the internal biological clock. Women of past generations had a strong awareness of the time-limited nature of their fertility and their most treasured resource—their beauty. In past generations, a well raised girl would utilise her peak years to lock down a worthy man who would enjoy her girlish allures—and the view of relishing them for numerous upcoming years— got engaged for the long-term association. Men sacrificed their time, resources and commitment for a woman’s fertility & beauty.

In the modern times, the fabricated assurances of feminism have tempted girls away from this structure. The new generation of women have been provided with an philosophy that sworn them that they could appreciate the profits of their prime years open-endedly, while also living a lifestyle which had no judgements or negative stigma attached. Women, by large, were persuaded by this, and jumped on-board with this ideology.

Between, the ages of 16 and 30, a woman can really conquer it all. A woman of even mediocre appearances, but a decent physique, enjoys an immense quantity of control and access. Couple this with modern technology and you now get a woman that gets a deadly combination of constant attention, limitless solicitations, daily perks, and instant authority for no reason other than being born female. Life is grand isn’t it? The party is endless and the fun just continues.

If you have any hot female friends, you’ll notice all preferential treatment and status boosts she gets for simply being attractive.. The potential of enjoying that for your whole lifespan is highly intoxicating, but there are undoubtedly pitfalls associated with this.

The modern girl will start riding random dicks by high school, screwing the football players and jocks. She’ll continue this trend in her University days, riding random after parties, club nights and having her validation being met constantly. She’ll finish studying then obtain a decent job partially due to her being female and decent-looking. Her early twenties will continue to be the top party she’s been begging for and she will despise any men that are seen as “needy”.

Her mid-20s will come and the first alarm bells start ringing that this lifestyle is just isn’t going to last indefinitely. The amalgamation of constant smash and dashes & some of her friends being engaged start to play into her mind.  However, she’ll stay defiant by giving into the feminist lies and continuing to falsely belief that she’ll peak in her mid-30s.

Her 30s swiftly arrive and now with roughly 12% of her eggs remaining, she notices that she doesn’t get the same looks from guys anymore. The guys she used to bang are banging younger, tighter, hotter women. This becomes depressing, because female fertility and sexual attractiveness closely parallel. She realises when a woman has a full basket of eggs she is at her most beautiful.  As her suitors diminish she realises she must end up with the guys who are herbs with no other options whom she turned down when she was a hotter commodity.

The modern western woman’s years of slutting have allowed them to throw away their most precious asset for instant gratification. They believed the feminist lies and pay the price in due course.

(R)aging Cougars


It’s very common in the Anglo-sphere ageing cougars that have wasted the currency of their youth riding the cock carousel to lie to themselves that they are currently “at their peak”. That is simply untrue, lets say these cougars are in their mid to late 30’s. A woman’s physical peak simply doesn’t co-incide with the period in her life that she is more likely to give birth to children with birth defects. We all know many times over that a woman’s looks are the main ingredient in her sexual market value and therefore her peak window is something between the ages of 18 and 25.

So why do these enraged, sagging cougars get so fired up when they are notified of the harsh realities?

Shaming tactics. Deep inside every ageing lies the barren truth that she simply doesn’t “still have it”. She is used goods, whether she’s now a single mother, divorcee  or a carousel ridden skank, the reality remains, her best physical years are behind her.

It’s difficult for used up women to accept the fact that they failed at obtaining the love and commitment of a desirable man. Some will lie to themselves to believe they are still as hot as they were when they were 22, some will openly advertise their sexual expertise in order to obtain some care-free fucks from random men, where as some will collect cats and declare that they “Don’t need no man”. All of these are mere rationalising tactics.

One word of advice, don’t ever commit to an ageing cougar. Don’t be the sucker that pays higher than the sticker price for a used car that has done way too many kilometres on the cock-o-meter. Steer clear of the Feminist shaming of age gaps, steer well clear of the western brain-washing of cougar envy. Just simply, pump and dump.



When I was six years old, I received the following gift from my aunt. A toy, it consisted of four small magnetic fishing poles with a bed of piranhas bopping up and down whilst spinning in a small plastic “pond”. The aim was to catch as many of these piranhas in this moving “pond”. The person who caught the most was the winner.

It made me think, each piranha was no different from the other. Human beings are similar in many ways.

We live our life that usually goes through loops, with no real determination, letting life’s current form us instead of the other way around. One full rotation is one day in time. Sometimes, days stand out, but weeks never do. This week will by large be like the last. Fifty-two weeks a year for you, and they will all be placid and similar. The minor particulars may vary but the manner in which you live your life and the trail you are on will never significantly alter. Express who you are currently and what you have faith in and it’s no surprise to reveal to you what you will be doing years from now. Perhaps you’ll have a new dog or a new car, or partner, or new toys, but quite frankly nothing the next being you see won’t experience. You’re a piranha. Comfortable.

Think about what it feels like to be a piranha getting snatched out of the pond, away from the safe but foreseeable current with the other piranhas. It seems like it’d be frightening, being extracted from what you’re comfortable with, what you’re at ease with, what you’ve been vested in for so long. Instead now, you escape that with little suggestion of what will occur next. But for some people, they know no other way to live.


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How can one instantaneously feel inferior, unhappy even?

It’s simple. Make comparisons to other people.

When you were growing up, your parents probably did this, they compared you to other children and their good behaviour, in order for you to comply with their demands. You probably felt guilty and adhered to their wishes as a result.

Now, you too can do the same.

Common examples:

That guy makes more cash than me!

Oh wow, look at his car!

Wow, so cultured, she speaks five difference languages!

He dresses so well!

God, his muscles are massive!

What you might see is superiority, intellect, strength on a visual level. But what you don’t see is the hard work that goes behind it. The long hours working towards getting more money, the hours of gym sessions in order to achieve that muscular figure, the excruciating hours of learning foreign words, the thousands of dollars spent on designer clothes.

Now think, Despite all the hours in a day, how many of them are you utilising to build towards the person you’re comparing yourself to?

Are you working towards a goal that increases your wealth? Are you working out to improve your fitness? Are you trying to broaden your horizons by learning new languages and skills?

Think about it..

You probably are not doing these things to a level that is required to achieve what you see in the person you envy. Despite the depression that comes from comparisons, re-framing it as motivation is one of the most useful mindsets one can have. The strong surge in motivation which comes to supplicate that deficiency is a useful driver towards continual self improvement. However, If you find yourself continually utilising comparison to remain at a base level of motivation, then it’s probably wise to find a new goal.