Dedicated to exposing all the women who complain about wanting a "good man", to show women's poor dating behavior and unreasonable standards while offering little to no value themselves.
Welcome to the next evolution of Where Are All The Good Men.
This tribe and the WAATGM forum are moderated for decorum and the rules that are listed in the side bar. Please be sure to read them.
A couple of information items before you begin or continue your journey down the WAATGM rabbit hole:
--This is the TRP.red tribe for WAATGM. It functions similar to that social media platform with the bird icon on it just without the character limitations. This is where you can drop a simple thought, concept, or question on the community for discussion.
--If you arrived here from the Socialist matrix of fascist censorship known as Reddit, then this site will look a little different, because it is. The WhereAreAllTheGoodMen forum is the site that works similar to the original sub in Reddit. There you may post women's dating profiles and comment on them, just like in the original sub-reddit.
--For those that are new to WAATGM or those that would like to refresh their memories of a particular post, many of the original reddit posts have been archived for safekeeping and may be found here. You may also find the archive link at the bottom of the side bar (on the right ----------->).
--Be sure to check out our baby forum WhereAllTheGoodMenAre. Just like the original, this is where you can submit and comment on essays which addresses the "Where are all the good men?" phenomenon. Personal stories, theories, venting, and even how awesome life is as a MGTOW are all welcomed, but ultimately it is a place to share your male perspective as to why women can't find a "good man", or why good men are avoiding commitment.Read More
@Land_of_the_losers I'd barely figured out the basics of how to do mod stuff on reddit when we made the jump. Now I'm right back to having no idea how to tie my shoes, as it were.
Now I'm just waiting for the inevitable realization the shoes I don't know how to tie are actually velcro.
@Boar_excrement It was probably operator error on my part, since I have a different type of phone. I saw the conversation and thought I understood who was the "you" and who was the "I" and guessed that the "you" was the person whose phone I had. That's why I texted the other person (no point texting a person whose phone was in my hand), but the problem was that both the "you" phone and the "I" phone belonged to the same person, which is how I texted myself. Once that happened I knew the person at the other number knew the owner. It wasn't until she texted me back that I discovered that she was the owner of that phone, and it wasn't until she showed up at my house that I realized that she owned both phones. I didn't even know that the owner was a woman until that point.
I think anybody would have been confused initially. In any case, I did my good deed for the day and she got her phone back after foolishly lending it to a guy who obviously has no better impulse control than she does... and can't afford his own phone, apparently.Read More
Yesterday my wife and I were doing a couple of miles in our neighborhood when she stopped and picked something off the ground. I usually don't like it when she does that, but this time it was for a good reason: there was a cell phone on the grass next to the sidewalk. She asked what I thought we should do with it, so I opened it up (no PIN required: I just swiped the screen and it opened), and opened the contact list to see if I could figure out who it belonged to.
I immediately came across a conversation where the person using the phone was arguing over text with a significant other. I didn't read it because it wasn't any of my business, but the phone only had two contacts in it. I sent a, "I found your dropped phone" message, and immediately realized the message was to the number of the phone I had in my hand. Oops. So I sent the same message to the other number. I immediately got a message saying, "The phone is mine. I'm at (local shopping area) with my kids, but I'll grab it when I'm done."
Okay.. no problem. I told the owner where I was, plugged in the phone (it was at 18% power), and went on about my evening. A while later I got a call from a woman saying that she was outside, so I told her I'd be right out.
There she was: a pregnant woman with a bunch of kids and a bunch of tats. When I handed her the phone I told her where we found it, and she said that her boyfriend (not husband, of course) must have (and I quote), "Had a meltdown and thrown it out the window." The phone was her work phone that she was letting him use, which is why I was able to reach her when I called the other number. I made a few suppositions about both of them, which I assume I don't have to explain to anyone here.
That's the most extreme case of, "Birds of a feather flock together" that I've seen this week (and we have a family of owls that lives in the trees in our front yard).Read More
@goodmansaysfuckyou I doubt he will be interested. Twitter had a charm about it before it turned to shit. You had to be concise and on point. Reddit has always been somewhat of a circle-jerk. Any community that did/does not fit that description was/is like that because it made a choice to be deliberately so. As a pet project for a billionaire, Twitter makes sense. Reddit just does not.