I work in a female dominated workplace and from conversations with two coworkers of mine I learned about it and it pissed me off so much knowing these girls are getting rich by exploiting men like this while I work hard every week and my salary is nothing compared to what they're making
It sucks to know you work around women, but we've all got to start somewhere. Save your money and secure skills and certifications which enable you to migrate on to other less female dominated fields. While @MentORPHEUS makes a fair point here, the problem in my mind, especially in light of the massive multi-million dollar money laundering of Ukrainian financial assistance through FTX the western political uniparty establishment recently engaged in, reminds me that nothing is ever quite what it seems.
While I've no doubt that there are guys out there messed up enough to throw away large sums of money away like this, there are so many females online asking for less while offering more in exchange that I'm discinlined to see this as entirely organic. Additionally, if a woman was recieving the large sums of money you say they're getting from men, as demoralized and materialistic as modern females are, they'd take steps to secure that man for themselves for a few years so they could exercise the boomer gen marriage/divorce wealth building strategy. which has made marriage unappealing to successive generations of men. I'm concerned because this isn't generally affecting what those of us in red pilled circles are seeing happening.
The more I read into this, the more it strikes me as being a form of stealthy innocuous large sum money laundering. The men might not be the simps you believe them to be, but in reality operatives/members of an international organized crime or spy ring. The model, or whatever they call themselves, is another operative whose job is to communicate instructions and confirmations in code. Think of it as an upgrade of the numbers station espionage communications concept for the current internet age. They're all using pre-selected slang as their code language and she's reading from a script to communicate with them.Read More
A story from the 60s old boss told about a co-worker in a roughshod mechanic shop discovering his new GF had given him his first Crabs.
He went into the shop bathroom for a longish time, then came a shout and crashing commotion of falling with pants around ankles. When he emerged a few minutes later, he stopped to find the whole staff had quit working and were all staring at him. He blurted out a hasty explanation in his particularly hickish Southern accent, "The sumbitch MOVED!!!"
I feel bad because these guys blowing their money on these "findommes" get nothing and are being manipulated, is this an insecurity issue where as you put it, the only value they believe they offer is their money??
I fear it's actually more common than we think because of sites like OF and twitter. A coworker of mine told me how this guy she wasn't even dating sent her $100 with some simpy caption about how weak he was for her, legitimately for nothing in return but to feel like they are inferior to her.
From where did you learn about this "findommes" thing that has you so concerned?
Came across this forum from a Kate Upton comment that was made here years ago. Got fascinated by how sad and spiteful men are nowadays. But then again, it must suck to be an incel. And that’s coming from a 21 year old female, no kids, thin, blonde, and pretty. I’d love to laugh in your faces if I hear anything that’s posted on this forum in person. I guess the only way to justify not getting any pussy is deciding that every woman is not “good enough” for you, even though you’d never even have a chance with her. Keep being sad, broke, and insecure. xoxo
How many of you men grew up in dysfunctional families / households? Your parents could still love you, but it was truly dysfunctional. For example, someone had anger issues or alcoholism, name the problem.
How did you tell the difference between them loving you from simply being affectionate towards you?
@Typo-MAGAshiv My response would be a chill "Not like that I don't. "
Long answer, unless I managed a shop within walking distance of 2 very liberal colleges, I would not hire that guy as service writer. He would please vocal young hipsters, but the older conservative customer base that actually has and spends money at the shop would quietly leave and go elsewhere. Death for most locals and repair niches.
If the person is a highly competent tech with a good work ethic I wouldn't hesitate to hire them for the shop bays.