5h ago  The Hub
Trillionaire Mod

@Kloi

Oh my god, this violates the dot REDs by laws and shit.

Why can't I use this site in peace without users not following the laws. This is why I'm quitting

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7h ago  The Hub

My girl just told me she’s been putting premium gas in a 2008 civic for 5 years to “make it last longer”.

How do women function? I really hate the red pill motto “treat women like kids” but I’m starting to realize it’s true. This was the most insane thing I’ve ever heard come out of someone and they truly believed it. And then almost started a fight because they couldn’t accept they were paying $40 to $60 for gas for the last 5 years for no reason.

Insanity

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7h ago  The Hub
The-One

@Typo-MAGAshiv how rich are you now?

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7h ago  The Hub
The-One

@JamesSkepp The PNP aka Push-N-Pull mechanism is a deeply ingrained behavioral, psychological, and biological strategy that creates addiction in men. Women, often subconsciously, employ this mechanism to keep a man connected to her for a time sufficient for procreation and for their children to reach independence.

By using the PNP mechanism, a woman subtly manipulates the man into a mental state known as the subservient mental state. This happens without the man even noticing it. Nature has wired men to fall prey to this mechanism by instilling in them a strong protective instinct towards women, coupled with a powerful sexual drive.

While this protective instinct is crucial for the preservation of life, in many men—let’s be honest, the majority—it reaches such extremes that it results in a psychological dependence on and enslavement by the woman. This is the essence of the subservient mental state.

The PNP is used by women to maintain a man's loyalty involves alternating between giving him sex (Push), withholding it slightly (Pull), and then giving it again (Push). This cyclical pattern keeps the man addicted and emotionally bound to her.

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12h ago  The Hub
Scarf-wearing fruitbat

@Typo-MAGAshiv

Hey,

I noticed you forgot to like your own post here. Probably just an oversight on your end but let's try and do a little better.

Thanks, HR

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15h ago  The Hub

@Typo-MAGAshiv some science for ya, smth

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15h ago  The Hub
Trillionaire Mod

@Typo-MAGAshiv

Shake it once, that's fine
Shake it twice, that's okay
Shake it three times, you're playing with yourself

-Good Charlotte

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16h ago  The Hub
@Butthead
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16h ago  The Hub
@Butthead

@prapra-horse

if you're trying to post pic without text, you'll get a reminder to write something

OK, that's pretty funny.

Additional response in different reply.

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16h ago  The Hub
@Butthead

@Durek_The_Bald if you shake it more than three times, you're playing with it

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