10 Quotes Regarding Women By Oscar Wilde That Are Still Relevant Today

Oscar Wilde, the original Dangerous Faggot. I know, I know, what could a gay overweight dandy from the late 1800’s who was imprisoned for sodomy have to do with the ROK philosophy? Well hold on young grasshopper. You will see that his aphorisms are just as relevant today as during the Fin de Siècle.

1. “Half the women in London smoke cigarettes. Personally I prefer the other half”

I’m sure nowadays, one could substitute bad tattoos, multiple piercings, half shaved head, odd colored hair as well. Don’t choose a woman who is going to abuse her body. The neurotic woman with the flame at her fingertips symbolically keeping people at arms length with her flare. Even if 50% are tainted by the feminist scourge, that means there are still many traditional women to choose from.

2. “Women…inspire us to do masterpieces, but always prevent us from carrying them out”

Don’t get hung up on a woman so much that you let your dreams and yourself go. You stop creating music, art, writing, learning a new language, taking care of your body, and even stop seeing your best friends. Always take a step back and put it in perspective.

3. “There is always something ridiculous about the emotions of people whom one has ceased to love”

Did you get dumped and she won’t return your calls? And you think “But if I show her how I really feel or cry or get angry that things will change”. It’s cliché, but there are so many people out there. Move on. Life is never kind.

4. “There is only one thing in the world worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about”

Be the Alpha, strut your stuff, and let the chips fall where they may. One thing about The Donald, even if people hate him, they talk about him everyday (see CNN).

5. “Women spoil every romance by trying to make it last forever”

This one needs no explanation. Pure genius. Still the same 130 years later.

6. “No woman is a genius. Women are a decorative sex. They have nothing to say, but they say it charmingly”

Savage! Sure every now and again humanity will stumble across a Madame Curie. But some of these soft guys are hanging on every word of the resident indie rock slut like she’s the next Krishnamurti.

7. “The people who love only once in their lives are really the shallow people. What they call their loyalty, and their fidelity, I call either the lethargy of custom or their lack of imagination. There are many things that we would throw away if we were not afraid that others might pick them up”

There will be a time to settle down, be respectable, and raise a family (with the right woman, of course). But for now, don’t get Oneitis!. People that mean so much to you now, will probably mean nothing later in life.

8. “The one charm of the past is that it is the past. But women never know when the curtain has fallen. They always want a sixth act.”

Stop obsessing on things that are done and you can’t control. That’s for dramatic women, not a strong man. Maybe you were beta and incel for years. It’s done. “The past was yours, but the future’s mine.”

9. “I’m afraid that women appreciate cruelty, downright cruelty more than anything else…We have emancipated them, but they remain slaves looking for their masters, all the same. They love being dominated.”

My whole life I never wanted to believe this. But then I took the red pill. It’s not in my nature to be cruel, but for God’s sake, at least man up and call the shots. Make decisions and don’t be wishy-washy. Be confident and decisive. Grow a pair.

10. “It is only the sacred things that are worth touching”

Are you going to put women on a pedestal, thinking how she’s pure and angelic? In reality, she’s seen more cocks than a chicken in a hen house.

In Conclusion

Always keep learning. One can find inspiration at all points in life from various sources. Better your mind, better your body, and continue to be the best man you can be.

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157 thoughts on “10 Quotes Regarding Women By Oscar Wilde That Are Still Relevant Today”

  1. Number 9 is KEY.
    When you realise it, when you internalise it, and you act accordingly, and your world turns upside down, it is such a fucking blast and a great high… All your life you were waiting for this revelation, and finally it has arrived. Priceless.
    It is as if you were a pirate, and you received a letter of marque from the queen to go out and conquer and plunder…

  2. Quite interesting that it has to be women as Karen Straughan or gay men as Oscar Wilde the ones that point out the ugly truths.
    Men are to busy fighting among themselves to be one to save the damsel in distress. Indeed, feminism is nothing but guys wanting to save damsels in distress and women taking advantage of it.

    1. TRUE. You need a gay man (who is not blinded by heterosexuality) to clearly see the Ugly Truths about women.

      1. I don’t agree with this as often gay men are the stalwart hang, but, never bang males that coalesce around the swarms of bitching and shallow people you typically see in night-clubs. Birds of a father and all the rest…

      2. Does this mean that Schopenhauer and Nietzsche were also gay? And that Roosh and company are gay too? Because most of the manosphere is about guys complaining about women and supposedly revealing their true nature…

        1. Getting women to lick your arse. Getting women to walk home with your cum on their face so their bf can have a taste.
          (All boasts you have previously posted)
          We all know you aren’t really talking about women!
          Now go back to your nigger fags in the beach bar.

        2. QED
          i haven’t laughed this hard in three days. ive had a few drinks this evening, and now my head and eyes hurt.

        3. Read Plato… end of story.
          From what I know only 3 were homosexual: Epicurus, Zenon and Parmnides, the last two were lovers and democrats also. Even in Greece, the homosexualists might say that ancient Greeks were homosexuals but they never ever dare to say that about their philosophers. In fact Plato condemned both male and female homosexuality in his logoi as a personal and a societal ill.
          As for homosexuality in Greece, I take the idea from Plato and some plays that it was done mostly by the plebs and the novo-richeu it was allowed in two forms: from 18 to 30 a man could become an Erastis (active lover) to an Eromenos (passive lover) who was from 12 to 18 years old. The idea was to teach him things but from what I understood the upper class refrained from the practice, Plato also speak of it with disqust in a work of his that I forgot it’s name. The second way was to bang one’s slave… It was found icky because one banged a slave: a speaking tool.

      3. And don’t get me wrong, there’s ugly truths about men too, but some reason they’re far more visible and widely accepted.

        1. That “reason” that you mention is socially-accepted “no-questions-asked” feminism and misandry.

      4. Oscar Wilde satirized anybody with his epigrams; he was an Equal-Opportunity Satirist:
        “Women are meant to be loved, not to be understood.
        I like men who have a future and women who have a past.
        All women become like their mothers. That is their tragedy. No man does. That’s his.
        A man’s face is his autobiography. A woman’s face is her work of fiction.
        I think that God, in creating man, somewhat overestimated his ability.
        Every woman is a rebel.
        Men marry because they are tired, women, because they are curious: both are disappointed.”
        -Oscar Wilde

    2. Homosexuals and women, who can’t stand other women, have a better chance of noticing the problems concerning women. In Greece we have a vulgar saying: that the vagina can pull a ship. Men are easily manipulated by women, even when women do not want to manipulate them! In truth we see them in only a few variations of two pshychological archetypes: the madona (virgin Mary the mother of Christ) and the whore. All ways we may experience are stemming from these two.
      A woman who is pedestalized is being seen in reality as a variation of a virgin who gave birth nonetheless: a mother or potential mother that will not suffer the consequences of losing her innocence. This is also the reason why it is so dangerous modern pedestalization is that pedestalizers fail to notice the shortcomings of the pedestalized because they believe them to be immune by their actions! In the end in the todays word one thought that the whore can be virgin mother too while never ever having the need to repent as she is immune to her habits! Even worse in todays world the good woman, the mother, the chaste, the fiddelous and the housewife are seen as whores due to them being too weak to be emancipated! This is the inversion concerning values.
      Back though to the important stuff: Women and homosexuals do not really take much of an interest to other women! Women see other women also as projections of themselves, something that men do not! Homosexuals on the other hand by taking no interest to women they can see them clearer, the only reason they might socialise with them might be for reasons of status. Still they see women only through the archetypes of the mother and the whore, but not the holy mother, which is required for finding a spouse by setting very high standards to it, which from the victorian era was changed to accommodate every woman started in the anglo world and then spread with it’s culture. In this context women and homosexuals can bypass the only archetype their minds lack and judge women as they see them.

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        2. Probably it was derived from that!
          A small note here: for anyone who may ask why did the Greek kings went to war with Troy chasing after Paris following Helen I got the answer! Long before everything that transpired, before even Menelaos was even married to Helen, He and friends, different Greek kings that wanted to marry Helen vowed to hunt and kill the man who would take Helen from the winner and also to destroy that man’s kingdom… Needless to say everybody kept his word!

        3. “…Needless to say everybody kept his word!”
          Keeping your word is one of the requirements of an honorable man.
          I seldom see that among women nowadays (especially concerning marriage vows).

        4. The comment was not against what they did, keeping their word, but a comment on how good traits might backfire if used for bad reasons. In the end Hellen was a bad wife, woman and human in general and for that person’s culpability they went to war and a great number of honorable and good men did die fighting to bring back a bad woman…
          But when one speaks against honor he must know also how honorless people act. Most modern day women, or at least more than 50%, are honorless and that is why they are good only for brief contact and then abandonment.

        5. “You must have a cigarette. A cigarette is the perfect type of a perfect pleasure. It is exquisite, and it leaves one unsatisfied. What more can one want?”
          ― Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian

        6. I understand and agree with you; personally, I always thought that it would have been better that Menelaus had left her with Paris (“You took her, now YOU have to keep her!”), and it would have been interesting how things would have turned out.

        7. He couldn’t let it be done either way, it was a thing of pride in the end and honor concerning anybody else. If he allowed Hellen to live happily ever after with Paris he would probably be assassinated by a pretender and no one would ever take Sparta seriously. The only thing that proved him of weak character was the fact that he did not kill her after the war so that she would pay for her wrongdoings.

      1. “Those who find ugly meanings in beautiful things are corrupt without being charming. This is a fault. Those who find beautiful meanings in beautiful things are the cultivated. For these there is hope. They are the elect to whom beautiful things mean only Beauty. There is no such thing as a moral or an immoral book. Books are well written, or badly written. That is all.”
        ― Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray

    1. Wait, you say you only ever loved that one, special girl, and no one else, ever? Not before her, not after her? You just met that one girl, fallen in love with her, lost your virginity with her, married her, and were faitful to her ever since?
      Well, I am not saying it is not great if it is so, and good lack to you, beautiful pair. But somehow I doubt it.

        1. Well, the picture in #6. Though I wouldn’t have grounds to disagree that she fits said description.
          But I think they were really discussing the point in #7. As for #6 (or, more accurately, the picture used to illustrate) I didn’t recognize her and was curious to find out who it was. It wasn’t a straightforward search, and figured someone else that might be equally curious could be spared the effort. There weren’t many comments, so I picked one that would be easy to hijack as a lead-in.

        2. Fair enough, mate. I’ve been hijacking as well to work around the adblock issue.
          Basically I pull up the articles on an unpreferred browser, read through, then drop a comment so I can reenter through Disqus on my favorite browser.
          Hopefully the issue works itself out (I whitelisted RoK a while back, but still get the issue), but until then this will work. I just hope it doesn’t make it hard to fight for first on Sponsored Posts…

        3. Pretty much. It’s easy enough to log into the disqus site from my computer, and from there I can use “view in discussion” to keep up with the comments.
          Not super clean, but it gets the job done.

        4. Right click on photo, select google search for image …
          Result “Demi Lovato 2009 selfie”
          Which is correct?

        5. It might be more sensible to respond to my final version.
          Post/edit/correct/spell check/grammar check …… final version.
          It’s a process most of us do……. usually over a 60 second window.
          Anyway, I’ve just blocked you, no need to post to me, I can’t read it.

        6. I’m not sure where you found and quoted a post I made for about 20 seconds before changing it to reflect the ambiguity of search results.
          I happened to be sitting here and read your post just as soon as you sent it. You know, once you decide on a course of action, others might happen to notice and be well within their right to react accordingly.
          I noticed the ambiguity of the search results about nine hours ago (not twenty seconds ago). But I dug deeper. And I offered up what I found. What I found was Shelby Chesnes. But you thought different. You did the first-order moronic google search and came up with an obviously bogus result.
          It might be more sensible to respond to the current state of knowledge in the first instance. But maybe that’s not for everyone. Continue doing what you do. It makes for great conversation.

      1. I think every guy feels that way about one girl.
        But then she take’s a massive dump on you, and you learn from that experience. OK, so there are a few guys that never learn.

        1. I have a big heart. All the love I feel about females, I feel about a certain type of women, not just one person.

    2. I cannot say one way or another on the first half, but the second rings true.
      We fear to let go of things that give limited value. Most will cling to negative relatonships or possessions from this fear.
      To be able to let go is to face that fear.

  3. He was gay, and that is a relevant fact when seeing his view about women, relationships, and monogamy. We’re an R based race, and we try to mate for life, except of course for the gays.

    1. I’ve pondered this as well (in a healthy, heterosexual way, of course 🙂 that it’s interesting that gays’ biggest victory in modern times is the right to marry when their lifestyle (both lesbians and gays) is so incompatible with the institution.
      For men and women, marriage is a natural partnership that can have benefits. As women age, their value on the dating scene wanes so it makes sense for them to negotiate a lifetime contract in their youth. For men who are horny, marriage (before it got messed up today) was traditionally a way to get sex, raise children in a healthy manner, and have a person who would help him in his old age and vice versa. Men don’t age as drastically as women do, but around the age of 50 or so even we can see the value of a long term partnership built on shared trust, memories, and blood connections (via children.)
      Although feminism sought to deny it and even promise men freedom for the man’s burden as breadwinner and protector, the heterosexual relationship roles strengthen individual marriages. Gays and lesbians often seek to imitate those connections via “butch and femme” roles.
      The most popular argument against gay marriage is that it’s not bound by natural blood connections via children but this is insulting to those married heterosexual couples who connect even without children or via adoption. What is relevant, however, is that many gays have traditionally enjoyed a hedonistic swinger lifestyle that most heterosexual men cannot. Hugh Hefner or Roosh dedicate their lives to “game” and found a way to eke a living but most heterosexual men cannot live that way outside of a dysfunctional culture. Even they burn out from time to time. It’s interesting to see gay men adopt a lifestyle that they regarded as a prison for heterosexual men.
      For lesbians, it’s like two romance novel fans finding each other but… just as we gripe about women “flaking” and using “shit tests”, imagine two of them dating each other. Benjamin Franklin remarked that marriage was like the left and right ends of scissors being joined together. Imagine putting on two left shoes or two right shoes and that’s what gay marriage often winds up. With gay marriage comes gay divorce but…
      they at least enjoy the advantage that a court system which is designed to eff over men and hand over assets to women probably will go easier on them. Gay men usually won’t demand alimony or child-support from the other but I wonder how it’s working out for lesbians. Gay marriage has been the law of the land for only a few years and they’re more optimistic and romantic about it than we are but imagine in a decade when the allure fades and they start getting into some nasty court battles especially with adopted children to consider.

      1. Until there instigate gay divorce rape, it isn’t real.
        No free house, no alimony, no child maintenance …… how can that be called a marriage.

    2. We men try, but the women aren’t really interested.
      They would rather have a house full of cats.

  4. Anyone else think that SJWs are just Borderline Personalities who use social justice and its supposed lack as an excuse to act out their disorder?
    I was married to a BPD and I see SO much parallel between a SJW and a BPD. Its scary

      1. Dunno.
        Is there a statistical correlation between being Jewish and having BPD?
        If yes, then your theory is solid.

    1. I think BPD may be ill categorized, as are so many things. The symptoms of BPD and the symptoms of being an unruly child without strict boundaries are identical.

    2. Agree 100%. This becomes self-evident when you have direct familial or relationship experience with them. They have a furious urge to rush around “labeling and diagnosing” others (esp. males) as a deflection, as a distancing technique. These women are failures. I’m sure you meant “scary” in jest? Because these ladies are also the #1 candidates to receive a barrage of pointed shitlording on a daily basis; no need to fear…

    1. For any man who was raised primarily by women or in a feminine-dominated environment, it seems that’s one of the harder redpills to accept, especially initially. You simply don’t want to believe it.
      Men who’re psychopathic or sociopathic have an advantage in this regard (in the modern dating market at least) because emotional constructions and illusions never cloud their judgement. It’s far easier for them to pick up on that pattern.

  5. He end in jail because of his narcissism, He was called a sodomite by the man who made the modern rules of boxing The Marquess of Queensberry. Wilde then accuse him of defamation, Queensberry then needed to prove that he was indeed a sodomite. which was easy to do. He was fucking all the male prostitutes in the city. If the faggot wilde would not say anything he would not end in jail, but the narcissist fagot did it anyway.

  6. Both Milo and Wilde condone sex with young males, code for sex with boys also code for sex with kids. Both Degenerate Sodomites.

    1. “Yet each man kills the thing he loves,
      By each let this be heard,
      Some do it with a bitter look,
      Some with a flattering word,
      The coward does it with a kiss,
      The brave man with a sword!
      Some kill their love when they are young,
      And some when they are old;
      Some strangle with the hands of Lust,
      Some with the hands of Gold:
      The kindest use a knife, because
      The dead so soon grow cold.
      Some love too little, some too long,
      Some sell, and others buy;
      Some do the deed with many tears,
      And some without a sigh:
      For each man kills the thing he loves,
      Yet each man does not die.”
      ― Oscar Wilde

  7. “decorative sex”… ha ha.. typically oscarwildish. Nothing else to expect from a notorious provocateur, “deranged” aesthete but… a damn great artist. His views on art, beauty and women are priceless.

    1. “What of Art?
      -It is a malady.
      -An Illusion.
      -The fashionable substitute for Belief.
      –You are a sceptic.
      -Never! Scepticism is the beginning of Faith.
      –What are you?
      -To define is to limit.”
      ― Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray

    1. (((they))) may have got hold of ol’ Bob, he keeps telling red pill truths to young and not so young men, and (((they))) cant have that now.

      1. He does seem to have a bit of a habit going there (and a penchant for braggadocio along the same lines).

  8. It’s all ever so “darling” with Wilde. It’s catchy “wisdom” that he rarely practiced himself. Yes, he despised women for their shallowness, but, he was hardly a paragon of male virtue himself. Besides his despise was based on typically shallow gay precepts- women get in my way of humping other dudes- well, with 90% of the male population straight his remarks should be seen within the context of his own prism.

  9. #8 I think refers to post wall women who still think they should be treated like they are young and hot

    1. “Life is never fair, and perhaps it is a good thing for most of us that it is not.”
      ― Oscar Wilde

    1. “Men always want to be a woman’s first love. That is their clumsy vanity. We women have a more subtle instinct about these things. What (women) like is to be a man’s last romance.”
      ― Oscar Wilde

  10. Oscar Wilde???
    The fruit???
    Yes, the above seems like good advice.
    But, wasn’t this guy a flaming fruit???

    1. My exact thought.
      However, as a male, he was capable of observing reality and give a correct description of how it works, without putting his dick into it, so to speak.

      1. Essentially, I just see the words for what they mean, not where they came from, and roll respect (for genius, universal wisdom, red-pill truth, etc.) along those lines.

        1. Very true. And anyway, Oscar was married and had two children. In his world, a man’s status as a father and husband was not affected by other aspects of his life. And by having a family, he got through one initiation in life which some of his critics have not managed.

    2. “I don’t say we all ought to misbehave. But we ought to look as if we could”
      ― Oscar Wilde

  11. My all-time favorite, from The Importance of Being Earnest.
    “I’ll bet you anything you like that half an hour after they have met, they will be calling each other sister.”
    “Women only do that when they have called each other a lot of other things first.”

  12. As I hit my 40s and had kids and my testosterone levels dropped enough for me to think straight so many of the affectations smoke and mirrors that used to fascinate me about women – the heels paint perfume and push up bras – became ineffective and I saw them as they are.
    I guess gays are a step ahead in that department, except they envy women this.
    If you want a 19th century gay guy who saw women with laser-accuracy check out Somerset Maugham. He wrote volumes of short stories that are genius.

    1. I remember a quote about some of the great authors of that time, “Lewis and Fitzgerald are drunks, Maugham’s a queer and Mencken’s a pompous ass”. Fitzgerald’s Great Gatsby is essentially the story of the great beta male.

        1. “For men and women are not only themselves; they are also the region in which they are born, the city apartment or farm in which they learnt to walk, the games they played as children, the old wives tales they overheard, the food they ate, the schools they attended, the sports they followed, the poets they read, and the God they believed in. It is all these things that have made them what they are, and these are the things that you can’t come to know by hearsay…”
          ― W. Somerset Maugham, The Razor’s Edge

      1. “The path to Salvation is as narrow and as difficult to walk as a razor’s edge.”
        ― W. Somerset Maugham

    2. “They’re like little boys, men. Sometimes of course they’re rather naughty and you have to pretend to be angry with them. They attach so much importance to such entirely unimportant things that it’s really touching. And they’re so helpless. Have you never nursed a man when he’s ill? It wrings your heart. It’s just like a dog or a horse. They haven’t got the sense to come in out of the rain, poor darlings. They have all the charming qualities that accompany general incompetence. They’re sweet and good and silly, and tiresome and selfish. You can’t help liking them, they’re so ingenuous, and so simple. They have no complexity or finesse. I think they’re sweet, but it’s absurd to take them seriously.”
      ― W. Somerset Maugham, The Constant Wife

    1. Years ago when I first read Oscar Wilde I found him profound, sincere, and deeply spiritual. I never met a practicing homosexual remotely like that. So I read what I could about the proof he was gay in our currrent understanding and found out that during all those famous trials, whenever asked the ultimate question of whether he committed sex/sodomy acts with another man, he always denied it. Of course today’s historians dismiss this as Wilde simply saving his own skin. Further, he had this to say:
      —“The Love that dare not speak its name” in this century is such a great affection of an elder for a younger man as there was between David and Jonathan. […] It is that deep, spiritual affection that is as pure as it is perfect. […] It is in this century misunderstood, so much misunderstood that it may be described as the “Love that dare not speak its name,” and on account of it I am placed where I am now. It is beautiful, it is fine, it is the noblest form of affection. There is nothing unnatural about it. It is intellectual, and it repeatedly exists between an elder and a younger man, when the elder man has intellect, and the young man has all the joy, hope and glamour of life before him. That it should be so the world does not understand. The world mocks it and sometimes puts one in the pillory for it.—

      1. “I have grown to love secrecy. It seems to be the one thing that can make modern life mysterious or marvelous to us. The commonest thing is delightful if only one hides it.”
        ― Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray

  13. Driving supercars at high rates of speed on winding mountain roads while risking death and the law is more fulfilling than any woman I have ever met.

    1. “An idea that is not dangerous is unworthy of being called an idea at all.”
      ― Oscar Wilde

  14. Curie? Her husband was the genius; she was the sidekick, who has fame because of her gender.

  15. “Always keep learning. One can find inspiration at all points in life from various sources. Better your mind, better your body, and continue to be the best man you can be”
    Indeed. Any young boy growing up in the feminist narrative will be told the opposite – he’ll be told indirectly but powerfully that his reason for being is to be a slave to a female.
    Thanks for posting. The more one looks back to the past the more realizes the true nature of women is not a result of the high tech dystopia shit hole which we have dug for ourselves, but rather women have always been who they are.

    1. “The more one looks back to the past the more realizes the true nature of
      women is not a result of the high tech dystopia shit hole which we have
      dug for ourselves, but rather women have always been who they are.”
      Damn, that’s deep. And depressing.

      1. The truth will set you free. You won’t like the truth, and it will be depressing, but you will be free. The truth itself is not free; usually coming at a steep price, not necessarily in cash. However, the price of continuing ignorance is also quite high.

    2. “Expose yourself to your deepest fear; after that, fear has no power, and the fear of freedom shrinks and vanishes. You are free.”
      ― Jim Morrison

        1. “Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth.”
          ― Oscar Wilde

  16. I think all men have a gay side. I had my first experience last night, wasnt too bad

  17. “Women spoil every romance by trying to make it last forever”
    So is he saying that women shouldn’t want a relationship to last forever, and should instead jump from cock to cock their whole lives?

      1. Well after the romance is over you can,
        1 Keep them on as babysitters, while you go out and fuck whores or
        2 Move on, rinse and repeat.

        1. Yes, these children, need dysfunctional parents so they can be future inmates. Sounds like job security to me. Carry on!

        2. Well, your view won the day with me and my 4 English kids, they ended up having a single mom and living on welfare. After the divorce I didn’t ever bother to see or contact them again (nearly 10 years now). 2 of them tried to contact me last year, I didn’t bother, no need for me to waste any time with people who have lived with and supported the enemy. Fuck ’em, they (wife and children) were easily replaced.

    1. “One should always be in love. That’s the reason one should never marry.”
      ― Oscar Wilde

    2. Women generally aren’t interested in men after fertility ends.
      So their whole lives in your context would be after 40.
      Three romantic relationships (7-8 years each) between 15 and 40 would seem to be about right to me.
      Then they can buy some cats.

      1. So if you had a daughter, you’d prefer she had several 7-8 year relationships instead of getting married (and staying married) to one man?

        1. My 32 year old daughter has had zero relationships as far as i can tell. What i prefer has never been asked, not that I’m all that bothered. Shes a total cunt, like most white women. I’m happy for the men that่ haven’t had to endure her company.

        2. You’re calling your own daughter a cunt?
          If she really is a “total cunt,” that’s a reflection on you, man.
          I call troll.
          Also, you claim you have a 32-year-old daughter (which would put you in your 50s or 60s) and you have an anime avatar?
          I sure hope you’re a troll.

        3. When you get to my age, you realize how badly daughters behave.
          My niece is even worse, 27, finished the backpacker cock carousel last year, rabid feminist, never held a job down, talks non-stop about rape culture …… my brother doesn’t ever dare to be alone in a room with her as she could decide to accuse him of rape. How about my mates daughter, late 20s, just married a Muslim Paki in the UK.
          English women are total nutjobs!
          You think I should lie about what I think of relatives?
          Why? AWALT.

        4. Your brother won’t be in a room with his own daughter because he’s afraid she’ll accuse him of rape? Suuure.

  18. Anywhere where there’s a gathering of men having a good time,
    there will always be a woman lurking and trying to influence the group.
    Cunning creatures. I bet there’s a few lurking in here. Show yourselves.

    1. “Women have a much better time than men in this world; there are far more things forbidden to them.”
      ― Oscar Wilde

  19. Wilde and Voltaire keep delivering timeless and “uncomfortable” truth about the human (and in this article’s case, female) condition long after their deaths, and as a result they never die. It’s like Mozart or Bach…they never quite left us, because they live on as “music.” Great ideas and thinkers immortal.

    1. “Now, now my good man, this is no time to be making enemies.”
      (Voltaire on his deathbed in response to a priest asking him that he renounce Satan.)
      ― Voltaire

  20. #8 reminds me of my “Six Month Rule.”
    Anything that occurred more than six months ago is done and no longer open for discussion or argument. If there’s still a problem with it either propose a solution or learn to deal. If the other person insists on arguing about it, leave.

  21. Sorry but I simply cant grant credibility on matters of women to a dude that finds solace gazing into another man’s fart-box…

  22. Even if 50% are tainted by the feminist scourge, that means there are still many traditional women to choose from.

    Ha! 50%? Try 95%…

    1. And those that don’t appear tainted join the cause after you married them,
      Get ready for the divorce rape. The only way to win this game is to not participate.

  23. 11. “The history of women is the history of the worst form of tyranny the world has ever known – the tyranny of the weak over the strong. It is the only tyranny that lasts.”

  24. “Sure every now and again humanity will stumble across a Madame Curie. But some of these soft guys are hanging on every word of the resident indie rock slut like she’s the next Krishnamurti.”
    OUCH, this hits so close to home. As a musician in the local rock scene I used to do this all the time, and it’s funny seeing dudes do it now – You freak out because a girl is wearing a Slayer shirt but she can’t even name one of their songs, or she listens to Top 40 when she’s alone.
    Side note: Local music scenes are where the attention whores and sluts go. These are usually girls who can’t hold up against hot girls in a typical club, but they look like 10s compared to the trolls in the music scene. And since the gender ratio is usually like 9 guys for every 1 girl they get extra attention. I’ve also found in my local scene that if you see a girl and ask a friend who she is then you’ll usually find out she fucked at least one guy you know. They’re good for pump and dumps and that’s about it – Nothing like taking one on a date to a show or bar you both frequent and she seems to know every guy there and you get the hint she’s fucked at least one.

  25. Oscar Wilde said, satire is a mirror, in which the subject rarely recognize themselves. Which is very presumptuous. And which is why I am convinced, Oscar Wilde was not locked up so much for being gay, as for being a jerk. Kind of like OJ being locked up for life, for lesser offensives.

  26. Words of wisdom…..
    ….words which would have been even wiser, if not from a pedophile and homosexual icon. Oh well.

  27. #6 is probably the most powerful. The bedrock of Feminism (and by extension Cultural Marxism) is that women are just as genius as men. Whether or not that’s true, the reality is, a woman will rely on her “decoration” rather than her smarts every time.. even if she doesn’t have much decoration to begin with. This is especially true of 3rd wave feminism, which is white knighting and damsel-in-distress in all but name, and one of the major reasons I turned from Blue to Red.

    1. I totally agree but I have my own theory about gender intelligence. Male intelligence is geared to create, innovate, and compete. Female intelligence is geared to exploit the hard work and innovation of men. Females do better in reward based constructs (school) where it’s all about grades and girl power because they need constant affirmations and assurances while men thrive in competitive (business) constructs where its all about dedication and competition. Think of it in a bell curve sense, though. So it’s not really about how intelligent each sex is but how that intelligence is naturally directed.

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