Captain No-Marriage Blog

Marriage is a kick in the nuts.

How True

Posted by Capt. No-Marriage on November 9, 2012


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4 Responses to “How True”

  1. I remember seeing this cartoon for the first time YEARS ago when I was in the Navy, possibly in a copy of HUSTLER magazine that was floating around in the berthing compartment. I thought then, “how true!”

    Now (unhappily) it’s become even more true-to-life, with the grossly fat, perma-scowl-wearing, man-hating uggos that modern society is infested with. (And naturally — when they hit thirty and they hear the biological clock winding down — they wonder why ‘good men’ avoid them like the plague!)

    Thank the Gods that girls/women rejected me when I was young, so I NEVER made the mistake of getting married!

    • It still amazes me that women just don’t get it. They honestly don’t understand why when they’re 25 and weigh over 200lbs why they can’t get a good man. They wonder why they can’t find any good men to help them take of their multiple kids from multiple losers. They just fucking don’t get it!!!!!!!

      • Captain — it’s not they DON’T ‘get it’! It’s that they simply REFUSE to ‘get it’!
        They are extremely closed-minded (like the socialist ‘true believers’): when the obvious, logical answer doesn’t fit their preconceived solutions (or agree with their political views and beliefs), they point-blank WILL NOT hear it, endlessly argue against it, and REFUSE to even consider it — even going to the extreme of letting their system come crashing down in ruins upon their heads, rather than even consider the fact that their idea(s) are unworkable and are doomed to failure!
        A set of fine examples of such are in Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged” (which every ‘red-pill’ man should read and be familiar with; I believe that the story is a reliable prediction of how this country’s future will be for the next four years).

        Remember the definition of insanity: ‘doing the same thing over and over again, yet always expecting a different outcome’.

      • I wish they would have made us read stuff like “Atlas Shrugged” back in school instead of the same two Shakespeare plays every damn year!! I haven’t read “The Fountainhead” yet, but I have it and it’s on my to do list.

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