When women’s socially-engineered tyranny works against them

When women's socially-engineered tyranny works against them (courtesy of xkcd.com)

When women's socially-engineered tyranny works against them (courtesy of xkcd.com)

Compare the above, also, to the following internet popularized nonsense:

Princess worthless waits for her prince charming to 'have enough balls' (and low enough self-respect) for him to waste his time to try and fuck her.Princess worthless waits for her prince charming to 'have enough balls' (and little enough self-respect) to waste his time and try and earn her holes #obsolete

Princess worthless waits for her prince charming to 'have enough balls' (and low enough self-respect) for him to waste his time to try and fuck her.Princess worthless waits for her prince charming to 'have enough balls' (and little enough self-respect) to waste his time and try and earn her holes #obsolete

“Women are like apples on trees, the best ones are on the top of the tree. The men don’t want to reach for the good ones because they are afraid of falling and don’t want to get hurt. Instead, they just get the rotten apples from the ground that aren’t so good but easy. So, the apples at the top think something is wrong with them, when in reality they are amazing. They just have to wait for the right man to come along, the one who’s brave enough to climb all the way to the top becuase they value quality.”

Note to tedious bitches: you’re not an “amazing apple;” you are a rotten apple–a tedious bitch; and men with self-respect will avoid you, no matter when you are on the proverbial tree-of-worth. And you cannot think of a single reason why they should not (a reason that benefits THEM, not you!…idiot).  So if you like, take solace in some idiot’s internet sensation of woman-worshiping–that you are “amazing,” and should not “think there is something wrong” with you.  And get the feedback from your flattering friends that “men are just afraid of you” or “intimidated by you” or whatever nonsense.  However, a woman in your position who has humility will accept that she teaches people how to treat her, and she will examine what she can do differently, to get different results.  Meanwhile, your self-righteously friends will live with their bitchiness–which is just a more manageable mask for their disappointment and loneliness.

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4 Responses to When women’s socially-engineered tyranny works against them

  1. Jenna says:

    xkcd ftw

    Have you heard the related quote about how ‘truly good’ men take the fallen/broken/rotten apples and lift them up?

    • Russ says:

      I am getting more used to “ftw” meaning “for the win,” still, when I was your age, “ftw” meant “fuck the world.”

      As to the quote: I haven’t heard it, but I agree that good people have the potential to lift, at times, the fallen; however, I would consider it an overstatement that those who lift the fallen are always good–for example, when it amounts to saving the fallen from their own insistence, from themselves; forestalling their introspection; impeding their personal development. Conversely, I would say that people can be can be “truly good” yet inept at lifting up the fallen: lifting people up can be amazingly hard, ESPECIALLY when the savior has a sex-drive 😀

      “I try to be like Christ”

      • Jenna says:

        Stupid comment – “It may be hard to lift others up when the savior has a sex drive, but it’s not hard to lift HIM up. hurr hurr derp.”

        Slightly less stupid comment (reverse engineered into slightly more intelligent comment) – so, when you were saying kids ftw did you mean for the win or fuck the world?

        Legit comment – I agree that not all good people have the ability to lift others, and that people can do harm by lifting instead of allowing for personal development.
        This goes back to balance and developing the ability to discern where and when your abilities are needed (and having the abilities in the first place).

        How would you relate this to your own experiences, Mr. Always Teaching People?

        ^that might as well be your last name.

        • Russ says:

          “…discern where and when your abilities are needed (and having the abilities in the first place)”

          When reading this, all I can think of, in regards to my ‘own experiences’, is how a certain bullshitting liar–who shall remain nameless (Marty Morgan)…starting now–lied to you that I had previously not accepted help from whomever for my situation of homeless, etc; moreover, how that idiot told you to seek out “someone with [a cock]” so that lil dickless, incompetent you could be guided as to how to best help ole heathen me. #typicalDishonestBullshittingMormonLeader