I realize the irony of what I’m about to say, given I wrote this article for a website, but it’s no secret that men spend far too much time online these days. Sadly, the average man seems blissfully unaware of the negative impacts this has on his motivation, testosterone, and social skills.
How many of the hours spent gazing at a screen is simply wasted time a man could dedicate to improving himself and enjoying life? Sadly, more often than not, many of us take the easy option – the online option – rather than taking the more challenging, meaningful and fulfilling path.
Along with social media, internet dating is one of the prime time wasters in the world today. Both are downright unmasculine things that quite frankly you can do without. Who wants to meet somebody by checking off a shopping list of requirements, all in the safety of your own home? A man should be out in the big bad world pushing his limits and living life, not trawling through profiles of fat, washed up carousel riders who already have a smorgasbord of cock to choose from.
We men are by nature visual creatures, and so to really drive home this point, you are about to get photographic evidence to convey this message more powerfully than words alone ever could.
Recently, there was an article in an Australian newspaper that highlighted the absolute folly of men wasting their time on internet dating. Titled “Meet South Australia’s most wanted online singles,” it featured the most “hit on” women from a number of different websites. As you will see, not one of them was even moderately attractive.
And remember, these women are supposedly the cream of the crop. Consider also that South Australia not only has the most attractive women in the nation, but is an exception to the sausage fest which is the norm Down Under.
This was the most “hit on” woman on dating site RSVP. Nicole is a “37-year-old mother of one” who gets “hundreds of profile views and dozens of messages every week”…. and she is completely unattractive. With her tuckshop lady arms, tired face, and mediocre features, I would give her a 5 out of 10 on the Roosh scale.
An unattractive, over the hill single mother being the recipient of this award should dispel the manosphere myth that once women hit the wall in their 30s, they are starved of male attention. Sure, they might not be able to secure the alpha commitment they believe they are entitled to, but there will be no shortage of thirsty betas with no pride willing to mop up the mess, and even still the odd alpha pump-and-dump.
Even a website that is meant to be the sole domain of “beautiful people” spectacularly fails to deliver anything likely to give you a boner. The most popular South Australian woman on Beautiful People? Yvette, a 45 year old single mother and political scientist:
Ok, she might have been a teen model, but that would have been 30 years ago, and as you can see, she is way past her prime – yet she still has an ego the size of Ayers Rock. Just read some of her comments and see if you’d be able to spend longer than five minutes with her without wanting to stick your dick in a blender:
“A lot of men are threatened by women of my calibre, to be honest.”
“When I walk, I walk. I have presence. I have an excellent figure for my age. I’m a good catch, eh?”
“So often men that I date say ‘I’m so proud to walk next to you because everybody looks, you’ve got that presence’. Well, I want the same thing. Hello! I don’t want some ugly bastard, sorry!”
If I could buy this woman for what she is worth and sell her for what she thinks she is worth, I’d be a billionaire. To be honest though, I can’t blame her for her rampant narcissism. Wouldn’t you think your shit didn’t stink too if you got dozens of messages and virtual smiles every day, and all of your photos were “rated the full five out of five for attractiveness?”
Nevertheless, this is typical of the arrogance and sense of entitlement you see from women in online dating, who, despite not bringing much to the table, feel entitled to nothing less than a handsome CEO with a six pack.
But if I still haven’t convinced you online dating is a waste of time, check this out. Yvette admits that she has yet to go on a single date with anyone she’s met online. In other words, she thinks her suitors are pathetic, and regularly looks at her online dating page for no other reason than to feed her rampant narcissism.
Any remotely attractive woman can get laid with little or no effort. In a world of absolutely rampant female narcissism, where female arrogance and entitlement go hand-in-hand with the skyrocketing obesity rate, we need to raise our standards and stop feeding the beast. All internet dating does is raise the egos of unattractive women, who become lazier and lazier as they get swamped with more and more attention. The inevitable consequence? A glut of old, fat women who think they are as hot as Kate Upton.
But what about women already in relationships?
Nicole was married for 10 years before becoming addicted to the endless line of online suitors. This is a very real dilemma the modern man faces. If his wife hears of her recently divorced friend being swamped by offers for cock, she can’t help but feel like she’s missing out on something.
Encouraged by the YOLO mindset, she becomes bored, and jealous, and she too seeks out online dating and hookup websites. She too gets divorced and rejoins the ride on the cock carousel in earnest, and more often than not she’s getting financed by the poor beta husband who had no idea this was coming.
It’s still staggering how delusional these women are. The female author of this article gushes that “If Nicole’s everyday life mirrored her online one, she’d be mobbed in the street daily by hordes of single men wanting to kiss her.”
However, the reason unattractive women are swamped with attention online is because men who are too lazy to approach her properly in person don’t feel like it is too much effort to send her a “wink” on an online dating site. A real alpha male would approach them in person, but they don’t, because the brutal reality is they just aren’t much of a catch. This should be deflating to these women’s egos, but it isn’t.
Men need to quit online dating altogether. If we all do this, we really are killing two birds with one stone. Being part of a mass exodus reduces the inflated egos of undesirable women, forces them to lift their game, and also benefits your growth and development as a man. Why subject yourself to the degradation of getting screened by an undesirable woman like you are an applicant for a minimum wage job, knowing full well that she is conducting similar assessments on 1,000 other fawning men?
Yes, quitting online dating includes Tinder. Right swiping on Tinder or sending a woman a wink on OkCupid will never come close to the rush of masculinity you get from approaching a beautiful woman in person. For God’s sake, stop your undignified online worship of subpar women in between jacking off to internet porn and muster the balls to approach an attractive woman in real life.
It doesn’t even matter if you are rejected – by showing the balls to back yourself to sleep with a sexy woman, you have proven your manhood. And you might just pull a hot babe you had been brainwashed into believing was “out of your league.” The market for today’s woman is massively overpriced, and it’s up to men as consumers to demand a better product.
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