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Most Women Past 27 Are Unfixable
#1
A woman that hasn't settled down by 27 (arbitrary number give or take) is basically unfixable. 

She is either a spoiled woman waiting for her prince, a shallow golddigger and/or married to her career. All options reveal a troubled character.

Past that age, women's brains are permanently altered by the system. They live like teenagers even though they are 10 years (a decade) older than that. A woman past the age of 25 is seriously old biologically speaking. Once she is 27, the true decline starts. Don't let stupid magazines tell you that 30 is the new 20, 40 is the new 30...etc. If that's the case, what is 10? The new 0?

A woman that is single past 27 can blame only herself. It's obvious that she has had many opportunities to settle down but hasn't because she is infected with the virus spread by the system.

In the future, things will not get better. She will not change.

That's why it's highly advisable to go for younger women - 25 max. Even if you are 35 or more yourself, you will be better off with a 25-year-old, than a 33-year-old hardheaded feminist.

Her best years are behind her. She chose to dedicate them to drinking wine, whoring and waiting. She will never be happy and will always blame you for it.

Do yourself a favor and don't go for leftovers.

They have nothing to offer other than drama and second hand goods.
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#2
what about men ?
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#3
(06-13-2019, 04:54 PM)Plato Wrote: what about men ?

It depends on the perspective. Obviously, men age too, but we remain fertile for most of our lives. This means we don't have to rush things as much. However, we also get rejected a lot more.
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(06-14-2019, 01:19 PM)TruthSeeker Wrote: It depends on the perspective. Obviously, men age too, but we remain fertile for most of our lives. This means we don't have to rush things as much. However, we also get rejected a lot more.

I say age 40 but some men are lucky and have good genes
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#5
People in general after certain age are unfixable.
If somebody is depressed, awkward 30 yo male lacking intimate relationships with women is highly like he will be forever like that.
And if somebody 30 yo male is good with women, social is highly like that he will continue be in this situation.
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#6
You will always have to judge this on a case by case basis as each woman's mental, emotional and physical baggage is different. For example if she comes from a fucked up family background, odds are she will be a lost case even in her teens whereas if her parents gave her a solid sense of selfesteem early and modeled a decent family, and especially if she also didn't drink or become addicted to antisocial media, she'll make better choices and last longer (but likewise she might settle down sooner for those same reasons). But I would in general say if a woman is still single by 27, it's because either men discard her for good reason or she chronically discards men. 27 as the cutoff for what you're talking about is a quite generous ballpark - by that time they've already had over a decade to both party hard and meet many of all kinds of men offline and online.

An overweight, chain smoking, hobby alcoholic woman I know of is 28. And even though she's been courted by and fucked many men throughout her life so far despite those things, and though her SMV for the last decade has been a magnitude higher than mine since she is a woman, she is still single as she always has been. She still logs into the same dating profile on the same site as she did 5 years ago. She is messed up, and here's the thing: though I hope for my own sake it is not the case I suspect that once I get to a higher age I will find out that goes for most women around her age too. Some men talk about some exaggerated "wall" for women with their revenge fantasies of turning the tables on them, but what they don't talk about is that if you ever want to find a woman you actually like who also likes you, there may well also be a "wall" for having such women still within your dating range as you yourself get older.
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#7
"But I would in general say if a woman is still single by 27, it's because either men discard her for good reason or she chronically discards men."

Pretty much yes.

Not to have a serious partner by 27 as a woman in this day and age could only happen if you have deep problems or suffer from chronic hypergamy which is a big issue in and of itself.

But in general - 27 is really old for a woman - you already past your child bearing prime.

Back in the day, my mother married at 25 and it was considered late.

Today, women party hard into their 30s.

A woman that goes to clubs and bars past 25 is pathetic and sad.
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(09-24-2019, 09:08 AM)TruthSeeker Wrote: "But I would in general say if a woman is still single by 27, it's because either men discard her for good reason or she chronically discards men."

Pretty much yes.

Not to have a serious partner by 27 as a woman in this day and age could only happen if you have deep problems or suffer from chronic hypergamy which is a big issue in and of itself.

But in general - 27 is really old for a woman - you already past your child bearing prime.

Back in the day, my mother married at 25 and it was considered late.

Today, women party hard into their 30s.

A woman that goes to clubs and bars past 25 is pathetic and sad.
ah so it biology. I think the thing is if women can pick and go on many dates then it must be them not men.
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(09-24-2019, 09:08 AM)TruthSeeker Wrote: "But I would in general say if a woman is still single by 27, it's because either men discard her for good reason or she chronically discards men."

Pretty much yes.

Not to have a serious partner by 27 as a woman in this day and age could only happen if you have deep problems or suffer from chronic hypergamy which is a big issue in and of itself.

But in general - 27 is really old for a woman - you already past your child bearing prime.

Back in the day, my mother married at 25 and it was considered late.

Today, women party hard into their 30s.

A woman that goes to clubs and bars past 25 is pathetic and sad.

I would like to ask where you might meet a woman who, like my/yourself, is uninterested in drinking, smoking, clubbing or too much antisocial media and has not done so into her mid-late twenties. You can't go into a casino and then complain about all the gamblers you find. But I already know the answer: everywhere and nowhere. There is no magic grove, and it is also easier for people who enjoy those things to meet other people.

What kind of lifestyle did your mother have before then?

Here's what I thought was a pretty telling video from the horse's mouth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBdQ6TX2oGQ
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(09-24-2019, 03:12 PM)Loverboy Wrote: I would like to ask where you might meet a woman who, like my/yourself, is uninterested in drinking, smoking, clubbing or too much antisocial media and has not done so into her mid-late twenties. You can't go into a casino and then complain about all the gamblers you find. But I already know the answer: everywhere and nowhere. There is no magic grove, and it is also easier for people who enjoy those things to meet other people.

What kind of lifestyle did your mother have before then?

Here's what I thought was a pretty telling video from the horse's mouth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBdQ6TX2oGQ

Didn't watch this video because I don't like vloggers, especially if they are women complaining about first world problems but read a great comment:


Dan Mirkz:


Quote:We now live in a disposable society. If something breaks it's not fixed, it's replaced. Unfortunately the same applies to relationships. Gone are the days where people worked through their issues (big or small) together, now people are more likely to replace that person with someone else or move on to continue their search. Marriage has also lost it's meaning to a lot of people imo, People get married because they think it's 'the next step' or because they've had a kid etc, or maybe they want that perfect 'insta wedding'. It's less about dedicating your life to someone else, to love and support them through thick and thin, to pick them up when they're down and help them back on their feet, and for them to do the same to you. There seems to be a lot more marriages falling apart these days than ever before.

Unfortunately we also live in a world now that instagram/facebook etc portray these 'perfect' lives, and 'perfect' photoshopped people, that everyone considers 'normal'. People now spend their time expecting this fabulous romantic thing to happen because 'Stacey from school' had something like that happen to her and so that makes people want what she's had. Everyone's life is different, everyone meets people differently and everyone's journey is their own. You talk about the options to you on instagram or the 'better option' around the corner etc, when you have someone real and possibly genuine in front of you and that it makes you think about the real person differently,  it just makes me cringe.  You need to reevaluate the way you yourself are looking at these things, these people, because if that's the way you're thinking you'll never find happiness with someone else.
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