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Is It A Good Question?

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Published on 02 Nov 2022 / In People & Blogs

The question that is almost a meme remains a frequent one to this day but is it a valid one? That really depends...

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mrghoster
mrghoster 25 days ago

I think that "Who hurt you" and women are connected at the hip. Women are the emotional creature they love DRAMA, and because they get HURT easily they pass it on with such questions. I think when a MAN is HURT, it's because he feels betrayed for all the effort and time put into what is basically a project. He feels demeaned, here I am I did all this for her, but again it should NOT be hurt in the fefails sense of the word, for a MAN I think it is Disappointment at having given his all ending up with nothing. This is partly because of that MALE trait to create and build, to usde logic and innovation. Everything almost we have today invention wise was created by MAN, they may have been disappointed but all the failures leading to the ultimate prototype, but I wouldn't call it HURT?

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mrghoster
mrghoster 25 days ago

Disappointment i think is different to HURT? Disappointment doesn't always carry HURT, because you can move on from disappointment and find an alternative that wont disappoint, if you are HURT that will prevent you from moving on and solving disappointment by finding something or someone that wont do that to you.

An example 0-= You buy something on line and it's not what you thought it would actually be when it arrives in the post. You are disappointed because your expectation wasn't met, but unless you have a deep seated mental issue you won't be HURT by the event. Most times you can return it and get your money back or change the item rendering "HURT" no issue, and satisfaction replaces Disappointment.

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mrghoster
mrghoster 25 days ago

I think often the tern "Who Hurt You"? is said in the vain of like "Fuck who put a bug up your ass"! rather than "Oh my god what happened to you, who hurt you?". In my Case nobody hurt me at all. I grew up and saw the problems and walked away from them or solved them, where women are concerned for me it was the same thing. I just got to the point where I though, I can do better than this crap with my life and successfully succeeded in my goal. I don't hate women, but neither do I pity them for the world they created for themselves. I also think that people or women in particular that say "Who hurt you"? are virtue signalling to find another lost or broken soul they can relate to then empower with their misery. They are the one's with the HURT, the one's that even dare to ask that question.

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Boxed1A
Boxed1A 27 days ago

I remember someone once said, perhaps huMAN/spetsnaz in one of their chats, that this question has some implication that all women fundamentally know how destructive and prone to hurting others they are.

Something I've learned from the few moments of honesty I've gotten from women (they're very, very rare, but do exist) is that they did indeed know how awful and chaotic they were. I've known women to admit just how criminally average and worthless they were. I've known women to admit that their very nature is, although they used different wordings, demonic and vindictive. I've known women to admit that my life, and the lives of other men or men in general, would be overall better if they weren't in them. Note, none of these women expressed an ability to or interest in changing themselves. They only had seconds of an epiphany that were, frequently, blurted out before their psychology masked these realizations again.

As I've written before under another of your videos, people will very much judge you on your outcomes. If you were hurt by a woman, that signals to all others, particularly women, that you were worth hurting and disposing of. It also lets them know you were unable to defend yourself against the woman or women who hurt you. I'm sure the list goes on. Simply, women very much use the opinions of other women to vet you. You can't be all that great if some other woman destroyed you and were unable to fend it off.

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Heavyhand
Heavyhand 26 days ago

Thank you for your post sir.

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Boxed1A
Boxed1A 26 days ago

@Heavyhand: You might enjoy some of the content I mentioned if you liked my post: https://odysee.com/@SpetsnazArchives:e

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Pompousandfaggy
Pompousandfaggy 27 days ago

pretty much every woman in my life minus my Spanish teacher who is also a family friend. My mom, my sister, my grandmother, every woman I’ve dated....

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