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MGTOW Monk - DeBeers Diamond Corp BEGS WOMEN to but their own rings!!

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Published on 02 May 2021 / In People & Blogs

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GhostPlodderES
GhostPlodderES 1 hour ago

Woah, you called this years ago!

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PRICK
PRICK 4 days ago

I've read articles about women marrying themselves, trees, a lighthouse, a bridge, a Ferris wheel, and a dog.

To be fair, I read ONE singular article about a male bodybuilder that married a sex doll, but the shit splatter he got for it was epic. This is mental illness. I don't care who, or what any man fucks, but to publicly proclaim a union with an inanimate object "IS" mental illness.

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James1225
James1225 5 days ago

Drive on hard Hammerhand, lead, follow, or get out of the way. Nothing better than a wahmamen spending other people’s money on rocks and frivolous trinkets. Get a loan...bitch. Lol. Take your hand and love campaign and F off.

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TheWealthy1
TheWealthy1 5 days ago

That ad slogan is cringe but dumb ass women will fool themselves into thinking they deserve it.

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TheWealthy1
TheWealthy1 5 days ago

Flawless Diamonds can be easily grown in a pressurized chamber with accetylene. It's fairly cheap and 100% ethical. Diamonds are not the asset they used to be.

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Michael_Alexandroff
Michael_Alexandroff 7 days ago

Women are buying their own rings, and they're also marrying themselves.

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MrA_H0Ie
MrA_H0Ie 5 days ago

@MariettaJackson: No, you don't. You hope you would earn that much, but you're just wasting your time spamming here. Give it up. You're a fucking loser.

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gchase
gchase 7 days ago

She can buy cubic zirconium instead...
It's as fake as she is, anyway

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slapmonkey
slapmonkey 7 days ago

They all dogpiled themselves in the turdcutter when they thot brainwashing might be a good idea to increase sales.

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Menwalkaway
Menwalkaway 2 7 days ago

MGTOW is working !
#menwalkaway

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Maxxx
Maxxx 7 days ago

Good that diamond sales are declining. Diamond industry is fucked up as it is anyway, look at the movie Blood Diamond.

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

The women buying thier own rings. The one they finger all day?

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Bobtheman1991
Bobtheman1991 7 days ago

That article is full of shiatsu...

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InfiniteMushroom
InfiniteMushroom 7 days ago

A woman who has to buy her own diamond ring is the same thing as a Participation Trophy. A self-bought ring will NEVER have the status of a diamond bought by a MAN for the purpose of proposing marriage. The (((Diamond Industry))) is about to destroy the significance of the ring for the sake of boosting short-term sales.

GIVE THEM NOTHING! (Shout out to Lion of MGTOW)

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zdoctor
zdoctor 7 days ago

I HAVE A BETTER IDEA FOR THE WHAMAN...........how about all you whaman out there buy their own rings for their cats. ...and we can attend a full blown cat wedding...lol

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nest006
nest006 7 days ago

A few nervous titters from me, because I buy bullion gold and silver to "reward" myself too :)

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InfiniteMushroom
InfiniteMushroom 7 days ago

The price of gold and silver is easily discovered in the PM markets. Diamonds..... you don't know until you try to sell and it's always less than you think.

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nest006
nest006 7 days ago

@InfiniteMushroom: I agree. Cut, Colour, and Clarity are subjective, and in a rigged market too. Gold and silver are manipulated, but within bounds.

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MrA_H0Ie
MrA_H0Ie 7 days ago

I sold all gold and silver a long time ago. Now I only refer to XAU to compare it to the price of cryptos. It can help in predictions.

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InfiniteMushroom
InfiniteMushroom 6 days ago

@MrA_H0Ie: Used to be into gold and silver a decade ago. Once I got the fever out of me, I realized that it's just another commodity albeit with a lot of superstitious baggage. I unloaded mine over a year ago when it hit $1800/oz. It fell not long afterwards and has been fiddle-farting around since because the Big Buyers are all into crypto now.

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MrA_H0Ie
MrA_H0Ie 6 days ago

@InfiniteMushroom: That makes sense.

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TheManInside
TheManInside 7 days ago

By the way Hammer, do you know diamonds burn?
Not only the press will destroy them, a simple lighter, and the expensive diamond is reduced to smoke. Diamonds are exactly the same thing as coal. Expensive barbecue fuel.

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MrA_H0Ie
MrA_H0Ie 7 days ago

And they burn with nearly no ash. It's clean.

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TheManInside
TheManInside 7 days ago

@MrA_H0Ie: Exactly. Hence the "reduce to smoke" instead if ashes.

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MrA_H0Ie
MrA_H0Ie 7 days ago

You know what? Good. Women fucked up every part of dating, relationships, commitment and families. So, let them buy themselves everything until they waste all the money and then try to sell the diamonds. It will be a rude awakening.

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MrA_H0Ie
MrA_H0Ie 7 days ago

The reason why they convinced people not to resell diamonds is that then these idiots would find out how much it's REALLY worth.

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boby
boby 7 days ago

No bitch is going to buy diamond that's cuck job.
That campaign is so going to work :D

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Generationless
Generationless 7 days ago

Why shouldn't they buy them for themselves? They are starting to marry themselves. As for the ethical implications; Everyone was so upset about a movie called, "Blood Diamonds" a few years back about how many are killed over the mining of diamonds. These were the same asshole coke heads, snorting their brains out when the drug lords in Central and South America were slaughtering, and still do, everyone. Hypocrites.

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MrA_H0Ie
MrA_H0Ie 7 days ago

The real joke is women have no clue that diamonds are nearly worthless. There is a vast natural supply, they can also be manufactured without the need for mining, and the only two reasons polished diamonds are sold vastly overpriced is that the owners of all mines keep the supply low artificially and that they convinced these morons that they should require one when they marry.

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TheManInside
TheManInside 7 days ago

Allow me educate you on this matter. Diamonds are far from near worthless. Unlike the application for which wahmen want diamonds, men all over the world are the largest users of diamonds, daily. Concrete and rock drill bits are useless without a diamond tip, disk cutters use diamond to harden the blades... The list goes on, and on... Construction and industry are the best customers for diamond dealers, just not the same ones we discussing here. Most these diamonds come from a factory in Russia or China. Wahmen think they have something really precious! :D Ignorant beings.

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MrA_H0Ie
MrA_H0Ie 7 days ago

@TheManInside: I appreciate the attempt. I knew about the industrial use. But as you pointed out, that's a different product, from different suppliers then the polished rocks for rings. The manufacturing process and the prices are different.

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anonmachina
anonmachina 4 days ago

@MrA_H0Ie: Industrial Diamonds are indeed sold for A LOT less than what the ignorant pay for what are, in comparison, shiny pebbles.

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MrA_H0Ie
MrA_H0Ie 7 days ago

This marketing is as good as telling men how they can be better by Gillette... Bye Gillette.

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GoogleSucks
GoogleSucks 7 days ago

The De Beers statement that marriage is "down 3 %" in the US from 2000 through 2017 is not only error, the error the statement arises from is laughable. What this reflects is that somebody looked at the marriage rate in 2000 (about 10) and compared it with the 2017 rate (high sixes, 6.8 I believe). From there, stunningly insipid as this is, the individual with De Beers apparently noted that 6.8 is "a little more than 3" less than 10, without realizing what a rate is and that a drop from 10 to the high sixes is a bit "MORE THAN 30%" rather than a bit more than 3%. The thing is, this could be the result of insipid stupidity and ignorance, or propaganda intent (hide how severe the marriage decline really is). Who knows. It's impossible to tell any more. The extremeness of the childishness of what poops out of the mainstream media these days is truly breathtaking.

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MrA_H0Ie
MrA_H0Ie 7 days ago

Good observation.

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MrA_H0Ie
MrA_H0Ie 7 days ago

I just checked the data... It's not even close. It's not in % its per 1000. And it wasn't at 10 per 1000 per year since 1986. And it went down to 6.5 in every 1000 of the population (NOT percent) in 2018. Now I don't know how much was it in 2020 but I guess less than in 2018. https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/....hestat/marriage_rate

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MrA_H0Ie
MrA_H0Ie 7 days ago

I found it for 2019. It was 6.1 per 1000 population. https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fasta....ts/marriage-divorce.

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MrA_H0Ie
MrA_H0Ie 7 days ago

That's a drop from 6.9 per 1000 in 2017, so (6.9-6.1)/6.9=11.6% in just 2 years BEFORE COVID. And I've heard it dropped even more in 2020. https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/....hestat/marriage_rate

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MrA_H0Ie
MrA_H0Ie 7 days ago

It was 8.2 per 1000 population in 2000. https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/....hestat/marriage_rate

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MrA_H0Ie
MrA_H0Ie 7 days ago

So, the last 3 years of decline is extreme.

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MrA_H0Ie
MrA_H0Ie 7 days ago

Just in 2020 they estimate it dropped around 26% to 44%. https://www.psychnewsdaily.com..../new-study-of-us-mar

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MrA_H0Ie
MrA_H0Ie 7 days ago

This is a huge problem. What will all the divorce lawyers do?

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TheManInside
TheManInside 7 days ago

@MrA_H0Ie: I can answer that. False rape/sexual harassment accusations, false child support accusations (the child is not his), false domestic abuse accusations, provoked traffic violations (don't ask me how I know this), and a multitude of other manufactured conflicts being cooked as I write this. Does anyone think fakebook, twater and the others are not making people angry by design? So far, this site is the one where I've found people who can disagree with each other without being ready to smash the keyboard. Shitbook, I couldn't stand that environment, people always angry and poking others for no reason. I had to leave.

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anonmachina
anonmachina 4 days ago

@MrA_H0Ie: That conyrast in the decline of marriages brings a modicum of warmth to my otherwise dark, petrified abstraction formerly referred to as a heart.

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sithsith
sithsith 7 days ago

Debeers can buy my schlong to fuck them deep and hard!!
Fuck a bitch!!

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FL_Steve
FL_Steve 7 days ago

I just heard one of those commercials on the radio but aimed at men. It said that husbands should not wait for special occasions to buy their wives jewelery, just surprise her with it any old day. Right. So you'll have even more invested in the whore when she divorce rapes you.

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TheManInside
TheManInside 7 days ago

What should men buy for themselves?
Have an idea. Motorcycles, trips, assets, food, guns...

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Maxxx
Maxxx 7 days ago

Hell yes

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anonmachina
anonmachina 4 days ago

I've been buying tools for some time, teaching myself how to repair EVERYTHING in a car. Thus far, I can repair or replace any part or all of the suspension, steering rack/system, brake system, shifter, air bags, service AC (air conditioning [depressurise/extract 1394, vaccum, repair, refill to SPEC]), diagnose and repair emissions system, diagnosecand repair basic transmission problems, diagnose and repair all computer modules, repair or replace (or modify) the stock wiring harnesses, and customise coach interior metalwork. Because...the cost of labor in garages and Stealerships is--and will continue to be--criminal. Welding and Engine Rebuilding will follow. I am contemplating repairing and reselling a few cars per year as an aside (specializing in big block [but modern] cars), because, the 'UBI dream of Socialist' is a nightmare for anyone NOT desiring to descend to living by the dictates of The State-become-your-daddy.

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TheManInside
TheManInside 4 days ago

@anonmachina: Engines are scary, until you understand how it functions. Valve timing, cranck position... I decided to take a shot and although not everything went as smooth as I expected, one needs to fail to learn, I'm ready for a more daring step. Suspension is fairly easy to service, nightmare if you want to upgrade the internals and have no idea what you're doing. I tried without any knowledge and I fucked up.

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anonmachina
anonmachina 4 days ago

@TheManInside: I went all-in with rebuilding a poorly maintained magnum (got it at a low price [great engine and transmission]), with the thought, 'The worst that could occur is that I have to get someone to tow it to the crusher'. Thus far, it has gone well. Did a test run at 110/115 to check for leaks. Oil Filter was loose (now tightened properly), oil filler tube came loose (replaced, as it sat improperly and was missing the sealing rubber rings). All is well now. I concur--engines can be daunting, but, watching, taking notes on the intricacies from pros (DO NOT watch 'PowerNation'), I may pull it off properly the first attempt. Uncle Tom's Garage, EricTheCarGuy, and Pete's Garage (to name a few), have provided me invaluable data. Most Crucial: yes--one MUST measure NEW parts to ensure they are indeed 'SPEC proper'. (I've been sold parts, two from OEM/Chrysler, that were NOT up-to-SPEC. A shocking realization, indeed.

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anonmachina
anonmachina 4 days ago

It has become a bit of a downer that I see a need to have to sacrifice some of my time to creating a home defense system thatcactually denies entry to BrainLeanMorons and such types, but, it has come to the fore. (I opine that having cameras and lights as a 'home security' system iscan exercise in self-delusion).

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anonmachina
anonmachina 4 days ago

@TheManInside: On suspensions--if you are going to purchase absorbers to disassemble and reassemble your own shack assemblies, ensure you purchase (or rent) more than the two (2) spring compressors commonly provided in such kits (a cylindrical form under pressure necessitates at least three points of compression, evenly spaces, to ensure the spring is properly contained (I find it criminal that the kit commonly provides only two, as any engineer knows three are the minimum necessary). There are some kits that compress the spring using most of the surface, but those kits cannot be used with all shock assemblies. Also, the bottom of the shock must be 'clocked' (turned at an angle) for most cars, so that when the assembly is completed and fitted to the lower control arm, it will fall right into place for bolting together. (On the 2006-2010 CHARGER the shock should be 'clocked' 10 degrees outward toward the rear on each respective side for proper fit [this has to be adjusted during assembling of the shock assembly [[changing shocks]], as it will not be possible after the spring is compressed and bolted; this data was NOWHERE to be found]). I try to keep cars mostly stock, except for the interior of the coach (at present).

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