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This video is brought to you by a donation from John and here's what he has to say: "Hi Sandman, I have a simple, light video request. What would a MGTOW version of the dreaded romantic comedy look like? Does a MGTOW romantic comedy already exist?" Well John thanks for the donation and topic. At first it sounds like a simple request but before I can outline what a MGTOW romantic comedy would be like first I need to describe the characteristics of a traditional romantic comedy. The basic premise of a romantic comedy is that true love is able to surmount most obstacles. The opposite of that would be the idea that a man going monk mode or going his own way would be able to overcome most obstacles. Maybe the film could start with the guy who's life is one where he's a whipped plow horse pushover by his wife. Where he's always saying yes dear and a complete shambles of a man but then he begins to self actualize and puts all the people that used to abuse him in their place. I've got a couple of films that have elements of a romantic comedy for men going their own way and I'll share them with everyone in just a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor The MGTOW Book Collection: Anyways now back to the video. John when you asked me if there was a film out there that was a MGTOW romantic comedy for whatever reason I thought about the 2002 film with Jack Nicholson called About Schmidt. His character Warren gets forced into retirement and then almost immediately his wife dies and he finds out that his dead wife has been cheating on him with his best friend for decades. So he also loses his only friend too. He learns that his daughter is getting married and she's marrying some loser involved in Pyramid schemes and the guy has nothing to live for. He wants to go to the wedding and tell her she's making a mistake in her life and not to marry that guy but in the end he does the so
called socially acceptable thing and wishes them a good life together in Denver. The only person he has left in his life to talk to is some foster kid named Ndugu that's probably not even reading his letter but burning them for warmth. I put a link in the description to the last letter he sends Ndugu in the description. He's an old man that's had his old purpose stripped away and in the last scene of the film he breaks down in tears and then the credits role. He should however feel full of joy. This should be the halfway point in the film. He's hit rock bottom and a romantic comedy for men going their own way would be a film with a guy say 35 years of age finding out that his wife is dead in a traffic accident and that he lost his job and now he has to rebuild his life and purpose for living from scratch. He would take the red pill and persue his own dreams he couldn't follow while married and suddenly all the women around would find him attractive and he would have to find creative ways to insult them so that they would leave him alone. He would become the character in the second link I shared also another character played by Jack Nicholson where he's a famous author. Throughout the film there would be a series of gradually hotter women hitting on him. Some women literally throwing themselves at him. The mystery link might be the first woman in the film that he insults as his confidence grows because he no longer has a wife breathing down his neck to filter his words for him.
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