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The Christian Trad Thot Replied Part 1, Comedy GOLD!

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The Realist Philosopher
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Published on 07 Jul 2021 / In Comedy

⁣This chick actually got riled up enough to reply to
my videos about her. Big shocker. If you're not familiar with my prior
videos on her the links are below.

Christian Trad Thot 1: https://www.bitchute.com/video/CuMs7dgL3vep/

Christian Trad Thot 2: https://www.bitchute.com/video/OVmRmm8FMCQC/

#TRADCON #WHORE #JENNAHARMONN

Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74uhJQzrgoY

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FL_Steve
FL_Steve 2 months ago

Heavy made up, low IQ thot. Millions more just like her. I don't understand the simps at all.

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BIGLOAD
BIGLOAD 2 months ago

She needs to do Porn.

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The Realist Philosopher

Onlyfans. That's for her.

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BIGLOAD
BIGLOAD 2 months ago

If I could just clock her thru the screen . . .

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boby
boby 2 months ago

oh daddy I just want to be a princess and let's make the world the land of wonders where we get what we want.
Things and stuff just magically happens I want something and u daddy make it happen.
Make those evil patriarchy peasants provide it they just don't get us and that's oppressing

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boby
boby 2 months ago

...the level of stupidity of that broad just makes me remember why I lost hope in humanity and that makes me sad

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PipeDream
PipeDream 2 months ago

I banked on Love and true connection since I was a kid. Have spent my first thirty years living by the principle that youth was not an excuse, and thus rejected any and all frivolous short-term relationships and promiscuous one-night stands. And there have been many such 'offers' and 'opportunities'. In my naivetaaaay I believed the idealistic nonsense fed to me by my elders, and truly believed that I one day would get a return on this 'investment', so to speak. That I would one day find and meet a lovely woman who had shown the same kind of discipline and thoughtfulness, and who would go to any length to garner my good graces... but no. Instead I got loneliness. Depression. Sexual frustration. Skin-hunger. Low self-esteem. And last but not least... a bitterness so deeply in-bedded in me, that I lost connection to the young man I used to be. A connection only just recently restored, in part due to the wisdom of men in the manosphere. Now my friends try to hook me up with worn-out trollops, and whamen think me so desperate that they only have to expend a tenth of the energy used on their tinder dates, to get my attention and lifelong loyalty. It sucks, and I sometimes wish I had been more selfish... But I know who I am and what I want. And I would rather die alone, naked, and in a ditch, than roll back on my standards and betray myself just to gain a fraction of the dedication some worn-out broad offered the first chad to wink at her. Time will tell if I grow wiser or only more bitter...

BTW. I have read through Meditations by the late great Marcus Aurelius, multiple times, and find his wisdom encouraging and enlightening. Perhaps I romanticize stoicism a bit, but it really appeals to me. Could you, or perhaps anyone, advise where to go from here? Any other great works of stoic wisdom I could sink my teeth into?

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The Realist Philosopher

First of all be wary of any philosophy that creates such a frame work that it becomes an ideology, as stocism has to a certain extent. That's not to say that there aren't some insights that can be helpful, but over all you should avoid identifying with philosophical schools excepot in the broadest sense. For example I am a realist. A practical realist. That's as far as I go in my identification. You want to study all aspects of reality, but avoid systems as it were. Aristotle, and Ayn Rand are really the way to go.

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PipeDream
PipeDream 2 months ago

@The Realist Philosopher : Thank you, good sir! And I'll take your advise to heart. Still kinda new to philosophy, but one day I hope to be knowledable.

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PRICK
PRICK 2 months ago

One of the best things about the mgtow philosophy is that you act in your OWN BEST interests. Not foolish, risky, sexually depraved actions which could land you in prison for a false rape accusation, or with some disease, or worse, child support. I'm not saying you have to be a monk, but that is the safest way. That being said...What is the point if you're unhappy in the one, and only life you get? You bought into the programming of your "Elders", and that may have worked out in their time, but times have changed. I would say to you, ask yourself...What do YOU want? What kind of life, and experiences do YOU want to look back on? If you're happy with what you've had so far, then no need for a change.

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