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What If You Met A Unicorn?

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Published on 06 Dec 2022 / In People & Blogs
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Boxed1A
Boxed1A 2 months ago

What is a "unicorn?"
A woman who isn't hypergamous. A woman who doesn't cheat, or even desire other men. A woman who adds to your life and doesn't subtract from it. A woman who doesn't nag, complain, or try to bring you down or sabotage your life. A woman capable of both in-depth conversation and intense passion.

What is a "unicorn?"
A woman who isn't - a non-human. The sex doll folk have it right. You need to be with something that isn't actually a woman to have a unicorn of a woman. The biology of a woman itself is the antithesis of a "unicorn."

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JPPW
JPPW 2 months ago

The only relationship you need to focus on with great care and commitment is the one you have with yourself, day in and day out, until you are finally snuffed out of existence and rendered back into the void.

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audiophile641
audiophile641 2 months ago

Life and the coldness of the way my parents treated me have made me emotionless also.Being an emotional man gets you no place in life thats good.I dont think any woman can temp me to gamble whats left of my life on any type of relationship or marraige never wanted it even when I was young,I see thats its a lie, a trap to keep men on the plantation. Of course I notice physical beauty in a woman but whats oh so rare is the woman that has more than that to offer such as kindness, good norals,respect for men and how hard our lives are compared to them.Most woman honestly just see us a plow horses human wallets and dogs to beat down whenever they get the inkling and feel emotional.I have seen too much to trust any person, especially woman, fully.

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audiophile641
audiophile641 2 months ago

As an older man almost 60 the desire to take any high risk activities that could ruin the remaining years of my life would be extremely stupid in my opinion,as life is difficult enough without taking huge risks and possibly suffering increasingly dangerous or life ending consequences.I have always lived my life avoiding risk whenever possible and many of my crazy,high risk taking schoolmates have already perished.Im content in living within my own bubble now ,as theres no sense in denying its where im most comfortable,my most natural state of being, and thats living very close to a Monk lifestyle,other than of course going to work.I make very few efforts to do things when im off that have large groups of people as to me thats not leisure it represents more stress for me.

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