How Many Lifetime Bachelors Do You Know?

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  • #717062
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    Counting myself. I’ve known several. One of my brothers is on the autism spectrum, and he can barely hold a conversation, much less feel anything resembling romantic feelings. I work in TV, which seems to attract a lot of homosexual men. I guess they count, since none of them are actually married. Of the remainder, those still unmarried are actively seeking marriage. I can’t say I know any other total never-married, red-pill types, people who have consciously decided to go their own way.

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    SESQUI ano est
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    A handful and they all seem to be so happy now around the age of 50. Much happier than the married people I know.

    I assumed I would eventually get married to a woman with a pretty face and sweet attitude.

    You dodged a bullet. I stated out loud I would never get married and after 26 years of torture I’m not…
    anymore.

    How many men do you know who wish they were lifetime bachelors?

    Most men who are married wish they were lifetime bachelors. It is the secret dream of all men/ Some just don’t realize that.

    Everyday above ground is a good one. Everyday above ground while single...better still.

    #717157
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    I don’t know where you guys live but almost all my childhood friends are bachelors.

    And about every second guy I meet, in private or at work is a bachelor.

    Just a few days ago a guy at work asked me: “Are you married?”
    I replied: “No, I’m not crazy.”
    He laughed and said: “Me neither.”

    Then we had a good laugh about guys being stupid enough to not be bachelors.

    Yeah…that’s my experience as well. I’d guess about 1/3 of the guys I know +/- a few years of my age have been married…and I say “have been married” because quite a few have already been divorce raped.

    I’m in the 30-35 age bracket, and mid 30s seems to be an age where marriage rates level off…so statistically most the guys I know around my age that haven’t married yet probably won’t, yet, there will be more divorce ahead for those that have.

    Its going to be interesting to see what things look like 20 years down the road from now. I think my generation of women largely looked at the past couple generations and almost all women had married at some point. They figured they could just ride the carousel through their primes and marriage would still happen later in life because almost everyone does it…only, its not working out too well for them. They looked at previous generations of whom almost all married, and worst case scenario for women was a divorce in which the women almost always won, yet they never counted on men viewing the same situation as a lose lose for them, especially one in which their marriage prospects are generally women well past their peaks. The next couple generations of women is going to be looking at mine and seeing more women than ever who never married(or won divorce cash and prizes), less than ever whom have had children, more single moms, and more never married childless dudes who are enjoying life with no anchors…like I said, its going to be interesting in 20 years. Something tells me we’ll hit a point where we end up with a generation of women that tries to dial the clock back a few decades in a lot of areas as they realize this equality stuff really sucks for them, but men will want to double down on going their own way.

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    The older you become the less desire you will have to marry. As the sex drive decreases the wisdom obtained increases.

    Definitely true. I don’t think my sex drive has really declined much yet…but my desire to be in a relations~~~ has. What ruined it? Well…a handful of s~~~ty relations~~~s and a ton of bad dating experiences. If prostitution was legal here I’d be a frequent customer, but the thought of putting effort into dating, or even just hitting the bars to pick up an occasional skank…no thanks. I’d rather just spend a Friday night hanging out with the dog, eating a pizza, and watching some crap on Netflix or playing some video games.

    Once someone gets used to the freedom and peace of being single it’s very hard to convince someone to settle down.

    The older I get, the more finances factor in to it for me as well. You don’t really think about it much in your early 20s because most people haven’t really had a “real” job yet or had much time to accumulate assets. Once you get into your early 30s though…a different ball game.

    The last girlfriend I had for example…she was making about 35k a year(working in her field) with 70k in student loans plus who knows wtf else on her car and credit cards. I was making 40k a year with no debt other than a small mortgage that was effectively cheaper than renting at that point, and had already stashed about 15k away. I can’t say the thought didn’t cross my mind that her debt was essentially my life savings at that point and 2 years take home pay. If I ever combined finances with her I’d effectively be paying for apartments and vacations she had with other guys(as people with student loans typically borrow extra for “living expenses”), as well as nights she spent partying and prowling the bars. No f~~~ing way.

    From a strictly financial standpoint if you must get married, marrying a debt free waitress that never sat through a college course in her life is a better move than your typical debt laden college grad…many whom of which don’t even make more than said waitress. My experience with women of my generation is if they aren’t actively employed at this point as a teacher, a nurse, or an engineer…its pretty much a guarantee college for them will be a net loss over the course of their lifetime. If they went for early childhood education, social work, sociology, general studies, liberal arts, women’s studies, etc etc…they will probably never come out ahead financially as if they just skipped college altogether and got into a low level management job at a retail store or got a job at a doctors office as a secretary or something where you don’t need a degree, but can still make alright money if you are good at what you do.

    Imagine being 50 years old and getting married for the first time. Rarely, does that happen… not because men can’t find anyone but rather choose to avoid the drama that is modern day slavery.

    I can’t imagine it in my 30s lol. I’d have done it in my 20s. I didn’t realize how much I had to lose at the time and the average woman your age is much hotter at 20 than 30. Doing it now? No f~~~ing way.

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    I know its been posted on here before…but its pretty damn accurate. The typical woman my age has already declined quite a bit, while I’m still coming into my best years. I’ve had quite a few people these last few years give me the “sage” advice of “find a younger woman,” but why the f~~~ would I? So even if I bag a 23 year old at this point…I know what lies ahead for her. I’ve watched many a woman my age decline hard over the last 10 years lol. At 23 I didn’t think much about women my age hitting the wall…hell I didn’t even realize what the concept of the wall was. They didn’t seem like such a depreciating asset back then. Now though…even if I get a younger one I know what lies ahead, and for that I’m grateful so many of the women of my generation were busy riding the carousel and playing the field rather than looking to hook a guy like me at 23…I’m sure its a decision that will save me hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars in my life time, as well as a ton of bulls~~~, stress, and drama.

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    Most men who are married wish they were lifetime bachelors. It is the secret dream of all men/ Some just don’t realize that.

    Quoted for truth.

    I visit a great many businesses and industries working with the men there. I can’t remember the last time I heard older men advising younger men to marry. It’s always the opposite and often quite forcibly the opposite.

    Over the holidays last year, one older guy told a younger guy that he would “punch him in the taint” if the younger man ever married. That phrase was quickly borrowed by nearly everyone else on the shift.

    Do not date. Do not impregnate. Do not co-habitate. Above all, do not marry. Reclaim and never again surrender your personal sovereignty.

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    Both my cousins wish they were bachelors, but they both have wives and kids.

    We play xbox online a few times per week and every night the cousin who is my age, drops some advice about not marrying/having kids etc.

    He warned my younger cousin not to have kids, now he just says “Told you so”

    He is always drinking on weeknights and mentions how he doesn’t want to go to work the next day, glad his kids sports games got cancelled, etc. I feel bad for him because he is trapped and he knows it.

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    selfish” because I was making lots of money and I wouldn’t settle down and find a woman to give my money too…

    because women are selfish they have all that pussy and just sit on it;while thier husbands walk around horny and have to slip off and f~~~ a crack ho that has ST D’s

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    ’ve had many more married men tell me to never get married than ever tell me to get married.

    I was told that for years.Now i am hearing it from women. They are looking at each other wondering how did I end up with that MOFO and that is all they have in common and don’t know it. The women find out her plan was a bad plan.

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    My brother. For so long I just couldn’t understand, he would date, but never a hint of commitment. I always thought he was missing something.
    And he was.
    A f~~~ing bullet.
    Now I consider him a genius.

    He was definitely ahead of his time.

    How did he get rid of the women, cuz women can get pretty crazy when they figure out it isn’t “going anywhere”.

    "I'm the last of my guy friends to have never gotten married, and their wives—they don't want them playing with me. I'm like the escaped slave—I bring news of freedom." ~ Bill Maher

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    ResidentEvil7
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    Me. I never married, not even dated, and I’m 38 years old. My dad has been a happy bachelor since 1994.

    Trump Republican For Life - Make America Great Again

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    I have knowntwo. One past & one current,(besides myself)
    One from the past…
    He was a friend of my father. (No,Dad wasn’t Gay,he did have a very outgoing personality that ppl liked.)
    He was from another co. that was collaborating with my Dad’s workplace. They often ate lunch together and I found out about him when Dad invited him to our home for a home-cooked meal. This was back in the 1970’s; a time lonnng before everyone had sexual thoughts as their primary reason for practically everything. Awhile later, I got the chance to chat w/him as a young 10yr old, and he seemed quite nice. I asked him why he never got married and he gave the obligatory answer that he never found “the right woman.” Questioning further,(I didn’t believe him), I found out he PREFERRED Bachelorhood. I could understand why Dad and he got along, he was Intelligent, witty, well-mannered, and could carry a conversation for hours.

    One in the Present:
    He is very Introverted, but not in a shy way of the word. He liked being alone, but then there were times he would get out. When he did so; he did it in style. Casinos, Racetracks, car mud racing, etc. He was a bit of a work-o-holic, so I had always figured that was how he let off steam. Never seen him with a woman,unless it was family. I used to think that one day,….. A woman will land him and take him for all he is worth,BUT to this day, he is still single. Never wanted marriage, never wanted kids.

    Marry again, Hell NO ! ( Even JESUS was hung on a cross just once)

    #936753
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    One uncle who never married, very successful architect. Definitely not gay.

    Let every dollar of these woke companies’ marketing budgets be lost on you as MGTOW

    #936756
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    ResidentEvil7
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    I forgot to mention that my best friend who calls me almost every day is a lifetime bachelor and he’ll be 40 in 2 months. He has the same MGTOW beliefs as me, because I made him that way.

    Trump Republican For Life - Make America Great Again

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