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Mon 19th October 2015

What’s a male fairy tale? (A philosophical view)

Filed under: General — triassic @ 8:59 am

Once upon a time, a Prince asked a beautiful Princess, “Will you marry me ?”

The Princess immediately said, “No!” And the Prince lived happily ever after, and rode motorcycles and dated thin, long-legged, full-breasted women, and hunted and fished and raced cars, and went to titty bars and dated ladies half his age and drank whiskey, beer, and Captain Morgan, and never heard bitching and never paid child support or alimony, and dated cheerleaders and kept his house and guns, and ate spam and potato chips and beans, and blew enormous farts, and never got cheated on while he was at work, and all his friends and family thought he was flipping cool as hell, and he had tons of money in the bank, and always left the toilet seat up without umbrage in the home.

The End

Now that’s a male fairy tale!!!

3 Responses to “What’s a male fairy tale? (A philosophical view)”

  1. voices back from the bush says:

    This story comes a little late for me, my princess said yes..
    Ive just got 7 years of child support to pay and I will be able to start fresh at the age of 52.
    This time last year my payments were $300 / week for my daughter who is 12, a happy child so i’m told. I was earning 28/hour but working an extra 15-20 hours a week in overtime to pay lawyers fee’s.
    My ex claimed in family court that all my friends were gang members and that I was intending to kidnap my daughter from school.
    Nasty bitch.

    I left the job and now earn 17/hour and I do no overtime.

    Ive ended the fairy tale for my unemployed X wife and her unemployed new husband.

    Women are like hurricanes. Wet, wild and exciting at first but when they leave they take the house the kids and the car.

    Mgtow gives me hope and a chance for happiness.

  2. too tired says:

    Loved the post, I still have 8 years of child support, but I’m not waiting until then to get ahead. I do what I want when I want as much as I can now.

    I have put in a hard fought six years of paying off debt, spending time with my kids, paying and fighting child support/IRD and saving when and where I can while advancing in my career.

    Now I will be buying into my first property ownership since the divorce and without the ex loading me up on hire pruchases I will succeed this time. I am happy to report she is green with envy as her own life has yet to find any direction. (unemployed husband, extra kid, no life etc etc.)

    I too will live female free as long as possible.

  3. MurrayBacon says:

    Congratulations too tired.

    You must be doing well and living life very cautiously, to get ahead while paying child [and spousal] support. It is hard for people in the larger cities, where basic accommodation costs take so much of a person’s income. I guess this is worst of all in Auckland. It takes real determination to stick to a financial plan and not be distracted or diverted by temptations.

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