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jon357 74 | 22,473
10 Mar 2024 #211
Your questions are boringly repetitive...



Novichok 4 | 8,270
10 Mar 2024 #212
Aren't we?
Of course incels are barely people at all.

What the fvck did that have to do with "Women's day" in Poland?

BTW, those twins inside the woman are people because they are humans, not animals, plants, or things. Duh!
Paulina 17 | 4,469
10 Mar 2024 #213
Let me know when Men's Day will be celebrated so I will trans back to a man.

Today :) At least in Poland :)) (the International Men's Day is on November 19)

Best wishes to all non-misogynist men on this forum! :)))

PolishMensDay
Paulina 17 | 4,469
10 Mar 2024 #214
Do even those mothers who are responsible and provide care for their children treat them as equals?

Of course they don't.

Yes, according to this survey majority of mothers treat their sons better than their daughters (I experienced this first-hand from my own mother):

theguardian.com/society/2010/oct/06/most-mums-favour-sons-survey

That's wrong though and stems from those mothers being raised in a patriarchal society.

Such women only care for their children as a longterm investment for their own benefit

That depends on a particular individual. There are women and men who are like that, but there are many others (women and men) who aren't like that.

they know they will send their husbands to an early grave

A quote from a Polish article on WP abcZdrowie titled "Polish men live 8 years shorter than Polish women. National Health Fund is giving causes.":

"5. Men who are in a relationship are healthier

Scientists from Harvard Medical School have proven that men who are in relationships are healthier (especially if they're married), they are three times less likely to develop cardiovascular diseases and they live longer. The partner's role can't be underestimated also in Poland. The portal uPacjenta has conducted a poll which results show that:

- men in relationships are more convinced about the necessity of preventive examinations: 80% of them think they're necessary (only 60% of single men think the same),

- 25% of men declare that they're usually being reminded about examinations by their other half."

they will still need someone around to take over his responsibilities of providing for her.

In Poland women have retirement pensions (if they worked) or so called family pensions (if they were housewives and didn't work).
Ironside 51 | 12,473
10 Mar 2024 #215
Your questions are boringly repetitive...

Geez Jon, I didn't know you had pictures of pawian at hand.

That's wrong though and stems from those mothers being raised in a patriarchal society.

Again, the same crap women are not responsible for their actions others are at fault, men, society, and bad weather. Really? Those a lame pathetic excuses.
Alien 21 | 5,223
10 Mar 2024 #216
Best wishes

Thank you
Atch 20 | 4,155
10 Mar 2024 #217
They did and the results were clear!

Ireland Rejects Constitution Changes, Keeping 'Women in the Home' Language

And I'm delighted. I myself would have voted No to both proposed changes in the Referendums. People voted 'no' for an assortment of reasons. A lot of people, including myself, felt that the replacement clauses were far too vague in their wording and as Irish people have a lot of experience in voting in referendums we won't vote yes for something we're not sure about.

However, more importantly I would also have voted No because I agree with the present wording:

1. In particular, the State recognises that by her life within the home, woman gives
to the State a support without which the common good cannot be achieved.


I absolutely agree with this point. Women do invaluable work within the home. The constitution was written in 1932 and nowadays though most women are working outside the home too, they continue to be the central figure in the home. I like seeing that respected and acknowledged.

2. The State shall, therefore, endeavour to ensure that mothers shall not be obliged
by economic necessity to engage in labour to the neglect of their duties in the
home.


Point 2 may seem outdated by modern standards but it is still a model to which we should aspire. I would like to see the wording altered slightly to reflect the times we live in but the bottom line is that women should be given all the supports needed to make it possible for them to remain at home with their children if they wish to do so, especially in the crucial early years. It would be nice to see the government actually act on the promise made in the Constitution instead of simply paying lip-service to the idea.
johnny reb 50 | 7,436
10 Mar 2024 #218
Best wishes to all non-misogynist men on this forum!

Thank you as it's nice to have someone appreciate us.

mothers treat their sons better than their daughters (I experienced this first-hand from my own mother):

Do you think that may have contributed to your snotty feminist attitude toward men ?

hat's wrong though and stems from those mothers being raised in a patriarchal society.

When in Rome, do as the Romans.
No it's not wrong, itis very biblical that the man is the head of the household and the woman should be quiet and submissive

Only Satan would disagree to cause chaos in the family and society.
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pawian 223 | 24,583
10 Mar 2024 #219
Thank you as it's nice to have someone appreciate us.

Paulina`s wishes weren`t for you. You are one of the gravest mysogynists here. Stop azholing. :):):)
johnny reb 50 | 7,436
10 Mar 2024 #220
Paulina`s wishes weren`t for you.

So now you are speaking for her ? Go away !

You are one of the gravest mysogynists here.

You are the one that called Ms.Atch an azhole.
Have you ever heard me call any of the girls such filthy names like that ?
No is the correct answer. Now get lost and quit trying to cause trouble with your lies.
Paulina 17 | 4,469
10 Mar 2024 #221
Paulina`s wishes weren`t for you.

Yes, my wishes definitely weren't for johnny_reb/Ironside :)))
johnny reb 50 | 7,436
10 Mar 2024 #222
Hear that I.S.
I guess we shouldn't point out her mommy and daddy issues that make her the bitter misandrist that she is.
Maybe if we both gave her a big hug and bought her some ice-cream she might soften up enough to be bearable.
Novichok 4 | 8,270
10 Mar 2024 #223
Women do invaluable work within the home

Then they should be paid invaluable amounts in invaluable money.

woman gives to the State a support without which

Bullsh*it! Women used to have babies thousands of years before the State came into existence. Women have babies exclusively for their personal gratification. All the rest are side effects.

If that's too complicated...Women would have babies on a deserted island with no State or households to "slave" in.

One can't claim credit for self-serving deeds.

Should I get paid for taking garbage out once a week? Or for protecting my wife 24/7? At 20 an hour, it's 480 bucks a day. Where do I send the invoice?
Atch 20 | 4,155
10 Mar 2024 #224
Women have babies exclusively for their personal gratification.

Like my maternal great-grandmother who died in childbirth, at the age of 38 after eleven pregnancies? Eleven children in sixteen years of marriage. The poor woman. If you really think that she or countless other women like her had those children for 'gratification' you are beyond help.
Bobko 25 | 1,989
10 Mar 2024 #225
Niagara-size difference between taking care of and mothering to death. When vives turn into mothers is hard to detect but it is inevitable.

Wise, wise words.

It begins with the small things, like outsourcing your choice of clothes. Indeed, who could be bothered - and there's a person seemingly volunteering to do the work for you.

Then it escalates to outsourcing planning of vacations. Truly, a miserable task, and if someone wants it - good for them!

At some point, she is scheduling various doctor's appointments for you - and again, you are grateful.

However, slice by slice, your autonomy has been eroded. You have been turned into a vegetable.

Soon, all decisions are made for you by your wife and council of children and grandchildren. For you, is reserved the role of mere observer.

Source: my dad.
Alien 21 | 5,223
10 Mar 2024 #226
Source: my dad.

Maybe he just wanted to have some peace in his old age and start watching birds.
Bobko 25 | 1,989
10 Mar 2024 #227
Maybe he just wanted to have some peace

Do not misunderstand me - I am also not opposed to ceding all sovereignty in this fashion.

It's such a widespread phenomenon, because in the end it is a good deal.

If someone wants all that work - be my guest.

I'm 35 almost and still not married. The only reason I want to get married now is I'm tired of living like a cave man.

The time has come.
Alien 21 | 5,223
10 Mar 2024 #228
I'm tired of living like a cave man The time has come

So you need someone to clean up your cave.
Lenka 5 | 3,532
10 Mar 2024 #229
At some point, she is scheduling various doctor's appointments for you

Never ever met any couple doing that O must say. You learn something new everyday
jon357 74 | 22,473
10 Mar 2024 #230
Never ever met any couple doing that

TBH, I can imagine it. Men are notoriously bad at going to the doctor even when they have symptoms of something serious.

[quote=Bobko]outsourcing your choice of clothes. [/quoteI remember seeing two couples walking down the road in Bradford. The husbands were ten paces behind the wives and were wearing kids' clothes. The women were talking about work and money while the men were talking about football.

You can guess who worked (and cooked and cleaned and brought up the kids and worried) and who just slept and played video games.
Bobko 25 | 1,989
10 Mar 2024 #231
Never ever met any couple doing that

For me it's the opposite. For most guys I know - it's their significant other sending them around to doctors.

Most guys are terribly afraid of doctors for one reason or another.

Myself personally I hate doctors. I would rather be sick for weeks than subject myself to their "care".
Alien 21 | 5,223
10 Mar 2024 #232
Myself personally I hate doctors. I would rather be sick for weeks than subject myself to their "care".

It's obvious you've never been seriously ill before.
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 11,720
10 Mar 2024 #233
I don't hate them, I don't believe them everything either....

Most are just not uptodate with the newest scientific developments since they left med school!

For example nutrition....most still kept to their learned advice as western societies got more fat and diabetic all the time, not at least because of this advice aka eat lotsa carbs and at least five little meals a day (to keep the blood surgar continously high)..."eat more fruit" (as fruit sugar is a healthy sugar)..."fat makes fat" and such crap!
Paulina 17 | 4,469
10 Mar 2024 #234
For most guys I know - it's their significant other sending them around to doctors.

Most guys are terribly afraid of doctors for one reason or another.

Yes, you'd have to drag my father with a horse to a doctor and it was usually my mother and me trying to talk him into going. It was only when things got really bad - like he was in a lot of pain or ended up in hospital it got better and now you don't have to convince him - he's going on his own.

Most are just not uptodate with the newest scientific developments since they left med school!

I don't know about most, but I've definitely had experiences with some doctors who knew less than me or were simply wrong (about pretty basic stuff that a doctor with their specialisation should know) o_O
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 11,720
10 Mar 2024 #235
but I've definitely had experiences with some doctors who knew less than me or were simply wrong

That!

Thanks to now widely available information such deficits are becoming now more and more glaringly obvious...
Paulina 17 | 4,469
10 Mar 2024 #236
@Bratwurst Boy, that's why I always try to check opinions about doctors online before picking one, if it's possible.

Myself personally I hate doctors. I would rather be sick for weeks than subject myself to their "care".

But don't you have doctors in your family? lol 👀
Bobko 25 | 1,989
10 Mar 2024 #237
But don't you have doctors in your family? lol 👀

So? I don't trust them either.

Actually, especially them. When they tell me to do something, I always go and get a second opinion. Just because you are an oncologist does not make you a specialist in my hernia problems.
Paulina 17 | 4,469
10 Mar 2024 #238
So? I don't trust them either.

Well, when my grandma ended up in hospital with a broken pelvis, it was you who gave a lecture about skeptical/critical family members of patients making life harder for doctors and you pointed out that you have doctors in your family... So I find it ironic that you don't trust doctors yourself :))
Novichok 4 | 8,270
10 Mar 2024 #239
Most guys are terribly afraid of doctors for one reason or another.

I greatly appreciate doctors and nurses. I run to them with as much as a pimple on my dick. Early detection is everything.

This is how I survived my prostate cancer 9 years ago...I knew that biopsy would hurt like hell so I was dragging my ass until my wife said: Go get that damn biopsy, moron!!! Not exactly her words, but close...

For example nutrition..

It's actually very simple. Here is my book about nutrition:

1. Cals in = calls out
2. No food after 3 pm
3. No sugar
4. No alcohol
5. No sodas or juices
6. Water
7. Pump iron three times a week
8. Walk
9. Sleep 8 hours

Don't forget a gun to kill yourself when you decide that a life like this is not worth living.

--------------------------------------------------

Bobko, as far as being single...Never import a wife and never look for one in bars. Sign up at LA Fitness or equivalent. This way you will see them almost naked and if they already have rolls of fat on them. People who work out are also more likely to follow my recommendations 1 - 9.

Find one you like and ask if she would consider being your friend. Skip "with benefits" for now.
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 11,720
10 Mar 2024 #240
...hmm....looks okay to me....I would only add "no smokes" plus some vitamin/mineral supplements, but yeah...that's about it. :)


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