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“Wherever i turn there is a pair of titties mocking me, looking at me with it’s poking eyes,” and other actual PUA.txts

Old School PUA.txt

There’s a new blog out there that I think a lot of you will appreciate. I would say “enjoy,” but your enjoyment of it will no doubt alternate with despair over the future of the human race. Which makes it sort of like this blog!

Anyway, the blog is called PUA.txt, and, as the name suggests, it features horrible quotes taken from forums and other websites where would-be pickup artists like to congregate.

My favorite quote, of all those featured there, is probably this exceedingly whiny one from The Venusian Arts forum, in which a PUA by the name of Rick Tiero defends another commenter who refers to women as sluts. While other PUAs there are annoyed by the slut basher – because calling women “sluts” makes them defensive and less likely to want to have sex with PUAs — Rick has a different take. Addressing himself to one of the forum’s few female members, he writes:

Don’t try to judge him, you don’t know what the fuck he’s been through. Stuff like that can come from fucked up parents or even kindergardens that forcefeed small boys with religion and evil feminist propaganda, totaly destroying someones sexlife in the later years.

Of all the guys in here, very few are here by choice. You feminists have created spank for your own ass by compromising genderoles for ages now, don’t bitch about it. You women ruined our fun first by being a somewhat moral police yourselves! It is called bad karma.

No man wants to do whats wrong with women, they have been taught wrong by a society in genderless chaos created by the feminist movement, a movement so selfish and evil that I like to compare it to the new age nazis. In this society women are expected to not show body because a man is supposed to like her for her personality, like a woman likes a man.

It is doomed to fail, because people are not built that way. I bet OP has seen alot of porn and wouldn’t mind fucking all of the women in that room, even the fattie, bacause it’s nice for a change. Deep inside of him there is a good PUA just waiting to surface anytime soon.

And you women should really be more understanding to prude men! Put your self in my shoes! I can search for vegetables on the internet and find “Gorgeous teen playing with a cuecumber” And for me being a guy, that is something I’d like to watch!

Man! I can’t even go to the store and buy myself some bread without walking by the magazines with naked women all over it. It’s like wherever i turn there is a pair of titties mocking me, looking at me with it’s poking eyes. In the local park they have made this figure of a naked woman, but it’s made of stone. You women don’t have to go through any of that.

Yep, that’s right, it’s that old argument: Sexy women oppress men with their sexiness!

The most horrifying comment I’ve found on PUA.txt so far is probably this one from RooshV’s forum about the pros and cons of having sex with disabled women:

Yeah, I’m not even going to touch that one.

There’s also a PUA.txt twitter account, which features still more horrible quotes. (I only wish it provided links to the sources of the quotes like the blog does.) Here are some of its greatest hits so far.

PS: Do any of you ladies know where the nearest bank is? I need to drop off some gold.

 

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lauralot89
8 years ago

@aworld: I know the discussion’s moved on, but to be fair to those who self-diagnose as autistic, not everyone has the money or access to doctors (I was lucky when I was diagnosed in that my campus had free services, but even then they were the only place that could diagnose in the entire county and had a waiting list of two years) and there are certain doctors that will only diagnose if you fit very narrow symptoms of the spectrum and/or strike them as the “right” kind of person to have autism (i.e., a white, male, just beginning school aged child). My own elementary school didn’t even consider it when I was evaluated, and I didn’t get a diagnosis until this past May at age 22. I knew I was autistic ever since I learned about it at 14, but my parents wouldn’t have me re-evaluated, so I just kept my mouth shut about it and never got help or resources until college.

Granted, there are some assholes out there who just claim autism as an excuse to be assholes, but I think there are a lot of people who just don’t have other options.

Dvärghundspossen
8 years ago

There are lots of people in Sweden too who self diagnose, despite the fact that our health care is payed for by taxes. At least some say it’s because you can’t trust doctors, so self-diagnosis would actually be MORE reliable. I don’t buy that, but I don’t think the usual motivation is wanting to be an asshole… I think it’s more common to self-diagnose as autistic among people who are a bit shy and not exactly the life of the party. There seems to be this widespread idea that if you’re NT then you HAVE to be super-social, have tons of friends and be loved by everyone. That’s sort of the ideal everyone’s supposed to live up to… Unless you’re autistic, and can blame your failure of living up to this stupid ideal on your diagnosis.

katz
8 years ago

Yeah, wanting to be liked for who you are instead of just random physical attributes is just SUCH a Nazi attitude.

There’s a meme in there somewhere…

Nepenthe
Nepenthe
8 years ago

And I bet you’d found lots of women as well who have big boobs that need a good supportive bra to hold up.

This. I’d estimate that my breasts weigh about 3-4 pounds each. They are not going to float in space.

Leeloo Dallas Multipass

Wreck-It Ralph is so amazing, definitely go see it!

I’ve never heard the term demisexual before, but I fit the description, sort of. I hadn’t ever thought of it as a separate category before. It’s useful as a description, but I honestly haven’t felt any oppression or anything over it (not to erase anyone else’s experience). If anything, it seems more like the ‘expected’ way to be. But this might be different for guys (especially in environments with a lot of gender policing) maybe?

Sgt Grumbles
Sgt Grumbles
8 years ago

Did somebody say Twinkies?

http://youtu.be/nqM7AFL4ixA

pillowinhell
pillowinhell
8 years ago

I consider myself demi sexual. The thing for me is that if I never had sex again, I’d be cool with that. I would love to have a purely romantic, cuddly relationship but its not likely that I would meet someone who’d be cool with that if Beloved and I broke up.

I really don’t see any point in sex, and generally can’t be arsed to search for a sex partner, but I don’t have the aversion to sex that aces do.

I think here that what’s missing is that most people will want sex and or a partner at some point whereas demis and aces are just as happy without. There is little to no desire for sex, something that I think causes more problems for men (in general) than women. Really, the only people who don’t have sex are monks, and even then its supposed to be a huge sacrifice and discipline.

pillowinhell
pillowinhell
8 years ago

What the fuck is with that fat guy video?

Dude, grow up.

Amnesia
Amnesia
8 years ago

drst, now I am distracted by “Star Trek Pointing At Things.” I hope you’re happy. *sighs*

Speaking of Star Trek, I wonder if Brittany Diamond has any new episode analysis’s up…

The Kittehs' Unpaid Help
The Kittehs' Unpaid Help
8 years ago

Katz – lol to that personality meme!

For me (me only, again, not wanting to generalise) I think the term demisexual carries an implication of lesser or missing out – like it refers to the cup half empty vs cup half full thing. Which I know it doesn’t, particularly if it was self-chosen, as I presume it was, rather than imposed. It’s like … well, if I think of it applying to myself, it’s like it’s saying that sexual attraction following rather than preceeding knowing and liking someone is outside the normal sexual range. And to me that just seems out of whack, and a pretty narrow definition of the interested-in-sex ranges. I don’t see “primary sexual attraction” as a definer of being sexual. I don’t see anyone but Mr Kitteh as sexual or potentially so. I’ve only got to look at a photo of him and I go all wibbly. I’m sexual … I’m just really selective. 😉

pillowinhell
pillowinhell
8 years ago

Demi in this sense means somewhere in between, to me. I’m sure plenty of people think I’m missing out on something.

Sexual attraction just doesn’t happen for me at all. I don’t experience it. That being said, I don’t mind sex and I find it moderately pleasant, just not something I can be bothered looking for.

Having some type of label is moderately comforting, in part because I know now that other people have similar experiences. I’m not broken, there isn’t something wrong with me, I don’t need medicine, or the right man or the right sexual orientation or whatever. And I did spend some of my youth thinking that something was very wrong with me.

Of course, choosing this label also causes headaches too. Especially when explaining to partners certain aspects of why.

Falconer
8 years ago

When you say the word “demi-” to me the first thing I think of is old-school D&D’s use of the term “demihuman” to refer to elfs, dwarfs, halflings, half-orcs, etc., basically any playable race that wasn’t human but humanoid (the games since the 90s have preferred the term “humanoid” instead — but humans are classed as humanoids since 3rd edition), so I have bad associations with “demi-” already.

Not to tell anybody how to define themselves.

pillowinhell
pillowinhell
8 years ago

Well, I’m not quite a stereotypical ace and frigid isn’t a nice word either. If you got a better wording I’d love to hear it.

Also, some people refer to themselves as grey aces, demi sexuals and demi romantics are a subset.

Falconer
8 years ago

I don’t, pillowinhell, so I guess I shouldn’t have put in my oar. I’m sorry.

pillowinhell
pillowinhell
8 years ago

Oh its okay I didn’t take any offence. To be honest your take on demi just highlights the problems of labels. Words mean things, but the meanings always varies slightly between individuals based on experience. That and the fact that demi isn’t going to explain much to people who aren’t familiar with asexuality.

Unimaginative
Unimaginative
8 years ago

A useful and awesome Tumblr: Unfuck your habitat. Changed my life, dude.

If I had a complaint, though, is that simply measuring the diameter of the boobs and using the equation for the volume of a sphere only really works if yours are reasonably hemisphere-y when you recline. Many women would find this model inadequate. There has to be a better way.

I suspect the better way involves an anti-gravity device, whole-body immersion, and a disruption of the space-time continuum. In the meantime, if I can lose another forty pounds, my doctor will talk to me about breast-reduction surgery. My back and shoulders are very excited about this, my tastebuds and appetite are less so.

Creative Writing Student
Creative Writing Student
8 years ago

Mine aren’t hemisphere-y when they recline.* They vanish into my armpits. I don’t know how you measure the volume of that. I suspect lasers.

* They’re sort of a hemisphere and then almost a demihemisphere tacked on, then severely squashed.

Nepenthe
Nepenthe
8 years ago

Mine aren’t hemisphere-y when they recline.* They vanish into my armpits.

I went to an art museum with an 18-year-old, uh, man? once and we looked at a painting of the important parts of a nude woman laying on a bed. Her breasts were realistically depicted as not having nipples pointed toward the ceiling, not in an “I’ve had four children” sort of way, but in an “I’m 23 and have a C cup” sort of way. He exclaimed “Oh my god ew!” and I asked him if he thought that breasts floated.

CassandraSays
CassandraSays
8 years ago

I remember reading an article about this – it was all about the idea that contrary to fears that porn will turn men into sex-crazed fiends, it’s actually made a lot of men unable to have sex with women whose bodies do normal woman things, like the way that breasts spread when a woman lies down.

lowquacks
lowquacks
8 years ago

normal woman things

Isn’t that sort of a dodgy way of putting it?

CassandraSays
CassandraSays
8 years ago

Probably is, actually, I just don’t know a good way to group together the body stuff that guys like the one Nepenthe is talking about tend to freak out over that are kind of common and unremarkable. “Boobs spread out when you lie down”, “pubic hair is not uncommon on adult bodies”, “most women’s bellies are kind of soft even if they’re fairly thin”, that kind of stuff.

Creative Writing Student
Creative Writing Student
8 years ago

Maybe breasts float if you have nipple rings and tie helium balloons to them, but that’s not exactly sexy.

I’m assuming the non-spreading boobs come from implants? (I know realistic boobs can come from implants, it just depends on where the implant is put and the type of implant.)

lowquacks
lowquacks
8 years ago

common and unremarkable

woman things

That’d do, wouldn’t it?

lowquacks
lowquacks
8 years ago

@CWS

What I was getting at was is that plenty of women have very small breasts, implants like you mentioned, or don’t have boobs at all for whatever reason

CassandraSays
CassandraSays
8 years ago

Small breasts also kind of spread out when the woman lies on her back, in my experience.

(I did go to an all-girls boarding school, after all, so I’m looking at a pretty substantial sample size.)

lowquacks
lowquacks
8 years ago

Well, kind of, but definitely only kind of. Talking from a very small sample size here though. “Normal (man/woman/person)” is just often a troublesome construction, anyway.

Creative Writing Student
Creative Writing Student
8 years ago

@Lowquacks

Mine was posted before I saw yours.

I have noticed that any fat on the upper chest (including those that is refered to as ‘moobs’) will spread out and under the armpits when the body is horizontal.

I have a case of the ‘magical reappearing fleshbags’ whenever I sit up. I go from horizontal almost-boychest to vertical “goodness, diminuative tits!” And I’m pretty sure I can fit into the larger starter bras (I just haven’t tried). I know I’d be in those in the US because the sizings for US boobs are bigger (US AA is approx. UK A etc.)

CassandraSays
CassandraSays
8 years ago

The sizing thing is so weird. I’m not quite sure why it isn’t the same from the UK to the US, but it isn’t. And then you get into Japanese sizing and it’s off by a cup size again (at the upper end at least), so a British E cup becomes a Japanese F cup.

(I also feel like American bras are made for a much longer torso than American bras, because full-cup American bras in my size come up almost to my collarbones in the front. Like, technically it’s the right size and you can tell in the middle of the cup area, but the cups just extend much too far on me? This is why I never buy American bras.)

lowquacks
lowquacks
8 years ago

@CWS

It is very possible that I’ve been distracted rather than concentrating on the exact behaviour of the boobs in question while making my observations, and, again, very small sample size.

We can all agree that young (or not!) dudes not expecting boobs to move outwards at all ever is pretty scary/ though, right?

CassandraSays
CassandraSays
8 years ago

American bras are made for a longer torso than British bras, I mean. I can type good, honest.

lowquacks
lowquacks
8 years ago

@CassandraSays

And the Australian system uses the odd “subtract c. 21 inches from the diameter in question” thing a lot of clothes use. Why 21″(-ish) though? Women’s pants, some men’s t-shirts, and a lot of kid’s stuff seems to do this.

CassandraSays
CassandraSays
8 years ago

I wish there was a good, short and succinct way to describe those expectations and explain how they’re not realistic that doesn’t marginalize anyone.

The reason lowquacks initial comment made me go “huh?” is that, like CWS said, I have a good friend who’s an A cup who constantly complains about the spreading issue because men have given her shit about it, precisely because they seem to think that it won’t happen with smaller boobs.

(As far as how implants behave when you lie down, I have no idea. I have friends who have them but I’ve never gotten naked and sweaty with any of them, so no sense of what happens when you move around, and who knows what kind of camera trickery, strategically placed tape, etc may be going in in porn.)

lowquacks
lowquacks
8 years ago

It is pretty unusual for it to not a be a thing, yeah. My first thought was just for women who don’t have boobs at all for whatever reason, really. My mum nearly had to have a masectomy recently so it was on my mind.

lowquacks
lowquacks
8 years ago

I was arguably just doing tumblr-level SJ pedantry though.

Creative Writing Student
Creative Writing Student
8 years ago

I have a very snuggly relationship with my friends, male and female, who have had various quantities of chest fat. It aaaaaaaaaaaall spreads into the armpits. You can tell if someone lies down without a bra.

As for porn, I suspect they use CGI to remove all the scaffolding. 😛

lowquacks
lowquacks
8 years ago

Alright, maybe our near-virginal 19-year-old dude was a little wrong in his slight inclusiveness-adding correction about boobs. It’s to be expected, surely? Thanks all.

I did try CWS’s bit out with my own chest but I don’t think I really have enough fat on it to notice anything much.

Unimaginative
Unimaginative
8 years ago

Depending on the make & model of bra, my cup size ranges from DD to I. Seriously, eye. Aye. I. I can’t even… So yeah. Looking forward to losing the next forty pounds, hopefully much of which will be from my chest. And REALLY looking forward to being able to buy a decent bra for less than $200.

CassandraSays
CassandraSays
8 years ago

Nah, I agree that “normal” isn’t a good word to use. I’m just trying to think of a similarly succinct way to convey the idea that this is something that one might often expect to see with bodies that have breasts, so, you know, expect it to happen more often than not.

CassandraSays
CassandraSays
8 years ago

@ Unimaginative

Do you know about Bravissimo? They’re not cheap, but they’re definitely not in the $200 a pop range either, and they only carry D cups and above.

katz
8 years ago

I should think “normal woman things” could imply “things that, if they are on a woman, are perfectly normal and not weird or a problem” (as in “that mole isn’t cancerous, it’s normal”), rather than “things that a woman must have to be normal.”

Of course not all boob-havers are women, either, so there’s that too.

Creative Writing Student
Creative Writing Student
8 years ago

@lowquacks

It wont work if you’re completely flatchested (eg scrawny cismale).

Actually, waitwaitwait. Presumably these young men who freak out about boob spreading are aware of the composition of human bodies (mostly muscle and fatty tissue), the texture of boobs (feels like fatty tissue), and the effects of gravity, right? How did they get to their late teens/early 20s without knowing what gravity does to fatty tissue? Do they think boobs are magic?!

(Small boob misconceptions can be forgiven as mine are *quick grope for SCIENCE!* mostly muscle, mammary tissue, and absorbed vexation, and they don’t spread that much because there isn’t a lot to spread…)

CassandraSays
CassandraSays
8 years ago

Do they think boobs are magic?!

It’s like how women don’t poop!

inurashii
inurashii
8 years ago

I prefer K-cups, myself.

*sips coffee*

Oh hey I missed an LBT sighting.

whataboutthemoonz
8 years ago

I am continually surprised by how little young men seem to know about women, given that they’re supposed to spend all their time thinking about lady bits.

whataboutthemoonz
8 years ago

My sister told me not to ever fart around her boyfriend because he thinks girls don’t fart 🙁

Unimaginative
Unimaginative
8 years ago

@ CassandraSays: I didn’t know about Bravissimo. It looks promising. Thank you 🙂

lowquacks
lowquacks
8 years ago

@whataboutthemoonz

Didn’t he have a mother or anything? I thought “some men think women don’t fart” was a joke.

katz
8 years ago

moonz: I hope you let one rip at the first opportunity!

CassandraSays
CassandraSays
8 years ago

@ Unimaginative

No problem! There are also a couple of British sellers on eBay that carry the same brands (new, not used) – this is a good one.

http://www.ebay.com/sch/belle-lingerie/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_from=&_ipg=&_trksid=p3686

drst
drst
8 years ago

@Amnesia – ecstatic! Seriously, that may be the best thing ever on Tumblr. Exactly what it says on the label! 😉