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How to Hate and Envy Every Single Person in the World, PUAhate edition

Some guys get all the chicks
Some guys get all the chicks

The regulars at PUAhate.com – we’ve met them before — are a strange and bitter bunch. Most seem to be self-loathing so-called “incels” who blame their lack of romantic and sexual success on their average or below-average looks. Rejecting the basic premise of the pickup artist crowd – that average guys can transform themselves into suave lotharios by mastering manipulative pickup formulas – the PUAhate regulars tend to be true believers in what they somewhat pretentiously call “looks theory,” the odd and obviously untrue notion that women only date men with “male model” looks.

As one PUAhater put it recently:

PUA makes you think that all your problems are because of your personality/behaviour – i.e. things you can control. So when you keep failing, it means that YOU are fucking up and doing things wrong

the reality is that many of us just lost the genetic lottery. we are ugly, the wrong race, the wrong height etc, and that fucked us up. there is NOTHING we can do about it

So, naturally, the PUAhaters spend a lot of their time jealous of tall, good-looking men for their supposed monopoly on the women of the world — whom they also hate.

But the strange thing is that the PUAhaters pretty much hate everyone else as well. They get angry when guys they consider ugly score “hot chicks.” They get angry when guys who are good-looking but not male models get attention from “really hot girls.” And so on, and so on, and so on.

Indeed, many of the regulars seem to walk around in a perpetual state of rage, angry at each and every man who’s managed to pair up with a woman, not to mention the women as well.

One regular recently described his “day from hell” to his comrades:

To start the day I saw a couple where it was an average White guy with an OBESE Asian girl. They were walking around acting like they were trying to prove shit. LMAO. I wanted to kick the guy in the fucking nuts for dating that landwhale. If you’re going to use the racial advantage, at least date a girl who is under 300lbs. Later I go to the gym and see the same tall guys I usually do. Even if I had a good face, how the fuck do you compete with guys who are fucking 6’4”?

Then at the gym there’s this good looking White guy there talking to this Asian dude about how Asian girls are easy and how they approach him. To make things worse after that these fucking frat douchebags come in with their girlfriends to show off . Then to cap off the day a girl I used to know from freshman year walks right past me without even saying anything. I used to fucking live next door to this bitch and now she doesn’t even say anything and acts like a pretentious cunt. She’s an Indian girl dating a White dude lmao. Days like today make you wonder why you even still try in the first place.

Of course, as I’ve mentioned before, most of those posting on PUAhate don’t actually seem to be ugly by anyone’s standards but their own, at least judging from the pictures of themselves they sometimes post to the site, which reveal them to be mostly average-looking guys, with some of the regulars even quite conventionally handsome.

But evidently they would rather believe that they have “lost the genetic lottery” rather than face a more obvious explanation for why the girls don’t like them: because they’re shallow, self-obsessed assholes who hate themselves and hate women and radiate their bitterness from every pore. (And some are even creepier than this, like this pedophile – sorry, ephebophile – who’s angry at me personally because unlike him I don’t chase after 15-year-olds. Link NSFW.)

The PUAhaters often talk about getting surgeries to “correct” their supposed genetic flaws. They would do far better to spend that money on therapy.

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Falconer
7 years ago

What came out last year is that he was working the crowd; apparently trying to be photographed.

He apparently grabbed/kissed several women, and when the photo was taken he stopped.

Creepy x 10.

Not sure if creepier than the London camcorder creep.

Falconer
7 years ago

Awright, brain bleach!

How is that gorgeous young woman keeping from tipping over?

KathleenB
KathleenB
7 years ago

Howard Bannister: When it’s moving properly, I try to stretch and stuff, but I’ve found that when the pain is weather related, movement can be counterproductive. Especially, for some reason, the wild fluctuations in temperature and precipitation we’ve had of late – one day raining and in the forties, gale and winter weather warnings that night, snow and temps in the twenties the next day.

I suppose the electric steroid delivery method would negate my needle objections, but I think it might raise others! Was it painful?

Howard Bannister
7 years ago

@Kathnleen:

The first time was MEGA WEIRD. It felt like it was burning. After that it was just like a harsh tingling. Not painless, but not really painful either. And I’m a big wimp about needles, so I was definitely not going any route that involved needles.

And OMG the fluctuating weather. I feel like I’ve got a permanent sinus headache this month.

pecunium
7 years ago

Falconer: And about assessing gunshots: I’m sure that GIs in WWII got to be experts at discerning what was harassment shelling and when a big barrage was coming. Tell the truth, I’m very glad being able to tell what weapons fire I have to worry about is not in my skill set.

I understand that gladness.

What you learn is what’s “addressed to you” and what’s not. “general delivery” is problematic if you are in the neighborhood, but sort of shrugged off if it’s “the next block over”.

To tell a sort of, “war story” I was playing some paintball, and I was in a shallow depression. We were taking fire. My friends were behind a log; safe as houses. I was pretty much face down in the grass. I was having a casual conversation with them about what to do. Afterwards (we were dead by then. Someone on the other team understood how to establish a base of fire and we were flanked), they asked how I could just have a chat. I said it was easy, there was no way that guy could hit me, so it wasn’t something to worry about.

That’s the, “skill” I never really expected to have.

freemage
freemage
7 years ago

I’m personally willing to give Lady Liberty the benefit of the doubt and assume that consent is involved, and Justice just kinda likes the blindfold.

Molly Moon
Molly Moon
7 years ago

C’mon guys, how’s Liberty gonna violate Justice’s boundaries? Even if Liberty’s only interested in liberty for Liberty, Justice would TOTALLY get justice after the fact and Justice may be blind but Liberty ain’t stupid.

By the way, why is Justice wearing a blindfold if she’s already blind? Shouldn’t it be sunglasses, if anything? I guess she could just be stylish?

Deoridhe
7 years ago

Oh wow, the Lady Liberty kissing Justice picture is awesome!

KathleenB
KathleenB
7 years ago

Howard: Did it help? It’s not really an option for me at the moment, what with the ‘no insurance’ thing, but I’m curious! (no insurance is also the reason my stretches are slightly modified basic barre exercises from my distant ballet classes)

Falconer
7 years ago

C’mon guys, how’s Liberty gonna violate Justice’s boundaries? Even if Liberty’s only interested in liberty for Liberty, Justice would TOTALLY get justice after the fact and Justice may be blind but Liberty ain’t stupid.

*is pretzel*

cloudiah
7 years ago

I want to help keep this thread going, so can someone please promise to remind me to post this example of “Shit My Students Write” the next time we have a troll spouting assdata?

http://shitmystudentswrite.tumblr.com/post/45837650715/mental-work-cited

(too lazy to html)

Molly Moon
Molly Moon
7 years ago

Freemage:

Reading our comments next to each other I feel awkward not acknowledging yours inspired mine. Mine’s more similar to yours than I thought lol

Good comment buddy *thumbs up*

Howard Bannister
7 years ago

@Kathleen: Here… I am less helpful.

I got better.

I don’t know if it was all the exercises, the exercises combined with the PT’s feedback, all that combined with the treatment, all that combined with the prescription-strength Naproxen I was taking…… I had all these multiple therapies, and together they took about three months to restore my hip to feeling like I had no bursitis at all in there. (it’s still in there, of course, just at bay–I’ve been slacking on my stretches, and I’m feeling little twinges this week)

Marie
Marie
7 years ago

@freemage

I’m personally willing to give Lady Liberty the benefit of the doubt and assume that consent is involved, and Justice just kinda likes the blindfold.

I give her the benefit of the doubt too 🙂

freemage
freemage
7 years ago

Molly: High five!

Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

“Argenti: It’s worse than that. It was always known he just grabbed her; it was presented as, “spontaneous”. What came out last year is that he was working the crowd; apparently trying to be photographed.

He apparently grabbed/kissed several women, and when the photo was taken he stopped.”

Fucking fuckity fuck fuck. And we turned that photo, the result of a series of sexual assaults, into a symbol of…of what exactly? The beauty of soldiers coming home?

Thanks though, sponge brain now has a “did you know” for why I hate that photo!

The Kittehs' Unpaid Help

Historophilia – I pinched the background pic off the net, but it was taken on a sunny day, by the look of it. I twiddled the contrast a bit trying to make Sir fit better, but it’s not hugely different. The sun does get that bright here in summer. 🙂

pecunium
7 years ago

Argenti: Fucking fuckity fuck fuck. And we turned that photo, the result of a series of sexual assaults, into a symbol of…of what exactly? The beauty of soldiers coming home?

A sense of liberation: the end of war, resumption of peace, freedom from something. It wasn’t about soldiers/seamen, etc. It’s just the two uniforms happened to catch iconic images of what the war which was ending was about.

Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Even more fucked…let’s show liberation with a picture of sexual assault! I mean, I get that women’s liberation, as a term, was another decade+ off, but fuck if that isn’t one layer of shit cake after another. (I really should stop with the metaphorical shit foods huh?)

Falconer
7 years ago

Maybe I shouldn’t piss in your punchbowl any more, Argenti, but if the photo represented liberation, it represented it only for white folks. All the black soldiers came back to Colored Water Fountains.

Now I’m wondering if any scholarship has been done on how much impetus and support the Civil Rights movement got from black veterans.

Falconer
7 years ago

Crappit, the Armed Forces had plenty of non-black minorities, including Native Americans, Japanese, and latin@. Sorry not to mention those guys, but segregation was the first thing that came to mind and we don’t need a wall of text.

pecunium
7 years ago

Falconer: It’s pretty well accepted that the World Wars, and the various effects of being overseas (as in WW1 France were black units were treated just like any other; when they were attached to French Commands) was a strong impetus to the Civil RIghts movement; as was Truman’s integration order.

KathleenB
KathleenB
7 years ago

Howard: I can do stretching, when it won’t make things worse. No insurance means that PT and injected steroids are out, and naproxen only makes the menstrual cramps go away (a noble calling, and much appreciated, but not so much help with the hip). So I do what I can with what I’ve got, and see if my doc finds anything. I do think that having the vicodin and flexaril would help so muchover the weekend , but evidently she felt differently. sigh

MrB has to sleep on the couch until I can cope without keeping the bed heated, my student loans got screwed up and ate our tax refund, and I managed a whole TWO HOURS of sleep last night. I has a ton red sad, and can’t let the cats climb all over me, because they somehow drive their paws right into the sore spots.

Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

“All the black soldiers came back to Colored Water Fountains.”

You know, sometimes I’m glad that my sponge brain fails to collate dates. Involutionary sterilization was still happening too, at least for Native Americans.

Might as wall o’ text it though. This can hit 1,500 comments if we try!

In better, more random things, I just got done redoing my planted / snail tank. DIY sponge filter, dug it all up and laid fertiziler (yep, aquatic fertiziler is a thing, it’s basically the clay bed you’ll find in most rivers) — removed the in tank filter, and the hang on back that was off but I was avoiding dealing with…its intake spout is now floating around because there’re 5~ clutches of snail eggs on it. Got a proper CO2 diffuser hooked up, still refuse to buy CO2 canisters, that’s what yeast and sugar are for…

Pecunium — can I brew anything in my yeast, sugar and water container? Or not? The CO2 is escaping, or rather, being piped into the planted tank, so idk? And you brew stuff, so yeah, thoughts?

CL
CL
7 years ago

@Marie

You’re welcome! Sorry you ran into a bad PT. They are out there, unfortunately.

pecunium
7 years ago

Argenti: Can you? Yes. Should you? Maybe. Whatever you brew needs to be brewed in a sterile environment. To keep it that way you need a some form of gas trap (which I presume you are using, but you don’t need; for your present purpose). I suppose the tank itself could function as one.

What sized brewing vessel are you using? What do you like to drink? (and no, making your own whisk(e)y isn’t practical, quite apart from it being illegal, even for personal use).

Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Pecunium — ah, right, dumb me forgot that hard liquor, of any variety, would be moonshine and illegal…no vodka either…

But yeah, I’ve got a liter bottle tubed into a vitamin water bottle and then the tank — limits the risk of back siphon, seeing how I’d rather not have my tank drain out on the floor. It basically looks like this — http://thenemosomen.com/page3/lower-center4.gif — except I used a printer toner box to make the mess less of a mess. Also, that diffusion method is a major waste, I’d been using a DIY bell jar type thing, got a plastic diffuser that does the same thing but isn’t a bottle floating in my tank, that looked silly.

Guess brewing anything with it isn’t really practical though. Still, can’t wait to see how it looks when it settles, my little ecosystem is coming along nicely and I do hope I managed to replant everything.

And I’m babbling about my tanks, again.

pecunium
7 years ago

You are making the basis for distilling “cane liquor”. With bread yeast it will be about 4-5 percent alcohol. Not very tasty either. If you get champagne yeasts you will have longer between instances of needing to recharge the generator. If you wanted to brew (beer/mead/wine) you need 6 gallon carboy. Beer is not great, because the early part of beer brewing often has foam running out of the brewing vessel (this is how one gets local strains of yeast, since the “barm” has yeast in it) and you don’t want that going into the tank.

So meads/wines/sugar mash are what you would be working with. Wine is pricey (grape juice isn’t free), and distilling isn’t hard, just illegal. It’s not something the feds are going to track you down for, if you are making it for personal use, but anything but rum/cincaca/vodka/gin has storage issues.

pecunium
7 years ago

So, even if you don’t plan to brew, it might be worth getting some high attentuation yeasts, so as to be able to spend less time refreshing the CO2 maker.

Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Pecunium — one more issue, I can’t refrigerate the results. Period.

My mother’s okay with me having alcohol in the house, but I absolutely cannot let me father know. And fair enough, not like I want to be paying for my alcoholic father’s booze!

So yeah, wine or beer could sorta work, but neither is all the good at room temp. Well, in theory, I don’t mind room temp wine. I haven’t room for 6 gallons though, so unless champagne can be done is smaller batches, or I want to risk making methanol, it isn’t practical.

Think I can use the, um, cane liquor for anything though? Pouring it down the drain seems like such a waste. Also, high attenuation yeast, where do I get such things?

Kitteh — now that is just entirely unseasonal! Oh wait…it was just the autumn equinox down there huh? Enjoy your leaves then!

The Kittehs' Unpaid Help

LOL it’s unseasonal everywhere! I was trawling through old unfinished pics and chose this one to play with.

We just had the equinox (and are due more stinkin’ hot weather this week RAAAARRRRRRRRRR) but there aren’t any places with leaves like that where I live. There’s a town called Bright that’s famous for its autumn foliage, but it’s a train-and-coach trip and I think it’s one of those places you really need a car to be able to see properly.

However when autumn comes at Home, we’ll certainly get the chance to play in leaves like this!

Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Y’all don’t get proper autumn leaves? I guess I’m spoiled by New England’s leaves huh?

Enjoy the ones you do get though!

The Kittehs' Unpaid Help

I always envy the autumn leaves you get in the northern hemisphere! Our native trees are pretty much evergreen. Eucalypts shed all year round and their leaves just turn brown, no colour at all. The grey-green look of the bush (or in summer, the burnt-toast look) was one of the things that depressed a lot of the early colonists here; it’s not at all colourful if you’re used to the European landscape. What colour we have is from introduced species, but even then, Melbourne isn’t awash with the sort of trees that turn red or bright yellow. Most of our street trees are elms or planes (type of sycamore). They look lovely in autumn but it doesn’t compare with the type of colours you get up north. Apart from anything else, our autumns just don’t have the very sharp cold nights needed to get that sort of colour; our weather is more temperate and is getting warmer. I would SO love to see Vermont, frex. I time my trips north to be in autumn in the hope that I’ll get to see some reds and golds!

Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Pittsburgh only sort of manages the leaf change. It happens, but they start to fall so fast after. Here it tends to be a month of yellow trees, it’s gorgeous. And the only thing I missed while in Pittsburgh (versus, you know, everything about Pittsburgh *sigh*)

The Kittehs' Unpaid Help

It’s pretty fast in Illinois, too, from what my friends have said. When I visited they were all “Don’t turn yet, you stupid leaves, she hasn’t arrived!”

This was probably the best colour I saw, at Lowden State Park. (I’m using this version of the photo ‘cos that’s where my other bff saw Himself – first time she had, I think.)

Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Those trees are beautiful. One problem though, Mr. K’s right arm is suffering a photoshop disaster. Either he has extremely slender forearms, or he’s lost bits.

Sorry, I don’t mean to be nitpicking, but the anatomy issue there is bugging me! (Easy fix? Take the bit of sleeve on the outside and reverse it)

Sorry *runs away* lol, I’m going to bed anyways, but yeah, corner of shame, I go to it now

The Kittehs' Unpaid Help

LOL I’ll have a look! It’s a couple of years since I did that pic, so I don’t remember whether it’s one I had to do much cutting and pasting on. It might have been given weird photoshop treatment before I ever got to it. 😀

Niters!

pecunium
7 years ago

Argenti: Think I can use the, um, cane liquor for anything though? Pouring it down the drain seems like such a waste. Also, high attenuation yeast, where do I get such things?

Brewing supplies. Champagne yeast is one. It basically means it will survive with more alcohol in the mix. About all the fermented cane is good for is a cheap buzz, or distilling. If you think of drinking it out of the fermenter, make sure you use clean equipment, and get some bentonite to clarify it.

You could also look into getting a methanol license, and make your own “denatured” alcohol for spirit lamps, etc. If you are using commercial yeasts, and food sugars, making methanol isn’t likely to happen at fermentation strengths. It shows up in distillations; as a result of contaminants.

Falconer
7 years ago

Apropos of nothing,

DALEKS ARE NOT ROBOTS STOP LUMPING THEM IN WITH ROBOTS DAMMIT

Have a nice day.

joanimal
joanimal
7 years ago

Of course Daleks are robots.

ro – bot: ro from the Latin rota (rotation or wheel) and bot from the Greek botane (botany or plant). Since they evolved from plants and run around on wheels, that makes them robots.

QED

joanimal
joanimal
7 years ago

I forgot to mention I used the following as a reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Greek_and_Latin_roots_in_English

Shadow
Shadow
7 years ago

@joanimal

Since they evolved from plants

Really? Did this come up within some context, or is it just some bizarre backstory they decided to give them? I haven’t watched much of the pre-reboot Who, so I’m pretty ignorant of the Whoverse

Howard Bannister
7 years ago

Oh, like anybody actually remembers the difference between a cyborg and a robot… they all have metal parts, that’s what’s important!!

(gets shot at by an angry RoboCop)

On second thought this is a Very Important distinction.

joanimal
joanimal
7 years ago

Nah, it’s a joke…take any word and give it inappropriate greek/latin roots. Since the closest root to bot was bota, I made up the bit about evolved from plants.

Howard Bannister
7 years ago

PS: speaking of the different between cyborgs and robots, and picking back up the webcomics thread, who follows Manly Guy Doing Manly Things?

It’s cool. Deconstructing machismo in video games.

Relevant.

Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Daleks are mutated Kaleds, I think. In any case there’s a weird tentacled green thing in there. Is cyborg, not robot.

Pecunium — I’ll look into brewing yeast after coffee, I could certainly use a longer lasting yeast! And yeah, the sugar is my standard baking stuff. I’d need sterile glass though I guess. Ehh, ponder it after coffee.

Falconer
7 years ago

@Howard: That’s really funny. Bookmarked!

Yes, the Dalek creature mutated from a humanoid because of a centuries-long war on their home planet. We occasionally got a glimpse of the actual Dalek before 2005’s “Dalek” came along and gave us a great big whopping eyeful.

What we usually see is their travel machine, which is armored and armed and very much like a tiny tank that can fly now, and suffers from the law of conservation of ninjitsu.

The Kittehs' Unpaid Help

First time I saw the mutated Dalek clearly was in The Five Doctors, back in the 80s. That was a fun show, but oh, it was sad that Cardinal (now President) Borusa had turned bad and came to a nasty end!

Also I thought that making Rasillon look like a cross between Genghis Khan and a mutton-chopped sergeant major was weird.

Falconer
7 years ago

@Kittehs’: Yeah, Borusa came to a bad end.

Gotta watch all that Time Lord power. I guess it corrupts in a special Time Lord way that regular power doesn’t.