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MGTOWs prepare for Irma by imagining desperate women offering them sexual favors for food

Ready for Irma

By David Futrelle

The stunted human beings known as Men Going Their Own Way love to imagine apocalyptic scenarios in which women are forced to beg them for help, offering sexual favors for cans of beans.

Now, with something truly apocalyptic barreling into Florida, they’re … well, doing the exact same thing, with Florida-based MGTOWs boasting of their preparedness and mocking all those allegedly hapless women they think will soon be beating a path to their home fortresses in search of food and shelter.

In a post on the MGTOW subreddit on Friday, one MGTOW Redditor seemed positively eager for Irma to do its thing to Orlando.

Getting ready for the hurricane. (self.MGTOW) submitted 2 days ago by cleats4u I live in Orlando and we are supposed to get hit by Irma. I went through hurricane Andrew in Miami and it was no pick nick. All the single women riding the carousel on my street are all looking for men to help them. I'm like sweetie do you see me putting up my hurricane shutters sweating my ass off. Do you think I have time to help you? Where's all the guys at you fuck? It's all fun for the ladies until the shit hits the fan. Then Chad is no where to be found. I'll throw some food out in the yard for them if the power stays out and they look hungry. They can listen to my generator and know I'm in my air conditioned fortress.

I would be surprised if even one “single woman riding the carousel” has approached him to ask for anything at all.

Naturally, cleats4u’s fellow MGTOW Redditors agreed that women are a bunch of helpless hypocrites who talk tough but then have the gall to … sometimes depend on other people.

DangZagnut 98 points 2 days ago I'm in Florida too. I have noticed a reduction in feminist independent empowered women lately. permalinkembedsavereportgive goldreply [–]Paladin2903 84 points 2 days ago As soon as times get tough (war, natural disaster, economic crash, etc.), they immediately revert to the 1950's little helpless fawn/damsel in distress. This generally applies to even the most ravenous feminazi, unless she munches carpet and looks like a dude. As soon as times get good again (because MEN made them good) then they're "independent" and "empowered" women. Lol.

I’m sure if an when these guys accidentally set fire to their homes with their balky generators they will steadfastly refuse the help of emergency services, because relying on others for help is for pussies.

This fellow, meanwhile, imagines a fun and kicky Mad Max scenario that for some reason involves a great deal of macaroni.

DIXIE_WEHRWOLF 24 points 2 days ago All the women here are running around like the world is about to end. I guess they can't imagine living in a world without electricity, or running water, or having to walk somewhere instead of driving. I just gassed up the dirt bike, bought $60 worth of cheap macaroni and mosquito spray, and boarded up the windows. I won't be disappointed if the power goes out. I didn't get to go camping yet this summer!

Another fellow fantasizes about trading sandwiches for sex:

666 23 points 2 days ago The food is too generous. Let them suck cock for a sandwich - it's waht they do best!

I’m pretty sure most women would rather starve.

Which, apparently, is what most of those on the MGTOW subreddit would prefer for them as well.

DagonNaxos 43 points 2 days ago Give them nothing. They deserve nothing. Let em starve. Be safe and lock and load permalinkembedsavereportgive goldreply [–]mthrowaway52 5 points 1 day ago They can get a lead sandwich if they trespass.

And MGTOWs still try to convince people that their lady-hating cult is all about “self-improvement.” Nothing about these guys is new or improved.

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Rhuu - apparently an illiterati
Rhuu - apparently an illiterati
3 years ago

Ugh.

But actually, stay safe everyone in the path of Irma, including these asshats. But I hope they run out of fuel if they’re using their generators to blast the AC. Jerks.

magnesium
magnesium
3 years ago

lol at the guy planning to ruin his dirtbike in flooded streets while eating macaroni he can’t cook without electricity or running water. Truly these are the men who shall conquer the post apocalyptic hellscape of a hurricane disaster.

IgnoreSandra
3 years ago

These folks are so fucking privileged. I guess none of them have special food that needs to be refrigerated, medical support that demands power, or pills they need which they could run out of (Hi, I’m not going off my meds). Or hell, pets that need specific temperature controlled environments (Snakes and fish, anyone?).

Also, this isn’t realistic. I don’t know a single woman who’d “Suck c*** for a sandwich”, no matter how hungry she was. What’s more likely to happen if he becomes known for hoarding food that other folk need to survive is that people are gonna break in and take it, and if he’s on his own, then he’s always got periods of vulnerability.

Also, MACARONI AND CHEESE? WHAT THE HELL? If you’ve got no electricity, you need things you can cook over a fire – soups, grilled things, stuff of that nature. And if you have limited electricity, a crock pot is your best bet. Most foods make tolerable stew or soup when cooked long enough.

PeeVee the (Perpetually Ignored, Invisible but Noice) Sarcastic
PeeVee the (Perpetually Ignored, Invisible but Noice) Sarcastic
3 years ago

Morons.

Myriad
Myriad
3 years ago

Oh for Pete’s sake. Most women who live in hurricane prone areas know what to do and what provisions to buy for emergencies. I have quite a few family and friends who live in Florida, and they have acquired everything they need if they are going to ride it out. They are boarding up their windows as we speak (which they had from the last hurricane) as well. No one is going to be seeking these toads out to be taken care of instead of preparing themselves. People may need to be rescued but not because they didn’t prepare.

Wishing those in Florida and elsewhere to remain safe.

Morgaine le Fée
Morgaine le Fée
3 years ago

They can listen to my generator

I’ve just read recommendation about not to use generators indoor because risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.
These MGTOW are so clever, as usual.

For all of you in the path of hurricanes, and other catastrophes: stay safe.

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
3 years ago

TIL that not only is living in a disaster zone exactly like camping, but that cheap mac & cheese is appropriate camping food.

King Mongo
King Mongo
3 years ago

The picture could not be more appropriate, as the front sight is mounted upside-down.

Arctic Ape
Arctic Ape
3 years ago

Don’t give them food or anything else. This just encourages their behavior.

Don’t feed the wild female or she will become a nuisance.

Fabe
Fabe
3 years ago

The picture could not be more appropriate, as the front sight is mounted upside-down.

Isn’t also backwards as well?

Dan Kasteray
Dan Kasteray
3 years ago

This may seem like a weird question but do any of the regulars here have apocalypse fantasies?

Not literally like these migtow weirdos but for example; me, when I play the fallout games I’m hunting down slavers and taking the fight to Caesars proto fascist legion.

I know in a real apocalypse I’ll become a skeleton fast but at least in safe fiction I try to realize myself as a force for justice like an idealized superhero. My fallout storylines never involve me trading sex for stims

frances
frances
3 years ago

I hope Dixie_Wehrwolf enjoys eating his raw crunchy macaroni and powdered cheese when his water and power go out. Should have stocked up on pre-cooked hot dogs instead. All you have to do is toast those over a fire on a stick.

kupo
kupo
3 years ago

@Dan
Not really fantasies but I think about things like, “If I need to scavenge for my own food, there are a bunch of wild roses over in this area that can provide some vitamins” and stuff like that.

weirwoodtreehugger: chief manatee

How does Cleats know that the single women on his block are riding the carousel? Is he lurking around their windows with binoculars or something?

These MGTOW also seems to be overestimating how apocalyptic this storm is. A lot of the power outages will be probably be short term in the places not getting the direct hit. There are also shelters and aid organizations. It’s not going to get to a so desperate for food that women have to suck cock to eat kind of place. As much as MGTOW hope otherwise.

Pie
Pie
3 years ago

The Chad is no where to be found

A few interesting things here.

– You don’t see them hoping that Chad is desparate for help, food and shelter. They don’t want to see their supposed nemesis brought low. They don’t imagine that all the time Chad spent boning sluts instead of disaster preparation will come back to haunt him. They don’t fantasize about serving him a lead sandwich. Bros before hoes, eh, MGTOWs?

– Surely Chad will be taking some or more of the ladeeeez with him? I can’t imagine a Thundercock going without, just because of a little hurricane.

– What happened to all the beta orbiters? You’d expect a weakling bluepill friendzoned cuck to be building up his shelter for all the ladies who aren’t ever going to sleep with him/are after all his money to pay for Chad’s kids.

Nequam
Nequam
3 years ago

Morgaine: so this could be a self-correcting problem?

Perry
Perry
3 years ago

I’m sure we all know that MGTOWs are full of crap, but I’ll say this: I live in Tampa. Things are about to hit the fan here real fast. Believe me, women aren’t running around in a panic. It’s disturbing and telling that the MGTOWs would use a natural disaster to spew their nonsense.

Pie
Pie
3 years ago

Also, regarding the responses to mr. mac’n’cheese… why do you need power to cook stuff? That’s what gas burners are for. There’s plenty to ridicule him for, but that seems like a bit of an odd one.

IgnoreSandra
3 years ago

@Morgaine

I’ve just read recommendation about not to use generators indoor because risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.

I’m kinda surprised there are people who don’t know this. Any kind of gas-powered engine outputs carbon monoxide in its exhaust, and generators are gas powered. But then my dad is kind of a mechanical guru, so yeah.

On the topic of power outages, back when Irma was projected to hit my family, we were preparing for two to three weeks of a power outage. Even if you had no food at all, you’re going to survive for a week. You won’t be happy at all and it won’t be good for you, but you’re likely to survive.

PaganReader - Misandrist Spinster

@Pie
It depends on whether he has a gas or electric stove.

Pie
Pie
3 years ago

@PaganReader
…or if he has a portable gas stove for camping, which seems plausible, no?

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

I’m a fan of hexamine blocks. They’re little tablets that burn really hot so you can cook in emergencies. I mainly use them for making tea when I’m out and about in the middle of nowhere. But I highly recommend them for emergencies. You can just put them under a tin of beans for instance.

Bubbles
Bubbles
3 years ago

Apparently macaroni dude can’t imagine going anywhere without driving either since he gassed up his bike.

Pie
Pie
3 years ago

Also a useful ingredient for making your own plastic explosives. The more you know, eh?

Verily Baroque
Verily Baroque
3 years ago

@Alan:

I’m a fan of hexamine blocks. They’re little tablets that burn really hot so you can cook in emergencies. I mainly use them for making tea

This has to be the most British thing anyone has ever put in writing… 😉

Iseult The Idle
Iseult The Idle
3 years ago

Wow, these guys sound really scared of women.

Miss Edgy Nation
Miss Edgy Nation
3 years ago

@frances

It’s just as well that Mr Macaroni On A Dirt Bike isn’t toasting hot dogs on a stick. He sounds dumb enough to use an oleander branch and poison himself.

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
3 years ago

@Pie

Have you made box mac ‘n cheese lately? It calls for milk and margarine/butter as ingredients. Good luck with those when your only equipment is a camping stove.

bekabot
bekabot
3 years ago

Also, MACARONI AND CHEESE? WHAT THE HELL?

(+ all the other comments to the same effect)

There you hear the cry of the Eternal Child. Inside he’s still 4 years old and still squalling: “Someday I’m gonna get BIG and I’m gonna be my OWN BOSS and I’m gonna get to eat ALL THE MACARONI AND CHEESE I WANT — so THERE.” {Pout ensues.}

Besides, this can’t be a coincidence.

Can it? What do you think?

Moggie
Moggie
3 years ago

You’re all assuming macaroni guy is going to eat the stuff. But maybe he plans to use his downtime to make macaroni art?

Haise, the husky puppy
Haise, the husky puppy
3 years ago

Mgtow is all about self-improvement as a man!

DagonNaxos with 43 points

Give them [women] nothing. They deserve nothing. Let em starve.

That really sums up mgtows disgustingly nicely. Discussing people in need but really, they’d rather watch them all die.

On the lighter note,you guys! I finally contacted my cousin and nieces who lived in FL. They were living near Naples but left and are heading north (out of state). To all the FL mammothers, please please stay safe <3

BD
BD
3 years ago

Do these idiots’ mothers know they’re wasting battery power to post that crap? Do any of them work? Have they ever?

BD
BD
3 years ago

@bekabot I think you’re absolutely right.

Pie
Pie
3 years ago

@Policy of Madness

Have you made box mac ‘n cheese lately? It calls for milk and margarine/butter as ingredients. Good luck with those when your only equipment is a camping stove.

Again, you’re assuming that the guy in question is a total fucking idiot. The fact that he’s a total fucking asshole is kinda irrelevant to that fact. I’d be cautious about assuming that people are completely useless just because they are deeply unpleasant.

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
3 years ago

Again, you’re assuming that the guy in question is a total fucking idiot.

I’m assuming that the power goes out, and he is making the same assumption. Your mac ‘n cheese made with just water (and possibly not even potable water) after the power has been out long enough for the apocalypse to start is going to taste like ass. What genius are you ascribing to him that would allow him to bypass this problem?

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ verily

Heh, well you know what we’re like. 🙂

https://youtu.be/7lpN-3-SaHs

(I refreshed my first aid certificate recently and the instructor made a thing about “Stop giving people f**king cups of tea!”. Apparently it’s not the best treatment for a traumatic amputation. I love learning new stuff like that.)

@ pie

Ooh, I didn’t know that. But I can well believe it. They can do a mini China Syndrome if you’re not careful about what you put them on.

(What’s the other ingredients? Asking for a friend.)

Ledasmom
Ledasmom
3 years ago

I’m thinking that, if he had thought this through, boxed mac and cheese is not what he would have gotten. No reason it can’t be made edible with non-perishable ingredients – olive oil and powdered milk – I’m just not sure that’s where his brain went.
Not sure what I would get under the circumstances; up here, power outages generally involve cold temperatures, not humidity and floods, so pancake/bannock ingredients generally get us through (gas stove). Maybe canned meat, potatoes or potato flakes, canned veg, root vegetables which hold well without a fridge, and condiments – you can go a while with pretty boring food if there’s mustard or hot sauce or ketchup to put on it. Dried milk. Lots of ziplock bags to keep dry stuff dry. Sugar. Tea or coffee, or whatever else one puts in boiled water to make it tasty. Oil.
I wonder if the gentleman in question has thought about protecting his mac stash from water. He could end up sitting in a soup of orange water and crunchy mac.

me and not you
me and not you
3 years ago

I mean, not defending mac and cheese guy (that is not my go to hurricane food) but I make the powdered stuff with just water all the time. It’s better with butter and milk, but just fine with water.

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
3 years ago

Not sure what I would get under the circumstances

If I were expecting rescue within a week (and I would be, under these circumstances) I would stock up on pre-cooked canned food and bottled water. The bottled water is the most important bit, because an ordinarily-healthy person can survive much longer than a week on no food, but not without drinkable water. A can opener and a spoon completes my pantry. No need for even a camping stove.

Pie
Pie
3 years ago

@Policy of Madness

What genius are you ascribing to him that would allow him to bypass this problem?

Do you suppose that you’re a genius, that you know these things?

Again: stop assuming that someone is a total fucking idiot, just because they’re a total fucking asshole.

Underestimating your opponent is foolish. So don’t do that.

Your mac ‘n cheese […] is going to taste like ass.

That would mean nothing to a man prepared to eat seagull.

Weasel-Rah
Weasel-Rah
3 years ago

It’s not the power that’s the issue with the macaroni, it’s that you need potable water to cook it. In a flooding situation that becomes a pretty desireable commodity very fast. Not a great idea for survival food.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ POM

because an ordinarily-healthy person can survive much longer than a week on no food,

We’ve always been taught “3 minutes without air, 3 days without water, 3 weeks without food”. Apparently that is a pretty reliable guide for survival, across a surprisingly wide range of environments.

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
3 years ago

Again: stop assuming that someone is a total fucking idiot, just because they’re a total fucking asshole.

Sooo … I’m saying that mac ‘n cheese is a poor choice for survival food, and you’re saying … what? That it totally is a great choice because of reasons? And this guy is brilliant to make this choice over spam?

I’m baffled as to the premises underlying your point.

Pie
Pie
3 years ago

@Alan Robertson

(What’s the other ingredients? Asking for a friend.)

Very strong fuming nitric acid is an important one, unfortunately. You can make it from household ingredients, depending on the sort of household you live in, but it isn’t much fun to work with.

Pie
Pie
3 years ago

@Policy of Madness

Sooo … I’m saying that mac ‘n cheese is a poor choice for survival food, and you’re saying … what? That it totally is a great choice because of reasons? And this guy is brilliant to make this choice over spam?

Please point to where I said it was a great choice.

Take your time.

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
3 years ago

Please point to where I said it was a great choice.

You keep saying he’s not an idiot. His choice of mac ‘n cheese is being used to conclude that he is one. So this implies that you believe his choice is not idiotic.

It’s time for you to either stfu or say straight out what your premises actually are, because I’m not playing this “guess what I mean” game with you any longer.

Pie
Pie
3 years ago

@Policy of Madness

You keep saying he’s not an idiot. His choice of mac ‘n cheese is being used to conclude that he is one. So this implies that you believe his choice is not idiotic.

Apart from his misogynistic fantasies and peculiar choice of diet, he’s showed no outward signs of being a fucking idiot. He’s not enthusing about seagulls, for example.

You’ve come up with a handful of simple, obvious ways in which mr mac’n’cheese’s plan could go wrong. You seem to be unable to imagine that he might have considered them too. I am patiently pointing out that this might not have a very sound basis.

It’s time for you to either stfu

You seem to be having serious problems a) reading the simple point I’ve made, clearly, more than once, and b) considering the possibility that you have shaky assumptions.

The fact that you are not a MGTOW speaks well of you, but it doesn’t make you infallible.

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
3 years ago

You seem to be having serious problems a) reading the simple point I’ve made, clearly, more than once, and b) considering the possibility that you have shaky assumptions.

Put up or shut up: what are your premises for concluding that “this guy is an idiot” is an unwarranted conclusion, based on the information we have?

Pie
Pie
3 years ago

@Policy of Madness

what are your premises for concluding that “this guy is an idiot” is an unwarranted conclusion, based on the information we have?

What makes you think you are so much vastly more intelligent that him, other than the fact you’re not an MGTOW?

Put up or shut up:

What makes you think you can dictate terms to me, just because you’re irritated?

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
3 years ago

@Pie

So basically you have no premises and no logical operation for your conclusion and you’re just spouting off nonsense for no reason.

Good we’ve cleared this up. Great discussion.

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