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Red Piller: Evil girlfriends will fatten you up to make you unsexy then dump you for a sexier guy because THAT makes total sense, right?

It’s a TRAP!

By David Futrelle

Beware of women bearing potato chips, because they’re out to kill your sexy, sexy body and make you, like, a fatty. Especially beware when the woman in question is your longterm girlfriend, because this is all a devious plot to kill her feelings of attraction towards you because secretly all women want boyfriends they don’t think are attractive, or something.

Sorry, I’m having a little trouble understanding this latest theory from the Red Pill subreddit. So let’s go through it in detail and see if it makes more sense the second time around.

“Food is a trap. Don’t fall for it,” the Red Piller known as NorthEasternNomad declared in a recent post.

[A longterm] partner will almost always try and “fatten you up.” But that makes me less attractive, you say. Why would she want that?

Simple: It reduces your SMV [Sexual Market Value].

Ok, it’s still not making sense yet, but let’s hear this dingus out.

Validation is sex for women. Its their primary need, in terms of what they get from men. Sex itself is secondary; its the validation they are after.

Huh. This sounds just a teensy bit like the sort of thing guys tell themselves when they’re not very good at sex.

Meanwhile, SMV for men is determine by a LARGE margin, by physique. Thats not the ONLY factor, but is a BIG factor.

Yeah, if you get off of the Red Pill subreddit and into the real world for a few minutes you’ll notice rather quickly that women tend to be flexible on this point.

By “fattening you up” she is essentially taking you off the sexual market. Making it so that other women, are not even interested.

But, again, even if we accept the premise that fat or even slightly pudgy dudes are inherently unsexy to all women, which isn’t true, this makes no sense because it means the girlfriend in question doesn’t find you sexy either.

This gives her the power. It places your existence, within her frame.

Oh noes!

Think about if: If you are off the sexual market, Dread Game is impossible.

“Dread Game,” by the way, means manipulating a woman so she’s constantly worrying that you’ll leave her. It’s a favorite strategy of the Red Pillers, because at heart they’re a bunch of manipulative abusers (or manipulative abuser wannabes).

If no one wants your fat ass, she never needs to worry. The power dynamic shifts to favor her to an immense degree. But this also means you can never, ever make her tingle; if there’s no risk inherent in the relationship, no dread, her hamster has basically rolled over and gone to sleep…until someone ELSE wakes it up.

So her strategy is to make you fat and unattractive … then to move on to a new, non-fat guy? Why? Why go through all this trouble when she could simply have you in your original form?

Do not let her junk food fixation, become your way of life. She will try. SUbtly, at first. Desert night once per week. Then next thing you know, she’s buying potato chips and ice cream on every shopping run.

POTATO CHIPS ARE THE DEVIL!

Maybe she knows why she does it; more probably she doesn’t even understand her compulsion to fatten up her husband or long time partner. But the fact remains: The result is your removal from the sexual marketplace completely, the utter inability to use dread game, and her complete stranglehold on your sex life and the relationship as a whole.

This leads to staleness and boredom. A complete lack of emotional tingles. And we ALL know where the next step is from there.

In case anyone didn’t get what NorthEasternNomad was implying here, one of the commenters made a little diagram.

Get tingles > fuck > marry > lower partners smv > no more tingles > divorce > get tingles

Huh. Wouldn’t it be simpler to just do

Get tingles > fuck > marry > fuck more

In addition to everything else wrong with it, the Red Pill just seems needlessly complicated.

H/T — r/TheBluePill

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Tyke
Tyke
6 months ago

I have so many questions. Did the composer of this nonsense fall asleep during Hansel and Gretel porn or something? What is going on? Who has time for all this? Why would someone want their partner to be afraid and anxious? Who is phone?!

vomitinmothalittlebecauseofmrasetc
vomitinmothalittlebecauseofmrasetc
6 months ago

Just Desert Night, no doubt.

Big Titty Demon
Big Titty Demon
6 months ago

Meanwhile, SMV for men is determine by a LARGE margin, by physique.

But what? I thought that the evil gold-diggers were only after the monies and the status and that was why they are so morally bankrupt.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
6 months ago

If a woman is trying to fatten you up; check whether she lives in a gingerbread house. If so; get out of there!

Naglfar
Naglfar
6 months ago

I’m not fat or a man, but IIRC I heard somewhere that the majority of fatphobic discrimination was against women. I’m sure there is discrimination against fat men, but I’m not sure this plot could ever work even if it was real. Especially because I’ve seen a lot of fat men with skinny women but not nearly as many of the inverse, which would imply that being fat doesn’t lower a man’s desirability (or fictitious “smv”) as much as they think.

Dalillama
Dalillama
6 months ago

I think the whole thing hinges on the idea that women are instinct-driven automatons. The woman with a good man wants to keep him, so she instinctively fattens him up to keep other women away, but then, as an unforeseen side effect, she loses her own attraction to him moves on to a hotter guy to repeat the cycle.

epronovost
epronovost
6 months ago

I wonder what happens in this guy crazy conspiracy theory when a man says: I don’t want to eat junk food, I’m on a diet. My personnal theory is that a woman who buys deserts for her boyfriend and other kinds of salty, sugary or fat treats is doing so because she thinks her boyfriend will like those treats and she wants to please him. Is that so hard to believe?

Cyborgette
Cyborgette
6 months ago

WTF. This sounds like a porn parody of an obscure Stephen King story, or something.

Hypatia's Daughter
Hypatia's Daughter
6 months ago

epronovost
No, it’s more like:
“Good wives are supposed to serve the foods her man likes.” If she doesn’t, she’s a nagging, controlling bitch (just like his mother who wouldn’t let him eat dessert until he ate his peas.)
HE is the man of the house – HE decides what he eats!
But if he gets fat or sick from eating his favorite foods, she is a bad wife who served them an unhealthy diet. Because adult men are not responsible for the food they stuff in their face – women are.
Just another variation on Women being “damned if they do, and damned if they don’t”

Katherine the Adequate
Katherine the Adequate
6 months ago

Hmm. Maybe I fixate on spelling errors too much, but pretty much all I got out of this was I’m positive I’ve never offered my husband a desert. Not once.

He doesn’t really like Las Vegas, he isn’t disappointed he missed a chance to see the Grand Canyon once, and he doesn’t think St. George, UT is very pretty.

KindaSortaHarmless
KindaSortaHarmless
6 months ago

Wait, I thought these Red Pillocks wantedwomen to make them sammiches.

Naglfar
Naglfar
6 months ago

@Katherine the Adequate
If it makes you feel any better. I’ve never offered any partners deserts either. I just didn’t think people liked receiving deserts after dinner. Too dry and too much sand (or ice, in the case of Antarctica).

RaineyH
RaineyH
6 months ago

Hey David, glad to see this post. (People were getting worried earlier today.)

Stay safe, and give ’em hell.

Dormousing_it
Dormousing_it
6 months ago

@KindaSortaHarmless:

I was thinking much the same thing. I thought they wanted us back in the kitchen, whipping up those home-cooked meals.

Shows what I know.

There’s simply no pleasing them.

TacticalProgressive
TacticalProgressive
6 months ago

@Dormousing_it

I was thinking much the same thing. I thought they wanted us back in the kitchen, whipping up those home-cooked meals.

Shows what I know.

There’s simply no pleasing them.

And that is ultimately the crux of the problem. No matter what women do, or what these hate mongers claim, regardless of wither women “get back in the kitchen” (*urgh*) or booted out said kitchen to “keep men from being over fed and leaving them” (wut) or both bs notions at the same time and same or next breath: they will never be satisfied, content or happy.

These ‘reasons’ they give are weak and self-aggrandizing, bad faith rhetoric that serve as absurdly unrealistic goals women can never possibly hope to meet (or anyone really), even though frankly no women should have to feel obligated to fulfill just because of some men or group of men’s sour grapes.

All that is a feature of course, not a bug. And despite their claims to the contrary; it’s also the whole point.

They are sexist, misogynistic, male chauvinist, hate mongering, angry, selfish, self entitled, immature and toxic people with persecution complexes. They are miserable cry bullies and myopic misanthropes who’s whole goal, agenda, desires, intentions and thoughts begin and end with hurting and hating women.

The Cruelty is the point with such ilk. It has been such since time immeasurable, even though it should have been yeeted into the sun for just as long. This ilk fosters, feeds, broods and sustains this line of thinking and seek to universalize it as reality.

And at this point their talking points are just ephemeral nonsense and important rage and virulent hatred that has been spouted ad nausium.

Frustrates the hell out of me seeing this garbage still going on and on with this ilk.

Correction Automatique
Correction Automatique
6 months ago

I’m just amused that this dude is blaming his clear lack of willpower to abstain from eating the junk food, or simply being responsible enough to admit he enjoys it, eats it and owns it, on women. Unless, of course, the women in question all possess superior upper body strength and pin these dudes down force-feeding them cake and crisps against their will. I suppose what may be a horror show for some could be a fantasy for others, but once again junk food addicted red pill boi can’t get laid so it must be someone else’s fault. Sigh.

If the crisps exist in the house and a woman hasn’t bought them, are they really junk food?

Dormousing_it
Dormousing_it
6 months ago

@Correction Automatique:

Reminds me of my father blaming wife number 3 (& 5)* for him eating 14 chocolate chip cookies in one day. His reasoning: She baked them.

*My dad married the same woman twice, with some other poor, hapless lady in between.

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
6 months ago

As someone else said here on a recent “Best of” post: Validation is sex for women. Its their primary need, in terms of what they get from men. Sex itself is secondary; its the validation they are after. And having you focused solely on them, and no one else, provides them enormous amounts of validation. What they need beyond that, they will get by wearing low cut shirts to work and leaning over the cubicles of overweight office workers desperate for female attention, to make them drool a while.

Meanwhile, SMV for men is determine by a LARGE margin, by physique. Thats not the ONLY factor, but is a BIG factor. By “fattening you up” she is essentially taking you off the sexual market. Making it so that other women, are not even interested.

So validation (attention), not sex, is what women are after, and attention from an overweight male coworker helps to fulfill this need.

But attention from a boyfriend is no good unless he’s buff. Maybe being buff makes him a better listener??? This is why a woman will try to ruin a boyfriend’s buffness — so that no other woman wants him. Therefore he can’t take his attention elsewhere. But then his attention isn’t good enough for her because he’s no longer buff!

As you can see, women have no idea what they’re doing. Luckily, this guy has got it all figured out.

occasional reader
occasional reader
6 months ago

Validation is sex for women.

Next time i see a woman validating her transportation title, i will come behind her and murmur in her ear : “How was it, darling ? Happy ? Still tingling ?”
(Never do that at home, kids ! Its creepy and harassment ! Was just here for sarcasm value)

Anyways, it is obvious the woman fault, not the beer while watching sports on the couch all day.

Moggie
Moggie
6 months ago

@Katherine the Adequate:

Hmm. Maybe I fixate on spelling errors too much, but pretty much all I got out of this was I’m positive I’ve never offered my husband a desert. Not once.

It’s possible I’ve been playing Minecraft too much while stuck indoors, because my first thought was “hey, plenty of sand for making glass”.

Nanny Oggs Bosom
Nanny Oggs Bosom
6 months ago

Why do they enjoy sharing their ignorance with the world, do you think? Other than for validation, that is.

Naglfar
Naglfar
6 months ago

@Moggie
There’s not many trees, though, so I prefer the other biomes.

Correction Automatique
Correction Automatique
6 months ago

@dormousing_it

They sound like extraordinary cookies. Have you the recipe?

Sheila Crosby
6 months ago

I put on weight over the last 20 years. Is it my husband’s fault?

Viscaria
Viscaria
6 months ago

Meanwhile, SMV for men is determine by a LARGE margin, by physique.

Making it so that other women, are not even interested.

It places your existence, within her frame.

I can’t even begin to tackle this man’s relationship to women. Can we work on his relationship to commas?

Naglfar
Naglfar
6 months ago

@Viscaria
It reminds me of the part of Flowers for Algernon where Charly learns about commas and uses them randomly multiple times per sentence. Except unlike Charly I don’t think the red pillers are getting any brighter.

Diego Duarte
Diego Duarte
6 months ago

@Naglfar

I heard somewhere that the majority of fatphobic discrimination was against women.

I’m pretty sure of it too, but this topic just hits too close to home for me to process that thought. I was overweight for most of my life and I’ve gotten a shit-ton of discrimination from both men and women on account of it. So yeah, guys don’t really have it that much better than women concerning this topic. I’m not going to turn the thread into a discrimination Olympics but fatphobes are relentless trash.

Buttercup Q. Skullpants
Buttercup Q. Skullpants
6 months ago

Are gyms, treadmills, trails, and roads off limits to married men? Can he not use his big boy voice to say no to potato chips and ask for salads? This all sounds so weirdly passive.

Get tingles > fuck > marry > lower partners smv > no more tingles > divorce > get tingles

Aren’t these the same guys who are forever urging each other to ditch their 35 year old wife for a younger model? It’s only tragic and unnatural when it happens to them.

Also, that word “tingles” is so cringey and revolting. I know they’re trying to belittle women’s sexuality when they use it, but it makes them sound like ten year olds who haven’t yet learned the adult words for things.

Naglfar
Naglfar
6 months ago

@Diego Duarte

I was overweight for most of my life and I’ve gotten a shit-ton of discrimination from both men and women on account of it. So yeah, guys don’t really have it that much better than women concerning this topic. I’m not going to turn the thread into a discrimination Olympics but fatphobes are relentless trash.

My apologies if this is a sore subject. I don’t mean to downplay fatphobic bigotry against men, and I’m sorry if my comment at all downplayed the harm. Hoping you aren’t still being discriminated against.

@Buttercup

I know they’re trying to belittle women’s sexuality when they use it, but it makes them sound like ten year olds who haven’t yet learned the adult words for things.

There’s plenty of other ways they sound like ten year olds as well, but no ten year old I know has been as fiercely hateful as an adult MRA.
Another way they sound like kids is how so many of them act as if women have cooties (e.g. semen retainers who think women steal their life force, MGTOWs who complain about women relentlessly, etc).

Masse_Mysteria
Masse_Mysteria
6 months ago

It’s almost as if treating women as interchangeable makes you think men are interchangeable. Who knew your attitude towards people could change the way you feel about people?

I’ve seriously never been in a relationship and even I know personality factors into it somehow.

Diego Duarte
Diego Duarte
6 months ago

@Naglfar

Don’t worry, you didn’t actually say anything offensive, just clarifying something. Also, I’m not being discriminated against anymore, but that has more to do with the fact that I lost weight and have managed to keep it off for 4 years so far. Doubtless I would still be receiving the same treatment were it otherwise.

But yeah, from my experience women aren’t that much better than men around this issue. They can be (and are) just as cruel and vocal about their fatphobia.

Lumipuna
Lumipuna
6 months ago

Naglfar:

It reminds me of the part of Flowers for Algernon where Charly learns about commas and uses them randomly multiple times per sentence.

That part was actually quoted (from Finnish translation) in one of my school grammar textbooks – discussing punctuation in the context of Finnish language. That was before I read Flowers for Algernon for the first time.

When I began learning English, I remember using articles too liberally – It was a novel linguistic concept.

epitome of incomprehensibility

Ugh, the sentence, “If no one wants your fat ass, she never needs to worry.” If that’s how Red Pillers “encourage” each other…yikes.

@occasional reader – This made me laugh:

Next time i see a woman validating her transportation title, i will come behind her and murmur in her ear : “How was it, darling ? Happy ? Still tingling ?”

…Although I’m not sure everyone gets this. Question to folks in English-majority places: Do you “validate” your bus pass/ticket or is it another word?

My translation of “valider votre titre de transport” is “put your card on the beepy thing.” 😛

Can I rant about Montreal a bit? Because people here are being assholes. This is the 3rd article I read talking about Montrealers accusing Jews of spreading COVID-19 because some of their communities are more hard-hit (way to kick people when they’re down, too). E.g.

In Outremont, home to thousands of Montreal’s easily recognizable Hasidic Jewish community, there are reports of people being yelled at in the street, or of Jews not allowed into stores and being told to stick to their “Jewish stores,” Picard said.

As I read elsewhere, it’s not like people in Boisbriand or Cote St. Luc or Outremont were being more irresponsible than everyone else. It’s just that more people got COVID-19 there because of a) seniors in Cote St. Luc returning from vacation, b) weddings & such with invitees from NYC before the current restrictions were in place, and c) Purim gatherings March 9-10, again before the social-distancing rules.

And it surprised me to hear about blatant anti-Semitism in Montreal of all places. Maybe I was naive. Did I think the people who hated Muslims hated only Muslims? …Not that that’d be cool either. Nazis of all types – fuck off.

Cats In Shiny Hats
Cats In Shiny Hats
6 months ago

My roommates do not have Covid-19! They’re still both very sick, but not with Covid-19!

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
6 months ago

@ lumipuna

I read a thing recently about the difficulties of translating Orwell’s 1984 into Finnish; specifically the Newspeak aspect.

The claim was that, because Finnish uses a set of base words and then just applies modifiers to them to produce antonyms and superlatives, Newspeak didn’t come across as all that peculiar.

Any truth in that?

Naglfar
Naglfar
6 months ago

@epitome

Do you “validate” your bus pass/ticket or is it another word?

Where I live we don’t have buses, but I think it would be correct to say that.

Because people here are being assholes. This is the 3rd article I read talking about Montrealers accusing Jews of spreading COVID-19 because some of their communities are more hard-hit (way to kick people when they’re down, too).

Accusing Jews of spreading disease is an old tradition—during the bubonic plague Jews were murdered on accusations of poisoning wells. Then, Jewish communities were less hit in part because of ritual cleanliness that was absent in medieval Christian practice. It’s awful that this has resurged, but I’m not surprised. Bigotry dies hard and Jews are perpetual scapegoats.

it surprised me to hear about blatant anti-Semitism in Montreal of all places. Maybe I was naive. Did I think the people who hated Muslims hated only Muslims?

It is rare to find bigots who only hate one group. Bigots will hate whoever they can. A lot of non-Jewish people don’t notice antisemitism until it boils over, but it rarely comes out of nowhere. This was just a flash point.

Lumipuna
Lumipuna
6 months ago

Alan – Hard to say about Newspeak. I did once skim-read the Finnish translation of 1984, but haven’t read the original so I can’t compare.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
6 months ago

@ lumipuna

Cheers. I wonder how they dealt with that appendix that explains Newspeak.

Right; I’ll have to use the lockdown to learn Finnish!

Allandrel
Allandrel
6 months ago

Somewhat OT, but manosphere-related:

My dad passed away just over five years ago, and on the anniversary of his death there are several songs that I like to play. One of these is Breaking Benjamin’s “Anthem of the Angels.” Someone had made a mashup video for the song using the Hillary Duff film Raise You Voice, in which Duff’s character loses her brother.

I made the mistake of reading the comments. (On YouTube, yes, I know.) It was mostly people like me associating the song with lost loved ones, or wanting to know what the movie used was, and the usual “Who’s listening to this in (current year)?”

A few commenters made comments about how pretty Hilary Duff is (nothing distasteful, thankfully, given that she was 16 when the movie was shot). Which led to this response that I’m sure would fill up one of the WHTM Bingo Cards (specifically one where the free space is “Why don’t you have a seat over there?”)

She’s not actually. What is making you see gorgeous is her youth. Youth is attractive. She is not gorgeous anymore… just like Taylor Swift she was very attractive when she first came on the scene and now she’s not. We are all programmed to find youth attractive it’s survival of the species… there was no age of consent when we were primitive surviving and procreating… youth gives our species the best chance of survival. Ok, I’m done. Have day y’all

These creeps just show up everywhere, don’t they? And you can be sure this one of those “It’s ephebophilia” guys, too, because that somehow makes it better in his mind.

Moggie
Moggie
6 months ago

@Allandrel, yikes. That sounds like a guy who could list ages of consent in numerous states and countries from memory.

If a youtube commenter mentions that they find a woman attractive (which is usually an annoying comment in itself), it seems there’s almost always someone who will earnestly tell them that they are objectively wrong.

Naglfar
Naglfar
6 months ago

@Allandrel
Sorry about your dad.

Re: the video comment, a few things:

She’s not actually.

Just looked up a picture of what Duff looks like now, and maybe my perspective is unusual, but she still looks attractive IMO.

just like Taylor Swift she was very attractive when she first came on the scene and now she’s not.

It seems like the alt right finding Taylor Swift attractive then making an about face had less to do with her age and more to do with her endorsing Democratic candidates. They immediately stopped seeing her as an Aryan goddess when she revealed her politics. This part of the comment makes me thing there’s good odds that commenter is a white nationalist.

We are all programmed to find youth attractive it’s survival of the species… there was no age of consent when we were primitive surviving and procreating… youth gives our species the best chance of survival. Ok, I’m done. Have day y’all

That’s just rapey, not sure how else to describe it.
Is there a word for when someone goes off on a creepy rant then concludes with a salutation that somehow makes it creepier? I’ve noticed some other people do that a lot as well.

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
6 months ago

@Allandrel

Have day y’all

After all those words and all that enthusiasm, the commenter seemed to run out of both at the end.

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
6 months ago

@Cats in Shiny Hats
That’s very good news!

tim gueguen
6 months ago

Something tells me NorthEasternNomad has mistaken fetish fiction where a character is fattened up by another character through deception, with real life.

Translation is definitely a tricky thing. I read a critique of the English translation of Japanese writer Banana Yoshimoto’s novel Kitchen some years back. It argued that the translation missed some of the character of the novel, because it didn’t take into account how the honorifics one character uses for another reflect the development of their relationship.

occasional reader
occasional reader
6 months ago

> epitome of incomprehensibility
Ah, my bad, then. I was thinking it was an expression we have in common with our British neighbors. As usual, my puns fall flat.

> Cats In Shiny Hats
Good ! Continue to stay safe, then.

Masse_Mysteria
Masse_Mysteria
6 months ago

@Alan
I’ve only read 1984 in English, so I don’t really know about the Finnish translation. I remember reading a thing where some Finn complained that Newspeak doesn’t work as a cautionary tale in Finnish since that’s how Finnish already operates. That puzzled me because from what I remember I thought Newspeak was meant to restrict thought and take away nuance, but I read elsewhere that this modifier thingy makes Finnish extra expressive and really Super Creative (Finnish was this expert’s first language, if you hadn’t guessed).

From what I’ve seen of Newspeak in Finnish (Uuskieli) elsewhere, it does look kind of strange, but I don’t know if that’s on purpose (to make it seem stranger than it needs to be to get the point across) or if it’s just coincidence that (for example) epähyvä (ungood) is not a word anyone would use. I don’t have the linguistic knowledge to know why it’s an odd combination, though, when epähieno (negative prefix added to a word that means fine or great) is a normal word.

But the modifiers aren’t that simple when you get down to it, since when I was a kid, I thought that the word epähieno meant just “bad”, but it turned out I was wrong and it means indiscreet or tactless.

Moggie
Moggie
6 months ago

@tim gueguen:

Translation is definitely a tricky thing. I read a critique of the English translation of Japanese writer Banana Yoshimoto’s novel Kitchen some years back. It argued that the translation missed some of the character of the novel, because it didn’t take into account how the honorifics one character uses for another reflect the development of their relationship.

This is something I often noticed watching anime, even as a novice at the language. It’s very easy to spot the forms of address used, and whether a character uses plain or polite speech, and these often convey dynamics which are missing from the subtitles.

I loved Kitchen when I read it, years ago. But I wasn’t much aware of trans issues at that time, so I’m kind of hesitant to reread it, in case it turns out to be less sensitive to the trans character than I recall.

Lainy
Lainy
6 months ago

I feel like this guy over heard some couple say a joke and just made wild accusations after that. I tease my husband sometimes that I’m going to make him fat so that he won’t leave me or cheat on me. Normally i make this joke after he teases me saying I’m trying to make him fat with my cooking when he’s home. I don’t mean it seriously. If he wasn’t happy with me anymore and we couldn’t solve an issue in our relationship i would want him to leave me so he could be happy and I know he would never cheat on me. I also do not care what his weight looks like. If his skinny, fat, muscular, I don’t care as long as hes still him.

So I feel like this guy over heard similar light banter and just made assumptions like red pillers who can’t really love a woman would do.

Tabby Lavalamp
Tabby Lavalamp
6 months ago

Is desert night the one day of the week they drive out to the desert and gorge themselves on cacti?

Lumipuna
Lumipuna
6 months ago

In Terry Pratchett’s “Last Continent”, Rincewind was lost in a desert where he was surprisingly capable of finding food for himself (obvious reference to Australian “bush tucker” tradition). As in, various magically appearing dishes of fine Morporkian cuisine.

Not only did he find food in the desert; he also found dessert in the desert.