Dating Advice for the modern Serial Killer
1. How to get a GF that’s 7 years younger than you, who is still young and sexy and not all busted up like women your own age
It’s happened. I’ve become one of those guys. I’m 30 years old and dating a 23 year old. I “met” her on tinder. Not even on “a dating app”, but the worst one. A female acquaintance (28) asked me if “she could see” who I was talking to, and first, I said no. “Why not?” Because you’ll think poorly of me.
Then I caved in, showed her my phone. She swallowed, blood drained from her face. She changed the subject to her own love life and the “personal trainer” she’s fucking, indirectly mentioning how much more built than me he is, to hurt me in the way I had just hurt her. When she saw her picture, and her age, that’s when I knew. I’m going to have to buy a gun. I’m going to have to protect myself.
Dating advice 1: Every girl is the last chance you’ll ever have to be happy. It’s not internet meme shit about getting “too involved” and thinking she’s “the one”. “The One” is a marketing strategy to sell women’s magazines. “Oneitis” is likewise a marketing strategy to sell men’s blogs. Both are nonsense. “The One” is a science fiction/kung fu movie starring Jet Li, about killing yourself over and over until the multiple-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics makes you God.
Dating advice 2: Every girl is the last chance you’ll ever have to be happy, because every one jades you. It’s that simple. If you are in high school and have a sweetheart, marry her. It’s that simple.
There is a comparison possible to drugs and health. Drug culture is consumer culture. People think taking LSD will give them a profound experience, something unique and salient and transcendental. The kind of personality attracted to the culture of drugs — and it IS the CULTURE they are attracted to, not the drugs themselves — assume that there is something unique to be found, something extraordinary. A totality of expression that is otherwise unattainable.
This is incorrect, and such thinking is a product of a personal lacking, not a personal appetite or overflow; it is not…