because they’re literal pedophiles. And it isn’t even a judgement exclusive to women, although they like to pretend the women are minors. Men fall off a steeper cliff 30-40, depending when they start to look it. Even Hugh Jackman’s role offerings suffered.
So it begins that she’ll twist herself in pretzels trying to figure out why she’s single (as if that’s a moral judgement of her, a narc perspective) while loudly slagging off the traditional family to prospective husbands, and trying to twist the subject into his white privilege.
The 30 thing doesn’t really matter, none of my friends over or under 30 care (29-30 is meaningless as 28-29) but maybe that’s the Anglo culture – it’s an American marketing youth culture Boomer thing for companies to make you insecure and sell you goop, for her it shouldn’t matter, especially since she’s a gamine type and doesn’t look it.
I’m gamine-ish myself and don’t look it either, get carded for everything. CoQ10 helps. Then again I’m younger than her so maybe I’ll mutate into a grotesque monster over the next few years as the bitter MGTOWs predict. Still, it’s a neurosis unique to America to think 30, so early in the lifespan, is this magical time to have everything in order,
especially with this tragic economy. Plenty of people marry in haste to SAY they did before 30 and divorce in the 30-40s. Gen Y divorce rates are lower because there isn’t the same desperate leaping in and everyone is taking things slower. This can only be considered a good thing.
If your life is in order by thirty you’re boring or dumb or lying.
The mind games used on Boomers don’t work on us.
It’s like my mum used to say whenever I’d worry about stuff that didn’t matter, it isn’t as if there’s a mad axeman outside waiting to chop your head off.
However, I think I see vegan eyelids on her so the gamine thing might be short-lived. Maybe the stress is 90% career since it’s a Hollywood neurosis but if she wants a marriage that’ll take up more time? Instructions unclear.
Gamine type men would include RDJ, they have the capacity to age very well. Put a photo of him next to say Brad Pitt or Johnny Depp and it’s clear most men age like crap. Whatever Emma looks like, there’ll be a man somewhere who wants to do her so I doubt it’s an attractiveness concern.
With reduced stress (go Galt) it’s possible to look as if one is aging backwards. I’ve seen old photos of myself and honestly look better now, could be genetics though. Or maybe that we’re comparing to a generation of degenerates, since binge drinking, drugs and STIs can all affect the appearance. Who knows?
If I could go back in time the only thing I’d change (family matters aside) is my stock portfolio.
If society won’t let you invest in your nation, (not newcomers who think they own the place) then who cares if it burns to the ground?
“The real hopeless victims of mental illness are to be found among those who appear to be most normal. Many of them are normal because they are so well adjusted to our mode of existence, because their human voice has been silenced so early in their lives, that they do not even struggle or suffer or develop symptoms as the neurotic does. They are normal not in what may be called the absolute sense of the word; they are normal only in relation to a profoundly abnormal society. Their perfect adjustment to that abnormal society is a measure of their mental sickness. These millions of abnormally normal people, living without fuss in a society to which, if they were fully human beings, they ought not to be adjusted.”
Brave New World
I know it isn’t me. I’m made happy with a good steak (farmdrop) and Guardian Brexit tears.
“Actual happiness always looks pretty squalid in comparison with the overcompensations for misery. And, of course, stability isn’t nearly so spectacular as instability. And being contented has none of the glamour of a good fight against misfortune, none of the picturesqueness of a struggle with temptation, or a fatal overthrow by passion or doubt. Happiness is never grand.”
Tempted to pay Clarey to judge this interview TBH. Then again, I already know pretty much what he’d say, I find her interesting as a generational study. It’s full of so much cringe from a woman programmed with what to do since she was nine. I kinda feel sorry for her.
You can be single and happy …but it’s okay to admit when you’re not.
I know both categories. Nobody else really cares. There are some sadists who hopefully assume all single people are miserable (and must be undesirable) but everyone else with their eyes open sees far more miserable couples, who caved to pressure and desperation not to be alone.
It’s a Hollywood myth everyone meets their soulmate in high school or before thirty but she has socialised more than most and will turn away exactly the type of guy she wants with the extreme left politics. Men want to hear about your kids, not refugees.
Then again she could be genuinely happy single if she didn’t obsess over the other lawn. Go on mumsnet, see how happy they are.
I’ve spoken to people who’ve been there (mahwidge) and back and it’s more yellow up close. One guy said something like “it’s horrifying because everyone seems really supportive but then you get back from the honeymoon and the house is so empty and eerily quiet and it sinks in you’re stuck with this person the rest of your life”.
I say that as someone who firmly believes in marriage. Most marriages suck.
Only a narcissist views them as a trophy, just more conspicuous consumption on the checklist.