Saturday, February 5, 2011

Hello world.


Engaging in a pretentious position of assuming others care about your own opinion isn't something to be taken lightly. However I will endeavor to make this as painless as possible for both of us with observations that appear legitimate.

Here's a simple one to kick off this blog with: Women.

Yeah, that was a somewhat sexist; women are far from simple.

It's my contention the more beautiful and generally attractive they appear, the more mentally unstable they are.

The rules of attraction are straightforward for men btw. It revolves around procreation, that is our ultimate goal even if it is largely unapparent to us. Evolution which I subscribe to(I can already feel an epic proportion of a potential audience ending this here) has guided us to the vitality markers amongst women:
  • Low hip to waist ratio, for easier conception
  • No wrinkles, vitality sign
  • Long hair, sickly females couldn't grow it long
  • Breast size, the larger the easier it is to tell how old you are based on sag
The moment we spot you our brains attempt the above checklist. If you pass you are given a strong(strong) emotional cue which gets us to within 80%.

The remaining 20% is the decision to take action which some men believe doesn't exist for whatever reason.
It exists for me.. our excessive libido doesn't rob us of our free will however men and women populate this scapegoat idealism.

The increase of the idea we are helpless gives credibility to the observation pretty = insane. The more attractive she is, the likely hood of being hit on every single day by every man she meets is high.

What does this mean? Treat the pretty with some care. Regard them like 20 year old corroded land mines. Do yourself and them a favor.

Keep your distance.


  1. That was hysterical, but so true. Looking forward to more posts like it!

  2. Yeah, good point you wrote there. Agree.

  3. Men look at women. Women watch themselves being looked at.

  4. Haha so are you saying try and get an average looking girl?

  5. Indeed sir. I aim to enjoy your ramblings. Your writing seems knowledgeable and worthwhile of my time.


  6. Yeah fian more or less :) Power corrupts hey even transient power.

  7. You remind me of a good friend of mine from Singapore. He always went off on rants similar to these. Looking foreward to hearing more.

  8. Reminds me of Freakonomics, but in a more accessible format, great stuff.