I was reading @ Happy Bachelors when I found THIS gem...
Consider the following scenario:
A man walks into a car dealership to buy a vehicle and is greeted by a car salesman.
potential buyer is shown around the floor and is given the chance to
look at various models, is given their specifications, gets a chance to
sit in a couple of the models and is even given the opportunity to test
drive a couple of the vehicles.
The buyer selects two models and takes them both out on the road to see how the drive and to get a better feel for them.
After returning from the second test drive they both go into the car salesman’s office to discuss purchasing a vehicle.
vehicle is a brand new 2013 model that has less than 5,000 clicks, no
dents or scratches, in perfect working order, has all the bells and
whistles and comes with a 5 year warranty. It costs $25,000.
second vehicle is a used 2009 version or the same vehicle, has 130,000
clicks, has a dent in the bumper, less fuel efficient, doesn’t have a
leather interior and only comes with a 3 year warranty. It too costs
The buyer is perplexed.
“You want to sell me a
vehicle that has 26 times the mileage, 2 years less on the warranty, a
couple dents and is lacking some of the details I want in a car. Tell me
again why I am paying the exact same price for it?”
because all cars a created equal” the car salesman retorts. “Who are you
to scoff at the thought of getting less of what you want for your hard
earned money. Who are you to impose your societal expectations and
social conditions on this vehicle? You’re obviously projecting! You’re
obviously not a real man! You and your double standards make me sick”
if I’m spending my hard earned money on something – I want to get what I
want. I don’t want a subpar vehicle with more mileage, more dents and
less of a warranty. And who are you to tell me what I should like? Who
are you to tell me what is valuable? Who are you to try and impose your
capitalistic expectations on me? I’ll buy whatever vehicle I see fit!”
Society (on the whole) is the used car salesman.
slut is a used vehicle -- or maybe more aptly a used-up vehicle -- and
society is attempting to sell it to you for the same price as a new
A car that has been driven around the block a few times
really isn’t a big deal. A car that has driven across the country –
twice – is much less desirable if you are spending the same amount of
money to purchase it.
Society – particularly feminists -- wants you to believe:
= = > Used cars (sluts) are as good as new cars.
= = > Used cars (sluts) should cost the same as new cars.
= = > There is no intrinsic difference between the two.
= = > A used car (sluts) have the same market value as a new car (female who has had only a couple sexual partners)
before you get your knickers in a knot – I am not saying women/sluts
are only as valuable as cars. I understand NAWALT but it seems in this
day and age sluts are the rule, not the exception.
spending your heard earned money (commitment) and you want to ensure
you’re getting the most bang for your buck – no pun intended -- why
would men value something that has been through the ringer over
something that is brand new or gently used?
The problem is that the vast majority of modern women have been ridden hard; they've spent much of their lives on the cock carousel. They are truly used up...
In fact, human beings
desire brand new things over used things. Apart from things that are
considered collectibles -- 99.9% of the time the value for something
used goes down -- not up.
Mr. Stinky NAILS it! That is truly good stuff. Have a good day now...