Monday, January 28, 2013

Cumulative "Dating Debt"

Haley is correct in her analysis, but the problem many men are going to have is this sort of historical "trade deficit" and cumulative "dating debt" that has been amassed over the past two generations where women have clamored to be treated EXACTLY the same as men, but then want to hold onto old fashioned norms that financially benefit them.  The solution is in part what she recommends (cheap dates for the first few dates), but to also realize the money spent, however hypocritically, in the past is a sunk cost.  Men merely shoot themselves in the foot holding women up to the EXACT same standards as men, while we all know

biologically
genetically
and
naturally

women want to be women deep down inside.  Therefore it is wise to pay for the girl's meal or (better yet) drinks (while you let Poindexter and her beta orbiters pay for dinner and chocolates). 

However, if that nagging cumulative dating debt is still bothering you and you want retribution the solution is simple.  No second dates for feminists.  If the woman clamors about being a feminist and how independent she is (while you pick up the check) that is a small price to pay for vital information. She's not marriage material.  Simply don't ask her out for a second date and reserve your money for a woman that likes being a woman.  Time will extract its revenge in the long run.  And it will manifest itself primarily in the form of inaction and indifference on your part.

11 comments:

C.J. Caswell said...

"Time will extract its revenge in the long run. And it will manifest itself primarily in the form of inaction and indifference on your part."

Come on, now. The economy is hierarchical, and your attention may or may not have value. The relevant factor as to whether or not revenge will pop up is the elasticity of demand for HER attention by men in close enough proximity to do anything about it. In other words, does she have big tits? Yes? Then no, there will be no revenge. Better idea: if you're an 8 on Hotornot.com, then date a 7. That way, demand works in your favor.

Bob Wallace said...

The first date: coffee at a good coffee house.

Anonymous said...

"...Therefore it is wise to pay for the girl's meal or (better yet) drinks (while you let Poindexter and her beta orbiters pay for dinner and chocolates)."

Well, aren't restaurant meals close to the cost whereas drinks are pure mark-up...

ie-that $10 plate of food contains $4 in ingredients and some labor cost to prepare while that $5 drink is really 55 cents bought in bulk at costco and marked up almost ten times....

are you sure you are an econimist????

Eman said...

Uh, @Capt.Capitalism...

How about they [the women] understand that 'money can't buy you love'? Their greed isn't going to help them get a man...

Eman

Anonymous said...

Hate to say it but the more time I spend around women the more I think of them as mentally deficient baby-makers.

jso said...

they will always need us a hell of a lot more than we will ever need them.

Eowyn said...

What happens when the girl picks up her half of the check? Or the whole check?

Or are these too rare to consider?

Anonymous said...

I'm thinking the seriously hot feminist would get second dates, and thirds, ect...to infinity..
The short and stout supplicant mommy want to be none whatsoever.

Martin said...

Well, a dude who rejects having children is pretty fking far from being marriage-material himself, imho :)

0bvious_atheist said...

"It is not exclusively to the interest of woman that she should succeed in this struggle; to contrast the interests of men and women, as extreme feminists try to do, is very foolish. All mankind would suffer if woman should fail to develop her ego and be unable to unite with man as equal, freeborn companions and comrades."

Ludwig von Mises

Anonymous said...

Maybe we should try looking at things from a different perspective. Try flipping things. Women: imagine the custom somehow came about that dates traditionally opened with the woman giving head, then depending on how good a performance you gave the guy was free to decide on whether to just go home, or buy you a Happy Meal, or take you for a night on the town.
That's kind of what it's like buying a nice dinner for a woman. You never know what's going to happen. You risk taking a vegetarian to a steak house, or a picky eater to a sushi place. Now imagine doing it for years. Just like the hypothetical woman above who runs the risk of dating a lot of guys just looking for quick head, and man who's been dating for any length of time has bought a LOT of dinners for women just looking for a free dinner.
What level of investment should I make in a woman before I even know if I like her, let alone know if she likes me or is interested for anything beyond a free meal?