She also posts a lot of pictures describing how depressed she is (e.g. a "what do you want to be when you give up" meme).
Also, pictures where she's been crying. And the ladies say, "Oh, you look so pretty!"
This woman is 35 years old, give or take. Single. Crappy job. Has done nothing with her life. She has nobody to blame but herself. Her hypergamous gamble didn't pay off.
Slightly off-topic, but I find this "you're so hot, you go girl" activity that one commonly finds from women addressing other women on social media very unpleasant. Firstly, the woman is rarely attractive. So it's disingenuous. And it's exactly this sort of false compliment, false building up of a woman's ego, that dooms them to a sad, barren, pointless future. "Well, all of my friends say that I'm hot so I must deserve a hot guy!"
This same disingenuity is not extended to men. I saw a guy on self-injury dot net years ago talking about how girls don't like him because he's unattractive and he posted a picture of himself. A woman responded, "you look like a normal person, two eyes, a nose, a mouth".
That's as much as she could muster. "You have all of the body parts one typically associates with a healthy human being." The guy was unattractive but if this was a girl, she would have went on about how hot she is, even when she clearly isn't.
Maybe women genuinely believe that unattractive women are attractive, as a result of the lifetime of disingenuous comments that they've received from other women and the associated inflated sense of worth. "Well, everybody says that I'm pretty and this woman looks about the same as me, so she must be pretty too." It's a cycle of building women up that's built on the proverbial foundation of sand.
I had a neighbour who was an overweight girl and she grew up to be an overweight woman. Later in life, when she was at least 40, she found and I think married some guy who's about 15 years older than her.
My mother talked about what a sick guy this is going after such younger women. I said, "What are you crazy? She's 40. And 15 years isn't too scandalous. Not many guys are interested in 40 year old overweight women with menial jobs."
Checked out her Facebook just now. She posted a picture of herself with this guy. Somebody comments, "You never age!"
Another example of false praise. She looks relatively young because she's enormous. Maybe comment on that. "Hey, maybe if you lost some weight you could have found a man closer to your age." But they won't.
Think I'm going to order a pizza tomorrow. I've been going to this nearby M&S to shop and it's so expensive that I think partaking in a Two for Tuesday or similar promotion would actually be cheaper.
Is the food better in M&S? Well, compared to your Tesco or Lidl, absolutely. Compared to Sainsbury or a Morrisons, the difference in quality narrows.
I don't worry about grocery store prices. What's an extra £2 for three days' worth of food? I'm making the big bucks here. And the food is genuinely better. So I don't want to eat garbage just to save a small amount of money.
Although, good luck finding ketchup in M&S. Just about everything in M&S is own-brand stuff. I don't mind that for the most part. I like their tortilla chips, the black and red gums are good, the meat is all high quality (by UK standards), the bread is excellent, the fruit is good, and they have a lot of interesting shit even in this small M&S.
But if you want ketchup, it's the M&S crap for 50p or nothing. Heinz is nowhere to be seen. I am not getting 50p ketchup.
So I looked around, desperate to find some ketchup, and saw a bunch of bottles of various exotic flavours. One was like "mesquite tomato sauce." I didn't even know if this was like ketchup or pasta sauce or what but I took a gamble. Indeed, it's like ketchup and it's alright. Nothing great. I think I'd prefer Heinz. But it's surely better than that 50p shit. I think it was also fairly expensive, maybe £2.50 for a pretty small glass bottle but it gets the job done.
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