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posted ago by ChicagoMAGA ago by ChicagoMAGA +28 / -0

I recently saw an old friend and we had a good time catching up. He's in town and catching up with people from the old college friend group that has dissolved over the past two years by seeing them individually. I don't want to see most of them because of how they treated me like a leper when the Chinavirus came. However, there is one man in the group who up until the end of 2020 I would hang out with since he was one of the first friends I made in college.

The problem with this guy is that he is an aggressive simp. He has obsessed over this one woman for almost 6 years. She is certainly a beauty from the Orient, a woman who was born in China but was adopted by a white couple in America. I remember at a bar I once saw at least 10 men waiting to buy her a drink. Many men have lusted after her. Now as a yuppie, she is a gold digger, partying with old men on boats, and hooking up with yuppie men.

This friend won't drop his crush for her though. It's pathetic. She sleeps around with all sorts of men. She's made out with me and the old friend I recently saw at his apartment in front of him. The one time she was going to sleep with him, she puked on him because she was really drunk. She's also made a pact with my old friend to get married if they are still single at age 35, likely because he's loaded and only 25 (he'll probably be worth a few million USD by the time he is 35).

I realized after learning some more about this woman while catching up with the old friend that I can't see the simp anymore. His life revolves around that woman and I don't want to witness such weak behavior anymore nor be associated with it. It's kind of freeing in a way knowing that I can just look ahead, although it does make me sad that like many other relationships I once had, I have to move on because of behavior like this, drug use, chinavirus hysteria, etc.

I think simps can't be saved because if you try to intervene, he'll think it's because you want the woman in question (which to be fair to this simp I'm talking about, I did make out with the woman, so I can understand his suspicion). My old friend and I are thinking he's looking for a hot Asian waifu, because the simp is a weeb. I have known other men who fell for this trap but at least they got out on their own. But seriously, this guy has to move on.

I'm just sharing this story as a reminder to never put a woman on a pedestal if she hasn't brought your children into this world, let alone date you exclusively. I have seen so much weird and awful shit in my short life that I can write up lots of stuff like this, but this one just occurred to me so I thought I'd share. We make fun of the OnlyFans and Twitch simps, but how often do you get to see a live one over the span of 6 years?

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conso0mer 7 points ago +7 / -0

Im gonna be honest. I've had simp moments before, I think we all have at least once until u realize that it's retarded.

I just want to understand how this college aged male kept his attention to ONE female for SIX years as a single guy. If I see a pretty girl I might remember it for awhile but there's so many attractive women that you shouldve at least been exposed in a 6 year period... idk how you can simp for that long for ONE person.

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ChicagoMAGA [S] 6 points ago +6 / -0

This woman I speak of is truly drop-dead gorgeous, perhaps on par with the Sirens that tempted Odysseus. It takes a lot of willpower to not be tricked by her. What saved me is probably my narcissism, for better or for worse. He isn't a narcissist but a quiet person who took a strong liking to this woman. What sucks for him is that he is a decent-looking guy, with the only thing he could possibly work on is build some muscle. There were other women interested in him, but he couldn't let this one woman go. Alcohol also clouds his mind.

This woman too has other things going for beyond her looks, and I pity her a bit since she has some problems too revolving around a constant need for male attention. Based on what she has told me, she has put up with abuse from men, but has also abused other men. I know another guy who is still in therapy because of a relationship he had with her a few years ago.

Writing this out shows to me how I fell in with the wrong crowd, but also makes me wonder if I simply fit in with my own problems. You're one of the younger guys on here. Don't just stick with a group of people because it's easy and you get a lot of free booze and drugs from them. If anything, that's a sign to leave.

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PermaHandshake 5 points ago +5 / -0

Simps can be saved... after a woman destroys their lives and they've hit rock bottom. Eventually they'll look for answers and realize women are the problem not the solution.

Unfortunately, it's for the father to properly educate his sons about women when he's growing up so he doesn't become a simp but many fathers fail in this job. Too many fathers think "he'll figure it out" and let their sons make tons of mistakes that they really shouldn't be making. Our society is controlled by women in almost all aspects so the society at large is specifically designed to exploit men and young men often don't quite get it until it's too late.

Some simps fail to open their eyes though and double-down on their simping. These are the simps which are hard to save. Some people, if we ever were to fix society, simply do need to be killed off.

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ChicagoMAGA [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah, he grew up in a different part of the state but lives in Chicago now so I don't think he sees his folks all that often. I wonder if he is ashamed of his roots and seeks out the pretty woman with rich parents to redeem himself.

My father tells me all the time that a lot of marriage ends up in divorce and other depressing facts but never mentioned anything about women to me growing up. I've learned everything the hard way with all the doozies I've been associated with.

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PermaHandshake 4 points ago +4 / -0

It's because our society hides the truth to men and actually makes men feel bad for realizing the truth. Women are not equal to men. That is the truth; however, we go about our society and culture as if they are. Men unfortunately think women are just like them except with tits and a vagina but women think differently if you call it thinking at all and these differences if not properly accounted for lead to ruin for many men who don't see the truth when it should be so obvious.

Women generally are selfish and driven by emotion. They care about their reputation in relation to the community but they do not care for the community, they care for themselves. They are not inherently moral. Men generally are inherently moral and care about the community often more than themselves. Women thus must be controlled by men and when men give up this control in the name of "equality", it only leads to ruin for men.

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SiriusC1024 2 points ago +2 / -0

I only know you from brief interactions here.

You seem to be a thoughtful and compassionate person who wants to do good in the world, yet you seem too ready to give up on this friend of yours. Are you sure you're ready to write him off, or is your reaction to his behavior being intensified by your growing dissatisfaction with the town you're living in and everything associated with it?

Is it possible to find balance and improve two lives at once? I understand that it's hard enough for a person looking out for themselves in this world. Maybe you can finally get through to him, he'll find a wife, start a happy family, and a new life will be brought into this world all because his friend cared about him once upon a time.

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ChicagoMAGA [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

The growing dissatisfaction definitely has an impact, but I also get into trouble with this simp too and what often happens is that when we hang out one of us gets too drunk and bad things happen as a result. Perhaps now I'm becoming a man who can help him break free, but the whole time I've known him I was handicapped by alcohol while he had alcohol and this woman as his handicaps.

I'm not against seeing him again, but I don't want to see him if heavy drinking is involved because history shows bad things will happen. I need to expand my own horizons some more before I can help him. I think his issue might go even deeper, as I think he wishes to emulate his older brother, who married a pretty woman from Taiwan.

I want to avoid most of that old group in general just because I give into my old vice of binge drinking all too easily around them. I'm doing well this year on holding back on the booze, but I need to find better people to have as friends and acquaintances if I wish to better myself some more and have a chance at saving him. Who knows, maybe he'll turn out all right.

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2DIsGreaterThan3D 1 point ago +1 / -0

Honestly I've never met someone who simped that hard for that long. Sure in high-school and maybe college for a couple months or a maybe a year but man 6 years.

I personally can't understand the mentality, I understand having strong desires for a woman you've built up, but I would think there's a point where you realize it's not going to happen. Or you meet someone else and she becomes the apple of your eye.

Maybe your friend has issues with his mom, and he's trying to fill that void with her.

The more I hear stories about guys like this the more my heart breaks for the modern man.