>Needing to bully someone is a sign of weakness.
Being able to bully someone is a sign of strength.
>A lot of the bullies in my school ended up becoming total losers and they weren't doing great with women in school anyway.
That's the complete opposite of what I experienced. One of my former bullies is now a successful hiphop-artist. He did well with women then, I don't think it has changed. He was smart, unconventional, witty, creative, a rebel and he insulted and bullied people left and right. He know makes a living of it by rapping about being such a gigantic asshole.
>The fact that you're confusing being a complete asshole with something like aggression or confidence isn't surprising to me though.
The two concepts are utterly indistinguishable. The only difference is in perspective. People use 'confidence' when they talk about themselves, their family and their friends and 'asshole' when they talk about their opponents.
>It's partly what makes 4kanker so funny because all their warped memes and twisted thinking is clearly the product of utterly inferior males
>utterly inferior males
So basically you agree with me. There are inferior worthless pieces of shit like me. If you think that, then why did you even voice your disagreement? Contradicting people you fundamentally agree with is pointless.
>They have no idea how the game operates
I read some books on that 'game'. I read German-language favorite "Lob des Sexismus" three times. The title translates to 'An Accolade of Sexism'. The German PUA-scene loved it, back in the 00s. In it, an Austrian tells his reader to be cool, to have tons of friends, to go to a three parties per week and to 'spin many plates'. Basically, he tells his reader to just be one of the cool guys, bro. He also has examples, little anecdotes where he tells us how cool he acted in this or that situation. The reader is supposed to copy his behavior. I never even tried, it would just be ridiculous and fake. If I behaved like that, even an idiot could see that I'm just a loser pretending to be a cool guy.
>More likely than not they haven't had strong male role models either compounding the problem of them not knowing how to act and being fuck ups, and it wouldn't surprise me if a fair share of them resented their mothers or are single mother homes who secretly despise their mothers as "whores" for not being with the father. Also PROTIP women are often very good at picking up on that.
My father died when I was seven. My mother could have dealt with my two younger siblings, but she hated my guts for existing and sucking up resources. Resources like food or a few ill-fitting clothes handed down to me from my younger
cousin (those rags could have gone straight to my younger brother instead) and a place to sleep. But she will never admit that she hated me for existing. When he was still alive, my father scared the shit out of me. He mocked me, he scolded me, he hit me.
When I was four, he tried to teach me soccer. I remember an afternoon of him yelling at me, in the presence of a ball. I just couldn't do what he wanted me to do. We walked home in silence, him angry and disappointed, I sad and beaten. He often compared me to my younger brother. One time, he sat my brother and me behind the wheel of the family car, and let us steer, like a stereotypical dad from a fucking Springsteen-song.
At that point, I practically shat my pants whenever my father was around. I was nervous, and I did everything wrong. Then, he let my younger brother try. And my younger brother did better than I. MUCH better. He told me that my younger brother had done much better, and that I would never be able to drive. I begged for another chance, but he wouldn't give me another chance. I had failed one more time. To my father, I embodied disappointment.
on the successful application of folk psychology.
Still, it taught me a thing or two. Most people who had loving parents see life and other humans through rose-tinted glasses. I see people for what they really are.
>Picking on someone you think is weaker than you is not charismatic and betrays an inner lack of confidence if you're physically pushing people into lockers.
Weird. The guy who actually pushed me into a locker in 8th grade got laid all the time. And he didn't only push, he pushed me in, shut the door, locked it and left me there until a teacher found me. That was, of course, not the only thing him and his friends and many other kids did to me over the years. On various occasions, I was held by two guys and kicked in the nuts by a third. For quite some time, that was my daily morning routine. Before I entered the school building, I was kicked in the balls a few times. Once, in fourth grade, I was pinned to the ground by four kids, and had my pants pulled down by a fifth, then they called the girls to look at my pre-pubescent dick. They forced one girl to suck me, then they mocked me for not getting hard. I just had enough time left to cover myself when the teacher arrived. In later years, there sometimes was cum on my jeans after gym class, and it sure as heck wasn't my cum. I was never raped anally, but it was a close call. Minor shit like twisted arms happened daily.
And boy, the girls were into this guy who locked me into that locker. One girl said
>Andi, don't lock little Ernst into lockers, it's not his fault that he's such a spaz.
45 minutes later, that girl made out with him. Why? The fuck do I know, I'm not a mind-reader. But the girls were into those guys, that's for sure.
You keep using that word. So ALPHA=WINNERS and BETA=LOSERS do exist. Why write a long post to tell me how I'm wrong when you basically agree with me?
>her little tests
=shittests. Your post reads 'PUA in fifteen lines or less'.>>41945
>I guess there are plenty of people who got bullied as school kids or lost at one point in life. Your reasoning is faulty as there do exist many "emiprical" counter examples.
So? There also are many women with small breasts who landed reasonably attractive husbands. Still, men like big boobs better and women like bullies better. If a woman hears that man was at one point in his life was bullied, she stops seeing him as a man. She instead perceives him as a needy little puppy at best or a piece of shit on her shoe at worst. You can see it in their eyes when it happens. I chatted with a woman in a bar, friend walks up, tells her how they once did this and that mean thing to me, she's gone. It happened more than once.
What does that have to do with anything? Sorry for not seeing the connection. I just would have liked to lead a normal fucking life like a normal fucking person, that's all. I didn't get that. The guys who bullied me did. As simple as that.
>You bring in money which is something that is not even a precursor of animal biology
It sure as hell is good indicator of life success in conventional western society. And yes, women are more attracted to wealthy men. But the effect of body height, for example, is by far greater.
I'm unable to make sense of the rest your post. It reads like a word-by-word translation of your train of thought. Your writing style is similar to that of a guy who posted on kohlchan's /int/ back in 2014. You are not, perchance, the "knower of things"?