Why men don't pursue romance

Men do not pursue romance. And the culture of firmly asserts that you shouldn't. Do not worry though, we are not MGTOW or black pill or any of those weirdos. There is a biological, philosophical, and Godly reason why men should not pursue romance. This is not a commonly discussed viewpoint, but in the real world, healthy relationships are NOT the result of romance or any of the feelings that the Big Love industry and feminine imperative is trying to peddle to you. If you would rather continue in the false reality that romance is key to healthy male- female relationships, then read no further. But if you would like to know how this world actually works, don't get flabbergasted, get dabbergasted and continue reading!

Okay, so men should not pursue romance, and the first question you might ask is, "Why not? How am I going to get laid? How am I going to find a wife? If romance is not the goal, then where do babies come from?"

Hahaha, where do I start?


How to be immune to cancel culture

Cancel culture is the so called new phenomena keeping the media hostage as we go into the 20's. No one is safe, and everyone with a following is vulnerable to some uproar from a "marginalized" group. For whatever reason, in the past few years, being Veruca Salt from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory has become the route to relevancy. Is it because of Trump? Are people mimicking his propensity toward disdain? Or are we in the middle of a years long protest in which anything positive that can come from these times is being ripped apart by sore losers who don't understand the U.S.'s Democratic voting process? Here is what Dabbergasted thinks about all if this:

Cancel Culture is NOT new

First off, cancel culture is absolutely NOT a new phenomena. Social media might be the preferred method of delivery these days, but humans as a species have a very long and detailed record of "canceling" entities that they didn't agree with. Take the Roman Colosseum w…

Vampirella Quarterly #1 Review: This one bites

I nabbed my copy of Vampirella yesterday because I saw it mentioned next to this indie comic titled, "Cyberfrog" somewhere on Youtube. I got this specific issue because I found the cover artwork to be profoundly sexy. At first glance, Vampirella looks like a dirty magazine, (and really, it kind of is) and it's very hard to pay attention to the plot with bulging vampire breasts all over the place and erotic fights taking place. The comic book reminds me of an erotic comic I read online awhile back titled "Sexy Symphonies." All of the fight sequences were of people wrestling and tumbling in an erotic fashion. I would say Vampirella is NSFW even though there is no outright nudity and sex taking place. Lewdness is clearly at the forefront of the marketing of this comic!

Once you get past Vampirella's heaving melons, you'll find that Vampirella is actually pretty educational about European mythology. It's specifically a perversion of various European myt…

Why it's Time for You to Either Join Us or Go Away

Since President Trump first made his bid for office in 2015, the media will have you to believe that the entire world disagrees with his presidency. Trump and his supporters have been treated like invaders in a strange land. These people have been treated like their ideas are new, radical, unpredictable, and dangerous. Every paper and major news media outlet has turned into end times prophesiers. Every day there's a new major political headline, but the days continue to go by. No wars have started, very few have been killed, and it's been business per usual. Eventually you have to stop and ask yourself this: Why hasn't the world come to an end yet? Where is the civil war? Why haven't protesters started catching themselves on fire? (Edit, since I first wrote this, there have been reports!) And somewhere in that questioning, you have to ask yourself, "If this is how it's going to be moving forward, then what do I do next?" To anyone who is Pro Trump, Pro Ch…

10 Reasons Why the World Needs More Gold Digging Women

Worldwide, we watch in awe as women attempt to surge ahead of men in several arenas of life. But upon close inspection, these women typically don't want to go off and do their own thing. They don't want to invent their own planes and trains and cars, they want men's planes and trains and cars. They don't want to go off and establish their own women countries or create their own jobs, they want to take over countries founded by men and they want to steal men's jobs. Women aren't going anywhere, so their wants and needs will always be relevant and something a society will have to take care of. But how do we satiate women's new needs without completely disenfranchising the men that make it all possible? My answer is that you hold the gold digger in high esteem! Before you get flabbergasted and leave: Don't. Get dabbergasted instead with these 10 reasons why the world needs more Gold diggers:

I wonder what secret made this a successful coupling
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What is it Like to Date an INTP?

You're in class and the teacher who is struggling with her weight mentions in lecture that digestion speeds up during exercise. The class goes into a back and forth discussion about their opinions on health, dieting and exercise. Among the chattering, you see a hand flailing in the back of the classroom and then you notice it's attached to a student you never noticed before. The teacher calls on him to speak and he starts.. "Ummm, actually, digestion slows during exercise. I saw it on Discovery Channel." The teacher replies with, "Are you sure? That's not right!" The class murmurs in agreement with the teacher and suddenly the bell rings. You see that the guy is upset, but you agree with the teacher, pack up your things, and head to lunch. Subconsciously, you categorize the guy in the back as a complete idiot. He was always quiet and you saw him get a mediocre score on a quiz that one time. At this point, you're kind of annoyed by the guy for making…

Why College Students Shouldn't Worry About Student Loan Debt (At All)

It has become common among many young people, namely millennials, to be concerned by the effect of student loan debt on their future. Prepare to be dabbergasted as I reveal to you why student loans aren't as big of a deal as some people (who ironically want your money too) make it out to be.

Student Loan Debt Pales in Comparison to Other Debts You Accrue in Life The average student loan debt in 2018 was $29, 800. Now while numbers rarely lie, they often mislead. In life, you will find yourself in far more debt than this. Your parents and the people before you have been able to handle debts like this, so why can't you? Here's a list of debts you may accrue in your life that will total higher than your student loan debt:
The average  new car loan taken out totals to $29,921.17The national average mortgage (house loan) is $201,811Medical debts are the number one cause of bankruptcy in the United States with 75% of those bankruptcies coming from people who had medical insurance…