A Man Wants a Wife, Not a “Co-Worker”

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by Uncle Elmer on February 20, 2012

Recent big media essays have admonished men to choose “brainy” women over less-educated ones. While an intelligent, talented spouse is certainly desirable, efforts to push women into the career-force have created generations of females incapable of rudimentary home-making skills. It is no small wonder that the growing obesity epidemic has swollen along with the rise in women’s employment as millions of families make do with convenient preassembled synthi-food and hamburger franchise takeout. Working women don’t have time or inclination to purchase, prepare, and cook delicious home meals.  A steady feminist propaganda campaign has also cast women’s kitchen work at best as servile domesticity and casually, as flat-out paternalistic abuse. Men are also advised on what they want via “studies” showing that they prefer intelligence and education vs. “a good cook and housekeeper”, qualities that had allegedly dropped to the bottom of an 18-point scale “marital desirability” scale.

Like many of today’s men, I had developed a utilitarian food preparation system that while somewhat industrial, was economical and nutritious. With a bread machine, rice cooker, “crockpot”, and some decent knives I managed to keep food costs down while providing a diet far healthier than restaurant fare.

So when my ForeignBride finally arrived, I expected her to share equally in the house and kitchen chores. She had no such interests. In fact, we had quite a bit of argument before she relented and allowed me to warsh the dishes every night.

Like most Asians, she has a passion for food culture, but her enjoyment of cooking borders on art. And while every Viet restaurant in town has offered her a job on the spot because for some reason they know automatically that she is a great cook, I prefer she stay home and take care of the house. For me it is worth the reduced income to have a cheerful wife preparing great meals at home.

Rather than wax about the meaning of it all, in the spirit of a Forbes Stock Photo Gallery, I provide photos of her cooking here as a Spearhead Photo Essay :

A Man Wants a Wife Not a “Co-Worker”

 

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GoldenScepter February 20, 2012 at 09:12

Sweet.

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GoldenScepter February 20, 2012 at 09:12

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Annonymous February 20, 2012 at 09:15

A Man Wants a Wife, Not a “Co-Worker”

Least of all an in house competitor, a state agent or an implacable aggitant.

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AfOR February 20, 2012 at 09:22

Dude, the food looks good….

but the deal is ALWAYS the future and what if, never now.

you live in a country where she automagically has all the legal power.

THAT, is all that counts in the end.

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Anonymous age 69 February 20, 2012 at 09:29

Elmer, you did not point it out, but I saw it anyway. SHE IS BAREFOOT IN THE KITCHEN!!!!!!!!!

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pb February 20, 2012 at 09:47

Go primal and go barefoot everywhere…

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AtomicSwirl February 20, 2012 at 09:51

Dude, I want one!

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Steve_85 February 20, 2012 at 09:54

Shoes are like pants; optional.

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WGMOW February 20, 2012 at 09:54

“It is no small wonder that the growing obesity epidemic has swollen along with the rise in women’s employment as millions of families make do with convenient preassembled synthi-food and hamburger franchise takeout.”

Indeed it is not. But have you ever wondered why hugely and morbidly obese women are usually in the demographic now called “food insecure,” and are are also the ones most frequently found in lines at soup kitchens and food pantries?

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Just1X February 20, 2012 at 09:57

Still looking hot Uncle Elmer, what moisturiser do you use when you get your regular facials?

(I remember that you said ages ago that this wasn’t you, but I couldn’t resist after all the day-spa posts)

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David F. February 20, 2012 at 10:01

You are a lucky man, Elmer!

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j24601 February 20, 2012 at 10:09

Thanks Uncle Elmer. As always, bang on the money. Like a proper meal; this article is well prepared, beautifully served and does the job perfectly.

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Ghost February 20, 2012 at 10:22

Amazingly, dating “expert” Rachel Greenwald insinuated as much in her book Why He Didn’t Call You Back

http://www.yourtango.com/200924756/number-one-reason-why-he-didnt-call-back

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Rebel February 20, 2012 at 10:25

The real truth is….

Expecting an “university educated” woman to be a wife is as futile as expecting a fried chicken to lay an egg.

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Uncle Elmer February 20, 2012 at 10:33

Elmer, you did not point it out, but I saw it anyway. SHE IS BAREFOOT IN THE KITCHEN!!!!!!!!!

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Also referred to as a “cis-barefoot” or “barefoot-normative” relationship.

Ray Manta February 20, 2012 at 10:57

Elmer, you’ve outdone yourself.

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Cranky February 20, 2012 at 10:57

Top photo sink: other than the fish, what are the other sea creatures in there? (I’ve been exploring Asian cooking more in depth; just curious).

Thank you.

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keyster February 20, 2012 at 11:03

That looks delicious!
The thing with a foreign bride is that you sacrifice “cultural-commonalities” for other talents. You have to speak to them in a “pigeon english” dialect or they have no idea what you’re talking about. It gets tedious. Or do you rationalize it by saying “at least she can cook and “love you long time”.

I honestly think she’d be a catch to a native man in her native country Elmer. Not all southeast asians are like that. I’ve known many of the men and their wives. They can be just as recalcitrant and indignant as any sassy American “co-worker”/wife.

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AlphA February 20, 2012 at 11:18

@Rebel

The real truth is….

Expecting an “university educated” woman to be a wife is as futile as expecting a fried chicken to lay an egg.

Ain’t that the truth. How and why the MSM dosn’t yet realize that, really boggles me. By DEFINITION, someone who spends four years getting brainwashed in Women’s Studies classes won’t want to make you a sandwich.

Barefoot, too.

@Elmer – If that isn’t you, then cool Photoshop skills.

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AlphA February 20, 2012 at 11:18

@Rebel

The real truth is….

Expecting an “university educated” woman to be a wife is as futile as expecting a fried chicken to lay an egg.

Ain’t that the truth. How and why the MSM doesn’t yet realize that, really boggles me. By DEFINITION, someone who spends four years getting brainwashed in Women’s Studies classes won’t want to make you a sandwich.

Barefoot, too.

@Elmer – If that isn’t you, then cool Photoshop skills.

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Uncle Elmer February 20, 2012 at 11:29

@Elmer – If that isn’t you, then cool Photoshop skills.

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Thanks, it was Photoshop “Elements” 7.0, which was bundled free with a Watcom tablet. A bit difficult to use but I seem to have it figured out. I struggled but failed to get the neck wrinkles before the big deadline.

BeijaFlor February 20, 2012 at 11:48

Does your wife give cooking lessons, Elmer?

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Ollie February 20, 2012 at 11:56

Damn, Elmer….
Does she have a single, age 20-35 female relative you can introduce me to?

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Steve_85 February 20, 2012 at 12:00

BeijaFlor February 20, 2012 at 11:48

Does your wife give cooking lessons, Elmer?
______________________________________________

Not if he’s smart!

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Uncle Elmer February 20, 2012 at 12:11

Damn, Elmer….
Does she have a single, age 20-35 female relative you can introduce me to?

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http://www.vietnamcupid.com/

W.F. Price February 20, 2012 at 12:15

Gotta love the touch of French in Vietnamese cuisine. Very nice, Elmer. Maybe when you two get older and have more time on your hands you can open a restaurant called “Indochine Chez Elmer.”

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Traveller February 20, 2012 at 12:58

You are very lucky, congratulations.

You live something many of us have lost hope to obtain.

****

So, in the 3rd and 4th photo are they plastic/paper glasses? Are they called glasses in English even if they are of paper? :-)

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Rocco February 20, 2012 at 13:13

OT

While the mens rights movement looks longingly at something feminists abandoned 40 years ago….teaching their daughters how to cook.

And they did this secretely and covertly, manipulating men and women who still liked men into a concrete wall that if you even think to scale it your called a misogynist even by MRA’s…..I was called one just this weak here.

While were doing this, women are using technology to publically display their propaganda and ensure men can’t see it.

What could be the reason for such technology?

Certainly the BBC loves it …. and their audience is women because most men never learned to read too good.

Title: “Advert on Oxford Street shown only to women”

“An interactive hoarding at a London bus stop aims to show a 40-second advertisement only to women and girls.

The screen showing the short video campaign, by children’s charity Plan UK, is located at a bus stop opposite Selfridges on Oxford Street.

A camera will measure facial features of the person standing at the screen to decide whether it is a man or a woman. It guesses right 90% of the time.

If it is a male, the screen will direct him to the charity’s campaign website.

The advertisement highlights the issue of women and girls in developing countries, who face poverty and discrimination, not getting the choice to decide how they want to lead their lives.

Males will not get to see the advertisement in order to make them aware about gender discrimination, the charity said.”

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-17099518

Men are not allowed to meet. If they even congregate to read something they are monitored like MRA sites and attacked.

Men are committing suicide at record levels because of this and their are feminists so foul they will not allow other men to share these stories and so start to find hope and solutions…..

We are truly second class citizens incapable of helping ourselves.

Perhaps we never were or perhaps the feminist brain washing was too effective.

For me, I remember whent there was sanity and the rest of the world still is……escape prison USA.

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wobbegong February 20, 2012 at 13:15

You Bastard!!! :-)

As for barefoot in the kitchen. At my dentist in Thailand you’re not allowed to were footwear anywhere in the surgery!

5 years, I’m there!

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Like a G-6 February 20, 2012 at 13:20

UNRELATED, but I’m thinking of making an article on this subject:

Maternal bipshenol A decreases attractiveness of male offspring:
http://www.pnas.org/content/108/28/11305.full

BPA and the Single, Spacey, Sex-Starved Male:
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/love-sex-and-babies/201201/bpa-and-the-single-spacey-sex-starved-male

This is some seriously fucked up shit and may be a physical, chemical component in the massive feminisation of the west! What would you expect would happen if you exposed a large population for about 3/4 of a century to chemicals that mimic estrogen and act as androgen antagonists, but what we see today?

Could this be the reason for the spike in “Nice guys” and “Grass eaters?”

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Rebel February 20, 2012 at 13:56

@Like a G-6

I think that this is directly related to the depopulation agenda which everybody says does not exist.

It goes along with lowered sperm count, ED, iporn, sexbots, redfems and whatnot.

I would like to suggest you go through Stefan Molyneux’s videos regarding statism and human farming. Much will become clear to you.

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Rebel February 20, 2012 at 14:01

@Rocco:

A lot of the time, I think that men’s cause is a desperate case.
For instance, when the next war begins, millions of men will volunteer to be used as cannon fodder, even though they are seen as little more than dog shit.

What to do?
Help those who open their eyes.

And for all the others?
Just don’t give a shit!

This way, you will keep your sanity.

:-)

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crella February 20, 2012 at 14:14

Fabulous, Elmer! Thank you for posting that, it’s fascinating to see food from other cultures, and prepared so well. Your wife obviously enjoys cooking well. Those aren’t ’30 minute meals’.

“But have you ever wondered why hugely and morbidly obese women are usually in the demographic now called “food insecure,” and are are also the ones most frequently found in lines at soup kitchens and food pantries?’

The whole food/eating dynamic in the US is horribly skewed. People don’t stop eating when they’re comfortably full, in part spurred on by the doubling of portion sizes since the late 80s or early 90s. I find it weird that as women shunned cooking more and more as ‘slave labor’ they got bigger and bigger, you see more women with eating disorders. I wonder now, after reading your post, if it’s linked. I know what the meaning of your phrase ‘food insecure’ means, but I fleetingly wondered if women abandoning the kitchen, and refusing to learn basic skills has led to another kind of ‘food insecurity’. Rationally, if you live in a country where food is plentiful and cheap, and you can eat just about anything anytime you want it, I don’t see the drive to eat until you weight 250-300 pounds, it’s not like famine is threatening right around the corner, but women eat and eat and eat. I’m flabbergasted whenever I go back to the US, I often think that the obese portion of the population can’t grow any more than it has, and they prove me wrong every time.

The Japanese went through severe rationing and food deprivation during WWII, I’ve heard from many old women how they lived on rice gruel with some sweet potatoes thrown in. Their calorie intake was about 500-600 daily, if that. This has resulted in a nation of extreme foodies, that worship a well-made well-presented meal. It can be a $5 bowl of chicken on rice, or $100 sushi, but it has to be done well. Restaurants and even street stalls that don’t put in the effort are soon gone. Very, very fussy about food, but you don’t see obesity or eating until they’re stuffed. It’s an interesting difference.

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Like a G-6 February 20, 2012 at 14:46

@Rebel

I’m quite familiar with the depopulation agenda. Endgame, and Order of Death, ought to be required viewing for everyone!

Endgame:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-CrNlilZho
Bibliography:
http://www.whatistheendgame.com/

Order of Death:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKjHsH4Dg1k

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Like a G-6 February 20, 2012 at 14:46

Why am I being moderated, or is this something new?

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Rebel February 20, 2012 at 15:04

Mass entertainment sells tech tyranny.

http://www.henrymakow.com/

For those few for whom freedom still bears some meaning, (I suspect there are more than one, hence the plural form) I suggest reading this short article.

I’ve been commenting a lot about the need to live a more secretive life for one’s sake and freedom.

But with 30 thousand drones eventually flying all over the U.S. and spying on everybody, I wonder where there could be a safe place.

Maybe somewhere in the guts of the planet? Or in the Amazonian forest?

On the other hand, apart from Rocco, does anyone give a sh.t anyway?

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Thomas Tell-Truth February 20, 2012 at 15:10

If you want to see a feminist assplode, point out the correlation between the rise of feminism and the shift of women to the workforce and the growth of obesity and diabetes.

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Marlene February 20, 2012 at 15:15

We still exist, white women who cook and take care of our men and families. I made my boyfriend homeade enchiladas, guacamole, and pina coladas this weekend and just spent two hours preparing homeade lasagna for my parents. On top of that, I am educated (physician). Some men are lucky enough to have found an American woman that still enjoys cooking and places a high value on nutrition and fitness.

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DelTaco February 20, 2012 at 15:16

Wow. That’s a helluva spread Elmer. Nice. You are a lucky man.

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Anonymous Reader February 20, 2012 at 15:26

Also referred to as a “cis-barefoot” or “barefoot-normative” relationship.

I’m not sure this alternative lifestyle choice is acceptable, Elmer. Have you run it past Encorpora HR and EEO offices for approval?

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Antifeminist One February 20, 2012 at 15:31

Rebel, I guess I found the fried chicken that lays (golden) eggs.

My partner has master degrees and is from a wealthy family (cooking and cleaning paid for). Before meeting me, she didn’t cook.

Bought her some cookbooks and she makes great food now, because she wants to please her man.

Like Elmer, I got an import model. And I suggest everyone else look for one too.

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Anonymous Reader February 20, 2012 at 15:34

Apropos of food, women and such, a while back I did some charity work serving food. It was a pretty good crew, most of the kitchen help were on top of things most of the time, the people serving out food on the line were mostly women and they were making nice with the customers. Pretty pleasant day, considering, although I was careful to wear my best fast-walking boots with non-slip soles ’cause I been there before and I wind up spending the whole shift walking quickly to solve problems.

There was a short, pantsuited woman on the line whom I helped with some heavy stuff. She got a small burn, and in my callous, cruel, male way I said to her what I was once told in a much larger kitchen: “Life in the kitchen ain’t complete without a few burns”. As I grinned and turned away, she attempted to dazzle me with her smile and replied “This is the only kitchen I’m ever in! That’s why they invented restaurants and takeout!”

Need I describe her physique? Porkulus.

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Keyster February 20, 2012 at 15:34

“I would like to suggest you go through Stefan Molyneux’s videos regarding statism and human farming. Much will become clear to you.”

He’s the thinking man’s Mark Levin or Mark Steyn.
Highly recommended.
The US hasn’t heard of him much because he’s based in Canada.
He uses the New Media well.

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Oddsock February 20, 2012 at 15:40

Rebel

It is said; the wise Guru does not awaken students that wish to remain asleep.

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MRA February 20, 2012 at 15:50

Nothing is better to watch than your wife cook for you while barefoot and naked.

Every men should have that privilege. Privilege? I’d say right.

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crella February 20, 2012 at 16:11

‘You have to speak to them in a “pigeon english” dialect or they have no idea what you’re talking about. It gets tedious. Or do you rationalize it by saying “at least she can cook and “love you long time”.’

Or, you learn her language…the ‘pigeon English’ (or in our case ‘pigeon Japanese’ ;-D) stage doesn’t last all that long anyway. 2-3 years is enough to become proficient enough in another language to navigate daily activities without a problem.

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RMM February 20, 2012 at 16:21

Elmer, this is why I was so amused by the link to Forbes you posted the other day about bringing homemade stuff to work (well, besides the “tempest in a teapot” angle). It’s a self-correcting issue, in a few more years the last remnant of the Encorpera-bound cook-capable double X worker units will disappear and it’ll be a moot point.

Incidentally, the only thing funnier than the woman who can’t cook is the one who can’t cook but claims there is this ONE dish she can make which surpasses everything you could possibly wish for in a meal. Which is of course bullcrap. Casually one-upping them with the same dish, properly cooked, when a chance presents itself (potluck dinners are a particularly good opportunity to do this) is really hilarious.

Haven’t met many women who claim they can cook. Of those, not many can actually cook. And of those, can’t think of many who can cook better than I can. Slim pickings, I suppose. Or just the opposite.

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ecnayonnA February 20, 2012 at 16:44

I have a friend who once told me that if i wanted to keep a woman, i had to learn how to be a great cook. that always struck me as being wrong. at the time he worked for the DSE (in Australia, Victoria the department of sustainability and environment work to make sure that there are fire breaks, control burns and such) while she worked as a cashier in the local supermarket. if he worked all day rack hoeing in the middle of nowhere and came home, she wouldnt even try to cook him a dinner, just feed their pets. All i could see was that if i was to have a “good” woman not only would i be expected to bring money in with a job, but also i would be doing most of the house work. btw, i dont even think she did much cos their place was pretty messy.

Elmer’s post just reminds me that every younger woman i have gone out with tend to have worse cooking skills then me, and my skills have seriously declined over the last 10 years.

its pretty sad that when i go to dating sites not only am i looking for women who are not trying to settle, or have no kids, but also have the ability to cook. the choices i got for my area are pretty low i can tell you.

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Rebel February 20, 2012 at 16:44

@Antifeminist One

I am mighty glad for you.

It’s not luck: it’s the wise choice you made.

Imports are usually of a higher quality.

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Rebel February 20, 2012 at 16:45

@Oddsock:

I hear you.

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Rebel February 20, 2012 at 17:00

@Oddsock:
You got mail.

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Uncle Elmer February 20, 2012 at 18:11

Cranky February 20, 2012 at 10:57 [edit]

Top photo sink: other than the fish, what are the other sea creatures in there? (I’ve been exploring Asian cooking more in depth; just curious).

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Squid mostly. When she returns from visiting relatives in Houston, she drags a couple coolers of this stuff through the airport.

Traveller February 20, 2012 at 12:58

So, in the 3rd and 4th photo are they plastic/paper glasses? Are they called glasses in English even if they are of paper?

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Plastic. Guilty as charged. Have been recently working for a guy who is rabidly anti-plastic, which makes for amusing restaurant scenes when they bring us plasti-ware. At the airport he got into it with a restaurant manager who said they used plastic for “security reasons” even though we were served glass beer bottles.

He pointed out that there is a continent-size mat of plastic debris in the Pacific Ocean. Depressing really.

sestamibi February 20, 2012 at 18:39

My wife doesn’t know how to separate an egg, let alone cook a multi-course dinner. I do all the cooking, but I have no problem with that. I enjoy it, and I get to control the menus here at home. She does all the cleaning up, for which I’m eternally grateful, because I HATE that part. Works for us almost 15 years now.

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Anon February 20, 2012 at 18:42

Uncle Elmer,

You *have* to make sure the dumbshits at Forbes Woman, particularly Victoria Pynchon, see this photo essay….

Victoria Pynchon hasn’t had her ass ‘pynched’ by a man in decades…

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Anon February 20, 2012 at 18:45

sestamibi,

Yeah, I would rather choose cooking, out of the two, if I could.

But are you also the sole breadwinner? What % of your income is from her? If you earn all the money, the fact that you also cook is pretty lopsided.

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Survivorman February 20, 2012 at 19:07

Can anyone here imagine what kind of CRAP a man would (willingly) put up with in the course of a workday — if he knew for a fact that he would come home to a meal like this and a loving wife ?

I sure can’t, because it has never happened in my 55 years.

Not once.

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poester99 February 20, 2012 at 19:11

Still looking hot Uncle Elmer, what moisturiser do you use when you get your regular facials?

hopefully not the same moisturizer that his wife uses when she receives her facials….
sorry couldn’t resist after all the Hugo Schwyzer buzz after he “came” clean.

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poester99 February 20, 2012 at 19:26

Incidentally, the only thing funnier than the woman who can’t cook is the one who can’t cook but claims there is this ONE dish she can make which surpasses everything you could possibly wish for in a meal. Which is of course bullcrap. Casually one-upping them with the same dish, properly cooked, when a chance presents itself (potluck dinners are a particularly good opportunity to do this) is really hilarious.

lol.. yes I did this at the beginning of my last LTR. She claimed to cook well, but I’m pretty accomplished at it, and I outdid her in it, including with her “special” dish. I suspect many men (fathers) are not willing to be completely honest when their little snowflake cooks average or even crappy food.

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poester99 February 20, 2012 at 19:32

Elmer, I cook very well for myself and for friends so I don’t need that from a partner.
However I’m glad you did so well for yourself, those are some very nice looking spreads.

Keyster
He’s the thinking man’s Mark Levin or Mark Steyn.

wtf… Mark Steyn is the thinking man’s Mark Steyn!

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W.F. Price February 20, 2012 at 20:33

My wife doesn’t know how to separate an egg, let alone cook a multi-course dinner. I do all the cooking, but I have no problem with that. I enjoy it, and I get to control the menus here at home. She does all the cleaning up, for which I’m eternally grateful, because I HATE that part. Works for us almost 15 years now.

-sestamibi

I’m with you. I like cooking, and am pretty damn good at it, but cleaning is a CHORE. I’ll gladly shop for groceries and cook if my woman cleans up. But I’ve got to hand it to Elmer — his wife is a pro. I sure wouldn’t turn that meal down, and, even better, it looks really healthy. I have never met an American woman my age or younger who can cook that well. It’s actually hard to believe that any of them ever could.

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Phil February 20, 2012 at 21:28

Young american women can’t cook since they are too busy having promiscuous sex and working at their job. Or watching entertainment shows. Cooking for their man would mean they are “oppressed”. They are too busy destroying civilization to learn how to cook.

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piercedhead February 20, 2012 at 21:33

“I have never met an American woman my age or younger who can cook that well. It’s actually hard to believe that any of them ever could.”

Reading Mencken’s “In Praise of Women”, written in 1918, he makes quite the point of the American wife’s execrable cooking effort. He makes such a point of it, that one suspects he was probably exposed to genuine cooking skills elsewhere.

Having spent years abroad and been subjected to Anglosphere women’s culinary craft, I can’t help but agree with him. Western women can’t cook for crap, and haven’t been able to for 50 years at least. The only women cooks I can personally commend were those who were born and raised on farms, and for whom cooking for men was a key part of their living.

Having learned how to cook for myself out of necessity (no way would I ever entrust myself to a woman to be fed regularly, nor allow myself to marry under Western law), I have learned half their secret: access to fresh, varied and seasonal produce. The more one dick with Nature’s product, the more lost is the better part.

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Aharon February 20, 2012 at 22:06

Good for you Elmer. You have found a good woman. I’m happy for you.

Recently, I read a ‘study’ claim that men are now more attracted to a woman’s intelligence and not focused on her physical looks. Ok, I can rhetorically reply a couple ways. The study or source was never named or quoted in the mass media story. How fat were the feminist journalists who wrote the story? What the hell are they calling ‘intelligence’? Is it some woman who is a product of America’s modern educational system and socialization process?

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piercedhead February 20, 2012 at 22:18

“Recently, I read a ‘study’ claim that men are now more attracted to a woman’s intelligence and not focused on her physical looks. “

Maybe men of any common sense who are withdrawing from the mating pool are leaving the field open to larger numbers of idiots?

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Rocco February 20, 2012 at 22:29

OT

This same thing was anticipated in the middle east 20 years ago…..I agree that the future will be shaped by angry young men.

I know I’m pretty angry.

http://www.thenational.ae/thenationalconversation/comment/future-will-be-shaped-by-the-rise-of-the-angry-young-man#full

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jimbo February 20, 2012 at 23:11

Eminently reasonable “human” amounts of things such as respect, consideration, sexual gratification, gratitude, understanding, the making of a home and descent cooking are basically all that men have historically needed or desired from women. Men in return have done all kinds of things in repayment… including the building of the fucking house, supplying the food and dieing to protect women.

The inability of women to cook is analogous to so many of today’s women’s failures to reasonably meet any of the needs of men in the western world.

As for those men that like to cook. I also like to cook. But… It’s a slippery slope.

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Oddsock February 20, 2012 at 23:58

Rebel you old goat. You have mail.

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E February 21, 2012 at 00:38

Rebel

Expecting an “university educated” woman to be a wife is as futile as expecting a fried chicken to lay an egg.

bingo
A college educated woman can never understand that the reason why she lives a life of comfort is
because it was all built by men

precisely because this goes against the fundamental basis of her university education which is the ignorant belief that she has been oppressed.
Gentlemen do not marry a college “educated” women. You can work yourself to death bringing home the bacon, yet they will not have the emotional capacity to understand that they have what they have because men made it all possible.

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The Caliph February 21, 2012 at 01:01

Mrs Caliph didn’t know how to cook when we first met, BUT,she was willing to learn to please The Caliph (less i revert back to my harem).

On the plus side, she learnt to cook uniquely to my taste buds.

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crella February 21, 2012 at 01:12

Marlene, it interests me that women like you don’t say ‘I can cook’ instead of using ‘we’, why whenever a woman wants to say that she isn’t like other women she can’t, but has to say ‘not all women are like that’?

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Oddsock February 21, 2012 at 01:15

E

Correct but lets not forget, college educated women covers a wide spectrum. Many women that attend college are on courses such as beauty therapy hairdressing flower arranging and many other similar subjects. It is still only a few women that attend the higher education level course. Not that it matters. My point being, regardless of the womans education level, the majority are about as much use as an ashtray on a motorbike. Now add to that the average social security queen, of which there are millions, and you can now see we have a very large section of women that have no idea how privilegd they are or how to give much if anything nor how to reciprocate. This, IMHO, is the aftermath of so many years of being treated as something special and way above men. As we all know, women these days can do and say just about anything and get away with it. Little to do with college education.

It is we men that must change. Women never will. Men are still happy to be doormats walking ATM’s wage slaves and canon fodder. Most are still too afraid to challenge their own faulty programming let alone stand up for much higher and better treatment including our own lifestyles etc.

Women have lots of choices. Men have the usual. Work war or prison. Astoundingly, we still have men in the so called MRA’s that want to do no more than ask women to help them get slightly improved prison conditions. I kid you not. You could’t make up this shit.

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Opus February 21, 2012 at 01:49

I hate food. If there were something else to eat other than food then I would eat that.

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migu February 21, 2012 at 05:56

Wait a minute. Marlene went to medical school so she could become a stay at home mom? What a waste.

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Rocco February 21, 2012 at 05:57

@ Opus

Food is the patriarchial oppressors first move to enslave the peaceful and nurturing nature of the feminine goddess inside all of us.

Before there was agriculture, invented by men to enslave animals, women provided 80% of nutritional calories in the form of scavenging, similar to the way people now scavenge from the trash of the 1% per-cent although we pretend this is new behaviour, I’m sure it’s old as the padded bra.

So, it is men that are responsible for the move to agrarian soceity and only know that women have had their true potential unleashed by automation do we see their superior dedication, work ethic and moral correctness transforming the world.

So yes, Opus, food is groud zero for the political fight in the never ending battle of the sexes.

If you lived in the US you would know that an entire chain of stores called “Whole Foods” has capitalized on this.

While families, those with men to feed, have to shop at cosco buying bulk processed foods.

Free feminist women prefer over priced Whole Foods featuring pre-cooked meals ready to go at premium prices….but who cares….it’s your child support that pays for it.

I have learned to hate food too. But now my goal is to eat as little as possible. This helps with maintaining good body wieght, starves the megacompanies and, you live longer, the best revenge against feminists.

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Rocco February 21, 2012 at 06:21

And here we have some observations that hint that my fears may be founded.

Here are a group of women, Emilys list, 60,000 strong who’s only goal is to get men out of the legislature and women in.

“EMILY’s List, a political action committee dedicated to electing Democratic women to Congress, has launched a multi-pronged effort to rally voters around the birth control issue. The group has sent out multiple fundraising emails and created a new television ad, which features Friess’ comment and the image from the all-male Congressional hearing, in order to emphasize the need for more progressive women in leadership roles. Although Jess McIntosh, communications director for EMILY’s List, did not reveal the amount of money the group has raised in the past two weeks, she said it’s clear that the latest drive for money and supporters has been a huge success.

“We added over 60,000 members in the last couple weeks,” McIntosh told The Huffington Post Friday. “We had over 30,000 petition signers just yesterday for a petition about the birth control mandate, which is unusual. We have raised more money for candidates at this point in the cycle than ever before, and we’ve definite seen an uptick in also how active these folks are.””

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/02/20/birth-control-republicans-democrats_n_1289166.html

Do you suppose they have other reasons than just protecting contraception to have female majorities?

Already in Britian the legislature is run by the shadow female portion and now public signs can only be read by women using face recognition software.

The subjegation of men will be fully automated.

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Aharon February 21, 2012 at 06:34

With so many kids now being born to unwed mothers, someone somewhere commented America ‘now accepts’ the definition of the modern family as that of an adult female and her child(ren). That is pathetic and demonstrates how people are lost in seeing the big picture trend of how our culture/society has de-evolved the past forty years. Feminism up/society down. Yesterday, walking out of store on a cold rainy day, I passed by a young mother with her infant sitting on the ground with a homeless sign asking for money support. It was heartbreaking and I wondered where the infant’s father might be. Was he working a low income job unable to provide shelter, looking for work, in prison, being a deadbeat, did the mother even know the father’s name? It was sad yet disgusting since it is so common. Feminism up/society down. They broke society. Feminists should be held accountable to taking in homeless women and their kids.

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Aharon February 21, 2012 at 06:42

“It is we men that must change. Women never will. Men are still happy to be doormats walking ATM’s wage slaves and canon fodder. Most are still too afraid to challenge their own faulty programming let alone stand up for much higher and better treatment including our own lifestyles etc”.

@oddsock,

True. Underneath their surface reptilian skin, womyn have not changed. Womyn also still want us “to be doormats walking ATM’s wage slaves and canon fodder” which too many men still are being for them and society. Most men don’t want to be self-reflective and go deep inside where their heart and mind connect. They’d rather be soldier slaves.

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Rocco February 21, 2012 at 06:48

@ Aharon

I read something interesting the other day talking about matriarchy definitions.

They made the point that, since a person is only considered Jewish by birth if the mother is Jewish, isn’t this, by definition a matriarchy.

It would explain alot about the way many prominent intellectual jews appear to intellectually support feminism.

And makes feminism an especially pernicious evil for the jewish community.

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Aharon February 21, 2012 at 07:37

Rocco,

The mother determines a Jewish child’s identity and the father determines the child’s tribal lineage. My guess is that the law evolved to keep Jewish men from marrying and/or having kids with foreign women and to keep a pool of husband potential for Jewish women. It gets worse: women are free to marry and have kids or not. Men are required by law to marry and have kids. Interestingly, I believe that during the very early years, a child’s Jewish identity was from the father in addition to (or separate from the mother maybe).

This is an example of where I have a major problem with written religion. It seems to me a human construct and not one of a mystical connection a man had with God. I don’t trust the integrity of most clergy members not to creatively claim truths they thought up as coming from God however any person wants to define God and teachings.

Does it make Judaism a matriarchy? I don’t know. It definitely adds to the definition. Jewish women have been granted far too much power and reverence. On paper, traditionally men held sway over the intellectual side of things ie studies, laws, and community leadership and governance. Women dominated the family life. Far too many male scholars and leaders interpreted and wrote new laws granting more and more reverence for women and granting them special privileges while making far too many demands on men. Indirectly and directly, yes I think Judaism as practiced today leans matriarchal. Of course, womyn whine about how it is a patriarchy though women have it as always much easier than men.

Support for feminism holds way with the mangina Reformed Jews and white knight chivalry holds sway over the Orthodox. Thirty generations later, some simple teachings and concepts have been twisted and over-analyzed into more and more extremism thinking. I guess each generation needs to prove itself ‘good and noble’ by going more extreme than others.

There is a teaching that girl babies are born on a higher spiritual plane than boy babies therefore males need to spend more time in study and prayer, etc. OK, true boys and males are more mischievous and ready to go to war than females who are probably really just concerned with themselves getting hurt in a fight (and not the other side). That teaching also seems to me to be a control mechanism over males who will revolt against authority before females. Authority can be immoral, incompetent, and corrupt. Today, adult women take that teaching to mean they are above self-reflection and reproach. Excuse me while I go throw-up on that last thought.

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Anonymous Reader February 21, 2012 at 08:17

Opus
I hate food. If there were something else to eat other than food then I would eat that.

What’s inflatable sheep taste like, I wonder? Maybe that plus lotsa vitamin pills would be sufficient for you?

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Opus February 21, 2012 at 08:54

@Rocco
@Anonymous Reader

No, I really do not enjoy food. I would not eat at all, but unfortunately the pangs of hunger always overcome my dislike.

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Black Rebel February 21, 2012 at 09:13

The woman who can cook is going the way of the natural blonde and the Polar Bear; unless measures are taken, this subspecies will be extinct in North America. It’s so bad that it’s probably that when I have kids, I’ll be the one teaching them how to cook.

What’s baffling to me though, is not only how many young (18-25) year old women are less than useless in the kitchen (my own research puts the number at about 65%), but how some of them wear it as a badge of honor, as if condemning yourself and future kids to a lifetime of problems stemming from complications of obesidy is some kind of a victory for their gender.

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Towgunner February 21, 2012 at 09:23

All women are told (mind you, not by the mythical and oppressive patriarchy but by their own kind) to “work” (pardon get a “career”) and to shun any activity remotely related to some “domesticated” existence. No, you must be independent! So go get that suffocating corporate job and keep believing the lies from the media who tell you fulfillment is putting a cot in your cubicle and working on weekends…all the while being paid less and less. And on the topic of being paid less, is it because you are a women…well, yes it is. Here is why. No, there is no glass ceiling, which is almost comic in this age of drive-by lawsuits etc, no company would ever be stupid enough to pay a women less than a man, I wager to say that its men getting paid less just so a company can be overly compliant. But women are being paid less…yes, because they flooded the work force so supply > demand and thus the per unit cost for labor goes down. What the feminist won’t tell you is that everyone, men and women, are being paid less as a result of this. Good work feminists! women are also being told that cleaning is beneath them (funny because many women have and still work as cleaning ladies – but they’re from other countries and inferior to the evolved manhattan breed of women) and with that revelation, many other things are beneath them too. Like everything with women emotion and hysteria rapidly set in, irrationality abounds and practicality is rejected. So, now we have women living in literal shit pits, because they won’t clean, even if they had the time to do it. No, they’d rather spend that time drinking “wine” with their girls or at spin class (because we can’t miss cycling in a stationary position surrounded by a bunch of other germ-ridden, estrogen farting people who are obsessed with conforming). And when they go home, they all clamor in their little beehive condos in some “gentrified’ part of town…meaning another shit-hole, and sit back waiting for the sex in the city real-life episode to start. Meanwhile, their living quarters start to smell and they start to smell. Oh, and those long hours start to add up as the “glamour” of that “career” begins to fade quickly. All of a sudden, some hair starts to fall out. Now, we have “gender” parity – women can smell just as bad and be just as bald as men. Freedom is slavery!

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fondueguy February 21, 2012 at 09:42

Shouldn’t we value women that are hard working? Isn’t that what creates modesty and takes away an entitlement mindset? I’m obviously not talking about the women who get a vanity degree only to retire on hubby anyways. That means we never expected them to work. I’m talking about the ones who do real work which is about getting stuff done. Then on top of that, they cook because it just expected. But if you take away the work you leave out what made a person humble in the first place. And what used to simply be another duty becomes something that has a large inherent value just like the person doing it. And this large inherent value is what entitlement is.

Just imagine women valuing men for staying home and doing a few hours of carpentry every day. What a deal that would be.

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van Rooinek February 21, 2012 at 10:02

Could this be the reason for the spike in “Nice guys” and “Grass eaters?”

Don’t forget the phytoestrogens in soy, the primary vegetable protein of those afflicted with the eating disorders, Phytorexia and Soylimia. Some even give soymilk to their boys (feminizing them) and girls (settting the state for premature puberty, cancer, etc.)

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Marlene February 21, 2012 at 10:30

Migu,

I work full time in a specialty with set hours and a good lifestyle, and thus have time to cook. Having six weeks of vacation a year helps as well.

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Marlene February 21, 2012 at 10:43

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Anonymous age 69 February 21, 2012 at 10:49

Marlene, the men on this board have the right to want women like that. And, they have the right to go to a nation which has women like that if they don’t find them in the USA. Even if you don’t understand that right.

I speak with personal knowledge, writing as I do from Mexico. The same much hated American men are extremely HOT here. I am not young, but I have young attractive women interested in me. Not because I am NA, but because they like how I treat women. Yes, I am sure; I have encountered the gold-diggers.

By the way, while women fill more than half the med school seats, they work many hours a year less than male doctors do. There are even “Monday doctors”, women who work only one day a week. The more women we admit to med school, the greater the shortage of doctors.

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Anonymous age 69 February 21, 2012 at 11:00

>>People don’t stop eating when they’re comfortably full, in part spurred on by the doubling of portion sizes since the late 80s or early 90s.

Actually, the problem is a high carb diet. Carbs produce glucose in your blood, which produces large amounts of insulin, which is toxic s**t. Insulin makes you hungry again. Atkins did everything one human being can do to correct the exactly backwards information given out by the medicos. All he got from the blood letters was insults.

Before I started the Atkins to lose 44 pounds, my wife used to ask me why I was eating all the time. I told her because I was always hungry. The first day on a low carb diet, I had no special hunger at all.

People don’t eat double portions because they give out double portions. They give out double portions because people on high carb are that hungry all the time.

>>He pointed out that there is a continent-size mat of plastic debris in the Pacific Ocean. Depressing really.

I read a science article on that mass. It is not a tangled mess of Wal-mart bags as some imagine. It is very small almost invisible particles in the water. My personal bet is the planet will continue to prosper.

Hey, guys, look carefully at the “barefoot in the kitchen” photo. Let me explain something. I had a fellow worker, a Korean woman who married an old high school classmate back in the 60′s, for a better life. She divorced him because she wanted only a big, beautiful house, and he wanted to farm. Which means she got her house/condo and he lost his farm, but you all understood that, right? (Don’t bring foreign women to the USA.)

In her 50′s, she brought over her old mother in her 80′s. The old woman never really got over the hard times. When the rice keeper would get low, the old mom would start worrying. In her younger years, the rice in the rice keeper was all they had to eat until next harvest. She simply could not understand that they could go to the store and buy, literally, a ton of rice if they felt like it. When Kim would bring home a large bag of rice, and drag it off the floor of the car to the garage floor, she’d tell her mom, “You leave that rice. I’ll get a man to carry it in the house.” Her fragile mom would work all day, carrying that rice a cup at a time into the keeper until it was all moved.

But, here is what is relevant to the photo. A man once went to visit them. Kim and her mother were squatting on the kitchen floor, with pots and pans and bowls on the floor, preparing the meal to be cooked, instead of using the counter space.

Kim said she bought her mom a nice bed, and discovered when she went to sleep, her mom would move out of the bed and sleep in the floor. She was scared to death to sleep way up there. Kim had to move the bed into the corner, so Mom could sleep way at the back against the wall, far away from falling off the bed, before she would sleep on the bed.

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Marlene February 21, 2012 at 11:44

Of course they have the right to want those things. It is inherent to a man. If that means going abroad, then they should pursue their dreams in other countries. I understand most women here leave much to be desired. However, it is unfortunate that the children of these men will not be white.

Regarding my work hours, I work the average number of hours for my specialty. The predictable nature of the hours and the vacation time are quite good. However I work extremely hard and must focus at all times. If I miss something it may have disasterous consequences for the patient. There is often no time to take a proper lunch break.

That being said, I love my job because my work helps save lives and is intellectually challenging. There is always something new to learn, especially with the influx of new technology. I am also grateful that it affords me the flexibility to take care of those I love, with home cooked meals, etc. I also play a supportive role in my significant other’s career and help him with secretarial and editing aspects; he is self-employed.

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Art Vandelay February 21, 2012 at 12:58

The point was not about me in particular, but to illustrate the point using my own small example that the kinds of women the men in this forum would like to have still exist in this country.

It doesn’t really invalidate any of the points made by the men here, because clearly most here have made the exact opposite experience. Implying they should just “look harder” sounds hardly practical.

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Rocco February 21, 2012 at 13:38

@ Marlene

“babies won’t be white.”….???

Wow, pretty racist and misandrist stuff worrying about the potential racial implications of “your men” who “naturally”, like you know the first thing about the nature of men or that we don’t know your referring to harmful stereotypes about men, doing what they do and I imagine you mean having sex.

Because sex is the main thing women in the US will stop once wedding or baby have sealed the $ deal in the US.

The reason men go abroad, Broad, is that women don’t have incentives $ to rape men and imprison them and take their children.

If your on here to help men and don’t want to be seen as a troll, you’d be advised to make a contributions to helping men other saying women are not all like that, because we know they are, the world over.

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A.D. February 21, 2012 at 14:25

Nice post Uncle Elmer. I couldn’t agree more.
Boy, that food sure looks tasty!
Good Viet food is hard to find in Japan.

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Rocco February 21, 2012 at 14:34

@ Marlene

Your a troll and should be down voted and ignored.

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Uncle Elmer February 21, 2012 at 14:37

Nothing in my post contains any elements of misandry. It is a shame if white men dilute their genes and cultural heritage.

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Yer a laff riot Marlene. To paraphrase : “I am not a misandrist, but white men should be ashamed”

As an unmarried female physician, you are probably aware of the precipitous decline in fertility that women experience as they age.

Tell us, how many children do you plan to contribute to the white race before your eggs are depleted? At what age are you going to get married and start pumping out children?

Thanks for taking time from your busy doctor’s schedule to share your thoughts with us. Somewhere there’s a guy who didn’t get into medical school because of you who would probably be available to check my aging prostate and failing heart, but as it is I can’t seem to find a doctor for anything.

Uncle Elmer February 21, 2012 at 14:39

Good Viet food is hard to find in Japan.

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Many of the chefs working in American Sushi restaurants are Vietnamese.

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Troll King February 21, 2012 at 15:40

I’m with you. I like cooking, and am pretty damn good at it, but cleaning is a CHORE. I’ll gladly shop for groceries and cook if my woman cleans up. But I’ve got to hand it to Elmer — his wife is a pro. I sure wouldn’t turn that meal down, and, even better, it looks really healthy. I have never met an American woman my age or younger who can cook that well. It’s actually hard to believe that any of them ever could.

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God, tell me about it. Just counting since HS I can say I have met only one woman who was good at cooking and it is because she worked in the food prep industry and did catering and had spent some time in culinary school.

Most millenial women can’t cook worth crap, and it isn’t confined to the “I don’t need no man” set who look at their lack of cooking and cleaning skills as a badge of honor(those are too numerous to count on my college campus, I have been baffled at the number of times I went to a girls apartment or dorm and you couldnt see the floor due to all the mess).

Even the more traditional and religious girls who want to be married and be stay at home wives can’t cook worth shit. Their ideas of cooking isn’t even making hamburger helper but instead is microwaving something. They tend to be better than the more “independent” women as far as cleaning and appearance goes but they can’t make anything from scratch and seem barely capable of following the instructions on a box or bag when it comes to just heating something up or cooking some box based meal in a crockpot.

What is funny/sad is that I worked in a grocery store for awhile and even the girls in the deli couldn’t cook worth shit. If you have ever had to work in the deli dept. of a grocery store then you wold realize that what they sell is largely not cooked in store but simply heated up and the small amount that is cooked is done so through a step by step process created by professionals at corporate and not by the actual deli technicians who cook it up.

All of the men I have roomed with or been friends with have been atleasst capable of cooking if not damn good at it, each with their own specialties too.

This is largely due to working in the restuarant industry and/or growing up as latch key kids in divorced or single mother families where, from my experience atleast, if you didn’t learn to cook then you didn’t eat afterschool.

I get really tired of this feminist whine about women doing all the domestic chores in our patriarchal society.

The truth is that if you look at our society as a whole you will see that the people doing the cooking, the dishes, cleaning bathrooms and mopping floors and so on are by and large men. Go into any restaurant, whether mcdonalds or applebees or a five star restuarant, and you will see men in the kitchen.

One thing that I have wondered about is the abundance of cooking oriented shows. What is up with that? There are entire TV channels designed around showing people how to cook. The only people I have known that watched these shows have actually been men and the few I have known were chefs or similiar and worked at high end restuarants.

Do women watch these shows? Do stay at home wives and mothers watch them? It seems to be marketed to that demographic, and they are apparently popular enough to have so many different types of shows…..so, why is America so obese and nutrition based deprived?

What is the deal here?

I also have to comment on the feminization expectation of men in the dating arena. I have seen commercials on the radio talking about how men need to know how to cook good meals to impress their dates. I have seen the same info trotted out in other places too.

If I am expected to be a good cook, but she the date/potential gf, isn’t then what the fuck does she bring to the relationship?

Women my age make more money than men my age and are better educated but they usually won’t even help clean the dishes after a man cooks food and really what do they bring to the relationship? Other than sex?

They still seem to think that her money is her money, while his money is her money. They still act aggressive and bossy and competitive in the relationship, even the conservative girls I have known/dated/hooked up with. What is the point?

Young Gen Y women have become too mannish and masculine, they are like this weird hybrid of male/female and many will claim that they are better at male oriented things than typical men, which sometimes is true but incredibly offputting.

I really wonder if they have aped maleness so much that they hae forgotten or been deprogrammed of their femininity?

BTW, that food looks fucking delivious Uncle Elmer. Any suggestions on what type of job I should pursue to make my way towards asia?

If I wanted to move to Vietname or Korea or Japan then what type of job should I look for? What types of education?

I don’t think I would go the importation route with a wife or gf, especially considering feminist sex trade union based legislation like IMBRA(International Marriage Brokers Act) which basically makes it illegal to send a love letter to a non-American woman.

But I would consider moving there for awhile.

WF Price: You have mentioned living in China, can you say what type of job you were doing there or how you ended up living there?

I grew up moving around, nationally and internationally, and I haven’t travelled anywhere in years and I just can’t take it much longer. I am not used to staying in one place for so long and this misandric society is starting to take its toll on me.

Any advice or tips would be greatly appreciated. thanks.

TK

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crella February 21, 2012 at 15:50

‘Actually, the problem is a high carb diet. Carbs produce glucose in your blood, which produces large amounts of insulin, which is toxic s**t. Insulin makes you hungry again. Atkins did everything one human being can do to correct the exactly backwards information given out by the medicos. All he got from the blood letters was insults.’

Yes, I agree that a high-carb diet is partly to blame. What I thought myself (besides the carb problem) was, have people’s sense of what makes a portion changed, due to restaurant portion sizes and ‘super sizing’? A few more cents for double the food (or double the fries or whatever the deal is) must have some effect. Eating it because it’s there, in other words.

Back to carbs- All my life I considered myself hypoglycemic. I remember fainting at school a few times when our class had the last lunch shift. As an adult I couldn’t go more than an hour past mealtime without feeling sick to my stomach or falling asleep. And I’ve always been thin! (I now have some menopausal middle fat that has shown up and I’m low-carbing to rid myself of). I started low carbing two years ago and now eat only twice a day. I may not eat my first meal of the day until 2 pm (usually between 11 and 2). I look back in what I used to consider it ‘normal’ to eat and shudder. As a kid my mother didn’t cook breakfast, so we ate stuff like Pop Tarts and Cap’n Crunch and orange juice….hellooooo, blood sugar spike! Lunch, peanut butter and jelly and a Twinkie or something. Dinner, TV dinners, frozen food…no wonder I was always spiking and crashing. But all that time I thought it was a condition that I had to live with. I am no longer tied to the clock, no longer tied to eating every few hours. I feel good, and free!

Drs. Eads and Gary Taubes have books out now about how to eat low carb. More people should try it.

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Marlene February 21, 2012 at 16:07

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Oddsock February 21, 2012 at 16:20

Marlene

“It is interesting that I have been repeatedly insulted on this board, yet I actually agree with you on the fundamental MRA issues at hand.”

Really? Stick around, you are in for a Bachman Turner Overdrive experience.

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Oddsock February 21, 2012 at 16:21

Troll King

As long as you are not too bothered about money. Look up TEFL qualifications.

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durandal February 21, 2012 at 16:46

Elmer,
How is the temperament and behavior of Vietnamese women in general? I have seen matchmaker services offering to match up available viet women with prospective foreign husbands. I was curious as to what cultural issues or hurdles (besides language) you have encountered. Any trouble with the in-laws? In any case it looks like you’ll never go hungry again!

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Uncle Elmer February 21, 2012 at 17:32

Troll King : Any suggestions on what type of job I should pursue to make my way towards asia?

If I wanted to move to Vietname or Korea or Japan then what type of job should I look for? What types of education?
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I am not qualified to speak on this as I haven’t worked there. I am at the point of consistently working remote so can eventually do my U.S. work while I am there. By “working remote” I mean actually making money at it, which is possible for various types of technical consultants. Refer to my Employment Game essays.

Younger guys may be able to make it on the “English Teacher” route but otherwise you need some independent gig as competing economically with the locals is going to be tough. Some guys manage to get work as merchant marines or working for corporations, etc. I met a Spaniard who was working as a masseur in Vietnam so anything’s possible. Again, I’m not really qualified to pander advice on this topic, but there’s a lot in the manosphere on it.

Uncle Elmer February 21, 2012 at 18:26

durandal February 21, 2012 at 16:46 [edit]

Elmer,
How is the temperament and behavior of Vietnamese women in general? I have seen matchmaker services offering to match up available viet women with prospective foreign husbands. I was curious as to what cultural issues or hurdles (besides language) you have encountered. Any trouble with the in-laws? In any case it looks like you’ll never go hungry again!

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Temperament of Vietnamese women in general : cheerful.

We have had some small cultural issues relating to food and money. The cold weather has been her biggest difficulty (we have 100 different descriptions of “cold” here). Teaching her to drive was a real challenge.

One thing about viet women is that there is a large viet population in the U.S., which helps them adjust. They will miss their country a lot. If you live in a rural area the isolation may be too much for her. Definitely if the relationship is going to work you need to develop an appreciation for her culture. As you can see from the photos it’s not difficult.

My in-laws have been ok and she has a few friends from home who now live here. She talks on the phone with them constantly (usually about Vietnamese food!), so it’s helped a lot also that she has that or she would probably go nuts.

Other cultural issues : don’t raise your voice at a viet woman for any reason or you are gonna have some real trouble. Difficult for Americans as we like to shout and bellow a lot. She can scream and yell at you all she wants however. Otherwise a viet woman treats a man very well. I suspect that their method is to spoil a man until he’s helpless and slowly take control of the relationship. I have to laugh when when I read comments from women characterizing SE Asian brides as “subservient doormats”.

The fiance’ visa, green card paperwork, etc. can be a pain but it’s tractable. As others often suggest, bringing her here is fraught with risk. All these issues and more will be explored in the upcoming Product Review : ForeignBride essays.

ChimL February 21, 2012 at 22:08

“Nothing is better to watch than your wife cook for you while barefoot and naked.”

I hope that you aren’t serious, or that you meant that it’s enjoyable as a man to stand around in the nude watching your clothed wife cook. Please don’t encourage women (or anyone, for that matter) to cook naked. If there is an accident in the kitchen, clothing can at least provide some protection from, for example, extremely hot splattering grease. You may admire your significant other’s body very much, but she won’t look too pretty with disfiguring scars on her breasts/torso. There’d not be much point in keeping her around (she’d probably blame you for the incident anyway). Plus, if you were married, you’d be stuck since divorce is of course highly disadvantageous. So you’d have to extra carefully sneak around every time you wanted to enjoy yourself with a woman a little more pleasing to the eye (i.e., one without flesh resembling raw hamburger meat). Sorry for the brutal visual, but it’s a real risk.

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Doc February 21, 2012 at 22:26

When I was seeing a Canadian for a while, I was privy to stay on her grand-parents’ farm and her grand-mother would berate her for her lack of cooking skills telling her she would never get a man unless she learned to curb her tongue and learned to cook. Here was a little old woman in her 90′s who would cook several meals a day – not to mention lots of cookies, pastries – you name it. Everything was made from scratch – she wouldn’t have anything boxed or pre-made in her house.

Of course, working on the farm was for the men, so while you were there everyone worked. I really enjoyed talking to her grand-father and helping him around the place. At 95 he was still out in the barn working on the tractors keeping them running – not little ones, but huge $500K combines – he has six sections (each section was about 600 acres). I wouldn’t have placed either of them older than 70′s – it was what made this country great. Even though in this case it was in Canada. The young lady – who I met when working in Canada for a while – just couldn’t handle living in the Eastern US. The roads were too full of cars, and she hated not having “room to breathe”.

I understand where she is coming from – I hate the Eastern US for that reason, too many dead-beats and whales on legs waddling around… The mid-west is a lot better – but unfortunately, my business keeps me where my clients are, and where the money is.

Her daughter would have done better to heed her words – if she had been more like her grand-mother, I might have punted on the US. If I could have seen it today, I would have…

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Anonymous February 21, 2012 at 23:41

It’s funny that America has always been referred to as a “melting pot”. The more aculturated immigrants get, the better their English and the worse their food. And the more proud and self-righteous they get about it. Eating shit is proof you’re a True American.

We could call it “Americaning Up!”.

If we easily get that, why can’t they? One can’t help but notice a total lack of recipes (for food) in Cosmo. Today’s faux-smart woman expects a man to be able to take her out for $150 dinners every night.

If not a melting pot, maybe a hamburger making machine?

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Common Monster February 21, 2012 at 23:52

It’s funny that America has always been referred to as a “melting pot”. The more aculturated immigrants get, the better their English and the worse their food. And the more proud and self-righteous they get about it. Eating shit is proof you’re a True American.

We could call it “Americaning Up!”.

If we men easily get that, why can’t they? One can’t help but notice a total lack of recipes (for food) in Cosmo. Today’s faux-smart woman expects a man to be able to take her out for $150 dinners every night.

If not a melting pot, maybe a hamburger making machine?

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Uncle Elmer February 22, 2012 at 06:59

“Please don’t encourage women (or anyone, for that matter) to cook naked. If there is an accident in the kitchen, clothing can at least provide some protection from, for example, extremely hot splattering grease.”

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A bit of concern trolling for a humor essay, but you are correct. I often tell my wife to put on some pants and slippers at least as a pan of hot oil could definitely ruin our weekend. Easy to catch a pan handle with your sleeve and pull it off the stove. Thanks for reminding me to admonish her to cover her legs and feet in the kitchen. I did not post the photo of her in shorts and tank top while frying something on the stove.

Towgunner February 22, 2012 at 07:15

@Troll King:

Look kid you’re in the belly of the beast as they say. Things are not what they seem to be for multiple reasons. The worst thing you can do is submit to the forced and engineered perception that gen Y women do things better than men. gen Y women are the most cuddled, entitled and spoiled brats ever to exist in all of history. I could never endure school today; it would be utter hell for me as I imagine it might be for you. This movement, at least for me, is to deny the feminist narrative, deny the engineering “they” are forcing on us. Alternatively, all I ask for is the end of female privilege and a return to a truly leveled playing field…it follows that I support a very small and limited government. The feminist narrative makes no sense, to say you MUST be independent but cleaning-up after yourself is beneath you is contradictory, if for no other reason that a big part of being independent is to do everything, which includes cleaning. This is not an indication of superiority, Troll King, it’s an indication of immaturity and of privilege. I know it’s tough because you are literally swimming in female self-congratulatory narcissism where everyday some waif is being promoted as some ninja that just beat up Chuck Norris and the Terminator while having sex with 18 people and she didn’t even break a sweat. You have to start asking yourself, does this actually make sense, because the more I see of these “feats” women are supposedly doing, the more outrageous and unbelievable they are. You need to start looking at what is physically possible and you’ll start to see that all this promotion is bull-sh*t. Very soon “they’ll” say a 78 year old women or 3 year old girl out-ran a cheetah. The most difficult part is to actually accept just how pervasive the B/S is, indeed it’s everywhere and seems, but I encourage you to do it. When I was in college back in the late 1990s, women were NOT outperforming men, men still outperformed in the traditional areas and not by a slim but distinct margin. When I was in the military, I saw the same exact distinctions over and over again. It reinforced my objective observations that men and women are just different – and frankly that women just don’t belong in the military, period. Some things women did better and some things men did better, but it all is it made cognitive sense on a natural level. Guess what, everyone was a whole lot happier as a result. You, my friend, are so deep in this artificial crap that it’s tough to see what is really real. Trust me, it’s not like that. gen Y women are not a “hybrid”, they’re not superior, they are humans just like the humans before them, and more importantly, they are women just like the ones that came before them ergo they remain to be different from men. This talk of “hybrids” etc is illustrative of extreme hubris and narcissism of today’s women – don’t fall for it. Stay strong. It wasn’t too long ago where the men and women dynamic made sense, it will whip-saw back to it, probably as quickly as it whip out of balance.

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ChimL February 21, 2012 at 22:08

“Nothing is better to watch than your wife cook for you while barefoot and naked.”

If there is an accident in the kitchen, clothing can at least provide some protection from, for example, extremely hot splattering grease. You may admire your significant other’s body very much, but she won’t look too pretty with disfiguring scars on her breasts/torso.

Aprons anyone? Remember “safety first”, and the rear view remains unimpeded.

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Anonymous February 22, 2012 at 09:54

Marlene,
I’m replying because I don’t believe you’re a troll.

Rocco’s post wasn’t contradictory. There are huge incentives for women to screw men over in western countries, financial incentives included. All women “are like that” in terms of wanting to secure as much financial security as possible, legitimately or not. Some other countries don’t provide feminist criminal incentives.

If our government decided to reward every murder with no prison time and $10,000 cash, you better believe murder rate would go up. And I’d argue that it would be better to live in a country that doesn’t reward murder even if the rate is temporarily higher.

I’m sorry to say, it doesn’t matter how good of a cook you are, as long as you were raised in a feminist country, you simply can’t be trusted compared to someone who wasn’t.

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Arden February 23, 2012 at 00:38

Long time manosphere lurker and professional cook here. For those who would like, I recommend Charmaine Solomon’s Asian Cookbook. http://www.amazon.com/Complete-Asian-Cookbook-Charmaine-Solomon/dp/0804837570.

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Jean Valjean February 23, 2012 at 22:50

A Man Wants a Wife, Not a “Co-Worker”

Speak for yourself. I don’t want a wife and I don’t care where she comes from or if she cooks the most awesome meals and dances naked on the table while I eat.

Women can go marry horses for all I care. No woman is worth marrying because no woman has any obligation to any man that she can’t abandon on a whim.

I don’t care if she’s Asian, Russian, Eastern European, or Latina, they all think of men in terms of our utility and whatever privileges them best.

Does that make me a misogynist? Hell yeah. I own that proudly. I reject any and all obligations to women including the obligation to like them and defer to them when they are being complete cunts.

I’m sure your wife is all sweet and shit but I can guarantee you if you lose your job and have to cut back on things she’s going to treat you like shit.

Same as it ever was. You are a beast of burden only you fucking know better.

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Jean Valjean February 23, 2012 at 23:23

@ Marlene–We still exist, white women who cook and take care of our men and families. I made my boyfriend homeade enchiladas, guacamole, and pina coladas this weekend and just spent two hours preparing homeade lasagna for my parents. On top of that, I am educated (physician). Some men are lucky enough to have found an American woman that still enjoys cooking and places a high value on nutrition and fitness.”

So? What do you want a cookie? You want a wittle pat on your widdle head? Today you are cooking your “boyfriend” dinner and tomorrow you are divorcing him and taking him for everything he’s got. I can tell your the type. You can’t help but seek validation from people who don’t even know you.

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Jean Valjean February 23, 2012 at 23:27

A lot of the time, I think that men’s cause is a desperate case.
For instance, when the next war begins, millions of men will volunteer to be used as cannon fodder, even though they are seen as little more than dog shit.

I pray for the day when a politician is dumb enough to start drafting men again. The MRM is in place and a new draft will flood our ranks. If they thought we are a nuisance now wait till our numbers expand exponentially. Wait until the government can’t find these men because we are hiding them and giving them jobs. Everyone will shine a light on the MRM and when they do the feminist house of cards will come crashing down.

19 men shut down this country for weeks on 9/11 and forever changed us. What do you think will happen when the government criminalizes millions of men?

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Jean Valjean February 23, 2012 at 23:27

—all at once.

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Oddsock February 24, 2012 at 01:56

Jean Valjean

An excellent and heartfelt comment.

Except the 19 men that shut down your country on 9/11, I would suggest is a gross under estimation. The USA government has a lot more than 19 men.

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Ethical February 25, 2012 at 18:17

@Marlene
I for one congratulate you for taking care of your man and for supporting MRA. But I also understand those who are suspicious, and the trolling for compliments might be innocent and inadvertent but still an easy way to rub some people the wrong way perhaps.
@Troll King
I’m amazed that a guy still in university is on this site. I assume no divorce under your belt, no experience of forced unlawful removal of your children and property at the hands of family court … I’m curious as to what brought you here at such a tender age?
@Uncle Elmer
I think it’s especially important for women to know how to cook but under current divorce laws it makes more sense to find a woman who wants to work. After little more than 10 years of marriage a home maker with no income owns a portion of her husband’s labour for the duration of his life. It’s nice to have a foreign bride who’ll cook, Lord knows most American women won’t (@Marlene – exception noted). But what about the urban myth that after a couple of years in North America most of these foreign women become Americanized and TURN on you? Is the myth true?

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Nick March 15, 2012 at 16:06

Hey Elmer, im 17 years old and i think your pretty damn cool, you have very good logic/reasoning skills, a trait that is lost in my generation…

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EJD March 23, 2012 at 11:57

I don’t know about this. My mother was a traditional stay-at-home mom in a middle class rural farm house. She never went to college, she was never a feminist activist, and she quit her job at the power company when she got married. So, she was, undeniably, a traditional woman… but, somehow, she didn’t cook very well. Meanwhile, after the divorce (a result of my mother being a very abusive woman and my father cheating on her), the four of us kids lived with my father at the old farm house, and found that this man who had spent 9-12 hours farming for the last two decades turned out to be a hell of a cook (easily rivaling the dishes here displayed). What my point here is, is that traditional families don’t magically equate to harmony, and traditional housewifery does not magically equate to delicious home-cooked meals.

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moses March 27, 2012 at 00:01

@Aharon

“This is an example of where I have a major problem with written religion. It seems to me a human construct and not one of a mystical connection a man had with God.”

EXACTLY what I have concluded.

I was raised in a completely non-religious household. I heard stories about the Bible, but it was always a mystery to me.

Last year I got around to reading it. Got through the Old Testament, still working on the New Testament.

I discovered game and evolutionary psychology about five years ago. It was a firm foundation for this Bible virgin. I was SHOCKED by how much the religion described in there was really a sophisticated form of social and political control. Especially the Book of Deuteronomy. A lot of the rules are there to control human sexual impulses and preserve the power structure the priests set up for themselves.

I concluded that organized Western religions are first and foremost a human construct designed to consolidate power and control.

Before reading the Bible I described myself as agnostic. After reading the Bible I firmly came down into the atheist camp (philosophical atheist, not militant weirdo).

The game and evo psych principles Moses used to control his people are clear as day. Everything good that happens, Moses says “It’s because you were good and followed His (aka “My”) rules.” Everything bad that happens, Moses says “It’s because you were bad and didn’t follow the rules well enough. Follow them now and good things will happen.” Fucking brilliant.

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Justanothergirl April 1, 2012 at 13:32

@AlphA
@rebel

Considering your comments about university women, I am very glad I took Business and Ethics rather than Women Studies…Lol

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Worthless Bitch April 9, 2012 at 12:25

“For me it is worth the reduced income to have a cheerful wife preparing great meals at home.” Amen. This is why my husband and I have a happy marriage. And I’m an American woman.

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Worthless Bitch April 9, 2012 at 12:38

@ Jean Valjean. So much hatred! The MRM will never succeed while holding unbridled contempt for 50% of the population. Yeah a lot of women are shit these days but i doubt you make very pleasant company either. If you want to go your own way, go, but don’t expect many men to follow.

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ENguyen June 19, 2012 at 11:26

You know, you don’t necessarily need to go through all the trouble of obtaining a foreign bride. There’s a small number of us who so happen to be born and raised in the states that are as cultured as any native you’d find in Asia.

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Senor Spamdump July 19, 2012 at 09:04

Woah!

That’s what you get for dinner every night?!!!

Does she have a sister?

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Karen March 5, 2013 at 10:14

I’m a 45 yr old woman. I was born when feminism was kicking in strong. I grew up in a filthy house while being fed Hamburger Helper. My mother didn’t teach me to cook. I was taught to clean so she could lay on the couch and read her romance novels. I was endlessly told by women that men want to keep us down.
I have watched America sink like the Titanic.
I tried to follow along. Work, take care of the home, cook. Do it all because we are Supermoms!! It’s all a bunch of CRAP!!
I feel like I got the short end of the stick. I’m slaving at a job and all I’m thinking about is how much I want to be at home. I’m so jealous of how lucky women were before my mother’s generation came around.
You men need to put your foot down. Things are out of hand. Nothing is in order. If you want to keep being our hero, guardian, leader, teacher and lover then you must stop the madness. Step up, prove you’re stronger, save us before we sink!! March naked in the streets like the women did when this whole feminism thing started. Swing your manhood around while you wave your signs. Make the women cower behind the curtains in fear while they watch. Just please, fix it, I’m begging you.

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lee September 15, 2013 at 21:27

She’s a woman like any other. If she’s making the effort to do that for you, she gonna want a romantic gesture of the same caliber or anger and resentment will build. Get cracking dude or your gonna lose her.

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Tran September 18, 2013 at 23:24

Congratulation, Asian women are known to be loving, and good cookers.


http://www.saigonyeu.com

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shinkansen splat April 22, 2014 at 20:49

I am a Eurasian woman born to a white dad and Asian mom. I am extremely depressed and wish I was never born. You should think long and hard before having children. I am not accepted by Whites or Asians . I have been in and out of psychiatric care. Your future daughter could be me. I was raised in Japan until age twelve and was bullied severely in Asia and even more severely in North America leading me to become a depressed, easily startled(I was physically assaulted regularly as a part of my bullying) individual.White women can be cruel and asian women, even and especially non westernised asian women can be just as, and in my case even more cruel than white women. I wish I was one or the other. I am not a bridge or “the best of both worlds”. I’m just a product of delusional dysfunction.

I implore you to stop idolizing asian/foreign women and interracial unions. I really hate being Eurasian and have been working up the courage to completely unplug from this world for a long time. My brother feels the same way, as well as many many other Eurasians I have spoken to both in real life and over the internet.

Many eurasians like myself seem happy , attractive, and functional on the surface.People compliment me on my smile, happy demeanour and “beauty” (though I think the people who say this are blind or lying) every day…. But inside, we harbour a great deal of pain (like how I spend hours doting over blogs that make self hatred well up in me and bring me to tears even though I can keep up a masquerade of being happy and cheery at work and school) . I have no hope, nowhere to go, no identity. We don’t belong anywhere and we come into existence because of shame ( on the part of the self hating (often female) Asian and a white man who is delusional, irrational and uses his wife and kids to act out a charade of ” getting back at” women of their in-group.

I beg you to please stop .

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Rick June 9, 2014 at 20:23

To Shinkasen Splat,
I am an American man married to a Japanese lady and we have two beautiful daughters. Are daughters are not only accepted here in America (New Mexico to be specific) they are accepted in Japan where they go to school every summer.
I obviously do not know your specific situation, but I would suggest two things, 1. counseling, the issue is not you; 2. Evaluating the people that you associate with.
We have a local community of Japanese and Japanese/American people that is very supportive and very active, in a state with a population that is less than that of any major city. I suggest you find such an organization and accept that finding happiness is your responsibility. Don’t wait for someone to bring it to you.

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TheBigBadWolf June 12, 2014 at 20:33

“I implore you to stop idolizing asian/foreign women and interracial unions. I really hate being Eurasian and have been working up the courage to completely unplug from this world for a long time.”

I am multiracial myself. You sound pathetic and weak. A child born without legs to walk or eyes to see has more courage than you.

How dare you come here and implore others to give into racism simply because you have made the grave error of basing your self-worth upon the insignificant opinions of senseless cattle.

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TheBigBadWolf June 12, 2014 at 22:37

“March naked in the streets like the women did when this whole feminism thing started. Swing your manhood around while you wave your signs. Make the women cower behind the curtains in fear while they watch. Just please, fix it, I’m begging you.”

Karen, you can trust that we’re going to fix what’s broken—that’s what we do—but we’re not going to go marching around naked like a bunch of degenerate morons led by a sewer of Marxist feminist vermin.

The problem is that men do their best fighting when they have something worth fighting for. At the same time that we are pained as we observe the West being brought to ruin, it has happened so quickly—and it is so pervasive—that it is hardly worth defending.

How are we supposed to be motivated to rescue the Western woman when she isn’t even worth fighting for?

Yes, we will fix this and namely by allowing the Western woman to stew in the bog of aging regret that she made for herself when she refused to listen to the leader that God [or nature] instituted for her. Our men—these once discarded kings of their households—are hardening themselves everyday, such that the swarm of locusts can no longer feed upon them. The Western feminist-influenced woman, without the leather of our wallets, the plastic of our credit cards or the flesh of our heart strings to chew upon, will simply fade away. No matter what fool would remain in the company of these detestable women, they will die old, bitter and alone.

Our men will see in themselves something worth fighting for. Others will see the depth of true love in the shimmering eyes of a wife they have found in some far-off foreign land and they will rage against the feminist tidal wave that would sweep her and their sons and daughters away in its insanity. . .but whatever their reasons to charge headlong at the enemy—do not be mistaken—they will not be fighting for you.

A society ruled by the feminine is a society of enablers. It is a society of foodstamps and second, third, forth and fifth chances. It is a nursery of adult citizens coddled like incompetent children being told they are special when they are not. It is a society of dropouts and drug addicts, prisoners and scoundrels, dead fetuses and fatherless children. A civilization ruled by the masculine principle does not baby the weak or waste its resources on rescuing fools from their own insolent stupidity.

You admit you decided to follow the pied-piper, and insinuated that you were a champion of single-motherhood, and now you want men to rescue you? You are nothing more than a traitor begging for forgiveness. You deserted your post when we begged you to stand your ground and stand with us. A foolish leader forgives and forgives until his men realize they can get away with anything. Women like you must be made an example of. If I would give the order, all men that would make a perfect husband for you would turn their eyes from you in disgust so that you will rot your years away thinking about what you have done, and so that all other women will see the lonely unfulfilled life that waits for them if they choose to defect to the enemy.

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