The Importance of Discomfort

Discussion in 'Masculinity and Lifestyle' started by Dek, Mar 18, 2018.

  1. Michael

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  2. Stearc

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    What I got from video....
    Soft life = weak placenta = dumb effeminate cunt.
     
  3. Michael

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    Basically. Epigenetic cuck genes.
     
  4. Servo

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    My dad always had me and my brothers cut wood and build fires in the yard when we were little. Maybe he knew some epigenetic broscience and didn't want us to turn into fags!
     
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  5. Contra

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    Same here. I HATED it growing up but it was good for me in the long run. I also hated snow days at school because it meant I would be outside shoveling snow all morning. Stuff like that is probably the only reason I didn't go full brony bugman and for that I'll always be thankful towards the old man (RIP).
     
  6. Winbot

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    You are crazy I was obsessed with snow day. Give me a shovel I'd rather be out there all day than in a classroom. Even today I'd still rather be outside shoveling than doing virtually any busywork indoors.
     
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  7. Contra

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    I was the most naive and autistic kid in the universe Win. I believed that you had to do well in school to have a good life and that if you got bad grades you'd end up doing something like that for a living, so I made up my mind that I would like school work and hate anything to do with manual labor. This worked until I graduated high school and realized a)what a scam college really was and b) I didn't know how to do very basic things like change a tire or turn a wrench due to sticking my head in the sand all those years in spite of numerous warnings.
     
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    Here we are in 2018 and you're doing busy work and I'm doing manual labor so I guess all of it was true!
     
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    Wrong Win, my job is a mix of manual labor and electronic repair combined with some mundane administrative tasking. It's not bad and it pays pretty well, although I certainly wouldn't consider it my calling or anything like that. But hey, I originally wanted to be in the news or sports media a long time ago and on air jobs are dying off. Best case scenario would have been going on coffee runs for Tucker Carlson. More likely than not I would be getting soy lattes for Brian Stelter though.

    Please say something in return or I'll have to go on a feels trip.
     
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    Sunburned and sore, pulled my lower back, at least I am now fit to judge you all.
     
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