The Woman Source

I’ve found day game nirvana. The Paper Source, on M Street in Georgetown, is swimming in snapper. Swimming, Jerry! I couldn’t believe the wall to wall babes in this place, browsing, of all things, paper and paper accessories.

As one Yelp reviewer wrote:

What is it about women and stationary? If a girl ever looked at me with the same look of anticipation, excitement, longing, and joy that you see on the faces of the many ladies walking into this store, I think my heart would explode.

Gentlemen pay attention, should you ever have the urge to be surrounded by a crowd of attractive, giddy women head over to this store on a Saturday afternoon. Loudly announce to the clerk that you would really love some “letter pressed personalized stationary” and whether there is a large selection of styles you can patiently browse through.  Women standing around you will raise one eyebrow appreciatively and check you out.

I have been dragged here a couple of times over the years. What can I say; It sells paper. In a bewildering amount of sizes and functions.  This store proves that women are just more thoughtful and caring then us guys, for they sell a cute little card for every possible occasion.  There is an upstairs, but before having to go up there to see what it was about, I was able to negotiate an early exit from the store by promising to buy the girl I was with dinner; there may be a bar and dumpling store up there for all I know.  Point being, if you come here with your girlfriend, you will have to drag her out kicking and screaming. And probably drop at least $20 on paper. Otherwise, Mie n Yu is close by so you can pop over there for some drinks and wait it out.  

I really could care less about stationery, but because women love this store, and I love women, I dedicate 4 stars on their behalf.

I went upstairs. There was a $112 photo album in a bin. (Photos not included.) Was it laminated in gold leaf? I couldn’t tell. The man-cession deepens while the frivolous woman economy rolls on. For now. Helpful tip: Two floors means consecutive number closes mere yards apart are possible.

Why do women love froo froo stationery? I know why.

  1. Paper is lightweight. Women are lightweight.
  2. Paper is insubstantial. Women are insubstantial.
  3. Paper is a medium upon which trivial thoughts are transcribed. Women are a medium from which trivial thoughts issue.
  4. Paper comes in many soft pastel colors. Women can identify more soft pastel colors than men.
  5. Paper contains an element of danger (paper cuts). Women tingle in the gina region for hidden danger.
  6. Hand-written love notes on high gauge paper harken back to a romantic era. Women love fantasizing about long-gone romantic eras when raw sewage would run freely down cobblestone streets.
  7. Personalized lace-fringed paper, calligraphy, and wax seals show you care. Except that you shouldn’t show you care. Because chicks will ignore you if you show you care. Which is why chicks love things that show you care. Yeah, that’s the ticket.

So there you have it. A day game den of estrogen situated in the heart of a day game neighborhood. Bonus day game locale: City Bikes in Adams Morgan. Chicks dig the fixed gear.





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  1. feast your eyes

    http://russianwomen.wordpress.com/page/2/

    A very enjoyable blog with several photos for the man who appreciates beholding great beauty.

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  2. on September 7, 2009 at 12:11 pm master of conception

    Fuck city bikes, they are a rip off and it’s full of non-muslim bearded vegans.

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  3. Your only good reason is 6 (and part of 7).

    I’d say the big reason is that it gives women a chance for social competition: “See I’m so well off I can spend hours mired in pointless trivia and spend large amounts of money on useless ephemera. Oh, and if I ever send you a card on any occasion, it will be so perfect it will make you want to commit suicide or at least fill you with endless hate for my perfection.”

    And dear god in heaven, their site has to be experienced to be believed, they have a blog that will sap your will to live….

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  4. It doesn’t seem like a day goes by where some wife or girlfriend of a friend of mine send me some stupid card about something like:

    “We Packed up and Moved! Come visit us!” (on packing-like paper, got this one yesterday)

    or

    “We are having a Party and BBQ!” (on festive type paper)

    or

    “Some little kids B-day at the Beach!” (on some beach themed paper)

    Its just ridiculous.

    Girls love paper.

    I love rolling papers.

    – MPM

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  5. Hmmm.

    So if Paper=Women….

    Then Scissors must obviously equal Alpha Male, because Scissors cuts paper.

    Then What is Rock?

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  6. Kids,

    they break scissors and are covered by paper…. (ie they wreck sex lives but are protected by women)

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  7. Arrakis

    “Then What is Rock?”

    Crack Rock.

    Cocaine can defeat even the Alpha Male.

    http://www.thegmanifesto.com/2009/09/doing-drugs-and-picking-up-girls.html

    – MPM

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  8. So the big alpha guy is down to posting junk everyday and to sponsor local shops to cash in on his “flash in the pan” blog fame .. Get some good material man, seriously ..you have gone from quite entertaining to mildly entertaining .. to flat out disappointing ..take a break from writing, pull yourself out of whatever ass it is that you have stuck your head in … get that creative juices flowing again .. here is a hint .. try to reread your own material ..

    1. Paper is lightweight. Women are lightweight.
    2. Paper is insubstantial. Women are insubstantial.
    3. Paper is a medium upon which trivial thoughts are transcribed. Women are a medium from which trivial thoughts issue.
    4. Paper comes in many soft pastel colors. Women can identify more soft pastel colors than men.
    5. Paper contains an element of danger (paper cuts). Women tingle in the gina region for hidden danger.
    6. Hand-written love notes on high gauge paper harken back to a romantic era. Women love fantasizing about long-gone romantic eras when raw sewage would run freely down cobblestone streets.
    7. Personalized lace-fringed paper, calligraphy, and wax seals show you care. Except that you shouldn’t show you care. Because chicks will ignore you if you show you care. Which is why chicks love things that show you care. Yeah, that’s the ticket.

    … seriously does this not majke you cringe when you realize YOU wrote it …

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  9. on September 7, 2009 at 1:23 pm Mu'Min Seeks FAAAAT WuMin

    “Then What is Rock?”

    Sodini.

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  10. How about an opener… “Excuse me I’m trying to buy a gift for my aging mother… do you think I should go with the elaborate floral design or the squiggly lines?” Express doubt with her answer and point out other options nearby. Then intelligently critique her stationary selections while stating matter of factly that the best stationary you’ve ever seen was in a northern Chinese village where masters make paper the same way as their descendants did from the 3rd century. If she asks you the name of the Chinese village, she’s definitely interested.

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  11. @Arracis – “So if Paper=Women….Then Scissors must obviously equal Alpha Male, because Scissors cuts paper. Then What is Rock?”

    Rock is alpha cuz although paper covers rock, rock is hard and rock likes paper on top.

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  12. Men spent half a century and trillions of dollars to create a computer network just to avoid paper 🙂

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  13. […] Roissy gets taken down a notch or two: So the big alpha guy is down to posting junk everyday and to sponsor local shops to cash in on his […]

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  14. hey aoefe, where in Canada do you live? Why are there so many Canadians in RoissyLand?

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  15. Roosh,

    “If she asks you the name of the Chinese village, she’s definitely interested.”

    Smooth.

    – MPM

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  16. @el cheif -” hey aoefe, where in Canada do you live?”

    Little house on the prarie girl. For me province above big ole Montana.

    You asked “Why are there so many Canadians in RoissyLand?”

    We’re enlightened to begin with me thinks! 🙂

    This bumper sticker is the most common sticker you’ll see here. Ya…

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  17. “Why do women love froo froo stationery?”

    I am trying to get the hang of this whole business of being more Alpha.

    Putting on my Alpha cod-piece (the Alpha equivalent of a thinking cap — only a Beta would wear a “cap”) it is obvious that the only Alpha answer to this question is:

    I don’t care.

    (Also, those who are castigating Roissy for this post have failed to see that it is really a test.)

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  18. “# Personalized lace-fringed paper, calligraphy, and wax seals show you care. Except that you shouldn’t show you care. Because chicks will ignore you if you show you care. Which is why chicks love things that show you care. Yeah, that’s the ticket.”

    Did you just write that?

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  19. there are a lot of canadians in porn too.

    and canadian men who date teenage girls.

    canada has legal prostitution, killer strip clubs (touching is allowed, per order of the Supreme Court), casinos in major cities, and lax drug laws.

    And cheaper by the dollar.

    the Great White North is a man’s paradise, in secret.

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  20. @el cheif -” hey aoefe, where in Canada do you live?”

    Little house on the prarie girl. For me province above big ole Montana.

    You asked “Why are there so many Canadians in RoissyLand?”

    We’re enlightened to begin with me thinks!

    *most of this comment was held up in moderation due to a link to our famous provincial bumper sticker.

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  21. ROFL at the women loving danger (paper cut) reference.

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  22. “Surface is a woman’s disposition, a stormily moving skin over shallow waters. / But a man’s disposition is deep, its torrent rushes through subterranean caves: a woman senses its strength, but does not comprehend it.”

    Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra

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  23. @lurker

    Last line of attached article:
    It’s true that prostitution itself is not outright banned in Canada as a crime. However, there are a mine field of criminal laws that capture the many activities that often go hand-in-hand with it.

    http://www.torontocriminaldefence.com/articles/EEAFZllkEEfGCBJCfp.php

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  24. I like Pretty Paper
    Pretty Paper is my favorite
    Yummy Pretty Paper

    *channelling the feminine side of Firepower (not that he has one or anything)

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  25. on September 7, 2009 at 3:23 pm The fucking Virgin

    “Personalized lace-fringed paper, calligraphy, and wax seals show you care. Except that you shouldn’t show you care. Because chicks will ignore you if you show you care. Which is why chicks love things that show you care. Yeah, that’s the ticket.”

    Try to read this out loud to non native speakers of English who are just learning the language.

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  26. on September 7, 2009 at 3:25 pm The fucking Virgin

    ““See I’m so well off I can spend hours mired in pointless trivia and spend large amounts of money on useless ephemera. Oh, and if I ever send you a card on any occasion, it will be so perfect it will make you want to commit suicide or at least fill you with endless hate for my perfection.””

    Funny.
    But I don’t hate perfection on women. I say:

    BRING IT ON!!!!

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  27. Aoefe:

    Can’t even spell a brother’s name right? Damn, us Canadians need to stick together! You’re the reason we lost at Nagano.

    Lurker:

    Some major missteps there.

    Aoefe already called you on the hooker thing. Strip clubs are NOT mandated touch at all-it depends on the city and owner.

    Plus you missed one of our major plusses- Drinking age is 19. 😀

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  28. [Why are there so many Canadians in RoissyLand?]
    – el chief

    Because Canada is even more psychologically neutered than SWPL America. At least if you believe Canadian media.

    Aoefe can’t even get a man to approach her even if she eyes some guy in a coffee shop.

    Wait a minute, it could be because aoefe is a man pretending to be a woman.

    Nope, scratch that, a man could never come up with.

    [I like Pretty Paper
    Pretty Paper is my favorite
    Yummy Pretty Paper]

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  29. 5.Paper contains an element of danger (paper cuts). Women tingle in the gina region for hidden danger.

    HAH 😉

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  30. lurker,

    Agreed.

    Canada is dope.

    – MPM

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  31. “But I don’t hate perfection on women”

    Remember that meta-message is only between women. When women send _men_ something on nice paper the meta message is different: “See how delicate and refined and special I am? Don’t you feel like a big, clumsy oaf next to me?” (there’s also more than a hint of: “I’m up on the pedastal, big boy, pull me down in the mud!”

    When a woman sends a card to a couple it’s really to the woman.

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  32. on September 7, 2009 at 3:43 pm Mu'Min Seeks FAAAAT WuMin

    canada has legal prostitution, killer strip clubs (touching is allowed, per order of the Supreme Court),

    That is allowed in Vegas too. Heavy touching.

    Cananda is far more feminist and mangina than the US.

    Plus, cold weather makes Game hard.

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  33. The place was once an art supply shop. Pupu used to go there to feel artistic.

    Pretty paper for pretty girls is like baby einstein for babies, very effective.

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  34. on September 7, 2009 at 3:51 pm The fucking Virgin

    “Plus you missed one of our major plusses- Drinking age is 19.”

    Ah ah! That’s a plus?
    In Europe we can drink since the age of 16

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  35. Toronto is one of the worst cities in the world to pick up women. Cold city, cold people. Montreal on the other hand……

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  36. smh

    geofferey falk didn’t waste any time did he. maybe he is “Hmmmm”.

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  37. @Arrakis – ooops sorry for the wrong name, I knew it the minute I posted too. Where are you from??

    @Mr. N – You are really sexy when you neg me. Just sayin…

    @The G. M. – Canada is dope – and even grows it.

    @long handle WuMin dude – Canada is fricken cold, waaaay too cold. My friends aren’t all that feminist but I can’t speak for the whole of Canada. We’ve been indoctrinated for sure.

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  38. on September 7, 2009 at 3:56 pm The fucking Virgin

    “there’s also more than a hint of: “I’m up on the pedastal, big boy, pull me down in the mud!””

    Never saw things in this prespective. Now I like you Cliff, thanks.

    Now seriously, from a guy who easily puts women on pedestals, what do they want when they’re in the pedastal? Do they want to continue there or to get dragged through the mud?

    Also, when/what do they want to get dragged through the mud and when/what do they want to keep superior to us in their high pedestals?

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  39. Drinking age in Alberta is still 18. I could be lambasted here, but I’d rather it be 21.

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  40. Password Hackers Are Slippery To Collar
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/09/06/AR2009090602238.html

    Tom Jackman
    Monday, September 7, 2009

    When Elaine Cioni found out that her married boyfriend had other girlfriends, she became obsessed, federal prosecutors say. So she turned to YourHackerz.com.

    And for only $100, YourHackerz.com provided Cioni, then living in Northern Virginia, with the password to her boyfriend’s AOL e-mail account, court records show. For another $100, she got her boyfriend’s wife’s e-mail password. And then the passwords of at least one other girlfriend and the boyfriend’s two children. None had any clue what Cioni was doing, they would later testify.

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  41. on September 7, 2009 at 3:59 pm The fucking Virgin

    “Canada is dope – and even grows it.”

    Lol, well, don’t take me wrong but…

    … is this even funny?

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  42. aeofe,

    You should see me in person.

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  43. :-Aeofe: Currently in the Nation’s Capital. Bigger than my old stomping grounds, but still a little…reserved. I feel like I have a big(ger) city life waiting for me.

    -:Funky K: Really? How dissapointing. I would’ve thought with it’s supposed status as a melting pot, it would be more open…have to find out for myself.

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  44. aoefe,

    Calgary, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Red Deer or Edmonton? I do not know about any other ‘cities’ in Alberta.

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  45. Mr. N, from all of the ladies here at Roissy’s place I would like to say thank you for taking aoefe of the menu. She was giving us all man problems. When I snatch up Keith, I don’t want a co-wife.

    @s- You can’t have keith, how about noveseeker?

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  46. @ Funky K

    Keys to the VIP is made in Toronto

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  47. yclept,

    The best part about Toronto:

    Lots of good, young professional escorts. You can buy some real nice ass (with the right attitude) for 220-240 an hour or less.

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  48. Arrakis, reading comprehension son.

    “Some major missteps there.”
    —wrong.

    “Aoefe already called you on the hooker thing. ”
    —no, she did not. she merely pointed out that underage sex selling, running a brothel house, and street walkers are illegal.

    read the article, son. Prostitution is legal; just kept tightly under wraps and out of sight.

    “Strip clubs are NOT mandated touch at all-it depends on the city and owner.”
    —no shit, sherlock. never said it was required. again, learn to read.

    “Plus you missed one of our major plusses- Drinking age is 19”
    —-but canadian beer sucks. (ducks and runs for cover)

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  49. “Keys to the VIP is made in Toronto”

    So what, come down and find out for yourself. Believe me, not the friendliest place in the world.

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  50. The only man I know with personalized stationary is a gay dandy. Having said that, I fucking love stationary.

    Funky K.,

    Girls in Toronto are the easiest to pick up. They crave any sort of forward approach.

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  51. And hey, Torontonians are friendly in a non-superficial way.

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  52. @Lucifer

    Only two major cities of any real note in Alberta – Calgary – the pretty one and Edmonton. I’m in neither but closer to the ugly one- aka Deadmonton. Ya lucky me.

    I grew up small town N.S. an hour out of Halifax – now THERE is a city. Not big, but huge on flavour.

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  53. ””””””””Paper contains an element of danger (paper cuts). Women tingle in the gina region for hidden danger. ””””””””””””””

    That shit was pretty good.

    Will have to check out paper shop.

    How bout bakeries about to go to the bakery get some fresh italian. We shall see.

    Drove 150 miles last night on no sleep for 36 hours just because I could. Some freedom is nice.

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  54. @chic – “When I snatch up Keith, I don’t want a co-wife”

    Keith and I didn’t have any chemistry…sad but true.

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  55. “And hey, Torontonians are friendly in a non-superficial way.”

    HAHAHAHAHAHA you’re joking right? I’ve lived here for 20 years, I think I know better.

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  56. hmm I just googled Toronto pua unfriendly and guess what popped out..HILARIOUS

    http://roissy.wordpress.com/2008/11/11/toronto-a-photo-essay/

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  57. Now kids we have to be very careful about making wide sweeping generalizations about entire cities – k? I mean besides the fact that people from Toronto whine a lot doesn’t mean they’re also superficial OR friendly. Right? 😉

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  58. Funky K.,

    So have I!

    Torontonians aren’t friendly unless you merit it in some way, but when they are, they’re very hospitable. Sure, people you pass on the street and who socialize in bars are icy cold polite, but it’s not the case once you get talking to someone, i.e. shaking them out of their pre-programmed autopilot daze.

    I”ve had several really touching, human experiences with fellow Torontonians. The most salient being when some man groped me on the GO Train and when I told him to stop and he said “NO”, I ran off crying. Many people stopped to help me, and assisted me in reporting him.

    Just the other day, I spilled mustard on myself and a lady not only cleaned it off for me, who saw it on the street, but fixed the tag in the back of my dress for me.

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  59. TORONTONIANS DON’T WHINE ENOUGH. Considering all the fucking strikes we’ve had to deal with this past year alone.

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  60. You can write personal anecdotes all day long. Doesn’t change the fact that the city is perceived as cold and unfriendly in the reast of Canada and the world. And I completely agree with that opinion.

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  61. Everyone from the rest of Canada hates us but we really don’t give them a second hot. I don’t understand all the unsolicited Toronto hate people love to spew. People love to hate on NYC & LA in the same ways, and guess what, they’re the best cities in the U.S.

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  62. second thought*

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  63. Aoefe, I recall a time when Keith tried to flirt with you. Lucky for me, he fell flat 🙂

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  64. “I don’t understand all the unsolicited Toronto hate people love to spew. ”

    Jesus, there is no getting through to you.

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  65. Funky K.,

    OK, sorry. That came off as a little bit defensive. I have many qualms with Toronto, the insular culture being one of them, but it really is a great city on the whole.

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  66. I agree with all those “Loosen Up” tenets.

    Re: Keith.

    I love Keith. He’s a member of my man harem.

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  67. @chic

    Have you abandoned Default? Keith is a super-dee-duper bright guy but his sense of humour chip may be buggered.

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  68. OT:
    I used to hate reading your posts Roissy… they hurt my ego and made me feel like shit.

    But since I really started getting out and approaching women 4-5 days a week about a month and half ago my worldview has shifted.

    My ego is slowly dissipating revealing a sort of calm confidence that was hidden underneath.

    Thanks.

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  69. aoefe,

    Just move to Calgary.. the non-ugly version of Deadmonton. Same assholes, but city looks less depressing.

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  70. Sofia,

    Toronto does not have french speaking twits and a very nice selection of escorts.

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  71. People think Montreal is so novel because people speak French. Seriously overrated.

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  72. Some of my best friends are Canadians… but the fact remains that most of them live within an hours drive of the US border. A huge percentage work for either a US company or some local Governmental Agency. Canadian = Entrepenuer never really made sense.
    The typical ancestor of a typical Canadians was sent there by his employer. Very few Americans went their out of obedience to some boss.
    We are looking at two very different gene pools, for better or worse.

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  73. Mystery got his start in Toronto, and Tyler Durden the asshole pua from Straus’ book is also from this city.

    Toronto is a breeding ground for guys whose success with women is stifled by political correctness.

    The Game receives a lot of local media coverage. In my social circle a majority of guys have some superficial idea of what’s involved. A lot of girls have heard about it or have been targeted by guys who have used game.

    It really doesn’t matter though.

    Unoriginal openers, and routines might be played out, but I don’t see how confidence, charisma, and conversation are going to stop working anytime soon.

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  74. It sounds like a good place. The part about showing one cares is definitely mysterious.

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  75. @rum – “Canadian = Entrepenuer never really made sense.”

    Well that’s because you’re hanging with border people, in the interior, the wild west so to speak, we have plenty of them thar enterpenuer folk. Course I could be biased – I happen to work with a fantastic entrepenuer – three great companies and still in his 30’s.

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  76. You should make sure you have your Estrogen Level Danger Indicator (ELDI) on when entering this kind of store. Estrogen poisoning can be fatal.

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  77. @lucifer

    Can’t move to the prettier city – my job doesn’t travel – and it’s too good to give up at this point.

    @sofia

    Montreal is a very beautiful city and that’s most of its allure. Montréal est une belle ville et ce fait partie de son attrait.

    See how politically incorrect I am? I just put English before the French translation! I may have to hide out in my basement for awhile.

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  78. aoefe, I’m tired of holding onto my faint memories of default. I realize he is never coming back so i’m ready to move on.

    @S- I see why you like keith. He’s been doing some heavy flirting with you on your site.

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  79. feast your eyes

    Her face is okay, but I think her nails are wonderful!

    I’m in neither but closer to the ugly one- aka Deadmonton. Ya lucky me.

    I’ll keep you in my prayers.

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  80. Montreal isn’t to my tastes. The core isn’t very dense, and the streets seem so empty and quiet. Old Montreal is alright, but on a day-to-day basis I prefer Toronto. The good thing about Montreal and Toronto alike is that the people are colourful. They are always up for a good time, and I’m able to spontaneously engage in great conversation with someone. On a Friday night in Montreal, maybe 4 or 5 bars will play songs you like, and in Toronto, 50 bars will be. I went to Calgary once, and it felt very vanilla.

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  81. Oh yeah, the hill the city is built on (Mont Royal) is unbearable. They don’t plow anything in winter, and you have to use a rope to pull yourself up steep slopes. I was going to go to McGill but I can’t handle bad weather combined with poor city maintenance.

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  82. where did all the good comment men go?

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  83. I was going to go to McGill but I can’t handle bad weather combined with poor city maintenance.

    In contrast, I was kicking myself for not even attempting to apply to McGill or Concordia. I’d go to decent schools for cheap and my degree is useful in the States and Canada…

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  84. where did all the good comment men go?

    I scared them off.

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  85. @DA growled – “I scared them off.”

    And you say you’re not Alpha?

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  86. Where did the comment men go?

    In the US its a holiday. Nobody is at their computers.

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  87. @Sophia
    your prattle about how great Toronto is typical…and why we in Vancouver dislike you

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  88. yclept, scrabble player, eh?

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  89. @rum

    “A huge percentage work for either a US company or some local Governmental Agency. Canadian = Entrepenuer never really made sense.”

    Know anyone with a Blackberry?

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  90. @dana

    yes, but it also sounds like my last name

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  91. Completely off topic….

    but what’s tighter…matches or lighters? lighters seems so mechanical and beta to me…

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  92. aeofe mentioned her boss:

    I happen to work with a fantastic entrepenuer – three great companies and still in his 30’s.

    Is the boss married?

    If he is not, there might be the answer to the search documented on your blog. Young, wealthy, alpha…

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  93. Is it him…. Oh my God!!! Default is that you??? I thought I had lost you but you’ve come back.

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  94. @DA growled – “I scared them off.”

    And you say you’re not Alpha?

    I’m sorry, my tone should have reeked of loser sub-human male. Think Eeyore from the Disney version of Winnie the Pooh.

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  95. *chic noir walks into the salon and spots Default taking a drink and shooting the breeze with the regulars*

    *look of utter shock on chic’s face*

    Chic: Default I thought you were dead. I had no idea you were still alive. I was preparing to move on.

    * a little boy peaks from behind chic’s skirt, looks up at default*

    Little boy: mommy is this *points to default* my daddy?

    Dun dun dun

    *default looks shocked*

    to be cont..

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  96. continued…

    Chic: yes honey, he’s your father.

    Chic to default: when you left me, I was pregnant with your babies.

    *default drops his whiskey on whiskey*

    *whiskey grumbles under his breath about a new trend of alphas dousing betas with alcohol*

    Default stammers: ba ba ba babies???

    Chic: yes babies default, we had twins.

    * just then little Defaulta Noir User is brought into the room by her god fathers joe and whelmer*

    *defaulta, the spliting image of her dad with a bit of her mom’s tan, runs to her daddy*

    *defaulta looks to default with the love that only a little girl can have for her father *

    Defaulta to default: daddy I knew you would come back for us.

    *default looks ready to dead faint but not yet*

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  97. @default

    Yes, the boss is happily married with five chilluns and I’m very close with the wife. No not THAT way. Jeesh.

    Oh and congrats on the twins – wow. I guess there is no hope for us afterall.

    *aoefe whispers to default
    Be careful I think she might have her eye on Keith…better whip her into shape my friend.

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  98. *Doug suddenly comes to life after sitting transfixed by the goings on.*

    Doug: Default buddy, you should of just stayed lost. Do you have any idea how much child support you currently owe on these two children???

    *doug pulls out a calculator and starts punching away*

    Doug: let see, you have two twins who are two years old and according to your income at the time you left in addition to late fees, interest, starbucks feminist lobbyist fees, man tax, women who hate men tax etc…

    *Doug turns green*

    Doug to default: you owe 90,193,328,391 and 02 cents.

    *room gasps*

    *doug and default both dead faint*

    *chic noir throws herself on default*

    *chic screams*

    No God no no no no no no not again no. God please don’t take my default user away from me.

    *Bhetti MD checks defaults vitals*

    Bhetti MD: he’s fine,just banged his head a bit. Give him some air people.

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  99. The stationary thing is accurate. I get the shit for gifts all the fucking time.

    “I bought you some stationary! It’s french!”

    “And a cool pen, it’s so smooooooth when you write with it.”

    I cannot tell you how many women have waxed poetic over paper and admit to spending hours in stores like these, even on vacation . . .

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  100. Uh! Oh!

    *default asks for paternity test*

    *default goes off the grid*
    *joins MGTOW collective*
    *becomes the sand in the cog wheels of the alpha world*

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  101. “lets default chill at his crib”

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  102. @default- ready and waiting for the paternity test.

    bhetti md announces: default you are the father.

    don’t worry I don’t want child support money. I want you to be their for our e-children thought. We should get married 🙂

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  103. i agree that this post is kinda lame on its face, but remember that our host, from time to time, enjoys posting stuff that is silly or off-base just to shit-test his readers. for his own amusement, mostly. this may be in part that kind of post – the idea that women love high-end stationery is true, as is the idea that such stores are good for day game, but the following list is too lame to be seriously intended by roissy.

    @dana- it’s labor day weekend. all the men are out at picnics or whatever.

    @aoefe- and i thought you lived in BC.

    I don’t have much to say about Toronto, having only been there once when i was in high school. my only question about running game, or just visiting generally, is that Canadians, or at least their own SWPL types, tend to have a collective chip on their shoulder about the U.S., or a complex of some kind. I suspect that this doesn’t extend to personal, non-political interactions, but I wonder of our Canadian posters can expound on this topic.

    @TimX- lighters are definitely better. there are very few cool accessories that are essentially masculine, and that’s one of them.

    @chic- wow – the board’s first gotcha baby (-ies). virtual relationships can now lead to virtual rug rats.

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  104. Maurice,
    I must respectfully disagree on the question of there being a limited supply of “cool” Male accesories-there’s all kind of stuff a guy can use.

    Lighters are one, but so too are cufflinks, moneyclips, tie clips, hankerchiefs, scarves, hats, cigar slicers, umbrellas and canes, pens and yup, *stationary*-the list goes on and on. In fact, a major tenet of Game is to accessorize as much as you can, because the average guy walking around doesn’t do this, doesn’t think about it, and chicks love a well-accesorized Man.

    As for the topic itself, hey, Roissy is telling the truth-you gotta go where the Women are. If they’re hanging out in a highend stationary shop, you wanna be there, too, if only in the immediate vicinity of the place. That’s how you gotta play it if you wanna be successful. Its like what Willie Sutton said-he robbed banks because that’s where the money was.

    As for the stationary issue itself, I really don’t have a problem with it. True, I use a whole lot less paper than I used to even ten years ago, but still, there’s something to be said for a nice note handwritten and signed w/one’s John Hancock. I’ve always liked fountain pens, Mont-Blanc makes some very good ones, and w/the right kind of paper makes for a nice note. Same deal w/cards, I was always good at getting nice ones for the Ladies in my life (which included my family members).

    The Obsidian

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  105. Lighters are one, but so too are cufflinks, moneyclips, tie clips, hankerchiefs, scarves, hats, cigar slicers, umbrellas and canes, pens and yup, *stationary*-the list goes on and on. In fact, a major tenet of Game is to accessorize as much as you can, because the average guy walking around doesn’t do this, doesn’t think about it, and chicks love a well-accesorized Man.

    Excellent point. And not just applicable to teh more peacocky type of alphas either. Cowboy types sport big belt buckles and expensive shit-kickers, for one.

    My accesorizing: very expensive stylish eyeglasses and custom lens cloths. Ok, not custom, but colored/patterned.

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  106. It is unfortunate that things like traditional letter writing, once a pursuit of educated men, seems to have become another lost art, exclusive only to women now. There is nothing wrong with writing a decent letter on a nice piece of paper. How many men in the past filled volumes with their letters? From antiquity onwards, statesmen, generals, adventurers, poets, writers, enjoyed letter writing. Perhaps technology has made all that obsolete. Still, I enjoy the feel of pen on paper.

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  107. Ah perseus, you’re back thank God. I misplaced the link to your blog.

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  108. @obs, PA- i agree about accessorizing – i was saying it’s desirable. i often wear french-cuff shirts for the links, of which i have many, and money clips are good when out and about, but the rest have limited applicability, in my experience. but if they work for others – respect.

    letter writing is sort of a lost art for men. i can relate to perseus’s regret at that loss, but the only thing i’d consider using fancy paper for these days is to take a printed resume to a very important job interview – and even that’s done almost exclusively electronically these days. and i agree with obs that’s it’s a nice touch for a man to send a thoughtful card to a special female when the occasion demands it. big bonus points, esp. if done with style and humor.

    why is it, actually, that females fetishize fancy paper and cards? is it a throwback jane austen thing? trappings of aristocracy and wealth? reminder of doll-and role-playing as children? social jockeying for position, a kind of one-upsmanship of taste? or simple courtesy a la miss manners? the latter isn’t enough to explain the fascination with the physical materials themselves, but it probably has a lot to do with it.

    i noticed chic disappeared after my “gotcha baby”comment…

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  109. Perseus, PA, Chic Noir,
    I personally see nothing wrong in the least w/writing a brief “thank you” note IF I had a nice time w/a Woman, say, a weekend. Now, that may raise the hackles of some here, and if so, so be it. But if the gal’s worth it, yea, what’s the harm in writing a brief note?

    O

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  110. Talleyrand,

    I love giving men nice pens for gifts! I get their initials engraved on it, with their title appended if applicable. WHY DON’T MEN APPRECIATE AMAZING STUFF?

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  111. maurice why is it, actually, that females fetishize fancy paper and cards?

    I don’t know why, but I’m the type who does. I guess women just value beauty in a way that American men don’t(beyond the flesh). I would argue it has something to do with American men being overly paranoid about being gay and American culture being an infant so to speak.

    I find myself rearranging my bedroom and even talking pictures of trite things like colorful donuts, cups, shopping bags if I think they’re cute.

    Forgive me kassyk for posting this… Juicy couture is a mid level woman’s brand that is overpriced and a bit tacky but they specialize in bright over the top girly products. For some reason, Juicy couture products appeal to me, a lot.

    Someone mention how women gush over a fine writing pen. Well, I do that too. I love pens that write well. No 0.5s for chic noir.

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  112. mu I personally see nothing wrong in the least w/writing a brief “thank you” note IF I had a nice time w/a Woman, say, a weekend

    *swoon*

    I may have to start dating older men. I swear younger men don’t this type of swagger. and you wonder why doug called you smooth 🙂

    I wish Virginia Gentleman would weight in since he is a bit of an old schooler himself.

    @maurice- Default is the dad, doug scared him with those numbers but I don’t care about money.

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  113. Roissy said:
    Why do women love froo froo stationery?

    Someone’s showing his age. Gen X and older women love this kind of thing. Anyone who spends a significant amount of time with echo-boom alpha sluts knows that they’re phone-addicted illiterates who show their luv with tattoos and trinkets – i.e., “peacunting.”

    [editor: you are quite uninformed. the girls in the paper source were mostly late teens to mid 20s.]

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  114. “peacunting”? brilliant. never heard that one- spot on.

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  115. *further DNA testing paid for at Doug’s insistance showed that each baby had a different dad

    duhn duhn duhn

    Who is the other dad? Inquiring minds want to know. Did chic finally make her way to Whiskey’s abode and ply him with whisky and her womanly charms? Did College Boy impregnate her on spring break? Did Tupac get tired of his cunning pursuit and go all the way? Did Obsidian treat her to his own version of Brown Sugar?

    duhn duhn duhn

    Stay tuned As the Roissy World Turns

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  116. gayest thread ever

    // clever orientation-baiting

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  117. ATC Someone’s showing his age. Gen X and older women love this kind of thing.

    Not true, I’ve seen teen girls ohing and awing in such stores.

    Anyone who spends a significant amount of time with echo-boom alpha sluts knows that they’re phone-addicted illiterates who show their luv with tattoos and trinkets – i.e., “peacunting.”

    You are writing about a different class of woman with different values. Or so they(we) would like to believe.
    SOME feminists get it wrong in a nutshell, they believe women must reject all things pretty, sweet and delicate to be equal to men.

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  118. aoefe *further DNA testing paid for at Doug’s insistance showed that each baby had a different dad

    So you had twins too huh 😆

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  119. Thanks, Chic. By the way, don’t forget, we still have a bit of a shopping trip planned, Inshallah. Some business is about to conclude btw now and mid-Nov, which may see me w/a full ($) clip. Daddy needs a new wardrobe, and all that.

    Let me also speak to something that I’ve touched on before, but seems to be a good time again, given the nature of this post, and that’s this…

    Within Game circles, there’s a kind of tone where in order to be successful with Women, one needs to be an “asshole”. There are differing definitions of what exactly this means, but for the most part they don’t fit me. This is important.

    Because, as practitioners of Game know and know well, if you attempt to do something that’s too far “out of your range” you will come off as forced, or worse fake, and that will turn a Woman off guaranteed. In Game speak, its what’s called being “incongruent”, and its a buzzkill for Women.

    I’m saying all this because there’s this tone of anti-Nice Guy-ness that on the one hand is completely understandable, and on the other is a bit of overkill. And while I take issue with The Urban Scientist’s take on the PUA community and Game in his recent Psychology Today article, still his major point is valid-one can be a gentleman and still get laid. I’ve done it all my life, and have known many other Black Men to do it, too.

    In case anyone get this twisted, let me say right here and now that I do not deny the fact hat badboys, cads and assholes get laid, the simple truth is, they get laid a lot. But what a lot of guys seem to lose sight of, is in what kind of Women out there who go in for these kinds of guys. I made a decision long ago not to engage such Women, knowing upfront that it could and would have an impact on my “count”-that I would have fewer notches on the bedpost. So be it. Being an uncouth asshole may indeed be the way to bang more Women, but it is not MY way.

    One thing we gentlemen must always keep in mind, is that Game affords us something the vast majority of Men out there simply do not have-OPTIONS. We can choose which kinds of Women we want to dea with, and for how long. Me, I want to deal with Women who knows what good paper looks like.

    Just sayin tho.

    The Obsidian

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  120. women are insubstantial ?
    roissy have you ever been in love i wonder ? well i’ll assume you have because of your age. or do you really believe these things about women ?

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  121. Nadia very very cool blog. 🙂

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  122. Oh Jesus, Lexington Green has found this blog. You won’t find a bigger fucking beta in the blogosphere.

    Go back to whinging about leftists you conservative beta douchebag.

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  123. I can be had with just the Whiskey. Just sayin. :>

    As for fountain pens, yes I’ve actually picked up women with them, though mostly older women show interest in them. They DO write better (my stationary is letter pads from Office Depot, I go through a LOT in meetings, web design, what have you).

    I would recommend AGAINST Mont Blanc — too overpriced, fancy, and not distinctive enough.

    Fountain Pens write easier and smoother (never lend one out, they adapt to the hand of the writer) and the ink, being liquid, runs smoother. They don’t work on coated paper, so stay away from that. You’ll need a rubber bulb from the drug store, about $3, for “ear wax removal” which works great for flushing fountain pens clogged with dry ink, it happens. Use a cup of warm/hot water, no soap, and just fill it up, push through, over and over again until the pen runs clear and the water in the cup is empty. If it’s been sitting a while, drop the nib in the cup to loosen the ink, for about half an hour.

    I like Conklin Pens, your local art supply store should be able to order them for you, or “Fountain Pen Hospital” (Google) for online ordering. Conklins seem to write better, they have tons of distinctive pens including the Mark Twain signature series (Twain used and endorsed them), the Glider and Duragraph, the Stylograph, and the famous Word Gauge. [Conklin went out of business in the 1960’s — this is the revival of the famous pen company.] Your other good bets are Rotring (solid German craftsmanship) AND believe it or not, the Monte Verde pens from Italy which can be had for cheap at Office Depot. I never pay over $80 for a pen, and have several often queued up (filled, ready to go) for meetings, they are my “meeting friend” and make writing a pleasure. I generally use Pelikan ink, available at art supply stores and online at Fountain Pen Hospital. Turquoise, Forest Green, Red, and Violet work well — stay away from Blue/Black because it looks horrible on yellow legal pads. Cross and Parker are “OK” but boring in design. A lightweight pen made out of acrylic is easier to write with sustained, than a heavier pen. Though the heavier ones twirl easier in meetings. I prefer a screw-on cap, with a fine not medium nib. Both make the ink last longer and I always use cartridges not the filler. Makes refills a snap and no mess.

    Yes I am a fountain pen geek. I have used this ploy — start writing with an LOUD fountain pen (brightly colored, BIG) in a coffee shop with lots of girls around. Eventually one WILL approach you and ask if you are a writer. What you say next is up to you.

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  124. “Now seriously, from a guy who easily puts women on pedestals, what do they want when they’re in the pedastal? Do they want to continue there or to get dragged through the mud?”

    Depends a lot on the particular woman, but usually she wants to be kept on the pedestal in public (especially in front of other women) and be dragged into the mud in private.

    “they want to keep superior to us in their high pedestals?”

    They don’t want to be superior to men on the pedestal, they want to be above other women. Something men always forget is that women don’t really try or want to impress men (because …. they don’t have to). Most of the effort women put into personal appearance and conspicuous public perfection is aimed at other women and is fundamentally aggressive in nature. The frillier and more adorable the public image the greater the chance that other woman loathe and despise her (maybe tinged with envy both loathing is definitely the dominant feeling).

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  125. Stanley Kubrick was obsessed with stationary. It was the vehicle for his ideas. He kept warehouses of notes on various projects.

    Stationary can be alpha because it’s a tool. Women are drawn to it because, in a man’s hands, paper and pen can shape and create worlds. They want to do the same things.

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  126. “roissy have you ever been in love i wonder ? ”

    I doubt it. His attitude toward LTR’s (as expounded on here) is remarkably similar to that of human beings* to pets. He’s convinced they love him while the most he can muster in return is casual transitory affection, tempered by the knowledge that they’ll be gone soon enough and another pet will be easy enough to find.

    But don’t hold that against him. Think of him as a trained animal – all his attitudes (and real treatment) of women have been reinforced by and rewarded by women. If women didn’t reward men who act like Roissy with sex there wouldn’t be so many of them. If women really want nice guys then they should start sleeping with them and the jerks will fall into line and do as they’re told. Women set up the sexual attitudes and behavior of men – it’s _never_ the other way around.

    *mentally healthy human beings, not crazy cat ladies or people who treat their dogs like children

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  127. ROISSY

    This blog ( http://evoandproud.blogspot.com/ ) has a series of posts dealing with the female:male sex ratio. Jason Malloy of ( http://www.gnxp.com/blog/index.php ) provides a swath of empirical evidence that seems to refute the Roissy philosophy.

    [editor: uh, i don’t think i’ve written about the sex ratio once on my blog. there are much more powerful societal forces that swamp the effect of the sex ratio. see: female obesity.]

    Whiskey and Nova have already had a stab, could the fabled one lend his learned opinion to the debate?

    http://evoandproud.blogspot.com/2009/08/where-are-women.html

    http://evoandproud.blogspot.com/2009/08/who-saw-it-coming.html

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  128. 1.Paper is lightweight. Women are lightweight.
    2.Paper is insubstantial. Women are insubstantial.
    3.Paper is a medium upon which trivial thoughts are transcribed. Women are a medium from which trivial thoughts issue.
    4.Paper comes in many soft pastel colors. Women can identify more soft pastel colors than men.
    5.Paper contains an element of danger (paper cuts). Women tingle in the gina region for hidden danger.
    6.Hand-written love notes on high gauge paper harken back to a romantic era. Women love fantasizing about long-gone romantic eras when raw sewage would run freely down cobblestone streets.
    7.Personalized lace-fringed paper, calligraphy, and wax seals show you care. Except that you shouldn’t show you care. Because chicks will ignore you if you show you care. Which is why chicks love things that show you care. Yeah, that’s the ticket.

    Lucifer would add:
    8. Paper is white and whites are finished. Better to hire an escort instead of going to paper stores

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  129. Female obesity is a factor unique to our times in the “woman shortage” scenario. Another is the unsuitablility of many young women today as LTR material — slutty and/or overentitled.

    One factor that’s universally present, barring a wartime killoff of males, is the fact that men 16-50 years old pursue the same 16-32 y.o. single women.

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  130. “Female obesity is a factor unique to our times in the “woman shortage” scenario.”

    If male and female obesity percentages are the same then it shouldn’t create a shortage. It just means that there a lot of people excluding themselves from the sexual marketplace by not controlling their weight.

    [editor: a shortage is created because men are pickier about a partner’s weight than are women. physical attractiveness is much higher on men’s list of partner criteria.]

    What I’m thinking of particularly is that I don’t see many thin girls with fat guys and you do see more fat girl-thin guy pairings. Of course, men can have a higher weight compared to the mean and not seem asexually fat, so maybe I’m not counting some fat guys as fat.

    I’m sure you guys have thought of this more than I.

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  131. Expensive stationary (with fancy caligraphy styled handwriting) make fluffy, irrelevant thoughts appear weightier than they are.

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  132. I love stationery. Give me fancy paper and multi-colored pens to write letters any day…

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  133. Why do women love froo froo stationery? I know why.

    8. Paper is recyclable…women are recyclable

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  134. “… bigger fucking beta in the blogosphere.”

    I don’t care.

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  135. Arrakis

    Then What is Rock?

    Women in groups ganging up on unorganized solitary men, including lone alphas.

    Like you know, feminists have done for the last 40 years.

    Unless those men have done some group contributive thinking to counter the ideology of the current female hobbling of men group think, currently and most effectively in history feminism (cause of democracy and cultural Marxism that were gifted to them by groups of men).

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  136. Why do women love froo froo stationery? I know why.

    It’s largely a SWPL thing, with immitators.

    It has associations with the upper class genteel female mediated social swirl of yesteryear, but remains au current. It’s a survival, and a revival. (Was kinda dead a couple of decades ago I think, or much reduced at least.)

    It’s redolent of Victorian society balls organized and entirely run and mediated by women, and the works of Jane Austen for example. Or the Bronte sisters. And the “Age of Innocence” in New York.

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  137. Chic,

    Thanks for the kind words!

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  138. Jimbo,
    I would have sent a card, but you seem to react violently to stationery.

    Roses are Red
    Violets are Blue
    The doctor said “Push!”
    Alas, it was you

    love,
    Mom

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  139. Ah, paper. I love paper.

    Inspired.

    Well, I am a girly girl.

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  140. on September 9, 2009 at 12:57 am msexceptiontotherule

    Gunz – uh oh, if you decide to go look for chicks over at fancy paper stores, you should tell me which one before you go. I send just about everyone I know a card I made for their birthdays, make my own Christmas cards just like any other holiday or special events requiring something out of paper be sent for. My nephews and any friend/relative’s baby have all gotten a quilt I made for them when they were born. Oh, and I write handwritten thank you notes whenever someone gives me a gift and I sent one to everyone who came back to my house after the funeral for the mr. – I wouldn’t feel right if I didn’t send thank yous, my mother made sure to drill that into me at a young age. My brother on the other hand, can’t be bothered to even send an email saying thanks or for birthdays/xmas, although my mom did try to teach him like she taught me when it came to ettiquette. He’s kind of a bastard, but I still send him things regardless. Whenever he and his wife announce that they’re pregnant with the fourth kid I’ll at least be able to sigh and relax, knowing that it’s the last kid I’ll have to make a damn quilt to send him, since they only do c-sections 4x, and my brother says he’s going to get snipped as a precautionary measure after a 4th kid. He’s almost got enough for a full defensive line.

    And my current project involving paper is a wedding scrapbook/album for a friend getting married at the end of next month, which I’m giving as a wedding gift since she and her husband-to-be are the ones paying for their wedding and wouldn’t have an official wedding album otherwise. It’s a way of saving money when you make cards and such yourself, and puts in a personal touch that you can’t get otherwise. Of course, it’s best done only if you can produce results that don’t resemble the kind of cards that a 5 year old makes to give their mom on mother’s day, so it’s the kind of hobby you need to have an aptitude for to begin with.

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  141. This “proximity IOI” thing could be a cue for another great business idea.

    You know that motion tracker from Aliens? How about the same thing for chicks.

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  142. For someone who claims that women are a waste of space except when it comes to sex, you seem to be spending a lot of time analyzing them, writing a blog about them, how to pick them up, what to say to them, how to fuck them, how not to fuck them, who to fuck, who not to fuck, what they think, what they eat, what they slut, what they sleep, what to say to them, what not say to them. They’re your whole fucking world.

    Roissy. Women are more important to you than you realize. You can’t live without them. This is clear. Both you and Roosh.

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  143. Fred Kite flew:

    You know that motion tracker from Aliens? How about the same thing for chicks.

    Let’s do business.

    I’ve already perfected the Fug-O-Meter

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  144. on September 9, 2009 at 11:46 pm gunslingergregi

    ””””””””msexceptiontotherule
    Gunz – uh oh, if you decide to go look for chicks over at fancy paper stores, you should tell me which one before you go.
    ””””””””””””’

    Gonna be a couple days maybe for hitting stationary stores just got the gallbladder out and could use about a weeks worth of cuddles only right now. So if ya feel like a drive maybe to see a wounded man I volunteer to be that guy.

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  145. on September 10, 2009 at 12:03 am Comment_Whatever

    That’s just great.

    Just fantastic.

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  146. on September 10, 2009 at 12:04 am Comment_Whatever

    Well, you still BETTER order the Ox Bile pills. Since that is now the only way you will EVER maintain a normal level of bile salt.

    Congratulations.

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  147. on September 10, 2009 at 5:06 am gunslingergregi

    I was in agony comment what could I do?
    Fucking the strongest shit they got didn’t work.

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  148. on September 10, 2009 at 5:08 am gunslingergregi

    Plus now I have scar game he he he
    Should work well on strippers. Which is about all I want now they are the hotness.

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  149. on September 10, 2009 at 6:29 am msexceptiontotherule

    gunslingergregi: if I want to see a wounded man there are plenty within a short distance drive, besides, you’re looking for the hotness that are strippers. You probably wouldn’t be around to answer the door anyway, on account of your leaving for the strip club and its promise of champagne room nastiness.

    I think I should go start knitting a pair of socks for everyone who served in the U.S. military past or present – yeah, like I’m motherf’n Betsy Ross.

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  150. on September 10, 2009 at 6:31 am gunslingergregi

    well now i am home (: so yea slightly incapacitated you might be able to catch me. he he he

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  151. on September 10, 2009 at 7:14 am msexceptiontotherule

    gunz – I do not chase, nor would I need to wait for you to be incapacitated before I[d launch my attack. I’m a ninja after all…

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  152. on September 10, 2009 at 8:14 am gunslingergregi

    So whacha waiting for….

    What are ya waiting for

    “spins around”

    What are ya waiting for

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  153. on September 11, 2009 at 2:01 am msexceptiontotherule

    Gunz: I’m waiting for my engraved invitation made of platinum & a telegram with my next mission that will explode in 40 seconds once opened.

    Other than that I’ve been really busy making sure that a few idiots do their own work for a change, which requires supervision unless I want to get stuck doing it myself to avoid much unhappiness from my boss, who will of course want to blame me because I’m one of the only women not working in a clerical support capacity.

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  154. on September 11, 2009 at 2:56 am msexceptiontotherule

    Oh yeah, and gunz, you know that ninjas are sufficiently sneaky…they are even better than a pair of really quiet shoes. It’s easier to get the jump on someone when you’re a ninja with quiet shoes on.

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  155. If there is one thing on the planet that is scary it is ninjas with the quiet shoes on especially if they are exceptions to the rule.

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  156. seriously though a platinum engraved invite thats a bridge too far don’t ya think and they weren’t at the stationary store.

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  157. on September 13, 2009 at 4:44 am msexceptiontotherule

    Gunslingergregi: Just trying to be excessively difficult, dear.

    And scary is something I can’t say I’ve heard anyone call me just from looking at me. It’s unfortunate, but I make do by being scary in other ways. Like they never know when I might turn up or find something on a person that brings long-term leverage potential for me.

    Yay! “The soul-recycling service has a contract to collect souls in your area! Please leave your soul in the collection bin to the left.”

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  158. […] 50 years by helping unshackle millions from the scourge of genocidal Communism, is not worth the froo froo parchment it’s printed […]

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