If It Ain’t Broke…


And now, just for independence day, here is a heartwarming story of independence from women, gleaned from the internet.

There are two first-person blog posts here, written by an anonymous feminist heroine, who is just trying to ‘have it all’. In part one of our story, the protagonist describes meeting a man who keeps his financial life private. This man is subsequently dumped by this gold-digging ho’, who assumes that he is broke.

She finds out later he’s a multimillionaire who chooses a lifestyle of simplicity and mobility.

Part 1 – Summer 2014

*TL;DR – My boyfriend kept his wealth a secret from me throughout our entire relationship. I ended the relationship on the pretext that he wasn’t money/career motivated, he didn’t say anything to the contrary. *

I [F26] have been dating Will [M27] for most of 2014; I met him on New Years Eve, we exchanged numbers, scheduled a coffee date and have been seeing each other ever since. He’s tall and shy, with long thick hair like Eddie Vedder. He lives in an older house by himself and drives a 1997 Toyota. He dresses very casually – I don’t think he even owns a collared shirt – and all his clothes are minimum 1-2 years old. For income, he told me he “ran a few websites” and picked up piece-work as a ‘session guitarist’. He is also very frugal. He never took me out for fancy dinners or anything. In the beginning it was always coffee dates, walks, hikes, etc. If we go out, he insists on ‘pre-drinking’ and refuses to buy drinks at a bar. Most nights he was content staying in, watching Netflix and playing his guitar.

I never outright asked how much money he made, but given his lifestyle, clothes, furnishings, etc. plus the fact that he rarely worked, I assumed it wasn’t much. I would lightly prod him with questions about the future, if he had any career goals – he would say that he “saw me in his future”, but also he was “happy the way things were”.

I have Facebook and am on it every day, usually when work is slow. Lately my newsfeed has been filled with my peers getting married, buying houses, having babies, and other various accolades. I can’t help but feel jealous by this; it seems like everyone but me is making significant gains in their lives and relationships. Three weeks ago, after seeing a girl I knew from high school buy her 3rd property with her husband, it felt like my relationship with Will was juvenile and had no future.

The next time I was over at Will’s (after he served me potato soup for dinner and was torrenting a documentary for us to watch later) I ended the relationship. I was perfectly honest about everything – he was a great guy, I loved him and his personality, but I felt he lacked career/life ambition and we wanted different things for the future. He sat and listened to everything, seemingly unmoved by it. When I finished talking, he said “fine by me” and asked me to leave. I went to hug him on my way out, instead he just guided me out the door and slammed it shut behind him.

With prior boyfriends, we’d still talk or text a bit after we’d be broken up. Sometimes we’d even still hook up. I dunno, I’ve just never had a ‘bad break-up’ and always try to remain on good terms. I haven’t heard a fucking word from Will, even after texting him multiple times and calling him once.

I saw two of Wills friends at the gym today. I went over and made small talk, asked how he was, etc. I tried to explain myself, saying he was a great guy but our views on money and the future didn’t seem to mesh. To this, one friend chuckled to himself and walked away. I asked the other friend WTF that’s about it, and he says “Yeah, we heard. The thing is, Will’s loaded. He inherited his grandpas land which is leased to oil and gas companies. I’ve seen the quarterly checks he gets and they’re more than my yearly salary. Good luck getting him to spend it, though. He has a ‘if it aint broke, dont fix it’ type mentality. Just look at that piece of shit he drives!”

This has completely baffled and upset me. I dated him for 10 months when I thought he was penniless, proof I’m not a fucking gold-digger. I am a 26 year old woman who needs to be pragmatic, I can’t just indefinitely date someone with the future being so uncertain. He could’ve said something, ANYTHING during our break up when I was explaining my doubts about our relationship. Instead he said nothing, and now he refuses to talk to me. It makes absolutely no sense.

I just feel so low right now. If a man with disposable income meets a woman he likes, doesn’t he want to treat her? He said he “saw me in his future”, why didn’t he care enough to share these things with me? He could have easily kept our relationship alive by being forthcoming. Someone please help me make sense of this situation.

This is a perfect example of the sort of manipulative nonsense I’ve detailed on this blog for the younger brothers. Every time a woman has sat me down to announce her reasons to break up with me, she has always had some other telos that didn’t actually involve separation. She wanted me to be exclusive with her, or she wanted me to get engaged with her, or something else. It never ceases to amuse and entertain a brother to savor the shock on a ho’s stupid face when she gets her bluff called.


Her: You aren’t doing x, y, z for me, so I think we need to break up…

You: OK. Take care of yourself.

Her: (with a frozen panicked expression) What? Huh? Don’t you want to work this out?

Of course, when a ho’ runs this script on you, you should not want to work things out. You should discern that she is a manipulative little freak, who is more trouble than she’s worth, and you should take the opportunity to move on.

Our nigga Will has done the best and most sensible thing, by refusing to negotiate, and letting his bitch end the relationship. But, our story is not over. The feminist protagonist recently revisited her old flame, and immediately went online to whine about it.

Part 2 – January 2017

In 2014 I went through a pretty bad break-up. I met Will at a NYE party hosted by a friend-of-a-friend and we dated for 10ish months. I loved him – it was probably the best relationship I’d had on a ‘personal connection’ level – but he had been dishonest about some things (not infidelity – ‘life’ things) and it led to us breaking up. I couldn’t come to terms with his lying by omission – it seemed like he threw away our relationship over nothing.

I was pretty unhappy for a while, not gonna lie. Went on a few dates, had a few Tinder flings, but nothing serious. Around summer 2015 is when things started to turn around and I felt I was in a good place. Happy with my job, happy with my body, happy with my social circle – just all-around happy and patiently waiting for Mr. Right to come along.

My friends and I were invited to the same NYE party this year, hosted by the same person. I knew there was a chance my ex would be there, but I didn’t care – I was over him. Seeing him and being cordial shouldn’t have been a problem. He was pretty icy when the relationship ended, so even if he was there, I didn’t expect him to say all that much to me.

So my girls and I are there early, having a few cocktails and everything is going great… then Will walks through the door. He saw me, smiled, walked directly over and gave me a big hug. With his arms wrapped around me, smelling his cologne… I just melted. In that moment, whatever bad feelings I had about our relationship were completely gone. I just genuinely missed him.

I got through 15 minutes of small talk with him, my heart racing the entire time. He remembered all these little details about me, my friends and my family – I couldn’t believe it. When I told him about my job, my new apartment, etc. he seemed happy for me. When the conversation ended, he gave me another quick hug and then left toward the kitchen.

My friends could tell that seeing him had affected me. They took me to a more private area of the house to talk it out; they reminded me to not get ahead of myself, he’s still the same guy who lied to you, etc.

When we went to rejoin the party, he was on his phone giving directions to someone. After a minute of eavesdropping it became clear that he was talking to his girlfriend. Fuck.

I should’ve left then and there, but I didn’t want it to seem like him having a new girlfriend affected me. Like I hadn’t gotten on with my fucking life after 14 months apart. And so I stayed.

She arrived about 10 minutes later and Will introduced her to everyone. She seemed nice enough, but seeing them together made me sick to my stomach. I swear she was being all touchy-feely with him just to spite me. I did my best to avoid them throughout the night. I found out through a friend that they’d been dating for 2 or 3 months. The party ended, I got into a car with my friends and just started sobbing uncontrollably. They tried to comfort me but I was too far gone. They dropped me off and I cried for while longer alone in my apartment.

This was supposed to be a fun weekend with my girls, we had all sorts of stuff planned, but I ended up staying home by myself last night. No one questioned it, they all knew. I must’ve wrote 100 different texts to Will last night but didn’t end up sending a single one. I’m going to stay in tonight as well.

I want him back so bad, I just don’t know what to do 😦

My readers will note a couple of things. In the first place, she has rewritten the breakup from ‘he ain’t got enough money’ to ‘he’s a dishonest liar’. She then goes on to describe the end of the affair as initiated by him (!), stating that Will ‘threw our relationship away over nothing’.

What can we learn from our brother Will? Always be closing, never beg, and if a ho’ wants to ho’ then let her go.

Author: Boxer

Sinister All-Male Dancer. Secret King of all Gamma Males. Member of Frankfurt School. Your Fave Contrarian!

6 thoughts on “If It Ain’t Broke…”

  1. Sir
    I’m guessing the GF was less than 25. Cherry on top of the ice cream 😎

  2. Those two bits bring back some bad memories of what it is like out there.
    You have found some skills to manage the scene much better, but you still have to deal with the residue of despair that comes from close contact with such defenseless brutes. So I was blue pill dealing with those women, which put me often in a self-defeating cycle, but even with your red pill success, maybe more so when winning, don’t you want a goal, which is instinctually going to involve the benefits of entropy, that is, stability and dependability of a relationship with one person, instead of a process? I am better at running for the joy and fitness now, but I still want to race, and I see racing similar to having a purpose for your dating skills. You have said you are a marriage eunuch by nature, but I think it sounds like an equivalent amount of work to play the field without end. You already exhibit the endurance, discipline, and knowledge for being a husband, so it seems like the choosing part would be relatively small. Anyhow, that post should have a trigger warning for previous long-time field warriors.

  3. Welcome brother. I love your comments around the ‘sphere. Please consider getting your own blog if you don’t have one already!

  4. Funny…I just read this blog today and I’ve gone through 2 of those type of ‘I want to end it’ scenerios. My response…OK.

    It is what it is…if she doesn’t want to be there, I’m not going to convince her otherwise. It’s not like we are married.

  5. If a man with disposable income meets a woman he likes, doesn’t he want to treat her?
    LOL. What is especially entertaining is that she considers herself to be a non-gold-digger.
    If she truly wanted a financially stable marriage, but was not looking for paid-entertainment, she could have asked what kind of family he wanted. Children, role of wife (financial or not), etc.

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