Seeing With Your Third Eye


“It’s about being able to see with your third eye…”

People send me the damnedest shit. I suppose this bitch wants you to see her through the eye of your deeyuck… and to think with your deeyuck, too.

Decline such generous offers, gentlemen. Do so in the name of your father and grandfathers. To lay with such a greedy sow would be a direct insult to all the men who came before you.

Author: Boxer

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

24 thoughts on “Seeing With Your Third Eye”

  1. Since jewelry adds make of about 40% of all drive time radio commercial breaks in our area, my middle-school aged son asked me about how much diamonds rings cost while his mother was sitting right next to me. “Well,” I said, “several thousand dollars, but you don’t want to marry any girl who just has to have one. That money is much better spent on a down-payment on a house that you’ll BOTH live in. If she won’t marry you unless you throw away a lot of money on something selfish like that, you should find another girl.” Of course his mother was scandalized (but not surprised). I’m like, “He’s YOUR SON. You should be on his side!” But TEAM WOMAN is a hard nut to crack…

    Start you business by throwing away your seed money on junk jewelry. WTF does she bring to the business, again?

  2. I’m open to engagement ring debates, but you would be hard-pressed to find a 1 ct diamond of a quality you would want to wear for 3.5k, much less a 3 ct rock.

    Materialism is a red flag, but being so clueless about the value of money or the goods sure insists on having is even more worrying.

  3. Honeycomb:

    I had a really good time trolling with #nohymennodiamond back in 2015-2016. Those were the good old days on twitter, man.


  4. This is how th wimminz think .. forgiveness thru deception.

  5. I bet you did .. it convicts the heart of every wommonz .. or it doesn’t .. and it provides instant unregulated feedback of which (horse cocky care-O-sell) camp she’z particapted in.

  6. Yep .. (k)HH and Mich are on the money .. heh .. da wimminz have zero concept of money .. hence why the “Men prefer a young debt free virgin” meme / trolling article caused such an uproar.

    Stay single my friends.

  7. Horseback riding…I thought it was a trampoline accident…or she accidently did the splits while roller blading.

  8. I doubt these women have any clue about the third eye or what it is about…basically she’s flat out saying marriage to her is nothing more than materialistic. Has nothing to do with building a family or her being a good helpmate. I doubt she could be that self-aware to point out the view she’s presenting her divorce risk case…but that’s why we’re here.

    The pineal gland is what these people are referring to when they say ‘third eye’…but I doubt they get the ‘why’ when they are saying it.

    ‘The results of various scientific research in evolutionary biology, comparative neuroanatomy and neurophysiology, have explained the phylogeny of the pineal gland in different vertebrate species. From the point of view of biological evolution, the pineal gland represents a kind of atrophied photoreceptor. In the epithalamus of some species of amphibians and reptiles, it is linked to a light-sensing organ, known as the parietal eye, which is also called the pineal eye or third eye.’

    René Descartes believed the pineal gland to be the “principal seat of the soul”. Academic philosophy among his contemporaries considered the pineal gland as a neuroanatomical structure without special metaphysical qualities; science studied it as one endocrine gland among many. However, the pineal gland continues to have an exalted status in the realm of pseudoscience.’

  9. I’d also tell her…you know what’s worse than receiving a 1 ct. ring….being alone at 40 with a no carat ring as your fertility passed you by and you have cats to look forward to because you wanted that big rock.

  10. It used to be about HER WEDDING DAY ™ .. it’s always been materialistic in nature.

    But when you ask’em what they bring to the table besides helpmate skills (and being a young debt-free virgin ™) they have nothing to offer. And they expect th menz to step-up and deliver on their inflated egos.

    The other problem is that once all th wimminz are sullied .. so .. as I like to describe it to my fellow brothers in Christ ..

    Me .. Do you buy tires for your vehicles?
    Themz .. Yes.
    Me .. Do you buy used or new tires?
    Themz .. New.
    Me .. If you were to buy used tires .. would you pay new tire prices? Or a premium to experienced tires?
    Themz .. UH NO!
    Me .. Me neither.

    If new tires are not a choice .. hence why all the blood letting about any man or woman maintaining an unblemished record to a prospective spouse .. those sullied wimminz can’t allow choice or un-sullied women to exist. That puts’em outta bizzness.

    Let those freaks talk about a third eye. And take names.

    It’s not even peak HER-(third)Eye-Cane season yet.

    Spank’em if you got’em. 👍

  11. All they bring is inflated egos…it’s what happens when you chose the path of carnal flesh and materialism.

    I never really understood at first why some saints or respected clergyman would say that lust, pride, and greed are all together. Now I know without a shadow of a doubt why that is.

  12. The funny thing is, I had no idea as to the going rates for these silly baubles — because I have never before contemplated buying one, for any reason.

    My grandmother has a couple of two-carat stones, and to my eyes, they look huge – way too extravagant for an engagement ring; but, wimminz will have their delusions.

  13. You could buy a decent size house for your wife to be and fill it with kids for the price of that useless rock.

  14. My mother, an Anabaptist, refused to wear any jewelry. She married my father without an engagement or wedding ring. My wife and I used her great-grandmother’s engagement ring and were gifted our wedding bands from our friend (who was studying to become a jewelry maker). We spent nothing on rings, which was good because we had no money to speak of.

  15. Hmmmm…….my dad when he prosed to my mother in late 1964 he was working as a pump jockey, living at his aunts farm getting his career going (a little later than most men, he was in journeyman school in 1964 at the age of 26) and the ring which my mother wore until her death in 2008…….even when my father had the means to buy a bigger and better ring (anniversaray et al) was a speck of “sand” in a modest setting……..43 years of marriage.

    As for a business? They built it together. What a lucky thing indeed.

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