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My Mom Likes Gangsters But Married My SimpFather Instead - MGTOW

Published on 04/15/22 / In Red Pill

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This video is brought to you by a donation from RTFLDGR and here's what he has to say: "Hi Sandman, I woke-up, startled this morning. I figured something out. Like Tetris, the pieces of the puzzle fell together. The puzzle pieces were my Mother's life. She never spoke of it to me. Years ago, I met a doctor who dated my Mom back in college. He married my Mom's dorm-room mate. Seems my Mom no-showed not one, but two dates with him. So he asked out the dorm mate and they were married for over 50 years. Later, I find-out my Mom got engaged not once, but twice to gangsters. She grew-up in a mob city. My badass Grandmother took Mom out of State each time and wouldn't come back home until Mom cut the engagement. My Mom liked bad boys. Eventually my mom got sent off to college out in the country, but that didn't help. My Sister revealed to me (Mom told her much when she got older) she partied hearty, dated lots of guys, failed her classes and got kicked-out of college for reasons not even my Sister will say. Although my Dad was street tough he was not of the gangster culture, so Grandmother liked him. He was a country boy who came to the city to work. Dad ground it out in the oil & gas industry. 45+ years he worked to feed our family, rising from mailboy to chief chemist. Mom was cool in her Mom years. They held it together and we had a good family all those years. Same as it ever was. Wild women never get the blues. Wish you well, Sandman. #F Justin Trudea GO CANADA!" Well RTFldger thanks for the donation and topic. Sounds like your mother was lucky to have your grandmother there to straighten her out and make sure she didn't ruin her life and probably yours if you were born to some criminal that abandoned you and your mother. The sad truth is that most women today wouldn't do anything to help their daughters like that. Certainly not move two times out of state to prevent her from marrying into the mob. Looks like your mother eventually sobered up and found a compromise with your mother that she was going to find a tough guy but he would have a heart of gold instead of trying to steal gold. Also what's with the name you used? It kind of reminds me of RJ Fletcher from that now ancient film with Weird Al Yankovic called UHF. I'll discuss more in a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor The Red Pill Ring: Anyways, now back to my mother tried marrying into the mob but ended up with the simpfather instead clown world show. Well your father doesn't sound like a simp to me but to your mother he probably was compared to all of the men she was with before him. Your mother clearly wasn't a long term thinker and was instead letting the tingles in her vajayjay do the thinking for her instead. She could have snagged herself a doctor in the dorm room at college instead passing him off to her roommate. That was the strategy women used to use thirty or forty years ago. Running off to college and meeting men before they became successful. They would identify their potential and then gamble on his success. Of course guys had no idea they were being sized up for the size of their earnings potential at such a young age. But your mother wasn't interested in that. She was probably more turned on by guys that looked and acted like Ray Liota in Goodfellas. That college dating strategy hasn't worked in a very long time. Soon there probably won't be many men left in college to meet. Women making up two thirds of college students and they make up the majority of students in the stem fields if you count those in the medical sciences.

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