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Update- I ran across this post. lmao...Her and I ended it last week.
A different version of the six month rule. Funny how after the red pill, I don't really care. Its too familiar now, the highs, lows and bs.
Came home to my cat and watched tv w/ my kid.
Got some serious plate action going @ weekend and early this week. This weekend its back to the show.
 

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She said in the beginning of the relation that she doesnt' like flowers and in the argument says why don't he give her flowers.

I've heard things like this a couple times. Part of it is because women don't really know what they like but part of it is just throwing s*** against the wall because the relationship is over and they are looking for reasons why that's okay.
 

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My ex of 20yrs and I had arguments that were just like that one on the video. Like I told her in the last one (and the last time I talked to her, I threw in the D-word for real), "every time we've argued, it's always about the same gd fn thing, EVERY GD F'N TIME! You should have seen the smile on her face, and yeah she agreed. Never again. Never a-f'n-gain...
Sounds narcisisstic, the circular arguments. How did you make it 20 years?!! My sense of logic is too strong for that even though it was painful to leave too.
 

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Sounds narcisisstic, the circular arguments. How did you make it 20 years?!! My sense of logic is too strong for that even though it was painful to leave too.
Tbh, I didn't quite realize it for several years. I thought something was amiss @ first, but she told me it was all in my head. I'm pretty skeptical, but I thought "well, maybe she's right". (I had been getting backstabbed by my friends @ work, and they laughed behind my back about it -in- crowd politics).

And this "All in my head" thing happened occasionally over the years, odd thing was her newer friends seemed to go along. When I questioned this, of course it was denied. And when I started catching on and calling her on it, that's when the claims that I was "Paranoid" around people, that because I didn't get along w/her friends I was "Antisocial".

The real sh!tsorm started after she got pregnant. We had tried twice and miscarried, but ultrasound this time was good. And then it began. She had a plate on the side that was an exec in the company, he was an expert first class Don...not even.kidding. This guy could play the game in front of his prey's parents, friends...they would tell him to stop bet he deflected like a pro! This man felt no shame and did not give one single sh!t.

Anyway, lots of other "it didn't happens" were...happening lol. By now I had become a raging alcoholic. I was escaping into my own little world where I was the Alpha in my mind. I was thinking of escaping, but at this point my daughter was about 7. In my state for me to get custody the kid has to be 11, then they can choose who they grow up with. Had I lived 30 miles west, in the next state I could have divorced her when kid was 4, after she had a wild night and had to get a morning-after pill...and of course, it was an emotional drunk mistake and will never happen again...and this is wen I went from a partier to alky. And after that came another cheat, 2 yrs later@ a party we we together at. At this point I knew she was out of control and a raging drunk sl*t just like her Mom. This time, I set it up so she couldn't lie about it.

Then the stroke, then we paid off bankruptcy, since my insurance was trying to get away w/ not paying my ST disability. I stayed so this would be settled.
She found more friends, from a family that didn't get along w/my parents. They set up some interesting scenarios...this was when she dropped a tv on my head and then walked away. So, the next day I started moving my sh!t. And then her youngest son (donated to life by her first hubs) started an argument and made a mountain from an anthill, and I took my daughter (11yo now!!) and left.

We didn't see each other much, she thought I'd come back after her son went to military. But she got fooled, and @ 1/14 I was a free man!!!

And, Like Ronald Mc-D says, "I'm lovin it!!"
 
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Tbh, I didn't quite realize it for several years. I thought something was amiss @ first, but she told me it was all in my head. I'm pretty skeptical, but I thought "well, maybe she's right". (I had been getting backstabbed by my friends @ work, and they laughed behind my back about it -in- crowd politics).

And this "All in my head" thing happened occasionally over the years, odd thing was her newer friends seemed to go along. When I questioned this, of course it was denied. And when I started catching on and calling her on it, that's when the claims that I was "Paranoid" around people, that because I didn't get along w/her friends I was "Antisocial".

The real sh!tsorm started after she got pregnant. We had tried twice and miscarried, but ultrasound this time was good. And then it began. She had a plate on the side that was an exec in the company, he was an expert first class Don...not even.kidding. This guy could play the game in front of his prey's parents, friends...they would tell him to stop bet he deflected like a pro! This man felt no shame and did not give one single sh!t.

Anyway, lots of other "it didn't happens" were...happening lol. By now I had become a raging alcoholic. I was escaping into my own little world where I was the Alpha in my mind. I was thinking of escaping, but at this point my daughter was about 7. In my state for me to get custody the kid has to be 11, then they can choose who they grow up with. Had I lived 30 miles west, in the next state I could have divorced her when kid was 4, after she had a wild night and had to get a morning-after pill...and of course, it was an emotional drunk mistake and will never happen again...and this is wen I went from a partier to alky. And after that came another cheat, 2 yrs later@ a party we we together at. At this point I knew she was out of control and a raging drunk sl*t just like her Mom. This time, I set it up so she couldn't lie about it.

Then the stroke, then we paid off bankruptcy, since my insurance was trying to get away w/ not paying my ST disability. I stayed so this would be settled.
She found more friends, from a family that didn't get along w/my parents. They set up some interesting scenarios...this was when she dropped a tv on my head and then walked away. So, the next day I started moving my sh!t. And then her youngest son (donated to life by her first hubs) started an argument and made a mountain from an anthill, and I took my daughter (11yo now!!) and left.

We didn't see each other much, she thought I'd come back after her son went to military. But she got fooled, and @ 1/14 I was a free man!!!

And, Like Ronald Mc-D says, "I'm lovin it!!"
How did office politics tie back to your relationship? You had a stroke? Describe some of the other "it didn't happen scenarios"?
 

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How did office politics tie back to your relationship? You had a stroke? Describe some of the other "it didn't happen scenarios"?
Office Politics= We both worked at the same place. I left for a while, for what I saw as a better opportunity. It wasn't.

I came back later, things had really changed.
Had the stroke on mon.am @ work.

One time we were at a co-worker's house, her hubs was acting odd w/me as soon as we got there. The people I mentioned that we hard on me at work, were good friends of theirs. He had plans that night, I could tell. And that Monday am, I heard my boss (his friend) on the phone saying "People have tried to split those two up for years, and it just ain't gonna happen, you should just forget it..." He wasn't the corporate dude, that was another dilemna. Boss was likely on the phone w/him...I was gonna walk in on the convo but the f'n door was locked? And she had to know I was just outside, as that's where I had to print my documents for what she assigned.

One other time @ his house, a party w/ quite a few people. Some friend of his, a guy who was a year ahead of me in school, I walked up on them, they were behind the garage, ex was on her knees, he was undoing the pants. Her friend was behind him, fondling him. I said well, room for me too? Lmao
They just left. Nothing was going on, all in my head. Yep.
I actually don't wanna say anymore for now.
 

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Office Politics= We both worked at the same place. I left for a while, for what I saw as a better opportunity. It wasn't.

I came back later, things had really changed.
Had the stroke on mon.am @ work.

One time we were at a co-worker's house, her hubs was acting odd w/me as soon as we got there. The people I mentioned that we hard on me at work, were good friends of theirs. He had plans that night, I could tell. And that Monday am, I heard my boss (his friend) on the phone saying "People have tried to split those two up for years, and it just ain't gonna happen, you should just forget it..." He wasn't the corporate dude, that was another dilemna. Boss was likely on the phone w/him...I was gonna walk in on the convo but the f'n door was locked? And she had to know I was just outside, as that's where I had to print my documents for what she assigned.

One other time @ his house, a party w/ quite a few people. Some friend of his, a guy who was a year ahead of me in school, I walked up on them, they were behind the garage, ex was on her knees, he was undoing the pants. Her friend was behind him, fondling him. I said well, room for me too? Lmao
They just left. Nothing was going on, all in my head. Yep.
I actually don't wanna say anymore for now.
Do you think the stroke was a
Result of "nothing was going on its all in your head". So the point of all the bull was to divide you and ex?
 

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She said in the beginning of the relation that she doesnt' like flowers and in the argument says why don't he give her flowers.

I imagined that same scene performed by Steve Martin and Goldie Hawn, and it was a LOT funnier.

Seriously, though, he treats her like a nagging mother, and she acts like one. Try treating her like your 12 year old daughter, and take it from the top.

If your 12 year old daughter walked into the room, you probably wouldn't ignore her. You'd probably stop what you were doing, turn to her, and say, "hi, sweetheart." You might invite her to join you, or ask what's on her mind. If she started talking to you like a brat, you probably wouldn't let that go unchecked; you'd correct it, right away. If she politely asked you for help with the dishes, you'd probably consent, after you finished your game, or ask her to join you for a game, first.

In any regard, you wouldn't acquiesce to rude treatment, and encourage it by complying with rude requests. You'd tell her to either finish them by herself, or think of a way to ask for your help that would make you want to give it.

The problem is that too many guys think if they don't walk on eggshells they won't get laid. Fuuck that. Who's the boss, anyway?
 
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