none more red said:Chris Hemsworth said:List the red pills that are the most depressing for you, in order from most depressing to least.
1. Age pill
2. Small frame pill
3. Looks pill in general
4. Hypergamy pill
Really?, you don't put looks first?
Seems to me the other three can be mitigated in some ways, but ugly is just ugly
Nautical said:None of these things. Red pills are seeing ugly / ethnic men with hot women, which i do frequently in London.
'Frame pill' and 'hypergamy pill' are both nonsense, i see men with small frames with women everywhere, i literally tower over them with my height and massive shoulders, but they are the ones with a hot gf, so whos winning?
Victory said:The worst pill for me is that every time I think I know all of my subhuman traits I find even more subhumanity
2nd worst is that my shit genetics fucked up my university experience where I should have been having fun
Victory said:Chris Hemsworth said:How bad are your genetics? My looks and social naievity ruined uni for me too, but I'm going to run Peter pan game after Looksmaxing and live in a fresher dorm aged 20.
Everybody had clear skin, except for me I suffered from cystic acne in my first year.
Hairloss started, face was bloated, horrible skin quality, small frame, looked young. Of course after the first year it's pretty much impossible to make friends so there went my university experience. Stayed home half the first year because of my acne too.
IcedEarth said:life is without an inherent aim, and no matter what you do you just die and will be gone forever
let's call it the death pill
Gots 2 Ball said:IcedEarth said:life is without an inherent aim, and no matter what you do you just die and will be gone forever
let's call it the death pill
This. I always thought that I would be enlightened when I was an adult, but no such luck. You're just wasting time until it's all over.
SeriousM said:can someone explain the age pill in detail for me? Mainly at what age it is all over.
Through this process I came to realize that people treat others drastically different depending on how they look. Sometimes just thinking about the stark contrasts of treatment makes me sad.
I went through a lot of physical changes, but I think the strangest thing to adjust to was not my body, but how differently people began to treat me. After a decade of being poked fun at by my peers, it was almost surreal. The bullying faded away. Suddenly, people stopped laughing at me in the halls. Pretty girls I had never imagined approaching me before wanted to be my friend, and boys wanted to talk to me. I cultivated a social sphere for the first time in my life.
Think of it like this. If you threw someone in a society that was a lot different from what they're used to believing in, they are going to have a hard time adjusting to the norms.
My life acted in a way that was like an off-on switch. And I had no clue how to respond to it.
I started getting attention and opportunities that I didn't know how to act upon.
I had a friend like this in college. When he was in high school, he was an acne-covered beanpole: a scrawny, six-foot-four geek with almost no friends. Girls ignored him or made fun of him.
Then, before he went to college, he started exercising and bulking up, spending hours in the gym every day. His body filled out and he became extremely handsome. This is when I first met him, and I can attest to the fact that he was a "babe magnet."
His reaction was to become deeply cynical and somewhat misogynistic. Many times, I heard him say, "I'm the same person I was before! Everyone drawn to me now would have ignored me or been rude to me a year ago."