The Bachelor- a good case study if you look close

The show the Bachelor is a very good case study in women if you look beyond the thing veneer of entertainment it is marketed as.  A group of women are put into a situation where they are COMPETING for a single male.  This is a situation that rarely happens in ‘real life’ where girls have guys at their beck and call.

Anyway, the show it very ironic in that these women devolve (or perhaps show their true colors) into neurotic, conspiring, obsessive animals.  They back stab, plan, lie, do anything they can to stomp out the other girls for this one guys attention.  The irony comes from the fact that these EXACT guy and girls reversed (meaning any one girl, and the guy among a group of 10 guys) the girl would not give the time of day to the male she is so obsessed with now.

A take away lesson: act like you have value, and if you ever get  a harem going it quickly become self-sustaining.

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4 thoughts on “The Bachelor- a good case study if you look close

  1. I don’t trust television editors to shed a good light on something when the have the chance to make it look bad, but in this case I won’t deny that these women really are that bad. Maybe not all the time, but certainly under the circumstances which all those hot women competing on TV, they want to win badly.

  2. so true. I had a harem with a primary, who blew up at a point. New to game, and new to getting serious with game, I acquiesced and devolved to my previous beta tendencies when she blew up. I valued the relationship more than myself. Subsequently, lost the harem of four, and eventually lost the primary.
    We have acquiring women and serious LTRs covered — I wish there was more out there regarding oscillating with the soft harem and getting close with a primary – as many of us former Blue Pillers will often find ourselves in this arena. I lost my source of puda, six months of hard work, and more confidence than I’ve had since being in my twenties.

  3. “A take away lesson: act like you have value, and if you ever get a harem going it quickly become self-sustaining.”

    “Self-sustaining” bunny boilers.

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