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  G Manifesto comments on Roissy/RVF archive?
Posted by: soap - 06-14-2021, 10:43 PM - Forum: Everything Else - Replies (20)

Anyone got archives for G's comments on Chateau Heartiste, and the RVF archives in general?

So much wisdom was lost in those posts and if anyone's got it backed up I'd appreciate it very much  Angel

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  Panama- First Thoughts And Data Sheet.
Posted by: WillieStyles - 06-14-2021, 07:48 PM - Forum: Travel Forum - Replies (5)

Hi All,

I landed Panama City yesterday. I just wanted to start a thread to post first thoughts that will culminate into a data sheet as I go to a couple of other cities in the country. When I got here yesterday, it was raining intensely, so didn’t have a chance to explore the city much- just got back to my hotel and had a few beers, pipelined a bit and went to a random close by restaurant. I have hit the road properly today and these are my first thoughts:

1. Panama City seems to be the most prosperous city in Central America. This is obvious to some, but just landing from Guatemala to Panama, the differences are quite pronounced. However income disparity in Panama seems stark. There is a huge Gulf between those that have and those that don’t. Probably the most stark in Central America.

2. Panama is diverse. Very diverse. The city purports to have only a million people, but it feels there are more. The city seems dense. Also there seem to be many Colombians, Ecuadoreans and Venezuelans. A fair few seem to use here as a ‘stepping stone’ to get to the US, but many get ‘stuck’ here and spend years here. There was a Copa America game between Columbia and Ecuador yesterday and the random restaurant I stepped in to have dinner last night was packed with fans of both. It was like a derby.

3. I’m loving it. Because of the diversity, the women come in all shapes and sizes. The typical Panamanian woman seems to be on the larger size, but even a fair few are ‘thick’ and have curvaceous bodies (a few Beyoncé like). Now this may not be your cup of tea, but it is a step up from Mexico and El Salvador in my view- where a fair proportion of the women tend to be overweight as well with no discernible shape. Panamanian women actually remind me of women in the Dominican Republic. There are also a variety of women from other nations in South America as well as North American/few European expats, so there is something here for everyone.

4. It’s a dollarised economy, so conversion is easy. I’m from the U.K. and I have an automatic 100 GBP to 135 USD in my head. It keeps things easy (it’s now 100 GBP to 140 USD however).

5. It’s a sexual city. You could just tell by being here that a lot of sex goes on in this city, I haven’t banged yet, but it’s dripping with potential.

6. It’s prettier in pictures and postcards, apparently some people call Panama City the ‘little Miami’ in Central America. Though some of the buildings are impressive, they look a lot better in pictures than up close. It could be because of the heavy rain last night, but some of the high rises downtown looked a bit worn,

7. Panamanians are friendly. Also English knowledge is fairly high for under 40s. It’s a step change from El Salvador and Guatemala.

8. It’s very liveable. Basically it’s one of the few downtowns of capital cities in Central America that are not sketchy (San Jose, Guatemala and Managua are sketchy)... Also it’s not got an excessive amount of junk or street food in every corner you turn, itn this sense, it’s a refreshing change from being in CDMX recently. I have coined CDMX street food city- basically it is one big continuum of street food shops/corners. Every three buildings sells something related to food in CDMX. And love as I do CDMX, the inhabitants are slowly eating themselves into a heart attack.

9. If you are from Europe, you have some exotic potential here. I typically get a more inquisitive stare when I tell people where I’m from. I suspect if you were from the US and Canada, the reaction may not be the same. North Americans are a dime a dozen here, it seems.

I’ll fill this out some more as the week goes by. I am also in David and Santiago and I’ll report on the vibe of those cities and how they differ to Panama City.

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  where to spend the summer in Europe
Posted by: Scythianchad - 06-14-2021, 01:21 PM - Forum: Travel Forum - Replies (12)

Hey guys, Russia hasn't been ideal for me and it's not really worth returning to Ukraine until around september cause insane prices no students all us sexpests there atm. Belarus also not worth till september.  Is anywhere in Europe good right now with limited restrictions to chill? Thinking maybe Tbilisi or Canary Islands but maybe there is somewhere else.

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  Bachelor's degree but no job at 25 years old
Posted by: MattPorter01 - 06-13-2021, 08:28 PM - Forum: Lifestyle Forum - Replies (5)

So a little backstory. I fucked around in my teen years playing video games and being a loser and didn't finish high school with a good GPA so I had to settle for lower-ranked university programs, which I could enter. At this point, I had no interests apart from IT and computer science but after a semester of that, I called it quits, it wasn’t something I would want to do for the rest of my life. At this point when I quit I started being more social, got into game, got my first LTR, read a ton of Roosh works, moved out on my own, made new friends, and started working out. So nutrition and sport were something I loved. I didn’t have many options with my shit grades from high school, but after 3 years in uni, I got my bachelor's degree in Food Science And Human Nutrition. 

I wanted to go for Masters but I hated the school system at this point, I couldn't bother with the fakeness and the whole blue pill education system. I was always the black sheep in the family and didn’t care too much about school. My mom and both sisters are doctors, my dad is an engineer, I wanted to do my parents proud and be someone highly educated as I thought it was the only real way to succeed in life back then because that’s all the blue pill ideas I’ve been spoonfed throughout my childhood. But as I matured and started educating myself I said fuck that sheep mentality. 

So my specialty is in Nutritional Sciences, and I get a job at a microbiology laboratory straight after my internship, earning decent money. I was stupid to rent an expensive apartment and let my spendings be high, so I got by check by check, never saving up or knowing anything about managing money. Suddenly corona hits and BOOM!, I'm out of a job and my expenses are high and I have debts and bills to pay. Few months go by where I send out a ton of applications, but get rejections left and right, because no one is hiring at the moment and companies are actually cutting some of their employees to save on the budget. My situation was getting grim and I hit rock bottom. So for the first time in my life, I said fuck this, I'm getting my shit together. Time to fix my financial situation once and for all. I leave my fancy apartment, I sell all my stuff and I move back home to my parents. At this point, I had 0 $ in savings. 

I never thought I’d work dead-end jobs with education on my hands, but reality slapped me in the face. For the next 6 months, I worked my ass off in a dead-end job as a van driver, driving around delivering goods for 10-12 hours a day. Exhausting ass job, very little social life, very little sleep. I saved up enough to pay off my student loan debt completely off, which was a huge burden lifted off my shoulders. The debt was due in 2027 but I paid it off in less than a year. The next thing I did was pay off all my smaller debts, from my old apartment to small loans, moved into a cheaper studio apartment again, and I had 5000$ in my savings. It's not much, but it’s honest work. 

I see people my age have jobs, money, and work 24/7, but they have no life. They are so dependent on one thing, that it consumes their whole lives, they are sheep. I don't want to work for the rest of my life a 9-5 job, or for some corporation or CEO that doesn't give a single shit about you. I'm past those blue pill lies that working for a good company is the only way in life. But it’s a paradox...because at the same time I'm thinking I have to participate in the rat race somewhat to earn enough to buy myself free. I have to start somewhere... I want to enjoy the fuck out of my remaining 20s but at the same time, I need money to be able to travel and experiences the things I want. 

So what is the best solution to this. Do I suck it up and try to find work at a laboratory again and build myself up slowly, or is there another approach to go about this without hating the system? I'm open to every single piece of advice out there. I'm currently in Europe, not America if that means anything.

Tell me if I'm being a bitch or if I have the right mentality but the wrong execution. I'm open to all criticism.

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  Kyrgyzstan Datasheet
Posted by: Foothunter - 06-12-2021, 08:53 AM - Forum: Travel Forum - Replies (10)

Hello guys,

as some of you may know, I am in Kyrgyzstan. Already saw a lot here in Bishkek, I went to the Issykkul region and unfortunately got a really bad food poisoning. Anyway, I create this new thread and after I finish my journey here in Kyrgyzstan I will write everything down that I can.

So far I had a good time, have a main girl here, met a couple of other girls as well and if I have to describe it somehow, I feel like a bit the same energy from these girls as with women from Latin America. Sure, you will find some conservative muslim women here, but those that aren't will let you know very quickly. These girls are very direct and they know why a man has a penis, to put it in that way.

I only met Asian-looking women, because let's be honest, they take more care of themselves than the the Russian-looking women. Some of the Russian women here have piercings, blue hair, weird haircuts and whatnot, while the Asian counterpart just have their shit together. Some even don't use make-up at all and still look very beautiful. They have nice cheekbones, nice eyes, kissable lips and good looking eyebrows as well and not just a painted line on top of their eyes. Most are slim, yet not breakable or weak. You can be rough with them and it won't hurt them, in fact they will like it. Sure, some fatties are to be seen, but so far I like what I am seeing here and had a pleasant time so far with a lot of fun.

One can easily sexualize the conversation with the girls here and they don't act all weird. They seem more fun and one of the girls even gave me presents when she knew I was coming and another girl waited for me in the airport and I didn't have to lift a finger when I had food poisoning, because she took great care of me. The other girls (whom I had to cancel dates on) where at least polite and asked if I needed help or if they should come.

Some are also openly kinky or let you know very fast what they like and they like to try new things, which is great for me, as I am a foot guy (if you couldn't tell by my username LOL). 

Except in 2 or 3 weeks a full datasheet. I will of course write extensively about Bishkek and maybe some other parts of the country that I saw. I will include general information, cultural/historical aspects, women, bars etc

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  Hypnotherapy/hypnotist Thread
Posted by: blackfriar - 06-11-2021, 05:30 PM - Forum: Lifestyle Forum - Replies (12)

Anyone ever went to a legit hypnotherapist or done any research on it?

I was pming to Baltimore Bachelor about it. I am interested.

Going to have a session next Tuesday, after work.

There are also 4 different certified hypnotism teachers in my area, according to the National Guild of Hypnotists. They teach classes on this, to become certified.

Gonna give it a go and go in with a 100% open mind.

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  Where to next?
Posted by: Crisp - 06-09-2021, 05:45 AM - Forum: Travel Forum - Replies (34)

As international travel starts to become normalised again in the back half of the year / early next year, what's the thinking on how to approach it?

Firstly, I dips me lid to the perma-travellers that have been keeping on throughout (with a mix of jealously and awe) but to those who've been stacking chips on the sidelines, what will be the tipping point where you jump back on a plane?

In terms of destinations, is the play to hit up places with higher vaccination rates, reasoning there'll be less restrictions? e.g. I know it doesn't get a lot of air time but Chile in the Southern hemisphere summer? Maybe Punta del Este over new year?

Are you keen to leave before that? Any Eastern European destinations in 2 or 3 months time? 

What about high-volume tourist destinations before the hordes return?
Game friendly like Thailand? Or perhaps the locals in Greece might be more susceptible after a break?

Any arguments for Africa? Or other places where impacts seem to have been less?

What's on the radar Gentlemen?

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  Foot lounge thread
Posted by: churros - 06-08-2021, 05:30 AM - Forum: Everything Else - Replies (7)

Inspired by foothunter and longships I'm creating the inaugural foot lounge thread.

Quote:Perhaps the rage is because other people's healthy desires reminds the anti-footfag of how they are alienated from their own bodies. It is probably a very Western prejudice, an affliction of modernity (even a century ago I notice in proper bourgeois literature references to "pretty" or "handsome" feet, not something that would appear in today's literature without the connotation of fetishism). Feet are kept out of sight and out of mind. And keeping them bundled up tight in shoes all day is what is responsible for most of their unpleasant characteristics—infection, odour, misshaping; meaning that when the shoes finally do come off most people, presented with their neglected feet, associate them with disgust... the feet themselves are unfairly blamed rather than the conditions forced upon them. Notice the completely disproportionate commodity fetishism built around shoes. I've had some "people" remark to me that they prefer the gaudy design of designer label sneakers over the limb you wear them on. Is there a more rotten, insectoid, consumerist and anti-human attitude than that? Preferring literally cheaply made industrial fibre, cynically marketed, a fad, over flesh and skin of an anatomical marvel which has served us for tens of millions of years.

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  Spending July In One City - Lisbon, Barcelona or Hvar?
Posted by: AirForce1 - 06-07-2021, 02:12 PM - Forum: Travel Forum - Replies (18)

Looking to spend the entire month of July in either Lisbon, Barcelona or Hvar. Will be working remotely during the week, so looking for a walkable town with cafes to work from, a vibrant late nightlife, preferably near the ocean/large body of water and cool women. I’m tall, mid-30s, black, reasonably good looking dude with decent game if that matters.

What do you guys recommend? Open to other suggestions.

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  Thoughts on social media stint/"influencing" as a business move?
Posted by: elitis - 06-07-2021, 12:16 PM - Forum: Lifestyle Forum - Replies (11)

Not a lot of talk on the "influencer" (God, I hate that word) world. Since its something I've been considering trying out for another source of income (as well as to surround myself with IG "models"), I'm wondering if anyone has any experience in that realm. I know some of the bigger names with million+ followings are charging upwards of 10k for a shout out post, and while I don't necessarily see myself getting there, I think getting around the 100k following mark would be reasonably doable. Any thoughts?

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