Plan For a Brighter Tomorrow

In the Western World, the typical eighteen year old girl has the world at her command.  Well, perhaps not the whole world, but enough of it to get her fill (is there a pun there?).  This is still mostly true even if she is kind of fat and/or unpleasant to be around.  The feminine herd says that she should go to University, get a degree, and obtain a job in HR, with a non-profit, or government. It does not seem to say much else, other than perhaps implying one should have fun when they have the opportunity.  And if they so desire, they should eventually marry and have children.  This is pretty much it.  Perhaps some of the women out there can fill this in a bit more.

So, if this is the plan (somewhat by default it would seem), how well is it working?  It does work well (so to speak) in the years of youth and beauty.  There is much fun to be had.  But it is like a pact with the Devil, and sooner or later he is coming for her soul.  For very often this route leads to no/unhappy marriages, damaged children, and general misery for all involved.

The question is: What should eighteen year old women be thinking with respect to plans?  There are undoubtedly many paths to life contentment for them.   What would you tell these young women about planning for their future?  What skills should they develop?  What behaviors should they nurture?  What things should they be looking for; and which things should they be looking to avoid?  It is in your hands.

Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, HowTo, Lies, Marriage
51 comments on “Plan For a Brighter Tomorrow
  1. Farm Boy says:

    Perhaps the first thing to tell her is that the power that she presently has will not last.

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  2. Spawny Get says:

    It’d be nice to hear what their male cohorts think, too. Ties in with my last comment on the old thread.


  3. Spawny Get says:

    G’night all.


  4. Farm Boy says:

    I think that the bear is hungry.

    Paging Molly.


  5. Yoda says:

    Women decide if they want children or not they should.
    Best done earlier rather than later it is.


  6. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Late in the last thread, I remembered a concept that had some currency in China-‘leftover women”. That there could be such a thing in a population that is male heavy came as a shock. They seem to live in the major cities and have succumbed to hyopergamy to their detriment. When this concept starts being applied in the Western world as a fate to be avoided, we’ll be on our way. We’re close now. Stories like BV’s from the last thread are going to circulateamong women and scre the little brown pellets out of them.


  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    No insult to Bloom intended. She knows and is going about her life proactively. There will be exceptions for honest women.

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  8. Cill says:

    I’ve come across these leftover women. This type of woman sees men everywhere but none of them is the man of her dreams.

    Take a trip to Beijing, Fuzzy. You will be a potential man of her dreams from the moment you step off the plane. You’ll already have that going for you. If you turn out to be less than perfect, though, she’ll dump you before you can blink.


  9. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Ask them if they can expect to find a girlfriend.
    How aqbout a job that could feed a family?
    If the women aren’t cooperating, who are they going after?

    The primary thing that I see crippling women in the MMP is indulging in hypergamy. How can they expect to land a man for long term if they keep shooting out of their league?


  10. poseidon740 says:


    Cill is correct. Go to China, Philippines, or one of the other Asian countries. They very much want white western men who have jobs. If you are young, you could work your ass off and save up a few thousand dollars for a couple of years, then check it out.


  11. Yoda says:

    Explain to women the implications of hypergamy one should


  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Going overseas has been at the back of my mind for a while. Foreign marriages have a better chance, a divorce rate of twenty vs. fifty percent. I think it may be that people have to applly themselves harder to make a marriage of cultures work.

    It should be explained. If she shoots out of her league, she may catch a guy for short term. If she stays in her league, she ma find a man for long term. The longer the term, the tougher the standard that men impose.


  13. Farm Boy says:

    Well, being a talking bear probably would be an advantage. How can a normal fella compete with that.

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  14. Sumo says:

    How can a normal fella compete with that.

    He could always just be mighty and awesome instea….oh, wait. There’s already one of me. Never mind.

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  15. molly says:

    Talking Bears are so cool! I would totally overfeed it, if I had one. I couldn’t bear to see him look hungry lol. I would chase a bloated bear to get him fit! Running bear in the woods (him not me LOL)
    Get him lean and light for the Asian bride (heh heh)
    I tease you F. Wuzzie Bear (Esq) 😉 To make up for it I bring treats:

    🌯 🌯 🌯 🌯 🍟

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  16. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Can we not both be awesome and mighty, each in his own way?

    It’s so frustrating! You tell me that the trears are there but, Microsoft is hiding them. Do they send all these treats on to Redmond WA?
    Having you as my personal trainer would ensure my success in no time. If you put in a good word for me with the locals, it wouldn’t hurt either. 😉


  17. Sumo says:

    Sorry Fuzzie. I wuv you like a brother, but there can be only one Mighty Sumo.

    And I apologize to you too, Molls, but The Mighty Sumo has better treats:


  18. Sumo says:

    Oh, bloody hell. I used the damn code that Cill gave me last time!!! WHY CAN’T I POST BLOODY PICS ON THIS SITE!?

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  19. molly says:

    O Wow! “there can be only one Mighty Sumo” yay yay YAY 😀
    Sumo’s treats leap ah-da-da screen!

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  20. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The Mighty Sumo makes Molly food.
    Molly like!
    I can’t ompete.


  21. Spawny Get says:

    That’s just great, Sumo. 5:20am and my stomach is now rumbling. Bacon and egg for breakout, if the eggs are still okay. Bacon buttie else. In 3 hours


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  22. molly says:

    Poor Unca S…. It’s not fair!
    (where’d I leave the tissues lol)
    heh heh

    Fuzzie your Vista is too old. Updrage to Win 10 you should!

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  23. Spawny Get says:

    Yeah you’re all heart, Furby. Yet my tummy rumbles on. Really.

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  24. Sumo says:

    Spawny, brother….I’m an evil bastard. I was under the impression that everyone here knew that.

    Enjoy the bacon.

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  25. SFC Ton says:

    There can be only one

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  26. molly says:

    Nothing is cuter than a talking Bear Fuzzie! – you *know* that you rascally bear! 😀

    Poopoops I misspelled “Upgrade” up there 😦 “Updrage” heh

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  27. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Two more years before Windows stops supporting Vista. I’ll hang in there.


  28. missattempts says:

    The concept of “social proof” means that people take their concepts on how
    to behave in a given situation from other people, or “the majority.” Another way
    of saying it is: “The blind leading the blind.” Persuation experts are aware of this,
    and this is how they “sell” self destructive activities to people.
    They have people clammoring for self destruction! Would any sane person
    KNOWINGLY harm themselves?
    It is chic to do self destructive things. And it’s due to the devil. The only question is:
    Is there a REAL devil, or a figuritive devil?
    The news media is a Devil. I’m certain of it.

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  29. Yoda says:

    Perhaps told that trying to get by on just looks a dead end it is.

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  30. Yoda says:

    The news media is a Devil. I’m certain of it.

    How to counter this one can?


  31. Advice to an 18 year old girl… Well, I would have lots. But not what the usual advice might be these days. I’d tell her the story of Samantha, the babysitter. I think Samantha has it figured out!

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  32. Yoda says:

    A young woman long term thinking she must do.
    Avoid short term temptations she should

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  33. Yoda says:

    Poopoops I misspelled “Upgrade” up there 😦 “Updrage”

    Indeed, wrong it was.

    Upgrayeed it is.


  34. Yoda says:

    Doh. Wrong I was.
    Upgrayedd it is.


  35. This post made me realize I need to conciously be having this discussion w my girls, especially my oldest.

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  36. Yoda says:

    Perhaps discuss what contentment means with 18 year olds people should.

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  37. Yoda says:

    Teach them that decisions consequences they do have.
    Often long term these would be.

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  38. Yoda says:

    Teach children introspection good it would be.

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  39. Yoda says:

    Critical thinking skills good also to have.

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  40. Padawan says:

    Fuzzy said, “Two more years before Windows stops supporting Vista. I’ll hang in there” (by Padawan, Blog Laureate 2014 – ?)

    To far off Scotland Fuzzy go, he should
    Same attitude to spending as Scots have, he would.

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  41. Yoda says:

    Scots like to spend Englishman’s money they do.
    Might just as well ship the money down the loo.

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  42. Yoda says:

    Guilty men are,

    For instance, when Matthews asked about confidentiality in these cases and the fact that rape is a felony, Gillibrand explained why colleges, not the legal system, should be handling accusations.

    “So the reason why there is a dual system is so that you can have a way to handle this case if the survivor doesn’t feel comfortable going through a criminal trial — that could take a year or two or two or three,” Gillibrand said. “It will obviously change her life and her time at college.”

    One of the reasons trials take so long is that both the defense and prosecution need time to prepare their cases. But Gillibrand appears to believe that such due process is a hindrance to justice.

    A trial or a hearing will also change the accused student’s life and time at college, which is why campus adjudicators need to be sure they’re not expelling a student for political reasons when there’s no evidence that a crime has been committed.

    “So sometimes a survivor just wants a review process to have an opportunity to either have her perpetrator be expelled from school, or if there’s insufficient evidence and he can’t be held responsible, to have some accommodations,” Gillibrand added.

    I’ve written before about this concept of Gillibrand’s: She’s basically saying that there’s no such thing as an innocent man who has been accused; he’s either found guilty or he gets away with a crime.

    And let’s take a step back to look at what Gillibrand is really saying here. She’s suggesting that the criminal justice system isn’t easy enough for accusers. Police and juries won’t throw someone in jail based on nothing but an accusation. Therefore, a kinder, gentler justice system needs to exist to do just that. It is that kind of thinking that has prompted more than 70 male students to sue their universities after being expelled and treated like criminals without evidence — and sometimes with evidence that points to a false accusation.

    Gillibrand also spoke about “accommodations” for accusers – who she always calls “survivors” or “victims” – in case those awful rapists get away with their crime.

    “Only a school can change her class schedule so he’s not sitting next to her in science, to make sure she can have a dorm that’s safe – those are accommodations that can happen,” Gillibrand said.

    Everything she says is designed to imply guilt on the part of anyone who is accused. That is about as far from “fairness” as one can get.


  43. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    DDefend the Constitution, she does not.
    Deserving of censure she is.
    Writing law to crrcumvent civil rights she does.
    Not up for re-election until 2018 she is.


  44. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    On a lighter note, here is something from Sargon of Akkad that is brilliant tongue-in-cheek.

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  45. Padawan says:

    Fuzzy at 11:05 pm (by Padawan, Blog Laureate 2014 – ?)

    Yodish the first tongue of Fuzzy it is?
    Less typos it has than the English of his


  46. poseidon740 says:

    Yo, missattempts:

    “The concept of “social proof” means that people take their concepts on how
    to behave in a given situation from other people, or “the majority.” Another way
    of saying it is: “The blind leading the blind.”

    Yep, I have seen this dynamic occurring in various arenas for years. Kinda like a herd mentality. Church folks do this to an extreme in leu of believing what is written in the bible.

    “Is there a REAL devil, or a figuritive devil?
    The news media is a Devil. I’m certain of it.”

    Perhaps the American Democratic Party is as well. Lol


  47. SFC Ton says:

    And the GOP is not? Washed in blood over tax money?


  48. SFC Ton says:

    No politician has defended the constitution since 1860

    Really funny to see how immature most folks politics are. Fuzzie once bitched about some politicians being reactionaries which is what you would have to be to defend the constitution.


  49. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    SFC Ton,
    Are you aware that the kangaroo court at Amhearst College passed down a judgement on a guy Two years after teh incident, for receiving oral sex, and all parties conceded that he was passed out at the time.
    I think that kirsten Gillebrand would like to see more of this.


  50. Yoda says:

    A new post there is


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