Why Do They Do it?

This video was discovered by Stephanie,

Here was what the Glorious Patriarch said,

As the Wise Ton said, the advice given to her was appropriate for her, but any man should run like hell.

She’s too old.
She’s going to park her debt on hubby and then give up work. She clearly doesn’t like work.
If she has a kid she’s perfectly capable of deciding that she doesn’t like being a mommy either. Only one kid and done? Plus hire a maid and a nanny so she can indulge her fantasies of competency at doing something frivolous, expensive and money losing (a niknak boutique style shoppe?).
She’s whiny now, she’ll be a fecking harpy once married.
She’s an entitled child looking for a sugar daddy tied to her in marriage.
If When she decides that marriage doesn’t suit her she’s very capable of taking every penny hubby has and justifying it to herself…’baby wasn’t happy’

She’s a complete clusterfuck of a prospect for marriage.

Stephanie stated,

But seriously… why didn’t she listen to her dad when he warned her NOT to go into those ridiculous majors? My parents warned me and pointed me toward STEM and I remember seeing lots of girls going to college with me pick easy ridiculous majors that wouldn’t make that much money. And they viewed college like she did “a big 4 year slumber party.” I’m sorry, but it’s so hard to feel sympathetic to that when I was studying constantly and working my butt off to get A’s in a major that most dropped out of. But I love how kind he is… probably because I wouldn’t be :/ and wish I could be.

But I was married for 8 years at her age, with 2 children… WITH my degree (which was maybe a waste, but at least it makes good money and I can go back when they’re older). It’s just frustrating to see women like this complain about their life when they almost purposefully MISSED all their opportunities.

I’m not a unicorn… I knew SO MANY girls that got married to CHRISTIAN MEN (like she’s looking for) just by putting themselves in the right place at the right time. I met my husband in a campus Christian group, like many other happy women (obviously they’re married with kids by now) did along with me. There was even a joke on campus that our group was called Campus Crusade for Couples (supposed to be Campus Crusade for Christ) because SO MANY found their life partners there.

So I definitely get y’all’s frustration that she’s probably going to settle her debt and ridiculous life choices on to some poor man, but hopefully they will be happy and she’ll be extremely good to him (Stefan’s advice) and manage his home etc. It could work… if she puts her heart into it.

The subject lady is/was not the typical clueless SJW type.  She realized that the University was indoctrinating her with a bunch of BS.  She was warned about the issue of selecting a degree that did not lead to obvious career path.  And when she realized this mistake, she chose another degree with a career path that she hated.

That said, she is not alone.  Hordes of women (and many men) follow the same path.  Why do they do it?  They are told that a university degree is the path to the middle class (more so for guys) or the path to self-actualization (more so for the women).  Surely word has filtered out that not all university degrees are considered equal; non-STEM degrees with perhaps the exception of business are often considered worse than useless.  It would have been better to stay at home and play video games in those cases, for at least their minds would not be filled with stupid crap.  I have a niece who obtained a BS in World Politics, and was genuinely shocked to find that there was not automatically a high paying job waiting for her and her new found expertise.  Her friends were just like her.

Why are these women apparently so delusional?  Perhaps they feel that they are women and seemingly self-actualizing women should be in high demand due to their awesomeness.  Perhaps they felt that the Obama era was just the start of a golden age when such women would be fed into a system where they would flourish.

Can anybody explain this lemming-like behavior?


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57 comments on “Why Do They Do it?
  1. Farm Boy says:

    It used to be that IQ tests were used to sort out prospective job candidates. In the US this was outlawed by the Supreme Courts. So companies stared using degrees as a surrogate for intelligence/”stick to itiveness”. Now that so many university degrees have been debased, it is not clear what will come next.

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  2. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder if this is an entitlement just like all of the other entitlements.

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Can anybody explain this lemming like behavior?”
    Could it be that they took feminists and proponents of the the blue pill at their word?

    What we should worry about, is people like her that have racked up debt in six figures with no hope of paying it back. There is over one point four trillion dollars outstanding in student debt, all of it unsecured.

    “I wonder if this is an entitlement, just like all the other entitlements?”
    They do want to make it so. They want their debts forgiven and they want their education to be subsidized.

    That the woman that Stefan talked to could dump her debt in her prospective husband’s lap is a real concern. The failed Democratic candidate for Texas governor, Wendy Davis, did just that. She divorced her husband after he sent off the last check and gave him her son too. He was his stepfather.

    Going forward, the best thing that lenders can do is limit their exposure to studies that are likely to result in careers that can pay back loans.

    As for finding a husband, she got a great pep talk but she’ll revert to form.

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  4. Yoda says:

    Perhaps write a post about Ms. Davis and the lessons learned the Bear might

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  5. Yoda says:

    Supposedly going to the University about learning to think it is.
    Apparently not so true today it would be

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  6. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The book is not closed on Wendy Davis yet. In the wake of the Pussyhat March, Steven Crowder talked to her when he went undercover as “Stephanie”.She could come back like Tricky Dick.
    I think that people are going to the University to check boxes on their list and gain credentials.


  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have to correct my earlier statement. The child left in her husband’s care was his son. As for a post, I couldn’t do a better job than this.
    I understand that she lost her bid for governor to Greg Abbot in 2014, 59 to 38 percent. All of Texas had to breathe a sigh of relief.

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  8. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Suzanne Venker is writing for the Washington Examiner. She discusses Sheryl Sandberg.


  9. SFC Ton says:

    Why did I do it?

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  10. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This is all over. Three female Swedish police officers having difficulty arresting a immigrant wanted for vandalism.

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  11. Stephanie says:

    “Why are these women apparently so delusional?”

    I really think most of them have parents who don’t tell them the truth 😦 . This lady had a dad who did though, which is why I thought it was weird that she didn’t heed his advice at all. But I think most are extremely ignorant of real life consequences, which is sad.

    Lots of women seem to waste their 20’s getting into debt or not finding husbands because 1) our culture is set up for that and 2) again, their *parents* don’t seem to care enough about them to instill in them to do something else (better) and maybe even m ore so 3) they are raised to deliberately look down on marrying “too young,” and **NOT** getting a college
    degree – no matter what degree it is, they *must* have one to be a legit adult.

    When we got married, even though there were other couples we knew getting married in college, many people we knew acted like it was the worst thing ever. Like we were ruining our lives and making a horrible choice. It is REALLY looked down upon to get married before having your college degree. Even my parents who seemed to be red pill before it was a thing were very upset that I was getting married so young (and I get it – they were worried – our culture makes it seriously taboo to marry in college). I got secretly engaged, and when my mom found out they kicked me out and i had to live with friends until we married. It was horrible, but I look at it as a good thing that made me switch from loving and idolizing them so much (they really were amazing parents – so wise and honest) to being forced to rely 100% on my husband for everything.

    It was the intense lustful desire that made us that crazy to get married so fast and so young. 😉 I was the virgin that hooked a semi-player. Even the fraternity guys that knew him were kind of astonished that we weren’t having sex when he’d been having it before with other girls. Just being honest!! I think it was that desire (temptation) that made it happen so fast. Even after almost 10 years married, we still have an insanely good sex life, so he’s still really really happy!

    It all worked out in the end, they love him and my mom has admitted that she wished she had made some choices that I’ve made like staying home with my kids when they’re young and such. So I can see how even Christian couples that don’t have sex are really pushed to wait until they’re done with their degrees (that some won’t ever use) to get married. Maybe that’s why so many cave and end up having pre-marital sex…. ?

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  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I wrote a post entitled “Wendy Davis”. I am fairly certain it is among the drafts. I hope that it is not scheduled to post. Better to leave that in your hands.

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  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It seems to follow, that as marriage is postponed, pre-marital sex becomes all the more likely on a societal scale.
    Your Mom tossed you out for getting engaged? That’s harsh and not very supportive.

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  14. Spawny Get says:

    Worried about how the EU will resolve the Gibralter (British territory for centuries) issue?

    RELAX! The diplomats are on the mother


  15. Spawny Get says:

    Heart felt cheers guys. Somebody needs to lend our political ‘elite’ a spine

    A source close to Mr Trump said: “The US/UK trade deal is a key priority for the President. Given the calibre of the people he has working on the deal and their proximity to Trump, it is clear the commitment he gave Prime Minister May about securing a deal is being given the Rolls-Royce treatment.”


  16. Spawny Get says:

    The Spanish and the EU have decided to throw Gibralter into the BREXIT negotiations. Somewhat amusing seeing as Spain has a couple of enclaves on the North African coast that they regard as properly theirs.

    Here’s where we’re going to end up, Kek vult

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  17. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    I have a niece who obtained a BS in World Politics…

    G’whaaa…? How the hell is there a Bachelor of Science degree in something as fluffy as world politics?

    I guess I shouldn’t be too surprised. College has stripped out the meanings of ‘male’ and ‘female’. Stripping out science (and bachelor, for that matter) from a Bachelor of Science degree would be child’s play.

    Thank goodness the BS degree still retains its secondary meaning.

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  18. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    Heart felt cheers guys. Somebody needs to lend our political ‘elite’ a spine

    Happy to help. Now get yourselves sorted while we’re still in our lucid phase.

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  19. Spawny Get says:

    CP I understand that there’s a war on over there too. Best of British to the Trumpinator


  20. Spawny Get says:

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  21. Yoda says:

    Actress-comedian Tina Fey called out college-educated, white female Donald Trump voters during a Friday night fundraiser for the American Civil Liberties Union, suggesting that those women who voted for Trump during November’s election might want to “forget” about the outcome


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  22. Yoda says:

    Like most mothers with young children, Coverdale enjoys opportunities to socialise with other mothers of children the same age while on maternity leave, especially in her neighbourhood in inner-city Sydney.

    So when a Russian-born friend mentioned a playgroup on Thursdays, at the Alexandria Park Community Centre, she was enthusiastic.

    Two weeks ago, on a humid Thursday morning, she bundled her eight-month-old baby in the pram and walked with her four-year-old son the short distance to the community centre.

    When she arrived, her red-haired son raced off to play while she looked around for her friend.

    That was when a staff member approached and asked if it was her first day. Coverdale thought how nice that she was so attentive.

    But then the woman said: “Can I ask what your cultural background is?”

    Taken aback, Coverdale, who has blonde hair and freckles, said: “I’m Australian”.

    Immediately, the woman said: “I’m sorry, you can’t come here. It’s for multicultural families and people who speak languages other than English at home.”

    Tara Coverdale says she was turned away from a Sydney playgroup because it’s for ‘multicultural’ families only


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  23. Yoda says:

    Three women, one man it was


  24. Yoda says:

    An immigrant the man would be


  25. Yoda says:

    A Muslim refugee accused of rape said he didn’t know raping a child was wrong because it was “culturally acceptable” in his homeland.

    Twenty year-old Mufiz Rahaman is accused of raping a 10 year-old boy at a center near Sydney.


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  26. It would really be better for people to look at college as an investment than an experience. What’s the exit strategy? Is the debt worth the enhanced career path? Will it pay off?

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  27. Yoda says:

    Yes, “experience” desire many do.
    Expensive it would be


  28. Stephanie says:

    It was harsh… but we knew other couples that tried to wait for two years being engaged that ended up living together (and starting their marriage off with a bigger chance of divorce/unhappiness) too because their parents also would not support them getting married so young. Our society isn’t really set up for that so I understand why they were so concerned…. :/

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  29. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It wasn’t always that way. Something has happened and it is not good. It is as if everyone is encouraging women to postpone child bearing until they are too old.

    The Swedish cop video did look very familiar.
    Hard to believe the refugee used that excuse. If it flies, it will confirm the worst of out suspicions. Sorry, Choicy.
    Tina Fet confirms that Trump is in a war with feminists.

    Spawny Get,
    Can Sweden make it till the next general election in Sept. 2018?

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  30. Stephanie says:

    Yea it isn’t good. We are so glad that we got married that young. It was hard and difficult financially but we had each other and it was so worth it.

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  31. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It wasn’t that long ago that people did marry young and parents helped. Universities had married student housing. What is being promoted now is contrary to nature.
    I think that I am beginning to understand how things got so messed up.

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  32. Rose says:

    I think women (and some men) do this because there is nobody to guide them. They just start to study something they think would be fun without considering what the salaries are like (if there even are any jobs).


  33. SFC Ton says:

    Conventional wisdom is universally bad right now.

    To many changes on to many facets ( technology, culturally, economically etc) happening to quickly. Hasn’t been enough time between events to let people figure out what’s best and while the world around us changes on a dime, there are massive propaganda programs making the situation even more difficult to figure out.

    Generally people mean well but generally people are idiots and ill-informed

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  34. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    And I would have gotten away with it, too, if it hadn’t been for you meddling kids…

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  35. Yoda says:

    Easy decision this would be

    France and Germany, along with a host of up to 21 other countries, are set to demand Hungary and Poland either accept migrants under the quota system or leave the European Union (EU).


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  36. Yoda says:

    A student at Northern Arizona University is reportedly facing academic repercussions for the using the word “mankind” as a synonym for “humanity” in an essay for an English class.


    Liked by 1 person

  37. Yoda says:

    Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s LeanIn.org has launched an “equal pay” campaign that claims “women are still paid 20 percent less than men, on average, in the United States.”


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  38. Yoda says:

    Stupider than Jar-Jar this is

    Pablo Gomez, Jr., a left-wing Berkeley student activist arrested in January for allegedly stabbing a popular French elementary school teacher to death, and severely injuring another woman, insists on being referred to as “they.”


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  39. Yoda says:

    Coastal Carolina University has suspended its cheerleading program amid allegations that the cheerleaders were involved in a prostitution ring. There have been no prosecutions, and there don’t appear to be any on the horizon, so controversy surrounds the school’s actions


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  40. Yoda says:

    Official portrait this is

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  41. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Here is my favorite.

    Would you let Farm Boy know that I have draft in there titled “Wendy Davis”? I don’t know if he saw my earlier comment.


  42. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Obama poor bear he would make.
    Prominent ears on side of head he does have.

    Student at Northern Arizona dock his professor he should.
    Teach poor English there they do.

    Jessica Valenti right she is.
    The most direct way take home men and women equal make pay, women 23% more base they should.
    Big drawback. Not very equal that would be.
    Jessica silly she is.

    Spurious, unfounded, anonymous allegations against cheerleaders more will come.


  43. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Good looking Melania is.
    Not used to that in First Lady I am.

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  44. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Karen Straughan wrote a response to that in her blog. I had forgotten she had a blog. This so going to backfire on feminists. People don’t like censorship and after they see it, they will wonder what all the fuss was about.

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  45. Yoda says:

    The Force hints that the Bear’s post already scheduled it is

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  46. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Rollo made the announcement. The Privateman has passed.

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  47. Spawny Get says:

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  48. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Maybe the anti-Brexiteers could all vacation in Washington DC. Lots of museums to visit there are. Same social isolation from reality there is.
    Yodish I have.

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  49. SFC Ton says:

    You have to be an extra level of dumb to not understand why young people don’t marry these days. Like attended college on student loans kind of dumb


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  50. Yoda says:

    A new post there is


  51. Stephanie says:

    So sad about the Private Man. 😥 he was always so funny and had realistic content. Ugh! Cancer sucks

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