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"Gday from Australia"

Postby metroman » Wed Jan 14, 2015 11:29 am

I am a long time lurker on this forum and sent my first post just recently. I have reasonated with so much of what is on the forum. Have only ever been to the orient once and am about to go for the second time soon. While I am not really chasing a wife, I like being in a culture where there is hardly any obesity and women have charm and style. I would probably identify as MTGTOW as I read a lot of material and it seems to describe my life and believe this forum is very much MTGTOW in a lot of ways. I look forward to be able to contribute to this forum finally and some of the new insights which come from existing members, I am grateful to be here and thank you for this opportunity.
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Re: "Gday from Australia"

Postby Banano » Wed Jan 14, 2015 11:58 am

Which part of Oz?

Yea i agree this movement is like a branch of mgtow
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Re: "Gday from Australia"

Postby MarcosZeitola » Wed Jan 14, 2015 12:02 pm

Banano wrote:Yea i agree this movement is like a branch of mgtow


It really isn't, and to say so is rather insulting. It's like saying monks are a branch of lovers. Apples and oranges.

Also, welcome to the forums Metroman!
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Re: "Gday from Australia"

Postby metroman » Wed Jan 14, 2015 12:24 pm

I am from the Sunshine Coast which is just north of Brisbane. MTGTOW is not really meant as a label as that is the last thing I would want to label anyone, and I know most people who probably fit this mold don't like to be squarepegged. One of my bestfriends recently married a Fillipino girl and I have notised that a very high percentage of men who marry later in life are hooking up with Asians. Along time ago I thought this was for losers but have come to believe it might be a good option if I was ever to marry. Have managed to meet a few Asian girls from cold approach, while nothing has come from it as in relationships, it has been preferable to approaching Aussie women and an option that is preferable to online dating or getting a mail order bride.
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Re: "Gday from Australia"

Postby jamesbond » Wed Jan 14, 2015 12:33 pm

Welcome metroman, glad you found our forum. There are quite a few guys here from Australia and they all say the same thing, the women in OZ suck big time! Feminism has run rampant in Australia, just like it has here in the US.
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Re: "Gday from Australia"

Postby metroman » Wed Jan 14, 2015 1:29 pm

Australia still has its fair share of beach babes, it also has a strong gym culture. Back in the 80s and early part of the 90s Australian women probably would have rivalled Russia, I can remember Surfers Paradise having that many attractive women it was more of a case of being able to spot the unattractive women. The most approachable women in universities are more often than not foreign students, backpacker culture did a lot to improve the talent pool as European women, while of the same stock as most Aussies are usually a vast improvement on Aussie women.
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Re: "Gday from Australia"

Postby MarkDY » Thu Jan 15, 2015 4:18 am

Hello Mate, I was on Australia in 2004. I have a nice time touring the east coast.
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Re: "Gday from Australia"

Postby Break the chains » Sun Jan 18, 2015 3:32 am

G'Day from Australia also.

I did find this forum about a year ago, and enjoy reading the thoughts of (most of) the people on here.

I currently live in Adelaide, in the state of South Australia. The economy here is slowing, the state government is in debt and running a deficit since blowing the mining resources boom, and spending on things such as a new $1.7B under-sized hospital, a $550M sports stadium redevelopment, and a $1.8B water desalination plant that never gets used.

Like the rest of Australia, feminism dominates the social order here, and 90%+ of young Australian women are whores you wouldn't touch with a 30-foot pole. The rest are so-so and probably taken.

Having a brain here is only great if you espouse women's rights, homosexuality, etc... basically if you hate whites and males then you are loved, especially by Australia's publicly-funded media organisation, the ABC, which is incredibly left-wing and produces a huge about of stories on women, women's rights, women in business, violence against women, women's sports, homosexuals, muslims (positive stories) and climate change. A large part of the Australian population sits on Twatter daily trying to find something to be offended about.

Food, beer and sport is good here, that's about it. Cost of living is through the roof, little old Adelaide has (had?) the highest electricity prices in the world, due to the ridiculous amount of wind farms and subsidies to power generated by solar roof panels.

So yeah, Australia is very much like America now. Expensive, toxic culture, just different sports and much of the population lives on the coast.

My dream is to become self-sufficient money-wise and retire early overseas.
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