Rude Beautiful Women Blanking Men

debeguiled

Peacock
Gold Member
If you haven't seen this already, it's fascinating:

The producers of the video tried to defend themselves from accusations of racism by claiming that there were white men in the video also "catcalling". If you look carefully, you'll hear white men (gently) say "nice" or "good day". Yep. Totally equivalent!


Remember that is edited down from 8 hours, and even then, there is only one or two genuinely creepy guys, and evidently, they had to redefine catcalling to include all forms of direct address no matter how innocuous.

Should be titled, "Men in New York Sure Know How to Behave Themselves."

A serious own goal for feminists.
 

bucky

Ostrich
Remember that is edited down from 8 hours, and even then, there is only one or two genuinely creepy guys, and evidently, they had to redefine catcalling to include all forms of direct address no matter how innocuous.

Should be titled, "Men in New York Sure Know How to Behave Themselves."

A serious own goal for feminists.

IIRC, they actually got in trouble for this video with other SJWs because all of the "cat calls" came from black and Latino guys. Then they claimed that footage of white men behaving badly "got lost" somehow.
 

RoadKill

Sparrow
I haven't read all the replies, but it all has to do with you (or the individual being "blanked"). I've seen my 10 year old son get blanked on the playground or in the neighborhood. I've been blanked plenty of times. My wife gets blanked and she loses her mind.

The first thing to do is to accept that I/you/we, are not the center of anyone's universe but our own. We are not entitled to be acknowledged to the level of our desires and they are not entitled to be treated kindly by me. If someone doesn't know me, and ignores me, I accept it as it is. We never know what's going on inside someone's head. Maybe they got screwed over that day. Maybe their mom is terminally ill. Maybe they are terminally ill and need time to absorb. Maybe they have resting bitch face. Maybe they just don't like me.

When I see my son going, "HEY GUYS!....GUYS.........GUYS........GUYS......" in a group of kids and nobody is acknowledging him, I literally pull him aside and tell him to have some self-respect. Never beg for someone's attention. It makes you look desperate. I taught him to just move on to a different set of friends or go do something else. I teach him that the world is cruel and that people may just not be as happy as him. I assure him that he has lots of friends and some just aren't a good fit.

I am generally nice, smile and generally greet someone with 'Hi, how are you today?" But these are people I have to do business with (waiter/waitress/teller/receptionist, etc...). Normally it helps people drop their guard and they respond in a relaxed manner. I rarely get blanked, if ever, but if they want to ignore me, I could care less.

As for strangers, minding their own business, I may look for an opening or leave them alone. I know they may or may not be receptive. If they are cold, I let it be and move on. They mean nothing to me and I shouldn't take it personally. They don't know me and have no vested interest in letting me in. Move on to the next person. There's only 7.8 billion others to choose from.

RK
 
If I’ve ever experienced this, I don’t remember it. I do have the gift of a mind that selectively deletes unhelpful information, but I’m pretty sure being “blanked” would have registered as enough of an event for me to remember. I’d guess it’s mostly about the way you’re approaching the women, as even in my man-thot days I never even got “harsh rejections.” The “rejections” were almost always polite, “you made my day but I really do have a boyfriend” kind of comments. As a general rule, women reflect what men put out there - though most women today are certainly less socially-adept than they were a decade ago.
 
I don't think looks have anything to do with it. Assuming you are in the US, a large percentage of the women have become socially retarded to the point of being feral. And for some reason they seem to love to go into customer service jobs.

The smartest thing to do in western countries these days is to avoid going anywhere where they hire these women. You're one bad interaction away from being slandered / falsely accused / having your food messed with if she's the rabid feminazi type.

Also lots of angry passive aggressive guys working as supermarket cashiers and the like.

Best to stick to delivery. Always friendly guys in my experience. Women don't like to lift or go to strangers homes, so I never had to deal with women when getting groceries delivered.
 
Best to stick to delivery. Women don't like to lift or go to strangers homes, so I never had to deal with women when getting groceries delivered.
It would take a bit more nerve to drive up to someone's house and then blank them!

But seriously, I'm not going to become a hermit because some cashier woman doesn't say hello back to me. All I've got to do is not not say hello int the first place if I suspect she's cold!
 

Bigblabla

Pigeon
I experienced blanking but I wasn't trying to hit on the girl. I was trying to get information on which line to stand in for the train I had a ticket for. I said "Hey is this 123 train" and the girl totally ignores me. "Hey is this 123 train" and she looks off into space. "Hey I'm talking to you and I need to know if this is the train to such and such 123" and then she says "Yes I dunno, this is the line," and she stroked her hair and looked really nervous. Oh well. I didn't want to flirt I just wanted to know what line I was in.
 

JohnQThomas

Woodpecker
I experienced blanking but I wasn't trying to hit on the girl. I was trying to get information on which line to stand in for the train I had a ticket for. I said "Hey is this 123 train" and the girl totally ignores me. "Hey is this 123 train" and she looks off into space. "Hey I'm talking to you and I need to know if this is the train to such and such 123" and then she says "Yes I dunno, this is the line," and she stroked her hair and looked really nervous. Oh well. I didn't want to flirt I just wanted to know what line I was in.
“Hey is this 123 train"

“Hey is this 123 train"

"Hey I'm talking to you and I need to know if this is the train to such and such 123"

Not exactly the most courteous opening. What did you expect in return?
 
I am sorry @Laughing with Me With me but after reading some of your post history I am straight up starting to suspect that you are either just a troll or a woman from FDS posting on this site.

Take this post for example:

Don't go down that road. I knew what was coming when I read this!
I've tried to tell myself that! I mean, it would be easier to tell yourself that after someone just refused to acknowledge your presence. But I disagree. I can tell when someone is cold or stuck up, in comparison to someone being nervous, shy, or lacking social skills.

Then how come one rude girl I came across at the checkout once wasn't shy enough to ask me if I'd a loyalty card, but yet she was too shy to say hello back to me when I first arrived? Do you see what I mean?
I'm not talking about game here btw. Let me ask you this. If what you're saying is true for why some women blank men, then how come a rude cashier I remember from last year, was not shy enough to ask me if I'd a loyalty card, but yet she was too shy to say hello back to me when I first arrived? I won't elaborate on that with more examples, but you get my drift.

Don't get me wrong though, I would love to be able to tell myself that the reason this one bitch (that I dealt with before) refused to acknowledge my presence in the mornings, was because she was secretly weak for me at the knees the whole time! But come on man?? What your saying might be an explanation for kids under ten. But we're talking about grown adults here, who can't return an hello from a colleague coming in the door, or not able to greet someone who arrives at the check out. I'm just not buying it!

Yes, maybe sometimes girls might not say hi to me because they're shy, but I can tell the difference. If what you're saying is true, then it doesn't explain why it's the glamorous women that are more likely to blank someone? If what you're saying is true, then all young women (regardless of attractiveness) would have to be equally as likely to blank someone. However, if you're talking about social media having an effect young women's social skills and confidence, then that's a different thing entirely. But what you're basically saying to me, is that a woman with a resting bitch face is more likely to have poor social skills!!! Think about it!

You come off as awfully defensive over modern women's behaviour and my point about them lacking social skills. Now I know to some members this may seem like a biased thing for me to say given the fact that the post is a rebuttal attempt at an earlier post I made but you seemed to be suspiciously triggered about my point of Modern women lacking social skills. That was flag 1 for me.
 
Okay, well that's what I meant to say "I'm not talking about asking someone for the time of day". Here's the thing. Saying hello doesn't cost a person any time.
When I used to do pick up I didn't mind getting blanked. It's to be expected. But I think there should be a sort of truce in the work place.
I disagree. What you said implies that any man who reads a book or two on female psychology would, without fail, end up with a stream of pussy in and out of his bed. It's not that simple. Save that line for when you're giving a seminar on pick up some day. It will give your crowd a great temporary boost of confidence for the night ahead.

So you are using the term pick up. Which hardly anybody uses on here. We usually say "game" or "daygame". Also You essentially use the description of "pua" to insult another gold member poster and when it's clear to all members on here that we have moved on from that type of lifestyle. That's flag's 2 & 3 for me and sounds eerily like something you would read on an sjw feminist reddit page that has it in for Roosh. Also mainly SJW's and FDS types use "PUA" as an insult.

I have my suspicions on you. I implore that the mods launch an investigation.

Now I may be wrong and you might just have a posting style that is very different from most men on this forum. If so I do apologize. However if you don't want to be suspected of being a troll or an imposter in the future I suggest you quit being so condescending and posting in a manner that is similar to something you would read in a sjw infested reddit page.
 
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estraudi

Pelican
Gold Member
OP being a troll or redditor feminist infiltrating here has been on my radar since he was blatantly ignoring my kind of advice and pulling the woman tactic of " well yea but still" anytime you try to make a point with them.
Like they can't hear an opinion, determine if they can use it or discard it. They have to challenge you on it because why would they need to change their mind, they're incapable of it unless learned as a hard knock or lesson.
Going to disregard OP from now on.
 
The one time I agree with the Muslim :laughter: (though to be fair I haven't seen a lot of your posts) But I do think it went without saying to not give an "f". I wonder if it's an OP specific thing or is it something about Americans or some cultures where they insist on other people responding to their small talk.

(Regardless of OP trolling) I don't know where you're from originally (I'm not American) but one of the things that glues any society together is a set of norms of interaction and the expectation of reciprocity. Not to reciprocate behavior that's considered a social norm is the very definition of rudeness.
 
(Regardless of OP trolling) I don't know where you're from originally (I'm not American) but one of the things that glues any society together is a set of norms of interaction and the expectation of reciprocity. Not to reciprocate behavior that's considered a social norm is the very definition of rudeness.

I agree it is some level of rude, depending on culture, but not ridiculously so. I mean what if you didn't hear or were concentrating on something else, or are just on your way somewhere quickly?
 
I am sorry @Laughing with Me
You come off as awfully defensive over modern women's behaviour and my point about them lacking social skills.
It's just beside the point, and I felt compelled to explain the reasons why. Arguing about whether or not I'm defensive is also beside the point in my opinion. If you want to actually constructively argue back against something that I said, then by all means do. I should have specifically mentioned in the original post that I was not talking about dealing with shyness or nervousness.
 
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So you are using the term pick up. Which hardly anybody uses on here. We usually say "game" or "daygame"
Does it really matter what I bloody call it, as long as you know what I mean. There's no ambiguity to 'pick up' unless you think I'm talking about a pick-up truck. But there's a bit more ambiguity as to what 'game' might mean. Believe me, if I could read your mind I'd use whatever the popular lingo here is.
Also you essentially use the description of "pua" to insult another gold member poster and when it's clear to all members on here that we have moved on from that type of lifestyle.
That 'gold member' mentioned something about taking 1,000 rejections back in his day, and it made me think about how PUA coaches would advice on guys should 'open all' when clubbing, and I was making the point that I didn't mind being blanked when doing so under such circumstances. It seemed to me like it could have been a 'possible' reference to PUA, but I wasn't aware there's such a stigma to that here. And that member did not specify what he meant by "1,000 rejections".

And I wouldn't use PUA as an insult against someone. It would be kind of strange for me to mock someone for doing PUA while admitting in the same sentence that I myself did PUA! And the fact that he's a gold member doesn't mean anything to me. I have an equal amount of respect for all.
That's flag's 2 & 3 for me and sounds eerily like something you would read on an sjw feminist reddit page that has it in for Roosh. Also mainly SJW's and FDS types use "PUA" as an insult.
Who says I used it as an insult? So because I've admitted to doing PUA, that automatically mean I'm a reddit feminist?! And I was not even aware that Roosh has feminist haters on reddit until now. Is saying PUA like saying 'bomb' on this forum or something? I think not. Please stop reading into things.
 
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OP being a troll or redditor feminist infiltrating here has been on my radar since he was blatantly ignoring my kind of advice and pulling the woman tactic of "well yea but still" anytime you try to make a point with them.
If I were a feminist why would I post an essay giving out about women? I await an apology.

You guys need to get better at spotting these so called redditor feminists!!
and pulling the tactic of "well yea but still"
So that's a tactic exclusive to women now?! Who knew!
 
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Not to reciprocate behavior that's considered a social norm is the very definition of rudeness.

I'm going to be the white knight coming to OP's rescue. You're welcome, @Laughing with Me. :laughter:

I'm older, successful, with a family. We've noticed over the past decade that reciprocity, down to basic reciprocity like we're talking about here, is in short order. Normally I'd chalk it up to me having rubbed someone the wrong way or them being too busy or being too distracted, etc.

However, it's in almost every demographics and all interactions. Guys don't show up. People never respond back to softball texts but you see them later and they're glued to their phones. Families, YES FAMILIES interacting with other families of similar values, don't reciprocate often. People ghost their interviews. Professional underlings don't report for work and act like it's not a big deal.

My wife and I are introverts and value our independence so we don't exactly care if people do this. Since the pandemic though, it has gotten obscenely bad. I view it as the last erosion of trust in our society. People believe they deserve their piece of the pie, no matter what and they have no intention of doing anything to get it...not even responding.
 
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