Alright wtf are these zoomer talking about

Alright wtf are these zoomer talking about

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    There's a tiktok video of insane man hater city dweller women who say they'd rather be alone on a trail with a bear than a man. They think a bear would be easier to deal with and morons took it hard. It just showed the women knew nothing about bears because one thought the bear was more easy to deal with and would leave you alone.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      its logical af.
      a bear you know will either run of scared or start to eat you. bears being one of the few predators that will eat a living pray no fricks given about killing it first.
      another predator that can do this is humans... and none of your normal thinking will matter if you face one of these. you cant scare them off, you cant befriend them, if they want to eat you they will do so and no one will hear you scream.
      so yes, from a male hiking perspective, bears are less dangerous than humans.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        it's not a question of who's easier to fend off, from what I understand the hypothetical scenario is about a chance encounter in the woods, and in such a situation a bear has a MUCH higher probability of being aggressive towards you than some random man

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Women don't understand statistics. Don't bother arguing with them. You could say "pancreatic cancer has a much higher mortality rate than breast cancer" show them a bunch of clinical studies, and the majority would still say something stupid like "buh-buh- breast cancer kills waaaay more women than pancreatic cancer. I'd rather have pancreatic cancer if I had to choose."
          Literally too stupid to understand

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            It's not a logic thing. Men take the question too literally and begin asking qualifiers like "wHaT kInD oF bEAR??!". THAT. IS. NOT. THE. POINT. The point is that a majority of women FEEL like a man is more dangerous. We should be having a discussion as to why and not arguing statistics and logic.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >men approach the question logically and that's BAD
              >if they think about it at all instead of immediately feeling like shit for having chromosomes I don't like then that's BAD
              >the point is for them to understand that they are BAD people and they need to FIX IT even though I will provide NO suggestions on how they do that or render assistance to improve society in ANY way

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >We should be having a discussion as to why
              but I don't care about why women are too moronic to answer the question properly, we might as well start discussing about zodiac signs. Trying to understand women's logic is a fool's errand, all you need is to know how they work on a surface level and accept it

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >why dont men want to discuss my feelings???
              >no i dont mean my opinion based on anything
              >no i dont mean my feelings in response to something measurable, tangible or realistic
              >i mean my feelings completely detached from everything else
              Nice bait. I know some people who are like this.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >women feel something
              >we should have a discussion as to why
              Usually it's because another woman told them to feel it

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >The point is that a majority of women FEEL like
              and there is the problem. giving a frick what a woman FEELS

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Only comment in this thread that gets it.

              You have to ask yourself, who spread this scaremongering about men to get us to this point?

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I don't believe that women are actually afraid of men to the point that they would pick a bear. I believe they are lying.
                They are nearly all deeply frustrated with men and want to take it out on them in any way they can.
                >see! I'd rather be alone with a bear than with any of you!
                And then when we explain how moronic that is, they have to jump to rape to try and defend their position.
                Notice how it's never murder, robbery or disfigurement. It's always rape. They can't stop thinking about rape.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Whenever you think women are silly for being scared of random men, go on

            [...]

            rekt threads and look at how many men will randomly cleave a guy's head open with an axe just because he felt like it

            You're thinking about the question and not about why they are asking it in the first place, low emotional intelligence,

            >men approach the question logically and that's BAD
            >if they think about it at all instead of immediately feeling like shit for having chromosomes I don't like then that's BAD
            >the point is for them to understand that they are BAD people and they need to FIX IT even though I will provide NO suggestions on how they do that or render assistance to improve society in ANY way

            your reaction exemplifies this condition.

            It's not a logic thing. Men take the question too literally and begin asking qualifiers like "wHaT kInD oF bEAR??!". THAT. IS. NOT. THE. POINT. The point is that a majority of women FEEL like a man is more dangerous. We should be having a discussion as to why and not arguing statistics and logic.

            pearls before swine, these guys just want to hate women and feel validated so they come whre they know other men hate women and will back them up.

            >women feel something
            >we should have a discussion as to why
            Usually it's because another woman told them to feel it

            its not because men rape women, that would be too obvious

            https://i.imgur.com/yn7Ul93.jpeg

            Women have finally figured out what annoys men most.
            >It's not talking about astrology
            >It's not rattling on about rape as if actual rapist will hear and listen
            >it's not demanding the police be defunded and then wheeping when some criminal loon cracks them accross the face
            >It's not playing the hoe through their 20s and screeching when no pathetic loser marries them in their 30s.
            >It's not obsessing over the sub-25 year old that Leonardo de caprigay is dating, while simultaneously championing 18 year olds who start an onlyfans
            It's saying something so blatantly absurd that men feel compelled to correct them, and adhering to it anyway
            They know they wouldn't actually pick a bear. They just know it this is the one kind of thing that will get under our skin. Some of the more stupid women might think that we are somehow jealous of the bear, or that we'll all have an epiphany and start accepting and loving their bad behavior.
            The the more astute women know that they are just being deliberately absurd. And are getting some kind of satisfaction from aggravating us.
            The solution is simple. Stop caring. Stop engaging with them on the topic.
            I want to emphasize that very few of them are actually naive enough to think they are better off with the bear.
            They just know that we are grounded in reality. And there is nothing more primordially real than the threat of bears.
            That being said. I'll meme the shit out of the next chick who gets mauled by a bear.

            >They know they wouldn't actually pick a bear
            but you dont know why, you think it's about your reaction, it's about your ability to understand why women ask seemingly illogical questions "would you love me if i was a worm?"
            >I want to emphasize that very few of them are actually naive enough to think they are better off with the bear.
            I feel bad because you have the tools and you still find yourself at the bottom of the mountain
            >>I want to emphasize
            then ask them why they would ask such a dumb question? because you could change out bear for anything else and the question's purpose would remain, women are more scared of men than they are of bears because they see men and interact with men daily, depending on where you live anywhere from 50 to 70% of women will have been sexually abused in some way major or minor at least once in their lives, if you live as a woman in a city it is more logical to be afraid of strange men than bears, this is also true for men, just not including rape.
            >I want to emphasize
            >I'll meme the shit out of the next chick
            >picrel

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Lol. gay. This is why you should've never gotten the right to vote.

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              You moron. You mixed up emphasize with empathize
              You talk like a gay and your shits all fricked up.

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >it's about your ability to understand why women ask seemingly illogical questions
              Spoiler: when women (or men, frankly) ask really insane questions it's because they're neurotic and are either sinking deeper into neuroticism or trying to counteract it. Sometimes it's not about you, it's about her, and more specifically about her being totally fricking nuts.

              Do NOT bring anyone who does this, male or female, PrepHole with you.

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              > women are more scared of men than they are of bears because they see men and interact with men daily, depending on where you live anywhere from 50 to 70% of women will have been sexually abused in some way major or minor at least once in their lives
              You have to be extraordinarily stupid to believe this. The reason women in the west are seemingly afraid of men is purely media brainwashing. Nothing more. I recall a PEW survey from a few years ago showing that women in the west were significantly more afraid to go walking alone at night than women in third world places like Africa and South America. That tells you something about the state of our culture; not the state of our men, who are by any metric the most pussified and least aggressive/dangerous in history (unless you're walking through a hood, in which case, asking for it)

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          say BOOH at a bear and it will run of, say the same to a man and he might give you his entire lecture of how he is less of a treath than a bear.
          then he saws your head off, just because.
          im not gonna post it but google norwegian hikers decapitated in morocco.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Yes, ISIS terror cells are a very common occurrence on hiking trails

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Women have finally figured out what annoys men most.
      >It's not talking about astrology
      >It's not rattling on about rape as if actual rapist will hear and listen
      >it's not demanding the police be defunded and then wheeping when some criminal loon cracks them accross the face
      >It's not playing the hoe through their 20s and screeching when no pathetic loser marries them in their 30s.
      >It's not obsessing over the sub-25 year old that Leonardo de caprigay is dating, while simultaneously championing 18 year olds who start an onlyfans
      It's saying something so blatantly absurd that men feel compelled to correct them, and adhering to it anyway
      They know they wouldn't actually pick a bear. They just know it this is the one kind of thing that will get under our skin. Some of the more stupid women might think that we are somehow jealous of the bear, or that we'll all have an epiphany and start accepting and loving their bad behavior.
      The the more astute women know that they are just being deliberately absurd. And are getting some kind of satisfaction from aggravating us.
      The solution is simple. Stop caring. Stop engaging with them on the topic.
      I want to emphasize that very few of them are actually naive enough to think they are better off with the bear.
      They just know that we are grounded in reality. And there is nothing more primordially real than the threat of bears.
      That being said. I'll meme the shit out of the next chick who gets mauled by a bear.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I like the sentiment, but at least half of all women think nature is a Winnie-the-pooh book, especially the urbanites. Of course they'd pick the bear.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        An elderly scottish tourist was mauled by a bear just last week in my country, she rolled down the window to her car to take a picture and wanted to give it food even if her friend wisely told her not to.
        When the paramedics asked her why the frick she would do that, she said she thought maybe the bear wanted to be friends
        https://observatornews.ro/eveniment/turista-din-scotia-muscata-de-urs-a-facut-poza-chiar-inainte-de-atac-mam-gandit-ca-vrea-sa-fim-prieteni-573271.html

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Does your country use girlfriend in the traditional sense? Or was she a lesbian

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            prietena can mean either, in this case it just means friend that is female

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          finally a woman with some sense.

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    That homosexual is too full of himself and way too sensitive. I'm a woman. Guess what? Old frick gen x b***hes and men and women of my own millennial generation glare at me. Both generations just hate human contact.

    I love zoomers, gen alpha, and boomers on my local hiking trail. They actually smile, say hi first sometimes, and look happy to see another human. Frick I feel especially sorry for gen alpha. They had their social skills fricked by covid. But you can tell they are majority sweet and want human contact and are just awkward.

    Gen x and millennials will openly glare, frown, or look annoyed you dared walk past them and look even more upset and say hi since it forces them to say hi back to you.

    I've been going down the same hiking trail for years and I have no sympathy for most friendless millennials. Any millennial who is friendless or a millennial woman can't find a man, can blame themselves. They are socially moronic frickwads who hate contact with other humans. The few women I managed to befriend in my generation freaked out if you even knocked on their front door. They said friends called from outside your house. A knock could be a murderer. Too many need to touch grass, get off social media, and get the frick away from murder documentaries.

    T. Someone with diagnosed Phobia of people who still manages to engage in small talk and try to overcome it.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      shut the frick up b***h

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      cool story, bro

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I'll give them feminist one thing, they got this man/bear thing right.
      No bear is ever going to break into your Houston apartment and drag you outside to hang you off a light post.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >They are socially moronic frickwads
      Guilty as charged.
      >who hate contact with other humans.
      Wrong. I keep going out on group things, meeting new people constantly and having a blast. But nobody ever seems to want to contact me afterwards. I lost contact with my college friends after everyone moved around the country and when I broke up with my ex that put the final nail in the coffin of our mutual friend group. I lost contact with my childhood friends during covid/after they got kids. I contacted visited them a couple of times but I gave up after realizing the only times we saw eachother was if I invited myself.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I can relate. I'm the friend who invites everyone and organizes everything. I thought for years that it was because everyone was doing things without me and I was only invited if I invited myself, but it turns out that was wrong, none of my friends were doing anything unless I invited them. The closest to social activity that they undertook without me was playing online multiplayer video games.

        It's not a you problem, it's a them problem.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >I'm a woman
      I just don't believe you. If I'm wrong I hope you understand

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      He's probably right about his experience. I got called into the principals office multiple times in highschool for "intimidating" students that I'd never interacted with because I "looked scary". I was only 6'1 at the time and had a good reputation. If he's any taller and looks like a criminal then brain rotted urbanoids that think every other man is a rapist or murderer probably find him intimidating.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It depends on where you go. Generally the closer to a shithole city you are, the less friendly people are. It's the fluoride in the water or something. When someone is rude or weird to me on the trail I don't take it personally. They're just letting you know they're an butthole. What does that have to do with me?

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Next time I see a bear biting a woman I'll leave her alone then and frick off. Since I'm so scary.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It’s insane, the delusions of a woman, especially a city dweller. I have seen bears on trails and my heart stops and I enter my fight or flight mode. The one time a black bear was 3 feet from me while I was in the lanai was extremely stressful. Even with 70 mph wind proof screening separating us, the second it called my bluff and charged I froze in fear.
      >Inb4 youre a pussy comments
      Any wild animal no matter how small should put you into a fight or flight mode, they are unpredictable and go for the eyes, nose, and jugular.
      The difference between fighting a wild OJ Simpson or a Jeffrey Dahmer is that your biting WILL pierce their hide, your kicks and screams WILL hurt and induce panic in them. If you get attacked by a bear you should honestly just pray

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >The one time a black bear was 3 feet from me while I was in the lanai was extremely stressful. Even with 70 mph wind proof screening separating us, the second it called my bluff and charged I froze in fear.
        Pussy.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        There are no bears in Hawaii you absolutely fricking inbred moron.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Theres bears in Florida

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Heh, they prefer Miami twinks. You're probably ok.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I don't get phased by bears anymore. I remember as a child I even had a rush of adrenaline when I stumbled into boars or moose in the bushes. You just have to learn how to deal with animals.
        tbh the OP woman is right but for the wrong reason. Men are more dangerous because you'll never learn how to deal with an untamed grumpy white man.

        >Any wild animal no matter how small should put you into a fight or flight mode, they are unpredictable and go for the eyes, nose, and jugular.
        You probably can't even fall asleep without a triple walled tent.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Next time I see a bear biting a woman
      When the frick was the first time?

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I just looked up the fatal bear attacks list. Women are ridiculously over represented if you consider the overwhelming majority of bear country visitors are male.
        Just for black bears in the 2020s women make up half the victims

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Eh. Women actually tend to hike quite a bit. 40% of successful AT through hikers are women. That goes down to like 30% for CDT hikers though. Notably. A full quarter of CDT hikers see a grizzly and a third see a black bear.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I still stand by the overwhelming majority of bear country visitors are male.
            And a lot of the male attacks seem to be related to hunting or the bear feeling the need to defend itself.
            Like when an elk hunter is up to his elbows in elk guts and a grizzly springs out of nowhere to attack him andclaim his kill.
            From what I'm reading, women are more often victims of predatory bear attacks.
            unsurprisingly, predatory bear attacks seem to be more fatal.

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Technically yes. But in a sample size of 6. To have a 50/50 distribution of genders in a 60/40 distributed active population, that's comfortably within your bell curve.

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Yeah, some zoomers are anxious and a lot of them have this 'main character syndrome'. They're not old enough yet to realize nobody cares about them, perhaps. Most of them are normal, though.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It's from childhood bullying, I recently beat my agoraphobia. But how do you get rid of this mentality, especially at work

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    For those who aren’t terminally online like me (please help), the man/bear question is the latest social media buzz. Women are asked if they would rather happen upon a bear or a man while walking through the woods alone. Nearly all of them say they’d rather a bear.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Thanks anon

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Wtf even is this question? There are both bears and dudes in most forests, why bother with this stupid hypothetical

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >why bother
      To make men feel bad for being men. That's it. That's the only purpose of the question.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Why do you b***h and whine like a child?

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >stating facts is b***hing and whining
          Did you respond to the wrong post or are you just moronic

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Read your post again and explain the purpose the the 2nd and 3rd sentence.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              To emphasize the point of the first sentence. I can see how that overcomplicates it; next time I'll stick to three monosyllabic words per sentence to make it easier on you.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Wtf even is this question? There are both bears and dudes in most forests, why bother with this stupid hypothetical

        https://i.imgur.com/bAsGTTX.jpeg

        Alright wtf are these zoomer talking about

        There's a tiktok video of insane man hater city dweller women who say they'd rather be alone on a trail with a bear than a man. They think a bear would be easier to deal with and morons took it hard. It just showed the women knew nothing about bears because one thought the bear was more easy to deal with and would leave you alone.

        >would you rather find yourself alone with a bear or a man in the woods?

        logically, the answer is a man, even with weapons you are not guaranteed to win a fight with a bear, even a young bear can kill you without much effort, and anything less than rifle caliber will not kill a bear. But that is not what the question is.

        The question is about making men ask themselves earnestly why a woman would rather be with a bear? consider also that the women making this hypo aren't genuinely saying they would rather 1v1 a bear, "bear" could be subsituted with anything else that might kill them.

        Man vs Bear = A bear might kill you, might now, it's a toss up, but you know when you see a bear that you are in danger, a man is more scary to any woman who has never seen a bear up close, but not just because they "could hurt" you, but because if they *decide* to hurt you, a man will not just hurt you, a man could rape you and then come up with insane ways of getting away with it, dissolving your body or digging you under animal carcasses or throwing your body in the sea, because this shows what men are capable of doing to women willingly and not just because they have a feeding instinct, but because they are capable of executing evil plans for mortal pleasures like sex and the only thing that stops them is other people finding out.
        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
        pay attention to the last line of this paragraph because that's the important part of the question, if you were ALONE with a man, you might find out what he is willing to do to YOU because he can get away with it.

        I think it's a dumb question and most people talking about it are internet morons and attention prostitutes, but I can sympathize with women's sentiment when posting this question because i have more than 3 braincells that allow me to understand the emotional reasoning behind it. If you can't you are dumb, if you can but unwilling, you're just a dick.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          A bear can definitely rape you too. It will also eat you while you're still alive.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            But ANON! NOBODY WILL QUESTION HER IF A BEAR RAPES HER AND EATS HER ALIVE!!!

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >why a woman would rather be with a bear
          Because they are incapable of thinking logically and instead push responsbility for their own terrible decision-making on men who they will treat like shit regardless of circumstances

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I am also large and smile and never get anything but smiles back. OP's image is a freak.

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Qrd

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Wtf even is this question? There are both bears and dudes in most forests, why bother with this stupid hypothetical

      See:

      For those who aren’t terminally online like me (please help), the man/bear question is the latest social media buzz. Women are asked if they would rather happen upon a bear or a man while walking through the woods alone. Nearly all of them say they’d rather a bear.

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Found the post

    https://www.reddit.com/r/self/comments/1choghc/manbear_finally_validated_my_experiences_as_a_man/?sort=new

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    "If you're scared, stay home"

    That's what people said during covid. The same applies in the wilderness.

    Scared of running into a bear? Stay the frick home.
    Scared of running into a man? Stay the frick home.

    Nobody owes you the perception of safety in wild spaces. If that's an unacceptable risk for you, then stay in civilization or get some sort of protection (gun, spray, dog, man, whatever).

    Nature isn't going to be sanitized to cater to your precious feelsies.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Steady on. Important here we draw a clear line between safety and "the perception of safety". The gov. absolutely owes you safety (within reason- so safety from robbery or murder, but not from e.g. a twisted ankle or wild animals). Do you agree?

      [...]

      not true. The source says that your chances of being injured by a bear overall (while hiking) are one in 2.1 million, and therefore lower than the risk of being endangered by a person. However we encounter far more people than bears. *in an encounter*, your risk of being harmed by a bear is much higher.

      No. Its because the area is frequented by city dwellers.
      If you live in rural areas you won't have problems even as a gremlin because everyone treats everyone else with the same indifference or cheerfulness depending on mood.
      Its only transplants, middle class people, city morons etc.. that get stuck up with culture and develop abnormal expectations.

      this is it. as soon as you begin encountering normal outdoorsy people rather than self conscious daytrippers (and also a lot fewer people in general) the experience gets a lot better. now that the weather is getting better I'm going further and further from the city for this reason. as a rule if you're encountering lots of women you're too close to civilisation

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >The gov. absolutely owes you safety (within reason- so safety from robbery or murder, but not from e.g. a twisted ankle or wild animals). Do you agree?
        NTA, but in a perfect world I would agree with you, In reality I'd rather the government stayed the frick out of that and let me handle it, because currently they aren't preventing me from being robbed or murdered. They're only preventing me from protecting myself from such an outcome, in California anyway, your mileage may vary in a not shit state.

  11. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    What a gay.
    I take walks at night just to make people cross the road when they meet me

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It’s weird I’m 32 and I walk around my neighborhood and whenever I turn the corner I notice the kids playing basketball get their stuff and go inside I’m lowkey offended

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I go on my daily runs at night and enjoy sprinting at other people on the sidewalk to scare them (I won't get shot since I don't live near Black folk).

  12. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >bothering strangers in nature gets him glared at
    >stopped hiking four years ago
    >got fat
    >"this completely unrelated women moment completely validates my experience of being a lardass and not going outside anymore"
    This guy ain't right. If people don't respond to your "Hello!", they just don't want to be bothered. No need to weave a whole theory around it. I'm one of those frickers. I'm in nature for the sake of nature, not social interaction.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Also based, on crowded trails I'll have earbuds in sometimes just to signal to oncomers that I'm not interested in interaction. You don't bump into me, I don't bump into you.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Also based, on crowded trails I'll have earbuds in sometimes just to signal to oncomers that I'm not interested in interaction. You don't bump into me, I don't bump into you.

      Saying hi to people and asking how they're going isn't some useless social ritual. The intent is to make sure the people you meet in a remote area are okay and give them an opportunity to talk about track conditions, problems, if they need help, etc.

      We've had strangers tell that the hut we were heading to had no water in the tank, for example. That meant we filled up on water from a creek a kilometre before it, which saved us a lot of fricking around after dark. Even just small things like "we've seen three snakes just this morning, keep an eye out" are useful.

      If you're on a track that's not crowded and you refuse to talk to strangers then you're deliberately ignoring an important source of information just because you're an autist.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >if you don't strike up a conversation with everyone you might be missing out on useful information and means you have autism
        Shut the frick up, cretin. I don't need your ilk to babysit me outdoors.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          socially stunted manchild rebels against his nature

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Did you get someone you met on the trail to write that post for you, or were you at least able to do that yourself like a big boy?

  13. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    it's always the redditors who claim to be "big, burly, tattooed and with a thick beard" who say the most gay shit

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      that's because the tattoos and beard are a projection of masculinity they lean into cause they have none. And "big, burly" is just redditspeak for fat

  14. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    what the frick is he even talking about?

  15. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Zoomers really making up problems for themselves in their head.
    >Sometimes people won't acknowledge me saying hi
    Sometimes people are just too tired, sleepy, or are new to hiking culture greetings.

  16. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    no one else is responsible for your """mental health""" unless they are keeping you in a cage and beating you with sticks

  17. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >If I smile & say 'hi there' as I pass, they'll usually keep glaring and not acknowledge my words at all.

  18. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Mind broken lower life form.
    I'm a smelly hobo at the moment. Unkempt hair, scraggly beard, dirty skin/clothes, the works. My only savings grace is that the smell of campfire smoke masks the smell of sweat. Whenever I get into town on my hikes, I can strike up a friendly conversation with just about anyone I feel like. It's not even just me talking to them. Hell, usually I just say a few sentences and they spill their life story to me.
    The reason the dude in OPs image is despised is not because he's a man, but rather because he carries himself like a gremlin. No confidence, visibly fake cheerfulness, and bad posture. He probably stutters and looks down when he greets people.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      No. Its because the area is frequented by city dwellers.
      If you live in rural areas you won't have problems even as a gremlin because everyone treats everyone else with the same indifference or cheerfulness depending on mood.
      Its only transplants, middle class people, city morons etc.. that get stuck up with culture and develop abnormal expectations.

  19. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I looked up the man vs bear thing and it just shows the obvious. Most people are stupid and don't have any concept of wildlife.

    Reminds me of those videos where moronic people on vacation see wild animals and think they're put there for them to enjoy

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      one of my favourites:

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I hope the guy got stomped on a few times. Frick like, it's obvious that pain is the only way he'll learn.

  20. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Post has been edited to add context to the man/bear question.

  21. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I have no idea. I frequently walk by myself on trails and always smile and say hello to everybody I pass. Usually people say hi back, sometimes they just ignore me. But I haven't noticed any women glare at me. One time I even had two women approach me while I was taking a water break to help them leave because they were a bit turned around.
    Maybe try being friendly and if occasionally you run into a b***h don't let her ruin your day.

  22. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >Statistically your odds of being injured in a bear in an encounter is like 1 in 2 million, which is a lot less than your odds of being injured by a person, let alone specifically a man.
    Statistics don't apply to this hypothetical.
    The hypothetical is set up like this:
    Would you rather
    >encounter a random bear
    Or
    >encounter a random man
    In the woods.
    The question isn't
    >are you more likely to be harmed by a bear or a man while sitting in your apartment in an urban setting?
    If you encounter any given man on the trail there is a chance he may be malevolent and harm you.
    If you encounter any given bear on the trail there is a 100% chance the bear will be a bear.
    Whether the bear does harm you is contingent on a number of conditions.
    If it's a sow with cubs. You're in for a bad time.
    Is it August or September in a drought year? You'll get eaten.
    Is it a well fed single black bear? You'll probably be fine. But it could have a mean streak.
    Is it a sloth bear? You'll probably die or get horribly maimed. But sloth bears are from india. Which is the rape capital of the world. So that might be better than an Indian man on the trail. If you prefer death to rape.
    Applying statistics to the question is a fools errand.
    A snowboarder living in Colorado has no chance of being attacked by a shark.
    A surfer in southern California has a significantly higher chance of being attacked by a shark.
    Same thing with bees.
    It only takes one bee to kill someone who is allergic to bees.
    There are trillions of bees and tens of thousands of people allergic to them. And bees are everywhere.
    Bears are in a limited number of areas and are few in number.
    But in order to engage with the hypothetical properly, you have to imagine encountering any random man and any random bear.
    Yes you could get a fat and happy male black bear. And you could get a serial killer for a man.
    Or you could get the inverse.

  23. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    fricking women on the trail calling the police on you for starting fires, smoking, standing by the bridge, shooting. especially the fat ones

  24. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >tfw I train a bear to rape women
    Your move internet

  25. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    This whole time Ive been wondering if all these statistics getting thrown around in this drama account for how often you interact with bears and human men. How many occasions in a set time period does one woman come across a bear, and what percentage of those encounters become dangerous? How about women encountering men? How would those two figures compare?
    Obviously, far fewer women are killed/injured/threatened by bears than by men. However, bears are also far less numerous, far more remote, and do not live alongside us. Tons of things are more dangerous than bears. Men, dogs, housecats, bees, certain medications, driving, thunderstorms, food allergies, etc. Do they plan to live in fear of all those things too? Or just relish in feelings of misandry they choose to believe are justified?

  26. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Does anybody have stats on stranger trail rape?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      About one sexual assault every 3 years on the AT. Which is ridiculously low considering the numbers of people involved. Turns out white people in the woods aren't very rapey.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Source? I'm not doubting you but that seems a tad low.
        Then again. I don't even wanna frick a willing girl after a 12 mile hike.
        So I probably wouldn't have it in me to wrangle a chick for rape.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Does anybody have stats on stranger trail rape?

        I feel it's worth mentioning that those aren't the kind of statistics women are thinking of when the whole man v. bear thing kicked off. They're almost certainly thinking of the 1/3 women having been sexually assaulted stats, or other ones detailing the prevalence of domestic violence towards women

        Funny enough, women don't realize that they're also more dangerous than bears by the same notion.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >They're almost certainly thinking of the 1/3 women having been sexually assaulted
          That bogus stat was vanquished back in 2014. Bedroom feminist era.
          I remember constantly talking about campus rape culture, mattress girl, and how video games were to blame; with a ton of chicks who never took a stats class

  27. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Women seem really receptive and horny when I pass them on trail. Like they're really really happy to see me. Same in huts. Of course I am an autismo and I just want to put my trekking pole where they're standing.

  28. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I think this is just an evolution of that Leaf book about fricking a bear

  29. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    One time I was quail hunting with a friend not too far from zion np , actually in and around a ghost town. In an area that is popular with equestrians.
    As we were about to strike out again after an early lunch, to ladies road up to us to tell us we couldn't hunt there. We informed them that this was BLM land and that we could indeed hunt here. One chuffed and said
    >well don't shoot our horses.
    This was such an absurd thing to say that we just looked at them in polite confusion.
    The other one then said something to the effect of
    >We're not going to be intimidated by you
    I precived at this point that these ladies must have been in league with the quail and were trying to distract us. So I told my buddy we needed to get away.
    We had a successful hunt and achieved our bag limits.
    As we drove out to the freeway we saw a sherriff deputy bumping down the road to the ghost town. In all my years I've never seen any law enforcement that way, so I think they called dispatch to say we were behaving aggressively towards them.
    Come to think of it. Although I actually really enjoy the company of women in civilization; I've never had a positive experience with a woman whom I did not already know while PrepHole. It's always been trouble and contention.
    I'd pick a bear providing I'm armed. Which I always am.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I like horses but the wank from bleeding hearts over the feral populations is a bit ridiculous

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Oh. These weren't feral horses, just feral horse girls. These ladies were sitting on horses and thought their horses, with saddle and mount were in danger of being mistaken for quail.

  30. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >older women glare at me
    >"What at you staring at you old c**t"
    There I fixed it you low T homosexual

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