Stay at Home Mom Shows Extreme Entitlement Towards Husbands Labor

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  1. Bjørn Friedrichsen says:

    Just a question? could’nt a guy just stop working and become jobless for 2-3 months and then do the divorce, the courts cant take what you dont earn, right?!?!

    1. Ergeniz says:

      If I recall correctly, the courts base child support and alimony on nonsense like “projected income”or even “previous or expected income”. Alimony goes even further with nonsense like “paying to keep her in the lifestyle she is accustomed to”.

      Marriage is literally a man putting himself into slavery for a woman. It is the stupidest thing a man can do.

    2. Jay Karknee says:

      Our horrible “family” courts will always impute income to a man. They simply assign a number based on your past earnings, trends and future potential. It’s then up to you to hit that number. If your business heads south then too bad for you. The IRS are teddy bears compared to family court. Imagine if you were taxed not on your actual earnings but on your best case potential!! Imagine spending the little you have left arguing in court what your potential is!!! Only an idiot would get married in this country.

  2. Bob says:

    Maybe this woman would be happier with a wealthy man, who doesn’t have to work. Or maybe not…

  3. “his dreams have come true of being able to be a man and provide for his family. He has everything he has ever wanted in life…”

    gahhh… this is so cringe-worthy.

  4. CS MGTOW says:

    Excellent article Bar. I can tell you from first hand experience what this man is going through a hellish experience, that no amount of household chores on her part can adequately compensate. When I was married I a would routinely work 16 hours a day, and my ex wife would literally demand that I help with the housework the moment I got back home, all I wanted to do was sleep, she would often call me at the office and complain for an hour about how little she saw of me, she refused to find work, even though this would have provided two incomes so we could then see more of each other, I tried to get her to get a job for about 4 years, after a while I gave up, it was futile, her only ‘job’ involved staying at home, watching sitcoms and shopping, this was before we had a child, my ex wife was a grown child, her only talent was shopping and ordering food at restaurants. On the weekends she would insist that we “do couples stuff” while I wanted to catch up on sleep. After a while I simply stopped going home, I just couldn’t bear it any longer, her demands and utter laziness.

    1. MGTOW MO says:

      My dad leaves home before sunrise and doesn’t get back until 8-9pm and my mum calls him while at work telling him to pick up this and that from the supermarket. Once home she tells him to wash the dishes and throw out the rubbish.

  5. TFCNU says:

    Notice how the nagging and berating come naturally, instinctual. It’s the respect for her husband’s labour, fuck, his humanity, that she needs to remind herself to have. Even then, her love for him is entirely centred on his sacrifice for her.

    1. tamerlame says:

      Social bullying is a natural female instinct.

      For some reason society conflates feminity with submissiveness, when females are in fact socially dominant.

  6. Dave says:

    And it doesn’t occur to her for a moment the the reason he works late is to avoid her.

    Other men deal with this type of wife by going to the pub after work.

    1. Jonna says:

      I encourage beer runs, no worries Dave. We are happy, just an article. :)

  7. yur says:

    I can see the point of the article. Barely. MGTOW are pretty much aware of this dynamic already. The husband here signed the contract and went through the whole marriage process, bells and whistles. If it was just some loose acquaintance he was involved with, he could just walk. Dropped like a bad habit.

  8. jacknife says:

    Its kind of like that old expression ” You can’t keep a woman satisfied”. I used to regret being single, feeling like I made a mistake, now I think I dodged a bullet.

  9. john Smith says:

    I checked out the source article and the picture of the wife is a very young 9/10. A woman that looks like that only marries a man with “His hands are rough. They have blisters and they’re cracked” if they were small town high school sweethearts where he was captain of the football team and she was head cheerleader and they married at 19 like everyone in town expected them to. It doesn’t look like either is college educated. He sounds like he works at a refinery or maybe a rough neck. In short, I don’t believe for one second that in this day and age a young woman with that degree of SMV would marry the guy described. It tells me the photo is faked and the entire article is a propaganda piece designed to keep men buying the Blue Pill lie. Also, it is impossible for a young woman with the looks shown in the photo to have that degree of introspection. IMO the article was written by a 45 year old tradcon mother worried about her daughter becoming a spinster because even the guy described is too smart to marry in the real world.

      1. Paco el Cruel says:

        Sure dude! she is a 9/10… I think she won miss Neanderthal Spring Pageant!

      2. Plasma Mongoose says:

        She doesn’t look any hotter than he does, high average maybe, 6/10.

  10. john Smith says:

    I searched for a Jonna Miller blog. One does exist but the photos on the blog look nothing like the photo in the source article. This entire piece is a tradcon propaganda plant. Just shows how fearful they are to stoop to this level of deception. MGTOW is going to go mainstream in near future and they know it and the thought terrifies everyone who isn’t a MGTOW. Crack a beer, my brothers, pull up a lounge chair and we will watch the collapse together. It is coming.

    1. Bob says:

      This Jonna Miller?

      The source is supposedly a blog named thebluntblonde.
      The blog of the older woman does not contain the article. (I only checked the recent entries).

  11. Vektor says:

    Slow death by work and a nagging, ungrateful shrew wife. Sounds a lot like the plight of the Japanese salaryman. Likely a core driver of the herbivore lifestyle.

  12. Steve says:

    Good grief, guys, can’t you find an actual link to the source? Here’s the website:
    (Not that I want to drive any traffic to her…)

    Anyway, you can argue about her looks, as if that is relevant to the discussion, but the amusing part is the veneer of entitlement that you’ve already mentioned. I left my marriage after the kids were grown, largely because of my ex treating me as a utility and personal slave. No amount of arguing could correct the entitlement attitude and her behavior. Leaving cost me a fortune – – but it was worth every penny.

  13. Kyle says:

    What justifies such behaviour to them if not the belief that a man can never face a struggle that is greater, a struggle that is more prolonged, or more struggles than that as a woman? the belief that men never have to struggle at all opens up a world of misandry. To be honest we probably add to it by pretending we never have to face struggle.

  14. John Zeh says:

    From her instagram, showing how really mature she is:

    1. Jonna says:

      Eh. Immature, having fun, I’m 23 and love teasing my mom while I still have her. Give me a break.

  15. Jonna says:

    Thank you all for taking the time out of your day to attack not only my appearance, but my marriage. I’m 23 years old, living in a conservative small town in Indiana, my husband used to be Amish and I grew up in a generation of entitled brats. I wrote the piece in hopes to help the younger generation become better wives and show them that marriage is far from fairytales and love spells. I am trying to help women appreciate the silent working man. I’ll be the first to tell you that I sound like a self centered entitled money hungry bitch, but let’s remember, I was writing a story based on my life, it wasn’t written down to the detail. Things were added to create a story to start a conversation to address my generation and the way we think. I worked in a trailer factory building rvs from 5am-4pm 5 days a week with a baby to take care of. I’m not lazy, I’m not ungrateful. I’m creating conversation. If you all want to attack me for putting myself out there to help others, thats sad but so be it. I did exactly what I wanted to do and that was to start a conversation. It worked, did it not? Also, do you really think I dont make money doing what I do? Bless your hearts. Then again, I can’t take this to heart. Arguments aren’t being made without insulting appearance, name calling or my favorite, the blogger saying they would’ve “cheated on this bitch a long time ago.” Wanna talk about maturity? I’m sorry, but I can’t take most of you seriously. And to the blogger feeding off my writing in attempt to drive traffic to make some money, cute. But, a bit lazy. Let’s get a little more creative. I did and I’m doing just fine. :) God bless.


  16. Jj says:

    The man who wrote this is extremely emtotional!

  17. Xam says:

    She gets it, what the problem here ?

  18. Fell for it too says:

    Fell into this mess as well! Only you made the biggest of all mistakes in writing your article: DO YOU REALLY THINK “occasional sex” EVER HAPPENS IF SHE HAS ALL SHE WANTS?

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