Red Pill ExampleThe story of how I manipulated my way from my low point amongst my peers, and how I did it. (self.TheRedPill)

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The story of how i manipulated my way up from my low point amongst my peers, and how i did it.

I’ve been lurking on this sub for about a year. I read the sidebar multiple times, read Endorsed Contributor posts, all that good stuff. Everything I’ve read here has proved to be 100% accurate in my daily life.

So much so, in fact, that I’m saying this as someone in highschool. And when i say everything that i’ve read reigns true, i mean everything, including the lesser-touched upon subjects here, like Machiavellianism and the Laws of Power. Using these mindsets, i put morals aside and did what i needed to do for myself, especially on my football team which i think serves as a simple and concise example of this. My timeline:

September 2017: Beginning of my sophomore year. I weighed 180 pounds, only ran a 6 second 40 yard dash, and i could only bench 95 pounds. I was 4th string for both of my positions and was generally seen as an afterthought by my coaches. I was skinnyfat, slow, stupid, and most importantly, bluepilled.

I started off the year in self-loathing that everyone else was getting girls and i wasn’t, and i was so desperate, so so desperate. I refused to go to social events that couples could be going to because i felt too sorry for myself. Worst of all, the moment one trashy rag of a female gave me some attention, i believed she was the one that i could change for the better (She was prob BPD and a huge leftist) and caught heavy oneitis. Yes, i was rejected. I was mentally slower than others as I had undiagnosed ADHD and had no idea how to treat it at the time. My grades as a result dipped. I was made fun of, seen as the “quiet kid,” yadda yadda.

What a fucking loser, am i right? Okay, i’ll stop digging for pity points and move on.

Shortly after Christmas Day, 2017: By this time my season had ended and i was glad about it. It went horribly for me, and now i know i had no one to blame but myself. Anyway, I was lying in bed at 1 am on my phone instead of sleeping like a disciplined person, and my closest friend texts me. He’s a rather popular guy, not physically imposing but very witty and Machiavellian, and good with girls. The text was a nude, from one of those things i would soon learn were called plates. Long story short, he told me that i could be so much more than i was, that i could do what he did. He wasn’t RP aware at the time, so if anything it was just game encouragement, but in my sorry state it was all i needed to read some more NoFap posts that i had discovered after getting rejected by someone else, and on there i found TRP.

January-March 2018: The material was ingested. Initially, i thought that i could slay after reading a few field reports, and instead of slaying i got some learning experiences to put it lightly. Soon after, i learned what Monk Mode was and it was there that i committed myself to self-improvement.

My days ranging from February to Spring Break in April consisted of: Waking up for school, A cold shower of 20 seconds, (I went up gradually) An immense amount of coffee to treat my ADHD, No breakfast as i took up our favorite Ketogenic diet and fasting combo. At school i would avoid talking to people in favor of reading TRP posts on my phone, a habit i realized was just mental masturbation. I would receive shit tests from guys and girls alike occasionally, and now that i realized them for what they were, i overcompensated for my BP behavior and would give answers too quickly, either failing the shit tests or barely brushing them off (I say that because i was either too harsh in my comebacks or i failed to think of something to say). I was beginning to be seen as douchey and arrogant, which i knew at the time but i preferred it over being looked down upon. I either lifted or ran on the treadmill after school depending on if the weight room was open. I went to bed exceptionally early to 1. Maximize sleep to treat my ADHD and 2. To give myself something to brag about for attention. Number 2 is fine with me, actually.

Spring break, 2017: Everyone is going out with family, friends, on vacation, posting it on their stories and on Instagram, and there i was, in my room, with no connections to anyone outside of school, with my laptop opened on TRP and my Playstation on a music video on Youtube. One of the things i learned here was to see things for how they were, yes, but to not wallow and complain about it but instead go for the best possible outcome. I realized the next two weeks would be isolation for me, so i went into Monk Mode 2: Electric Boogaloo and read every single new TRP post everyday, ran every day, lifted 4 days a week, and intermittently fasted every day. Over that period of time i learned about Machiavellianism and the 48 laws of power, and I really reflected on my life at that time. It was too late, i was already unplugged, so what else could i do but reach for the best possible outcome for myself, regardless of how i did it?

The rest of April-June 2018: What did i want? Corniness aside, i wanted power, glory, and pussy. Good thing those things often come together. I went through things like a checklist. Where could i go for those things? Power and glory came from football, at least in my school. How could i get power and glory from football? Obviously, be on the starting team.

How could i be on the starting team? This is where the remnants of my BP morals held their last stand against the truth. My coach liked the “in” kids, the ones who his kids knew and his kid’s friends knew. They went to weight room, they talked to my coach almost every day, they were both players and coaches, and friends. Only those ones played. I knew this because despite being the fastest person on my team, my older brother socially isolated himself from his coach and his teammates, and someone else who was more “in” played over him as a result. I agree with that philosophy now, actually.

My “pride” told me to not care what my coach thought. My pride wasn’t telling me how to start on the team, though. So i brown nosed my coach like there was no other butthole left on Earth. Since i learned how to talk to people, i became his right-hand man in the weight room, which he oversaw. I shook his hand walking into the weight room, and walking out. On our workout list for football players, i did every single one there like the loyal little servant i was trying to be. I willingly gave up my frame to enter his, and reaped the benefits. On my ketogenic diet, doing my coach’s workouts, showing up to every single workout session the whole year, (I never skipped one) I lost 20 pounds, became around 12-13% bodyfat, still gained muscle, (thank you noobgainz) and i was recognized by the players and my coaches at a much, much higher level than ever before. They respected me. I acquired social proof in a certain area, and that in turn gave me the social value that i craved so badly.

My reputation slowly crept up the social hierarchy. Kids who used to see me as a peer or below them saw me as their superior.

“Is this ok?” I would always think to myself. “These are good people that i’ve just surpassed, and i feel bad for them.” Those were my morals talking, and i recognized that and threw those thoughts out the window. If i wanted self-actualization, beta losers had to be forgotten. I still had to pass theirs’ and females’ shit tests. My newly-found frame had to be held. Their fault for not putting themselves first, i guess. I left my sophomore year in June a changed person and i honestly wished it had lasted longer so i could spend more time socially interacting through a red pill lens. It was fun, guys.

Summer 2018: The offseason was coming to a close. There were a few events left that were football-related that i had to go to. All of them, i had to go to. Law 1: Never outshine the master. I was told to go to no-contact scrimmages and our agility drills and our meetings, and of course I went because not going would be saying i’m independent from my coach, which would be outshining the master and not following Law 5: Protecting my reputation with my life, as i wouldn’t be seen as dedicated to our program if I didn’t go. It didn’t matter what I believed, it mattered what others believed. My beliefs wouldn’t bend the world to my will as beliefs are not actions. (I did enjoy going to those things though)

Present: I’m writing this on August 18, 2018. I’m starting on varsity. I can deadlift 345 and i can bench 175 but i only weigh 160. I ran a 4.9 40 yard dash.

Enough bragging, my point is i did not do what i emotionally (blue pilledly) believed was right, (it wasnt right anyway) but instead i acted upon what i logically (red pilledly) determined would give me the best possible outcome, and stuck to it.

The point of all this mental masturbation is to give back to this community that frankly, saved my life from becoming mediocre and sad. Whether you’re a newly arrived lurker or Chad himself, i want us all to know that it’s ok to put yourself first. Forget what all the crabs in the bucket will say along the way, you’re the most important person in your life. You only owe people something if you benefit from giving them something.

Live life to win, fellas.

[–][deleted] 320 points321 points  (22 children)

I would literally give one testicle to have found the red pill when you did.

[–]bossman9275 83 points84 points  (12 children)

You and me both. Sheesh. I'm 26 now.

[–]Morphs_ 68 points69 points  (4 children)

37 here. There are always older guys and younger guys. The only thing that matters is the rest of your life ahead.

[–]BobbyPeru 7 points8 points  (1 child)

I found TRP at 47, 2 years ago. It has transformed my life. It’s never too late

I’m in the best shape of my life, and my frame pulls 25 yr olds.

[–]greenengg 32 points33 points  (1 child)

Introduced to TRP at 28. Beats TRP before death!

[–]boo_radley_awesome 4 points5 points  (1 child)

Found it at 27. Many of us. We're here dude. That's all that matters. Get workin'!

[–]danielmcgarrie 26 points27 points  (3 children)

I’m 17 right now, and living a very nice red pilled life.

[–]rocksidion 5 points6 points  (1 child)

Super jelly. You get it guy.

[–]FatmanO 5 points6 points  (0 children)

We are all lucky. Im 18 TRP guy, have yet to learn tho

[–]Suffercure 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I'm 19. Shit! My life is ruined!

[–]AHumilationADay 4 points5 points  (1 child)

Off topic: ice username, good little reminder for yourself.

On topic: I believe you find TRP when you're meant to. Would it have sunk in without some of the bitter losses? Would you laugh it off? Did you learn something from your failures prior through reflection?

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I may still need that reminder. I'm seriously considering an Acta Non Verba tat.

I think I would have consumed RP theory easily in my younger years. Once I hit high school I was ready for that pill, but then got into a LTR, then another. Then after a break for myself for 2 years, got married and slowly went to shit.

[–]Ravenanom 1 point2 points  (1 child)

A couple days shy of my 24th and yes I feel the same way.

[–][deleted] 8 points9 points  (0 children)


I'm 38

Thankfully, still plenty of good years left.

But, bro, how I would have done things differently...

[–]kiwifx 65 points66 points  (15 children)

Interesting story - wish I'd started on this path when I was as young as you. At this rate you'll fucking slay life.

Something to add to your comment about Law 5. I initially approached this during a phase when I was jockeying for position among the other guys at work - acceptance takes a long time in my line of work. It's all fine and good being accepted as one of the pack, but in the end it's validation seeking and that's not why you go to work - you go to earn. I realized that you need to protect your reputation not only from outside attack, but more importantly, from your own self-defeating actions. You've got this one all figured out. Protecting your reputation by setting an example pays much higher dividends than protecting it by being able to pass a shit test from a guy or girl.

Along with a few other laws of power, #5 is why I'm getting paid double time most of the week, triple time when we're in an overtime situation (regular double time, then time & a half on top). Like I said, dividends.

[–]memer935115[S] 32 points33 points  (9 children)

I feel lucky to have found this place at my age, i wish more people could have too but spreading the word about TRP isn’t smart. Law 5’s an important one.

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    [–]TRPcez 12 points13 points  (1 child)

    Firstly, lots of post aren't actually useful. Some are repost. Some are complete bullshit. That's where the sidebar comes in. (And maybe the EC flair)

    Then start with the fundamental - your body. Start getting gains and lowering bodyfat to 12-15%. Now you're better than 80% of classmates.

    Next, start developing character. Have some hobbies. So many teens these days don't have shit. Have 3 hobbies that you enjoy doing and see yourself successful in. Play to win, not to 'try not to lose'.

    If you are his age, you got a lot to work on. It's hard, but that's what makes it worth it.

    [–]oliseo 1 point2 points  (0 children)

    Yep. I a good number of posts believe that Women are the only goal in life.

    Uh uh. Actually, if you make having an interesting life doing shit you like whilst not sucking up to or thinking about Women 24/7 you'll

    a) Have a much more fulfilling and happy life.
    b) Will be much more attractive to Women without even trying.

    True frame of mind comes from Women approaching you and THEM wanting to be with you. Same goes for other Men as well, truth be told.

    Having a kick ass life, doing activities you love, and getting good at those will make you bullet proof.

    [–]memer935115[S] 11 points12 points  (5 children)

    Well with your ADHD, i recommend reading the post on here about it that came up a couple of days ago. Do what you can to minimize it, and the rest of your develelopment should be the same as anyone else here, just lift, learn game, get a mission.

    [–]destraht 2 points3 points  (2 children)

    Try going to a naked hot spring in your area and relaxing for a few days, if they will let you in being under 18 and if there is one in your area. Get away from the clatter of drug commercial sounding people and be with very calm and quite people. There is a ten year old movie called Wanted (don't watch it) where the guy thinks that he has ADHD, but really he is descended from a long line of super assassins and actually has laser sharp focus. Its a stupid story but there is a lot of truth in the basic idea of how that works. I think that you just need to learn how to filter out the noise and I'd bet that you can actually focus for longer than most people. You were also used to being a loser and that means that you will have larger internal facing anxiety being around others, even if they are fully accepting of you. That means that you'll feel a need to be more alert and this could be confused with ADHD symptoms. Are you introverted or extroverted?

    [–]memer935115[S] 1 point2 points  (1 child)

    Seems about right about needing to be alert. I always feel the need to be “on guard” when in public.

    I’m naturally introverted but i force myself to act extroverted.

    [–]destraht 2 points3 points  (0 children)

    A lot of it has to do with the people you are around. American culture in particular is really good at assigning blame to people in the wrong ways and then letting them off in other wrong ways. I mean, if you are perceptive then you might notice that some people are total pieces of shit and so you just need to be on guard more. This is why I recommend naked hot springs like Harbin Hot Spring. The people there are super chill and in that environment you can figure out how much of the shit you are dealing with is yourself and how much of it is other people. Right now its all a muddle because you never get to have a baseline. Once you get those references then everything is a lot easier. Again, American culture is very good about fucking your mind and never letting you get a foot hold. Right now I'm in Cali, Colombia and it would be downright stupid to not be paranoid and hyper-vigilant around these little fuckers. I'll be going back to Ukraine after a bit because I'm eager to be able to put my guard down a bit (contrary to international opinion about the place).

    [–]ahg1008 3 points4 points  (4 children)

    Could you elaborate more on how you use law 5 in office?

    [–]kiwifx 8 points9 points  (3 children)

    Okay - prolly a bit of a long winded spiel here, but whatever.

    So I work in a meat processing factory, not an office. Was switched to the day shift a while back had to prove myself all over again to a new supervisor and team. I set about doing that by looking at how everyone else damages their reputations around me, and making sure I never do that.

    1. First thing was just showing up. This company, and the industry in general, suffers badly from people 'pulling sickies' - not showing up at all or calling in sick repeatedly. We're paid per body we process, so when 10 people in the room don't show up, the room slows down and so does the money. This company has to take it on the chin because they can't afford to lose staff. I'm there, every day. Sometimes I'm visibly a little sick - cough, cold, tired, sore. I even showed up the day after cutting my arm open, with a bunch of fresh stitches, ready to go. I'm there every day, regardless. I'll let the boss decide if he doesn't think I'm fit to work.
    2. Second thing was taking on extra work to help the team. I was starting in a new position when I was shifted to day shift, and on day 2, the supervisor asked me to help out with an additional role, actually much more work than my main role. I figured out how to prioritize and work the two jobs together efficiently to the point where I've basically made them into one role, and make it look easy. I wasn't getting paid for this for a fair bit, but that changed.
    3. Third thing was showing up 30 minutes early every day, unpaid. I actually needed to so this in order to complete the start-up stuff for each of my roles by the time they needed to be completed. The supervisor didn't realize I'd need to be doing this, and I'm not getting paid for that time. I'm also not pointing it out, trying to get a brownie point - I'm just there, getting shit done.
    4. Fourth thing was being on the look out for anything that could go against us, or the supervisor. That means I'm looking for compliance issues that might make the boss look bad, letting him know when inspectors are headed our way (I see them first), basically watching his back. I won't go into details here but I've saved him grief a few times by a simple heads up.
    5. Fifth thing was simply shutting the fuck up. Everyone complains in jobs like this. Shit pay, shit conditions, shit anything that they can think of just to complain. It's fucking boring to listen to. I just keep my mouth shut and get on with it.

    Eventually the supervisor starts recognizing that I'm working my ass off. He's now showing me noticeable respect and he's warmed up to me. He knows I'm always there, always working hard, always early, always looking out for him. Never complaining, never brown nosing.

    I won't bother explaining how we're paid and how our 'pools' work, but essentially (and legitimately, this isn't some dodgy situation), the supervisor recognized my efforts by shuffling a few things around so that for most of the week in a certain configuration, I make double time all day, and triple time when we're in an overtime situation on the weekends or after 8 hours of work. At the moment that makes me one of the highest paid people in the room, higher even than the supervisor.

    There are a number of other Laws Of Power at work here too, but I've barely touched on 48 Laws in my reading list yet beyond a quick look at the main topic of each, so I won't go into that.

    [–]thegymismysanctuary 2 points3 points  (0 children)

    Enjoyed reading this. Good on you, it's so annoying when people go on about "suck ups" or "brown nosing" whenever anyone does anything other than the bare minimum in an hourly paid job. Those who understand that putting in that wee bit extra (i.e. making the most of the situation you're in) really does work and there are benefits that come your way -tangible or intangible - once supervisors/managers notice.

    I worked a million shitty jobs in my younger years and during uni. I firmly believe the attitude of "give a little extra and you'll eventually get it back with interest" is one of the main reasons I'm now working in the oil industry and making more money than I ever thought I would be in my mid-20s (not saying that to brag, just saying I think this way of thinking works.)

    Keep grinding mate and I hope your career continues to progress.

    [–]ChadFuckingThunder 1 point2 points  (0 children)

    That's truly interesting, well done. If you have the time please write more about 48 laws application to work environment.


    [–]ahab_dies 57 points58 points  (0 children)

    Mostly boiled down to discipline and accepting uncompromising responsibility for everything that happens to you. Assume everything is your fault, because if that's the case then everything is in your control. Good job, OP.

    [–]Mizmidus 36 points37 points  (2 children)

    Have you fixed your grades tho? As soon as you finish high school, your football past won't mean as much as it does now.

    In the future you'll have to find a way to earn good income, nobody likes poor people.

    [–]memer935115[S] 23 points24 points  (1 child)

    I did, yeah i forgot to mention that. I couldn’t focus in class before until after i started treating my ADHD with large amounts of caffeine and adequate sleep.

    [–]karmalizing 4 points5 points  (0 children)

    Try midday naps. Seemed to help my ADHD a lot, going a little bi-phasic.

    [–]Pallzzo 14 points15 points  (0 children)

    Lol Revenge of the Nerd, sell more dreams, do the Intelligent Jock next

    [–]yammyha 44 points45 points  (5 children)

    but where was pussy? Was waiting for the meaty context of conquering lol

    [–]TRP VanguardHumanSockPuppet 30 points31 points  (0 children)

    Pussy is a trailing indicator of success. Give him time.

    [–]LordDongler 33 points34 points  (0 children)

    His story had a better ending than that. He bettered himself to better himself and stopped caring about pussy so much. I suggest you do the same

    [–]Bigdogs61 5 points6 points  (1 child)

    I was wondering the same thing, but I think it's important to not emphasize too much on getting girls. He's focusing on himself from what I can tell and doing this for himself. Girls are a side goal to self-improvement, and if your only source of validation comes from them then you'll be disappointed.

    [–]yammyha 6 points7 points  (0 children)

    I apologize for my spontaneous comment. Day 30 of no fap, Testosterone/aggression have peaked and eyeballs filled with semen. You make a great point; self-improvement is vital to enhance smv and knowing one's self worth. OP is on a journey of full zen

    [–]ianselfmade 17 points18 points  (1 child)

    Thank you for this amazing post man, i think we're on the same age but you have probably far more results than me, i'm 17 nothing more nothing less. I think this post will serve a good mental masturbation for me.. pft.

    [–]memer935115[S] 7 points8 points  (0 children)

    Just keep at the grind mate. It pays off no matter the age.

    [–]VomarV 6 points7 points  (0 children)

    College is going to be so much fun for you!

    [–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (0 children)

    Found this sub in January as a senior in HS. During all my free periods I would also isolate myself and read this sub. During HS I never played a sport, skipped both junior and senior prom, never went to a Homecoming dance or parade. I also never wen to a HS football game. I didn’t get any girls in HS because of my BP behavior. I had girls give me IOIs but I was a pussy and never pursued. Granted I couldn’t drive for most of HS so it’s not like I could have done much until senior year anyway. But by then I was in monk mode reading TRP as much as possible and didn’t really give a fuck about what girl was giving me an IOI.

    I’m glad you found it during sophomore year. Your junior and senior year will be a lot bette than freshman and sophomore year.

    [–]ianselfmade 9 points10 points  (1 child)

    How did you manipulate yourself going up: Fuck the emotional blue pill opinion of yourself and follow the logical trp side.

    [–]mejakejohnson 2 points3 points  (0 children)

    This post made me think of the redpill as some kit for ultimate success with life and women. Damn, bit it sure feels amazing to read such reports. It truly inspires.

    [–]MachineGunTeacher 40 points41 points  (9 children)

    This reads like a nerd’s fantasy. I’m not buying any of it. So many bullshit stories are getting posted on here.

    [–]Skrillerman 26 points27 points  (0 children)

    Why ?

    he never said he turned into Chad and is fucking 50 girls a year.

    The red pill is NOT only about fucking girls but improving yourself.

    And this post was a great example about how you can improve yourself

    [–]Atheist_Utopia 16 points17 points  (0 children)

    First question motives before you claim bullshit.

    [–]11-Eleven-11 2 points3 points  (2 children)

    Its believable enough but he did make some serious body gains in a very short amount of time. He went from benching 95 to 175 in 6 months while dropping 20 lbs? Not saying its impossible but thats kind of really hard to do.

    [–]FuckMichaelMcCoy 4 points5 points  (1 child)

    I think its realistic.. I had something similar at that age. And i played football too. He mentioned never missing a workout. If you are in the noob gain phase and not missing any workouts for a long period of time you will have a similar transformation. His coach is basically a personal trainer, so you dont make the mistake of spinning your wheels when you have a strength program in place, all he had to do was show up.

    [–]11-Eleven-11 2 points3 points  (0 children)

    Ya I looked at ops post history so I believe him but I'm just saying its still hard to do. I guess being young helps.

    [–]ChewableNazi 0 points1 point  (1 child)

    Hahahaha and I thought I was the only one. This is written too much like a fantasy. NEXT!

    [–]oliseo -3 points-2 points  (0 children)

    Feeling threatened? ha ha ha....

    [–]FindTheBus -4 points-3 points  (0 children)

    Reposting my comment since it got downvoted hard early on, but I think it will be safe protected under the wings of your comment. :)

    Fuck me this is some tryhard shit. You can tell someone spends too much time on reddit when they can't help but have it drip into every fucking cliche they use. Your brain literally cannot help itself from having "Electric Boogaloo" follow the number "2," among a shitpile of other blatant "I rotted my brain reading shitty writing on forums and now I have a permanently gimped writing style" tells. You don't even know why you do these things. It's just something you've internalized, and you'll never be rid of. For example, you've never seen "Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo." You just saw people use "Electric Boogaloo" like that, over and over, and now you're doing it. And so it goes for every single other cliche in your cargo cult imitation of a TRP progress post. What are you, when those things are stripped away? Is there any part of you that is your own, that you didn't borrow or absorb or copy?

    Many people kill themselves when they seriously, deeply, and honestly confront their reality of not actually existing as a personality or person, just a series of things and phrases that they've cobbled together like a terrible thrift store outfit. I'm not saying that you should do that.

    I'm also not saying that the world wouldn't be a better place.

    By the way, not following someone's orders isn't outshining the master. If you somehow became another coach at that school, and then dunked on the coach in terms of publicly acknowledged ability, then you'd be outshining the master.

    [–]ToryTosh1922 2 points3 points  (0 children)

    This post was so relatable. Thanks for sharing

    [–]aShiftyLad 2 points3 points  (0 children)

    Its great to hear stories that were similar to mine. congrats on acting on it and bettering yourself. its just the beginning.

    [–]5-methoxy-NN-DMT 2 points3 points  (1 child)

    I’m 17 going into my last year of highschool.

    I haven’t done anything to establish social proof, and I don’t play any sports so it’s too late to get started now. I don’t know what else I can really do except try to work on my confidence and game.

    It’s annoying that the first advice is always to “lift”. I’ve been lifting religiously for like 5 years, I’m almost 5’7, 175lbs with visible abs and vascularity. I can get four reps with 275lbs on flat bench (short arms master race) and deadlift 435X5. I’m just known as the weird quiet guy who lifts “too much”. Also nobody believes I’m natural so people are left with the impression that I’m too insecure to admit to steroid use. It’s not even like I get credit for killing myself almost everyday in the gym, so lifting seriously has actually hurt me in some ways. If you’re short lifting won’t save you in my experience. You have to be a social GOD with unbreakable frame, which I just don’t have the confidence or social skills to achieve yet.

    I’ll look into the laws of power book, thanks for the motivation

    [–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

    People in HS are assholes and jealous of people who are better than them. I’m glad I’m done with it (I graduated this year).

    [–]Beerbeer007 2 points3 points  (0 children)

    29, if only i had known TRP by 18 i'd be a happier man, with much less stress, anxiety, & awful experiences/memories.

    [–]Golden_Commando 1 point2 points  (0 children)

    The sheer will to succeed is one thing, but putting it into action is another. You had one and did the other. Hats off to you, the only thing I don’t like nowadays is the constant beta/alpha war, it gets tiring for me. Some days you get cucked, other days you’re the one cucking.

    [–]redthereadit 1 point2 points  (0 children)

    That was inspiring to hear your growth and new found mindset

    [–]antnymkls 1 point2 points  (0 children)

    I'm 42, that was fucking beautifully written and inspiring...

    [–]Pezotecom 3 points4 points  (0 children)

    The red pill isn't about you being the most important person to yourself. Other than that, I hope you keep achieving your dreams man.

    [–]bradwbowman 0 points1 point  (0 children)

    Good post, not sure why you are getting some hate. I can see how some people can disagree with some of the things you did but it's not deserving of hate. It seems you are moving in the right direction and still have a lot to learn as a lot of us do. Keep us updated!

    [–]Interceox 0 points1 point  (2 children)

    Can I not be leftist and read the wisdom of theredpill

    [–]memer935115[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

    Theres no rule saying you can’t, but if you ingest the pill don’t be suprised if your views change.

    [–]musterdcheif 0 points1 point  (0 children)

    You can be a leftist and read the redpill but you can’t be an indentitarian SJW who reads the redpill

    [–]JustClickingButtons 0 points1 point  (0 children)

    This is ficiton, but if its true you need to realize two things.

    1. If one's on the team because they brown nose the coach and are not any good, the whole team resents it (and the team sucks). TRP movement was about 'getting gud' so that you can't be denied, not bum sucking those in authority positions. One goes to those extra football activies to 'get better' so they can't be denied (i.e. the whole fucking point), not to brown nose the fucking coach and be his lap dog.

    2. Being friendly and 'nice', like the approach taken to the coach, to people is basic etiquette that makes people enjoy being around you and opens doors. It should be the vast majority of your human interactions.

    [–]Jetirk -1 points0 points  (0 children)

    All the lower case i's hurt to read. Enjoy your inkling of status now (that comes at the price of whoring your self oht to worthless ball groping) because in a little over a year you'll be back at the bottom unless you learn to usefully impact reality in some way (and make money)