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[Serious] Homer Simpson Would Be Incel, But Being A Sociopathic NT Saves Him

He's not book smart but street smart. He gets people to like him easily, has a huge amount of friends or acquaintances, people overlook his callous, cruel, thoughtless, impulsive and dangerous behavior. He is highly manipulative and guilt trips, shames, begs, and lies a lot to get what he wants, make himself look good and avoid embarrassment.

He regards other people negatively but they treat him positively, think Ned Flanders. He often says the right thing at the right times to gain forgiveness and buy love, think emotional and loving moments with his wife Marge, which allows him to keep her tied to him. He acts emotionally unavailable or abusive to family even occasionally strangling his son, but it's all passed off as humor. He makes intelligent statements even in dumb moments which proves he's just acting stupid for fun, think of the episode where he chooses to have a crayon placed back in his brain to make himself dumber, so he can fit in again.

At the same time think of his appearance, balding, obese and middle aged. He'd definitely be incel material. Of course this is just fiction but even the cartoon writers are blackpilled in realizing the importance of having a dark triad personality. Someone who is sociopathic, charming and extroverted is more socially and sexually successful on the show than someone who's autistic, socially clueless or nerdy. Think of the characters Ralph Wiggum, Martin Pince or Professor Frink as examples of the latter.

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