Nathan Larson aka Leucosticte #sexist #psycho #dunning-kruger incels.co

[Blackpill] After learning foids' true nature, it's hard to look at classic video games in the same way

If I'm Mario, why do I even want to bother trying to rescue the princess after she's been kidnapped? By the time I get to her, she'll probably already have been raped, because what else would be the point of kidnapping an attractive young foid? Why do I want Bowser's leftovers; her pussy is probably all blown out from his Koopa Kock, so that when I'm fucking her, all I'm gonna feel is air, as though I just put my dick in a wind tunnel. Plus she's probably traumatized from the experience, so I'm gonna have to deal with all that baggage. She could have all kinds of sexual phobias now, and be like, "I can't let you fuck me up the ass because it reminds me of what Bowser used to make me do."

But for all we know, the princess was just a slut anyway who deliberately let herself get captured. She was probably craving Donkey Kong's BBC, so she was like, "Tee-hee, I'm just gonna wander over to where this powerful animal can grab hold of me." So if I'm Mario, why should I risk my life dodging flaming barrels just so I can try to save a chick who probably doesn't even want to be saved?

But back in the 80s, we didn't know the truth about how the white knight mentality is always making men want to play Captain Save-a-Ho, even when it works against their best interests; so we just assumed that the back-story we had been given about how the princess came to be in her predicament was on the up-and-up, and never thought to question her chastity. If we'd been blackpilled back then, we probably would've just gone our own way. Or maybe we would've played Donkey Kong Country, so that instead of trying to defeat Tyrone, we could have been Tyrone. If you're going to have an escapist fantasy, it might as well be one where you can slay, rather than serve as a beta cuck.

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