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How the fighting spirit makes a routine out of turning loss into gain

Posted by xsplat on July 20, 2014

It’s not only necessity that mothers invention. It’s also loss.

Emotions are tricky to work through. You need to acknowledge them and that leads to some down time. But it’s not only that you can’t keep a good man down. It’s that the challenges make the man. Literally.

Challenges create opportunities.

It’s the defeats and the losses and the setbacks that directly lead to the biggest long term wins. I’m not trying to talk in metaphors or inspirations. That’s how the world actually works.

I’m going through some relationship restructuring with one of my girls. Her figure compels me to fuck her and maintain her attraction for me, by all means necessary. I’ve developed some skills, so she remains addicted, and views me still as the strongest interest. For now. But it will fall apart.

Because of a cultivated fighting spirit and constantly seeking to realistically better my position, I have developed skillfull, insightful, outside the box ways to do better.

In fact my plan is to impregnate five super hot model teenage girls of my exact body preferences. And have them all be very smart. And in love with me.

I found out today that my number one main man apprentice, adopted son, best friend and business partner will be moving on to apprentice with another charismatic and wise mentor. It’s a serious and heartbreaking loss. Of course I’ll miss the guy. People are not fungible; a steak sandwich can’t replace poached salmon. An apple can’t replace an orange. There is only one of him, and that one won’t be replaced.

But because he was so valuable, there is a noticed need. And because now I am stronger and wiser and more adept and have better connections, I’m in a better place to fill the broad need.

Partly because of my number one, the income here has increased. I’ve also been working on my own projects. If I were to count chickens from eggs (and I’ve been wrong every time I’ve done that), I would count that within two months income will increase by at least 50k per month. And I have a realistic goal of making 1/2 million per month within a year, if not within six months.

So instead of cutting in interns at the ground floor, this will open up other options of enticing the best and the brightest using traditional means of mere salary. I’m going to pay locals a very good rate, and will even look to recruit the best and the brightest westerners. Using dollar figures, instead of a piece of the future.

I’m not going to detail my plans for getting the teen-up-to-21 agers in love and impregnated. But I’m not only confident I can do it, I KNOW I can do it. The hottest and smartest and most capable mothers and companions. Just getting one for an old ugly man most would consider impossible. I know how I’m going to get five. And in the process of getting them I might fuck dozens or scores.

It’s the loss that leads to this. Comfort is great, but it doesn’t drive you.

Loss is a really good friend.

15 Responses to “How the fighting spirit makes a routine out of turning loss into gain”

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  2. BaraDunda said

    Awesome. Awesome.

  3. Are you accepting applications? I am a big fan of your blog and I would like to apply.

    • xsplat said

      I like your blog, for starters. Tell me more about yourself and your goals through the email address on the contact page.

    • xsplat said

      I did a little more background research starting from your website. I’m looking forward to hearing from you. I think you’ll like some of my projects. xsplat22 at yahoo dot com.

  4. JasonInSiberia said

    Is M25 a real personage in your life, or a metaphor? Regardless, either way, do you appreciate her contributions to your life, or would you prefer to do without them? Curious, and accommodating.

    • xsplat said

      She’s mentioned in dozens of posts here and there are even a few with pictures. If I didn’t appreciate her contributions I wouldn’t still be seeing her.

  5. Stephen said

    Hope your plans work out…as for your apprentice, let me guess…Matt Forney?

  6. freeman said

    Your blog has given me another perspective on women, and I’ve enjoyed reading and pondering on it. A lot of the hate-porn on other manosphere blogs was getting old. I’m curious; you mention that you’re very sexual with your women, but that you haven’t impregnated them thus far. What are your birth control methods, if any? Personally, I never enjoyed condoms, and found it difficult to convince girlfriends of using birth control. I opt for early withdrawal, but I admit it’s not optimal.

    • xsplat said

      I’ve caused 11 pregnancies so far. Abortifactants are widely available in SEA, and some are herbal. And as a last resort abortion is an option, even in countries where it is illegal. No pregnancies within the last 4 years though. Generally I don’t come, and when I did I was pulling out. As of now N18 has an IUD.

      I’m going to try to mostly date girls I would not mind impregnating, in the future. So a generally lax policy will continue.

      Babies bug me because:
      1) girls tend to hyperfocus on the baby and lose interest in servicing the man. That’s a waste of a good honeymoon period if you impregnate early in the relationship.
      2) they require more attention than anyone who has not had babies can imagine.
      3) they are expensive.

      However in Indonesia there are NO child support laws. Get a girl knocked up and she CAN NOT sue you for child support. NO dna tests. Legally the child is a bastard with *literally* an “unknown” father (as recorded on the birth certificate) if the two of you are not married 9 months BEFORE the child was born.

      And schools and housing and most costs are cheap here, as are nannies and household help. And women raise babies here, not men. No women would ever have the thought cross her mind to suggest a man change a diaper, or wake up and bottle feed in the middle of the night.

      So the attention and financial problems are much less here.

      And if a man has more than one woman, or waits a bit before making them pregnant, he can afford the loss of attention.

      I figure it’s a long term investment in oxytocin. I’m close to 50. Now would be the time to start that investment. I love love. I like growing families – it’s one reason I enjoy growing my business – for the community aspect.

      So a clan is love too. I’m only now growing an interest in that, and pretty well all of my efforts will in the end come to that fruition; multiple very high value beautiful young women that I love and who love me mothering children that I love.

      That’s a future. It’s the best I can think of, and I’ve got a good imagination.

      And no one need explain to me the increase in drama and stress that comes with managing children, or multiple women. If a man doesn’t tax his skills just outside of his current level, constantly, he is not becoming great.

      I’m well above average in a small nich of social skills; dealing with lovers. Possibly a bit below average on being a likeable bro among dudes. And I have lots to learn about being a business manager and leader. But I’m going to play to my strengths and leverage my existing skills, and do the nearly unthinkable and nearly unheard of. I’m going to not only have MLTRS, I’m going to have multiple families, and maintain strong loving bonds within those families. As well as I can. That is an age appropriate adventure for me.

      And one day I’ll be a grandad, many times over. Imagine the family reunions.

  7. X, your spiritual and emotional awareness is incredible. And your ability to put it all into words is what makes you the best writer in the manosphere. Keep up the great work.

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