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– Yeah, and you know what’s best about them. They’re not that smart. If you go up to them at a party and just get them drinking, and start dancing with them and kissing them, they will totally end up sleeping with you. They don’t even know they’re being played. They have no clue.

– Ha-ha! Totally.

LOL…you couldn’t make this stuff up. This is both solipsism and projection on full display.

115Mike C October 26, 2012 at 12:03 am I agree! I think that feminism has exacerbated this female tendency, which is at least a little ironic.

It may amuse you to know that due to my heightened awareness of solipsism, I identify it in myself and in others (usually but not always women) at least a dozen times per day.

Susan, I about fell off my chair reading this recalling how strongly you protested when I first brought this up in a comment. Looks like you were persuaded on this one. :)

I’ll note it was my comment here that started that entire discussion across several blogs.

116Mike C October 26, 2012 at 12:08 am Many of the most negative posters, here and in the ‘sphere, have entire complicated and detailed worldviews that extrapolate nearly entirely from their own bad personal experiences. They tend to state opinions as fact and not use the word “I” much, but it’s still solipsism.

No, J, you continue to confuse what solipsism is and is not. What you are describing is overgeneralizing. That is an error as well but it isn’t solipsism. Read the excerpt again of the girls talking. They are literally projecting how they perceive things onto the men. They literally cannot conceive that men interpret differently

“If you go up to them at a party and just get them drinking, and start dancing with them and kissing them, they will totally end up sleeping with you. They don’t even know they’re being played. They have no clue.”

They literally cannot conceive that men don’t view the situation like (“being played”).

I know you are smart so you should get the difference between solipsism and overgeneralizing.

117Mike C October 26, 2012 at 12:23 am I think men get muscled for one another, kind of the way women dress up for one another when they go out.


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