5 Online Dating Tips For Women By Nina Agdal

There I was making a delicious Simple Single Man Meal™ when I then hear a notification on my phone go off. The sound indicates a potential hook-up from Tinder.

Wonderful, another woman has fallen victim of my mass-swiping technique. Let’s check this broad out:

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Wow! It’s none other then 24 year old world famous Danish super model, and future mother of my many children, Nina Agdal.

Could this be true? Could this be real?

Absolutely not. Just another ad. Let’s see what she’s selling:


Nice copywriting, Nina.

Best dating tips you say, well let’s check them out and see how good they are.

5 Online Dating Tips For Women By Nina Agdal

Tip #1: Wear a bright color in your profile pic to stand out.


Nina, I must say, that mustard shirt really brings out your tits eyes. Good on ya.

Peacocks (the male peafowl) are usually the ones showing their feathers to court peahens (the female peafowl). But don’t let that fowl patriarchy hold you down!

Show some color!

Tip #2: Smile! Not smiling in your profile pic reduces your chances for a right swipe.


Nina, I couldn’t agree with you more. About %50 of the women I see on Tinder aren’t smiling. What gives?

Are these women that don’t smile trying look rough and tough? Do these women think we like that? Do some guys like that? I’ve never heard a dude say, “Omg D, her grimace is such a turn on! Her wry amusement makes me feel kind of funny in the pants.”

Also, good call Nina, that mustard shirt looks better around your waist. You should show more skin.

Tip #3: Include a bio in you profile to help start the converstations.


It’s amazing how little info we guys have to work with when it comes to online dating profiles. Ladies, if you just have pictures of you and your friends, and no bio, it’s kind of hard to start the conversation. And we all know you gals aren’t the ones usually making the first move.

A link to your Instagram or Snapchat account doesn’t count. All that tells me is that you’re just a social media horder.

But, then again, that could be your way of filtering out the losers. The guys that add you to all that shit are probably pussies. In that case, very clever ladies, very clever.

But seriously, put something of substance in your profile bio.

Tip #4: 60% of singles prefer an evening date.


Why do you think that is Nina? I’d like to think it’s because singles have shit to do in the day time – like work or school – like I do. But I think it’s because another reason: so they can drink they’re faces off.

There’s something about the night time that brings out peoples darker sides and an excuse to lower inhibitions, especally when drinking.

A caveat to that: summer is coming so patio drinking is upon us. I bet that 60% may drop closer to half in the coming months.

Tip #5: Most singles prefer the clean shaven look for guys.


Nina, I’m not sure I totally agree with you on this one. I’ve had women compliment my manly mane and also my clean shaven countenance.

Which brings me to believe women don’t know what they want. But Nina, you already knew that.

Let’s recap:

5 Online Dating Tips For Women By Nina Agdal
  1. Wear bright colors in your profile pic, because evolution says so
  2. Smile, because nobody likes a Debbie Downer
  3. Include a bio in your profile, becuase we can’t read you goddamn mind, give us something to work with
  4. Suggest a date at night, because people usually have their nights open to getting down and drity
  5. Shave your face, because no woman likes a nu-male faux-beard

Nina, thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to help fellow gals out with the roller coaster ride that is the currect dating market. You’re doing us a great service.

And now, why we all clicked the link to read this post, some pictures of Nina:

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The Root of All Evil: Toxic Masculinity

(This year has been an eye opener for me, and I’m sure for some of you as well. I decided to test my unplugging to see if I can pierce the veil of mainstream culture by dissecting the bullshit that is promoted by its “Soldiers of the Narrative” i.e. Celebrities (or wanna be celebs). Oh, and to also have some fun! This is Part VII of The D Live Culture Series.)

As 2016 comes to an end, lets all look back and be grateful that our friends and family made it through another difficu….wait what?

Yes I’m white that’s correct. Why yes I’m a male.

I see. So I’m excluded from the conversation because of my gender and skin colour? Oh okay. Thanks for clearing that up.

Well, while I contemplate why I should hate myself and feel guilty for the fact I didn’t choose my parents, genes, environment, and especially the melanin on my epidermis, watch this video from The Representation Project. If you don’t, you’re a bigot:

And here I thought 2016 was the Year of the Monkey. Is that racist?

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2016 Was The Year of Toxic Masculinity

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I’ll fucking stop you right there, “Tumultuous”? You SOB’s made me have to google search what that word means. Right off the bat I can tell you suck. Nobody needs to use words like that, unless they want to sound smart. I’m a normal dude and I’ve NEVER said that stupid word. Although, I have to keep my cool. I should expect this from these people.

Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson is filing a sexual harassment lawsuit against network Chairmen and CEO Roger Ailes. More than two dozen other women said Ailes used his status to sexually harass his employees.

Bullshit. Roger looks like that fish dude from the Phantom Menace. NO WAY broads let him touch their hoo-ya.

Meesa REFUSE to believe it!

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For the second time in two days a police killing of a black man…

“We got pulled over for a busted tail light and the pol-eece just killed my boyfriend – “fuck!””

A massacre in a gay night club, fifteen people were killed…


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“You know what they say about men with small hands?” – Marco Rubio

Yes, in fact I do. It means their cock is tiny. Oh Mark, you’re so funny.

“Aw you gotta see this guy, “Aw I dunno what I said ughhh I don’t REMEMBER!”  -Donald J. Trump

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“We are going to kick your rear-ends out of the White House!” – Chris Christie

Oh dear! He said “rear-ends”! What a horrible, disgusting person!

*Cue fainting-couch lady

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“Get out of here! GET OUT!”

“You are a loser.”

“I would like to punch him in the face.”


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“And when you’re a star they let you do it. You can do anything…Grab them by the pussy.” – Donald. J Trump

I know it may be hard for some people to realise, but it was a different time back then. People courted each other differently.

When a man was interested in a lady he would saunter up to the gal and firmly, but gracefully, extend his arm and hand and then clasp her clam.

And if the woman was enticed by his grasping of her snatch, she would reciprocate by coiling her finger back into a nice closed-package and flick his prick with jarring force, and then skip into the bush expecting him to follow.

It’s was the dance-of-love for it’s time. A beautiful thing really.

“She doesn’t have the look. She doesn’t have the stamina.”

“She’s actually not strong enough to be President.” – Donald J. Trump

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“I’m much richer than almost anybody.” – Donald J. Trump

“Don’t you think a man who has this kind of economic genius is a lot better for the United States than a woman….” (they cut it off right there) – Rudy Juliani

“Every woman lied. All of these liars will be sued.”

“I am going to instruct my Attorney General to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation.” – Donald J. Trump

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“When Mexico sends its people…they’re rapists…”

“You have inner cities that are more dangerous than some war zones.”


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Nearly 900 incidents of hate were reported in the ten days following the election.

A throwback to the days of segregation.

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Of course, we’re now back in the sixties. Because these couldn’t possibly be hoaxes. These days it’s nothing like it was back then. Man, these losers make my head hurt!

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Wait, YOU did this?! I thought it was my fault because I had a penis. Now I’m confused.

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“Also, give us your money.”

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Phew – what a year!

A few things:

  • I would bet some of these quotes they used in the video were taken out of context. Just a hunch.
  • I’m not defending everything Trump and others said. I’m just not getting butt-hurt over it. In fact, I’m having fun with it. And you should too.

Feel free to have some fun in the comments below!

Unless you’re a white man. In that case, go fuck yourself.



How many times throughout your life have you had a woman say something like, “For this to work I need some things to change.”

No doubt if you’ve thrown yourself to the wolves put yourself out there, tried and failed with women, then you’ve heard versions of the line above.

Not too long ago, I was given an ultimatum.

Exhibit A:

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Here we go. Lets break this down some.

I always ask if you want to come over. I see you once a week, if I’m lucky.

I don’t mind this formula. Works for me.

…and at the beginning it was fine but now I’m starting to really like you and I want more.

You really like me. Have you ever considered that you like me, because you only see me once a week, because I’m not always available, and because you’re lucky (heh)?

More eh. What do you suppose “more” means fellas? More means time. More of me.

Women control sex. Men control commitment (make sure the first commitment is yourself).

I know you’re busy and everything with school and work, but like even just coming over every now and then and spending the night before school.

Yes I am busy. Again, that’s why you like me!

Idk I’m rambling I know I’m sorry I’m just upset and I want this to work but for it to work I need some things to change

And there it is guys. The beautiful cognitive dissidence.

(hey I’m guilty of that too sometimes)

Or perhaps she was on her period?

Regardless of the reason, it’s still nutter.

She likes me, but thinks I have to change. How the fuck doesn’t she see that, if I change she won’t like me anymore!

And also, why not change yourself if you think you want more? Why do I have to do anything?

Here was my response:

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I don’t care anymore if a woman gives me an ultimatum.

What exactly am I losing? Pussy? Okay. There’s an app for that.

This sort of thing has happened to me in every relationship I’ve been in. I ‘make changes’ and the woman I’m with stops liking me.

Now I’m not blaming them for that. It was me who changed. But it sure is revealing to me how women can say conflicting things like this.

I know a bunch of you just went, “Ya no shit D. Women have been saying conflicting shit like this for centuries” and to that I say, you’re right.

But I’m the type of guy who needs to see and be a part of this RP stuff. I cannot just read about it and accept that it’s true. An RP lens on life is tough but necessary.

I tried my hardest to not come off as boyfriend material. She made several efforts to go on trips with me, eg. camping, road trip, and overnight in a hotel. All are fun things. But I didn’t want to be doing that in the middle of the semester. So I cancelled.

My reason was I was busy with school. Yes, it’s shitty when someone cancels plans with you, but hey, that’s life.

We would have great sex. She called me daddy. But there was no way in hell this broad was more than a sex friend. This is probably why.

She’s 21 and parties a lot. I cannot keep up with that. I’m okay with that.

I guess that’s the last time I’ll hear from….

..wait a minute, what’s that?

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About four weeks later I get a, “Hey.”

No Contact Game is real.

I’ve been busy so, we’ll see if we hook up again. Only time will tell.

What did you guys think of my response?

What would you have said?

Have you guys ever had this happen to you as well?

Lets us know and spread the word in the comments below.

Further Reading:
  1. The Talk
  2. The Gatekeepers
  3. The Paradox of Commitment
  4. Ultimatum (I swear I didn’t know Rollo had a post titled that before posting mine ha)

Change Agents Engaging In Recreational Outrage

*They are not SJWs throwing a fit, they are Change Agents engaging in Recreational Outrage.*

My two new favorite words are:

  1. Change Agents
  2. Recreational Outrage
What is a SJW?

 Taken from Vox Day’s “SJWs Always Lie: Taking Down the Thought Police” – Castalia House, Kindle Edition:

They are the Social Justice Warriors, the SJWs, the self-appointed thought police who have been running amok throughout the West since the dawn of the politically correct era in the 1990s. Their defining characteristics are:

  • a philosophy of activism for activism’s sake
  • a dedication to rooting out behavior they deem problematic, offensive, or unacceptable in others
  • a custom of primarily identifying individuals by their sex, race, and sexual orientation
  • a hierarchy of intrinsic morality based on the identity politics of sex, race, and sexual orientation
  • a quasi-religious belief in equality, diversity, and the inevitability of progress
  • an assumption of bad faith on the part of all non-social justice warriors
  • an opinion that motivation matters more than consequences
  • a certainty that they are the only true and valid defenders of the oppressed
  • a habit of demanding that their opinions be enshrined as social customs and law
  • a tendency to possess a left-wing political identity
  • a willingness to deny science, history, logic, their past words, or any other aspect of reality that contradicts their current Narrative.

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What is a Change Agent?

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We can start to see the similarities in Vox’s definition of a SJW and the definition of a Change Agent from the School of Social Justice (you can notice the different perspectives):

“…a list of procedures that must change in order for us to achieve our business goals” (SSJ)


“a dedication to rooting out behavior they deem problematic, offensive, or unacceptable in others” (Vox)


“…students can be change agents in learning and teaching.” (SSJ)


“a certainty that they are the only true and valid defenders of the oppressed” (Vox)

What is Recreational Outrage?

I thought that I first heard the term, “Recreational Outrage” in Joe Rogan’s latest podcast episode with Milo. I rewatched the first part of it and could not find the quote from either guy. Maybe Milo just talked too fast and I missed it, or, they never said it.

Either way check out that podcast episode, it is great.

A quick Google search took me to a forum thread (from 2005):

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“The poster derives (recreational) satisfaction from expressing outrage and moral indignation, frequently including a sense of moral superiority, thus differentiating Recreational Outrage from other forms of outrage.”

A SJW Change Agent thinks they are effected by some issue. But they actually are not. They feel like they are. When they feel effected they “express righteous indignation” and a sense of “moral superiority” that makes them feel even better.

Becuase they actually have no stake in the matter and feel better about expressing their stupid thoughts, Change Agents are blindly engaging in Recreational Outrage.

Welcome to the School of Social Justice

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is a participatory capacity building initiative for new and experienced change agents to strengthen the social policy analysis, community organizing, and action on social, political and economic justice

a broader vision for equity and justice for all Canadians through a transformational process for sector practitioners to become empowered leaders of social change in their communities as they become stronger champions for their clients and communities as well as a resource for the Council

When I read those sentences they do not make much sense to me. Linguistically yes, but they are empty semtences. No value and it lacks explanation (on purpose?)

It is almost as if they know that it lacks substance and actionable steps to do anything (like a lot of the millenials that support social justice). Just things they are going to do and build upon. Nothing that they have actually done or accomplished.

The powers that be will rebrand SJW to Change Agents.

When yet another student covers themselves in blood, distrups a speaker from giving a lecture, protests so called “racisim” for the sake of protesting, or throws insults and labels around like they no longer mean anything, just remember – this “positive” social change and moral superiority has been brought to you by your local School of Social Justice agency members.

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Own Your Mistakes

*Hot! Knife! Behind! Order up!*

When I was 22 I worked at a fine dining restaurant as a line cook. It was ‘open concept’. The kitchen was ‘open’ to the rest of the restaurant.

30 + tables could see us cook and hear us laugh, swear, and yell.

A Friday night in the mid-2000s in July, (one of the hottest nights we had on record in my city) I was working at the restaurant in question – salad and dessert section. I would put together spinach salads and creme brules.

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Our spinach salad was made with pecans, dressing, and large spinach.

I plated a salad and put it up in the window. I turn to get something out of the fridge and I hear from the other end of the line:

“Who THE FUCK made this spinach salad?!?” said the head chef/owner (he was visiting and helping us cook).

I did not hesitate. I put my hand up, “I did.”

The cooks, servers, and rest of the people in the restaurant turned and looked at me.

“Don’t you EVER put that many pecans on there again!” said the head chef.

“Okay.” I said. Face went red. I was sure I was going to be fired.

The dinner rush ended. We cleaned up and went home.

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That night when I was falling asleep I thought I was going to wake up and not have a job the next morning.

I woke up. No phone call or message. I still had my job.

Same deal as before – night time dinner rush on the weekend in the middle of the summer in a hot kitchen.

I plated a spinach salad. Turned to get something from the fridge then I hear, “Who THE FUCK made this spinach salad?!?” the head chef said.

I did not hesitate. I put my hand up, “I did.”

“Everyone stop cooking.” said the head chef.

He looked up and down the line at all the cooks, “THIS is how you make a proper spinach salad. D, good job.”

I was barely able to hold back a smile.

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After the dinner rush, and when the restaurant emptied out a bit, the owner gave us cooks 2 cases of beer to drink.

Respect earned.

I knew that night and I knew growing up – the quicker you own up to your mistakes the faster the problem can be resolved.

Speak up. Don’t throw anyone under the bus. Take responsibility for your actions.

You do not need to apologize every time you make a mistake. Everyone makes them everyday. But you’ll never learn from failure if you cannot accept that you fucked up in the first place.

Learn from your mistakes, own them, and continue refining your character to become the best version of yourself you can be.

*Hot! Knife! Behind! Order up!*

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What is the Regressive Left?

“The reason I feel naming them is important is because I now view these regressives as the Left’s version of the Tea Party”


If you found your way here you most likely have heard the term, “Regressive Left” come up in either youtube videos, on a cool twitter feed, or in a blog post from one of your favourite writers. I have heard of it through all three channels.

First, here are some quotes from public figures that are speaking out against PC/Far Left Liberal culture. This will give you a broad understanding of the term.

From Maajid Nawaz:


There’s a section within the left. I refer to them as the regressive left and I want to clarify I don’t mean all of those on the left. I mean a section that have come to the view for the sake of political correctness, for the sake of tolerating what they believe is other cultures and respecting different lifestyles. They have an inherent hesitation to challenge some of the bigotry that can occur…

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How to Write a Book Review by Seth Rose

I’ve started a new blog called, NORTHERNWILD. I recently turned 30 years old… and I don’t know shit about politics. The purpose of this new writing project is for me (and others like me) to learn more about politics and culture.

In order for me to give you guys content on the new blog, and for me to learn more, I’ve grabbed some books for me to do reviews on. Books like:

“What’s Left?: How Liberals Lost Their Way” by Nick Cohen

“Cuckservative: How “Conservatives” Betrayed America” by Vox Day, John Red Eagle and Mike Cernovich

“Islam and the Future of Tolerance – A Dialogue” by Sam Harris and Maajid Nawaz

“SJWs Always Lie” by Vox Day

“A Renegade History of the United States” by Thaddeus Russell

“FIRE’s Guide to Free Speech on Campus” by FIRE

*Any other books you would recommend?

The Reviewer

Seth Rose is a writer and owner of Masculine Books. Taken from the about page:

“my mission with Masculine Books is to wade through great books and to give you recommendations to help cultivate your masculinity.”

Sounds good to me.

I had purchased Vox day’s “SJWs Always Lie” but hadn’t really put any effort into reading it yet. Seth’s review of the book got me excited to read it and I should be done the book by the end of the month (pending school work doesn’t get to hectic).


I enjoyed the review so much that I felt an urge to ask how Seth does his magic.

Here is a short twitter-DM exchange (with his permission) between him and I:

25 Dec 2015


Hey Seth, I quite enjoy your reviews. I’ve got some books on the go and I was wondering, what’s your formula? How do you write them so well?

26 Dec 2015


Thank you, I appreciate the flattery. The answer is cliché, but true: Practice. I’ve written probably close to 100 reviews now on various sites, and have gotten much better. I’d suggest writing a review for every book you read on your blog. As for practical tips 1.) Take a lot of quotes and build thoughts around them 2.) Crack a few jokes when appropriate 3.) Should be 1000+ words 4.) Read good books (then good reviews write themselves!). If you’re interested in writing reviews regularly I could consider bringing you on as a paid writer…again, if you’re interested no pressure

26 Dec 2015


Those are great tips Seth, thank you. I’ve got some reviews on my blog (here, here, herehere, here and here), manoshpere/RP books, but I would like to branch out slightly.

26 Dec 2015


Yeah, that’s fine too. Maybe in the next few months we could do that. In the mean time, feel free to tweet at me or send me the links to your reviews and I’ll take a look. I’d also avoid putting too much pressure on yourself–they’re just reviews!

26 Dec 2015


Next few months, good idea. I’ll be going to school during that time, it could be a fun side project. Thanks again Seth. Talk to you soon.

26 Dec 2015


For sure. Keep in touch.

How to Write a Book Review by Seth Rose
  • Take a lot of quotes and build thoughts around them
  • Crack a few jokes when appropriate
  • Should be 1000+ words
  • Read good books (then good reviews write themselves!)
  • Avoid putting too much pressure on yourself–they’re just reviews!
GO Read, GO Write

After reading his reviews and chatting with Seth I feel confident that I will provide value (while also having fun) in my future book reviews and on my new writing-project blog.

Do you have any other tips that perhaps we missed?

You know what to do. Let’s hear what you have to say.

(P.S. If anyone is interested in guest posing on NORTHERNWILD feel free to contact me through the comments here, on the other blog or on twitter.)