Guest Manifesto: Never Regular

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Guest Manifesto: Never Regular

“The more you conform, the less likely you are to be truly interesting.” – MPM

Most people focus on role models, but it’s far more effective to do just the opposite. Find anti-models—people you don’t want to resemble. Now, who’s the ideal anti-model? The average guy. Think about it:

They go home to live in a box; they study by ticking boxes; they go to what is called “work” in a cubicle box: they drive to the grocery store to buy food in a box; they go to the gym in a box; they talk about thinking “outside the box”, and when they die they are put in a box.

The collective status quo (school, jobs, a.k.a. the system) wants to box you in. They want you to blend in with the crowd. They want to strip you of your strength, masculinity, and individuality. It’s gotten so bad in recent years that “fitting into the mold” now means physical, mental, and emotional castration. Do everything you can to avoid this. Don’t cave in to the mediocre and the uninspired.

Instead, make a commitment to excellence. Make yourself a standout and command attention. This has its obvious benefits. First and foremost, it signals that you are a person of exceptional ability and high quality. Second, it shows you to be a tastemaker of resolute individuality. Third, it increases your social standing. People want to be near other people who give off positive vibes; a buzzing, effervescent state of mind can work wonders.

“You have approach girls with snap, swagger and energy. You need to have a purpose and pitch something that is exciting, fresh and unique.” – MPM (The Six Elements of Picking Up Girls)

When you make a commitment to excellence, though, you’ll inevitably run into some resistance. But when you’re facing your “competition”, remember this: What fools call a waste of time is most often the best investment. Most “regular” guys don’t have a clue about things like custom suits, swooping model girls, intercontinental travel, speaking multiple languages, gourmet foods, big bankrolls, boutique hotels, swigging Barolo, and smoking Davidoffs—it’s all a little bit beyond their comprehension because it’s fine living in another dimension. Sure, these things aren’t “regular”, but who cares? A preoccupation with fitting in is the main obstacle to a noble, elegant, and heroic life.

“The finest moments in my life have consisted of a Custom Italian suit, a full-bodied red, a key to a penthouse suite in my pocket, a thick bankroll, a booth in a Michelin starred restaurant, a beautiful girl looking at me, hypnotized, and a lit cigarette dangling from my mouth. Moments like these are what Life is all about (and of course what happens succeeding). The rest is just bullshit.” – MPM (Smoking and Liberty for All: Pro-Smoking Quotes)

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6 Comments on "Guest Manifesto: Never Regular"

  1. The G Manifesto
    27/02/2011 at 9:04 pm Permalink

    Thanks man i need that after this week… keep them coming.


  2. The G Manifesto
    27/02/2011 at 10:33 pm Permalink

    Solid Advice. Never thought of picking anti-models, but it makes so much sense. Some things are best defined negatively.

  3. The G Manifesto
    28/02/2011 at 6:25 am Permalink

    Definitely the way to be in all areas of life.

    Express yourself in everything you do, clothes, work, hobbies etc.

  4. The G Manifesto
    28/02/2011 at 9:53 am Permalink

    Good guest Manifesto.

    There’s nothing like a shot in the arm from time to time to keep focused.

  5. The G Manifesto
    P. Bateman
    28/02/2011 at 7:31 pm Permalink

    Solid advice. I laugh at others who follow a predetermined lifestyle.

  6. The G Manifesto
    17/05/2011 at 3:38 pm Permalink

    I quote:

    “custom suits, swooping model girls, intercontinental travel, speaking multiple languages, gourmet foods, big bankrolls, boutique hotels, swigging Barolo, and smoking Davidoffs”

    Looks like the ideal depiction of a “cool guy” by the collective status quo – Hollywood action movies and hiphop clips – Exactly the stuff an average guy watches so he can dream on about what’s really missing in his life. Nice example of thinking outside the box. Commit yourself to excellence by imitating the fabricated fictional heroes of pop culture. Begone, you conformist swine, and never return to deceive the poor ignorant souls here.

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