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Is this Napoleon syndrome? Anonymous 104218

I was hanging out with my one of my friends and her guy friend, whom I’ve never met before, came to talk to us. This one guy is very seemingly confident and was talking about how many “bitches” he gets and how much of a player he is. He also loves calling women ugly, especially those who have the audacity of being attracted to him though he is short and quite unfortunate looking himself.

I’ve never met a man with such a huge ego. Sometimes I want to burst his bubble but I’m sure someone in life will do that for him one day.

Anonymous 104222

People with napoleon complex tend to be over aggressive, this guy just sounds like a dickhead to me

Anonymous 104223

Idk if it's Napoleon syndrome, but I have noticed that time and time again, really short men have anger issues. And I mean, bad anger issues. I don't know if it's 'society' making them feel like they have to turn into dicks or what, but they have always been the most vicious and vindictive men on the planet.

Anonymous 104224

Well, reached this point, I'd say that resentment is a HUGE factor when it comes to the rise of reactionary ideologies as well as hatred towards women, not to be a moid defender, but a little innocent 12 year old child doesn't turn into a monster once he's an adult for no reason, same way a nona in here doesn't become jaded and man-hating for no reason.

It's much like dialectic materialism, but with gender, dialectical genderism/sexism? Men and Women have different reproductive goals, and reproductive instincits control such a big part of our behaviours and culture, the distinct goals and wants clash together, and the result is what we get…

Anonymous 104226

NTA in your particular case, but Napoleon syndrome as a clinical disorder is a myth.

>In 2007, a study by the University of Central Lancashire concluded that the Napoleon complex is a myth, described in terms of the theory that shorter men are more aggressive to dominate those who are taller than they are. The study discovered that short men were less likely to lose their temper than men of average height. The experiment involved subjects dueling each other with sticks, with one subject deliberately rapping the other's knuckles. Heart monitors revealed that the taller men were more likely to lose their tempers and hit back. University of Central Lancashire lecturer Mike Eslea commented that "when people see a short man being aggressive, they are likely to think it is due to his size, simply because that attribute is obvious and grabs their attention".[7]

Anonymous 104237

Honestly, at this point any psychological study that reaches interesting or counterintuitive conclusions is highly suspicious. Fraud seems too common.

Anonymous 110361

you can't blame them, most women hate short men

Anonymous 110380

I hope all men get raped by a manlet until their internal organs get punctured and they bleed to their death

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