The Bathtub Home

An American woman has turned a gargantuan bathtub with no drain into her dream home. The only problem is that once flooded, the water will rise to the ceiling, submerging everything and everyone inside.

Sitting on the roof of the house, beside the chimney, is a man with a cup of water and a medicine dropper. He releases one drop of water down the chimney every second without stopping. When he gets tired, another man takes over the duty, resulting in a continuous drip drop into the house—a house that the woman wants to live in until her last days.

It takes several months for the woman to notice her carpets are soaked. Her toes remain in a permanent state of prunage and now she is becoming quite bothered, but as of yet, does nothing about the problem.

Three months later, the water rises up to the middle of her shins. Her cat, sadly, drowns to death. Once she discovers that there are men releasing water into her bathtub home, one drop at a time, she calls the police. Due to a loophole in the law, she is told that dropping water into a home is not against the law. The police can do nothing. She calls the mayor of the town to change the law, but this takes time, and in the meanwhile the water level is rising. Not long after, her electricity becomes shorted. She must recharge her iPhone in Starbucks. She hates coming home to a dark home every night after a hard day’s work as an office clerk.

She becomes so mad that she hires mercenaries to kill the man on the roof, but as soon as one is murdered, another comes to take his place, and after several killings, she can no longer afford the assassinations. For some unknown reason, the woman refuses to bail the water out. The men should be forced to stop and remove the water they put into my home, she says, stomping her foot on the ground like an angry child. It’s a matter of principle, she shouts with indignation. This should not be happening! The problem should simply go away without me having to do anything!

I have spent time on the roof of this home. Every time I publish a post, out comes one drop. Every time I have sex with a foreign woman, out comes ten drops. Every time I release a book, out comes twenty. Other men, similar to me, resume water duty when I’m away. In fact, in the past six months, I notice there is a growing queue down the block of men who are waiting for their turn to release drops of water into the house. A blog comment releases a drop. A man who tells his friend about the red pill releases a drop. A man who gets called a “misogynist” releases a drop. A new blog started by a man who got burned by an unfair divorce judgement releases several more.

The drops are slow, but they are steady, and the woman inside the bathtub home is starting to panic because so much water is accumulating. She is faced with three options: deal with the men on the roof, find out where the water wants to go, or say goodbye to her dream home. I wonder what she will pick, but until then, I will continue to release drops of water into her home. Maybe, either on this day or the next, I will see you on the roof.

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  1. John Rambo July 3, 2013 at 9:24 am

    How many thousands of gallons of water did my Boycott American Women blog release into the feminist’s bathtub house?

  2. Tampa July 3, 2013 at 9:33 am

    I’ve said this a few times. I have about six truly close friends. All good looking guys, making decent income and what you would define as “productive members of society.” They all range in age of 30 to 36. What I find amazing is that five of those six guys are either not in a relatinship at all, or in a relationship that is not even close to marriage. Most of them are just banging away late 20 year old chicks and living in one bedroom places enjoying life.

    There is almost no discussion among us about why we aren’t married and do we want to get married. I personally never bring it up but I think it’s telling of the generational change that is happening before our very eyes. Major shifts are going on in society man…. People aren’t seeing the benefits of long term committment. I think all of us would like families, but what we see out in the field is not good. We see a bunch of people banging each other and very little loyalty. It’s really amazing. And I think once a guy gets north of 30 years old, he has zero desire to marry a 30+ year old woman. And those are the ones pushing for it.

    Oh yea….the sixth guy i didn’t mention. He is getting married. Wedding is in October. He is marrying this South American chick who was a nanny for this rich couple. Hilarious. Chick barely speaks english.

  3. Anonymous July 3, 2013 at 10:06 am

    how about she just drills a few holes LOL

  4. Anonymous July 3, 2013 at 10:19 am

    You should start writing short stories with a red-pill bias and publish them under a pseudonym. That would release a hurricane into the tub.

  5. earl July 3, 2013 at 10:26 am


    You have stepped up your game.

  6. Days of Broken Arrows July 3, 2013 at 10:32 am

    Great analogy.

    I’ve found slipping little Red Pill comments in Facebook posts will bring out a surprising number of agreeing opinions.

  7. Jordan July 3, 2013 at 11:13 am

    I liked this post….

  8. Deebos July 3, 2013 at 11:36 am

    Great parable, the drops shall continue until morale improves!

  9. Carlos July 3, 2013 at 11:45 am

    My only problem is that the slow drip of water drops appears to be an act of unprovoked aggression. It stops this parable being fair and thus moral (in my opinion).

    It would have been fairer if she could have invited these men or had some need for them but objected to their fundamental need to add drops of water.

    Its inconsistent with the MGTOW movement that these guys would just add drops of water without being invited by her, or her having some fundamental need for men (as they usually do through the welfare state they constantly seek to appropriate).

    The parable would be fairer if the tub was not her property yet she chose to remain in it.

    Or you could have built on the Biblical parable of the man who built his house on solid ground and the one who built his on sinking sand with the drops of water being held back by some sort of levee ?

  10. Carlos July 3, 2013 at 11:57 am

    Or each drop of water could be the consequence of every broken road she ever went down of her own volition, but just dripping water into someone’s property ? That ain’t cool.

    Also why wasn’t she prosecuted for assassinating the guys on the roof ?
    Assuming that was legal and American’s are still able to buy bullets from Walmart I think we’d run out of guys before she ran out of bullets.

  11. Sam Spade July 3, 2013 at 12:11 pm

    Dripping away.

  12. George July 3, 2013 at 1:09 pm

    The piece is ok but, man, I want you to go back to tell stories.
    I want some other “one bitch on my nuts”, “still need game to bang a slut”, or some more rape-tale Icelandic style (lol).

  13. Ollie July 3, 2013 at 1:43 pm

    Hey, angry feminist. Yes you, the one reading my comment right now after going through Roosh’s post.

    I’ve got something for you, princess:








  14. Carlos July 3, 2013 at 1:44 pm

    @12 Roosh has never raped nor advocated rape unless explicitly demanded by the slut. We are trying to build a serious movement of self – actualisation and empowerment and comments like that don’t help.

  15. litte roosh July 3, 2013 at 2:01 pm

    same ol same ol

  16. MAN OF HONOUR July 3, 2013 at 3:02 pm

    Awesome post. Thank you Roosh

  17. Curt July 3, 2013 at 3:13 pm

    Douchie article. Thought there was some upcoming newer revelatory writings in the works.

  18. nguyenimproved July 3, 2013 at 3:33 pm

    @12 yes i like those stories.
    this parable was good but too obviously a parable.
    still good though. keep firing mr roosh.

  19. George July 3, 2013 at 4:20 pm

    @14 I understand your point of view but I think Roosh is more enjoyable when he writes about game and bangs rather than when he deals with feminism, genders and stuff like that. Even because I think the more you talk about them, the more you give them importance. Girls are on this heart only to please us with blowjobs and wet pussy. Forget all the rest. Just go out and get some vagina to pound.

  20. Mark July 3, 2013 at 4:43 pm

    Habitat for Vaginity built her a home but it wasn’t fit for a godess, nor even a princess.

    So she shamed and nagged and shamed and nagged ’til they built her another. One made of sugar and spice and cakes and fairy tales and eats and prays and dicks and shades of gray and cats and stuff.

    But it was not sturdy and could not stand rain. So the robust maiden commanded the stalwarts of Habitat for Vaginity to reach out their hands, and stay the raindrops. They must forsake their dreams for the sake of Vagtopia. And so they did for fear or for shame.

    But their arms grew weary and their calloused skins thickened. And World of Warcraft was calling, and yea Occulus Rift. So, one by one they withdrew their protection.

    Drip, drip. Wow, does sugar dissolve?

    A deluge is forecast and Her Highness aghast. Avast screeched the Kracken; man up, quoth she. Stand firm ye bicycles lest her habitat be gone. All left was silence save raindrops and the mewling of catz.

    Who, pray tell, is John Galt?

    Drip, drip, drip…

  21. Mark July 3, 2013 at 4:47 pm

    Welcome back.

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  23. Anonymous July 3, 2013 at 5:19 pm

    drip drip drip

    sounds like gonorrhea

  24. Carlos July 3, 2013 at 6:14 pm

    @George Thanks, Good advice. I’m gonna tear up London hard this weekend.

  25. Carlos July 3, 2013 at 6:18 pm

    @20 – Mark
    I like that, I’m imagining the house was made of sugar and the drips were cum she invited from various men through her whorishness yet detested because cum as we all know melts sugar.

  26. AWESOME July 3, 2013 at 6:30 pm

    Roosh is simply unstoppable awesome when he writer against the sickness plague of our century – feminism

  27. Anonymous July 3, 2013 at 7:03 pm

    This is probably the dumbest thing you have ever written.

  28. Jim July 3, 2013 at 9:18 pm

    Rooshy’s internal agony is now taking “deep” philosophical forms.

  29. Norset July 3, 2013 at 9:45 pm

    Experimentation always good but as others have pointed out too many holes in your bathtub..

  30. FIGHT July 3, 2013 at 10:49 pm

    Roosh thank you for amazing new post.

    Keep them coming.

    Each one strikes a small wave of goodness,
    and soon it will be a tsunami that hopefully will erase the horror that is feminism today

  31. User July 3, 2013 at 11:31 pm

    The masculine has fallen on hard times the last 50 years. We have stopped believing in ourselves, but as Roosh points out, that’s changing. Hopefully when the masculine strikes back the hand of justice won’t be too deadly, but trust ice needs to be served.

  32. Virile Kent July 4, 2013 at 6:42 am

    Those are some patient ass vandals… Imagine climbing up there with a medicine dropper knowing that the previous dumbases got killed for doing that.

  33. Sean July 4, 2013 at 9:25 am

    Habitat for Vaginity? Laff!

  34. David H. Fucktrelle-Male Feminist Extraordinaire™ July 4, 2013 at 2:33 pm

    oh, Rooshiepoops,

    remember that time we got drunk together on Pabst like hipsters….

    remember when we both released our bladders and the streams crossed?

    those were some nice drops…

    things got kind of hazy after that, but the next morning when you made me breakfast, you said I was better than Jack donovan 🙂 😉

  35. Anonymous July 4, 2013 at 6:54 pm

    A cat would never drown to death in shin deep water. They are smart enough to get to higher ground, especially when the water is rising so gradually. You could all learn a thing or two from the wily feline.

    1. troll alert July 31, 2014 at 6:09 pm


  36. Anonymous July 6, 2013 at 12:51 am

    ^that’s true, that cat wouldn’t have drowned. What a shitty story this was.

  37. Joe Dick July 7, 2013 at 1:18 pm

    Men built the world, women just walk in it.

  38. Scandibro July 9, 2013 at 7:15 pm

    When Denmark was occupied by the germans or rather ‘invited in’ by the leftist party (those who today push most for feminism and homo stuff), there was a small, insignificant resistance movement. They carried out a few bombings and sabotages against the germans.

    The leaders at that time (the current femi-left party), spoke out against this and many in the local population were also against it. ‘It is better to keep the peace and still have some freedom’ was a very popular sentiment.

    Many of these early resistance forces were caught, imprisoned or killed.

    As the tide changed in the war against Germany – due to brave men like those early resistance forces – the screws tightened. The little freedom the danes had was taken away and the germans true nature was revealed as oppressors.

    This didn’t have the desired effect however, because now the resistance forces had grown, become organized and worse, they had begun cultivating popular sentiment so people would help them and hide them, despite not being willing themselves to make any sacrifice.

    As the war approached its end, more and more people joined the resistance as the momentum grew at home and abroad.

    Eventually the germans lost. Then out of the blue, now everyone and neighbor declared proudly that THEY had been in the resistance despite maybe only 1 in 100 actually had.

    The politicians who had sold out the country declared themselves on the side of the resistance, no punishment were given them.

    But women who had been fraternising with germans were shamed and people who had been selling and helping the germans were executed or beaten.

    Of course, many innocent people were attacked by thugs who saw an opportunity to settle their own score or rob someone with the excuse of the victim being a collaberator.

    This true account of the german occupation of Denmark is worth keeping in mind. This is how many resistance grows.

    Just remember that eventually, the weaklings who didn’t get involved when it mattered will try to claim part in the movement when it is safe to so and that the people behind the occupation will likely never get punished.

    History repeats itself, you can feel it can you not? The momentum has changed now.

    Lets just remember in the coming years not to allow criminals, posers and politicians to get away with washing away their sins.

  39. Blade July 9, 2013 at 10:17 pm

    The government can change the law, but it cannot change the truth.

  40. Lacedric Towerwood August 31, 2013 at 1:38 am

    Bitches ain’t shit playa!

  41. Puccalove69 August 20, 2015 at 6:19 pm

    Baby Girl play dumb. Care to explain?

  42. anonymous10 July 13, 2017 at 5:10 pm

    This is just stupid. The analogy is concurrently incomplete and pretentious. Sloppy writing.