- May 5, 2023
A based medieval song by a proto-incel on women.
About the author of the poem, Arunagirinathar:
This guys life was just depressing. He was born so ugly and deformed that his own mother shunned him and his brothers tried to kill him after their friends made fun of them.
because of shitskin customs, he was betrothed to a 1 year old female when he was 2 years old. They didnt see each other until their marrage when he was 17. When she first saw him, the foid apparently broke down in tears and fainted. She refused to have sex with him and repeatedly told him to go kill himself. His mother-in-law also did the same. one day he comes home to find that his wife is pregnant despite her NEVER touching him. So he decides to kill himself by roping himself, when he supposedly gets saved by lord murugan.
About the song:
The first half just talks about how women are deceptive. When he says their eyes are like an empty sea, he implies that that is nothing behind those eyes (ie their minds are empty). He advocated the theory that women are more like automata led by their emotions and lusts, unable to comprehend much beyond that (like npcs).
In the second half, starting at 02.02, he tells the story of the Chola crown prince, who met his downfall because of a woman. The heartless woman dares him and his bunch of chad friends that she would fuck the one who dares to drive their chariot into a large herd of cows and their calves. The crown prince filled with lust does exactly that and meets his downfall.
An interesting thing about this crown prince, is the fact that he was the younger son of the King. The older son, who was rightfully the heir, was kept away and hidden because he was ugly and deformed until his brothers death. The younger son was handsome, and preferred by the public, and so was chosen to be the heir. Later poets wrote that this incident was divine retribution for breaking succession rules on the grounds of earthly matters.
Moral of the story is a medieval curry warns that foids are worthless npcs