“Ooh La La” – Rod Stewart’s Incel Anthem

“Ooh La La” by The Faces (Rod Stewart) is probably the most based and redpilled song about the stupid abuses of women that we have record of.

This is an incel anthem.

It has all of my talking points.


Poor old Grandad
I laughed at all his words
I thought he was a bitter man
He spoke of women’s ways
“They trap you, then they use you
Before you even know
Well, love is blind and you’re far too kind
Don’t ever let it show”

I wish that I knew what I know now
When I was younger
I wish that I knew what I know now
When I was stronger

The can-can such a pretty show
Will steal your heart away
But backstage back on Earth again
The dressing rooms are grey
They come on strong and it ain’t too long
‘Fore they make you feel a man
But love is blind and you soon will find
You’re just a boy again

When you want her lips, you get her cheek
Makes you wonder where you are
If you want some more then she’s fast asleep
Leaves you twinkling with the stars
Poor young grandson, there’s nothing I can say
You’ll have to learn, just like me
And that’s the hardest way, ooh la la
Ooh la la la la, yeah

I wish that I knew what I know now
When I was younger
I wish that I knew what I know now
When I was stronger

Women have set themselves up as the gatekeepers of masculinity – they make you a man. Then when they deny you, you turn back into a boy.

This is the key to life: you cannot allow your masculinity, and your sense of identity, to be based on a woman. You need to base your identity on your faith and your work, and just being good at things. You must love who you are and enjoy your life without a woman if you’re ever going to do those things with a woman. You cannot ever expect that a woman will fulfill you; they do not have that ability. What a woman is looking for is for you to fulfill her, so if you are trying the reverse, you are a faggot homo.

If you go in weak like this, women will trick you, trap you, use you, and throw you away. That is the reality. If you are not in control, she is in control, and if you go in needing something from her, you are not in control.

The thing I will correct Rod on is this: you don’t have to learn the hard way.

It is totally possible to understand the nature of women without going through this baiting and abuse cycle.