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  • Let's talk about the women because a lot of people know you because of the women.

    我們說說女人吧,因為很多人知道你是因為女人。

  • I mean, it all started.

    我的意思是,這一切都開始了。

  • It is love with let throwing the points off the roof will know that you know, the trying to impress them with the instagram stuff and whatever.

    這是愛與讓扔分的屋頂會知道,你知道,試圖打動他們的instagram的東西和什麼。

  • You started posting like the guns.

    你開始像槍一樣發帖。

  • But then you said the girls got more and then later the cannabis got more, which we'll get to Yes, I mean, initially it was it was kind of lifestyle stuff.

    但後來你說女孩們得到了更多,後來大麻得到了更多,我們將得到的是,我的意思是,最初是它是一種生活方式的東西。

  • And then I put the girl stuff in there to, um and it's funny because the jealousy was actually more of a driving force than anything else.

    然後我把女孩的東西在那裡, 嗯,這很有趣,因為嫉妒 實際上是更多的驅動力 比其他任何東西。

  • Um, if girls see other hot girls that are interested in you, it's, you know, I think the most powerful, like driving factor, like more so than the money and the fame and all the others.

    嗯,如果女孩看到其他熱女孩 這是對你感興趣, 這是,你知道,我認為最強大的, 像驅動因素,喜歡更多,所以比錢 和名氣和所有其他。

  • Well, maybe not more than fame.

    好吧,也許不比名氣大。

  • Trump card.

    王牌。

  • But he said, fame like 100 X's things crazy things like, Yeah, it's a crazy thing.

    但他說,名氣像100X的東西瘋狂的事情,如,是的,這是一個瘋狂的事情。

  • Like situations that would never happen otherwise.

    像這樣的情況,否則絕對不會發生。

  • Yeah, Is it now out of it now have a life of its own.

    是啊,它現在出了它現在有自己的生活。

  • I mean, can you control it?

    我的意思是,你能控制它嗎?

  • now.

    現在。

  • Yeah, there's no stopping it.

    是的,沒有人可以阻止它。

  • Now.

    現在就去

  • You know, the train has left the station.

    你知道,火車已經離開了車站。

  • So I got in post for, like, a month or two and figured like it would kind of go, and it just not going, okay?

    所以,我得到了在崗位上一樣,一兩個月 並認為像它會種去, 它只是沒有去,好嗎?

  • And the women that are around.

    而身邊的女人。

  • Well, first of all, you probably heard connections with Hugh Hefner.

    好吧,首先,你可能聽說過和休-海夫納的關係。

  • Are you the modern day Hugh Hefner?

    你是現代的休-海夫納嗎?

  • And like that image one guy with, like, eight women like you do, or half does.

    就像那個畫面一樣,一個人帶著,像你這樣的八個女人,或者一半的女人。

  • I mean, that does everyone's head in, right?

    我的意思是,這確實每個人的頭,對不對?

  • And in the Puritan America with, you know, family values, You know?

    而在清教徒的美國,你知道, 家庭價值觀,你知道嗎?

  • Why is that such a hard thing for people get their head around.

    為什麼大家就這麼難以接受呢。

  • What do you telling them?

    你跟他們說什麼?

  • I don't know.

    我不知道。

  • I mean, it's I think, like, recently, society has said certain things are OK and certain things air Superbad that had been going on for, like, thousands of years.

    我的意思是,它是我認為,像,最近, 社會已經說,某些事情是確定的 和某些事情的空氣Superbad 這已經持續了,像,幾千年。

  • Like back in the day.

    就像以前一樣。

  • I mean, it was normal for a person to have more than one wife.

    我的意思是,一個人有不止一個妻子是很正常的。

  • Um, you know, not that long ago.

    嗯,你知道,不是很久以前。

  • If you you know, if you want a battle, you would rape and pillage, and you would steal stuff from the ability to have sex with women, and that was fine.

    如果你你知道,如果你想打仗,你會強姦掠奪,你會偷東西的能力,和女人做愛,這很好。

  • And now, I mean, that would be crazy war crimes.

    而現在,我的意思是,這將是瘋狂的戰爭罪。

  • And I just think of the last 100 years things have just changed a lot.

    我只是覺得過去的100年裡,事情發生了很大的變化。

  • Um, but I think it's I think it's more normal than people lead on.

    嗯,但我認為這是... ...我認為這是更正常的 比人們導致上。

  • I mean, if you look at it in the Animal Kingdom, I mean, there's one stud animal that has sex with, you know, most of the females.

    我的意思是,如果你看看它在動物王國, 我的意思是,有一個種馬動物,有性 與,你知道,大多數的女性。

  • And I think in our society it's actually, you know, that is actually what happens.

    我認為在我們的社會中,實際上,你知道,這實際上是發生了什麼。

  • This is not necessarily broadcasted as much.

    這不一定是播得多。

  • It's not kind of put out there, but I think 5% of the guys have sex with, like, pretty much all the girls.

    這不是一種放在那裡, 但我認為5%的男人有性行為 與一樣,幾乎所有的女孩。

  • So I think it's been happening, and I think it happens like that.

    所以,我認為它一直在發生,我認為它是這樣發生的。

  • I just think, um, you know, before social media, I don't think it was as public, you know, I don't think.

    我只是覺得,嗯,你知道,在社交媒體之前,我不認為它是公開的,你知道,我不認為。

  • And I also think it's kind of it's a little bit counterproductive to post about it because I think a lot of these guys, you know would do it a little bit more on the slick.

    我也認為這是一種... ...它是一個有點適得其反的發佈關於它,因為我認為很多這些傢伙,你知道會做更多一點的光滑。

  • Um, and I've always just been like fuck it, like I just I always tell the girls a true So I never lied about anything, Um, which surprisingly made it easier, actually, because then I don't know, like, if you like, if you ask me or let's say if I asked my girl like a girl that I was dating like, Hey, how many guys you have sex with last week and she told me I was like, six guys last week.

    嗯,我一直只是喜歡他媽的, 像我只是... ...我總是告訴女孩一個真實的 所以,我從來沒有騙任何東西, 嗯,這竟然使它更容易,其實, 因為那時我不知道,喜歡,如果你喜歡, 如果你問我,或者說,如果我問我的女孩 像一個女孩,我約會一樣, 嘿,有多少人,你有性行為 上週,她告訴我,我很喜歡, 六人上週。

  • I know she's telling me the truth, right, because, like, no girl, like lie in that direction, you know?

    我知道她告訴我真相,對吧,因為,像,沒有女孩,喜歡在那個方向撒謊,你知道嗎?

  • Or if I said how many guys get set for their whole life?

    或者說如果我說有多少人一輩子被套路?

  • She told me, You know, 537.

    她告訴我,你知道,537。

  • Like I would know she's telling me the truth.

    就像我知道她說的是實話一樣。

  • So I think when these girls ask me questions that I tell him answers that they normally wouldn't want to hear.

    所以我覺得當這些女生問我問題的時候,我告訴他的答案,他們通常不會想聽。

  • It builds trust.

    它建立了信任。

  • So it's like a strange thing.

    所以這就像一件奇怪的事情。

  • Um, but it's, you know, it's a little counterintuitive.

    嗯,但它的,你知道,這是一個有點反直覺。

  • And why do they stay?

    那他們為什麼要留下來呢?

  • Why do they stay?

    他們為什麼要留下來?

  • I think different reasons.

    我想不同的原因。

  • You know, some of them want to be famous.

    你知道,他們中的一些人想成名。

  • Some of them are having fun, some of them genuinely like me.

    他們有的在玩,有的真心喜歡我。

  • Some of them, um, just enjoy the lifestyle.

    有些人,嗯,只是享受生活方式。

  • Some of them are there for the adventure.

    他們中的一些人是為了冒險。

  • Some of them were there because they're not supposed to be there.

    有些人在那裡是因為他們不應該在那裡。

  • Ah, lot of them come because they have broken up with a boyfriend and want to piss him off.

    啊,很多人是因為和男朋友分手了,想惹他生氣才來的。

  • That's like the number one, I think, Um, but yes, a lot of different reasons.

    這就像第一,我想,嗯,但是是的,很多不同的原因。

  • I would say, How does one get to your house?

    我想說,怎麼去你家?

  • A za Chire girl girl girl.

    A za Chire girl girl girl.

  • It's kind of tough, like, I don't really You know, they got to know somebody Or, you know, sometimes the D M's work.

    這是一種艱難的,就像,我真的不知道, 他們必須知道的人,或者,你知道,有時D&M的工作。

  • Um, we've got, you know, we got a lot of photographers that work for us.

    嗯,我們已經得到了,你知道, 我們得到了很多攝影師,為我們工作。

  • Maybe through that, but it's easier now, Like I think back in the day, if a girl wanted to get in touch with a celebrity was kind of difficult, like she had to know somebody her manager to set that up.

    也許通過這個,但現在更容易,就像我認為在過去,如果一個女孩想獲得與名人的聯繫是一種困難的,就像她必須知道某人,她的經理設置。

  • But now they can just go straight to the source and his d m.

    但現在他們可以直接去找源頭和他的d m。

  • Um, and it's true for me to like I actually watched this show Iron Cowboy the other day.

    嗯,對我來說是真的,喜歡我前幾天真的看了《鋼鐵牛仔》這個節目。

  • This guy did 50 Iron Man triathlons in 50 days and 50 states.

    這傢伙在50天內參加了50個州的鐵人三項賽。

  • Have you just see that?

    你剛才看到了嗎?

  • Yeah, it was like this crazy thing.

    是啊,這就像這個瘋狂的事情。

  • And I watched this documentary and I was like, Holy shit like that.

    我看了這部紀錄片,我當時就想,我的天啊,這樣的。

  • That's insane.

    這是瘋了。

  • Like this guy.

    就像這個傢伙。

  • You know, that 50 fucking Ironman triathlon than 50 days and 50 states And, like the previous record was 30 in a year, which is set by him.

    你知道,那50他媽的鐵人三項比50天和50個州,而且,像以前的記錄是30在一年內,這是由他設置。

  • City, 50 consecutive ones was just, like, absurd.

    市,連續50個實在是,太荒唐了。

  • And I have d m and the guy and I was ago, like, you know, super impressed, like they actually like, motivated me to start doing more cardio again.

    我有D米和傢伙,我是前, 喜歡,你知道,超級印象深刻, 像他們其實喜歡,激勵我開始做 更多的有氧運動了。

  • Um, And then the guy hit me back and, you know, we started talking.

    嗯,然後這個傢伙打我回來,你知道,我們開始說話。

  • It was just like, you know, it's just kind of like crazy to have that access, you know, like, you could watch a movie and, you know, hit somebody up or, you know, like I mean, you know, tons of famous people like I could just immediately connect with them.

    這就像,你知道,這只是一種像瘋狂 有這樣的訪問,你知道,像,你可以看電影,你知道, 打人了,或者,你知道,像我的意思是,你知道, 成噸的名人一樣,我可以只是立即與他們聯繫。

  • And so that is One of the interesting things about social media is that it gives girls access so taken, you know, they wanna hook up with these celebrities.

    所以這是一個有趣的事情 關於社交媒體 是,它給女孩訪問 所以採取,你知道,他們想 鉤與這些名人。

  • They can now, So a lot of the girls will just, you know, DME and it'll happen pretty seamlessly.

    他們現在可以,所以很多女孩只是,你知道,DME,它會發生相當無縫。

  • Are you always looking for more girls or is it like a cap or you have too many?

    你是一直在尋找更多的女孩,還是像一個上限或你有太多的?

  • It's money and girls like a black hole.

    是錢和女孩像黑洞一樣。

  • There's just never I feel like there's never enough.

    只是我覺得永遠都不夠。

  • Like Like you just never feel like you have enough money.

    就像你永遠都不會覺得自己有足夠的錢。

  • You never feel like you've hooked up enough girls.

    你永遠不會覺得你已經勾搭了足夠多的女孩。

  • I don't know.

    我不知道。

  • It's a weird.

    這是一個奇怪的。

  • And that's still the case today.

    而今天的情況依然如此。

  • Um, yeah, yeah.

    嗯,是的,是的。

  • I mean, I'm a little overloaded right now, but I feel like you're still like, I don't know.

    我的意思是,我有點超載 現在,但我覺得你還是喜歡,我不知道。

  • I mean, every time, every girl's difference.

    我的意思是,每一次,每個女孩的差異。

  • So it's always a different experience, you know?

    所以總是有不同的體驗,你知道嗎?

  • Would you say you're addicted to sex?

    你會說你對性上癮嗎?

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • And you've known that for a while.

    而你早就知道了。

  • Um, I think I'd like come to terms that recently, Um, maybe the last, like, three years.

    嗯,我想我想來的條款, 最近,嗯,也許最後,喜歡,三年。

  • Okay.

    好吧,我知道了

  • You found a weight like a functional addict.

    你找到了一個像功能性癮君子一樣的體重。

  • I was a functional alcoholic for many years.

    我是一個功能性的酒鬼,多年來。

  • It's a weird addiction, because this one that, like, I feel like a lot of guys would have, but they just can't, you know, it's like, uh, you know, I think most it's weird.

    這是一個奇怪的癮, 因為這個一樣,我覺得 像很多人都會有, 但他們只是不能, 你知道,這就像,呃,你知道, 我認為大多數這是奇怪的。

  • Almost all guys, if, like, don't have as much sex as they would want, like, and that that goes for, like, even the 5%.

    幾乎所有的人,如果,喜歡,不 有儘可能多的性,因為他們想, 喜歡,這也適用於,喜歡,甚至5%。

  • I think, Yeah, I think that's why they watch you.

    我想,是的,我想這就是為什麼他們會觀察你。

  • Well, I'm saying, like, even the 5% of guys that are having sex with all the girls, like even the super famous guys, like they're still I in fact, like a lot of those guys chases.

    好吧,我想說的是,就像,即使是5%的傢伙,是有性行為的所有女孩,就像即使是超級有名的傢伙,就像他們仍然我事實上,就像很多這些傢伙的追逐。

  • Muchas the guy at the bar that has sex once a year.

    就像酒吧裡那個每年都要做一次愛的人一樣。

  • Um, so and, uh, thing what?

    嗯,所以,呃,事情是什麼?

  • Your thoughts on marriage, Um, you know, I don't see a ton of upside in it for, um, you know, a guy in my position.

    你對婚姻的想法,嗯,你知道,我不認為一噸 在它的上升空間,嗯,你知道,一個人在我的位置。

  • But I guess if I live in the Midwest and wanted to have a family and you want have kids, it would make sense.

    但我想,如果我住在中西部,想成家立業,而你又想生孩子,那就有意義了。

  • But it was It's a gamble on 50% of your assets.

    但這是在賭你50%的資產。

  • It's a big bet.

    這是個大賭注。

  • Miami analysis.

    邁阿密分析。

  • You know, you're betting that you're gonna love her forever, and I mean, you're also involved in the government.

    你知道,你在賭你會永遠愛她,我的意思是,你也參與了政府的工作。

  • Like if you want to get a divorce, you have to ask the government for permission.

    就像你想離婚,就得向政府請示。

  • So I don't know.

    所以我不知道。

  • I think like I think just that dynamic alone makes both people feel like kind of trapped in the situation a little bit.

    我覺得像我覺得光是這種動態就會讓兩個人都覺得有點陷進去的感覺。

  • So, um, I think when you put somebody in a situation where they can't escape or they have no out, it makes them kind of want to get out.

    所以,嗯,我想當你把一個人放在一個他們無法逃脫或沒有出路的情況下,這讓他們有點想出去。

  • I don't have to just think the whole kind of ideas a little bit flawed.

    我不必只是覺得整個那種想法有點瑕疵。

  • So there's a lot of these, like invisible contracts that we have, like marriage or boyfriends and being faithful.

    所以,有很多這樣的,就像我們的隱形合同,比如婚姻或男朋友和忠誠。

  • And, you know, if the marriage wants to invisible right, that's like kind of like a visible.

    而且,你知道,如果婚姻想隱形的權利,這就像一種像可見的。

  • But you got to go to court.

    但你得上法庭

  • I mean, that's what I'm saying, the whole process, like if you just like if you catch her fucking the plumber, it's not like you could just walk like No, you have to go to court.

    我的意思是,這就是我要說的, 整個過程中,就像如果你只是喜歡... ...如果你抓住她他媽的水管工, 它不喜歡你可以只是走像不, 你必須去法院。

  • You've talked the government.

    你已經跟政府談過了。

  • You have to give her a certain amount like give the agree on.

    你要給她一定的金額,比如給同意。

  • It's that the whole process, right?

    這就是整個過程,對吧?

  • Like just split up the house.

    就像剛分好的房子。

  • I mean, it's it's just so different than dating.

    我的意思是,它的它只是如此不同 比約會。

  • It's just so many more serious implications.

    只是多了這麼多嚴重的影響。

  • And you said even before that some people are just in relationships and they stay in them because they just, you know, don't have better options and they're just trying todo research.

    你之前也說過,有些人只是在關係中,他們留在其中,因為他們只是,你知道,沒有更好的選擇,他們只是想做研究。

  • Yeah, no, I think you kind of blow through.

    是啊,不,我覺得你有點吹過。

  • All of those things was laziness.

    這些事情都是懶惰。

  • I think that's probably one of the If I already say the main reason people stand relationships.

    我想這可能是如果我已經說了人們站在關係的主要原因之一。

  • I think this laziness because I think there's a decent madam that are unhappy or that would be happy or somebody else.

    我覺得這種懶惰,因為我覺得有一個體面的夫人,都是不快樂的,或者是會快樂的,或者是別人。

  • But they're kind of, you know, they're afraid of the unknown or they're comfortable or whatever.

    但他們有點,你知道的,他們害怕未知的東西,或者他們很舒服或者什麼的。

  • Um, they just don't want to go out and find somebody better or find somebody more compatible so they just get stuck in the routine.

    嗯,他們只是不想出去找更好的人 或者找更合適的人,所以他們只是停留在常規。

  • I think that's what happens to a lot of people in their lives.

    我想這是很多人生活中的遭遇。

  • They just get stuck in a routine, and then they wake up one day in their 40 and they've been doing the same fucking thing every day.

    他們只是被困在一個程序中, 然後他們在40歲的某一天醒來, 他們一直在做同樣的他媽的每天的事情。

  • And they look at my instagram and say, Oh, shit, you know, here's a guy that's doing something different all the time.

    他們看著我的Instagram說,哦,媽的,你知道,這是個一直在做不同事情的人。

  • He's you know, he's living outside the box experiencing something new.

    他... ...你知道,他是生活在盒子外面... ...體驗新的東西。

  • He's having sex with different girls, is traveling different places, you know, who knows what is going to do next.

    他和不同的女孩發生了性關係,正在旅行不同的地方,你知道,誰知道下一步要做什麼。

  • And so I think that's part of the appeal.

    所以我認為這也是吸引力的一部分。

  • Is that you know, it's unorthodox.

    是你知道的,它是非正統的。

Let's talk about the women because a lot of people know you because of the women.

我們說說女人吧,因為很多人知道你是因為女人。

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WHY I'M A POLYGAMIST: Dan Bilzerian Talks About His Sex Life & How He Keeps Multiple Women Happy

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2020 年 08 月 20 日
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