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I like this one 8 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Or a real pho restaurant near me, "Pho King Good"
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Selective service 75 comments
guest · 4 years ago
I hope liberals whine just as much as you cocksucking hillbillies did while Obama was president.
First hit is free 2 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Say my name
Where are all the hotties 47 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Right there with you
Let me tell ya, it's gonna be HUUUUUUGE 15 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Ya happy
Only in a perfect world 11 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Sikhism and Buddhism
Jack Snow 3 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Who did this?!
this pretty much sums it up 57 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Yeah demo sexual just means you're not sexually attracted to anyone until you form an emotional bond with them. Not a preference
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this pretty much sums it up 57 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Another ace here! Just to clarify, the only reason I think asexuals have tagged onto the LGBT movement is because we want visibility. No one knows what the fuck we are. And when I tell people I don't ever experience sexual attraction to ANYONE they think I'm lying, and I'm not even going to go into how hard it is to find someone who would want to date someone who's also sex-repulsed. However, I agree that I don't have it nearly as hard as someone who is gay or lesbian or trans, but it's not a label I use to be special. It's just kinda a tool we use to find other people like us and to help clarify who we are as human beings.
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Plot twist 7 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Really. It translates your chacacters using the colloquial "gonna"? Really.
Mass murder 15 comments
guest · 4 years ago
The love for Snape I believe comes from the underlying fear that he feels towards Harry. It's one of those "what could've been" things, where Snape and Harry could've been good friends in an alternate reality, but because Snape is afraid of the relationship Lily had with James, instead of honoring her memory, he can't see past the fact that Harry product of her romance with James. If he did, he'd realize Harry is much more his mother than his father, and that Snape has lost yet another chance to love Lily. It's the tragedy of his character that people like--the fact that so many things could've right for him, but that they didn't, and so that makes a lot of his actions forgivable.
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I'll kick him out 45 comments
guest · 4 years ago
It's just that straight people don't have to fight to get married or be understood. If you really want to help out in the striaght community, you could try to spread acceptance of all types of straight people (i.e., girls who sleep with lots of people, boys who want to wait till marriage)
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I'll kick him out 45 comments
guest · 4 years ago
OMG same that was the first thing I looked for we get marginalized so often
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i'd watch the shit outta this 30 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Same
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The butcher wears prada 5 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Actually, they were invented for men who rode horses, so their feet would sit comfortably in the stirrups...
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Mass murder 15 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Was anyone else mad about Snape's death or was it just me?
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Saudi Arabia's first female Olympic sprinter Kariman Abuljadayel 19 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Plus she doesn't have to worry about her hair getting in her way now
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How punny 4 comments
guest · 4 years ago
The most dramatic production of Romeo and Julliet
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Blooming Flower 1 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Truly hypnotic
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Same, curvellas 7 comments
guest · 4 years ago
a** SJW
I now have a greater respect for those working in customer service 15 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Yikes. If you want to eat wild caught, America fish, by all means, but be prepared to be limited in your options and charged more.
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Desperate student 6 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Give me an N!
Wait for it 5 comments
guest · 4 years ago
They're goldens
Fancy 4 comments
guest · 4 years ago
You must be a resident of the U.K., then, or on the upper esscelons of society (such as myself). I assure you, very few people in the United States that I know are aware than the 'pause' and 'finish' positions actually exist at all.
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Best prescription ever 3 comments
guest · 4 years ago
She wrote you a prescription for a bottle that says either "dailysex" or "dyslexia"? Either way, get a new doctor
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Great explanation of boob size 7 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Yeah I would definitely never take pepsi
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Times were sweet back then 3 comments
guest · 4 years ago
I love sitting really awkwardly when I game, too.
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Ah murder, it's such a plesant thing 2 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Tonight's the night
Lol,"why are you like this" 9 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Same
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Redefining flower language 24 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Actually, in Elizabethan England, flowers had different meanings and were like a code. Pansies were for thoughts, fennel: infidelity, roses were love and so on. You wouldn't dream of getting your date columbines (also infidelity--there must have been a lot of infidelity going on) and you CERTAINLY wouldn't give your mother roses. Just a fun fact
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Took me a minute too 27 comments
guest · 4 years ago
For all of those who really don't understand: many gay relationships have a "top" and a "bottom." One person's a top and the other's the bottom. Google it if you really still don't understand
Seriously it's not hard to do and it's not worth getting your head blown off 11 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Isn't this the bad advice mallard not the unpopular opinion puffin?
Trouble with smart people 20 comments
guest · 5 years ago
100. All IQ scores are based off this number. It's like a curve. 50% of the population will always get 100 because that's what average is
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Take that Anti-vaxxers 9 comments
guest · 5 years ago
Bless you sir
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Does it happen to anyone else or I'm just paranoid? 14 comments
guest · 5 years ago
It's called Baader-Meinhof, and it's a combination of awareness and coincidence
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Once you've gotten into a show and really like it 9 comments
guest · 5 years ago
Problems Sherlocks Fans Don't Have, edition 65
Be careful! 15 comments
guest · 5 years ago
Judging by the position of the blades in the apple and the size of that whole, this photo was created by taking out and then placing the blades in the apple, individually, rather than by any actual error in trying to slice an apple.
Give it to a women and... 18 comments
guest · 5 years ago
Source?
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Who else immediately licked their teeth? 15 comments
guest · 5 years ago
Not true. They are coated in enamel, and are not bones, but they are part of the skeletal system
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Too toasty 3 comments
guest · 5 years ago
"It's the absurdist movement of the 2010's, it looks quite comical, but it's really a reflection of the hollowness that life had for many people during that time. The movement is most closely associated with the Dadaism of the 1940's."
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Come on, for real though 6 comments
guest · 5 years ago
Here's the full article on that... 95% remains unexplored, but an estimated two thirds of marine life has been discovered.
www.usnews.com/news/articles/2012/11/15/two-thirds-of-ocean-life-remains-undiscovered-
Nope 3 comments
guest · 5 years ago
Who did this
Not always hard work 11 comments
guest · 5 years ago
Good for you?
Could have had Macbeth too 8 comments
guest · 5 years ago
Hamlet is bomb because he's super angsty all the time and he only ever hangs out with this one hommie and he wears a lot of black and gets weirdly philosophical for no reason and basically what I'm trying to say is Hamlet is 21P
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The inspiration for a great story 1 comments
guest · 5 years ago
And then the people who HAVE to wait a fricken THREE MONTHS to ruin everything: Hamlet
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goddammit you two 1 comments
guest · 5 years ago
I think you mean Grindr
American response to Brexit 5 comments
guest · 5 years ago
Tax stamps too!
Ready for the hate flow 116 comments
guest · 5 years ago
considered normal, statistically. That isn't to say there's 'wrong' with anyone who has it, or that they need to be fixed, that's only to say that most people do not have it, so it isn't considered normal.
Love all you beautiful human beings, you. If you have any questions, complaints, ask/complain :) for now, science-side out
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Ready for the hate flow 116 comments
guest · 5 years ago
Hey everyone, it's the science side of Funsubstance. You all are of course allowed to keep your own opinions, but here's what science says:
Human beings (even hermadaphrodites) have one of two chromosomes: and X or a Y. This dictates your sex. Girls are XX and boys are XY. Gender may be up to more interpretation, but as far as sex goes, you cannot biologically change what you were born with (but you can change it legally with an operation)
Some animals have more than 2 genders. Some flora, fungi specifically, have thousands, even, but this isn't the case for humans. Our chromosomes may be one of two types: nothing else.
Gender dysmorphia is currently classified as a mental disease, and you can argue over the moralities of that, but fact remains that evolutionary-wise, this would not be favored since it doesn't favor offspring, (though of course it's still possible). As far as "normal" goes, since less than 50% of the population of humans has this condition, safe to say, it is not
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omfg chill lady 12 comments
guest · 5 years ago
This is actually a niqab, for those who care
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