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They're happy kids. If you think it's wrong, let *them* worry when they're older 23 comments
guest · 7 years ago
It was good until the "whore" part. Why do misogynistic slurs have to be incorporated into this?
They're happy kids. If you think it's wrong, let *them* worry when they're older 23 comments
guest · 7 years ago
I'm not sure you should say "daughter." They go by "John" and I'm not sure of their pronouns, but they could very well identify as a boy.
I must try this 5 comments
guest · 7 years ago
And incredibly misogynistic. It's not as though girls are forced to compete with each other for looks and male attention all the time, of course you'd go and provoke it amongst a group of friends for shits and giggles. Damn, what is the matter with you people?
Feminazi justice! 17 comments
guest · 7 years ago
Lol, male logic: if I say I'm a girl, they'll take me more seriously! Also, let's compare women who don't want to be systematically oppressed to genocide! Let me say some sexist bullshit from the 60's then everyone will be on my side.
But what did I expect? This is 4chan. Also, did you know that entering the room last is a sign of superiority and authority and so the ideal that men should hold open doors for women was actually created as a way for men to display their dominance over women. I thought you might like some actual facts and history with all your bullshit. :3
Importance of hair 11 comments
guest · 7 years ago
You're comparing women to animals because they don't shave their legs? At least TRY to hide the sexism.
We've all been there 10 comments
guest · 7 years ago
Different guest, but how is that bullshit? Girls are taught that we always have to say yes, so when we say "no" we have to sugarcoat it so that the guy doesn't murder us or something. That's where the whole "you're such a good friend" comes from because we can't say "I don't like you like that" because to men that's even worse and they will possibly attack us. So while "you're such a good friend" doesn't prevent all violence, it does help somewhat.
Maybe if white boys stopped murdering girls because they wouldn't have sex with them, then there would be no concept of the friend-zone (which, you're right, doesn't exist).
Some girls with curves 11 comments
guest · 7 years ago
Comparing a girl to aliens because she took selfies? Totally not dehumanizing and misogynistic at all. :3
Natural selection at its finest 13 comments
guest · 7 years ago
That "natural selection" comment borders on ableist eugenics and is kinda fucked up.
Melanism vs. Albinism 30 comments
guest · 7 years ago
It's erased because white is seen as good while black is seen as bad. It's a subset of racism and colorism.
Hands everywhere 6 comments
guest · 7 years ago
Or maybe she's an alien who has offered to take him on an adventure across space.
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How to fix one-eyed kitty 10 comments
guest · 7 years ago
They're not "fixed" by being given two eyes, they're being used for humor.
X-ray of a 900 pound man 26 comments
guest · 7 years ago
Do you know how the human body works? Hell, you don't even need a fucking medical degree, just some damn logic to see why all this fatbigotry is ridiculous.
X-ray of a 900 pound man 26 comments
guest · 7 years ago
Oh my god, you people have no idea of how human bodies work, do you? Or the social complexities behind weight gain? It's like talking to toddlers who miraculously think they're better than fat people simply because they're fat.
Idea at Wal-Mart 4 comments
guest · 7 years ago
Wow, racism, ableism, fatbigotry, classism all in one post. It's weird how people think it's okay to "joke" about murdering other people and somehow don't see that as incredibly fucked up.
I can't help it 10 comments
guest · 7 years ago
Or a cowboy.
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I heard a girl complain about her big boobs today 51 comments
guest · 7 years ago
What if I told you that being fat is fine and shaming a woman because she's too big for your liking is fucked up?
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We've all had to work for this guy at one point 12 comments
guest · 7 years ago
Do you mean: every mass corporation ever. This isn't just one guy.
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What Canadians wish for in a nutshell 28 comments
guest · 7 years ago
What I've found out is that most Canadians like to think they're superior to the U.S. and are like "well, at least we're not like America" when really their government is just as fucked up.
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Ok, have fun 6 comments
guest · 7 years ago
Lol, what is your idea of having fun? Maybe you're the problem, not her.
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Found this in a biology professor's window 5 comments
guest · 7 years ago
This just seems like some elitist bullshit.
What a hero 13 comments
guest · 8 years ago
Eh, I wouldn't mind having a Good News channel, but not fluff. That seems annoying. I think a brief video or picture that could be put with the caption "faith in humanity restored" or some such would be nice. But fluff sounds awful.
brace yourselfs 17 comments
guest · 8 years ago
Two years since the last movie and six years since the last book. IT'S ABOUT TIME.
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the author got lazy 11 comments
guest · 8 years ago
I love how this combines two of my favorite fandoms and my incessant sarcasm and impatience with the human race and its stupidity. Truly a beautiful post.
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My love life 8 comments
guest · 8 years ago
Who needs love when you have Krabbypatties?
Scary truth 9 comments
guest · 8 years ago
Japan here I come!
Light at the end of the tunnel 30 comments
guest · 8 years ago
But the aliens! He would be setting an awful example for the human race.
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The true evil 9 comments
guest · 8 years ago
(sorry it cut me off, here's the rest)
candle burns itself out just like a flaming torch does. I choose my own way to burn."
So, among a similar mindset but I just prefer Sophie Scholl's because it's so dramatic and it has more to it.
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The true evil 9 comments
guest · 8 years ago
There's this one quote by Sophie Scholl that I adore and says something along these lines:
"The real damage is caused those millions who want to 'survive'. The honest men who just want to be left in peace. Those who don't want their little lives disturbed by anything bigger than themselves. Those with no sides and no causes. Those who don't take measure of their own strength, for fear of antagonizing their own weakness. Those who don't like to make waves—or enemies. Those for whom freedom, honor, truth, and principles are only in literature. Those who live small, mate small, die small. It's the reductionist approach to life: if you keep it small, you keep it under control. If you don't make any noise, the bogeyman won't find you. But it's all an illusion, because they die too, those people who roll up their spirits into tiny little balls so as to be safe. SAFE?! From what? Life is always on the edge of death. Narrow streets lead to the same place as wide avenues, and a little candle
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I just wanted to make sure my pets don't step on them. 5 comments
guest · 8 years ago
Sometimes I put some thick pieces of cardboard on their feet and strap it on just to make sure. I doubt the cardboard would work for big shards, but small ones would stick.
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Share in comments 156 comments
guest · 8 years ago
Magic wand.
If you could talk to spiders 11 comments
guest · 8 years ago
But if a spider was in my shower and it could talk, I think I'd be more concerned about it seeing me naked.
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Do you guys agree? 125 comments
guest · 8 years ago
Well, I'm not talking obese but all the Disney princesses are so skinny and too skinny (have you seen Ariel's waist?) and I think it would be better to show different body types other than the slim, hourglass figure.
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Do you guys agree? 125 comments
guest · 8 years ago
Can I say something? (Well, that's rhetorical, because I'm gonna say it anyways.) I always watched Disney princesses growing up and I absolutely idolized all of the characters and yet, SOMEHOW, I turned out to be lesbian, despite all of the heterosexual couples that I loved.
So, I think it's fair to say that from my experience, gay couples on TV do not influence anyone's being gay (by the way, it's not a choice, when did you decide to be straight?). I hardly even knew what homosexuality was until I seven and when my mother described it to me, I thought it was bizarre. Not bad, but bizarre because I had never heard of such a thing.
If anything, we should expose our kids to more homosexual characters just so they know that not everyone is like them or the people around them. So that they don't expect everyone to be white, straight, and Christian because that's not how the world works. I mean, it's fine if you are, but don't discriminate just because someone isn't.
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Do you guys agree? 125 comments
guest · 8 years ago
Besides, plenty of species in nature are homosexual. Humans are the only ones who criticize and have any problem whatsoever with homosexuality. That's what's not natural.
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Do you guys agree? 125 comments
guest · 8 years ago
Homosexuality is natural by nature.
Anyways, if their parents are homophobic, then they're probably already berating their children on how sinful it is to be gay and, honestly, what kind of homophobic parent would even let their children watch this movie?
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How I feel on facebook nowadays 5 comments
guest · 8 years ago
At least the attention whores no longer have a reason to post pictures of themselves in bikinis from their "fun" weekends.
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Expelled seems a little extreme, but I think it was worth it 13 comments
guest · 8 years ago
My mom's a teacher and you'd be surprised at how unprofessional some of her coworkers are. I mean, they're never as blatant to say "you're a disgusting little man" (or woman in my mother's case) but there's an awful lot of unnecessary drama and rudeness caused by them and they often go behind each other's backs to make everyone look bad. :P
This is why I dislike most teachers, the general population of them are just high school mean girls who've yet to grow up.
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Plastic swords 1 comments
guest · 8 years ago
A credit card and a girlfriend.
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The fandom introduction 13 comments
guest · 8 years ago
Hell, this is with my friends in the same fandom as me.
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Seatbelt logic 34 comments
guest · 8 years ago
I remember someone told me one time that they don't have seat belts in case of an accident and there's a fire and they get jammed and I thought, "What a load of bullshit." I think I was in third grade.
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I had to punch a wall to regain my manliness after watching this 11 comments
guest · 8 years ago
Who needs manliness when you've got Bob?
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Physical Punishment 4 comments
guest · 8 years ago
I'd probably be in that same position just because I wouldn't want to get out of my seat.
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My least favorite cat moment 8 comments
guest · 8 years ago
I tried moving my cat once . . . I still have the scars.
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Homework. 8 comments
guest · 8 years ago
This is what I'm doing right now. Except I'm only at step two.
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Types of people 4 comments
guest · 8 years ago
Well, except for surfing the Internet.
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Legendary crew 11 comments
guest · 8 years ago
Legend—wait for it—dary!
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Hipster complains 7 comments
guest · 8 years ago
Or, at least, skinny jeans that are loose enough so we don't see every fold and cranny on your thighs and
''equality'' 6 comments
guest · 8 years ago
Okay, look, that's not what feminists are. I mean, I know this is supposed to be a joke but I'm getting annoyed at the misrepresentation of feminism. Feminism is the top: equality for all. I mean, I'm a woman feminist and I really just want to have the same opportunities as a guy and to not be treated as a joke just because I'm a woman.
Feminism isn't bashing on men, that's sexism. Feminism isn't refusing to shave and all of us looking like deprived cavemen. I mean, if you don't want to shave, it's fine. But I, personally, embrace my femininity while advocating women's rights at the same time. I wear skirts and put on makeup because I like it, I don't refuse to wear because it differs with some shitty idealism.
True feminism is simply equality, taking away all the stereotypes bullshit of us being flannel-wearing, hairy bitches who hate men for being men. Like I said, that's sexism. Feminism is women being equal to men without being told to go back to the kitchen.
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This is why I don't share my chips 3 comments
guest · 8 years ago
This is my problem at life.
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Best way to say it 12 comments
guest · 8 years ago
I like the awkward puzzle pieces. I like to keep them around. I actually have a little box where I've stored some from my childhood years (and adulthood whenever the mood strikes me). :) Everyone's wanted, just gotta find someone to appreciate your uniqueness.
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