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Jerk off to this you filthy f**ks 5 comments
roanoke · 4 days ago
I don’t know how to feel about this.
FUNSUBFAM I NEED YOUR HELP (check comments for details) 11 comments
roanoke · 4 days ago
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Science B*tch!!!! 20 comments
roanoke · 1 week ago
@parisqueen you’re using the term theory colloquially. In science theory is law. Gravity is still a theory, because it is real and based on scientific law and undeniably observable phenomena.
I know it sounds like semantics, but this one of the places where we (as a population) have so much miscommunication. Scientists use the words differently and very specifically.
You will never hear a scientist say “just a theory.” (Unless they are trying to be ironic. )
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Yu yevon 8 comments
roanoke · 1 week ago
By why is that kitten so sad?
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Science B*tch!!!! 20 comments
roanoke · 2 weeks ago
The problem here is that scientists use the word “theory” differently that we use the word colloquially. In science, a theory is developed from a set of scientific laws. So, yeah, evolution is a fact. Just like the theory of gravity is a fact.
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The difference 10 comments
roanoke · 2 weeks ago
Now I feel bad for all the times I laughed at how hideous it was.
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...Some people have too much time on their hands 7 comments
roanoke · 2 weeks ago
Its really impressive.
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Oh, tom 11 comments
roanoke · 3 weeks ago
I am curious as to who is interested in connecting with someone like that...
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Isn't that kinda long? 10 comments
roanoke · 3 weeks ago
It’s just a belt right? You wear it with your shorts, right?
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Purple cum! 74 comments
roanoke · 4 weeks ago
Me too
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Hold on there satan 5 comments
roanoke · 4 weeks ago
My kid saw this somewhere and keeps bugging me to make hot dog water ice cubes.
Cut your ears off so you don't have to clean behind them, it's so beneficial 16 comments
roanoke · 6 weeks ago
But... but... it doesn’t though. The WHO asserts that about 33% of the world population practices circumcision. And the highest incidence of penile cancer comes from a country that generally practices circumcision.
I’m just saying, there’s a huge amount of data, spanning both population (67% of world population) and decades, regarding uncircumcised males.
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Cut your ears off so you don't have to clean behind them, it's so beneficial 16 comments
roanoke · 6 weeks ago
It’s not really even sort of the same thing. Not sure where you’re from, but I know that here in the US, a family has to op out of circumcision. We had to sign papers saying that we did not want them to needlessly remove a piece of sensitive tissue from our child’s genitalia for no medical reason, this causing him weeks of pain during urination, risk of infection and reduced sensitivity.
No one is stopping men from cutting up their dicks if they want to. Not really the same.
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Cut your ears off so you don't have to clean behind them, it's so beneficial 16 comments
roanoke · 6 weeks ago
But when controlled for factors (such as fimosis and smegma) penile cancer is not actually an increased risk. The comment is accurate. Keep your business clean and you reduce the risk—whether that’s from the surgical removal of a piece of sensitive tissue or more attentive cleaning, the difference is not statistically significant.
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Great guy 4 comments
roanoke · 6 weeks ago
But, wasn’t he the strange man following her?
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Be careful 29 comments
roanoke · 6 weeks ago
I don’t think she’s absolving a man who takes home a kid. I think she is just trying to point out to these girls that their actions have serious ramifications for the guys they are tricking. Like hey girls it seems like fun, but if you actually get someone to pick you up, you could be ruining his life. And let’s remember that 18 year olds aren’t known for making all the best decisions either. And yes, they are adults, they haven’t been “adults” for a full year. They still think like teenagers... oh wait they *are* still teenagers, which is probably why the teen girls appeal to them.
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Still the best football photo ever 2 comments
roanoke · 6 weeks ago
I don’t even understand what I’m seeing.
When you are a goose but also german 2 comments
roanoke · 7 weeks ago
Why does the goose have shoes?
Oof 5 comments
roanoke · 7 weeks ago
He most surely had not just shoes, but shoe covers. But still, lol.
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Uplifting content 7 comments
roanoke · 8 weeks ago
She has 92 unread messages.
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Thoughts? 18 comments
roanoke · 8 weeks ago
What if you are not those things? What if you are a man with a small frame and not the least bit muscular? What if you are very successful at being a stay at home dad? What if you do work that you love but aren’t financially secure?
These things are all acceptable for women (who have different pressures, that I’ll leave for a different post) but not for men.
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Thoughts? 18 comments
roanoke · 8 weeks ago
I think the problem comes in when we define a norm and expect all people to abide/exemplify those norms. There’s nothing wrong with a person who is comfortable behaving in a way consistent with the norms, but it isn’t wrong to be different. I think that’s where it becomes a problem.
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Hmmmmmm...something's up 5 comments
roanoke · 8 weeks ago
Yeah, Weyland shows up in all the Alien movies. It’s the corporation that sponsored the missions and research and later coveted the Alien lifeform leading to the spread/death and destruction. They basically make it clear that they place absolutely no value on human life.
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Yahoo-chan is bad at business 5 comments
roanoke · 8 weeks ago
Yeah. It’s been around for a while.
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