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The real nice guy :) 21 comments
unicycle · 1 week ago
Okay, so it seems like you're applying your experience in a relationship with a toxic person to the situation in the photo. Obviously it's horrible that you felt so taken advantage of. But over the internet we have zero insight into anyone's relationship. You sound like you're saying that her not carrying her own shoes is inherently a terrible act in every possible context, but it's not.
The real nice guy :) 21 comments
unicycle · 1 week ago
Wait, what? Do you not do nice things for your partner? In a good relationship everyone does everything they can to make the other person comfortable and happy, not rigidly make sure each person pulls exactly their weight in every single situation. There's a thousand reasons why he might choose to carry her shoes and none of them make him "a total fucking simp."
There are only two genders 6 comments
unicycle · 7 weeks ago
Maybe she would, I don't really know enough about wrestling to say. But she'd be advantaged solely because of her testosterone and muscle development and not what pronouns she uses and clothes she wears, right? So if we want competitions to be truly "fair," why would we separate by gender and not ability level or potential? Michael Phelps is hugely advantaged by his hyperextended, double joints. Why is it fair for him to compete against swimmers without such luck?
There are only two genders 6 comments
unicycle · 7 weeks ago
I agree. The only fair way would be to get rid of gender altogether, and divide competitions based on a strength test, or testosterone levels, or alphabetically by last name - A through L in one competition, M through Z in the other. Except for diving of course. :)
What sorcery is this? 3 comments
unicycle · 9 weeks ago
My husband knows I knit to relax after work. So he wonders why I'm always hunched over like a goblin, cursing and counting under my breath. "I'm having fun," I hiss, hand clenched around my needles as I furiously scroll through a pattern on my phone.
Knitting the Weather 15 comments
unicycle · 11 weeks ago
They're called temperature blankets/scarves if anyone wants more inspiration or instruction. My advice is to record each day's temp in a journal because you will miss days and buy more yarn than you think you need so you don't run out because of an unexpected warm spell in February.
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So pure 1 comments
unicycle · 14 weeks ago
I'd be upset if my child did this. But only because I'd want them to tell me their friend was in need of breakfasts, dinners, housekeeping, and groceries too!
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Missed a vampire on my way to work this morning 1 comments
unicycle · 15 weeks ago
*Mist a vampire
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I guess they only teach it to jedi masters 5 comments
unicycle · 15 weeks ago
I heard flex tape fixed the Death Star!
I guess they only teach it to jedi masters 5 comments
unicycle · 15 weeks ago
There was nothing physically wrong with Padmé. She lost the will to live. The Force can't fix that.
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Feel like some members of this community need to see this 25 comments
unicycle · 16 weeks ago
Rorschach has an incredibly distorted view of the world. He sees women simply walking down the street as whores to be used/abused. To him, every single person other than himself is an incompetent flea with no human intelligence or value. Also, he's a bean thief.
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If it's smart enough to do all that, it's smart enough to get itself a job 34 comments
unicycle · 17 weeks ago
guest_'s word count was 2,516. Or 1.8x longer than the Declaration of Independence and 920% longer than the Gettysburg Address. Good writing involves editing.
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It was a good month 2 comments
unicycle · 17 weeks ago
Back in the day, it wasn't uncommon for movies to stay in theaters a long time. Especially considering Jurassic Park was the highest grossing film of all time at that point.
Here you can see it ran from 10 June, 1993 to 20 October, 1994:
boxofficemojo . com/release/rl2354939393/
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Yup! 13 comments
unicycle · 18 weeks ago
Okay, so worst case you've got a break from your intensive science classes and some new trivia to show off. Best case, you learn skills and modes of thinking that you can apply to your field of study and the world at large.
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Yup! 13 comments
unicycle · 18 weeks ago
Because the point of undergraduate studies is to produce well-rounded individuals who are ready for a variety of different paths. The papers you write for film theory help you with written reasoning, analysis, and thinking critically about media. Pre civil war history helps you take others' perspectives and find connections between causes and effects. We want art students with some knowledge of science and vice versa.
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This is so wholesome 3 comments
unicycle · 18 weeks ago
My sister was born Deaf but didn't go to a specialised school. A boy from her year came by our family's shop and asked me to teach him sign because he thought my sister was "cool." I spent a few weeks meeting with him and teaching him the basics. He and my sister have been together for about 8 years now!
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Just bottle it up lmao 7 comments
unicycle · 18 weeks ago
If you really feel like you can't "burden" (hint: you're not a burden) your friends or family, find a therapist! You'll have someone whose sole desire is to listen to whatever you want to say.
There's likely free or cheap mental health services in your area - search for community counseling, community health centre, therapists with scaled rates, etc. Memes can't replace therapy!
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Save the planet like Matt 22 comments
unicycle · 19 weeks ago
You know it's all in jest, @guest_ ;)
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Save the planet like Matt 22 comments
unicycle · 19 weeks ago
"Here's a fun fact!" *proceeds to write a 10 comment dissertation*
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guest_ Word Count: 771
TLDR: Plastic is the least effective storage, best when you need something cheap and short-term. Aluminium and glass are comparable alternatives with different advantages.
Code red code red 16 comments
unicycle · 19 weeks ago
guest_ Word Count: 963
TLDR: Teachers have to teach to the average, not the individual. You have to learn both how to find creative solutions to problems AND how to follow directions and tested ways of thinking.
@lolcats121 :')
Nobody knows everything, even the one who knows Cosmology 22 comments
unicycle · 19 weeks ago
guest_ Word Count: 1,068
TLDR: Given enough traction, a small vehicle can pull a huge load for at least a small distance - so that's not a great measure for the vehicle's overall performance.
"Little siblings don't read this Older siblings we must unionize and demand 10 comments
unicycle · 19 weeks ago
guest_ Word Count: 447
TLDR: People, even parents, change over time and with experience.
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Any day 5 comments
unicycle · 21 weeks ago
"Personally I would much rather go sit in some shitty dive bar full of honest local vagrants for $2.50 per beer, than go to an overrated club and pay $200 for a bottle of vodka and be surrounded by arrogant preppy dudes in their $900 shoes"
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Would you? 20 comments
unicycle · 21 weeks ago
guest_ Word Count: 1480
TLDR: There are interesting consequences to everyone being able to change their appearances at will, though generally people will still find things to be unhappy about.
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Different Definitions of Respect 7 comments
unicycle · 21 weeks ago
guest_ Word Count: 414
TLDR: There's probably never a good reason to not treat someone like a person, and there are certain identities that deserve the respect of an authority.
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