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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#3 - coolmcbob
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Says the guy in the wife beater with a gold chain and a backwards baseball cap.   
He could be a nice guy for all I know, but he's wearing the uniform of a full fledged douche.
Says the guy in the wife beater with a gold chain and a backwards baseball cap.
He could be a nice guy for all I know, but he's wearing the uniform of a full fledged douche.
#12 to #3 - envinite
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> Uniform of a full fledged douche   
   
The real douche here is you generalizing people based on their fashion style.   
   
Go eat a dick and die, faggot.
> Uniform of a full fledged douche

The real douche here is you generalizing people based on their fashion style.

Go eat a dick and die, faggot.
User avatar #30 to #12 - xxiixx
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The hypocrisy of your post rattles me. You say he is a douche for generalizing people on fashion then post the fedora .gif and say "the fedora.gif was used because 'beta' people in the internet..."
You are literally generalizing people who wear fedoras (a fashion item) in the same post that you say people are douches for generalizing people based on fashion.
User avatar #13 to #12 - coolmcbob
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>He could be a nice guy for all I know.

I plainly said he could be a nice guy but I don't know him. As well you are doing the same thing with that fedora gif. Implying I'm wearing one and being one of the generalized omegas that are beyond socially inept.

And besides I was semi referencing this.
Dave Chappelle   Whore's Uniform   Clipta   New Video Wave
User avatar #7 to #3 - johnthunda
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better than your fedora, flaming flannel and newbalances
User avatar #28 to #3 - kaboozle123
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well yeah i get that, but wouldn't you say you wouldn't want people to judge you for how you dress or have you not found a friend in somehow who dresses a certain way (whether it be douchey, fedora fag, whatever)? i get it, first impressions and everything, but the dude said something i think most of us can agree on so maybe he does know also what's up.

and also eminem dresses relatively the same and he's intelligent and a lyrical genius. just an example, may be a bad one, whatever
User avatar #34 to #3 - PedoBearFTW
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Clothes do not dictate who a person is, it's just style.
User avatar #36 to #3 - thelocksmith
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so what? for **** sake stop being such a cunt.
#41 to #3 - granodd
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I know quite a few inner-city-looking kids who are actually quite smart.   
   
Smart as in: not toting around YOLO SWAG T-shirts, and actually showing that they're not stupid.
I know quite a few inner-city-looking kids who are actually quite smart.

Smart as in: not toting around YOLO SWAG T-shirts, and actually showing that they're not stupid.
User avatar #11 to #3 - iamthedeigner
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Maybe he's the cautionary tale. He took on that persona, and ended up only attracting sluts, and wants to keep us from going down the path he knows all too well.
User avatar #1 - ljxjlos
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#Writing this while benchpressing while reading Shakespear.

Jk, TV and chips
#2 to #1 - adu
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My diet consists of FunnyJunk and buckets full of semen.

#getonmylevel
#19 to #2 - delivering
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Is that you, Chris-chan?
User avatar #5 - lordofthesea
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the rows of Heineken cans in the background kinda detract from his credibility here
User avatar #51 to #5 - SteveHomoki
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Or an artistic expression of attracting the minds of the young.
User avatar #72 to #51 - lordofthesea
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I never thought of that... that's a really interesting outlook
User avatar #4 - skysailor
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I think a man should have both. A bright mind which can pursue high goals and a built body (with, at least, some self defense training) which can protect her. Of course, a skinny guy whose bravery can push him to protect her without backing down regardless of an intense beating is much more respectable than a buff coward.
#8 to #4 - anon id: a5ea203f
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I wouldn't say a built one, just not an overly fat or overly skinny one, I wouldn't put being jacked as a requirement for a mate. And if you really want to be able to defend yourself get a gun, martial arts isn't as effective as people make it out to be.
User avatar #10 to #8 - skysailor
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Even a gunman should be trained.
User avatar #20 to #4 - Kairyuka
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Doesn't need to be built for that though. Also, female martial artists exist too.
User avatar #43 to #20 - skysailor
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I should rephrase. No, you don't have to be built, but, as a martial artist, I think people should strive for both skill and strength. This was actually one of Bruce Lee's philosophies which is why he placed such a large emphasis on conditioning his body. I've met many women martial artists and most of them have been amazing. In fact, I've gotten a roundhouse kick to the head by a particular one each time we sparred (she was quite good at those). My post was talking about men specifically, but I think that women should also train both their minds and bodies.

I understand that we all won't have Bruce Lee level fitness nor Stephen Hawking level intelligence. I simply believe that we should strive for absolute perfection while understanding that we are all still human. By striving everyday for something more than that, we can find that being human is much more amazing than we could have imagined.

And that is ******* attractive.
User avatar #57 to #43 - Kairyuka
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Yeah, but I think you can strive for perfection without focusing on the bodily arts. It's no good to let your body rot, but I personally prefer to evolve my mental skills and do sports to keep my body somewhat healthy without striving to be number one. I've never been a competitive person, I'm motivated by my own curiosity and talents.
User avatar #58 to #57 - skysailor
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To each their own. I myself and motivated by my own passions, but I can get competitive. If I see someone who is a brilliant martial artist, I get angry at myself for not training harder. Perfection doesn't really exist. It's sort of subjective. I think that, in order to be perfect, you should simply be the best you that you can be. Work hard to become that ideal you. That's how you really achieve perfection.
User avatar #59 to #58 - Kairyuka
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That's a very wise definition. I myself am very passionate about various things, music and love being among them (yeah I'm kind of a hippie, only without the drugs and the bad music), but I've never really liked training myself. I'm not sure why, I can only do it if the training is a by-product of having fun or doing something else, like playing sports or doing heavy lifting.
User avatar #60 to #59 - skysailor
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Of course. Martial arts for me makes me feel free. When you hit a punching bag perfectly and can feel the energy ripple through it, or when incredible eye opening moment when something clicks in your mind. Training, if it's what you are passionate about, should always be fun.

And passion for music in love are fantastic passions.
User avatar #61 to #60 - Kairyuka
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I can actually relate to that, as I myself also love martial arts, but there's something about the pure physical training that just feels boring and painful to me. Right now I'm practicing a genre of aikido known as shin shintoitsu aikido, which focuses on pacifism, balance of body and mind, and throws/locks. Earlier I used to practice kung-fu, and although I admit there was a lot of fun with it, the attitude of the martial art and the dojo I practiced was something I really didn't like, being physically pretty weak from the get-go. My biggest advantage was my enormous reach, hehe
User avatar #62 to #61 - skysailor
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I had done Shorin Ryu Karate for a while as a kid and the Isshinryu Karate from the age of 12 to 18. Since then I've been focusing on conditioning the body. I'm pretty short and light, but I'm striving to be 160 lbs. I'd go higher, but, being 5'4, at 200 lbs I would end up waddling around like a penguin on steroids. I would like to start up Brazilian Ju Jutsu to learn how to grapple. One of the things I miss about the class setting is how you bond with everyone.

As for pacifism, I'm far from it. I think fighting can be like a deep form of communication. If you do it right. I think it becomes violent when people are killed/hurt without good reason.
User avatar #63 to #62 - Kairyuka
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There's a difference to two people fighting and to violence. Two consenting adults can of course fight if they want to, I won't say anything against that. Violence is war. Violence is chaos and destruction. Violence is for the weak when they can't see any other options. Violence is what the drunken bar goer does to the other drunken bar goer. It's what the mugger, the murderer and the rapist does to their victims. You can't even compare that to fighting.
I personally prefer not to fight, but sparring matches are fun though. I've never been high-level, so it's never been all-out fights, and I'm in general a very peaceful person.
User avatar #65 to #63 - skysailor
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War is violent, yes. Do you think that sometimes, you have to participate in war to save people? Say there is a leader committing genocide or taking over other countries?

Though, perhaps fighting against that sort of thing wouldn't be called war, but simply protection. It's never really that simple though, is it?
User avatar #66 to #65 - Kairyuka
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It isn't. There is such a thing as self-defense or the protection of others, but yeah, it's often hard to make out. I'm not a kind of guy to look at the big picture too much though, I'm pretty personal, honest and emotional, and I see the world from my own two eyes, mostly. I've never been on a mission to save the world, I just want to live a good life and become loved for who I am. Last part won't happen, but at least I'm supposed to be able to live without it.
User avatar #67 to #66 - skysailor
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I'm the opposite. I want to help as many people as I possibly can. I'm thinking about joining the military, in fact. I hate the idea of killing people, but I don't want to just stand by and do nothing. Instead, I'd like to try to change things.

Kairyuka, or whatever your real name is, from what I can tell, you are a very kind hearted person who will live a life in which he/she is loved.
User avatar #68 to #67 - Kairyuka
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Aah but you see, a kind heart is far from loved.
And I like to help people too, but in the sense that they're my friends and it's really the only way I can matter to others for a bit. Also it makes me happy, even if it can make me sad too. The ones I really want to help, I can't reach :/
User avatar #69 to #68 - skysailor
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Haha, I suppose I know what you mean. I can promise, however, that a kind heart can be loved. You may not have hundreds of people surrounding you, it may be two or three maybe only one, but they are incredible. They're family.

It doesn't matter how many people you help or who you help. Every soul is a world in its own, thus, each soul helped is an entire world that you save. Also, you should realize that physical distance is not a barrier. You can help people anywhere.
User avatar #70 to #69 - Kairyuka
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I know, but no one can help me. And in the end, I'm probably the most broken freak out there, haha.
And honestly, the faces surrounding me are never turned towards me. I've always been alone, even when I'm supposed to be around others. No one has really cared for me as a person, unless they of course live on the other side of the planet. Which makes it hard to believe, as they've never actually met me or hung out with me. I have no one around me and no one to share my future with, and that's not going to change. No amount of tears and regret and yelling can change that.
User avatar #71 to #70 - skysailor
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You seem quite sure of an undecided future.

I myself wonder if I will end up alone. Not because I'm constantly friendzoned or what not. I just don't seem to make relationships very well. The ones closest to me are the farthest away.

The future is yours to do what you will. You could join some sort of organization and, thereby, surround yourself with people who you work with and, thus, become close to, but you have to take the first steps.

In any case, consider me a friend, and, believe me when I say, I love all my friends. My name is Akeel.
User avatar #73 to #71 - Kairyuka
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My name is Troels, and thank you for the offer c:
Well I've never even been close to a relationship and no one who's gotten to know me wants me around. I suppose I'm not allowed to complain though, although it does make me very sad.
User avatar #74 to #73 - skysailor
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Hey you seem like a pretty cool guy to me. I'd rather have you around than many others.
User avatar #75 to #74 - Kairyuka
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Yeah, but if you could meet me, you wouldn't think so c:
Well anyways, what do you like to do when you're not training? c:
User avatar #76 to #75 - skysailor
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I'm sure I would.
Reading, drawing, and watching shows on netflix. You?
User avatar #77 to #43 - Kairyuka
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Well I like playing music and stuff, and otherwise I spend most of my time on my computer. I'm currently taking some time off of everything, so I have a lot of free time, which I spend with my online friends and my guitar, mostly. Do you like music? c:
User avatar #54 to #4 - SteveHomoki
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Why does a man have to be strong or skilled to defend a woman? I hold women as equal to men and expect them to be able to defend themselves. If they are weak, they need to get into shape or indulge so much no man is willing to grope. Don't give me any crap about hopeless romantic valor types. Any situation regarding saving a life doesn't require someone special to step in.
User avatar #56 to #54 - skysailor
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If you refer to my comment number #43, I stated that women should train themselves in both mind and body just as men should. While it is obvious in theory, I don't think it would matter much to me if, in a situation in which I was with a girl and someone wants to hurt her, she couldn't protect herself. In the moment, you're just going to protect your friend/girlfriend/family. Not everyone can protect themselves regardless of gender. Men should be able to protect and provide just as women should be able to protect and provide.

I suppose I should have said that both men and women should be able to protect themselves and educate themselves. Since the post was talking about men specifically, I only remarked on the male sex.
User avatar #44 - herpaderderp
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Come on, let's be fair now. How many of you would date a girl merely because of her intelligence?
Oh wait, this is funnyjunk, we'd settle for anything with a pulse
User avatar #45 to #44 - garaichu
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Not necessarily that either for some of us.
#38 - anonymoose
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What if I want sluts?
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User avatar #29 - Foxchase
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So... To be intellectual, you can't work out?
User avatar #32 to #29 - grapefruity
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That is why posts like this bother me. Everyone should try to stay in shape, regardless of intellect, because it is the healthiest thing for your body.

I consider myself suitably smart, I go to the gym, practice martial arts, eat and drink sensibly, and don't smoke. That doesn't mean that you HAVE to do all those things if you don't want, but don't use intellect as an excuse to be out of shape or unhealthy.
User avatar #50 to #32 - SteveHomoki
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The post is really a message for the young, mind you.
User avatar #22 - darksideofthebeast
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Or we could learn and think for the sheer fact that is what we are made to do.

Not to get females.
User avatar #23 to #22 - zaywoot
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Well... To be fair, we think to create sollutions to survive to procreate...

We think to get women... Not that we don't think about other stuff, but that is our main objective.
User avatar #24 to #23 - darksideofthebeast
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But he is implying that is the only reason you should gain knowledge...
User avatar #25 to #24 - zaywoot
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Not at all, the topic at hand was simply just about women.

If you're talking about aerotechnology you don't just go "... and also puppies..."

That'd be dumb and off-topic
User avatar #26 to #25 - darksideofthebeast
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But it isn't about women, gaining knowledge has nothing to do with women.
He is encouraging teenagers to only learn to get women.
That's like only learning how to play guitar for getting women, it's stupid and it makes you look like a douche.
User avatar #27 to #26 - zaywoot
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What he was talking about prior to the knowledge bit was about fitness to be aestetically pleasing to attract women.

The topic was never ever knowledge, but attraction.
User avatar #31 to #22 - nimba
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Everything is about getting women. From the cereal you eat in the morning to the new doohickey you invented.
User avatar #33 - deepgreen
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bleh. The main reason why I for example workout is to increase my confidence and assert my dominance over other male. Not too attract females, although it would be a welcome plus....
User avatar #49 to #33 - SteveHomoki
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You lift the iron for confidence? Enjoy your illusionary confidence while I lift towards managing strength and summit mountains towards managing confidence with a cheap sturdy .22 rifle on blm lands for an easy dinner. The iron doesn't give you confidence, it'll only distract your mind to focus on the exterior. You want confidence? Go out and start selling yourself. Every fish will take a bite as long as you sell the bait like it's the best damn thing they will ever have.
User avatar #52 to #49 - deepgreen
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Illusionary confidence? There's no such thing as illusionary confidence. If I would be deluded into being confident about myself through ''lifting iron'' I would still be confident.

It doesn't destract my mind at all, it removes a lot of worries, freeing my mind for philosophizing and other intellectual endeavors instead. Not to mention I'm living a healthier lifestyle and thoroughly enjoy it, just like other people would enjoy playing another sport. Keep your discriminating opinion to yourself and let people enjoy what they enjoy doing.
User avatar #55 to #52 - SteveHomoki
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Your only confident about lifting iron. Confidence is earned through experience not by training something else irrelevant. You cannot carry a confidence about making a masterpiece on paper over to architecture. Go out and earn your confidence the right way, all men make this same mistake.
User avatar #37 to #33 - mutzaki
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Assert your dominance over other males? What are you, a wolf?
#46 to #37 - deepgreen
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Judge for yourself.

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