Want some ice for that BURN. Not mine, as a black guy would say about a child.. The rapist is always wrong. That should never have been disputed. Regardless of what a woman wears, if you rape her, it's you who should be punished. However, t
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Not mine, as a black guy would say about a child

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#418 - csmithyo (12/31/2012) [-]
i don't think i site such as funnyjunk is an appropriate place to discuss matters such as sexual assault and rape.
- my opinion
p.s. pic is to lighten the mood
#381 - anonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
I find it very wrong that ********* can receive less punishment then men who are accused of rape. I have spoken to many women (over the internet only of course) saying they would much rather die than be raped which is the stupidest thing I have ever heard and obviously, with the gun against their head they would not choose death. Rape is not a serious crime unless real assault also happens.
#406 to #381 - anonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
I know someone personaly who has been through such and experience and what you are saying is complete bollocks. I dont think you know how big the aftermath of being raped is, do you know why so many rape victim try to kill them selves? Because they would rather be dead than face it for the rest of their lives. So untill you actully understand the concquinces of rape you he no right to say it isn't a serious crime because it is unbeliveably serious and in a lot of cases more so than ****** .
User avatar #369 - namnori (12/31/2012) [-]
Well that's not very lady-like at all.
#408 to #369 - katypower (12/31/2012) [-]
Well what can I say....
#363 - download (12/31/2012) [-]
**download rolled a random image posted in comment #40 at Meanwhile in Belgium **
User avatar #359 - reginleif (12/31/2012) [-]
Subject of ******* feminists and uber bros fighting over whether a woman should actively try to prevent rape:

All rape is the rapists fault and one should never try to pretend otherwise..... the whole "she was asking for it" saying is a load of **** .

That being said, the viewpoint of the feminists and their white knights is ridiculous and unrealistic..... yes a woman SHOULD be able to pass out on the beach ***** , drink herself unconscious and wear whatever she wants without attracting unwanted attention.

Unfortunately we don't live in that world, in this world bad **** happens people get robbed, raped, ******** , kidnapped, etc. And its not entirely misogynistic or heartless to give others advice on how to avoid being a victim.

Like not putting your wallet in your back pocket, or following a stranger who lost a puppy, Yes I know he has ice cream and you SHOULD be able to do all these things.....but most of us don't. ^^ Because we're not idealistic morons.

#374 to #359 - thepenname (12/31/2012) [-]
Fair and realistic point. I think pointing out the distinction between idealism and realism is important, as, like you said, of course we'd like women to be able to wear what they want, but if our society presents a known threat to that, we should act with some caution. However, that also means while we as individuals act with caution against the real hazards of society, we should also be trying to strive toward that ideal, even if progress is slow.
User avatar #364 to #359 - themastertroller (12/31/2012) [-]
nonetheless, wearing such clothing and drinking=provocation, this can be seen as a "law" of today. doing that is tantamount to the person committing the rape anyways, wouldn't you want to protect your daughter or sister from such people by telling her to wear proper clothing, rather than letting her wear what she wants and putting full blame on the rapist? (if it were to unfortunately happen)
#371 to #364 - notquitesolidsnake (12/31/2012) [-]
**notquitesolidsnake rolled a random image posted in comment #2421895 at MLP Friendly Board ** waoh someone just used tantamount
User avatar #407 to #371 - princeofbrokensoul (12/31/2012) [-]
Wait... wtf?
User avatar #370 to #364 - klaes (12/31/2012) [-]
What about all the cases where they are raped by someone close to them? A party with mainly friends and a girl gets dragged into a bathroom or bedroom? The majority of rapes that occur involve someone close to the victim.
User avatar #377 to #370 - themastertroller (12/31/2012) [-]
if it's someone you know who did it, you should have never known them.
User avatar #382 to #377 - klaes (12/31/2012) [-]
People don't walk around with ******* "Rapist" written in marker on their head.
User avatar #385 to #382 - themastertroller (12/31/2012) [-]
did i say they do? don't use stupid remarks to defend yourself. if they are even capable of doing such a horrendous thing, the girl needs to be careful with whom she hangs around with.
User avatar #391 to #385 - klaes (12/31/2012) [-]
*Sigh*

If you meet someone and you can always tell if they are capable of committing a horrible act, I congratulate you. You have an ability no one else does. Of course, there are the obvious cases, but the worst are the ones you cant see coming.
User avatar #394 to #391 - themastertroller (12/31/2012) [-]
your condescension is making me indifferent. if it's true, about what you said, then people need to become more intuitive, don't you think?
User avatar #372 to #370 - themastertroller (12/31/2012) [-]
she would be dragged into the room because of what she was wearing and how aware she was of her surroundings, of course. with friends or strangers, being careful is essential to safety. if she is dragged away just like that and nothing is done about it, she needs to pay attention to who she is making acquaintance with. this is a reason i have completely banished alcohol before i even reach drinking age. no one is gonna help you when you're ****** , may as well take precautions.
User avatar #380 to #372 - klaes (12/31/2012) [-]
I once saved one of my friends from getting raped, I was nearly too late.

The only reason I figured out what was going on was because her phone was lying on the floor. It was a small house party with less than 25 people. She doesn't drink, and she was wearing extremely conservative clothing. The guy just figured since she was hot but small and weak he could do it.


When I stopped him he had already stripped most of her clothes off. He was choking her out to stop her from screaming. It was the singularly most ****** up thing I've ever seen, and it immediately abolished the view of rape I had before(similar to yours).

Rape is the crime, not "lack of awareness".
User avatar #387 to #380 - themastertroller (12/31/2012) [-]
hmm i guess it would continue to happen if people keep going out late at night and partying which is why i removed that from my lifestyle as well. better be safe than sorry.
User avatar #397 to #387 - klaes (12/31/2012) [-]
And whoever the **** is doing it, stop thumbing him down. He's not going "HUEHUEHUE Rape is okay!". If you disagree with him argue.
User avatar #402 to #397 - themastertroller (12/31/2012) [-]
much appreciated.
User avatar #395 to #387 - klaes (12/31/2012) [-]
Yeah, better all women and men lock themselves in basements and forget socializing or having a night life because there's always a risk, right?

Better safe than sorry,
Bettter safe than sorry.

The people who commit the crimes should recieve worse punishments, it's absurd to claim that it was partially my friends fault for going to a party, especially since this all happened before 11PM.

Despite the fact I completely disagree with your views, you seem like a reasonable enough person on the most part so I'll refrain from arguing with you further.
User avatar #401 to #395 - themastertroller (12/31/2012) [-]
hmm did this person know who was going to be at the party? if no, i have proved my point. if yes...it's all indefinite. good night to you sir.
User avatar #404 to #401 - klaes (12/31/2012) [-]
As a final note, because you asked a question.

Yes, we all were(were, because things obviously changed after this) a group of close friends who knew each other for years.

Good night to you too, sir or madam.
#358 - absesco (12/31/2012) [-]
Rape is not bad
User avatar #410 to #358 - katypower (12/31/2012) [-]
He's right you know.jpg
#354 - thatoneangelo (12/31/2012) [-]
hahahahah that description haha
#353 - anonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
Rape happens. Bad **** happens no matter what. In an ideal world, then yes, nothing bad would happen, but it does happen. End of story.
User avatar #346 - obtuse (12/31/2012) [-]
I'm pretty sure you're stupid for walking down a dark alley by yourself in a dangerous area unarmed anyways.

Well, rape is wrong blah blah blah...

There.

But I do find it somewhat odd that women are raped and everyone ***** the bed but if a man is raped then it's kind of swept under the rug.

Whatever.
User avatar #343 - thepartygod (12/31/2012) [-]
Goddamn, a post about rape started the biggest ********* I've seen. Not a post about actual politics.
#342 - anonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
Listen to Anon time.
Slutty clothes attract attention whether you like it or not, it's your ****** decision to do this. Rapists would rather rape girls who are more revealing because it arouses them. Rapists don't go " Damn look at that sexy girl in a miniskirt, I'mma go rape that fat buttoned up girl over there."
Rapists will be alot more likely to target girls who are more slutty.
Why are women protesting this? What do they hope to achieve? This is ****** pointless, rapists aren't going to look at this and stop what they are doing. You can't cure rapists or identify them until they have committed the act.
If you wear slutty clothes it is more likely you will be raped depending on the crowd and place.
No one deserves to be raped. Women it is your choice to go out in whore wear don't complain if you're getting unwanted attention.
Summary, people are not going to stop being aroused to revealing body parts, and rape is not going to end. Dressing provocatively provokes horny people/rapists.
#367 to #342 - anonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
It's not about sex, it's about power.
User avatar #366 to #342 - derpyhuman (12/31/2012) [-]
>Listen to Anon time.

No.
#362 to #342 - flutterdoc (12/31/2012) [-]
Shut up anon
people can wear whatever the **** they want and shouldn't have to worry about rape.
#422 to #362 - anonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
Same Anon.
Refer to comment 409.
Fj is becoming more retarded everyday. Some people in this community are trying to be idealist and spouting about things they know nothing about.
You missed the whole point flutterdoc. Do you think we live in a utopian society? If you wear a distinguished clothing you're going to receive a certain kind of attention.
Right now you're not thinking realistically. You can't prevent rapists. Tell me how do you suggest we prevent them?
Maybe everyone should have a stun gun? or maybe a handgun? - Sarcasm
User avatar #411 to #362 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
Seems like idealism vs. realism here.
#409 to #362 - anonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
of course you shouldn't have to worry, but that's not what anon is saying. he's saying that, just like there are ********* out there, and there's really nothing society can do about it, there's rapists out there too. now in a perfect world there wouldn't be rape or ****** . but there is, so people should take care not to put themselves in a dangerous position. that doesn't mean if they don't take care then they're responsible for what happened to them. but it does mean that it's a little odd to say that the solution to rape is that we should go out and protest, encourage guys not to rape. i mean you wouldn't march and protest to try and convince people not to ****** would you? we all should have the right to walk around a dangerous nieghborhood at 3 am without the fear of being ******** , but we might get ******** regardless. what really needs to happen is they need stiffer sentences for rapists, or maybe they need their dicks cut off. but protesting seems to suggest that average guys just decide to rape. that's not true, rapists rape and you're not going to convince them with a logical argument that they shouldn't, they just need to be locked up.
User avatar #330 - mondominiman (12/31/2012) [-]
“I really see no problem with it. At least half of the people involved are enjoying it. Why spoil their fun? --Zach Braff when asked about rape.
User avatar #357 to #330 - klaes (12/31/2012) [-]
One could say the same about ****** .
User avatar #328 - iphraem (12/31/2012) [-]
**iphraem rolls 879** i got a bad trip
#324 - anonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
Excellent comments below.

It's not that rape is okay - it's just that it is a fact of life that there are rapists in the world, who will not STOP begin rapists until they are dead, and so women have to realize this and protect themselves!

If women provoke the attention of rapists by being overly-slutty, they get no sympathy from me when they end up being raped. (But the rapists are still rapists and should be put in jail). That is all.
User avatar #338 to #324 - klaes (12/31/2012) [-]
I'm sorry... what?

I understand that there are women that bring who make it a lot easier for the rapists, but no sympathy? Are you even human, do you have feelings? There have been cases where women have called rape when it wasn't, but saying you have no sympathy for ones who "provoke" the rapists is like saying you have no sympathy for someone who was shot and robbed because they were carrying a nice watch.


Honestly, what the **** .
#434 to #338 - swagbot (12/31/2012) [-]
That was my comment - i don't get all the red thumbs!?

To your question - If you put on all your swag and go marchin' through a known bad part of town, with no fighting skillz, no mace no gun etc, fully aware that there are armed robbers there, then ABSOLUTELY NO you wouldn't get my sympathy when you get robbed/shot!!

That isn't to say:
1. The criminals still aren't bastards and should be dealt with.
2. We should find a way to clean up that part of the city.
3. I empathize with your pain/might be sad that you're gone.
... but you still totally brought it upon yourself!

It's the same as if you put your face on a hot stove! Come on, seriously?! What could possibly be your rebuttal to that?
User avatar #438 to #434 - klaes (01/01/2013) [-]
My rebuttal is simple:

Being stupid doesn't remove your rights as a human being.

Agreed, there are some areas to avoid, and women who walk in dangerous areas should be cautious, but still. Should all women be nuns so they can avoid being "over-slutty"? Is flirting over-slutty? Is wearing tight clothes?

Also, your argument is pathetic. The whole problem about rapists is that 90% of the time people DONT know they are there. You can't watch someone walk into a bar and think "is that a rapist?"

Sure, by your logic every woman in the world could lock themselves into basements, and only go out wearing burkas and having MP5s shoved under their robes.

"3. I empathize with your pain/might be sad that you're gone. "

Uh, that's sympathy, in a sense. Same should go for women who are raped.

By the way, sorry for the late response, I just had to remember what the **** we were talking about here.
#439 to #438 - swagbot (01/01/2013) [-]
Let me say this simply. Please only debate about points as i post them - otherwise, debates are worthless:

Let me actually revise the point in my original post, because you're right, "sluttiness" has nothing fundamentally to do with the genesis/"deserved-ness" of a rape. I should have said:

"I do not have sympathy for women who knowingly (or through willful ignorance of danger) put themselves in situation to easily be raped."

To expand on my point #3 that you called out - Yes, that is to say that I AM sorry for the portion of women who suffered a rape despite their caution and/or best defense.

(ignoring your paragraph 5 because it's all tangential, hyperbolic ******** )

I think (or at least hope) we don't disagree on the main point anymore. Just one more thing: I would like to point out what i feel is an extremely weak and dangerous vein of thinking you demonstrate in this line: "Being stupid doesn't remove your rights as a human being."

'Rights' are not a thing that exist in nature - they are SOLELY a function of your ability to exercise your freedoms in your context. Put simply, the only rights that a person actually has are those that he is able to exercise - put another way, the only rights that you have are those that you can fight for.

So, put into the context of our discussion - if a girl decides to get *raving* drunk around some new acquaintances at a party, and one of them is a creep and decides to take her away from the main party to take advantage of her, then quite literally, in that situation, if nobody intervenes, she (not in anybody's opinion, but in reality) has no rights, because the one person that has power over that situation (the creep) wants to do something to her, and she has no power to resist (because she's incapacitated). No ability to enforce your will = no rights.
User avatar #442 to #439 - klaes (01/01/2013) [-]
Because that post was a bit jumbled up, I'll clarify quickly.

Tldr version is: I agree that people who decide to FORFEIT their rights don't deserve uch sympathy, as it was their own decision. If it is TAKEN, however, I obviously feel sympathy for them.
User avatar #441 to #439 - klaes (01/01/2013) [-]
'Rights' are not a thing that exist in nature - they are SOLELY a function of your ability to exercise your freedoms in your context. Put simply, the only rights that a person actually has are those that he is able to exercise - put another way, the only rights that you have are those that you can fight for.

Well, that's an interesting definition of rights, but I can see your point.



"Let me actually revise the point in my original post, because you're right, "sluttiness" has nothing fundamentally to do with the genesis/"deserved-ness" of a rape. I should have said:

"I do not have sympathy for women who knowingly (or through willful ignorance of danger) put themselves in situation to easily be raped."

And, done.

I agree, intoxication is your own fault. Being drugged is another deal, but I'm not even going to dive into that.
The issue I had with your argument is that it sounded somewhat like you were saying that girls who where overly flirtatious deserved no sympathy, and that is what I fundamentally disagreed with.

" if a girl decides to get *raving* drunk"

The key word there is decides, and I'm going to agree with you on that one. If she chooses to drink until she drops, it is her own fault. Date rape drugs and whatever are another matter, but I will agree with you on that point.

"No ability to enforce your will = no rights."
True, but that's a problem in cases with girls who are frequently abused. They deserve rights. Girls who FORFIET their ability to enforce their will by drinking, I will concur, are making that choice.

Had you made that clear in your first point, I never would have argued with you.
#443 to #441 - swagbot (01/02/2013) [-]
yeah, sorry that was unclear.
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#304 - larfang (12/31/2012) [-]
is there seriously logical discussion down in the comments?
This is new to me
#303 - randomlyici (12/31/2012) [-]
Ok, rape is wrong. I don't care if you're wearing only a yellow thong and running through the streets. NO ONE DESERVES TO BE RAPED! All you people who are calling women idiots for walking around in a dark alley and taking drinks from strangers are the idiots. A person is more likely to get raped by someone they know. Uncle Ben just couldn't stop staring at  Young Susie/Billy or Best friend Jake  thought he could show Mindy a good time if she gave him the chance. That is how rape usually happens. The fact that some of you people think women do deserve it are disgusting and I'm disappointed that these views are being held by so many of the young idiots on this site.
Ok, rape is wrong. I don't care if you're wearing only a yellow thong and running through the streets. NO ONE DESERVES TO BE RAPED! All you people who are calling women idiots for walking around in a dark alley and taking drinks from strangers are the idiots. A person is more likely to get raped by someone they know. Uncle Ben just couldn't stop staring at Young Susie/Billy or Best friend Jake thought he could show Mindy a good time if she gave him the chance. That is how rape usually happens. The fact that some of you people think women do deserve it are disgusting and I'm disappointed that these views are being held by so many of the young idiots on this site.
User avatar #339 to #303 - themastertroller (12/31/2012) [-]
so do you not think that if women stopped hanging around at 4am and wearing tight clothing, it will not have an effect on the number of rapes?
#376 to #339 - anonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
Correlation =/= Causuality
User avatar #390 to #376 - themastertroller (12/31/2012) [-]
it most certainly will, if this is enforced- at all.
User avatar #348 to #339 - galacticboner (12/31/2012) [-]
Like the great philosopher Jack White once said:
YOU CAN'T JUST TAKE THE EFFECT AND MAKE IT THE CAUSE.
User avatar #356 to #348 - themastertroller (12/31/2012) [-]
indeed mr..boner
#345 to #339 - anonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
It shouldn't be a woman's job to modify her behavior so she won't get raped; it should be a man's job to just not rape.
User avatar #389 to #345 - muhamidallea (12/31/2012) [-]
How to prevent rape in one easy step.
1. Don't rape people.
#383 to #345 - anonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
It is true that a man should take it upon himself to not commit rape, but a woman should know better than to show off flirtatious behavior if they do now want the attention. So to put it simply, a woman should be wary of how she acts for it sends a message to those around here and a man should have a bit of decency to not commit rape.
User avatar #352 to #345 - themastertroller (12/31/2012) [-]
well said anon
User avatar #344 to #339 - randomlyici (12/31/2012) [-]
I don't think anyone should be out in the middle of the night by themselves. Men get jumped and/or raped as well. His clothes don't matter. Read my comment # 323. The rape will happen whether or not she was wearing provocative clothing. It just depends if she fits the profile or if they are alone.
User avatar #351 to #344 - themastertroller (12/31/2012) [-]
studying criminology but such a closed-minded view? it is quite feasible to say that the less a woman wears, the more attention is drawn to her, this has ALL to do with a women's clothing, not just a "profile". send two women down an alley or into a club in the night, one with tiny clothing on and the other completely dressed, all by themselves, and record their experiences the day after, you'll see the difference.
User avatar #361 to #351 - randomlyici (12/31/2012) [-]
Yes, her clothes draws attention to her but it is not the real reason why the rapist chose her. I am not closed minded. Criminology is studying the cases that have happened and continue to happen. Most rapes do not have anything to do with what the woman was wearing. Most have to do with people who already know each other. The other rapes have to do with people who like a certain type of girl. Her clothes generally do not matter. If they did matter, it would only be a gamble for the rapist to find out how likely is this girl to go home with him, or would she fight, or would she scream? Some girls do dress slutty but he's expecting her to be easy and some are just not. It's too risky to rape based off of the clothes.
User avatar #368 to #361 - themastertroller (12/31/2012) [-]
the girl in India...the men didn't know her at all. saying rape is not involving the clothing worn is like saying your gas bill has no relation to how much gas you have used. there's two factors to both; the price of gas and gas used, compared to the clothing worn and the rapist intention. people who like a certain kind of girl? every girl has a ****** , in the end, all will satisfy the lust that is brought upon them. and in your case, won't dressing slutty induce the rapist to choose them because it may show off more per se?
User avatar #375 to #368 - randomlyici (12/31/2012) [-]
I did not say that clothes never affect rape. It does happen in only some cases . Also, I did not say that in every rape, the victim and the assailant have to know each other. I said most cases are like that. Also, I said that many of the other random rapes the people are looking for a certain profile and/OR if the woman is alone. Like you said a ****** is a ****** . I don't think most rapists care what type of clothes are covering it up. I also said above. Some girls that do wear more revealing clothes are seen as "easier"( as in they think she'll be easier to get home and get drunk) but that is societal stereotype that the rapist is basing his decision of off.
User avatar #384 to #375 - themastertroller (12/31/2012) [-]
>Most rapes do not have anything to do with what the woman was wearing.
are you serious? if the rapist is deciding upon that societal stereotype, shouldn't that be changed, making the girl be around protection so no one can harm her? once you are raped, you can't be unraped. rapists would find it easy then if the clothing was less, like you said, which makes the stereotype true, resulting in a need for harsh changes, SUCH AS NOT WEARING SUCH CLOTHING AT ALL
User avatar #400 to #384 - randomlyici (12/31/2012) [-]
Dude, THERE WILL BE RAPIST WITH THE HELP OF SKIMPY CLOTHES OR NOT. Rapes will not lessen if women wear more appropriate clothes. I guarantee it. What a girl needs to do is NOT BE ALONE and unprotected. Random rapes are men looking for a sexual power trip and to not get caught. If more women would not go out at night by themselves without any protection then it would not matter if she's wearing a miniskirt if she's holding a ******* bat or walking with two other friends.

And yes, I'm serious. Most rapes do NOT have anything to do with what they are wearing. 80 ******* percent of rapes are by someone the victim knows. The dirty grandfather does not care what his 16 year old grand-daughter is wearing. He specifically wants to dominate her. The best friend from college doesn't care that his friend is saying no but he thinks that if she lets him finish then he can show her a good time. THEY DON'T CARE WHAT THE VICTIM IS WEARING.
User avatar #405 to #400 - themastertroller (12/31/2012) [-]
even if you study criminology, you cannot say something with such affirmation. i refrain from arguing with you anymore and wish you a good night.
#336 to #303 - windsong (12/31/2012) [-]
Thank you dear sir or madam, my thoughts exactly.
Thank you dear sir or madam, my thoughts exactly.
User avatar #332 to #303 - Churchandtex (12/31/2012) [-]
Uncle Ben just couldn't stop staring at young Peter.
User avatar #316 to #303 - larfang (12/31/2012) [-]
I'm not saying that women who dress provocatively deserve to be raped,but, for the rapes that happen when it is random, women are pretty much painting a bullseye on themselves. Dress like that you will always draw more attention. However, this does not mean that they are "asking for rape" and other ******** like that, it makes them stand out You need to login to view this link matter what rape will always be the rapist's fault, but dressing as such makes yourself more of a target.
User avatar #323 to #316 - randomlyici (12/31/2012) [-]
Actually, the rapes that do happen randomly, the rapists are looking for women with certain profiles ( whether or not she's blonde or brunette with a certain body type or height) or whether or not they are alone. Clothes are nothing. They easily come off just as they come on. I study criminology. In most of the cases, the clothes do not matter. Some people are just idiots for saying they do and letting the rapists go unpunished.
User avatar #302 - GRANTTOZER (12/31/2012) [-]
It's not that women ask to get raped, much, MUCH less deserve it, but provocative clothing does just as the name implies. On average, all some sub-average ******* needs to start up the rape train is the visual input and tight and/or revealing clothing are extremely effective at supplying it. And as for those grouping all of those who disagree with you as those who believe the women were 'asking for it', of course she's not asking for it but she's damn more likely to get raped than the girl in a blouse and (normal length) skirt. It's a terrible truth that doesn't go away no matter how much caps lock you might use. It's wrong, but it's reality.

TLDR: Just because things should be one way, doesn't mean they are.
User avatar #341 to #302 - themastertroller (12/31/2012) [-]
someone who has the same views as me? how can this be?
User avatar #298 - MysticTomatoe (12/31/2012) [-]
Well the rapist is at fault but the depending on how provocative the woman was dressed, you could say she had to have it coming
#295 - Jenkinhimer (12/31/2012) [-]
I'm far too tired to have an opinion in all of this discussion, soo...   
   
How have your guys' days been?
I'm far too tired to have an opinion in all of this discussion, soo...

How have your guys' days been?
#301 to #295 - sandniggatron (12/31/2012) [-]
Alright I guess. I had to spend the day with my nearly insane grandfather.
He's spent the past couple years of his life trying to disprove basically everything Einstein ever said.
He hasn't gotten very far.
#307 to #301 - Jenkinhimer (12/31/2012) [-]
Yikes.   
   
   
Did you just kinda sit there and pretend to agree, or did he make you converse and debate with him as well?
Yikes.


Did you just kinda sit there and pretend to agree, or did he make you converse and debate with him as well?
User avatar #314 to #307 - sandniggatron (12/31/2012) [-]
I just listened the whole time. As much as his ramblings annoy me, he's a pretty lonely man so someone needs to talk to him. My dad does it, but he enjoys talking to someone who isn't as irritable.
#321 to #314 - Jenkinhimer (12/31/2012) [-]
I know that feel. I'm quite a good listener so I often find myself acting very interested in rather bland conversations, but it's OK because the person feels better for having someone to talk to.
I know that feel. I'm quite a good listener so I often find myself acting very interested in rather bland conversations, but it's OK because the person feels better for having someone to talk to.
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