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Question to diam:
Evolution PROVED men are better than
girls, we adapted for survival... we got the
muscles, we got bigger, not girls. Men have
unlimited reproduction, girls don' t. Why
trying to prove otherwise now‘?
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#15 - mjrose
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<<OP
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User avatar #24 to #15 - anonymouzx
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Did she really say that?
User avatar #25 to #24 - mjrose
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I like to think she did...
User avatar #31 to #24 - danniegurl
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she actually said "i love this song"
#5 - aconitumanthora
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#20 to #5 - anon id: bd92ffcc
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Because it's more courageous to go into danger with a pair of "weak and sensitive" balls than with a "tough" vagina.

Is it more courageous taking a risk where you know you'll come out fine compared to if you knew that you could be in immense pain?
#28 to #20 - anon id: 198b387d
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No, it's not courage if you have the option to choose. That's stupidity.
User avatar #47 to #28 - darkdragonswrath
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Grow some balls anon
User avatar #45 to #5 - thatguywhohasbacon
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Who's more courageous, the guy sitting in the heavily armored tank, safe from just about anything short of a missile or the guy who runs in on foot with a rifle and a vest, vulnerable to just about everything bigger than a pistol caliber?
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#26 to #22 - anon id: 198b387d
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I see you have no ******* clue how evolution works.
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User avatar #41 to #22 - youarenotspecial
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Evolve faster...of the same species...evolve...fas...same....I can't.
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User avatar #23 to #22 - fedegon
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"faster at evolving"
I'm no scientist, but I don't think a chromosome can affect evolution.
#35 to #23 - kabala
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Yes and no. That guy is full of ****, but mutations in chromosomes is essentially what spurs on evolution. Now if those traits are "good" or "bad" is different. For example, changes in our sex chromosomes are what makes the Y and makes men men. I am going to stop myself before I just ramble on completely, but yeah. Men don't evolve faster than women. That statement is just asinine.
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#56 to #52 - kabala
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It makes us different, not dominant. Not even that different really. Men still produce estrogen and can lactate and women produce testosterone. The levels are different but not a lot of our physiology is sex linked. It is like how there are men with feminine shaped bodies and vice versa.

Military standards in the States tends to be lowers as women were not supposed to be in combat roles. Now that they are being allowed in, we are probably going to see a change in this. While there has not been a big study on this, when transition to the men's scale for APFT, women hold some of the records in many bases. But until the studies on that is finished, I am only willing to make the generalization that it is unclear.

Also, the Y Chromosome changing faster does not mean that men are evolving faster. The general consensus now is that the Y chromosome will reach equilibrium and not have and drastic changes (the study I read being from 2006.) Even so, that does not establish dominance of any kind, as changes in the Y can bring forward recessive traits. It is one of the reasons why men are more effected by genetic diseases.

tl;dr there is more to humans than genes. Making generalizations is easy but tend to be unscientific.
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User avatar #55 to #50 - fedegon
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Yeah, thanks for clearing it up.
#9 - davvi
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OP thread?
#10 to #9 - davvi
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OP thread.
#11 to #10 - davvi
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OP is a gigantic faggot
#1 - cirquededc
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#2 - drakthaal
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this might cause a ********* but to some extent op is correct, men are statistically speaking more productive in almost any profession due to that they get less sick and they have a higher percentage of hunter personalities and women a higher percentage of gatherer personalities.
User avatar #3 to #2 - onkii
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"they get less sick"

nah bro, women are actually genetically superior because of their two X chromosomes. one x cancels out many hereditary diseases, which is why many men go bald. they don't have two X chromosomes to cancel it out.
#17 to #3 - anon id: 1528eb5e
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Bro.

Do you even genetics?
User avatar #14 to #3 - revisandbutthead
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Baldness is not a sex-linked characteristic, but things like hemophilia are more present in men because they lie on the X chromosome.
#6 to #3 - anon id: ac70d9d4
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male baldness is caused by a high testosterone level...
#4 to #3 - drakthaal
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men die younger but work a larger percentage of their lives. and during the period were they work they get less sick. ( feel free to check the statistics, i recommend picking a Scandinavian country due to them having the best equality). meaning from a business standpoint men are better workers.
User avatar #42 to #4 - goodcheese
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but the old adage of women get sicker men die quicker has not been proven to be a cause of anything physical necessarily. men don't report when they are sicker due to society telling them they have to be tough so they often don't report illnesses or pains or things of that nature which can be a problem when a small pain is a warning sign of something worse later on if left unchecked. women on the other hand are more familiar with the health care system and therefore have no qualms about visiting doctors for things that may be trivial so it's an error of reporting. men and women could very well have statistically insignificant health differences but since there is such a large difference in what problems get reported it's hard to tell.
#48 to #42 - drakthaal
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i read work statics on long term absence due to health problems ( not including pregnancy) and in the country i am most familiar with Norway, women have far more absence from work then men. and in statics for the few other countries i have read the trend has been the same. but yes men should go more to the doctor and that's something the healthcare system should work on. some scientist have theorized that the reason women get more sick is that they way more often then men suffer from stress due to that they have a larger percent of gatherer personalities then men. and i find it quite surprising and even a little ridiciouless that people have thumbed me down when all my claims are easily backed up if you pick up a sheet with the statics from the work places and the scientific theories accompanying these. but now i am slightly annoyed so i am gonna make a short statement not supported by science.
society lets women get away with far more things in today's society then men and even when confronted with serious scientific research they get mad and call people sexist something that wouldn't have happened if there scientific claims made about men.
User avatar #53 to #48 - goodcheese
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right but i think a lot of the problems in citing these studies and using evolutionary examples is the naturalistic fallacy which we have to be careful of. i'm not saying you aren't correct or your research isn't valid but we have to remember that just because our ancestors behaved a certain way and natural selection shaped our behaviors and ways of thinking sometimes doesn't make it right or how things actually happen, culture has a very large influence and sometimes people overestimate the power of genetics when it comes to behavior. for example, my genes make me lust after certain women even though i'm committed to my girlfriend but i don't sleep with these women even though my genes scream at me to have sex with her and pass on my dna. but because i was raised a certain way with a ceratin standard of ethics and in the culture i grew up in, cheating on a partner is wrong, i tell my genes to shut the **** up. also i do take issue with the claim that women get away with more things. while yes there are some double-standards against men, most of them are the fault of sexism towards women and the one's affecting women tend to be of greater magnitude such as victim-blaming in rape cases, attacks on women's health, and a lot of glass ceilings still exist.
#54 to #53 - drakthaal
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i have not heard a single person blaming the victim of rape. though i have heard things such as if she didn't act or dress a certain way it wouldn't have hapend and those people are probably right. that doesn't make it the victims fault though if i wear and expensive suit in my old neighborhood i am more likely to be robbed, still doesn't make it my fault. but i should have been more carefull.
and the hunter gatherer thing is actually pretty important it does not really effect behavior but it effects stress in today's society we are meant to work hard go home relax which is great for anyone with a hunter personality but a gatherer who are genetically predisposed to work for longer but less hard suffers from stress in the same life, which is part of the reason women get more sick.
but women are provably favoritised in for example the justice system, they get shorter sentences for crimes of the exact same measure as males in the same situation and they are systemically given shorter sentences (feel free to check the crime statistics) there has even been news articles on this exact matter. and in custody cases where the absolute worst offences happen where males are discriminated to an insane extent women always get primary custody unless she has a serious problem which is awful. there are no systematical discrimination of women to the same extent (at least in Scandinavia)
User avatar #57 to #54 - goodcheese
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saying that if a woman didn't dress or act a certain way is still classified as victim-blaming because she does not give verbal consent and the problem is the persecutor not the persecuted. and while it is an interesting explanation for maybe why women may get more sick it's merely speculation and again many statistics do not always accurately reflect what you are trying to test, women may get just as sick as men but it's hard to tell because men don't seek healthcare as often which is where a lot of these numbers come from. it's like saying a country has a low cancer rate when in fact the healthcare standards are poor so deaths and illness are not always diagnosed as cancer, it's not a true reflection of what actually is. as for discrimination in the justice system, while it adversely affects men it is the product of men being perceived as stronger and more capable than the inferior and irrational women, so while it does harm men it is the product of sexism towards women. as far as custody goes i agree women get it more often but again it is the fault of sexism towards women by stereotyping them as more motherly, less-career oriented, and therefore more suited to care for children when in fact both parents should share equal responsibility and thus the custody should be more egalitarian. remember that even though an inequality may harm men more than women, it is almost always the result of our society making men out to the stronger and the head of a household so to speak, and women as subservient and caretakers
#58 to #57 - drakthaal
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you did not really address the suit example. explaining is not the same as blaming by that logic we should not analyse why accidents happen so not to blame the victims. and my statics are as a i said long term absence from work. which to an employer matters. and seeking healthcare should just lower that static not increase it. that women take more sick leave from work is a fact. supported by every statistic

and classifying all sexism as sexism towards women is simply stupid. all sexism is judging based on gender. meaning it in 100 percent of cases effects both genders. you classify it as sexism towards whichever gender it damages the most in each case. and you should not force a role on those who do not want it, we should all have the same rights but it is okay that there are differences between us.
and to be honest it's pretty damn insulting when someone is discriminated against that you shift the focus to the other group which in this case is at an advantage.
in out society men and women have different roles something which could be debated is good or bad. but the fact is that part of the world men is the only group being discriminated against and you simply do not care because it is not the group you wish to protect which is a terrible ideology.

though this debate is turning very interesting as i would like to continue it in a simpler forum like a chat room where replies are faster.
User avatar #59 to #58 - goodcheese
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no we should do what we can to let people know how to avoid unsafe situations but the focus needs to be on the attacker. and women may take more sick days because as i mentioned before they feel more comfortable claiming sickness where men are raised not to. and yes sexism does exist towards men just as some racism exists towards white people and i'm sure heterophobia exists too but it's more often that things are in favor of heterosexual white males. i'm not trying to shift focus by saying that something is the cause of discrimination even if it harms one side i'm pointing out that it could be solved by regarding the sex ,race and sexual orientation of everybody as equal and deserving of equal treatment, it's bad to have these predetermined roles for people because when they don't want to fit into them they are seen as wrong. i do wish to protect men and women, all people, but it can only be done by recognizing the causes and seeking to eradicate them. take for example the double-standard of dress, if a woman dresses in mens clothing it is seen as not a problem and even as brave because to want to be a man makes sense, they have power. but if a man dresses in women's clothing he is looked down upon because it is considered weak and wrong to want to dress as women because why would somebody seek to lose power. you see how while a man is limited and discriminated against, it is because a woman is seen as inferior and therefore he suffers for wanting to imitate certain gender roles that he is not supposed to. if we want to help men who want to dress as women we need to raise the status of woman to that of equal to a man so it's not seen as a disgrace. white, male heterosexuals have been in power for so very long and so a lot of problems still exist because of it. yes things are changing but sharing one's power does not mean you are then the subject of oppression.
#60 to #59 - drakthaal
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mention one single legal advantage of being male. i live in the second most equal country on the whole face of the earth. and i do not believe for a second you want equal treatment. for example would you ever hit a girl, you probably wouldn't but you would hit a male. you are picking and choosing. did you for example know that in the us 40 percent of all police emergency regarding spousal abuse where the police have to help are women abusing men. the media is focused on women s struggle and never men's because of people like you who have no interest in equality only in furthering your own cause. and rape is not in any way discrimination it is horrible crime due to certain factors in the human psyche. and your remarks on white people was a preposterous comparison you are the one seeing women as weak you are fighting to improve things for them.
and you probably do not like this but there are genetical differences between the genders, that doesn't mean they should have any different rights though. differences are completely okay it is good that we have different strengths.
and i stand by my offer to move this debate to a chat room or a pm'ing system or something similar.
User avatar #61 to #60 - goodcheese
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ok. men's birth control isn't regulated at all. seriously, men can get condoms and vasectomies and anything else covered by health insurance pretty easily while in the US women are fighting a constant battle to get access to birth control and yet if she wants an abortion, it's her fault for getting pregnant. women are constantly being passed over for males as far as employment this has been tested and proven in studies where two applications with identical qualifications are presented and the only thing different is the name and women are consistently denied. while legally we have pretty equal rights, society and the majority of institutions treat women as second class citizens also.
as far as physical violence goes, no i wouldn't hit a man or a woman unless in self-defense but even then i don't like fighting period. yes men and women have differences but the ones of the most statistical significance aren't cognitive abilities but physical features, there's no denying that. yet we do not live in a world where physical strength matters as much and rather your mental capabilities wherein men and women are equally competent. the media and everyone else is interested in the woman's struggle and not the men's because men are still in power and have been for years. the majority of men do not face the same struggles and obstacles i would know, i'm a man, i've seen women better than i be passed up for promotion and academic praise. i do not see women as weak or inferior society still does, just because it's not as blatant as before doesn't mean these struggles still do not exist for one half of the population more often than the other. i truly do wish for equality but those in power must learn to share and of course there's a backlash against any progress but women are still treated as second-class. if you wish to continue this discussion we can just pm via funnyjunk if you want.
#62 to #61 - drakthaal
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=vp8tToFv-bA

you should watch this video.

it brings up some very important points
User avatar #7 to #2 - contaminatedwin
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Personalities don't determine your abilities, genius.
#8 to #7 - drakthaal
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actually they do, there has been serious studies on this matter.
i merely made a statement about statistics.
i made no claim that was not backed up by serious scientifically studies.
if you want to argue check the facts, and no i am not claiming all men work harder or something preposterous like that i merely commented with some scientificall material i found interesting.
User avatar #37 to #8 - contaminatedwin
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Obviously, there were no grammatical studies.
#27 to #8 - anon id: 198b387d
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You've yet to provide the evidence.
#29 to #27 - drakthaal
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it is easily accessible if you care you could check the papers yourself. most of it should be available with a few simple Google searches.
it is easily accessible if you care you could check the papers yourself. most of it should be available with a few simple Google searches.
User avatar #44 - youarenotspecial
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For all of those "well it's kind of true" comments, the answer is yes and no. There have been studies that show men excel more in some areas compared to women, while there are many that say differently.
Personally, I believe a lot of it has more to do with society. That would explain why girls in America score a lot lower on subjects like science than boys do, but girls in other countries tend to score higher or about the same as boys, for instance.

I'm inclined to think that in general cases there are inherit differences between the two sexes, but I don't believe that these should be treated like they are black and white and apply to all individuals.

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<-- OP
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