wat. . Today, I walked in on my daughter lying on her bed, repeatedly opening and {losing her legs. I asked her what she was doing, and she replied, "Trying to
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Today, I walked in on my daughter lying on her bed, repeatedly opening and {losing her legs. I
asked her what she was doing, and she replied, "Trying to queef. I saw it online." PML
I agree. your life sucks 43) - you deserved it (s 743) Like i
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#54 - potatophucker (05/05/2013) [-]
Broken Gifs can be pretty disturbing
Broken Gifs can be pretty disturbing
#52 - capnwetnipples (05/05/2013) [-]
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that **** is gross
User avatar #49 - fireblazing (05/05/2013) [-]
Queef?
User avatar #43 - mrgoodlove ONLINE (05/05/2013) [-]
He might have failed as a parent
#36 - megzzie (05/05/2013) [-]
Why would you want to queef?
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#30 - skwirl (05/05/2013) [-]
I thought it was going to say photosynthesis
User avatar #28 - chrisruler (05/05/2013) [-]
DAMN IT DESCRIPTION....you were so close.
#27 - sirbrentcoe (05/05/2013) [-]
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#25 - datfunnyguy ONLINE (05/05/2013) [-]
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#21 - marticuss (05/05/2013) [-]
What the **** is wrong with 5743 people? Nobody deserves that...
User avatar #48 to #21 - elyiia (05/05/2013) [-]
I've seen people say they deserved it for getting mugged and worse. Pretty sure they just do it to be dicks.
User avatar #24 to #21 - admiralen (05/05/2013) [-]
those people are wierd, they think people deserve everything
#20 - flyingraptor (05/05/2013) [-]
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User avatar #15 - tojimajia (05/04/2013) [-]
Today, I walked in on my daughter lying on her bed, repeatedly opening and {losing her legs.
lost it at that
User avatar #6 - rastafariswatteam (05/04/2013) [-]
This is why wives are only allowed to inform daughters that dinner is ready.
User avatar #38 to #6 - benjamesbutton (05/05/2013) [-]
>implying that the wife can leave the kitchen
User avatar #63 to #38 - rastafariswatteam (05/06/2013) [-]
>Implying the wife has to leave the kitchen in order to tell daughter something
User avatar #2 - sisterblister (05/04/2013) [-]
i read walked on my daughter
User avatar #8 to #2 - sirfisticuffs (05/04/2013) [-]
Would've been less weird, at least.
User avatar #9 to #8 - sisterblister (05/04/2013) [-]
yes
#1 - theafroman (05/04/2013) [-]
My sisters have both been caught looking at porn and porn accessories on various devices. They are 10 and 8. This is rather disturbing.
#44 to #1 - wazapdude (05/05/2013) [-]
Try having your sister talk about porn with her friends while you are in the same room.
Try having your sister talk about porn with her friends while you are in the same room.
#55 to #44 - ironsoul (05/05/2013) [-]
but then... I don't have a sister.
User avatar #37 to #1 - propanex (05/05/2013) [-]
they just be curious
#31 to #1 - maxismahname (05/05/2013) [-]
"porn and porn accessories"
User avatar #42 to #31 - tragicrhapsody (05/05/2013) [-]
Beat me to it
User avatar #47 to #42 - misticalz (05/05/2013) [-]
The girls beat it too.

hueheuehueheuh
#33 to #31 - anonymous (05/05/2013) [-]
all of my yes
User avatar #22 to #1 - adrilazzaro ONLINE (05/05/2013) [-]
eh depends on person to person, i started fapping when i was 8 and tried my very hardest to access porn since that age
#18 to #1 - anonymous (05/05/2013) [-]
pics or it didnt happen
User avatar #16 to #1 - jarelk (05/04/2013) [-]
I don't remember how old I was, but me and a friend of mine watched porn from a very early age. Like, 10-12 or something. But it wasn't anything sexual, mostly curiousity.

I don't think it's unhealthy per sé, but I can imagine if you watch too much porn you end up with a very ****** image of sex. I grew up fine in the end (I think). So maybe it's normal?
User avatar #13 to #1 - infinitereaper (05/04/2013) [-]
In nature your an adult once you hit puberty. For the vast of majority of history things were considered the same too with human beings but all of a sudden thats no longer the case.

Frankly though, I think the growth hormones, fat, salt, and sugar in our food supply are working a little too well. It worries me some of the statistical anomalies that seem to indicate earlier and earlier puberty among girls. This might be strange coming from someone who likes younger girls, but honestly I do find it disturbing.
User avatar #23 to #13 - Fgner (05/05/2013) [-]
I don't actually think it's all up to the growth hormones.

As humanity progresses, we've noticed increases in a lot of our abilities. Because we learned how to increase our food intake and health, as well as stopped requiring manual labor, our bodies are attempted to adapt. These bodies are designed to run for miles and chase prey until they're exhausted (or stabbed to death) - they're designed to build things and tools, to be in a state of constant movement (gathering). We're designed to run on relatively little food, and adapt rapidly to our environment. It took thousands of years to go from Mesopetamia to even just the technology of the Medievils, and we saw rapid develop of the human body + brain in that time. Then the Industrial Revolution (Skipping the between simply because it wasn't technologically enriching - persay) came and it's only been a few hundred years and... well you can see how advanced and different we are. Our needs and urges are almost instantly satisfied, our mental requirements are skyrocketing while our physical requirements plummet, almost everything that was important as we evolved is becoming unimportant to us now, so our bodies can't adapt fast enough, and it's basically in a state of shock.

But that's my educated opinion. It could definitely just be hormones in our food. I don't care that much - it's happening no matter what.
User avatar #34 to #23 - infinitereaper (05/05/2013) [-]
What happens to a species then? With natural selection out the window will our genes stagnate? Is it possible that lack of natural selection will increase disease and the frailness of our bodies?
User avatar #35 to #34 - Fgner (05/05/2013) [-]
Natural selection still takes place, in a different way albeit. But yes, severely decreased and sometimes for the worse (as the more intelligent the person - the less children they have statistically).

But it's hard to say. It may make us weaker and more frail - but nor does it matter. Artificial evolution is already occuring. Since we bypass natural selection, we have to keep things up by artificial means. Prosthetics, implants, etc - it's the way we're heading, and it's the only way we are capable of continuing as a species.
User avatar #50 to #35 - infinitereaper (05/05/2013) [-]
I suppose so, though right now I think humanity faces the greatest threat it's ever faced its own history--itself.

The population is exploding. Everything is unprecedented. With the biosphere at risk and our general nature thriving, well... I can only wonder what the future is going to look like. I can't get a gray image out of my head. What I imagine is an ugly place. I suppose most people imagine a scientific utopia, but we all know how that always ends up
User avatar #59 to #50 - Fgner (05/05/2013) [-]
> Over population is a well known issue. China limits it's childbirth - which is truly the only way to accomplish this. Well, the other option is a rapid development to extraterrestial colonization and development. But that's still a very temporary solution, very costly, and requires about a few hundred years to be crammed into a couple decades.

> Biosphere is fine. Doesn't really matter. The ozone hole is closing, not expanding. Sure, the Earth heats, but it's the natural cycle. The Earth boils, then freezes, boils, then freezes. Humanity may speed it up a bit, but it's nowhere near enough to cause what would be necessary to destroy our world within a timeframe that we should be considering it a threat to our existence. We're rapidly developing eco-friendly tech now. It's a focus of our existance. Third-world or disobedient countries are the problems now, and if it gets to a point where action must be taken - it will be.

> Life adapts, it's how it survives. There's small bio organisms that use radiation from uranium underground to power water-based reactions. Also, humanity may be the most destructive, but we're the most preservative. We know when we're threatening a species - and then we do a lot to save them. So even if it gets to a horrible point, we'll contain the species for repopulation when it's viable. Sure, we may have a few decades, maybe centuries with a very small natural presence - but if humanity pulls ourselves out, we'll recover. We don't need nature to survive luckily, so the problem there is minimal.

> Continued.
User avatar #60 to #59 - Fgner (05/05/2013) [-]
> No, it's a pretty nice place. You're just very pessimistic in your world view. Liek I said, science is rapidly evolving. Societies are becoming more and more civilized and sustainable. Our third-world countries are still infintesimally more privelged than the first world country of 200 years ago. The world is changing for the better - even though it has negative side effects. And the worst part is that good news isn't entertaining or shocking enough to support a viewerbase - therefore the media focuses on the problems they can nitpick and resort to scare tactics. The real news includes NASA developing a warp drive, discovering drugs that give perfect recall to everyone, developing neural chips to fix our mental problems, nerve scaffolds and bone stimulants and plastic skins etc that allow almost every injury to be fixed quickly, we're having a cultural and scientific revolution because of the internet and this quantity of talent is unpresedented! We've made DNA better than DNA, spacecraft that ride the "winds" of space, cameras that can record photons of light at trillions of frame a second. I could go on for hours with diseases we've cured, problems we've solved, and progress we've made - but I think I've made my point. The future of humanity isn't grey - it's black. We're not going to live, we're going to thrive. We'll continue to think and grow until the galaxy, perhaps even the whole universe disappates into nothingness. Because that's what we were born to do. I like to say it's the true "manifest destiny" if there ever was one.

> One more.
#61 to #60 - Fgner (05/05/2013) [-]
> And scientific utopia never ends. We'll never find utopia, you're right. Utopia is taken from the Greek οὐτόπος ("No Place"), and the Greek εὖτόπος ("Good Place"). They're both pronounced the same, giving Utopia a double meaning. The word was actually designed around this exact double meaning. We'll always be striving for the perfect society, but we'll never reach it because we will always find more to perfect, a better thing to create, a tool never thought of. We look ahead and see this "utopia" because it's built in to us to go forward and create it. And we've overcome every test and trial that in our way so far, and we're almost to the point where not a damn thing can stand in our way.

It was nice talking, my good sir. I'm sorry for the essays.

I hope you have a wonderful life, and I hope I changed your thoughts on these things, have a wallpaper.
User avatar #62 to #61 - infinitereaper (05/05/2013) [-]
I like your attitude. Its just that I've been cursed with unluck, misfortune and pain. I smile all the time and carry happiness but you know, it's hard. I know not the meaning of success, and I long for a future I'll never live long enough to see. That being said I haven't thrown in the towel! I want to contribute to humanity's future as well! I look forward to it and have high hopes, however, I know that we could be in for lots of horrible things in the future.

I know a lot of things about humanity and society and have been researching and studying it for years. Trust me. Things are way more ****** up than you can imagine, and no amount of positive progress is going to change the corruption in our society. it's beyond forgiveness. In fact I plan to write about it. An expose' on the truth. Who knows If I'll ever accomplish that though, like I said I know not success.
#12 to #1 - anonymous (05/04/2013) [-]
Well according to studies they ****** faster?
User avatar #7 to #1 - danniegurl ONLINE (05/04/2013) [-]
am i the only one who looks at that kind of stuff just to, uh, compare?
User avatar #14 to #7 - hydromatic (05/04/2013) [-]
I dunno, i look at it to ********** .
User avatar #11 to #7 - violentpixi (05/04/2013) [-]
30-40% of women admit to watching pornography whilst 70% of men admit to it.

Ergo, statistically, women lie more
User avatar #3 to #1 - maliceofdogs (05/04/2013) [-]
thats kinda like a friend of mine who says she'll have her family take her to male strip club when she's 18. and says she looks at gay porn.
User avatar #26 to #3 - Zaxplab (05/05/2013) [-]
Hell, if guys look at ******* porn, why cant girls look at gay porn?
#4 to #3 - theafroman (05/04/2013) [-]
I have a female friend that's really into **** and stuff like that. It's almost an unhealthy obsession. Girls in my life are really weird.
User avatar #32 to #4 - smokekusheveryday ONLINE (05/05/2013) [-]
lucky....
User avatar #29 to #4 - maliceofdogs (05/05/2013) [-]
i have more weird friends who are girls than you probably. ****** conversation at lunch, same friend asks best friend about times sex had, and boob talk during school.
#5 to #4 - anonymous (05/04/2013) [-]
You didn't need that 'in my life' part
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