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#138 - There's your problem, don't be too sparing with the salt, don'… 01/31/2015 on Professionals reveal tricks 2 +1
#145 - No, it is rude when you insist on debating someone who has tol…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/31/2015 on Anti Vaxxers +1
#153 - sytheris (01/31/2015) [-]
I'm in no way insisting. Again, you're free to stop engaging me whenever you like.and again, I'm sorry you find how I write offensive, but again, not my fault, not really my problem. People don't have a right to not be offended. I don't consider my writing pompous or 'up-turned nose'-y. You're free to argue any point you like, be it that infants shouldn't be vaccinated or that I am putting on a front of confidence, though I can't do much to convince you I'm actually calm. Could be fuming mad over here for all you know.

If you don't want to debate about this, then don't. I'm not pushing, I'm responding to comments. Pushing would be spamming your inbox, actively trying to force you to engage me somehow.

I don't get offended when someone says I am wrong - so it isn't inherently offensive. You find it offensive, which is a shame, but again not my problem or fault.

I could have avoided this if I wanted to, yes. You could also very easily avoid this discussion in a similar manner. You're either intentionally misrepresenting me - which I find rude - or you're not really reading what I have to say. You say you don't want to talk, then you keep on talking. I don't personally think I have a superiority complex, though I'll be the first to admit I do consider myself intelligent. Most people do.

Sorry, don't believe in hall Disclaimer:This is a joke.

If you want to end the discussion, then end the discussion. Literally nothing is stopping you. If you don't want to argue, then don't argue.
#154 - sytheris (01/31/2015) [-]
Oop. Glarring typo there. "Sorry, don't believe in Hell*." How embarrassing.
#125 - And yet your people still assault people in the LGBT community…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/31/2015 on Professionals reveal tricks 2 +1
#221 - battletechmech (01/31/2015) [-]
Yeah, I believe you might be behind
www.advocate.com/crime/2014/10/24/watch-texas-airline-crowd-tackles-antigay-attacker
^news story about Texans beating the shit out of a homophobe^
The University I go to has a very large LGBT community, no one has tried to do shit against them, and every state has its share of homophobes, just look at Arizona, the only state that tried to pass legislation to refuse service to LGBT.
#122 - This is how I do it... When you're cooking, try and think of a…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/31/2015 on Professionals reveal tricks 2 +1
#126 - upyoursnumbnuts (01/31/2015) [-]
I'll admit that it's usually bland and sometimes it'll be over/undercooked. The recipe says 5 min so I cook it for 5 min. The recipient calls for 1 tsp pepper so I put exactly what the recipe says. Then it turns out tasteless or too salty, but I did what you told me.
#138 - AngelsShadow (01/31/2015) [-]
There's your problem, don't be too sparing with the salt, don't go overboard with it, but try to just keep going until it feels right, most people who create great food play by sight, they stop pouring the ingredient when it just feels like there's enough. That little sixth sense comes with practice, you have to fail a few times before you actually get it down, you have to taste the different spices and note their flavor, texture and potency, then you're ready to actually use them in cooking. Something like rosemary is very very potent and should be used in small amounts unless it's with lamb, but something like parsley is very light and you would have to add a little more parsley than you would rosemary
#120 - Yeah... Um... Texas is kind of like... The slow third cousin o…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/31/2015 on Professionals reveal tricks 2 +1
#123 - battletechmech (01/31/2015) [-]
Obviously you haven't been to Texas, everyone in Texas is smart at something, we have NASA over in Houston, engineers everywhere, and rednecks who can say the alphabet backwards and sometimes even forwards
#125 - AngelsShadow (01/31/2015) [-]
And yet your people still assault people in the LGBT community... As far as societal advancement goes... Y'all are a little late to the ballgame
#221 - battletechmech (01/31/2015) [-]
Yeah, I believe you might be behind
www.advocate.com/crime/2014/10/24/watch-texas-airline-crowd-tackles-antigay-attacker
^news story about Texans beating the shit out of a homophobe^
The University I go to has a very large LGBT community, no one has tried to do shit against them, and every state has its share of homophobes, just look at Arizona, the only state that tried to pass legislation to refuse service to LGBT.
#117 - If you're better at the scientific aspect of cooking, I would …  [+] (4 new replies) 01/31/2015 on Professionals reveal tricks 2 +1
#121 - upyoursnumbnuts (01/31/2015) [-]
I'm very good at baking. I can make cookies, cakes, brownies (yes those kind too), and scones that will make you face a fuck a vegan. But I want to be able to cook dinner to and not just dessert all the time.
#122 - AngelsShadow (01/31/2015) [-]
This is how I do it... When you're cooking, try and think of a spice and try to remember how it tastes, how it smells, is it earthy, is it sweet, try to let those things go through your mind, then take a small whiff of the spice or seasoning and then smell your protein, vegetable, starch or whatever you're seasoning and ask yourself "would this go well with this?"

Big question, is most of your food bland? Or do you tend to over season?
#126 - upyoursnumbnuts (01/31/2015) [-]
I'll admit that it's usually bland and sometimes it'll be over/undercooked. The recipe says 5 min so I cook it for 5 min. The recipient calls for 1 tsp pepper so I put exactly what the recipe says. Then it turns out tasteless or too salty, but I did what you told me.
#138 - AngelsShadow (01/31/2015) [-]
There's your problem, don't be too sparing with the salt, don't go overboard with it, but try to just keep going until it feels right, most people who create great food play by sight, they stop pouring the ingredient when it just feels like there's enough. That little sixth sense comes with practice, you have to fail a few times before you actually get it down, you have to taste the different spices and note their flavor, texture and potency, then you're ready to actually use them in cooking. Something like rosemary is very very potent and should be used in small amounts unless it's with lamb, but something like parsley is very light and you would have to add a little more parsley than you would rosemary
#131 - Okay, you know what? I can see exactly what kind of person you…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/31/2015 on Anti Vaxxers 0
#139 - sytheris (01/31/2015) [-]
I'm wrong quite often, unfortunately. I try my best to acknowledge it when I realize that I am(and do so in a civil manner), but in general, I think it's reasonable to try your best to not be wrong as a whole, and to encourage other people to not be wrong to the best of their ability as well. Sorry to hear I come across as how you describe me, though I can see why you'd get that impression, knowing people like that exist.

But with that in mind - I 'should' have let you be? Based on what? Am I to simply never engage anyone because of the risk they may be offended by what I have to say or how I present myself? No, I should do exactly what I want to do, because it doesn't hurt anyone to disagree and discuss things, and if people don't want to discuss, they can stop a conversation without getting upset at someone for trying to start one.

You consider it offensive and rude to disagree with people, and if I walked up to someone randomly and started shouting in their face, then yes, I'd agree (though that's still an opinion), the difference is you volunteered your beliefs to others with the intent to convince them you're correct. I disagree, and you complain about me disagreeing with you.

"This is what I believe."
"I don't agree - this is what I believe, and why I don't think you're correct."
"I don't want to 'debate'"
"Then don't, but this is why I believe you're wrong."
"You're still talking to me. I don't like your word choice."
"Sorry. If you don't want to engage me, then don't."
"But you're being rude! Stop talking to me after I made a general statement in a public place!"

Suppose this parody might be considered an 'insult', but I think it fits well.
"Not by my view."
#145 - AngelsShadow (01/31/2015) [-]
No, it is rude when you insist on debating someone who has told you, several times, that they do NOT want to debate something like this. When you start talking about a sensitive subject like vaccinations you are bound to offend someone for telling them they're wrong in such a pompous, up-turned nose kind of way, and then try to play it off all cool like it's not phasing you that someone is calling you out on your bull shit.

I told you, I don't want to debate about this, yet you keep pushing it and pushing it, that is rude, that is disrespectful and that actually makes you kind of an asshole for trying to convince me that I'm wrong when I keep telling you that I don't want to debate. Trying to tell someone that they're wrong, in and of itself, is not offensive, but when that person says they don't want to talk about it anymore and they keep telling you that they don't want to talk about it anymore and you keep at them over and over again, then it DOES become offensive, it becomes bombardment and that is incredibly offensive.

You know, you could have avoided this entire thing by simply saying "O.K." when I said that I didn't want to debate about this, this could have all been avoided, when someone says they don't want to talk about something, and you try to force them accept your way of thinking by telling them their wrong, even though they said that they really don't want to talk about it over and over and over again, it's called being a pompous jerk with a superiority complex, I have met a few people like you in my lifetime and you can just go straight to hell, I tried to find the good in people like you over and over again but I can't, I think we should end this discussion NOW.
#153 - sytheris (01/31/2015) [-]
I'm in no way insisting. Again, you're free to stop engaging me whenever you like.and again, I'm sorry you find how I write offensive, but again, not my fault, not really my problem. People don't have a right to not be offended. I don't consider my writing pompous or 'up-turned nose'-y. You're free to argue any point you like, be it that infants shouldn't be vaccinated or that I am putting on a front of confidence, though I can't do much to convince you I'm actually calm. Could be fuming mad over here for all you know.

If you don't want to debate about this, then don't. I'm not pushing, I'm responding to comments. Pushing would be spamming your inbox, actively trying to force you to engage me somehow.

I don't get offended when someone says I am wrong - so it isn't inherently offensive. You find it offensive, which is a shame, but again not my problem or fault.

I could have avoided this if I wanted to, yes. You could also very easily avoid this discussion in a similar manner. You're either intentionally misrepresenting me - which I find rude - or you're not really reading what I have to say. You say you don't want to talk, then you keep on talking. I don't personally think I have a superiority complex, though I'll be the first to admit I do consider myself intelligent. Most people do.

Sorry, don't believe in hall Disclaimer:This is a joke.

If you want to end the discussion, then end the discussion. Literally nothing is stopping you. If you don't want to argue, then don't argue.
#154 - sytheris (01/31/2015) [-]
Oop. Glarring typo there. "Sorry, don't believe in Hell*." How embarrassing.
#121 - This is a comedy forum... I didn't engage in a debate, I made …  [+] (6 new replies) 01/31/2015 on Anti Vaxxers +1
#126 - sytheris (01/31/2015) [-]
And I countered your stated beliefs with my own. If you don't want to discuss it, don't.

I'm not saying you're an idiot, I'm saying you're wrong based on my knowledge and understanding. Many things we do are un-called for, that does not make them wrong.

I'm in no way harassing you, mate. You can stop talking to me at any time. Not my fault you took offense to what I had to say in a public (comedy) forum, though offending you wasn't my intention. The very nature of expression your opinion to others brings the risk of people disagreeing with you, which also often is followed by people trying to convince you to agree with them.
#131 - AngelsShadow (01/31/2015) [-]
Okay, you know what? I can see exactly what kind of person you are, you're the type who is "never wrong" you can never be told that you're wrong and if you ever get proven wrong you'll throw a huge fit and whine like a little girl, I've met people like you before, you seem all calm and cool and collected now, but the moment you get proven wrong you're going to blow up and let all the insults start flowing out. So I'm not going to continue this, I never want to start this in the first place, you should have just let it be when I said I didn't want to debate but you kept pushing the subject and for that, it kind of IS your fault that I got offended at your incessant need to prove my beliefs wrong, it's no different than telling a Christian that their religion is wrong because science says there's no proof of God, it's offensive and it's rude.
#139 - sytheris (01/31/2015) [-]
I'm wrong quite often, unfortunately. I try my best to acknowledge it when I realize that I am(and do so in a civil manner), but in general, I think it's reasonable to try your best to not be wrong as a whole, and to encourage other people to not be wrong to the best of their ability as well. Sorry to hear I come across as how you describe me, though I can see why you'd get that impression, knowing people like that exist.

But with that in mind - I 'should' have let you be? Based on what? Am I to simply never engage anyone because of the risk they may be offended by what I have to say or how I present myself? No, I should do exactly what I want to do, because it doesn't hurt anyone to disagree and discuss things, and if people don't want to discuss, they can stop a conversation without getting upset at someone for trying to start one.

You consider it offensive and rude to disagree with people, and if I walked up to someone randomly and started shouting in their face, then yes, I'd agree (though that's still an opinion), the difference is you volunteered your beliefs to others with the intent to convince them you're correct. I disagree, and you complain about me disagreeing with you.

"This is what I believe."
"I don't agree - this is what I believe, and why I don't think you're correct."
"I don't want to 'debate'"
"Then don't, but this is why I believe you're wrong."
"You're still talking to me. I don't like your word choice."
"Sorry. If you don't want to engage me, then don't."
"But you're being rude! Stop talking to me after I made a general statement in a public place!"

Suppose this parody might be considered an 'insult', but I think it fits well.
"Not by my view."
#145 - AngelsShadow (01/31/2015) [-]
No, it is rude when you insist on debating someone who has told you, several times, that they do NOT want to debate something like this. When you start talking about a sensitive subject like vaccinations you are bound to offend someone for telling them they're wrong in such a pompous, up-turned nose kind of way, and then try to play it off all cool like it's not phasing you that someone is calling you out on your bull shit.

I told you, I don't want to debate about this, yet you keep pushing it and pushing it, that is rude, that is disrespectful and that actually makes you kind of an asshole for trying to convince me that I'm wrong when I keep telling you that I don't want to debate. Trying to tell someone that they're wrong, in and of itself, is not offensive, but when that person says they don't want to talk about it anymore and they keep telling you that they don't want to talk about it anymore and you keep at them over and over again, then it DOES become offensive, it becomes bombardment and that is incredibly offensive.

You know, you could have avoided this entire thing by simply saying "O.K." when I said that I didn't want to debate about this, this could have all been avoided, when someone says they don't want to talk about something, and you try to force them accept your way of thinking by telling them their wrong, even though they said that they really don't want to talk about it over and over and over again, it's called being a pompous jerk with a superiority complex, I have met a few people like you in my lifetime and you can just go straight to hell, I tried to find the good in people like you over and over again but I can't, I think we should end this discussion NOW.
#153 - sytheris (01/31/2015) [-]
I'm in no way insisting. Again, you're free to stop engaging me whenever you like.and again, I'm sorry you find how I write offensive, but again, not my fault, not really my problem. People don't have a right to not be offended. I don't consider my writing pompous or 'up-turned nose'-y. You're free to argue any point you like, be it that infants shouldn't be vaccinated or that I am putting on a front of confidence, though I can't do much to convince you I'm actually calm. Could be fuming mad over here for all you know.

If you don't want to debate about this, then don't. I'm not pushing, I'm responding to comments. Pushing would be spamming your inbox, actively trying to force you to engage me somehow.

I don't get offended when someone says I am wrong - so it isn't inherently offensive. You find it offensive, which is a shame, but again not my problem or fault.

I could have avoided this if I wanted to, yes. You could also very easily avoid this discussion in a similar manner. You're either intentionally misrepresenting me - which I find rude - or you're not really reading what I have to say. You say you don't want to talk, then you keep on talking. I don't personally think I have a superiority complex, though I'll be the first to admit I do consider myself intelligent. Most people do.

Sorry, don't believe in hall Disclaimer:This is a joke.

If you want to end the discussion, then end the discussion. Literally nothing is stopping you. If you don't want to argue, then don't argue.
#154 - sytheris (01/31/2015) [-]
Oop. Glarring typo there. "Sorry, don't believe in Hell*." How embarrassing.
#117 - No I said "now that could be just a coincidence, because…  [+] (8 new replies) 01/31/2015 on Anti Vaxxers +1
#118 - sytheris (01/31/2015) [-]
Not how I read it then, Apologies.

If you don't want to be convinced, then don't engage. I don't really care if you think I look like an ass - You made a statement in a public forum that I am responding to. If my motivations are to convince you, that's my prerogative.

Most doctors would advocate that anyway. I was under the impression you'd be waiting much longer periods to get vaccinations. Never mind then. Still, these kinds of things ARE doable with minimal risk with proper equipment and prep, not that it is usually necessary.
#121 - AngelsShadow (01/31/2015) [-]
This is a comedy forum... I didn't engage in a debate, I made a statement in an effort to educate, you're the one who initiated a debate, not me, I simply told you that my beliefs are my beliefs and you trying to change them by telling me, in nice words, that I'm an idiot is rude and un-called for, most doctors would probably tell you to tone it down a notch and just leave me alone to be honest.
#126 - sytheris (01/31/2015) [-]
And I countered your stated beliefs with my own. If you don't want to discuss it, don't.

I'm not saying you're an idiot, I'm saying you're wrong based on my knowledge and understanding. Many things we do are un-called for, that does not make them wrong.

I'm in no way harassing you, mate. You can stop talking to me at any time. Not my fault you took offense to what I had to say in a public (comedy) forum, though offending you wasn't my intention. The very nature of expression your opinion to others brings the risk of people disagreeing with you, which also often is followed by people trying to convince you to agree with them.
#131 - AngelsShadow (01/31/2015) [-]
Okay, you know what? I can see exactly what kind of person you are, you're the type who is "never wrong" you can never be told that you're wrong and if you ever get proven wrong you'll throw a huge fit and whine like a little girl, I've met people like you before, you seem all calm and cool and collected now, but the moment you get proven wrong you're going to blow up and let all the insults start flowing out. So I'm not going to continue this, I never want to start this in the first place, you should have just let it be when I said I didn't want to debate but you kept pushing the subject and for that, it kind of IS your fault that I got offended at your incessant need to prove my beliefs wrong, it's no different than telling a Christian that their religion is wrong because science says there's no proof of God, it's offensive and it's rude.
#139 - sytheris (01/31/2015) [-]
I'm wrong quite often, unfortunately. I try my best to acknowledge it when I realize that I am(and do so in a civil manner), but in general, I think it's reasonable to try your best to not be wrong as a whole, and to encourage other people to not be wrong to the best of their ability as well. Sorry to hear I come across as how you describe me, though I can see why you'd get that impression, knowing people like that exist.

But with that in mind - I 'should' have let you be? Based on what? Am I to simply never engage anyone because of the risk they may be offended by what I have to say or how I present myself? No, I should do exactly what I want to do, because it doesn't hurt anyone to disagree and discuss things, and if people don't want to discuss, they can stop a conversation without getting upset at someone for trying to start one.

You consider it offensive and rude to disagree with people, and if I walked up to someone randomly and started shouting in their face, then yes, I'd agree (though that's still an opinion), the difference is you volunteered your beliefs to others with the intent to convince them you're correct. I disagree, and you complain about me disagreeing with you.

"This is what I believe."
"I don't agree - this is what I believe, and why I don't think you're correct."
"I don't want to 'debate'"
"Then don't, but this is why I believe you're wrong."
"You're still talking to me. I don't like your word choice."
"Sorry. If you don't want to engage me, then don't."
"But you're being rude! Stop talking to me after I made a general statement in a public place!"

Suppose this parody might be considered an 'insult', but I think it fits well.
"Not by my view."
#145 - AngelsShadow (01/31/2015) [-]
No, it is rude when you insist on debating someone who has told you, several times, that they do NOT want to debate something like this. When you start talking about a sensitive subject like vaccinations you are bound to offend someone for telling them they're wrong in such a pompous, up-turned nose kind of way, and then try to play it off all cool like it's not phasing you that someone is calling you out on your bull shit.

I told you, I don't want to debate about this, yet you keep pushing it and pushing it, that is rude, that is disrespectful and that actually makes you kind of an asshole for trying to convince me that I'm wrong when I keep telling you that I don't want to debate. Trying to tell someone that they're wrong, in and of itself, is not offensive, but when that person says they don't want to talk about it anymore and they keep telling you that they don't want to talk about it anymore and you keep at them over and over again, then it DOES become offensive, it becomes bombardment and that is incredibly offensive.

You know, you could have avoided this entire thing by simply saying "O.K." when I said that I didn't want to debate about this, this could have all been avoided, when someone says they don't want to talk about something, and you try to force them accept your way of thinking by telling them their wrong, even though they said that they really don't want to talk about it over and over and over again, it's called being a pompous jerk with a superiority complex, I have met a few people like you in my lifetime and you can just go straight to hell, I tried to find the good in people like you over and over again but I can't, I think we should end this discussion NOW.
#153 - sytheris (01/31/2015) [-]
I'm in no way insisting. Again, you're free to stop engaging me whenever you like.and again, I'm sorry you find how I write offensive, but again, not my fault, not really my problem. People don't have a right to not be offended. I don't consider my writing pompous or 'up-turned nose'-y. You're free to argue any point you like, be it that infants shouldn't be vaccinated or that I am putting on a front of confidence, though I can't do much to convince you I'm actually calm. Could be fuming mad over here for all you know.

If you don't want to debate about this, then don't. I'm not pushing, I'm responding to comments. Pushing would be spamming your inbox, actively trying to force you to engage me somehow.

I don't get offended when someone says I am wrong - so it isn't inherently offensive. You find it offensive, which is a shame, but again not my problem or fault.

I could have avoided this if I wanted to, yes. You could also very easily avoid this discussion in a similar manner. You're either intentionally misrepresenting me - which I find rude - or you're not really reading what I have to say. You say you don't want to talk, then you keep on talking. I don't personally think I have a superiority complex, though I'll be the first to admit I do consider myself intelligent. Most people do.

Sorry, don't believe in hall Disclaimer:This is a joke.

If you want to end the discussion, then end the discussion. Literally nothing is stopping you. If you don't want to argue, then don't argue.
#154 - sytheris (01/31/2015) [-]
Oop. Glarring typo there. "Sorry, don't believe in Hell*." How embarrassing.
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