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#45 - the full video is actually so ******* heartbreaki…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/31/2013 on bestest friend -2
User avatar #182 - alreadyexiststho (07/31/2013) [-]
in what way is it heartbreaking?
#16 - I want o-o 07/27/2013 on Gyroscopically stable as shit. -1
#24 - You first comment was slightly offensive, yes.  [+] (1 new reply) 07/27/2013 on Bad days 0
#28 - ddylann (07/27/2013) [-]
how so
#110 - I can understand if there's that sort of attitude towards it, … 07/25/2013 on III -1
#22 - If we get enough crap for wearing low cut shirts, we're not go… 07/25/2013 on III +1
#14 - No, because guys can just take their shirts off.  [+] (7 new replies) 07/25/2013 on III +3
#25 - yologdog (07/25/2013) [-]
For your information the only place I feel it's ok for men to take their top off because it's "too warm" is if they're in the middle of the Sahara.

I live in New England, whether you have a t-shirt on or off doesn't mean a damn thing because the humidity makes everything the same level of hot, sweaty, and sticky. The only difference is if women want to use it as a false excuse to look like sluts (Or in men's case, Trashy and poor.)

In b4 "You don't know what it's like to have to adjust your tits because your a boy." I was (happily) born with a 7 inch dick that needs readjusting every 5-10 minutes because it gets sweaty and uncomfortable down there. How do you think I feel having to wear thick pants all day at work while ladies get to wear tank tops and adjust themselves whenever they feel like it.

RAGGLEFRAGGLE I'M ANGRY ABOUT THIS!
User avatar #110 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I can understand if there's that sort of attitude towards it, but where I live it's perfectly normal and acceptable for guys to walk around with no shirt on. ~

As for the second part
that sucks and I'm sorry ~
User avatar #15 - pedobearRAW (07/25/2013) [-]
in the part of Canada were i live, women can go topless if they want.
User avatar #22 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
If we get enough crap for wearing low cut shirts, we're not going to go topless.
User avatar #18 - foelkera (07/25/2013) [-]
can I come visit
User avatar #17 - bottleofrum (07/25/2013) [-]
where exactly?
#34 - hellboundstrength (07/25/2013) [-]
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#10 - Women don't only dress for men. If it's +30c/80f outside, you …  [+] (10 new replies) 07/25/2013 on III -8
User avatar #67 - commontroll (07/25/2013) [-]
So don't get pissed off if a guy happens to glance at your cleavage. Human instincts to notice skin.
#12 - Womens Study Major (07/25/2013) [-]
you dont see us guys wearing lower and lower cut v necks the hotter it gets
User avatar #14 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
No, because guys can just take their shirts off.
#25 - yologdog (07/25/2013) [-]
For your information the only place I feel it's ok for men to take their top off because it's "too warm" is if they're in the middle of the Sahara.

I live in New England, whether you have a t-shirt on or off doesn't mean a damn thing because the humidity makes everything the same level of hot, sweaty, and sticky. The only difference is if women want to use it as a false excuse to look like sluts (Or in men's case, Trashy and poor.)

In b4 "You don't know what it's like to have to adjust your tits because your a boy." I was (happily) born with a 7 inch dick that needs readjusting every 5-10 minutes because it gets sweaty and uncomfortable down there. How do you think I feel having to wear thick pants all day at work while ladies get to wear tank tops and adjust themselves whenever they feel like it.

RAGGLEFRAGGLE I'M ANGRY ABOUT THIS!
User avatar #110 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I can understand if there's that sort of attitude towards it, but where I live it's perfectly normal and acceptable for guys to walk around with no shirt on. ~

As for the second part
that sucks and I'm sorry ~
User avatar #15 - pedobearRAW (07/25/2013) [-]
in the part of Canada were i live, women can go topless if they want.
User avatar #22 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
If we get enough crap for wearing low cut shirts, we're not going to go topless.
User avatar #18 - foelkera (07/25/2013) [-]
can I come visit
User avatar #17 - bottleofrum (07/25/2013) [-]
where exactly?
#34 - hellboundstrength (07/25/2013) [-]
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#292 - I have a gaming PC finally ^.^ I want to do some upgrading ~ I… 07/25/2013 on Fiend can be empty -1
#287 - I'm finally starting to shop online for clothes a little bit, …  [+] (2 new replies) 07/25/2013 on Fiend can be empty -1
User avatar #289 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
Buying things online would lift a huge burden for me, but I can't. It blows.

I think my plans would be to save up for a nice gaming PC and then just spend some money now and then on clothes.

You can be cute with a punkish look, really.
User avatar #292 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I have a gaming PC finally ^.^ I want to do some upgrading ~ I would be already if I'd been allowed to get a job this summer ~

and thanks ~ ^.^ I hope so ~
#277 - I've just never like femininity that much. I mean, I'm kinda f…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/25/2013 on Fiend can be empty -1
#284 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
Hmm, I see. I hate shopping too, but I'm not sure if it's because I can't go like: "Oh, that one is cute!" or "Can I have this one?", "Can I try it out?". Maybe it's because I can't get any of the clothes and my mom always wants to buy me uncomfortable jeans.
I think I'd enjoy it more if I went shopping with a girl or another boy with my interest.
User avatar #287 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I'm finally starting to shop online for clothes a little bit, and my main dilemma is that I don't know if I want to go for the cutesie stuff that suits my face or the semi-punk/gamer stuff that suites my personality ~

I think I'll just save up an unreasonable amount of money and buy my entire wardrobe (at least of shirts) at comic con. ^.^
User avatar #289 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
Buying things online would lift a huge burden for me, but I can't. It blows.

I think my plans would be to save up for a nice gaming PC and then just spend some money now and then on clothes.

You can be cute with a punkish look, really.
User avatar #292 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I have a gaming PC finally ^.^ I want to do some upgrading ~ I would be already if I'd been allowed to get a job this summer ~

and thanks ~ ^.^ I hope so ~
#265 - Ah, it's cool that you know exactly what you like ^.^  [+] (6 new replies) 07/25/2013 on Fiend can be empty -1
User avatar #267 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
How come you like masculinity though? I absolutely despise me for just a tiny bit of masculinity.
Is it because it's just natural for a girl to be attracted to masculinity?
#277 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I've just never like femininity that much. I mean, I'm kinda femme, but only because it suites my face, and my mom does my shopping. (I turn 17 tomorrow and hate shopping.)

It probably also helps that girls have always treated me like shit at school and stuff.
I get along better with guys, or gamer girls. We share interests.

I don't know about the beard thing. Maybe because I grew up on country music, flannel, and on a farm. I also love tattoos and piercings ~

So I don't really know ~

Muscles aren't a big thing for me though. I couldn't really care less.

It might also relate to my anxiety and depression ~
I can have someone to protect me and stuff blah blah. ?

Puppy .gif because puppies.
#284 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
Hmm, I see. I hate shopping too, but I'm not sure if it's because I can't go like: "Oh, that one is cute!" or "Can I have this one?", "Can I try it out?". Maybe it's because I can't get any of the clothes and my mom always wants to buy me uncomfortable jeans.
I think I'd enjoy it more if I went shopping with a girl or another boy with my interest.
User avatar #287 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I'm finally starting to shop online for clothes a little bit, and my main dilemma is that I don't know if I want to go for the cutesie stuff that suits my face or the semi-punk/gamer stuff that suites my personality ~

I think I'll just save up an unreasonable amount of money and buy my entire wardrobe (at least of shirts) at comic con. ^.^
User avatar #289 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
Buying things online would lift a huge burden for me, but I can't. It blows.

I think my plans would be to save up for a nice gaming PC and then just spend some money now and then on clothes.

You can be cute with a punkish look, really.
User avatar #292 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I have a gaming PC finally ^.^ I want to do some upgrading ~ I would be already if I'd been allowed to get a job this summer ~

and thanks ~ ^.^ I hope so ~
#261 - I'm a fem "gamergirl", and the only man I've ever be…  [+] (8 new replies) 07/24/2013 on Fiend can be empty -1
#262 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
I absolutely can't stand masculinity and beards...
The only sexual orientation I can find fitting for me is pansexual.
The only condition I pretty much have is that the person can not be masculine or fat.
User avatar #265 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
Ah, it's cool that you know exactly what you like ^.^
User avatar #267 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
How come you like masculinity though? I absolutely despise me for just a tiny bit of masculinity.
Is it because it's just natural for a girl to be attracted to masculinity?
#277 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I've just never like femininity that much. I mean, I'm kinda femme, but only because it suites my face, and my mom does my shopping. (I turn 17 tomorrow and hate shopping.)

It probably also helps that girls have always treated me like shit at school and stuff.
I get along better with guys, or gamer girls. We share interests.

I don't know about the beard thing. Maybe because I grew up on country music, flannel, and on a farm. I also love tattoos and piercings ~

So I don't really know ~

Muscles aren't a big thing for me though. I couldn't really care less.

It might also relate to my anxiety and depression ~
I can have someone to protect me and stuff blah blah. ?

Puppy .gif because puppies.
#284 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
Hmm, I see. I hate shopping too, but I'm not sure if it's because I can't go like: "Oh, that one is cute!" or "Can I have this one?", "Can I try it out?". Maybe it's because I can't get any of the clothes and my mom always wants to buy me uncomfortable jeans.
I think I'd enjoy it more if I went shopping with a girl or another boy with my interest.
User avatar #287 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I'm finally starting to shop online for clothes a little bit, and my main dilemma is that I don't know if I want to go for the cutesie stuff that suits my face or the semi-punk/gamer stuff that suites my personality ~

I think I'll just save up an unreasonable amount of money and buy my entire wardrobe (at least of shirts) at comic con. ^.^
User avatar #289 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
Buying things online would lift a huge burden for me, but I can't. It blows.

I think my plans would be to save up for a nice gaming PC and then just spend some money now and then on clothes.

You can be cute with a punkish look, really.
User avatar #292 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I have a gaming PC finally ^.^ I want to do some upgrading ~ I would be already if I'd been allowed to get a job this summer ~

and thanks ~ ^.^ I hope so ~
#250 - I agree ~ I'm a gamer, and it's a lot easier for me t…  [+] (10 new replies) 07/24/2013 on Fiend can be empty -1
#253 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
I don't even know what a butch girl is.
That's good, then I don't have to explain and argue.

I, myself like femboys and gamergirls who still have their femininity in tact. As in, like cute clothes, like me.
#261 - HorriblyCrazy (07/24/2013) [-]
I'm a fem "gamergirl", and the only man I've ever been attracted to was a gamer guy who was considerable masculine. (BEARDS ARE GREAT)

""Butch'" can be used as an adjective or a noun[17] to describe an individual's gender or gender performance. A masculine person of either sex can be described as butch.[18] The term butch tends to denote a degree of masculinity displayed by a female-assigned individual beyond what would be considered typical of a tomboy. It is not uncommon for females with a butch appearance to meet with social disapproval. A butch woman could be compared to an effeminate man in the sense that both genders are historically linked to homosexual communities and stereotypes.[original research?] A 1990s survey of butches showed that 50% were primarily attracted to femmes whilst 25% reported being usually attracted to other butches.[19]"



I do still identify as "lesbian" but I believe that sexuality is fluid. I could also be labeled as homoflexible ~ (likes the same gender but has a slim chance of falling for/being attracted to the same gender.)
#262 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
I absolutely can't stand masculinity and beards...
The only sexual orientation I can find fitting for me is pansexual.
The only condition I pretty much have is that the person can not be masculine or fat.
User avatar #265 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
Ah, it's cool that you know exactly what you like ^.^
User avatar #267 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
How come you like masculinity though? I absolutely despise me for just a tiny bit of masculinity.
Is it because it's just natural for a girl to be attracted to masculinity?
#277 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I've just never like femininity that much. I mean, I'm kinda femme, but only because it suites my face, and my mom does my shopping. (I turn 17 tomorrow and hate shopping.)

It probably also helps that girls have always treated me like shit at school and stuff.
I get along better with guys, or gamer girls. We share interests.

I don't know about the beard thing. Maybe because I grew up on country music, flannel, and on a farm. I also love tattoos and piercings ~

So I don't really know ~

Muscles aren't a big thing for me though. I couldn't really care less.

It might also relate to my anxiety and depression ~
I can have someone to protect me and stuff blah blah. ?

Puppy .gif because puppies.
#284 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
Hmm, I see. I hate shopping too, but I'm not sure if it's because I can't go like: "Oh, that one is cute!" or "Can I have this one?", "Can I try it out?". Maybe it's because I can't get any of the clothes and my mom always wants to buy me uncomfortable jeans.
I think I'd enjoy it more if I went shopping with a girl or another boy with my interest.
User avatar #287 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I'm finally starting to shop online for clothes a little bit, and my main dilemma is that I don't know if I want to go for the cutesie stuff that suits my face or the semi-punk/gamer stuff that suites my personality ~

I think I'll just save up an unreasonable amount of money and buy my entire wardrobe (at least of shirts) at comic con. ^.^
User avatar #289 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
Buying things online would lift a huge burden for me, but I can't. It blows.

I think my plans would be to save up for a nice gaming PC and then just spend some money now and then on clothes.

You can be cute with a punkish look, really.
User avatar #292 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I have a gaming PC finally ^.^ I want to do some upgrading ~ I would be already if I'd been allowed to get a job this summer ~

and thanks ~ ^.^ I hope so ~
#233 - I just came across wrong with my theory and I'm sorry <3 ha…  [+] (12 new replies) 07/24/2013 on Fiend can be empty -1
#235 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
It's okay I guess.

As for to relate this to the content and your comment.

I think males usually seek those so-called gamer-girls because:
1) Same interest as them
2) The online community and the videogames have affected the girl to be more boyish in the way they are acting. To put it simple, they've become more male-like without changing appearance.

I too think that males are more suited for a relationship, but there are of course also overreacting bitchy males. I just think there are more women like that than males.
#250 - HorriblyCrazy (07/24/2013) [-]
I agree ~

I'm a gamer, and it's a lot easier for me to make guy friends in the gaming community because of the shared interests.
I'm hoping to one day meet a really awesome girl too, and while I have a few girl gamer friends, I'm actually attracted to butch girls ~ Probably because it's a bit of the personality that typically belongs to a man, without the actual man ~

I really wish I could make more sense of that right now but I'm half asleep.


Basically, I agree wholeheartedly and like butch girls ~
#253 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
I don't even know what a butch girl is.
That's good, then I don't have to explain and argue.

I, myself like femboys and gamergirls who still have their femininity in tact. As in, like cute clothes, like me.
#261 - HorriblyCrazy (07/24/2013) [-]
I'm a fem "gamergirl", and the only man I've ever been attracted to was a gamer guy who was considerable masculine. (BEARDS ARE GREAT)

""Butch'" can be used as an adjective or a noun[17] to describe an individual's gender or gender performance. A masculine person of either sex can be described as butch.[18] The term butch tends to denote a degree of masculinity displayed by a female-assigned individual beyond what would be considered typical of a tomboy. It is not uncommon for females with a butch appearance to meet with social disapproval. A butch woman could be compared to an effeminate man in the sense that both genders are historically linked to homosexual communities and stereotypes.[original research?] A 1990s survey of butches showed that 50% were primarily attracted to femmes whilst 25% reported being usually attracted to other butches.[19]"



I do still identify as "lesbian" but I believe that sexuality is fluid. I could also be labeled as homoflexible ~ (likes the same gender but has a slim chance of falling for/being attracted to the same gender.)
#262 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
I absolutely can't stand masculinity and beards...
The only sexual orientation I can find fitting for me is pansexual.
The only condition I pretty much have is that the person can not be masculine or fat.
User avatar #265 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
Ah, it's cool that you know exactly what you like ^.^
User avatar #267 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
How come you like masculinity though? I absolutely despise me for just a tiny bit of masculinity.
Is it because it's just natural for a girl to be attracted to masculinity?
#277 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I've just never like femininity that much. I mean, I'm kinda femme, but only because it suites my face, and my mom does my shopping. (I turn 17 tomorrow and hate shopping.)

It probably also helps that girls have always treated me like shit at school and stuff.
I get along better with guys, or gamer girls. We share interests.

I don't know about the beard thing. Maybe because I grew up on country music, flannel, and on a farm. I also love tattoos and piercings ~

So I don't really know ~

Muscles aren't a big thing for me though. I couldn't really care less.

It might also relate to my anxiety and depression ~
I can have someone to protect me and stuff blah blah. ?

Puppy .gif because puppies.
#284 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
Hmm, I see. I hate shopping too, but I'm not sure if it's because I can't go like: "Oh, that one is cute!" or "Can I have this one?", "Can I try it out?". Maybe it's because I can't get any of the clothes and my mom always wants to buy me uncomfortable jeans.
I think I'd enjoy it more if I went shopping with a girl or another boy with my interest.
User avatar #287 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I'm finally starting to shop online for clothes a little bit, and my main dilemma is that I don't know if I want to go for the cutesie stuff that suits my face or the semi-punk/gamer stuff that suites my personality ~

I think I'll just save up an unreasonable amount of money and buy my entire wardrobe (at least of shirts) at comic con. ^.^
User avatar #289 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
Buying things online would lift a huge burden for me, but I can't. It blows.

I think my plans would be to save up for a nice gaming PC and then just spend some money now and then on clothes.

You can be cute with a punkish look, really.
User avatar #292 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I have a gaming PC finally ^.^ I want to do some upgrading ~ I would be already if I'd been allowed to get a job this summer ~

and thanks ~ ^.^ I hope so ~
#229 - Yeah, I was just suggesting a theory <3 I really a…  [+] (14 new replies) 07/24/2013 on Fiend can be empty -1
#231 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
Well, you better appreciate that comment.
#233 - HorriblyCrazy (07/24/2013) [-]
I just came across wrong with my theory and I'm sorry <3 have a baby sloth ~
#235 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
It's okay I guess.

As for to relate this to the content and your comment.

I think males usually seek those so-called gamer-girls because:
1) Same interest as them
2) The online community and the videogames have affected the girl to be more boyish in the way they are acting. To put it simple, they've become more male-like without changing appearance.

I too think that males are more suited for a relationship, but there are of course also overreacting bitchy males. I just think there are more women like that than males.
#250 - HorriblyCrazy (07/24/2013) [-]
I agree ~

I'm a gamer, and it's a lot easier for me to make guy friends in the gaming community because of the shared interests.
I'm hoping to one day meet a really awesome girl too, and while I have a few girl gamer friends, I'm actually attracted to butch girls ~ Probably because it's a bit of the personality that typically belongs to a man, without the actual man ~

I really wish I could make more sense of that right now but I'm half asleep.


Basically, I agree wholeheartedly and like butch girls ~
#253 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
I don't even know what a butch girl is.
That's good, then I don't have to explain and argue.

I, myself like femboys and gamergirls who still have their femininity in tact. As in, like cute clothes, like me.
#261 - HorriblyCrazy (07/24/2013) [-]
I'm a fem "gamergirl", and the only man I've ever been attracted to was a gamer guy who was considerable masculine. (BEARDS ARE GREAT)

""Butch'" can be used as an adjective or a noun[17] to describe an individual's gender or gender performance. A masculine person of either sex can be described as butch.[18] The term butch tends to denote a degree of masculinity displayed by a female-assigned individual beyond what would be considered typical of a tomboy. It is not uncommon for females with a butch appearance to meet with social disapproval. A butch woman could be compared to an effeminate man in the sense that both genders are historically linked to homosexual communities and stereotypes.[original research?] A 1990s survey of butches showed that 50% were primarily attracted to femmes whilst 25% reported being usually attracted to other butches.[19]"



I do still identify as "lesbian" but I believe that sexuality is fluid. I could also be labeled as homoflexible ~ (likes the same gender but has a slim chance of falling for/being attracted to the same gender.)
#262 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
I absolutely can't stand masculinity and beards...
The only sexual orientation I can find fitting for me is pansexual.
The only condition I pretty much have is that the person can not be masculine or fat.
User avatar #265 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
Ah, it's cool that you know exactly what you like ^.^
User avatar #267 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
How come you like masculinity though? I absolutely despise me for just a tiny bit of masculinity.
Is it because it's just natural for a girl to be attracted to masculinity?
#277 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I've just never like femininity that much. I mean, I'm kinda femme, but only because it suites my face, and my mom does my shopping. (I turn 17 tomorrow and hate shopping.)

It probably also helps that girls have always treated me like shit at school and stuff.
I get along better with guys, or gamer girls. We share interests.

I don't know about the beard thing. Maybe because I grew up on country music, flannel, and on a farm. I also love tattoos and piercings ~

So I don't really know ~

Muscles aren't a big thing for me though. I couldn't really care less.

It might also relate to my anxiety and depression ~
I can have someone to protect me and stuff blah blah. ?

Puppy .gif because puppies.
#284 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
Hmm, I see. I hate shopping too, but I'm not sure if it's because I can't go like: "Oh, that one is cute!" or "Can I have this one?", "Can I try it out?". Maybe it's because I can't get any of the clothes and my mom always wants to buy me uncomfortable jeans.
I think I'd enjoy it more if I went shopping with a girl or another boy with my interest.
User avatar #287 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I'm finally starting to shop online for clothes a little bit, and my main dilemma is that I don't know if I want to go for the cutesie stuff that suits my face or the semi-punk/gamer stuff that suites my personality ~

I think I'll just save up an unreasonable amount of money and buy my entire wardrobe (at least of shirts) at comic con. ^.^
User avatar #289 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
Buying things online would lift a huge burden for me, but I can't. It blows.

I think my plans would be to save up for a nice gaming PC and then just spend some money now and then on clothes.

You can be cute with a punkish look, really.
User avatar #292 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I have a gaming PC finally ^.^ I want to do some upgrading ~ I would be already if I'd been allowed to get a job this summer ~

and thanks ~ ^.^ I hope so ~
#222 - I feel like the second group would've maybe already been bisex…  [+] (17 new replies) 07/24/2013 on Fiend can be empty -1
User avatar #225 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
My point is that he is wrong about "A large chunk of the gay population are gay for this reason".
User avatar #223 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
Some are, some aren't.
User avatar #229 - HorriblyCrazy (07/24/2013) [-]
Yeah, I was just suggesting a theory <3

I really appreciate your comment ^.^
#231 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
Well, you better appreciate that comment.
#233 - HorriblyCrazy (07/24/2013) [-]
I just came across wrong with my theory and I'm sorry <3 have a baby sloth ~
#235 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
It's okay I guess.

As for to relate this to the content and your comment.

I think males usually seek those so-called gamer-girls because:
1) Same interest as them
2) The online community and the videogames have affected the girl to be more boyish in the way they are acting. To put it simple, they've become more male-like without changing appearance.

I too think that males are more suited for a relationship, but there are of course also overreacting bitchy males. I just think there are more women like that than males.
#250 - HorriblyCrazy (07/24/2013) [-]
I agree ~

I'm a gamer, and it's a lot easier for me to make guy friends in the gaming community because of the shared interests.
I'm hoping to one day meet a really awesome girl too, and while I have a few girl gamer friends, I'm actually attracted to butch girls ~ Probably because it's a bit of the personality that typically belongs to a man, without the actual man ~

I really wish I could make more sense of that right now but I'm half asleep.


Basically, I agree wholeheartedly and like butch girls ~
#253 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
I don't even know what a butch girl is.
That's good, then I don't have to explain and argue.

I, myself like femboys and gamergirls who still have their femininity in tact. As in, like cute clothes, like me.
#261 - HorriblyCrazy (07/24/2013) [-]
I'm a fem "gamergirl", and the only man I've ever been attracted to was a gamer guy who was considerable masculine. (BEARDS ARE GREAT)

""Butch'" can be used as an adjective or a noun[17] to describe an individual's gender or gender performance. A masculine person of either sex can be described as butch.[18] The term butch tends to denote a degree of masculinity displayed by a female-assigned individual beyond what would be considered typical of a tomboy. It is not uncommon for females with a butch appearance to meet with social disapproval. A butch woman could be compared to an effeminate man in the sense that both genders are historically linked to homosexual communities and stereotypes.[original research?] A 1990s survey of butches showed that 50% were primarily attracted to femmes whilst 25% reported being usually attracted to other butches.[19]"



I do still identify as "lesbian" but I believe that sexuality is fluid. I could also be labeled as homoflexible ~ (likes the same gender but has a slim chance of falling for/being attracted to the same gender.)
#262 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
I absolutely can't stand masculinity and beards...
The only sexual orientation I can find fitting for me is pansexual.
The only condition I pretty much have is that the person can not be masculine or fat.
User avatar #265 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
Ah, it's cool that you know exactly what you like ^.^
User avatar #267 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
How come you like masculinity though? I absolutely despise me for just a tiny bit of masculinity.
Is it because it's just natural for a girl to be attracted to masculinity?
#277 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I've just never like femininity that much. I mean, I'm kinda femme, but only because it suites my face, and my mom does my shopping. (I turn 17 tomorrow and hate shopping.)

It probably also helps that girls have always treated me like shit at school and stuff.
I get along better with guys, or gamer girls. We share interests.

I don't know about the beard thing. Maybe because I grew up on country music, flannel, and on a farm. I also love tattoos and piercings ~

So I don't really know ~

Muscles aren't a big thing for me though. I couldn't really care less.

It might also relate to my anxiety and depression ~
I can have someone to protect me and stuff blah blah. ?

Puppy .gif because puppies.
#284 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
Hmm, I see. I hate shopping too, but I'm not sure if it's because I can't go like: "Oh, that one is cute!" or "Can I have this one?", "Can I try it out?". Maybe it's because I can't get any of the clothes and my mom always wants to buy me uncomfortable jeans.
I think I'd enjoy it more if I went shopping with a girl or another boy with my interest.
User avatar #287 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I'm finally starting to shop online for clothes a little bit, and my main dilemma is that I don't know if I want to go for the cutesie stuff that suits my face or the semi-punk/gamer stuff that suites my personality ~

I think I'll just save up an unreasonable amount of money and buy my entire wardrobe (at least of shirts) at comic con. ^.^
User avatar #289 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
Buying things online would lift a huge burden for me, but I can't. It blows.

I think my plans would be to save up for a nice gaming PC and then just spend some money now and then on clothes.

You can be cute with a punkish look, really.
User avatar #292 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I have a gaming PC finally ^.^ I want to do some upgrading ~ I would be already if I'd been allowed to get a job this summer ~

and thanks ~ ^.^ I hope so ~
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User avatar #276 - vrthbvyfa (07/25/2013) [-]
I am arrogant, I think I already have every single person psychoanalyzed. I have watched and experienced the world, I've loved and I've been indifferent, I've hated and I've liked. But regardless of my feelings for a person, I was and still am very interested in people and understanding them. However after looking into the heads of others, and all sorts of people i might add, I noticed what was going on in their minds was almost exactly the same as what was going on in my mind.

What makes one person decide is quite arbitrary, childhood plays a part and in some cases genetics definitely play a major part. For example there are populations with women who like to have many children because of a 'slut gene' which can be passed onto the male children making them more inclined towards homosexuality. Something similar may encourage female homosexuality, but this particular allele is really more likely to stop you from being homo if you are female.

Regardless I have tested my ideas on people and I don't think I'm wrong... I think everyone is bi-sexual, individuals can freely ignore one gender if they decide they don't want it for whatever reason: but we are all on a spectrum, and closer to the middle than we might think.

But who am I to tell you what your sexuality is?
I only know myself

do whatever you want. :p

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User avatar #205 - vrthbvyfa (07/24/2013) [-]
Yeah I read your comment wrong, but I was on the right lines, I was saying a lot of men turn gay because women are often bitches.

You have the same problem; you are attracted to women but think they are terrible. In a way you understand the plight we men face, which is rather unfortunate. If I were you I would forget it all and have fun with both genders. Instead of believing it is not a choice, make the decision: It is your body and it is your choice.
#219 - HorriblyCrazy (07/24/2013) [-]
I feel that you don't understand.

I want to be attracted to men. I have loved them, and wished more than anything to love them more than platonically, but I can't.
I also don't desire a sexual relationship with men. I can't force myself to feel differently.

That being said, you are attempting to psychoanalyze me when we've never even spoken to each other before, which seems rather arrogant.
It's not about understanding how hard men have it, because men don't even have it that hard if your only basis is that "women are often bitches".

Nobody turns gay.
You don't choose your sexual orientation,
and if you do, when did you make the conscious effort to be straight?
Do you remember the exact moment when you decided to like a certain gender?

I would like to be attracted to men because it would be simpler, but I'm not.
Saying "meh whatever I can take a couple dicks" isn't going to make me any less of a lesbian. It's just going to make me feel ashamed of my sexuality and my body.
User avatar #276 - vrthbvyfa (07/25/2013) [-]
I am arrogant, I think I already have every single person psychoanalyzed. I have watched and experienced the world, I've loved and I've been indifferent, I've hated and I've liked. But regardless of my feelings for a person, I was and still am very interested in people and understanding them. However after looking into the heads of others, and all sorts of people i might add, I noticed what was going on in their minds was almost exactly the same as what was going on in my mind.

What makes one person decide is quite arbitrary, childhood plays a part and in some cases genetics definitely play a major part. For example there are populations with women who like to have many children because of a 'slut gene' which can be passed onto the male children making them more inclined towards homosexuality. Something similar may encourage female homosexuality, but this particular allele is really more likely to stop you from being homo if you are female.

Regardless I have tested my ideas on people and I don't think I'm wrong... I think everyone is bi-sexual, individuals can freely ignore one gender if they decide they don't want it for whatever reason: but we are all on a spectrum, and closer to the middle than we might think.

But who am I to tell you what your sexuality is?
I only know myself

do whatever you want. :p

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#189 - vrthbvyfa (07/24/2013) [-]
The truth is, a large chunk of the gay population are gay for this reason. Obviously there are gays who just love cock too.

I think they are wrong, all humans are disgusting physically and mentally. Including myself, especially myself.
User avatar #220 - luckybastard (07/24/2013) [-]
i agree good sir, and if i may, i would like to present a new evidence into light.....

THE INTERNET dun dun duuuun
User avatar #199 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
I think it's the other way around buddy.
Large chunk of the gay population are gay because they like males and dick. Where as a small amount are gay because women have let them down or something happened that makes them not like women.
User avatar #288 - vrthbvyfa (07/25/2013) [-]
Yeah I meant to reply to this but I didn't send it because of distractions... anyway I said a large chunk which is slightly ambiguous but I certainly didn't mean all homosexuals or even the majority, I just meant a sizable portion.

Even then you have to consider the dick lovers may just be a vocal minority but that isn't my point.

Actually I might of sent it already but I can't see it here or on my profile so I'll send it again.
User avatar #291 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
No, I'm pretty sure that isn't the vocal minority.
User avatar #295 - vrthbvyfa (07/25/2013) [-]
True, after all the deepthroating they do their vocal chords may be a bit strained.
#296 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
User avatar #222 - HorriblyCrazy (07/24/2013) [-]
I feel like the second group would've maybe already been bisexual?

maybe even just a little bit?

icouldbewrongimsorryilu.
User avatar #225 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
My point is that he is wrong about "A large chunk of the gay population are gay for this reason".
User avatar #223 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
Some are, some aren't.
User avatar #229 - HorriblyCrazy (07/24/2013) [-]
Yeah, I was just suggesting a theory <3

I really appreciate your comment ^.^
#231 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
Well, you better appreciate that comment.
#233 - HorriblyCrazy (07/24/2013) [-]
I just came across wrong with my theory and I'm sorry <3 have a baby sloth ~
#235 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
It's okay I guess.

As for to relate this to the content and your comment.

I think males usually seek those so-called gamer-girls because:
1) Same interest as them
2) The online community and the videogames have affected the girl to be more boyish in the way they are acting. To put it simple, they've become more male-like without changing appearance.

I too think that males are more suited for a relationship, but there are of course also overreacting bitchy males. I just think there are more women like that than males.
#250 - HorriblyCrazy (07/24/2013) [-]
I agree ~

I'm a gamer, and it's a lot easier for me to make guy friends in the gaming community because of the shared interests.
I'm hoping to one day meet a really awesome girl too, and while I have a few girl gamer friends, I'm actually attracted to butch girls ~ Probably because it's a bit of the personality that typically belongs to a man, without the actual man ~

I really wish I could make more sense of that right now but I'm half asleep.


Basically, I agree wholeheartedly and like butch girls ~
#253 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
I don't even know what a butch girl is.
That's good, then I don't have to explain and argue.

I, myself like femboys and gamergirls who still have their femininity in tact. As in, like cute clothes, like me.
#261 - HorriblyCrazy (07/24/2013) [-]
I'm a fem "gamergirl", and the only man I've ever been attracted to was a gamer guy who was considerable masculine. (BEARDS ARE GREAT)

""Butch'" can be used as an adjective or a noun[17] to describe an individual's gender or gender performance. A masculine person of either sex can be described as butch.[18] The term butch tends to denote a degree of masculinity displayed by a female-assigned individual beyond what would be considered typical of a tomboy. It is not uncommon for females with a butch appearance to meet with social disapproval. A butch woman could be compared to an effeminate man in the sense that both genders are historically linked to homosexual communities and stereotypes.[original research?] A 1990s survey of butches showed that 50% were primarily attracted to femmes whilst 25% reported being usually attracted to other butches.[19]"



I do still identify as "lesbian" but I believe that sexuality is fluid. I could also be labeled as homoflexible ~ (likes the same gender but has a slim chance of falling for/being attracted to the same gender.)
#262 - tylosaurus (07/24/2013) [-]
I absolutely can't stand masculinity and beards...
The only sexual orientation I can find fitting for me is pansexual.
The only condition I pretty much have is that the person can not be masculine or fat.
User avatar #265 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
Ah, it's cool that you know exactly what you like ^.^
User avatar #267 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
How come you like masculinity though? I absolutely despise me for just a tiny bit of masculinity.
Is it because it's just natural for a girl to be attracted to masculinity?
#277 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I've just never like femininity that much. I mean, I'm kinda femme, but only because it suites my face, and my mom does my shopping. (I turn 17 tomorrow and hate shopping.)

It probably also helps that girls have always treated me like shit at school and stuff.
I get along better with guys, or gamer girls. We share interests.

I don't know about the beard thing. Maybe because I grew up on country music, flannel, and on a farm. I also love tattoos and piercings ~

So I don't really know ~

Muscles aren't a big thing for me though. I couldn't really care less.

It might also relate to my anxiety and depression ~
I can have someone to protect me and stuff blah blah. ?

Puppy .gif because puppies.
#284 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
Hmm, I see. I hate shopping too, but I'm not sure if it's because I can't go like: "Oh, that one is cute!" or "Can I have this one?", "Can I try it out?". Maybe it's because I can't get any of the clothes and my mom always wants to buy me uncomfortable jeans.
I think I'd enjoy it more if I went shopping with a girl or another boy with my interest.
User avatar #287 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I'm finally starting to shop online for clothes a little bit, and my main dilemma is that I don't know if I want to go for the cutesie stuff that suits my face or the semi-punk/gamer stuff that suites my personality ~

I think I'll just save up an unreasonable amount of money and buy my entire wardrobe (at least of shirts) at comic con. ^.^
User avatar #289 - tylosaurus (07/25/2013) [-]
Buying things online would lift a huge burden for me, but I can't. It blows.

I think my plans would be to save up for a nice gaming PC and then just spend some money now and then on clothes.

You can be cute with a punkish look, really.
User avatar #292 - HorriblyCrazy (07/25/2013) [-]
I have a gaming PC finally ^.^ I want to do some upgrading ~ I would be already if I'd been allowed to get a job this summer ~

and thanks ~ ^.^ I hope so ~
#192 - HorriblyCrazy (07/24/2013) [-]
I...

I'm a woman.

And homosexuality isn't a choice, in my opinion.
User avatar #205 - vrthbvyfa (07/24/2013) [-]
Yeah I read your comment wrong, but I was on the right lines, I was saying a lot of men turn gay because women are often bitches.

You have the same problem; you are attracted to women but think they are terrible. In a way you understand the plight we men face, which is rather unfortunate. If I were you I would forget it all and have fun with both genders. Instead of believing it is not a choice, make the decision: It is your body and it is your choice.
#219 - HorriblyCrazy (07/24/2013) [-]
I feel that you don't understand.

I want to be attracted to men. I have loved them, and wished more than anything to love them more than platonically, but I can't.
I also don't desire a sexual relationship with men. I can't force myself to feel differently.

That being said, you are attempting to psychoanalyze me when we've never even spoken to each other before, which seems rather arrogant.
It's not about understanding how hard men have it, because men don't even have it that hard if your only basis is that "women are often bitches".

Nobody turns gay.
You don't choose your sexual orientation,
and if you do, when did you make the conscious effort to be straight?
Do you remember the exact moment when you decided to like a certain gender?

I would like to be attracted to men because it would be simpler, but I'm not.
Saying "meh whatever I can take a couple dicks" isn't going to make me any less of a lesbian. It's just going to make me feel ashamed of my sexuality and my body.
User avatar #276 - vrthbvyfa (07/25/2013) [-]
I am arrogant, I think I already have every single person psychoanalyzed. I have watched and experienced the world, I've loved and I've been indifferent, I've hated and I've liked. But regardless of my feelings for a person, I was and still am very interested in people and understanding them. However after looking into the heads of others, and all sorts of people i might add, I noticed what was going on in their minds was almost exactly the same as what was going on in my mind.

What makes one person decide is quite arbitrary, childhood plays a part and in some cases genetics definitely play a major part. For example there are populations with women who like to have many children because of a 'slut gene' which can be passed onto the male children making them more inclined towards homosexuality. Something similar may encourage female homosexuality, but this particular allele is really more likely to stop you from being homo if you are female.

Regardless I have tested my ideas on people and I don't think I'm wrong... I think everyone is bi-sexual, individuals can freely ignore one gender if they decide they don't want it for whatever reason: but we are all on a spectrum, and closer to the middle than we might think.

But who am I to tell you what your sexuality is?
I only know myself

do whatever you want. :p

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It was my pleasure.
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#696 - thehappyphoenix (07/19/2013) [-]
You must be the only feminist saying something useful I've ever seen. No offense, but all "feminists" I've met yet simply wanted to be better - not equal - than men, while still treated like a princess.
#784 - HorriblyCrazy (07/19/2013) [-]
The way I see it, it's like religion. The groups are known for their extremists instead of their medians.

Guys who aren't feminist get a bad rep because of the assholes, and people who are feminist get a bad rep because of men-hating "feminists".

I suggest asking a self-proclaimed feminist what their personal definition of feminism is if it comes up in conversation ~
User avatar #654 - itsmedumbass (07/19/2013) [-]
This has got to be the most intelligent comment that I will ever see in my life. Thank You for being reasonable, and I dunno...like....intelligent. (no sarcasm)
#668 - HorriblyCrazy (07/19/2013) [-]
Thank you
User avatar #854 - itsmedumbass (07/19/2013) [-]
It was my pleasure.

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do you want to come to our tinychat for the social board


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hahaha that wasnt me who said that it was dusters, he's super paranoid
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I don't know who you are. But you should feel awesome today because you are an awesome person!
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:3 thankyou.

When did I make you feel better?
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#64 - Womens Study Major (02/10/2012) [-]
By any chance, do you live in California?
User avatar #63 - HailtotheKing ONLINE (01/21/2012) [-]
Hey, you . n . Sorry...
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User avatar #61 - HailtotheKing ONLINE (08/11/2011) [-]
you need another lifty hug! :3
User avatar #60 - HailtotheKing ONLINE (08/09/2011) [-]
you should wake up soon you big sleepy head
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hello gorgeous
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Hello Random Adjective :)
User avatar #31 to #32 - HailtotheKing ONLINE (08/09/2011) [-]
i prefer "chewy" or maybe "scratchy"
User avatar #32 to #33 - HorriblyCrazy (08/09/2011) [-]
Well anyways, what can i help you with?
User avatar #33 to #34 - HailtotheKing ONLINE (08/09/2011) [-]
oh, nothing. i just thought i would come by, compliment you, then leave.
User avatar #34 to #35 - HorriblyCrazy (08/09/2011) [-]
Okay, well thanks :3
User avatar #35 to #36 - HailtotheKing ONLINE (08/09/2011) [-]
you are fantastic :3
User avatar #38 to #37 - HailtotheKing ONLINE (08/09/2011) [-]
And you know what? so was I. -turns into David Tennant-
User avatar #37 to #38 - HailtotheKing ONLINE (08/09/2011) [-]
and now you are adorable :3
User avatar #40 to #41 - HailtotheKing ONLINE (08/09/2011) [-]
hmm... how tall are you person-who-hasnt-told-me-her-name?
User avatar #41 to #42 - HorriblyCrazy (08/09/2011) [-]
5ft something. probably 5.3?
Why?
User avatar #42 to #43 - HailtotheKing ONLINE (08/09/2011) [-]
well im 6'3 so that means i get to do this -picks up and hugs-
#43 to #44 - HorriblyCrazy (08/09/2011) [-]
Well aren't you Mr.Flirtatious-to-random-girls-on-the-internet-who-might-be-morbidly-obese? haha
Well aren't you Mr.Flirtatious-to-random-girls-on-the-internet-who-might-be-morbidly-obese? haha
User avatar #44 to #45 - HailtotheKing ONLINE (08/09/2011) [-]
D: everyone deserves a hug...
User avatar #45 to #46 - HorriblyCrazy (08/09/2011) [-]
But if they're morbidly obese, you wouldn't be able to give them a special lifty hug like you just did :3
User avatar #46 to #47 - HailtotheKing ONLINE (08/09/2011) [-]
well then i dont think you are morbidly obese
User avatar #47 to #48 - HorriblyCrazy (08/09/2011) [-]
Touche.
User avatar #48 to #49 - HailtotheKing ONLINE (08/09/2011) [-]
-picks up- your probably as light as a feather :3
#49 to #50 - HorriblyCrazy (08/09/2011) [-]
I'm sure those lovely little love handles make me much easier to lift.

Ahaha :3
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im danny by the way -grabs love handles- these are tiny :3
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Thankyou :)
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User avatar #24 - ArcaciaStrain (09/12/2010) [-]
If it's not too weird, what province are you in? I just noticed ur comment saying you live there
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Hi. How are you?
User avatar #50 to #25 - HorriblyCrazy (08/09/2011) [-]
Good, and you?
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This that and the other.
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User avatar #14 - Zontanos (07/04/2010) [-]
Gaia You say.
I Would of Never Known :0
User avatar #15 to #16 - HorriblyCrazy (07/05/2010) [-]
Continue...
User avatar #16 to #17 - Zontanos (07/05/2010) [-]
Gaia Online?
Hmmm... :{.
Rather.
Do you Concur?
User avatar #17 to #18 - HorriblyCrazy (07/05/2010) [-]
I cannot concur if I do not understand.
User avatar #20 to #19 - Zontanos (07/10/2010) [-]
We have a winner.
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nwah ha ha >={D
User avatar #5 - EpicFacePalm (06/27/2010) [-]
Ah, you're probably 13-16, right?
User avatar #6 to #7 - HorriblyCrazy (06/27/2010) [-]
why do you ask?
User avatar #7 to #8 - EpicFacePalm (06/27/2010) [-]
Yeah. You're totally 13-16.

User avatar #8 to #9 - HorriblyCrazy (06/27/2010) [-]
haha, yep.
User avatar #9 to #10 - EpicFacePalm (06/27/2010) [-]
I'm 15, so don't be creeped out.
User avatar #10 to #11 - HorriblyCrazy (06/27/2010) [-]
ok. 1 year difference.
User avatar #11 to #12 - EpicFacePalm (06/27/2010) [-]
Then you're 14, right?
User avatar #13 to #14 - EpicFacePalm (06/28/2010) [-]
Cool.
#52 to #15 - HorriblyCrazy (08/09/2011) [-]
I was actually 14!
User avatar #53 to #54 - EpicFacePalm (08/09/2011) [-]
And now I'm 16! So you're probably 15 now.
User avatar #54 to #55 - HorriblyCrazy (08/09/2011) [-]
Yup.

( Sorry pedobear, you'll just have to look for another victim :3 )
User avatar #55 to #56 - EpicFacePalm (08/09/2011) [-]
Victim? We're like the same age. And I didn't exactly ask if you wanted to hang out by the Abandoned barn in the woods behind your house -_-.

Maybe I just wanted to be friends?
User avatar #56 to #57 - HorriblyCrazy (08/09/2011) [-]
Haha, that wasn't aimed at you, kind sir. It was more like something you shout when you're at the top of a mountain to noone in particular. Does that make sense?


Wait. How did you know about the Abandoned barn in the woods behind my house?!
User avatar #57 to #58 - EpicFacePalm (08/09/2011) [-]
Because I know where you live.
User avatar #18 to #15 - HorriblyCrazy (07/08/2010) [-]
That really ended the conversation.
User avatar #19 to #20 - EpicFacePalm (07/08/2010) [-]
What did?
#2 - XxConkerxX **User deleted account** (06/25/2010) [-]
u srsly want me to make you a post???


btw congratz on looseing comment virginity
User avatar #3 to #4 - HorriblyCrazy (06/25/2010) [-]
For sure =]

and thanks ;]
#4 to #5 - XxConkerxX **User deleted account** (06/25/2010) [-]
ok, just wait i have to find things


and np
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