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#49 - Holy **** ! No girl has a shortage of friends on t…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/19/2014 on thirdjess's profile 0
User avatar #50 - thirdjess (05/19/2014) [-]
I shaved my head for charity a while back and a lot of people that donated on my behalf (raised over $1000!! Woo!) added me. But I wasn't aware that 64 was an excessive amount.
#51 - cabbagemayhem (05/19/2014) [-]
64 friends while you were bald!? I almost made two friends once, and they were probably gay.
User avatar #52 - thirdjess (05/19/2014) [-]
Ha! I know that feel. Gay guys are the best, because you get to be friends with a dude (I always get along better with guys) and you don't have to worry about them having.. other intentions..
#8784282 - Picture 05/18/2014 on retard forum 0
#70 - Cute spiders! 05/18/2014 on first thing tourists see in... +2
#266 - That's small. Take this from the chanz for you to never use. I…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/18/2014 on title 0
User avatar #326 - incognitoad (05/18/2014) [-]
Thanks but, being the right res wasn't really a problem, it stretched without any noticeable distortion. But now that #95 pointed out to me that the edges of the blade curve differently it will annoy me to no end if I had kept it.
#139 - You act as if he was dead serious. It had comedic value. It di… 05/18/2014 on My God +1
#153 - Yes, dangerous anti-gun stigma. Contrary to simplified logic t… 05/18/2014 on oh, Tumblr feminists 0
#151 - If you think there is, then you are really obligated to provid…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/18/2014 on oh, Tumblr feminists 0
#152 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
Dangerous anti-gun stigma? Are you crazy? Right, as much as I hate to make assumptons of people based on something as inconsequential as forum text, I don't think you and I are going to be able to have a decent conversation.
#153 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
Yes, dangerous anti-gun stigma. Contrary to simplified logic that guns kill people, so are bad, and lives can be saved by getting rid of them. They are actually more preventative, save lives, and silently shield people from a greater danger that manifests itself in our governments from time to time.

That's a cute girl I have to look at, and you don't have to believe me. Just know that if we want to change someone's mind, we have to do it by convincing them or get convinced by them, and not by applying force.
#367 - He was being sarcastic... 05/18/2014 on Random Fact Comp. 35 +1
#149 - I accept your digression!  [+] (4 new replies) 05/18/2014 on oh, Tumblr feminists 0
User avatar #150 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
Not a digression. You're blind if you don't think there's an organisation that manufactures assholes
#151 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
If you think there is, then you are really obligated to provide examples. While cultural stigmas can be nurtured by Hollywood, it's usually out of innocence, and can't be censored just because we don't like it. I facepalm every time I see anti-gun garbage on television, increasing the even more dangerous anti-gun stigma in our culture, but I haven't even conceived about forcing them to shut up.
#152 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
Dangerous anti-gun stigma? Are you crazy? Right, as much as I hate to make assumptons of people based on something as inconsequential as forum text, I don't think you and I are going to be able to have a decent conversation.
#153 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
Yes, dangerous anti-gun stigma. Contrary to simplified logic that guns kill people, so are bad, and lives can be saved by getting rid of them. They are actually more preventative, save lives, and silently shield people from a greater danger that manifests itself in our governments from time to time.

That's a cute girl I have to look at, and you don't have to believe me. Just know that if we want to change someone's mind, we have to do it by convincing them or get convinced by them, and not by applying force.
#147 - I don't walk around without shoes on, and anything is more com…  [+] (6 new replies) 05/18/2014 on oh, Tumblr feminists 0
User avatar #148 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
Good lord you are so BLIND
#149 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
I accept your digression!
User avatar #150 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
Not a digression. You're blind if you don't think there's an organisation that manufactures assholes
#151 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
If you think there is, then you are really obligated to provide examples. While cultural stigmas can be nurtured by Hollywood, it's usually out of innocence, and can't be censored just because we don't like it. I facepalm every time I see anti-gun garbage on television, increasing the even more dangerous anti-gun stigma in our culture, but I haven't even conceived about forcing them to shut up.
#152 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
Dangerous anti-gun stigma? Are you crazy? Right, as much as I hate to make assumptons of people based on something as inconsequential as forum text, I don't think you and I are going to be able to have a decent conversation.
#153 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
Yes, dangerous anti-gun stigma. Contrary to simplified logic that guns kill people, so are bad, and lives can be saved by getting rid of them. They are actually more preventative, save lives, and silently shield people from a greater danger that manifests itself in our governments from time to time.

That's a cute girl I have to look at, and you don't have to believe me. Just know that if we want to change someone's mind, we have to do it by convincing them or get convinced by them, and not by applying force.
#145 - No, the problem is that. It does matter what you wear, no matt…  [+] (8 new replies) 05/18/2014 on oh, Tumblr feminists 0
User avatar #146 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
Ok let me try this from a different angle.

How do you think blokes pick up the whole whistling at women, thing? How do you think blokes pick up the sexual object thing? THATS what we're against. We're against the sexualisation of women in media, we're against making women the weak and emotional character by default. One mans opinion is beyond our grasp, but we can attack the group and or organisation that taught him to think like that.

I carry myself as a sexual object as much as you carry yourself like a fucking carrot. Some depraved idiot seeing me walking around covered up to my neck handing out resumes and thinking 'she wants the D' does not justify treating me like a fucking blow up doll. Shit is unacceptable.

And for the record, 'slutty clothing' is a fuck tonne more comfortable than my winter clothes. Shorts does for legs what walking around without shoes does for your feet.
#147 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
I don't walk around without shoes on, and anything is more comfortable than winter clothes. That's no excuse to walk around in a glorified bathing suit.

Most people don't know what their body language says, and there's always going to be depraved assholes, you just have to learn to deal with them. There's no organization that manufactures them, and it's not a crime for them to think something you don't want them to think. However, It is a crime for you to try to manipulate their thoughts by regulating (aka censoring) the media.

Does that make sense?
User avatar #148 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
Good lord you are so BLIND
#149 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
I accept your digression!
User avatar #150 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
Not a digression. You're blind if you don't think there's an organisation that manufactures assholes
#151 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
If you think there is, then you are really obligated to provide examples. While cultural stigmas can be nurtured by Hollywood, it's usually out of innocence, and can't be censored just because we don't like it. I facepalm every time I see anti-gun garbage on television, increasing the even more dangerous anti-gun stigma in our culture, but I haven't even conceived about forcing them to shut up.
#152 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
Dangerous anti-gun stigma? Are you crazy? Right, as much as I hate to make assumptons of people based on something as inconsequential as forum text, I don't think you and I are going to be able to have a decent conversation.
#153 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
Yes, dangerous anti-gun stigma. Contrary to simplified logic that guns kill people, so are bad, and lives can be saved by getting rid of them. They are actually more preventative, save lives, and silently shield people from a greater danger that manifests itself in our governments from time to time.

That's a cute girl I have to look at, and you don't have to believe me. Just know that if we want to change someone's mind, we have to do it by convincing them or get convinced by them, and not by applying force.
#144 - Comment deleted 05/18/2014 on oh, Tumblr feminists 0
#197 - Oh yeah. I'm talking about virtues and demons that makeup coul… 05/18/2014 on Fishing For Compliments 0
#142 - I don't think women have it worse, I think they just don't kno…  [+] (11 new replies) 05/18/2014 on oh, Tumblr feminists 0
User avatar #143 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
See that right there is the problem. You try and rationalise everything so that our modern issues don't matter. First of all, why should we wear anything we don't want to because men might be attracted to us. "I need feminism because I have to wear jeans to school in the summer, lest some uncontrolled fifteen year old boy cum in his pants at the sight of my thighs" was one of the posts on who needs feminism. Why do men get to wear just about whatever they want, shorts or jeans or suits, and that's fine, but a woman wears jeans and she's a prude. She wears shorts and she's a slut.

Secondly I've actually been whistled at more times while job hunting in a full pantsuit than I have wearing short dresses and things of the like. This 'look like a slut get treated like a slut' logic is absolute garbage and you'd do best to rid yourself of it.
#145 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
No, the problem is that. It does matter what you wear, no matter who you are. You tell people how you want to be treated. Skimpy outfits are specifically designed for sexual attraction, and there's no other reason to wear it. It doesn't make you look respectable, or sophisticated, and it's definitely not more comfortable. It would be like a guy walking around in a tank top and tights. You wear that, but don't want people to treat you like you're advertising sex, which is what you are doing. I don't know anyone who thinks women who wear jeans are prudes, but it's probably the very people you would be avoiding by wearing it.

Like I said, just whistling is a compliment, and I think men actually like women in jeans more because it's less slutty. Personally, I imagine you still carry yourself like a sexual object. There's a body language for every kind of treatment you want from people, and if someone doesn't get it, you can tell them, "Don't treat me like that," and BAM, people now know how you like to be treated. Organized protests and lobbying is bullshit.
User avatar #146 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
Ok let me try this from a different angle.

How do you think blokes pick up the whole whistling at women, thing? How do you think blokes pick up the sexual object thing? THATS what we're against. We're against the sexualisation of women in media, we're against making women the weak and emotional character by default. One mans opinion is beyond our grasp, but we can attack the group and or organisation that taught him to think like that.

I carry myself as a sexual object as much as you carry yourself like a fucking carrot. Some depraved idiot seeing me walking around covered up to my neck handing out resumes and thinking 'she wants the D' does not justify treating me like a fucking blow up doll. Shit is unacceptable.

And for the record, 'slutty clothing' is a fuck tonne more comfortable than my winter clothes. Shorts does for legs what walking around without shoes does for your feet.
#147 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
I don't walk around without shoes on, and anything is more comfortable than winter clothes. That's no excuse to walk around in a glorified bathing suit.

Most people don't know what their body language says, and there's always going to be depraved assholes, you just have to learn to deal with them. There's no organization that manufactures them, and it's not a crime for them to think something you don't want them to think. However, It is a crime for you to try to manipulate their thoughts by regulating (aka censoring) the media.

Does that make sense?
User avatar #148 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
Good lord you are so BLIND
#149 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
I accept your digression!
User avatar #150 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
Not a digression. You're blind if you don't think there's an organisation that manufactures assholes
#151 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
If you think there is, then you are really obligated to provide examples. While cultural stigmas can be nurtured by Hollywood, it's usually out of innocence, and can't be censored just because we don't like it. I facepalm every time I see anti-gun garbage on television, increasing the even more dangerous anti-gun stigma in our culture, but I haven't even conceived about forcing them to shut up.
#152 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
Dangerous anti-gun stigma? Are you crazy? Right, as much as I hate to make assumptons of people based on something as inconsequential as forum text, I don't think you and I are going to be able to have a decent conversation.
#153 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
Yes, dangerous anti-gun stigma. Contrary to simplified logic that guns kill people, so are bad, and lives can be saved by getting rid of them. They are actually more preventative, save lives, and silently shield people from a greater danger that manifests itself in our governments from time to time.

That's a cute girl I have to look at, and you don't have to believe me. Just know that if we want to change someone's mind, we have to do it by convincing them or get convinced by them, and not by applying force.
#144 - cabbagemayhem has deleted their comment.
#83 - I don't care how some Americans speak it. This is FJ, and yo… 05/18/2014 on basically my life 0
#188 - One of those YouTube posters has a point: "Or i… 05/18/2014 on Fishing For Compliments 0
#180 - I love stereotypes, but this time I feel obligated to p…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/18/2014 on Fishing For Compliments +1
#190 - wbrehmer (05/18/2014) [-]
I agree as long as you don't have to dig to get in
#197 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
Oh yeah. I'm talking about virtues and demons that makeup could never hide.
#14 - If want an explanation: 1. In the first one, you're not su… 05/18/2014 on 13 x 7 = 28 0
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#23 - Your post was useless without this 05/17/2014 on lag in real life...quite... +1
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#129 - That's not accomplish through legislation or protests. Choose …  [+] (13 new replies) 05/17/2014 on oh, Tumblr feminists 0
User avatar #141 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
Look it's hard to explain. You will get dudes that overly objectify women as you will get women that overly objectify men, but it is more common in day to day life for a woman to be verbally assaulted, be it something minor like cat calls.

Something else I don't agree with is women who go to music shows and practically molest the performers, there's this whole 'he's a guy, he likes it, he's so lucky' attitude about it but that is WRONG and DISGUSTING behaviour. That's what they mean by feminism is for equality. A lot of feminist issues have reactionary issues that men have to deal with on a daily basis, and we hate those problems too.
#142 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
I don't think women have it worse, I think they just don't know how to deal with it. Men have to deal with assholes, too, but we don't try to regulate an entire demographic. We just learn how to not get messed with, and be respectable. Personally, I take it as a compliment when a girl whistles at me, but if a woman doesn't like getting whistled at, I guarantee she'd get more respect dressing like a sophisticated woman instead of wearing a skimpy outfit that says, "I'm just here to attract men."
User avatar #143 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
See that right there is the problem. You try and rationalise everything so that our modern issues don't matter. First of all, why should we wear anything we don't want to because men might be attracted to us. "I need feminism because I have to wear jeans to school in the summer, lest some uncontrolled fifteen year old boy cum in his pants at the sight of my thighs" was one of the posts on who needs feminism. Why do men get to wear just about whatever they want, shorts or jeans or suits, and that's fine, but a woman wears jeans and she's a prude. She wears shorts and she's a slut.

Secondly I've actually been whistled at more times while job hunting in a full pantsuit than I have wearing short dresses and things of the like. This 'look like a slut get treated like a slut' logic is absolute garbage and you'd do best to rid yourself of it.
#145 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
No, the problem is that. It does matter what you wear, no matter who you are. You tell people how you want to be treated. Skimpy outfits are specifically designed for sexual attraction, and there's no other reason to wear it. It doesn't make you look respectable, or sophisticated, and it's definitely not more comfortable. It would be like a guy walking around in a tank top and tights. You wear that, but don't want people to treat you like you're advertising sex, which is what you are doing. I don't know anyone who thinks women who wear jeans are prudes, but it's probably the very people you would be avoiding by wearing it.

Like I said, just whistling is a compliment, and I think men actually like women in jeans more because it's less slutty. Personally, I imagine you still carry yourself like a sexual object. There's a body language for every kind of treatment you want from people, and if someone doesn't get it, you can tell them, "Don't treat me like that," and BAM, people now know how you like to be treated. Organized protests and lobbying is bullshit.
User avatar #146 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
Ok let me try this from a different angle.

How do you think blokes pick up the whole whistling at women, thing? How do you think blokes pick up the sexual object thing? THATS what we're against. We're against the sexualisation of women in media, we're against making women the weak and emotional character by default. One mans opinion is beyond our grasp, but we can attack the group and or organisation that taught him to think like that.

I carry myself as a sexual object as much as you carry yourself like a fucking carrot. Some depraved idiot seeing me walking around covered up to my neck handing out resumes and thinking 'she wants the D' does not justify treating me like a fucking blow up doll. Shit is unacceptable.

And for the record, 'slutty clothing' is a fuck tonne more comfortable than my winter clothes. Shorts does for legs what walking around without shoes does for your feet.
#147 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
I don't walk around without shoes on, and anything is more comfortable than winter clothes. That's no excuse to walk around in a glorified bathing suit.

Most people don't know what their body language says, and there's always going to be depraved assholes, you just have to learn to deal with them. There's no organization that manufactures them, and it's not a crime for them to think something you don't want them to think. However, It is a crime for you to try to manipulate their thoughts by regulating (aka censoring) the media.

Does that make sense?
User avatar #148 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
Good lord you are so BLIND
#149 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
I accept your digression!
User avatar #150 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
Not a digression. You're blind if you don't think there's an organisation that manufactures assholes
#151 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
If you think there is, then you are really obligated to provide examples. While cultural stigmas can be nurtured by Hollywood, it's usually out of innocence, and can't be censored just because we don't like it. I facepalm every time I see anti-gun garbage on television, increasing the even more dangerous anti-gun stigma in our culture, but I haven't even conceived about forcing them to shut up.
#152 - thirdjess (05/18/2014) [-]
Dangerous anti-gun stigma? Are you crazy? Right, as much as I hate to make assumptons of people based on something as inconsequential as forum text, I don't think you and I are going to be able to have a decent conversation.
#153 - cabbagemayhem (05/18/2014) [-]
Yes, dangerous anti-gun stigma. Contrary to simplified logic that guns kill people, so are bad, and lives can be saved by getting rid of them. They are actually more preventative, save lives, and silently shield people from a greater danger that manifests itself in our governments from time to time.

That's a cute girl I have to look at, and you don't have to believe me. Just know that if we want to change someone's mind, we have to do it by convincing them or get convinced by them, and not by applying force.
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