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krobeles

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#65 - I dont know how you and your partner talks to each other, but …  [+] (3 new replies) 06/28/2016 on feminism +1
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#70 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
Intense...? Intense?! Fuuuck...
That made me actually laugh out loud. I just imagine you laying there passively, being loudly threatened with grose physical violence, all the while thinking "Boy, this relationship sure is intense!". Thats funny to me...
Seriously though, if you're being threatened with violence, you should probably scarper.

Unless its some BDSM thing you two have going, and I've been continously missing the point...
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#60 - Are you seriously suggesting that a proper relationship involv…  [+] (5 new replies) 06/28/2016 on feminism +1
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#65 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
I dont know how you and your partner talks to each other, but if he threatens to harm you or you threaten to harm him, in anything but a very obvious joke, then I'de say that yes, the relationship is indeed abusive wether the two of you recognise it as such. There are people who beat each other up frequently, and stay in a relationship together. Doesn't mean beating each other up isn't abusive.
Sure, you can shit talk to each other, but theres a world of difference between mere shit talk and actual threats of physical harm.
If you by "people like you" and "people like me" mean: "People without stockholm syndrome" and "People with stockholm syndrome", then yes. You are correct...
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#70 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
Intense...? Intense?! Fuuuck...
That made me actually laugh out loud. I just imagine you laying there passively, being loudly threatened with grose physical violence, all the while thinking "Boy, this relationship sure is intense!". Thats funny to me...
Seriously though, if you're being threatened with violence, you should probably scarper.

Unless its some BDSM thing you two have going, and I've been continously missing the point...
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#56 - Whiney? I'm not one going "We need feminism because peopl…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/28/2016 on feminism +2
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#75 - anon (06/28/2016) [-]
As a seventeen-year psychology buff, I'm going to say Krobeles hit the nail on the head. Your history of abuse has corrupted your thought process. Without directly referencing it or even openly considering it, your negative experiences color the way you resolve conflict and justify yourself.

Which is entirely on you, you are quite capable of fixing this and returning to the ranks of intelligent human beings.
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#53 - ...What? Who the ***** expresses anger, by threatening their s…  [+] (14 new replies) 06/28/2016 on feminism +5
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#121 - anon (06/28/2016) [-]
ARE YOU JUSTIFYING THE FACT THAT YOU'RE AN ABUSIVE PARTNER RIGHT NOW?! WOW Fuck You. Fuck up the ass with a dull, rusty razor
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#60 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
Are you seriously suggesting that a proper relationship involves threats of physical harm?
Jeez man, you must've went through hell. Did your father rape you while telling you, that this was what real love was like? Did your first boyfriend coax you into losing your virginity in an orgy with a bunch of masked men who kept you beating you during? Were you the daughter of Josef Fritzl?
Whatever you went through, I feel truely sorry that your perspective what a healthy relationship is like, is so darkly warped and sinister, that you have deluded yourself into thinking that real love means threatening harm on others. Man. Seek help. You're damaged.
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#65 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
I dont know how you and your partner talks to each other, but if he threatens to harm you or you threaten to harm him, in anything but a very obvious joke, then I'de say that yes, the relationship is indeed abusive wether the two of you recognise it as such. There are people who beat each other up frequently, and stay in a relationship together. Doesn't mean beating each other up isn't abusive.
Sure, you can shit talk to each other, but theres a world of difference between mere shit talk and actual threats of physical harm.
If you by "people like you" and "people like me" mean: "People without stockholm syndrome" and "People with stockholm syndrome", then yes. You are correct...
#67 - stickmansam has deleted their comment.
#70 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
Intense...? Intense?! Fuuuck...
That made me actually laugh out loud. I just imagine you laying there passively, being loudly threatened with grose physical violence, all the while thinking "Boy, this relationship sure is intense!". Thats funny to me...
Seriously though, if you're being threatened with violence, you should probably scarper.

Unless its some BDSM thing you two have going, and I've been continously missing the point...
#72 - stickmansam has deleted their comment.
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#56 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
Whiney? I'm not one going "We need feminism because people are idiots!". That would be you.
Honestly, right there you just kinda made me think I struck a nerve with the whole "long history of abuse" thing...
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#75 - anon (06/28/2016) [-]
As a seventeen-year psychology buff, I'm going to say Krobeles hit the nail on the head. Your history of abuse has corrupted your thought process. Without directly referencing it or even openly considering it, your negative experiences color the way you resolve conflict and justify yourself.

Which is entirely on you, you are quite capable of fixing this and returning to the ranks of intelligent human beings.
#84 - stickmansam has deleted their comment.
#126 - Eh. I've been here for years, and I dont feel any more bisexua…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/28/2016 on Really makes you think 0
#170 - anon (06/28/2016) [-]
It's very easy. Would you let a woman suck your dick?
Would you make a woman take it up the ass?

Congratulations, you are capable of having sex with dudes. Just find one that is appropriately feminine for your needs, since many dudes are a bit squarish and such (get a trap with decent curves) and you are free to be as bisexual as you please.
#123 - On a completely serious note, I wish I was bisexual. I me…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/28/2016 on Really makes you think 0
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#124 - ugoboom (06/28/2016) [-]
You're on FJ
so you're off to a good start already.
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#126 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
Eh. I've been here for years, and I dont feel any more bisexual than when I started.
Its a shame too, cuz these days, the only people who seem to be hitting on me, are men...
#170 - anon (06/28/2016) [-]
It's very easy. Would you let a woman suck your dick?
Would you make a woman take it up the ass?

Congratulations, you are capable of having sex with dudes. Just find one that is appropriately feminine for your needs, since many dudes are a bit squarish and such (get a trap with decent curves) and you are free to be as bisexual as you please.
#48 - Yeah. Its a personal problem, that the individuals themselves …  [+] (16 new replies) 06/28/2016 on feminism +5
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#53 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
...What? Who the fucks expresses anger, by threatening their spous? What the fuck kind of abusive relationships have you had??
It is entirely a personal issue. People dont speak in the way you think them to speak. Your example makes me think, you have had a number of extreamly abusive and uncomftable experiences in your life, which kinda invalidates/colors your opinion on this...
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#121 - anon (06/28/2016) [-]
ARE YOU JUSTIFYING THE FACT THAT YOU'RE AN ABUSIVE PARTNER RIGHT NOW?! WOW Fuck You. Fuck up the ass with a dull, rusty razor
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#60 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
Are you seriously suggesting that a proper relationship involves threats of physical harm?
Jeez man, you must've went through hell. Did your father rape you while telling you, that this was what real love was like? Did your first boyfriend coax you into losing your virginity in an orgy with a bunch of masked men who kept you beating you during? Were you the daughter of Josef Fritzl?
Whatever you went through, I feel truely sorry that your perspective what a healthy relationship is like, is so darkly warped and sinister, that you have deluded yourself into thinking that real love means threatening harm on others. Man. Seek help. You're damaged.
#62 - stickmansam has deleted their comment.
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#65 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
I dont know how you and your partner talks to each other, but if he threatens to harm you or you threaten to harm him, in anything but a very obvious joke, then I'de say that yes, the relationship is indeed abusive wether the two of you recognise it as such. There are people who beat each other up frequently, and stay in a relationship together. Doesn't mean beating each other up isn't abusive.
Sure, you can shit talk to each other, but theres a world of difference between mere shit talk and actual threats of physical harm.
If you by "people like you" and "people like me" mean: "People without stockholm syndrome" and "People with stockholm syndrome", then yes. You are correct...
#67 - stickmansam has deleted their comment.
#70 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
Intense...? Intense?! Fuuuck...
That made me actually laugh out loud. I just imagine you laying there passively, being loudly threatened with grose physical violence, all the while thinking "Boy, this relationship sure is intense!". Thats funny to me...
Seriously though, if you're being threatened with violence, you should probably scarper.

Unless its some BDSM thing you two have going, and I've been continously missing the point...
#72 - stickmansam has deleted their comment.
#54 - stickmansam has deleted their comment.
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#56 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
Whiney? I'm not one going "We need feminism because people are idiots!". That would be you.
Honestly, right there you just kinda made me think I struck a nerve with the whole "long history of abuse" thing...
#57 - stickmansam has deleted their comment.
#75 - anon (06/28/2016) [-]
As a seventeen-year psychology buff, I'm going to say Krobeles hit the nail on the head. Your history of abuse has corrupted your thought process. Without directly referencing it or even openly considering it, your negative experiences color the way you resolve conflict and justify yourself.

Which is entirely on you, you are quite capable of fixing this and returning to the ranks of intelligent human beings.
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#44 - No. You're a ******* idiot and you're wrong. If you're to…  [+] (18 new replies) 06/28/2016 on feminism +24
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#48 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
Yeah. Its a personal problem, that the individuals themselves need to work through on their own time. How exactly is a political movement going to help with resolving the personal short commings of a handful of people?
Thats like saying "We need feminism, because people pick their noses in public!". Its just a random personal fault, that some especially dumb people fall victim to. We can tell them to cut it the fuck out, but we dont need a movement to be doing so.
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#53 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
...What? Who the fucks expresses anger, by threatening their spous? What the fuck kind of abusive relationships have you had??
It is entirely a personal issue. People dont speak in the way you think them to speak. Your example makes me think, you have had a number of extreamly abusive and uncomftable experiences in your life, which kinda invalidates/colors your opinion on this...
#55 - stickmansam has deleted their comment.
#121 - anon (06/28/2016) [-]
ARE YOU JUSTIFYING THE FACT THAT YOU'RE AN ABUSIVE PARTNER RIGHT NOW?! WOW Fuck You. Fuck up the ass with a dull, rusty razor
#122 - stickmansam has deleted their comment.
User avatar
#60 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
Are you seriously suggesting that a proper relationship involves threats of physical harm?
Jeez man, you must've went through hell. Did your father rape you while telling you, that this was what real love was like? Did your first boyfriend coax you into losing your virginity in an orgy with a bunch of masked men who kept you beating you during? Were you the daughter of Josef Fritzl?
Whatever you went through, I feel truely sorry that your perspective what a healthy relationship is like, is so darkly warped and sinister, that you have deluded yourself into thinking that real love means threatening harm on others. Man. Seek help. You're damaged.
#62 - stickmansam has deleted their comment.
User avatar
#65 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
I dont know how you and your partner talks to each other, but if he threatens to harm you or you threaten to harm him, in anything but a very obvious joke, then I'de say that yes, the relationship is indeed abusive wether the two of you recognise it as such. There are people who beat each other up frequently, and stay in a relationship together. Doesn't mean beating each other up isn't abusive.
Sure, you can shit talk to each other, but theres a world of difference between mere shit talk and actual threats of physical harm.
If you by "people like you" and "people like me" mean: "People without stockholm syndrome" and "People with stockholm syndrome", then yes. You are correct...
#67 - stickmansam has deleted their comment.
#70 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
Intense...? Intense?! Fuuuck...
That made me actually laugh out loud. I just imagine you laying there passively, being loudly threatened with grose physical violence, all the while thinking "Boy, this relationship sure is intense!". Thats funny to me...
Seriously though, if you're being threatened with violence, you should probably scarper.

Unless its some BDSM thing you two have going, and I've been continously missing the point...
#72 - stickmansam has deleted their comment.
#54 - stickmansam has deleted their comment.
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#56 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
Whiney? I'm not one going "We need feminism because people are idiots!". That would be you.
Honestly, right there you just kinda made me think I struck a nerve with the whole "long history of abuse" thing...
#57 - stickmansam has deleted their comment.
#75 - anon (06/28/2016) [-]
As a seventeen-year psychology buff, I'm going to say Krobeles hit the nail on the head. Your history of abuse has corrupted your thought process. Without directly referencing it or even openly considering it, your negative experiences color the way you resolve conflict and justify yourself.

Which is entirely on you, you are quite capable of fixing this and returning to the ranks of intelligent human beings.
#84 - stickmansam has deleted their comment.
#114 - Picture  [+] (5 new replies) 06/28/2016 on Really makes you think +8
#115 - ugoboom (06/28/2016) [-]
welp
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#123 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
On a completely serious note, I wish I was bisexual.
I mean, it would effectively double the number of potential sexual partners and a heap of those people would very probably be more keen on sex than most women.
User avatar
#124 - ugoboom (06/28/2016) [-]
You're on FJ
so you're off to a good start already.
User avatar
#126 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
Eh. I've been here for years, and I dont feel any more bisexual than when I started.
Its a shame too, cuz these days, the only people who seem to be hitting on me, are men...
#170 - anon (06/28/2016) [-]
It's very easy. Would you let a woman suck your dick?
Would you make a woman take it up the ass?

Congratulations, you are capable of having sex with dudes. Just find one that is appropriately feminine for your needs, since many dudes are a bit squarish and such (get a trap with decent curves) and you are free to be as bisexual as you please.
#112 - What the **** kind of dudes do you hang out with? Do you …  [+] (7 new replies) 06/28/2016 on Really makes you think +4
#113 - ugoboom (06/28/2016) [-]
>Do you exclusively hang out with traps?
Sometimes I kinda wish I did
#114 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
#115 - ugoboom (06/28/2016) [-]
welp
User avatar
#123 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
On a completely serious note, I wish I was bisexual.
I mean, it would effectively double the number of potential sexual partners and a heap of those people would very probably be more keen on sex than most women.
User avatar
#124 - ugoboom (06/28/2016) [-]
You're on FJ
so you're off to a good start already.
User avatar
#126 - krobeles (06/28/2016) [-]
Eh. I've been here for years, and I dont feel any more bisexual than when I started.
Its a shame too, cuz these days, the only people who seem to be hitting on me, are men...
#170 - anon (06/28/2016) [-]
It's very easy. Would you let a woman suck your dick?
Would you make a woman take it up the ass?

Congratulations, you are capable of having sex with dudes. Just find one that is appropriately feminine for your needs, since many dudes are a bit squarish and such (get a trap with decent curves) and you are free to be as bisexual as you please.