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#45 - Yes but there are no arguments from your side, and I'm not goi…  [+] (2 replies) 12/19/2015 on dat purse 0
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#50 - Hydrolo (12/19/2015) [-]
idk how you got baited so hard
#47 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but scientifically speaking my arguments were perfect and we dont need google
#43 - I don't see how I can be wrong on a subjective matter, but okay.  [+] (5 replies) 12/19/2015 on dat purse 0
#44 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but its an objective fact that im right, scientifically speaking
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#48 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
gg
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#45 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
Yes but there are no arguments from your side, and I'm not going to google them for you.
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#50 - Hydrolo (12/19/2015) [-]
idk how you got baited so hard
#47 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but scientifically speaking my arguments were perfect and we dont need google
#41 - To each their own, I guess.  [+] (7 replies) 12/19/2015 on dat purse 0
#42 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but really i am right and you are wrong
#43 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
I don't see how I can be wrong on a subjective matter, but okay.
#44 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but its an objective fact that im right, scientifically speaking
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#48 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
gg
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#45 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
Yes but there are no arguments from your side, and I'm not going to google them for you.
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#50 - Hydrolo (12/19/2015) [-]
idk how you got baited so hard
#47 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but scientifically speaking my arguments were perfect and we dont need google
#63 - > femnazi > normies Normies exist in real life. …  [+] (1 reply) 12/19/2015 on (untitled) 0
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#70 - ciacheczko (12/20/2015) [-]
I actually talked to a few feminazis. Not a recommendable experience, I tell you. Talking to a brick wall would be more fruitful.
#37 - In their actions, yeah, but the way they dress doesn't say tha…  [+] (9 replies) 12/19/2015 on dat purse 0
#39 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but really their interests dont matter that much compared to how they look
#41 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
To each their own, I guess.
#42 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but really i am right and you are wrong
#43 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
I don't see how I can be wrong on a subjective matter, but okay.
#44 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but its an objective fact that im right, scientifically speaking
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#48 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
gg
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#45 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
Yes but there are no arguments from your side, and I'm not going to google them for you.
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#50 - Hydrolo (12/19/2015) [-]
idk how you got baited so hard
#47 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but scientifically speaking my arguments were perfect and we dont need google
#35 - You can get a very general, generic description of a person, s…  [+] (11 replies) 12/19/2015 on dat purse 0
#36 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
really though someones true character is on the outside, not the inside
#37 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
In their actions, yeah, but the way they dress doesn't say that much.
Talking is easier, imo, at least for me. I've never payed attention to the way people dress, unless they really stand out of the crowd. And if I actually like the person and we have common interests, it's not hard to get to know their general opinions on life.
#39 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but really their interests dont matter that much compared to how they look
#41 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
To each their own, I guess.
#42 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but really i am right and you are wrong
#43 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
I don't see how I can be wrong on a subjective matter, but okay.
#44 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but its an objective fact that im right, scientifically speaking
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#48 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
gg
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#45 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
Yes but there are no arguments from your side, and I'm not going to google them for you.
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#50 - Hydrolo (12/19/2015) [-]
idk how you got baited so hard
#47 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but scientifically speaking my arguments were perfect and we dont need google
#32 - Clothes do carry some information, but that's about it. C…  [+] (13 replies) 12/19/2015 on dat purse 0
#33 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
you actually gain more information out of someone by not speaking to them at all and just looking at them.
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#35 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
You can get a very general, generic description of a person, so that's a good start. Still not enough to find out their "true" character.
#36 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
really though someones true character is on the outside, not the inside
#37 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
In their actions, yeah, but the way they dress doesn't say that much.
Talking is easier, imo, at least for me. I've never payed attention to the way people dress, unless they really stand out of the crowd. And if I actually like the person and we have common interests, it's not hard to get to know their general opinions on life.
#39 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but really their interests dont matter that much compared to how they look
#41 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
To each their own, I guess.
#42 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but really i am right and you are wrong
#43 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
I don't see how I can be wrong on a subjective matter, but okay.
#44 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but its an objective fact that im right, scientifically speaking
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#48 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
gg
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#45 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
Yes but there are no arguments from your side, and I'm not going to google them for you.
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#50 - Hydrolo (12/19/2015) [-]
idk how you got baited so hard
#47 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but scientifically speaking my arguments were perfect and we dont need google
#30 - Communication.  [+] (15 replies) 12/19/2015 on dat purse 0
#31 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
Seems a bit superficial to focus on communication.
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#32 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
Clothes do carry some information, but that's about it.
Conversation with person is the best way to know them. There are lots of clues people give away about themselves when they talk.
#33 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
you actually gain more information out of someone by not speaking to them at all and just looking at them.
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#35 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
You can get a very general, generic description of a person, so that's a good start. Still not enough to find out their "true" character.
#36 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
really though someones true character is on the outside, not the inside
#37 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
In their actions, yeah, but the way they dress doesn't say that much.
Talking is easier, imo, at least for me. I've never payed attention to the way people dress, unless they really stand out of the crowd. And if I actually like the person and we have common interests, it's not hard to get to know their general opinions on life.
#39 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but really their interests dont matter that much compared to how they look
#41 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
To each their own, I guess.
#42 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but really i am right and you are wrong
#43 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
I don't see how I can be wrong on a subjective matter, but okay.
#44 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but its an objective fact that im right, scientifically speaking
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#48 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
gg
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#45 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
Yes but there are no arguments from your side, and I'm not going to google them for you.
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#50 - Hydrolo (12/19/2015) [-]
idk how you got baited so hard
#47 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but scientifically speaking my arguments were perfect and we dont need google
#27 - More important than being an understanding human being? What?  [+] (17 replies) 12/19/2015 on dat purse +4
#28 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
what better way is there to find out a persons true character than their appearance and what they look like on the outside?
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#30 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
Communication.
#31 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
Seems a bit superficial to focus on communication.
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#32 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
Clothes do carry some information, but that's about it.
Conversation with person is the best way to know them. There are lots of clues people give away about themselves when they talk.
#33 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
you actually gain more information out of someone by not speaking to them at all and just looking at them.
User avatar
#35 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
You can get a very general, generic description of a person, so that's a good start. Still not enough to find out their "true" character.
#36 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
really though someones true character is on the outside, not the inside
#37 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
In their actions, yeah, but the way they dress doesn't say that much.
Talking is easier, imo, at least for me. I've never payed attention to the way people dress, unless they really stand out of the crowd. And if I actually like the person and we have common interests, it's not hard to get to know their general opinions on life.
#39 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but really their interests dont matter that much compared to how they look
#41 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
To each their own, I guess.
#42 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but really i am right and you are wrong
#43 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
I don't see how I can be wrong on a subjective matter, but okay.
#44 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but its an objective fact that im right, scientifically speaking
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#48 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
gg
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#45 - rainbowhead (12/19/2015) [-]
Yes but there are no arguments from your side, and I'm not going to google them for you.
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#50 - Hydrolo (12/19/2015) [-]
idk how you got baited so hard
#47 - stevengruteman (12/19/2015) [-]
yes but scientifically speaking my arguments were perfect and we dont need google