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Age: 22
Date Signed Up:3/02/2013
Location:England
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#37 - there's a competition where all the guys look fat but it's al… 04/08/2016 on How Times Have Changed 0
#36 - it would be ******* perfect if he blushed, moaned embarrassing… 04/08/2016 on How Times Have Changed +3
#11 - oh yeah? i'm in the UK, but most of my friends are in canada -…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/08/2016 on Serious Problem +1
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#12 - simonhatesfj (04/08/2016) [-]
Mmm... Funny you mention D&D, I'm visiting family soon and two of 'em are interested in trying a tabletop RPG, but we don't have enough time to play a serious D&D campaign with all the rules and stuff so I'm working on improving the improvised system I made last time... I've made some progress but it's slow-going.

Hmm, yeah, that does sound pretty bad... I've known people who had the same problem with meds, where they can't use them to fix any problems because they cause more damage than they fix? Scary stuff. GL, man.
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#13 - redstonealchemist (04/08/2016) [-]
thanks, the real problem is my immune system is really adaptable. this is great that it helped me recover pneumonia when i was 2 years old (now with an increased durability to cold and low tolerance for heat) but sucks when your immune system mistakes medicine for a threat.
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#14 - simonhatesfj (04/08/2016) [-]
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm... excessively strong immune systems could be a bit of a problem, huh? I heard that stronger cells that go on to become cancer stay just as strong. I wonder if the same goes for the immune system? Maybe I shouldn't wonder that.
#9 - sorry for being a bitch, i'm super tired  [+] (5 new replies) 04/08/2016 on Serious Problem 0
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#10 - simonhatesfj (04/08/2016) [-]
'sokay, I'm pretty tired too. Pulling all-nighters does that to people, I suppose.
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#11 - redstonealchemist (04/08/2016) [-]
oh yeah? i'm in the UK, but most of my friends are in canada -- we play pathfinder twice a week and i, 5 hours ahead of them, fucked up my piss-poor excuse of a circadian rhythm so that i can hang with them properly. if constant jet-lag isn't bad enough, to make matters even worse, i have a severe case of narcolepsy and if my meds for it were any stronger currently at least half as strong as i need to function properly, which is half of what i'm capable of then instead of probably destroying my liver over time, it would be certain.

how does that sound in comparison to an all-nighter?
p.s: a narcoleptic episode isn't suddenly falling down unconscious, it's gradual from minutes to hours. it's like that moment of an all-nighter where it's about 6-8 am and you feel tired but can go on for hours more, and then 20 minutes later you can barely keep your eyes open... it's like those 20 minutes. every single day.
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#12 - simonhatesfj (04/08/2016) [-]
Mmm... Funny you mention D&D, I'm visiting family soon and two of 'em are interested in trying a tabletop RPG, but we don't have enough time to play a serious D&D campaign with all the rules and stuff so I'm working on improving the improvised system I made last time... I've made some progress but it's slow-going.

Hmm, yeah, that does sound pretty bad... I've known people who had the same problem with meds, where they can't use them to fix any problems because they cause more damage than they fix? Scary stuff. GL, man.
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#13 - redstonealchemist (04/08/2016) [-]
thanks, the real problem is my immune system is really adaptable. this is great that it helped me recover pneumonia when i was 2 years old (now with an increased durability to cold and low tolerance for heat) but sucks when your immune system mistakes medicine for a threat.
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#14 - simonhatesfj (04/08/2016) [-]
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm... excessively strong immune systems could be a bit of a problem, huh? I heard that stronger cells that go on to become cancer stay just as strong. I wonder if the same goes for the immune system? Maybe I shouldn't wonder that.
#7 - how do you think people reach front page? by posting once a we…  [+] (7 new replies) 04/08/2016 on Serious Problem +1
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#8 - simonhatesfj (04/08/2016) [-]
Not talking about addy... I was surprised when he showed up.
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#9 - redstonealchemist (04/08/2016) [-]
sorry for being a bitch, i'm super tired
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#10 - simonhatesfj (04/08/2016) [-]
'sokay, I'm pretty tired too. Pulling all-nighters does that to people, I suppose.
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#11 - redstonealchemist (04/08/2016) [-]
oh yeah? i'm in the UK, but most of my friends are in canada -- we play pathfinder twice a week and i, 5 hours ahead of them, fucked up my piss-poor excuse of a circadian rhythm so that i can hang with them properly. if constant jet-lag isn't bad enough, to make matters even worse, i have a severe case of narcolepsy and if my meds for it were any stronger currently at least half as strong as i need to function properly, which is half of what i'm capable of then instead of probably destroying my liver over time, it would be certain.

how does that sound in comparison to an all-nighter?
p.s: a narcoleptic episode isn't suddenly falling down unconscious, it's gradual from minutes to hours. it's like that moment of an all-nighter where it's about 6-8 am and you feel tired but can go on for hours more, and then 20 minutes later you can barely keep your eyes open... it's like those 20 minutes. every single day.
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#12 - simonhatesfj (04/08/2016) [-]
Mmm... Funny you mention D&D, I'm visiting family soon and two of 'em are interested in trying a tabletop RPG, but we don't have enough time to play a serious D&D campaign with all the rules and stuff so I'm working on improving the improvised system I made last time... I've made some progress but it's slow-going.

Hmm, yeah, that does sound pretty bad... I've known people who had the same problem with meds, where they can't use them to fix any problems because they cause more damage than they fix? Scary stuff. GL, man.
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#13 - redstonealchemist (04/08/2016) [-]
thanks, the real problem is my immune system is really adaptable. this is great that it helped me recover pneumonia when i was 2 years old (now with an increased durability to cold and low tolerance for heat) but sucks when your immune system mistakes medicine for a threat.
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#14 - simonhatesfj (04/08/2016) [-]
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm... excessively strong immune systems could be a bit of a problem, huh? I heard that stronger cells that go on to become cancer stay just as strong. I wonder if the same goes for the immune system? Maybe I shouldn't wonder that.
#32 - oh sorry, i didn't see your name! i thought you were kibuza  [+] (1 new reply) 04/08/2016 on /ss/ Comp +2
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#33 - shota (04/08/2016) [-]
lol
#29 - ******** is the male version of lolicon  [+] (3 new replies) 04/08/2016 on /ss/ Comp +3
#31 - shota (04/08/2016) [-]
Don't worry friendo, I'm quite aware.
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#32 - redstonealchemist (04/08/2016) [-]
oh sorry, i didn't see your name! i thought you were kibuza
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#33 - shota (04/08/2016) [-]
lol
#26 - you mean *****?  [+] (10 new replies) 04/08/2016 on /ss/ Comp +3
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#30 - kibuza (04/08/2016) [-]
Mind you it's not nearly as bad because it's just pictures. It's still kinda fucked though.
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#28 - kibuza (04/08/2016) [-]
Yes. SS means straight shota as far as I know.

Which is exactly what I said, except it happens to be restricted to older women on young boys. It's still pedophilia just as much as loli is pedophilia it just focuses on boys.
#78 - ygdosst (04/08/2016) [-]
It's seen as better because the relate more to the kid being molested in /ss/, rather than lolicons relating to the molester of the kid. Therefor the fantasy is not committing pedophilia, it's being the victim thereof.

Kinda like any other rape fantasy, but with statutory tossed in front of it. It's seen as better if you desire to be the victim rather than the criminal.
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#106 - kibuza (04/08/2016) [-]
Sure, but it's still pedophilia regardless.

It's hard to call it pedophilia because it's of course much better than ACTUAL pedophiles, since all you're doing is looking at a fictional picture, but you can't deny it definitely has pedophile aspects.

Also I'm sure just because you or a majority of viewers prefer to place themselves in the victim's place, there are plenty or people who place themselves in the perpetrator's place. Same for loli.

I would say that people who put themselves in the victim's place are definitely less pedophile-like than the people who prefer the perpetrator, but it still doesn't change the fact that both center around an act of pedophilia.

Personally I don't care if people look at it. I don't like it, I think it's kinda fucked up, but I'm sure some people would find some of my fetishes fucked up too. It's all imaginary shit so nobody is actually hurting anyone when they look at that stuff. It just means that if I had a choice, I would probably leave my daughter or son with someone who doesn't look at that stuff, just as you'd probably rather leave your pet with someone who doesn't watch bestiality.
#90 - notagainpls (04/08/2016) [-]
You almost got it right. Same applies to lolis (especially the yuri loli stuff) for the female audience. It's the fantasy of being the younger inexperienced partner and being guided into the adult world.
#27 - shota (04/08/2016) [-]
u wot
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#29 - redstonealchemist (04/08/2016) [-]
shotacon is the male version of lolicon
#31 - shota (04/08/2016) [-]
Don't worry friendo, I'm quite aware.
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#32 - redstonealchemist (04/08/2016) [-]
oh sorry, i didn't see your name! i thought you were kibuza
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#33 - shota (04/08/2016) [-]
lol
#6 - i've finally developed a crush on him. my sister and mothe…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/08/2016 on eggs +1
#25 - anon (04/08/2016) [-]
How can you love someone who's eyes are in two different timezones?
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#8 - leifbunny (04/08/2016) [-]
...I still don't see it. There's just something... alien to his facial structure.
#26 - Vercingetorix (04/08/2016) [-]
His sister?
#16 - of course there's an exception to every rule. i'm lucky in… 04/08/2016 on men can never understand... 0