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|#456 - Hahahahaha like I care, oh and great argument, you are such a …||03/21/2014 on (untitled)||+1|
|#448 - "Not that it matters because no one donated this month, s… [+] (2 new replies)||03/21/2014 on (untitled)||+1|
|#424 - Admin complaining about people not donating this month when he… [+] (4 new replies)||03/20/2014 on (untitled)||+3|
#448 - stratotastic (03/21/2014) [-]
"Not that it matters because no one donated this month, so enjoy a SHIT TON of annoying ads.
Now because of comments like these I have to do all this spam shit again because people like you jump on a fucking admin hate bandwagon everytime some dipshit makes up bullshit about the site. "
Stop feeling sorry for yourself you aren't entitled to anything. No one donate? Sure thing over 7,000 $ has been donated in that link with a goal of 10,000 with 38 days left. You sure like to use "faggot" a lot people might start thinking you are one, faggot.
|#202 - Except you singled out North America and the UK, which made it…||03/19/2014 on What I've learned||+1|
|#3339 - And you wonder why people think you're a tool.||03/19/2014 on Are you sexy as fuck?||+4|
|#190 - Implying Britain didn't get bombed to **** in WW2… [+] (2 new replies)||03/19/2014 on What I've learned||0|
#194 - youarenotspecial (03/19/2014) [-]
How was any of that implied? I was just stating that there are REALLY out of touch youths in the western world. Not that North America and the UK have never been to war. I mean fuck, they're at war right now. But the children/assholes anticipating WW3 have never been to war, aren't in the military, and probably don't have family who have either.
|#299 - Jesus Christ, really?||03/06/2014 on Can I have some motivation...||+3|
|#56 - Now we're thanking our lucky stars WW2 happened, holy *… [+] (2 new replies)||03/05/2014 on thanks hitler||0|
|#6 - It's called dedication, something many people have lost sight of. [+] (16 new replies)||02/25/2014 on then and now||+56|
#60 - anonymous (02/25/2014) [-]
There's a difference between whinning about a bruise, and being stupid enough to risk your life (mobility at least) for a goddamn football match.
#7 - autoxx (02/25/2014) [-]
It's getting more and more common for kids to be pussies.
I'm a scout leader and my scouts are expected to pull their weight, do the exercises, and when they have an injury they are expected to deal with it.
Because of the expectation, every one of them has risen to the challenge and even the smallest one (A 40lb girl named Julia) will drag branches bigger than her back to the campsite for fires.
Coddling kids doesn't help anyone.
#18 - lolollo (02/25/2014) [-]
"I expect them to deal with it."
Deal with it? That's interesting. Deal with it how? I can only assume you mean that they handle it on an individual level, like do first aid onthemselves, which makes perfect sense. It's not just common sense to do that, but it's good parenting to teach your kid to do that. You know what else though? That's what I'm saying the guy in the content should have done.
Or what, if a scout breaks their leg, do you call them a pussy when he stops to try and tell you about it? "We're on a hike, you can split it AFTER we've scaled this mountainyou fucking woman!" I hope not...
#30 - autoxx (02/25/2014) [-]
Actually I was agreeing with you. When I say deal with it, I make it a point to solve the problem.
My scouts have to count to 10 before they are "allowed" to cry.
If they get hurt, they actively seek a solution instead of immediately becoming a victim.
That solution might be chapstick over a papercut, cold water on a burn, or approaching a scout leader if they can't help themselves.
Most have exceeded my expectations of them and will now keep working if they get a blister on their hand (Julia) or squash their finger in a door (Josh).
#207 - autoxx (02/26/2014) [-]
Yeah, dog bites are freaky. It's a massive adrenaline rush eh? I got bit in the face when I was a kid.
When I was little my old man told me I wasn't allowed to cry until I counted to ten, then if I still had to, no worries.
Kinda took it a step too far, the last time I cried was when my school friend killed herself just before I got to her place. That was 17 years ago tomorrow, fucked my up for a long time. Kind of a dick move...
#208 - gggman (02/26/2014) [-]
heh yea real dick move. That's a shame I'd hate to have that happen. I wasn't to social in high school, any school friends I had stayed in school. Never made it to too many peoples houses.. those dog bites are just freaky, you want it to just sit still and let the pain die down but then it'll just out of nowhere shake it's head or something. nightmarish to this day
#33 - lolollo (02/25/2014) [-]
OK, for a moment I thought you lacked common sense. I understand pushing through pain, but to say that seeking medical attention is "weak" is just stupid. If someone wants to raise their kids that way, where they have to push through any potentially life threatening injury without seeking medical help as soon as possible, that's fine with me. They'll just be ensuring their kid is dead by the age of 20.
#17 - anonymous (02/25/2014) [-]
You want them to still do their shit after they broke their neck?
|#108 - The sad part being that it would actually fit.||02/07/2014 on Grossest Thing I Can Imagine||+9|