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thecharliesheen

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#22 - But they're not philosophies. They're literally spouting *…  [+] (6 new replies) 11/20/2014 on 12 quotes from Jaden and... +5
#27 - jackmanlover (11/20/2014) [-]
Everybody says stupid shit. It's just that the stupid shit that these two say get remembered for all eternity by people like us. If they weren't famous, people would forget the stupid shit they say and only remember the stuff that actually is deep.
User avatar #28 - thecharliesheen (11/20/2014) [-]
Yeah, people do say stupid shit, which because they get ridiculed and are later taught differently, learn the error of their ways. These two are growing up, and they're still saying unbelievably dumb shit like that and wholeheartedly believe that they're smarter and even better than everyone else.
#29 - jackmanlover (11/20/2014) [-]
Well how do you know that's what they actually think? For all we know it could be a front and they are just sitting around laughing their asses off after saying this crap. Or how do you know they really think they are smarter than everyone else? All we see from celebrities is the tiny bits shown to us.
User avatar #30 - thecharliesheen (11/20/2014) [-]
So they're making public asses of themselves and embarrassing their entire family and then sitting behind closed doors going "LOL we totally got them bro, they seriously believe we're this stupid! HAHA WHAT DOUCHEBAGS." Yeah that doesn't make much sense.
And I know because it's not just because of the shit they say, it's the way they act as well.
#31 - jackmanlover (11/20/2014) [-]
I would totally do that if I was the son of a super rich famous guy.
User avatar #32 - thecharliesheen (11/20/2014) [-]
I might, if I seriously, seriously did not mind having everyone think that I'm a jackass (no, seriously), but they're teenagers. Teenagers with parents. Parents who should be teaching them better and are getting thoroughly embarrassed and by proxy are also made out to look like jackasses because of the kid's behavior.
#21 - I like Will Smith. I like Will Smith's acting. I would like to… 11/20/2014 on 12 quotes from Jaden and... +2
#118 - Maybe they should find another hobby if they don't have to pla…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/19/2014 on future of gaming???? +2
User avatar #119 - fapperdefap (11/19/2014) [-]
I argee that it's rediculous but the companies who make the games arent going to give up their potential money pool i'm afraid.
#92 - Yeah, if people want to spend their hard earned money buying w… 11/19/2014 on future of gaming???? +1
#89 - Pay to win/pay for advantage is just pure **** . I paid …  [+] (11 new replies) 11/19/2014 on future of gaming???? +10
#117 - fapperdefap (11/19/2014) [-]
Some games are free2play but pay to win because there are people who have busy jobs who havent got much time to play and get better at games so they can buy themself into being "good".
User avatar #160 - seelcudoom (11/19/2014) [-]
so they play a game and then pay them so they dont have to play it?
User avatar #126 - lyiat (11/19/2014) [-]
You don't understand the term pay2win if that's what you think it is.

Pay2win means you can spend money to buy an advantage. By buying premium content, you get better equipment than anyone else, negating skill. What games typically have is pay2skip or pay2advance, which bypasses the grind the free players have to go through. Are there pay2win games out there? Yes, but it's less common than the accusation indicates.
#121 - auryn (11/19/2014) [-]
It's just a lousy marketing scheme with one thing in mind: Money, not people.
User avatar #118 - thecharliesheen (11/19/2014) [-]
Maybe they should find another hobby if they don't have to play. That makes literally no sense at all. It's buying a sense of accomplishment you don't deserve to play a game you don't have time for. That's equally ridiculous. Collect stamps or something.
User avatar #119 - fapperdefap (11/19/2014) [-]
I argee that it's rediculous but the companies who make the games arent going to give up their potential money pool i'm afraid.
#91 - ninheldin (11/19/2014) [-]
Its fine if its a free to play game and they just charge for early access to weapons or to buy things like skins, as long as you can get the weapons with something earned in game. But only if the game is free from that start, there should be no cash shops if you have to pay to get the game.
#120 - jarofdirt (11/19/2014) [-]
Warframe has a pretty fair in-game economy. You can trade rare weapon parts, mods and skins with other players for platinum (the premium currency) without spending a dime on the game itself. By unlocking high-level instances, you can farm these rare parts even at low levels by inviting friends or even strangers to help you out.
#186 - ninheldin (11/20/2014) [-]
The problem with warframe is that it becomes just about unlocking new weapons, people wont do a mission unless they can get parts for something, but yes their system is pretty good
User avatar #127 - kolonam (11/19/2014) [-]
Don't play TF2 anymore?
1. Trade all your items for vintage, strangest etc
2. Sell on steam market
3. Wait until 75% off plat daily log in
4. Use steam credit from selling items to get plat
User avatar #92 - thecharliesheen (11/19/2014) [-]
Yeah, if people want to spend their hard earned money buying weapons, that's fine so long as it can be earned in the game with actual skill and time. My balls get busted when I see people paying money for weapons that you can't have unless you pay for them. That shit pisses me off.
#21 - Picture 11/13/2014 on Samuel L. Jackson +5
#72 - Technically my diet consists of Cup-of-noodles (Sodium ahoy!),… 11/13/2014 on 18 Food Replacement Hacks 0
#70 - No, I stand by my statement. This entire list should be c…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/13/2014 on 18 Food Replacement Hacks 0
User avatar #71 - ciacheczko (11/13/2014) [-]
I think you underestimate the world of cooking. That's exactly what producers wanted by adding tons of sugar, salt, fat and monosodium glutamate. You've had so much of them, you can't feel how food tastes like without them - it's proven that after regularly using flavour enhancers you feel less flavour without them. It's no wonder you can't lay off the junk products - you've become a slave of overly intense flavours. But whatever floats your boat.
User avatar #72 - thecharliesheen (11/13/2014) [-]
Technically my diet consists of Cup-of-noodles (Sodium ahoy!), because I'm flat fucking broke, but believe me, I really do typically lay of the junk food. My one vice is drinking, and I even cut back heavily on that. When I cook (or have the money to) I usually do actually look for healthier alternatives to put in my food.
However, all this shit is expensive as fuck, and in my opinion, really doesn't taste as good. I don't want to spend money on more expensive shit to put in my food and only enjoy it half as much.
#22 - "See this candy? Replace it with that celery! It's not ne…  [+] (5 new replies) 11/12/2014 on 18 Food Replacement Hacks +19
User avatar #62 - ciacheczko (11/12/2014) [-]
Not entire.

The yes: light dressing for ranch, cocoa nibs for chocolate chips, popcorn for chips, and yoghurt for cream, romaine for iceberg lettuce - once you get used to the lighter version, you won't wish to go back. Except for whipped cream - one thing yoghurt can't do. The salt is still salt -the himalayan one is just richer. Stevia is neat, but I prefer fructose. Tastier than sugar - and sweeter so you'll use it less.

The maybe:
Breadcrumbs and croutons - it's advised to skip bread entirely. But if you use it moderately, same thing with mayo btw it won't do you that much harm. Save almonds for when you want almonds.

The no-go:
Almond milk isn't milk - it's not a dairy product, it's a watered-down nut paste, so fuck that.
I wouldn't use coconut flour in place of wheat flour: Each flour has different properties, you make cakes with wheat one for a reason - some recipes are too risky to be tampered with.
Juice and water - you are absolutely free to drink any juice you like as long as you make it yourself. If not, it's usually no better than soda.
Coconut water for sports drinks - don't kind yourself, you don't do sports, skip both.
Cocoa oil for vegetable oil - they too have different properties - in general, the best choice is extra virgin olive oil; coconut oil is also very healthy, tho, and uncontested for high-heat cooking

The never:
Fuck sodas. Even if you'll sweeten your tea a lot, it's till far better. Think: Why taste regulators are always lemon extracts? Because sour taste negates the otherwise overwhelming sweetness caused by the shitton of sugar, that's why. Soda is 1/3rd sugar. Do a field test - drink a mix of 100 grams of sugar and 200 grams of tea. This is soda, but without sour-crippled taste.
User avatar #70 - thecharliesheen (11/13/2014) [-]
No, I stand by my statement.
This entire list should be called "things you would already be doing if you didn't have something completely different in mind".
If I want chips, I want chips. Not fucking popcorn.
I don't want to skip bread entirely, I'll take my croutons. I fucking hate almonds.
I fucking HATE tea. It tastes like watered down leaf juice, which is exactly what it is. It might be bad for me, but at least I don't have to choke it down and try not to throw up.
I use sports drinks when I run, but not nearly enough to be an issue. This entire list is compiled of "healthy alternatives to shit that is bad for you", but we know that, and we use it anyways. The only thing that is mildly passable on here are the oils that we don't taste when we cook anyways.
User avatar #71 - ciacheczko (11/13/2014) [-]
I think you underestimate the world of cooking. That's exactly what producers wanted by adding tons of sugar, salt, fat and monosodium glutamate. You've had so much of them, you can't feel how food tastes like without them - it's proven that after regularly using flavour enhancers you feel less flavour without them. It's no wonder you can't lay off the junk products - you've become a slave of overly intense flavours. But whatever floats your boat.
User avatar #72 - thecharliesheen (11/13/2014) [-]
Technically my diet consists of Cup-of-noodles (Sodium ahoy!), because I'm flat fucking broke, but believe me, I really do typically lay of the junk food. My one vice is drinking, and I even cut back heavily on that. When I cook (or have the money to) I usually do actually look for healthier alternatives to put in my food.
However, all this shit is expensive as fuck, and in my opinion, really doesn't taste as good. I don't want to spend money on more expensive shit to put in my food and only enjoy it half as much.
#23 - anonymous (11/12/2014) [-]
#64 - Ah, yes. Thank you. 11/11/2014 on Handy websites 0
#60 - Does that **** use a headphone and a mic, or do you just type?  [+] (2 new replies) 11/11/2014 on Handy websites 0
User avatar #61 - EdwardNigma (11/11/2014) [-]
Type, last I checked.
User avatar #64 - thecharliesheen (11/11/2014) [-]
Ah, yes. Thank you.
#173 - Oh, yes, I forgot to explain myself up here. I had a friend wh… 11/11/2014 on Austin Powers 0
#172 - Comment deleted 11/11/2014 on Austin Powers 0
#161 - You do realize that I'm not defending it, right? Personally I … 11/11/2014 on Austin Powers 0
#159 - I agree completely. I'm just mainly curious about what people …  [+] (3 new replies) 11/11/2014 on Austin Powers 0
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#168 - urapooper (11/11/2014) [-]
the opposite scenario?
User avatar #173 - thecharliesheen (11/11/2014) [-]
Oh, yes, I forgot to explain myself up here. I had a friend who got pretty drunk and slept with a girl who was most likely blackout drunk as well. In the morning, she cried rape and claimed that he had raped her. Now, she was far too drunk to realize that she had propositioned him with witnesses in the room, so of course she was laughed out of the room being shamed as a slut, and I believe moved soon there after.

I was just curious about how people would feel about the other way around.
#157 - While I appreciate the sentiment, I believe you missed the poi…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/11/2014 on Austin Powers 0
User avatar #160 - ilovemyguns (11/11/2014) [-]
No, I'm saying that you should stop getting heavily drunk in places where bad situations are not only possible to occur, but are highly likely and well known for. You shouldn't get heavily drunk anywhere but home, with friends you trust. Getting heavily drunk in a bar and getting raped doesn't make it every man's fault, the establishment's fault, or anyone who didn't stop the gay man's fault. It's mutually yours and his fault. Yours for being an idiot, and his for taking advantage.
User avatar #161 - thecharliesheen (11/11/2014) [-]
You do realize that I'm not defending it, right? Personally I think anyone that gets black out drunk anywhere but at home in a safe environment is likely a complete moron. I was just presenting an opposite scenario to read the responses. I think that if someone can't handle their liquor, they really should only be drinking with the closest of friends. I personally had a friend of mine blamed for rape because the girl was plastered out of her mind, luckily she was too fucking drunk to realize that there were other people in the room when she propositioned him (he was equally drunk).
I wasn't by any means making excuses for it, I was simply curious what people might say.
#154 - Now I assure you I'm not trying to start a ********* he…  [+] (9 new replies) 11/11/2014 on Austin Powers +1
#158 - urapooper (11/11/2014) [-]
well if that happens I would feel violated and disgusted. I'm going to assume this is the usual person got him/herself super duper drunk scenario so I would still feel that I am partly to blame for what happened because I'm the one that got myself super, super drunk and did not take any precaution.
User avatar #159 - thecharliesheen (11/11/2014) [-]
I agree completely. I'm just mainly curious about what people have to say about the opposite scenario.
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#168 - urapooper (11/11/2014) [-]
the opposite scenario?
User avatar #173 - thecharliesheen (11/11/2014) [-]
Oh, yes, I forgot to explain myself up here. I had a friend who got pretty drunk and slept with a girl who was most likely blackout drunk as well. In the morning, she cried rape and claimed that he had raped her. Now, she was far too drunk to realize that she had propositioned him with witnesses in the room, so of course she was laughed out of the room being shamed as a slut, and I believe moved soon there after.

I was just curious about how people would feel about the other way around.
User avatar #156 - ilovemyguns (11/11/2014) [-]
That you should stop hanging out at gay bars, faggot.
User avatar #157 - thecharliesheen (11/11/2014) [-]
While I appreciate the sentiment, I believe you missed the point entirely. Also, do note the fact that gay men aren't forced to remain within the confines of a gay bar.
User avatar #160 - ilovemyguns (11/11/2014) [-]
No, I'm saying that you should stop getting heavily drunk in places where bad situations are not only possible to occur, but are highly likely and well known for. You shouldn't get heavily drunk anywhere but home, with friends you trust. Getting heavily drunk in a bar and getting raped doesn't make it every man's fault, the establishment's fault, or anyone who didn't stop the gay man's fault. It's mutually yours and his fault. Yours for being an idiot, and his for taking advantage.
User avatar #161 - thecharliesheen (11/11/2014) [-]
You do realize that I'm not defending it, right? Personally I think anyone that gets black out drunk anywhere but at home in a safe environment is likely a complete moron. I was just presenting an opposite scenario to read the responses. I think that if someone can't handle their liquor, they really should only be drinking with the closest of friends. I personally had a friend of mine blamed for rape because the girl was plastered out of her mind, luckily she was too fucking drunk to realize that there were other people in the room when she propositioned him (he was equally drunk).
I wasn't by any means making excuses for it, I was simply curious what people might say.
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