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|#71 - Here's a hint: Gary Oak||17 hours ago on Dating Ash||+8|
|#143 - #59: "i\It's the male equivalent" #63: "Nop…||03/07/2014 on Flanders Knows||0|
|#345 - Well, when 51% of a country still believes what you're doing i… [+] (1 new reply)||03/07/2014 on YOU'RE WITH US OR AGAINST US||+1|
|#140 - Ok, so stop saying it doesn't exist then. [+] (2 new replies)||03/07/2014 on Flanders Knows||0|
|#136 - Well, if you were to do so, you'd find that there's a particul… [+] (4 new replies)||03/07/2014 on Flanders Knows||0|
|#59 - It's the male equivalent. [+] (14 new replies)||03/06/2014 on Flanders Knows||0|
|#54 - While the female ****** may indeed be a myth, the… [+] (41 new replies)||03/06/2014 on Flanders Knows||0|
#71 - wliia (03/06/2014) [-]
The miscommunication issue is on your end then. Like, I know this may be a new concept for you, but sometimes one word has multiple meanings.
For example, "bow" may refer to the front a ship, or a long ranged weapon. When people talk about the "bow of the ship" they aren't trying to tell you that the bow is equipped with medieval weaponry.
#75 - wliia (03/06/2014) [-]
You're the one misusing the word, not us. Everyone else seems to understand perfectly, which is what language is. In case you didn't know, language changes. People start using words for new things and change the meanings of words. Try reading a book in old english, you'll probably notice that you don't understand a vast majority of the words in there.
#85 - wliia (03/06/2014) [-]
That's because that's not typically where the word is used. I'm not following your logic at all. Just because something isn't mentioned by a medical book doesn't mean it doesn't exist.
"I've NEVER EVER read a medical book use the word sock, therefore socks don't exist"
Do you see how you're sounding a little ridiculous?
#93 - wliia (03/06/2014) [-]
Yes, and it is mentioned all the time. Either under the name "prostate" by medical professionals, or by the name "G-spot" when talking about masturbation.
Like, here's an even better example:
A man walks up to you and tries to tell you "Dicks do not exist"
You're like "What? Of course they do?"
He response "NO! I've never read the word dick in a medical book before!"
You're like "Um, they probably called it a penis there. Same thing"
He tells you "NO! Dicks are just a myth! Penises are real, dicks are not."
#106 - wliia (03/06/2014) [-]
Funnyjunk not letting me reply to your last comment, so I'll respond here.
Yes, that's understandable, the thing is that people have been using the term for multiple things. I explained with earlier with the "bow" example.
The G-spot is a thing, and its the prostate. Its another name for the prostate, and its accepted by everyone. You may not like the word because it has another meaning in women, but that doesn't mean that it doesn't exist.
#103 - seras (03/06/2014) [-]
Yeah, okay, but the G-Spot defines something different. Gräfenberg was a Gynaecologist. He said he found it on a woman. That's the thing. The prostate was found decades before that. And yes, I understand that some guys appearently like having it stimulated. I'm not one of them.
However, the G-Spot is, like I said, supposed to be in a womans body.
|#4 - You could replace it by growi… [+] (1 new reply)||03/06/2014 on Just taking a break||+8|
|#248 - Here's the thing: Yeah, denotatively speaking, it means th…||03/06/2014 on some people . . . .||0|
|#106 - That's about the only way I've seen it used. [+] (1 new reply)||03/06/2014 on some people . . . .||+1|
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