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/b/ is infested with some of the dumbest people I've ever met. I don't think they understand that pretending to be an idiot for a very long time actually has a negative effect on your mind. Also living in denial about their porn addiction doesn't help their case.
I legit thought for a long time that Double D was a girl
Man, some people are just killjoys 100% of the time, aren't they?
I'm afraid so. And I'm related to some of them.
also people find the blond haired Kanker sister cute,and I'm like wtf everyone knows its the either the blue haired one or the ginger one
May is the best Kanker. I wish Lee had fans. It's always just May and Marie to people.
I sometimes wonder if people on purpose make it as hard as possible for me to be nice and respectful.
A typical Sekiro playthrough.
Why is it so easy for common people to make these casual, insulting, deragotary... whatever terms, jokes about feminists.
How are people so conditioned to mock, make fun of and hate feminists? Just saying you're a feminist invites trouble by default. Everywhere I see, it's always something about wahmen or feminists and more.
But then why ask, this is the internet.
Edited by Dhiruxide on Feb 10th 2020 at 5:45:24 PM
Because they can't look for fun stuff to divert their attention. Instead of struggling with an issue already having a solution, maybe just play some video games they enjoy, or build some model kits, or visit a grassland or a forest or something.
I wish I can stop my Attention Whore tendencies for good and be honest to myself and the others.
Edited by Mhazard on Feb 11th 2020 at 12:53:40 AM
I don't know why people are willing to defend someone who says insensitive jokes all the time and not even fucking realize how insensitive they are.
Writing about swimming in the Aegean Sea is making me wish I was swimming in the ocean right now.
I also feel quite tempted to eat dinner at Ted's Montana Grill for some reason. ^_^;;
How nice it must be, to act without reservation or regret.
You put the consequences out of your mind and just do it, and then it gets done.
You're gonna tell us the story behind that one?
Bought a badass official D&D young blue dragon miniature today. It's gonna be fun to paint.
Imagine if we had VR so advanced, it's like a neural plug where you transfer your consciousness.
So the first thing I'd do if I was in the game but my dormant, physical body was in real space, is enter an Unreal Tournament match with Instagib on and get to experience what being gibbed is like. It'd hurt, I'd be dead, then I get revived.
That'd be one of the coolest and scariest things ever. I am safe, in one piece IRL, while I get atomized repeatedly in the game where my consciousness is in
My heart is aflutter. I didn't think anybody would actually want to hear a story I told without getting paid for it. -swoons-
More seriously though, thank you. What I'm talking about is a certain future career plan that would require money, commitment, and preferably a change in the political landscape.
But in the absence of the last one and a lucky gain of the first two, I'm trying to consider if it's worth my effort, to alter my typical habits to something I currently really want to do, but don't know if I'll end up enjoying.
Thus, my reticence.
I don't understand why people say 'DM me' (direct message) when they mean PM (private message) its the same thing really
x2 You could always try to get a different job and start saving money.
No, for real, the best way to get money is figuring out how to spend it, there's boatloads of people teaching financial education all over the internet, you should try checking a few of them out.
I know. I just worry I'll lose interest before anything can really change.
Would feel so terrible...
Who would Lina* one of my OCs, also my current profile picture kin?
I forget sometimes that not a lot of people understand that concept. I retract my question.
This random thought just occurred to me. Would mammoths and mastodons be considered a good example of convergent or parallel evolution?
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