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 No.881640[Last 50 Posts]

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flamboyant homosex thread~

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>>881640
Welcome back to the gay side

For about 5 minutes

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>>881680
N- n- no homo

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>>881690
gay
>>881696
so homo~

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>>881761
Is that a gril or a buoy?

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>>881778
It's a chick.

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>>881640
For the purposes of this board, I am asexual, but will admit I belong more in this thread than the other.

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>>881861
Cross reference: >>881870

 No.881958

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>>881893
Hello, a lost pony.  How have you been?

>>881901
>act and talk the part
Hmm...people sometimes say I'm a tomboy.  I'm not sure I like it because underneath it implies math, computers, science, and modest dress are boy things, and I know if I flat out said, 'Science is only for boys,' people'd get upset, so why imply it in calling me a tomboy?  Anyway.  Suppose my act is somewhere in the middle, depending on how you think of how genders are suppose to act.

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>>881958

Doing as well as can be expected I suppose.

How are you doing?

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>>881958
You're running into the issue of things being "traditionally" masculine or feminine versus being "exclusively" masculine or feminine. "Traditionally" means that they are interests and activities that historically have been practiced more by one gender than the other. "Tomboy" just means "a girl who enjoys traditionally masculine activities." I think girls are lucky because they HAVE this term to describe it. A girl who likes traditionally masculine things. No such term exists for the opposite, a boy who likes traditionally feminine things. Except maybe "faggot", but tell me that isn't way more negative than "tomboy".

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>>881958
>>882022
I consider "tomboy" to be a somewhat outdated term, because it's become far more acceptable for girls to be masculine. I considered myself one during primary school, but as I got older, the line between what was femmine about me and what was masculine about me became more fuzzy.

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I just went to a local kink social.  Does that count?

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>>882070
Was homosexuality involved in any way?

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>>882181  in the case of some of the attendees, yes

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>>882185
Did they let it show?

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>>882187  It was just conversation since it was a social event.  The next party is in 2 weeks.

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It's gay here!

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>>882194
Darn! I was hoping for some hardcore bump 'n' grind action. What usually goes on in these kink socials?

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>>882022
Hey Manley what do you think of these things?

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>>882197  we just met at a pool hall to chill, drink some beers, eat, and get to know each other.  I believe this would classify as a munch.  the flogging etc. takes place at the parties.

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>>882199
"Munch"? Does that mean "meeting lunch"? Anyway, I like the sound of those parties! Is it just BDSM, or are there other kinks involved as well?

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>>882202  basically a casual/vanilla meetup to vet people, usually over food.
I've only ever been to one 'play' event (not sure I can call it a party, exactly) so my experience with them is limited.  this would be my second assuming I go.
it's whatever people want to do as consenting adults, and given the equipment they have available.  in a practical sense, "BDSM" more often than not means "impact", which is unfortunate for me because I'm not into impact.

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>>882210
I think you might need to dumb-down your language a bit, because I'm starting to get confused. By "vet" do you mean fetishist veterans, and by "impact" do you mean the causing of pain?

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>>882218  by vet I mean vetting.  the parties are hosted in private because they don't want random strangers showing up who don't respect the rules, etc., so they meet people at munches first to get to know them.
"impact" is the catch-all for whips, crops, spanking, etc. etc., anything else you can think of along those lines

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I just read one of Boat's posts. Does that count?

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>>882227  depends  :trixie8:

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>>882231
We'll have a munch and see where it goes.

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>>882241  only if you're buying

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>>882245
subaru doesn't deserve Felix's perfection!

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>>882247
So that's why you got into Uber.

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>>882198
I think they're cool, but you can build an arcade machine with a computer inside that plays more games for the same price.

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>>882022
Oh, yes, I hyperboled a bit for emphasis.  But it's still the choice to reinforce or ignore tradition in the present.

>No such term exists for the opposite
Oh, yes, true.  In the human world, boy things are more objectively valued that girl things.  A girl is wise to trade up; a boy foolish to trade down.  Or at least, that's the traditional model.

>>881983
Oh, good.  Sorry I disappear  sometimes for a few days.  I usually reply with my computer, since it's easier with a keyboard.

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>>883347
That might be the motivation behind the idea but it still means that girls get a choice and boys do not.

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>>883347

So how you are is disappearing?

>>883353
I choose tutus! but because you are correct, boys do not get a choice I am forced to hide this from all but those who can't affect my professional life and it sucks.

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>>883353
I don't restrict human choices except when I see they restrict their own through authorities -- I am respectful, after all.  Government authorities in America restrict little based on gender anymore.  >>883993  I guess I know less about the various professional authorities.  In my role as professional scientist, I have no restrictions along gender lines, but I am the authority, and I plan to deviate from other professionals in being more inclusive.

>>883993
>So how you are is disappearing?
I guess that was my answer, partly.

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>>884646
This isn't an issue of government authorities. Why are you obsessed with that? It's about societal expectations.

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>>884647
>Why are you obsessed with that?
Humans grant then enforcement powers.  They have to right to lock humans in cages or execute them.  Seems they are worth minding foremost.

If humans don't enforce social expectations on their kind in any overt way I can detect, I will not try to do it myself, so it matters less to me.

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>>884649
Just because you're ignorant of something doesn't mean it's not a factor for people. I wasn't saying that you enforced social expectations on people. But other people to. Just listen to what >>883993 said. It's kind of a weird example, but yes, his chose to wear feminine clothing is hindered by societal expectations. It is not illegal for him to do it, yet he still hides it because of social factors.

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>>884650
Hmm...OK, social expectations are not enforced by a powerful authority.  They are another kind of justice for the humans, though, since I will not imply immorality in following them.  OK.  I do not think I will be able to reliably tell what social expectations are on my own, but I acknowledge their justice for humans.

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>>884653
Most people don't know what societal expectations are until we break them. Like you and your "tomboy" example.

You are a goofball, you know that?

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>>884654
>don't know what societal expectations are until we break them
I think I may have had that happen.  Everyone suddenly gets upset at you.  They don't say why, but you see that everyone's upset and you should probably go away.  It's startling and has taught me not to trust humans very much because even when things seem to be going good, they can all randomly get upset at you.

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>>884656
But it's not random. You just can't see it because your brain don't work right. And that's not trying to be insulting, you've said you have mental illnesses, right?

Usually, when someone does something that upsets other people, we try to figure out why. "What did I say that was upsetting to you?". We don't get mad at the human race.

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>>884662
I'm not mad, just educated on humans.  I don't hurt people, so if they seem hurt I go away and never come back.

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>>884731
It's possible to unintentionally hurt someone, and the right thing to do is ask them why they are hurt and try to make amends. Just cutting off communication entirely will probably hurt them even more than the initial offense, and makes you look like an asshole.  

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>>884656
I think Manley has a good point here: >>884734

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>>884734

Wow! It's the first thing that Manley has ever said that makes sense! Maybe there is hope for him afterall ~

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>>884734
Nobody deserves to be hurt.  Healing can start after removal from the source of trauma.

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>>884998
Yeah, but the source of the trauma isn't YOU. It's the misunderstanding. People upset each other all the time. We say things out of emotion, or things we don't realize is upsetting to another person. Human beings understand this, so it is more important to us that the other person acknowledge that what they said or did hurt us, explain they didn't intend to hurt us and apologize.

Let's say hypothetically I was friends with you, and you said something that upset me. I came and told you "what you said upset me" and you just stopped talking to completely. You know what that says to me? That you didn't care. You didn't care what you said was hurtful or about my feelings. It may not actually be the truth about how you feel, but it's what I'm forced to assume given your actions. The fact that you think this is an OK thing to do really makes me question how much of this is an act, because I'm finding it hard to believe anyone could be this detached from the human condition after living on the Earth for 28-33 years.

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>>884731
>>884998
It's lost hope here. Sweetiepie.
They are a tad bit oversensitive.

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>>885122
Actually, most people are agreeing with me >>884956
>>884788

It's unfair to call me "oversensitive" when you lied and manipulated me for no reason.

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>>885123
"They" implies "lots of people" in this case, not just you.

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>>885126
I linked you to two other examples. What are you even doing in here? Just telling someone I'm "oversensitive", because YOU did something terrible to me? You have no right to say that to someone based our our circumstance, because, again, you told me lies and manipulated me for no reason and I reacted as anyone would to that.

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>>885127
No one is talking about anything like that, what. Get such ideas out of your head.
I'm just saying Flower is right and you and the people who agree with you are sensitive.

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>>885128
So you think that if you unintentionally hurt someone, the best thing to do is not to apologize and try to do better, but to just cut them from your life?

Have you been diagnosed with sociopathy?

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>>885131
If you get hurt by someone not actively trying to hurt you, then that's all on you. (Open ad-hominem) You probably agree with me. It's not like you control yourself to not offend anyone. (/Ad-hominem)

Using your own ad-hominem tactics.

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>>885127
Seems im late to the party here but i'll wade in for a few minutes, and participate.

I thought iara was referring to Flower here:
>>885122

In regards to going away when there is unexplained hurt.

I too have experienced unexplained hurt, as you are familiar with, Manley.  Often whatever theory i can imagine to explain things is far from the social reality and often others aren't very willing to help me find an understanding without a lot more hurt to all parties.  Eventually, at high cost to all i muddle through and learn.

I don't think avoiding this escalation >>884656 by >>884998
is hard to understand, though this mechanism leaves one vulnerable to further repeated hurt due to not finding an understanding, as well as the short-term loss of socialization.

a lost pony brings some social equity to the table which is somehow sufficient to balance the cost of this process, to some.  Or so it seems.  Regardless, it is a painful process to work through that is costly, in the long term, to avoid in the short term.

>>885127
What did iara do to you?  Was this recent or some old thing?

>>885132
That misinformation rather explains your willingness to be nonchalantly rude.  It is a false belief, that you bear no responsibility in another's being hurt by words not intended, because you are liable for your careless negligence.

That you now post here demonstrates your desire to socialize with the denizens of this site, and while your observation is true, that Mr. Manley has in fact caused hurt without intention, it is a false conclusion that his sharing what he has learned constitutes ad hominem (or hypocrisy which i suspect is more what you meant to accuse him of).

We are all striving to improve our social interaction.  At least, we should so strive.  It's how we grow.  Why else are we here together?

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>>885133
>that his sharing what he has learned constitutes ad hominem (or hypocrisy which i suspect is more what you meant to accuse him of).

The ad hominem was here:
"Have you been diagnosed with sociopathy?"

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>>885132
Um... no? Someone can be hurt by something when the other person had no intention of hurting them. Because they might have spoken out of emotion, or they might have been ignorant of why it's hurtful. To say that "it's on them" shows a lack of empathy, which is why I asked if you had sociopathic tendencies.

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>>885134
Your statement that you bear zero responsibility for harm you may cause inadvertently makes it a legitimate question.

If you smash your car into an old lady unintentionally, are you responsible for her injury?  Of course you are.  So why are you not responsible for hurt your words cause, inadvertently or otherwise?

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>>885133
I met Iara before she came to this site, on the pokemon board of 4chan during the brief period of my life I was suicidal enough to post there. Iara kept that fact that she was trans a secret from me, and never actually told me directly. I had to find out from other sources. They would have kept right on with the lies of omission had I not.  We had several sexually explicit conversations I would not have had with them if I had known. They also sent me pictures that were cropped in such a way to keep the fact they were trans a secret that I would not have accepted had I known. Then she got angry and lashed out at me when I got upset by that. So you know, basically the interaction I've had with most trans people.

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>>885139
I'm well over that. The only one who keeps bringing all of that up is you. I thought we both managed to get over it? Apparently not because you bring it over and over and over.
Jeez, get a hint and stop it.

>>885137
>Someone can be hurt by something when the other person had no intention of hurting them
They can. But it's not the other persons responsibility to tap-dance for them. Example given: Just like how you made it no secret you were angry at me. I stopped messaging you after that, yet you keep bringing it up. Talk about lack of empathy.

>>885138
That's different. That has actual physical repercusions and could very well end with someone's life. I know society is all about "words hurt too!" but that's not comparable to a damn car crash.

 No.885143

>>885139

I see.

I think it's time you review those experiences and try to transcend your own hurt and look to understand why such people act as they do.

They are forced to hide their self-perceived gender in real life, and have a desperate need to interact as that gender.  If they have hurt you by doing so, try to empathize with their reasons and assume that they did so negligently but not intentionally.

Im sorry for your pain.

 No.885144

>>885141
You got over it because YOU didn't get hurt, and apparently you think if your actions or words hurt someone else then that's only their problem.

>>885143
None of that makes it right. I know that it IS partially my fault. I allow conversations and interactions like that to happen because I'm an ugly loser who can't get a real girlfriend, so I'm desperate for affection. And like I said, that was at a very low point in my life. I try hard not to do things like that anymore. But at the same time, that doesn't make it right for people to exploit my vulnerability and loneliness for their own gain. That's still wrong, even if I'm doing something I know I shouldn't be.

 No.885145

>>885141

You are wrong.  Its the same.

The suicide rate in the US is so high right now that the average life expectancy has plummeted.

Words hurt, even fatally.  If you refuse to understand that, you are not going to attract the mate that you want and you're never going to share a life with anyone.

 No.885147

>>885144
I think you need to give yourself a break.

They didn't exploit you because you're a loser.  They interacted with you because you're not a loser.  Things you've said itt prove that you are growing, and those experiences are part of why.  If you lighten up on yourself as well as them, you can find the good in those interactions and become the person you want to be, the person worthy of the mate you want.

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>>885144
Maybe it was a low point in my life too. Ever think about that? Nah you don't because I wronged you..
Despite what you might think, I'm not out there to offend you with everything I say. If you never replied to me, I would not care at all and never say anything to you either. But it's your desire to antagonize people that keeps you going. Stop that. You are your biggest enemy here, thinking everything I say is an attack to you.

>>885145
Words hurt only when it's convenient for people. But when I say anything offends me, no one gives a damn.
Yeah, fuck off with those dumb double standards. I'll start caring when people care about what I have to say.

 No.885153

>>885149
I did ask Manley, he didn't just go into it out of the blue.

I know its tough for you too.  Manley will figure that out, in good time.  

>I'll start caring when people care
That means, no one reaches out and nothing will ever improve.

Doing the same exact thing and expecting a different result is insanity.

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>>885153
>I did ask Manley, he didn't just go into it out of the blue.
No no. I don't mean right now. I mean every time.
He always talks about me "abusing him" (Even tho, back then, I was nothing but nice to him)

>That means, no one reaches out and nothing will ever improve.
Meh yeah.


>Doing the same exact thing and expecting a different result is insanity.
Nice movie quote. 10/10

 No.885157

>>885139
That's not a lie.  A lie is a false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive.  The most that you can truthfully say is that she deliberately deceived by withholding information.

>>885145
>Words hurt, even fatally.
Only things like falsely shouting "fire!" in a crowded theater or inciting a riot or things like that.  Manley had to choose to get hurt by Iara's words.  Someone else could very well have not been hurt at all by them.

 No.885158

>>885157
A lie of omission is still a lie.

>>885157
People don't choose to get hurt emotionally.

 No.885159

>>885158
>A lie of omission is still a lie.
It's not a lie if there was no false statement.

 No.885160

>>885159
Except "lying by omission" is a real concept and phrase. https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Lying_by_omission

 No.885162

>>885157
I get hurt by things people say all the time, and it can be hard to understand they didn't mean to hurt me.  So no, you are wrong.

>>885158
Sometimes though, you can choose to get un-hurt.

Iara didn't deliberately hurt you and even though she's a bit of a butthead over it right now probably due to frustration, if you forgive you will feel better.

Forgiveness is as much for you as the other person.  Try and give up your baggage.

I gotta run to work.

 No.885164

>>885159
>>885160
ok heres where it all falls flat becauuse you guys will be going at this for hours.
at this point this is perspective, because through her eyes shes not lieing because she is a girl but through  manily eyes he thinks another reason.

problem here is she did lie but didn't really... you know what never mind.
Lets just all forget and start over.

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>>885155
>movie quote

Pretty sure Celestia said it originally.

 No.885167

>>885160
If you just say "lie" without qualifying that it's a 'lie by omission', then you are the one lying.  If you say "she lied by omission" then would be okay, because you're making it clear that you're not using the word "lie" completely literally.  It's kinda like how "You killed people in a video game" doesn't entail "You killed people".

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>>885164
Oh make no mistake. I am to blame. I acted poorly and wrong. But here's the catch: As soon as he realized, I apologized and explained why I did what I did to him, hoping he would understand... He did not care and was more focused on his rage and that "I used him". Logically I tried to cut him off of my life to avoid each other problems. But he's still around. I do not control where we find each other and the world is a small place.

 No.885170

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>>885169
And want to know something? I felt offended. Yeah, I said it. I got offended. Big whoopie doo.
But I'm willing to forget all that.

 No.885171

>>885167
in >>885139 the only time I used the word "lie" was part of the phrase "lies of omission". So now I know you're just being pedantic and didn't actually read it.

 No.885174

>>885171
But earlier in the thread (>>885123) you said "lied" without qualification.

 No.885176

>>885174
And then I qualified it later when someone asked me to.

 No.885177

>>885169
>>885170
Ah  that explains it all, thank you. so at that point he has a problem with letting the past go.

 No.885178

>>885169
Yeah, but that's the thing, isn't it. You never actually told me. I found out, and then you tried to explain yourself. But you never felt the need to tell me and you never would have had I not found out.

>>885170
You had no reason to be offended. I'm pretty sure I told you I wasn't pansexual. I would have been fine with continuing our friendship, but because I am not pansexual there are things I would not have done had I known.

 No.885192

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>>885178
>You had no reason to be offended.
The joke tells itself.

 No.885193

>>885192
What joke?

 No.885195

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 No.885198

>>885195
I was trying to help Flower. I get the feeling she doesn't know how to interact with people very well.

 No.885330

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>>885113
If I could be establish safe, and it were agreeable, I would not need to leave.

>>885133
Yes, I think you understand mostly.  It is not moods, but models.  I can not cease to be logical or cease to use models.  I can change the models by troubleshooting the underlying parts but it takes attention most are unwilling or unable to give.  An angry human is unlikely to understand or help, so leaving is simplest.

>>885122
This is a connection of human empathy, I think.  Humans can read the intent in others.  I'm aware this works for human authorities who help the humans through empathy and are therefore tolerated.  Suppose it could work with individuals, but I would want more ideas about when and where.

>>885139
Hmm...insufficient-genital-details hurting.   Political issue, I think.  In political issues, truth depends on associated political party, and the issue of transgenderism is evolving for both parties.

 No.885333

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>>885330
Flower, are you a reptilian or what.
Your way of talking sounds so robotic.

 No.885337

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>>885333
My body seems close to human, although I'm not a doctor.  Something is different about my mind, so I don't think I quite count as human.  From the human perspective, I have mental diseases, but I seem pretty capable in some domains, so I don't care for the humans thinking I'm diseased, and not being human, I can create better ideas about myself.

 No.885339

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>>885337
You can very well be disabled but still be capable on other things. Being disabled isn't equal to be braindead.

 No.885340

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>>885339
It's a negative judgment in any case.  Were there effective treatments, the diagnosis might be useful in referring me to get fixed, but I know of no fix, so the negativity has no purpose.

 No.885341

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>>885340
You go girl. Show the world you are much better tan them.

 No.885342

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>>885341  Why is Manley mad at you?

 No.885343

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>>885342
You can read that above.
I for one don't wanna beat a dead horse. A dead pony? Maybe. But not a dead horse.

 No.885344

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>>885341
Oh, thank you, Iara!  :)  I want to keep perspective, though.  I'm better at understanding how my kind differ from humans -- better at understanding my mind, I guess -- but want to respect the humans as much as possible since only they know what it's like to be more fully a human.

 No.885345

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>>885343  I see

 No.885346

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>>885345
Spell it with me: A-w-k-w-a-r-d

>>885344
Just because you are "disabled" in a way, it doesn't means you aren't human or are anything less than other humans.
For all we know, you might truly be superior in so many fields. And so far it does seem like you are a cool gal. Except for the Fluttershy-posting: Literally EVERY pony fan posts Fluttershy.

 No.885348

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>>885346  yeah, no kidding

 No.885349

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>>885348
It's OK. No worries. I'm trying to remove all the past cringe of my life. And there is TONS of it.

 No.885389

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>>885346
>Literally EVERY pony fan posts Fluttershy.
Everyone likes best pony!  Yay!

The other person I talk to here that posts Fluttershy is Moony.   I do illustrated notes and quotes from books I read, and currently mostly grab art from the internet but I'd like to transition into making my own art (partly because I don't really ask permission from the artists).  But anyway, if I started making my own art, I could transition away from Fluttershy probably.

 No.885392

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>>885389
>Everyone likes best pony!  Yay!
The best one is Diamond Tiara tho. Her colour aesthetics are so pleasing.

>The other person I talk to here that posts Fluttershy is Moony.
Everyone else should be forbidden of posting Fluttershy at this point. It has been his' for over 7 years.

>But anyway, if I started making my own art, I could transition away from Fluttershy probably.
Oh woow lol. I wish I could do my own art. I just post random images of my favourite characters and call it a day. It's not gonna get any better in my department. But good that you have dreams, Flowey.

 No.885396

>>885392

Moony likes others to post his pony.  

 No.885399

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>>885396
I know he doesn't minds. But I like the "one avatar per person" limit and he came first.

 No.885405

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>>885392
Moony probably predates me and is certainly more active.  I think I could claim at least six years of Fluttershy posting on image boards, although with some breaks.

>>885399
Guess I'd just have to get rid of Moony then.

 No.885406

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>>885405
Yo, real talk. You are the only chump so far that I actually like in this forsaken website.

You remind me to the deadpan anime girls that appear to be sleepy all the time, but are savage.

 No.885413

>>885139
Jesus, Manley.  Can't you forgive and forget?  Let the past be the past.

 No.885414

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>>885406
Not a lot I'd really fight about.  But a few things.  Maybe loyalty to yellow-quiet is one of them, even though it seems silly when you step back from it.

I don't think I'm as exciting as you hope I'll be...

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>>885414
I'm a firm believe of "pony = cringe" but more power to you, pal.

Don't get all insecure now. Whatever happened by being better than what people think of you?

 No.885416

>>885415
>pony=cringe
Why are you here then?

 No.885417

>>885416
Well tbh, exactly zero (0) of the threads on the front page are about ponies.

 No.885419

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>>885416
Besides the pony avatars, not much pony-talk is going on here.

 No.885421

>>885417
I don't deny that we've moved away from the show. But it is still ponyville.us, with many many posters avataring as ponies, discussion still tends to be about similar 'cringe' things. I haven't seen much of the show recently either, but I'm happy to interact with those that do. It would seem to me that if you're embarrassed to even be rubbing shoulders with people who like my little pony, this isn't really the place you either seek out or participate in.

I welcome all to come here, but you can either be 'too cool to post on this site' or post on this site. You can't really be both. Not without me laughing really hard anyway.

 No.885423

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>>885421
I asked this when I came here and people said it was all right and that ponies are basically ignored.
I value the opinions of the majority, rather than the complains of a single person.

>Not without me laughing really hard anyway.
You aren't the only one laughing.

 No.885425

>>885423
OK, but why continue to complain "pony = cringe"?  For what purpose?  People who are here are at a minimum okay with people posting with pony avatars.  It's not nice to yell "cringe" at people.

 No.885431

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>>885425
I only said it once, today. When it was related.

For what purpose? Because it was related to the conversation I was having.

 No.885487

>>885342
See >>885139 and >>885144.

>>885413
I didn't deserve to be deceived. I didn't do anything wrong. I'm done talking about this, but don't tell me to "forgive and forget" when you don't know anything about it.

 No.885488

>>885330
All you have to do is apologize for hurting people and listen to what they have to say. You're not inherently unsafe, even if you are a nutbar.  

 No.885545

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>>885425

I say, make her cringe!

 No.885554

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>>885425
aw, don't let her get to you anon. if you wanna post ponies, post them. You let some random person stop you from liking what you do.

 No.885557

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>>885554
>>885545
>>885425
yeah! post ponies and enjoy them!

foster an environment that knows love and celebrates those things that bring us joy!

and ponies bring you, bring me, and bring lots of people happiness!

if somebody thinks that is cringy, then that is their lost and i feel ultimately sorry for them

 No.885572

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>>885415
Well, I'm not sure what it means to fight for something imaginary.  In a certain sense most organized fighting is for imagined things such as nationhood or freedom.

>pony = cringe
It's deviant, certainly.  For some, perhaps that was and is the point -- rebellion.  Make people cringe.  By now those people have probably moved on to some new fad, though, so for most, the cringe value is a side effect of being weird and having weird interests.

 No.885574

>>885330
it's not really a "political" issue. I'm not even sure what you mean by that, but I'm usually confused by half the stuff you say.

 No.885575

>>885574
Do you require my assistance in protecting you from Iara?

 No.885577

>>885575
What? No, Iara's just a jerk. I don't really need protection. I was just trying to help you understand interacting with people better. Because you seem to kind of suck at it.

 No.885578

>>885577
I think she does perfectly fine.

 No.885579

>>885578
Not if >>884731 is true. Cutting off communication with someone because you upset them is terrible. It's possible to unintentionally hurt someone, and the right thing to do is ask them why they are hurt and try to make amends. Just cutting off communication entirely will probably hurt them even more than the initial offense, and makes you look like an asshole.  

 No.885581

>>885579
She's not perfect no. But neither are we. I like her as she is.

 No.885583

>>885581
Just because no one's perfect doesn't mean people can't improve. Flower says she wants to avoid hurting people. I'm informing her that her methods might inadvertently cause more hurt than it prevents. That's something she should know.

 No.885584

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>>885579
I don't think inaction can hurt people, or if it can, it can't be as much hurting as bad actions.  Plus I saw something on Facebook that means sorry dosen't fix anything.  I think it means go away, don't say sorry since sorry won't fix plates, which means people.

Anyway, just wanted to see if I needed to understand the issue better, but it does not appear to be useful at this time.  I think maybe it's something to do with dating, which I haven't really studied.  I am now learning about Nazis and Jane Austen.

 No.885587

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>>885575
Pffft, haha! You really know how to get 'em, don't you sis.
You should rename yourself to Poisonous Flower.

>>885584
>I think it means go away, don't say sorry since sorry won't fix plates, which means people.
Word. Some people still hold grudges, even if you ask sorry one million times. So there's no point in really trying.

>>885572
You can fight for an idea or an ideal. I bet you do that and don't even notice.

>It's deviant, certainly.  For some, perhaps that was and is the point -- rebellion.  Make people cringe.  By now those people have probably moved on to some new fad, though, so for most, the cringe value is a side effect of being weird and having weird interests.
Couldn't have worded it any better. Are you me?Are you my splitting image?

>>885545
>>885554
>>885557
If you post ponies, someone finds them cringe and you KNOW it to be true... Aren't you in a way doing something to spite someone? Not very love and tolerance from y'all :3

 No.885676

>>885587
>Some people still hold grudges, even if you ask sorry one million times.
Cough, cough, Manley, cough, cough.

>So there's no point in really trying.
For those people.  But some people react positively if you genuinely apologize and try to make amends.

 No.885685

>>885584
But cutting off communication ISN'T inaction. It's making a choice to do something very specific. And you are completely wrong. Words DO hurt, but actions speak louder than words. If you hurt someone, and they tell you that you hurt them and then YOU LEAVE their life, then you are saying to them that you don't care that you hurt them, if that is your intention or not.

Facebook is a TERRIBLE place to get your social interaction information on. Those memes are just excuses for shitty people to be shitty and passive aggressive at each other. A plate doesn't have feelings. It's equating physical damage with someone's inability to forgive someone.

"Sorry doesn't fix it" only applies when the person's apology is disingenuous. When they don't actually feel remorse for their actions and are just saying sorry because it's what they are expected to do. But they still continue the same shitty behavior and being an asshole to people. Cough, cough, Iara, cough, cough. Genuine apologies CAN and DO help when you've upset someone. I know this from experience. You KNOW that I know that from experience. Are you fucking with me? Is this all a joke and you aren't actually insane?

>>885676
You should really keep your mouth shut about things you don't understand.

 No.885763

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>>885587
Nice sophistry there.

First, love and tolerate whether ironic or otherwise is a brony thing not part of pony and i'm no brony, second if everything i do is just to not make you cringe then i can't even take my next breath, so, no.

Second, i forgot my other point.  Pony!!

 No.885769

>>885763
Is this like the furries who say they aren't that because "they aren't on it for the porn"?

 No.885770

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>>885584
Don't believe anything you find on Fbook!

Sorry doesnt fix plates but glue might.  Don't sniff the glue tho, put it on the broken areas and hold the pieces lovingly together until they are whole again.

Remember metaphors always have their limits and if taken literally, only detract from understanding.

Who did you offend anyway, Flower?

 No.885771

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>>885769
I dunno.  Im definitely in it for the porn.

Brony as a fandom seems more interested in worshipping themselves as a fandom in ways that detract from pony itself, for example despising earlier gens of pony.

Im focused on pony itself, not some imaginary entity consisting of a bunch of fakers more interested in themselves than pony.

More, i dont really care if you apply such labels to me because it can only make your conclusions less meaningful.  I love pony.  Period.  Not what people think of me for it.

 No.885772

>>885771
>The image “http://ponyville.us/pony/src/1544393161898.png” cannot be displayed because it contains errors.
Oh, another broken image.

 No.885816

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>>885772
>>885772

Displays fine for me.  Here it is again, it's Gusty with a stern expression.

 No.885838

>>885816
What browser are you using?  The filename ends in ".png", but it's not a valid PNG file.  It appears to be a WebP file.

 No.885842

>>885838
>>885816
For the record, I can't see it either.

 No.885875

>>885838
We had this problem before.  WebP is Google's alteration of the PNG standard to allow better compression.  Some browsers don't support it, so only a portion can see WebP images.  People using Chrome, probably.

 No.885907

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>>885838
>>885842
>>885875

Hmm that explains another image i cudnt see at work on Edge but can with my fone on chrome.

Heres a similar Gusty image then.

 No.885924

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>>885685
>are saying to them that you don't care that you hurt them

Hmm...this is something you feel strongly about. Guess I am thinking I'm more likely in general to be a bother to a human than a help, so I should be quick to leave.  And humans have no trouble leaving me, so it's somewhat about fairness.  I try to respect the human authorities so I am pretty safe, but not all is authorities and sometimes I make errors.

I think my kind can like me for who I am, though.  I hope to find some of those.

>A plate doesn't have feelings.
I question sometimes how much humans have feelings like my kind.  In some ways they are less sensitive, in some ways more.

>you aren't actually insane?

I'm not insane.  I might be if I were human, but I am not human.

>>885763
Ooo...big pony.  Maybe a bit too big.

>>885770
>Remember metaphors always have their limits and if taken literally, only detract from understanding.
Yeah.  I try to take them more literally when people seem upset.  I guess it just means don't say sorry, but fix the human.  Or throw the human away and get a new one.

>Don't believe anything you find on Fbook!

I learn about humans there and from history books.  I don't know where else to learn about humans.  I don't want to be a bother.

 No.885925

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>>885924
You'd be kinda cute if you weren't so crazy.

 No.886087

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>>885924
>I got ignored by Flower
You poopie head. I am offended. You must apologize now. >>885587

 No.886121

>>885875
>WebP is Google's alteration of the PNG standard to allow better compression.
WebP is a completely new format.  It is not based on PNG.

 No.886132

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>>886087
Oh, sorry, Iara.  I should have done a connection maintenance reply even if I didn't have a lot of substance to talk about.  So, hope things are going well for you.

>>886121
The people here have been posting them with the PNG extension.  Something thinks it's a PNG, anyway.

>>885587
>You should rename yourself to Poisonous Flower.

I try to be kind, but opinions of the results vary.

>I bet you do that and don't even notice.

Probably.

 No.886135

>>886132
Most browsers and OSs don't actually care what extension you use. They are able to determine the real format from the meta data and header information.

I think windows is the only real system I know that treats extensions specially.

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 No.886143

>>886132
>The people here have been posting them with the PNG extension.  Something thinks it's a PNG, anyway.
Probably some dumb-ass piece of software just dynamically re-encodes the original file PNG to WebP.  E.g.,
http://example.com/pony.png?fmt=webp
.  Then it will save by default with a PNG extension even if it's a WebP.

Query params are generally dropped from saved image filename.  Try it here: http://ponyville.us/pony/thumb/1544395466550.png?foo=bar

 No.886150

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>>886132
I open myself to you and I get DISREGARD and shrugged off. HOW COULD YOU.
Say you are sorry now because you have hurt me even tho you did not try to.

 No.886230

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>>886150

Fix or replace the broken plate human.

Don't pester my Flower.


>>885924
Das a big pony too.

 No.886258

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>>886143
OK.  Let's see what this does [image is a .jpg].

>>886150
I'm sorry.  I'm usually good at replying in sequence.  I confess a lack of discipline.

>>886230
Oh, yes.  Sometimes big is good, although I think that might be a bit too big to see someone of my size.

 No.886265

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>>885924
>Ooo...big pony
for you

 No.886478

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>>886258
It's ok. I forgive you.
Lost pony called you "his" here >>886230 . Will you allow that? Show some guts.

 No.886588

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>>886265
That's not a big pony, I don't think.  I don't know what that is, though.

>>886478
Thank you for forgiving me.

>Lost pony called you "his" here
Well, I am a free person.  Suppose it is a reminder as I establish that I'm not human, I must also establish that my kind is not a form of property (or for that matter a menace to be exterminated).  I think from a lost pony, it is a term of affection without meaning I am to be forced into subjugation.

 No.886596

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>>886588
You think? As much of a pony-loving freak he is, he is also a male. So whatever you are, you still fall into the female spectrum. And men are all ready to OPPRESS, SUBJUGATE, and SILENCE the female spectrum, causing a silence spiral that will never end.

 No.886600

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>>886596
Flower is a special case. Best not to get into it, unless you wish for needless debate.

They call Lost Pony "a lost pony" because that's how he refers to himself. In the third person.

We're not doing a great job at silencing women since you women still nag and moan constantly.

 No.886603

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Needs more ghey~

 No.886604

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>>886603
So much for deleting your folders.

 No.886605

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>>886600
Uhmmm, sorry LIBTARD but facts do not care about your feelings.

OWNED EPIC STYLE.

>>886603
You aren't gay.
/gatekeeping

 No.886607

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>>886603
Haven't reformated my tower yet.

 No.886609

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>>886605
what am I?

 No.886610

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>>886605
I mean, if you're implying that men are just naturally better than women to so naturally be superior to them then hey, more power to you.

Or, well, less power to you.

 No.886612

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>>886607
I see.

 No.886617

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>>886612
Stonned right now, actually reading that in a monster tone of voice, kinda spooky.

 No.886620

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>>886617
Ian Richardson is a monster tone, hm?

 No.886621

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>>886609
Bi.

>>886610
I'm not. I'm just implying they like oppressing.
Not that they can do it properly nowadays, but they like to.

 No.886623

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>>886621
Humans like oppressing.

It's in their nature.

 No.886626


>>886620
maybe?
>>886621
true dat

 No.886628

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>>886596
>you still fall into the female spectrum.
Yes, I think so.  Some parts of human identity don't interest me, but I don't seem to have dispensed with the female gender completely.  Guess I'm human enough for a gender.

>And men are all ready to OPPRESS, SUBJUGATE, and SILENCE the female spectrum,

I took a feminism class to learn about human gender.  Many words to read.  Most of human history has involved women holding lower levels of political power on average, across cultures.  Even in my first-world country, where authorities will not be identified as being sexist (by respectful humans), a gap continues, and must be explained by females being less inclined toward leadership or less capable when inclined.

 No.886632

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>>886626
Mixed up the voice actors, apologies.

 No.886634

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>>886628
It's OK. I assure you over 50% of males want to fuck any kind of female, and the other 50% wish they were female. You are in the winning team of life.

>I took a feminism class to learn about human gender.  Many words to read.  Most of human history has involved women holding lower levels of political power on average, across cultures.  Even in my first-world country, where authorities will not be identified as being sexist (by respectful humans), a gap continues, and must be explained by females being less inclined toward leadership or less capable when inclined.
That seems like a reasonable concept. Why do people say you are weird, again?

>>886626
So not gay.

>>886623
I love oppressing gamers when I mention that black people used to be cowboys.

 No.886636

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>>886634
Black people used to be pirates too.

 No.886639

>>886636
They still are.

 No.886641

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>>886639
The swashbuckling variety, not the cruise ship variety.

 No.886642

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>>886634
Fine like women too, there.  

 No.886643

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>>886634
>Why do people say you are weird, again?
I seldom feel a sense of belonging to human institutions and am therefore more prone to analyze social order rather than participate.  People will figure it out in any case, but I've taken to making it easier on them by saying I'm not quite human.  

(Aspergers, basically.)

 No.886645

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>>886642
Sorry. A real prancing homo lalala man only likes burly big men. You are not homo enough. I suggest leaving this thread, which is only for the homo-est.

>>886641
Both are equally malnourished.

>>886643
No wonder I like you so much already. I seem to have a penchant for people in the asperger-spectrum.
Wanna know where you belong? Being my buddy-buddy. You can be the brain and I'll be the beauty.

 No.886646

>>886628
Iara is joking, everything she says is her being a troll.

 No.886648

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>>886645
Nah, that's the aids.

>>886646
I mean, the same can be assumed of you on multiple occasions.

 No.886649

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>>886645
I dun wanna.

 No.886651

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>>886648
How could pirates have aids if those were invented in the 80's by homosexuals.

>>886646
>>886649
Your words have offended me. Please, apologise.

 No.886653

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>>886651
Used to scurvy, now it's aids. Keep up.

 No.886654

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>>886651
Your existence offends me. Please stop existing.

 No.886655

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 No.886672

>>886658
Problem is, you've said so many goofy things and then said you were joking and you troll so much it's impossible to actually know if you're being genuine when you say you're upset. >>886651 does not seem genuine when compared to >>886596 and >>886087 from the same thread. Those last two are obviously factious, so why should I assume >>886651 isn't as well? Ever heard of the boy who cried wolf?

 No.886676

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>>886645
>Wanna know where you belong? Being my buddy-buddy. You can be the brain and I'll be the beauty.
OK.  Yay, friends!  :)

I feel the urge to self-efface, but I'll let you discover how boring I am in your own time, I think.

 No.886681

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>>886676
The more you force yourself to seem uninteresting, the more modest it makes you seem. So all cool so far with me.

>>886653
They could just shove an orange down there and fix it. That's how you kill scurvy, right?

>>886655
Sorry. Unless you never like women again, you cannot call yourself flamboyant homo. It's the rules.

>>886672
Actually you hit the nail on the head but I'll still troll you.

 No.886683

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>>886681
Hmm, I am more of a bottom....

 No.886684

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>>886681
>An orange
>On a 3 month voyage in the Atlantic

 No.886685

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>>886681
Which is why your existence offends me. I hate trolls.

>>886676
You'd be kinda hot if you werent so crazy.

 No.886687

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>>886683
Nope. You want to be with Asian girls.

>>886684
Just PLANT THEM.

>>886685
Sad.

>You'd be kinda hot if you were so crazy.
Double sad.

Are you (>>886676) gonna let the inspiration for the Simpsons' Comic Guy talk to you like that, Flower? Don't!

 No.886689

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>>886687
I'll tell you were to plant it.

 No.886690

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>>886685
>You'd be kinda hot if you were so crazy.

So, you like the "crazy" ones now?

 No.886691

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>>886690
An act of desperation to want to stick your dick in crazy.

 No.886692

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>>886687
still, like it up the butt more than the other way around >_<

 No.886693

>>886687
The Comic Book Guy was introduced when I was 6 years old, and he's also a harmful stereotype. Also, talk to her like what? I complimented her.

>>886690
My dad taught me never stick it in crazy.

 No.886694

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>>886690
>>886691
'Standards'? What are those? A new kind of pepsi? A funny epic tiktok meme? Surely something I do not know!

>>886689
So tell me, then.

>>886692
But you like it the other way around, huh?
There are far too many girly ones online. It's ok to be manly.

 No.886695

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>>886694
>I have no standards
Must be why you loved Mein for so long.

>So tell me, then.
Up your butt.

 No.886697

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>>886685
honestly she seems more cute than crazy.

 No.886698

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>>886691
>>886693
>>886694

I don't mind others' preferences.

>>886695
>Must be why you loved Mein for so long.

Huh...

 No.886699

>>886697
Then YOU haven't been paying attention like I have!

 No.886700

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 No.886701

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>>886695
>Must be why you loved Mein for so long.
I was pretending to be Manley! Jeez.

>Up your butt.
My butt has no scurvy.

>>886693
>I complimented her.
Oh yeah. Such a nice guy. All you said was "you are hot". What kind of compliment is that? It's akin to what cartoon builders would yell to passing ladies.

>and he's also a harmful stereotype.
Harmful stereotype to who? Nerds?

>>886699
Now THAT is creepy.
Epic from EPIC GAMES.

 No.886704

>>886700

Good evening ^_^

 No.886705

>>886701
If "nerd" is the word you want to use. But to people who like comic books and science fiction. It portrays anyone who does as not only fat and unflattering, but also as surly and sarcastic.

 No.886707

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>>886701
Manley didn't love Mein.

>My but has no curvy
Not a shapely butt huh? Sorry to hear.

>>886704
Evening.

 No.886708

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>>886705
You probably think Apu was racist so let's just cut it here.

Still creepy with all your nonchalant flirting to Flower tho.

>>886707
"I do not know how to read properly" - You, circa 2015-2018

 No.886711

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>>886707

Wait... are you the same anon who used to post as the death long time ago?

 No.886712

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>>886708
I could certainly have gone with how your ass lacks any vitamin C, and refereed to cock if you really insist.

 No.886713

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 No.886714

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>>886713

I thought you were gone forever!

 No.886715

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>>886712
I did not say any of those tho >:(

 No.886717

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>>886714
I never left.

>>886715
Scurvy results in a lack of Vitamin C.

 No.886718

>>886708
Apu is a stereotypical caricature of a certain ethnicity. Arguing over the definition of the word "racist" is missing the point of discussing that fact.

 No.886721

>>886717

Silly me, I guess...

 No.886722

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>>886721
I forgive your silliness.

 No.886723

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>>886718
Ignore that jeez!
Focus on your being an absolute creep.For someone advocating for social justice with fictional characters, you really have no tact when interacting with actual women.

>>886717
Cock does not has vitamin C.

 No.886725

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>>886723
That's what the C stands for.

 No.886726

>>886723
I'm pretty sure Flower is aromantic or asexual or a... crazy person, so it doesn't matter if I'm creepy to her. She gets that I'm joking.

 No.886727

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>>886722

So... can you grand me another 90  years of life?

 No.886728

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>>886726
When I'm "trolling" you, I'm "joking". Does that makes it correct?

>so it doesn't matter if I'm creepy to her
So you ACTUALLY realize you are being a creeper.

>>886725
That's the D.

 No.886729

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>>886726

Manley, don't you think that assuming that someone is actually crazy is a bit mean?

 No.886730

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>>886727
Sure.

>>886728
Vitamin D comes from Sunny D you dunce.

 No.886731

>>886728
Doesn't stop you from doing it. And yeah, I'm not being serious. I mean, she might actually be kinda cute, but I wouldn't know that.

>>886729
I'm not assuming. Flower admits to having mental illnesses. I'm not just making things up, that would be mean.

 No.886732

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>>886730

Thank you ^_^

 No.886733

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>>886729
"Nah. She's crazy so it's a free pass for me to be creepy" - Manley.

>>886731
Such class. The perfect bachelor, and such a gentleman.
"I'm not being serious so I'll continue to be a total creeper to this girl. She's is crazy so she doesn't minds. So hot... MMmmmm" - You.

 No.886734

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>>886731
The truth can also be mean, depending on how you say it.

>>886732
Don't regret it.

 No.886736

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>>886734

Aw, wait...

What if I turn out living miserably?
:c

>>886733

Hm.... being creepy is creepy..

 No.886738

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 No.886740

>>886738

Huh?

:c

 No.886741

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>>886740
Enjoy.

 No.886742

>>886733
What's wrong with that? If I looked like Brad Pitt, no one would mind me saying those things.

 No.886744

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>>886742
Might shock you, but attractive people don't get away with as much as you think.

Brad Pitt would get away with shit because he's rich and famous.

Not just attractive.

 No.886746

>>886741

... this creeps me out a bit, but okey.

 No.886748

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>>886746
Here's a movie to lighten the mood.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaOHaBaKq-8

 No.886755

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>>886742
Yes we would.  

And precisely because you don't look like Brad Pitt, you should shut up, shouldn't you?. So why do you insist on saying those things when at least two people have told you how creepy it is. Or do you wanna keep on being creepy? Is that your idea of social justice?

 No.886758

>>886755
>And precisely because you don't look like Brad Pitt, you should shut up, shouldn't you?

What does that mean? And the one person who should be telling me it creeps them out hasn't. I can't take anything YOU say seriously because you're a troll. And the other guy is just making observations. But if Flower tells me to stop, I will.

 No.886759

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>>886758
"Sexual harassment is awwright" - You

 No.886762

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>>886694
Nuuuu!!  I dun waaanaaa ;_;

 No.886763

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Fleur wants a girlfriend so he can wear her clothes.

 No.886764

>>886759
I don't think you know what the phrase means.

 No.886765

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>>886763
>>886762
Killing two birds with one stone.
Killing two slugs with one grain of salt.

 No.886767

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>>886765
Funny thing is, if he gets an Asian girlfriend, odds are his ass will be bigger than hers.

 No.886768

>>886748

Thanks!
It looks good...

c:

 No.886769

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>>886763
that too, want panties that hug my butt.
>>886765
wah?
>>886767
and more bubbly.

 No.886770

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>>886768
Enjoy.

>>886769
So buy some.

Bubbly as in happy?

 No.886771

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>>886770
hel, happy butt.  Naa, bubbly as in bubble butt.

 No.886772

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>>886771
Probably.

 No.886773

>>886771

Hi, fleur.

 No.886774

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 No.886777

>>886774

How are you?

c:

 No.886778

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Would soo steal a GF's clothes, teehee~

Hai hisp, I'm meh, u?

 No.886800


 No.886841

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I'm at work, so will be brief.  I am crazy, I suppose, from the perspective of a human uneducated on my kind.  I sorta have to accept this perspective as common in humans, but I'll try to provide better ideas.  In the same vein, humans seem crazy to me were I not to accept humans have different needs than I do.

OK, have to clock in now.  Have a nice night, ponies!  :)

 No.886845

>>886841

have a good Night ^_^

 No.886850

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>>886777
high, u?

 No.886854

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>>886841
Cool but don't forget to tell guys to stop being creepy. See you later.

 No.886855

>>886850

about to go to bed

 No.886858

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>>886855
c-can I come?

 No.886861


 No.886863

>>886858

if you want.


>passes out

 No.886867

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>>886863
Sneaks into bed with u~ :333

 No.886876

>>886867

you can be kute.

 No.886877

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>>886876
u too snuggybuns~

 No.886879

>>886877
heh

>pats

 No.886880

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 No.886882

>>886880

fleur, i am sleepy.

<3

 No.886888

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>>886882
*nuzzle wuzzle

 No.886889


 No.886932

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teehee

 No.886986

>>886800
Dang its hella steeper when you're actually halfway up it than it looks from the ground

 No.887312

>>886986
Unless he paid the authorities to do that i'm pretty sure he got in a lot of trouble doing that.  Man what an idiot, dox'd himself on youtube.


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