Joined Jul 25, 2012 at 01:57PM EDT
Is that a vagina emoticon?
Uh oh, check your foreskin privileges. XD
As someone who was circumcised as a baby, I do wish I had been given a choice now that I’m an adult. I don’t resent my parents for making the decision they made, I know they just wanted what was best for me. They chose the way they did based on what they understood at the time. Now, we live in a new age with new ideas and more plentiful knowledge. I think I’ll choose differently for my own future kids.
It’s not really a major deal in the end. I still enjoy sex but I wonder if I would enjoy it more if I had been left uncircumcised. I’ll never really know. I just wish I could have made that choice myself. If I have sons, I’ll leave them the way they’re born. I’ll let them make the decision when they become consenting adults.
Just look at her expression. She has blank lunatic stare and a smirk. I think she might have already had some kind of mental problem. She’s either perceiving a threat that isn’t there or strait-up lying for attention.
I have to say, I’ve seen quite a lot of internet fetish artists’ work but few are ever nearly this extreme. Most fetish artists on internet have certain limits of what they’ll do. They’re trying to make something that focuses on the fetish in mind but is not too disturbing that it’s no longer sexy to them and their audience.
Shadbase however, is clearly going out of his/her way to push the envelope. The more extreme cases of his/her work don’t have that same sexual finesse. These seem like they were made to disturb the observer.
As much as I’d prefer to avoid looking at his/her work, I have to admit, Shadbase is a good artist in terms of drawing talent and in achieving the desired affect on the observer. That desired effect? Disturbing and grossing out people in new and creative ways.
Conclusion: Shadbase is a terrifying Lovecraftian god among internet artists. Like Cthulhu, just avoid looking at it and you’ll maintain at least some part of your sanity
Whoa, don’t ogre-load on the Shrek jokes.
Wow, it looks like it might be a nice place if it weren’t for the dictatorship and the political prisoner death camps. It doesn’t take much for you to be a political prisoner there. Once you are, not only are you stuck in the camps for life, but so are your descendents. I’d still prefer South Korea any day.
I know. What, are all these people retarded?
Actually, they probably just want something to be angry about like most SJWs.
That’s the unfortunate thing about satire on the internet. In order to be properly understood, satire requires a decent amount of context surrounding it. Due to the nature of the internet, a simple joke is much easier to spread around than the context it was originally told in.
I share in your frustration. Hopefully once people’s initial knee-jerk reaction will simmer down and more people will start realizing it was a joke.
Hate to kill everyone’s anger boner but has anyone actually read the article?
“#UnfollowAMan is a satirical feminist hashtag campaign…”
Satirical. This is meant to make fun of ridiculous hashtag campaigns not contribute to them.
As others have already pointed out, the knee-jerk reaction everyone is having is just an example of Poe’s law
I’m going to be honest here. When I first saw the word Dashcon, it sounded MLP related to me. I thought “Oh, those bronies are having some sort of convention. I hope they have a good time.”
Then, I read something about a ball pit and I became very confused. Then I saw the picture of the ball pit alone in a big empty grey room.
I read the article and now I have a mixture of second hand embarrassment, sadness, and guilty comedic delight.
After reading a good deal of the comments on the original Facebook post, I have to say that most of the comments are either obvious sarcastic jokes or obvious trolls. Most of the argumentation is from those who are feeding the trolls. The moral of this story is:
Don’t worry about it. No one actually believed this was a real picture. They want you to believe they think it’s real to mess with you and make you frustrated. It’s apparently working.
This is very poetic somehow.
There are several things wrong with this post:
1) If you’re in public, people are going to look at you whether you’re wearing shorts or a banana costume.
2) Certain types of clothing will give you certain types of attention. What attention from what clothing varies between cultures. It’s why we wear different clothing to different events and places. Your clothing does not however, make it OK for people to sexually harass you.
3) We are not talking about sexual harassment in this situation. Looking at attractive people is what all people with sexual desire do. Men AND women do it. It’s the result a basal instinct and we often don’t even realize we’re doing it. It does not mean we are even very interested in that person.
4) OP is possibly a very paranoid individual (if this is not a troll post). Very paranoid people are often very self-centered, the two go hand-in-hand. They often think they are far more important and interesting than they really are. Because of this, they think people (who are actually just minding their own business) are going to go out of their way to harm them, or at the very least, think about doing them harm.
Of the billions of people on earth, a great deal of them are widely considered attractive. Even if you are as attractive as you think you are, you’re just another pretty face in the crowd. Some people just need to take their pretty heads out of their attractive asses.
How is this comment NSFW?
Holy shit! That looks a lot like my girlfriend and I.
That’s true. Some of them could be lesbian black girls.
But in all seriousness though, a person of any race, sex, or orientation could be overtly sexual. People don’t usually think about women doing stuff like this but I have seen plenty of women that needed to learn some self control.
Besides, that would still violate the Prime Directive!
If you can find a way to physically move Third World countries so we can put them in more advantageous locations, I’m all ears.
There’s not really anything to worry about. For all their big talk, North Korea couldn’t nuke their way out of a paper bag.
Look, the Federation is in a tight spot here.
We already violated the Prime Directive once by removing Saddam. We kicked out a tyrant but left a power vacuum that’s hard to fill. This left room for instability and made it easier for ISIS to attack.
Now we have to ask ourselves: Should we violate the Prime Directive again? We could kick this militant group out but to what end? We can’t be Iraq’s military forever.
On one hand, we could save countless innocent people by getting directly involved but on the other, we might also destabilize the region further with all the collateral damage we’d be causing. Violence doesn’t necessarily bring an end to violence.
Iraq was barely a warp-capable planet when we first arrived. I don’t know how it’s progressed since then, perhaps it hasn’t at all. By violating the Prime Directive, we interfered with the natural development of the planet. Now that we’ve interfered in such a way, do we have a duty to interfere further to maintain the status quo or do we back away now to avoid further damage?
+ Half Life 3 confirm
So that’s why he never opens his eyes. They’re too dramatic for every day situations.
Those shorts are so tight there’s not just camel toe, you can see the inner AND outer lips of her vulva. Where do they sell pants that tight and what the fuck are they made out of?