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I like how this is trending next to “Dragons Having Sex With Cars.”
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“Okay, we’ll ask again later.”
From what I’ve heard, he probably never even said it. It was just a joke other people were saying about Freudian psychology that everyone took seriously. But yeah, Freud’s only contributions to psychology are minimal at best:
Link to the story behind this. First of all, lolportland. Second, the mentality behind it is pretty stupid. Nonwhite people are apparently being discriminated against because they eat things that are like sandwiches, yet somehow can’t comprehend sandwiches as a metaphor. This sounds like a Tumblr post that other SJWs wouldn’t even take seriously.
And sometimes it’s a large brown phallic symbol you stick in your mouth and suck and blow on.
Google “iris coloboma.”
I’ve written and drew some dumb shit when I was younger. But luckily, it was before I knew about the internet. Now all of my bad poetry, short stories, comics, and art exist only in my head instead on the KYM Cringeworthy page or an ED article.
So I was walking on the beach minding my own business, when this fucking Star-Bellied Sneech comes up to me with this shit-eating grin. He starts going off about his Star-Bellied Supremacist bullshit, and I tell him off as the racist shitbag he is. I fucking hate those Star-Bellies.
Williams: Are you the guy who put us in that Ramada in Milwaukee?
Scooby: Roo rant to ralk about rotels, or roo rou rant to rin rome rall rames?
Jeter: We won the World Series.
Scooby: Rin rix rames.
There’s an Onion video titled “Petty, Shortsighted Americans Outraged At Legislature That Represents Them Perfectly.” Like everyone else is saying, there are other factors at play that keep the current Congress members in power, but they do reflect our own escalated political climate where everyone is either called a libtard or a rethuglican for not thinking the same way they do.
According to this article neither FCKH8 nor the sites that shared this content like Gawker and Buzzfeed bothered to check if this was true or not. All they care about is their traffic and ad revenue. In cases like this, it’s not hurting anyone and it reflects the internet’s sentiments about acceptance of LGBTs, but in some cases like that time a woman’s (fake) Facebook post about beating her kid for being friendly to a gay kid got shared around the internet, she got a ton of harassment and death threats because no one bothered to verify it first.
Statler: So what’s with this whole government shutdown thing?
Waldorf: Well, Congress wouldn’t pass a bill to fund the federal government, so a lot of federal agencies are closed until the bill gets passed.
Statler: The federal agencies are useless now? How is that any different than before the shutdown?
In this moment I am +1 confirming this. Not because of some phoney god’s blessing, but because I’m enlightened by my own intelligence.
I was about to completely tear into this until I realized it might be a satire of the anti-abortion argument. Change sperm to embryo, testicles to womb, and masturbation to abortion and it wouldn’t be out of place in a pro-life pamphlet. It’s not a perfect analogy though, since an embryo is a fertilized egg that can turn into a fetus and sperm can’t do that alone, and masturbation is a sexual act while abortion is a medical procedure. But that’s Sinfest for you.
Silly caption writer. That is 700 pounds of muscle, teeth, and claws that can kill a human being with a single bite or swipe. That bear can fuck whatever it wants.
They’re called Water Snakes.
He’s going to Shrek that ass.
So, Samus is a Kirby?
I was on that train. I didn’t notice them.
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The “1 in 4 have been raped” statistic comes from a 1990 survey whose methodology is somewhat questionable. The people doing the survey didn’t simply ask women if they considered themselves raped, but rather asked questions about if they something happened during sex that they didn’t want or if they were intoxicated when they had sex and counted it as rape, when other possibilities (consented when drunk but regretted it afterwards, sex with an inexperienced partner, etc.) could also explain it. This all comes from an article by Christina Sommers, and while she’s not exactly popular in feminist circles, the article is probably the most in-depth explanation of the “1 in 4” number.