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No. 110612[Reply]

/g/ is for all things girly, bathroom talk for advice, lifestyle, fashion, cosmetics, makeup, periodtalk. Anything you would ask and talk about with your female friends.

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No. 174637[Reply]

Talk about bits, toys, techniques, etc.

Previous thread: >>>/g/48662
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No. 215602

>>215576
>>215553
this doesn't happen to everyone, I've felt my clit pulsate only a few times, definitely not every time

No. 215614

>>215602
They were talking about the vagina, anon. Not the clit.

No. 215622

I had a really weird experience last night, I need to know I'm not alone in this kek. Has any nonnie ever cried after an orgasm? I was using my dildo which is kinda rare for me, I had a really intense orgasm and tears just started coming out, it was an overwhelming but cathartic feeling, not painful at all. I let myself cry for a little because I wasn't sad, just overwhelmed I guess. I've felt close to tears before using the dildo, but I never thought I'd actually cry

No. 215625

>>215622
You’re definitely not the only person who’s ever cried after an orgasm kek. It can be brought on by a lot of things. The last time it happened to me was after I masturbated and came 3-4 times in one night, and that brought on a wave of loneliness which led to tears, but it was a very cathartic experience.

No. 215641

>>215622
Don't worry anon that's not weird at all. I've cried a few times after having an orgasm, usually because it just feels really good and I can't help it lol, another time it was because I was feeling particularly down and masturbated to distract myself, and I guess the orgasm was a huge release of my bottled up emotions.



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No. 160656[Reply]

Ever since I can remember I have felt old, even as a child in elementary school. Back then I told myself it's silly and I'm still a child but now, after turning 20, I am slowly starting to stress over my age again despite still being very young.
I am convinced that many women and girls feel the same as social media is especially obsessed with youth which must be rotting our brains to a degree.

>What are your thoughts on getting older? Do you struggle with accepting it?

>Have you ever had an experience in which you were perceived as lesser due to your age?
>How do you cope with the unrealistic age related expectations put on women?
>Do you have any tips to help other women with the problems mentioned above?
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No. 215616

>>215594
>>215609
I live in America and my family is Hispanic (shit greasy diet), a lot of my old relatives especially on my moms side have heart problems or strokes and die pretty young kek also cancer is a thing it might just be me having a weird view on aging tho I’m trying to unlearn that

No. 215635

"Trauma of aging as a woman" lmfao first world problems much? Westerners hate the idea of getting older because many have shit relationships with their family members, have no sense of community, are put in nursing homes and generally don't even respect their elders. Your lives are centered around chasing desires (sex , material items) and being desired..

If ur whole life is based on males perception of u, then no duh u hate getting old.

No. 215636

>>215461
I'm 23 , been working full time since I was 19 and generally been around older people than others my age. I gotta say I LOVE being out of the loop, I love not giving a shit about trends or peer pressure or pretending I like something to seem "cool"..

As I get older I feel less of a need to compete with women when it comes to beauty too.

No. 215637

>>215635
You're not wrong but it's not exclusively a Western thing.

No. 215639

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I just read my post from about a year ago (after turning 30) and realized I’m not much better off. Even though I got myself this awesome group of friends, and I should feel
fulfilled by that I’m still sad about being single and I’m actually getting WORSE at my job not better.
I’m really disappointed in myself.



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No. 215207[Reply]

Post men who are shilled as attractive but you think are ugly/overrated. Timmy was posted frequently last thread.
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>>215221
Sebastian Stan aged atrociously.

No. 215446

>>215444
wtf I had no idea he was attractive before. what a loss.

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No. 215634

Ian Somerhalder

No. 215640

>>215566
He always looks so… wet. Like he knew he was going to start crying so he ran into the pouring rain to have plausible deniability.



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No. 182352[Reply]

I hope this isn't too similar to the other threads we have. Post and discuss any sexual fantasy you have; long and detailed, short and sweet, weird and unrealistic, anything goes!
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No. 215424

>>213903
gross, you sound like a moid

No. 215573

>>215073
shitting and screaming and crying bc this reminded me of a really good drawing i saw of Sett from League cuddling someone while they suck on his fat fucking bara tiddies and now i can't find it anywhere

No. 215631

I love the idea of a guy being dominant and aggressive but only when he’s going down on me. The rest of the time I want to be treated nicely and respectfully but something about the thought of a guy growling against my pussy and pushing my thighs apart and eating me out like I’m his last meal is so hot to me.

No. 215632

>>215631

Sounds like you don't have much sexual experience because being eaten out aggressively does NOT feel good lmao.

No. 215633

>>213903

No wonder lesbians are put off by bisexuals.. most of you guys end up with men and only like women when it comes to your kinks

Also dont get how you aren't jealous thinking bout ur bf with another woman. Yikes.



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No. 209722[Reply]

This thread is for women who chose not to date "real men" (aka 3DPD) and instead have chosen to devote themselves completely to their husbandos. Talk about your daily life with your husbando, and discuss why you chose this lifestyle. Lesbians/Bi women into waifus are welcomed too.
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No. 215610

If you have a windows operating system, it comes with OneNote, I made a "shrine" to my husbando there, I pasted all the nice pictures I had on a page and added links to songs that remind me of him too (thanks anon from the retard hornywhatever thread for the inspiration). I really like it because you can see all the photos at once and if you scale the images to arrange them into a nice collage, you can still zoom into each picture and view it in its original resolution. I really recommend it. I added hearts all around too of course kek

No. 215611

An anon keeps posting pics of my waifu in threads and it catches me off guard every time, especially when it's in a way using her to depict someone being undesirable. But I also really want to be her friend because people just knowing who my waifu is makes me excited kek

No. 215613

>>215611
Is it riamu?

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No. 215629

>>215611
Tomoko??



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No. 183298[Reply]

A thread regarding baking and cooking.

Feel free to:
>share recipes
>post what you've made
>show what you want to make in the future
>ask questions about what you're struggling with
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No. 214582

I've been wanting to cook more south american food recently, are there any vegan dishes that don't require substitutions? All the ones I can find say "this but use vegan cheese and meat" or things like patatas bravas

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>>214582
Humita! This is the only english recipe I found but I'm sure there are more (Make sure it's this corn dish, and not the ecuadorian humitas). I know it says to add milk but I've never done it with milk, it's not necessary, neither is the cheese.
https://www.slowfood.com/argentinean-humita/

No. 214864

>>214468
A little brown sugar (if not already included in recipe)

No. 215628

Nonnies, how the hell do I clean my pot after boiling potatoes? It seems like there’s always a lot of stubborn starch left on the pot that doesn’t want to come off, even with scrubbing I always miss a few spots. Am I just a moron? Is there a trick to getting it completely clean?



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No. 212315[Reply]

Discuss family planning, birth, pregnancy, conception, fertility, and any other baby-related topic in this thread. Old thread >>49996 hit bump limit.
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No. 215300

>>214898
I have to agree with >>215291
I’m lucky to have a lot of help from my husband (we both work from home), but even with this amount of freedom, I think adding diaper washing to the mix would be irritating as hell combined with everything else. You could still always pick up a few just to see if you can handle the maintenance (I’d definitely stick to disposable until the meconium poops are over at least). If you can’t handle it, at least you’ll have tried and only wasted money on a few pairs + the washing fee.

No. 215524

>>214008
I am this poster. I am now 5 weeks and 6 days. I am so fearful but also excited I have made it this far. I ended up talking to my boss about my pregnancy as a reason for resigning (I've been very sick lately). She ended up telling a whole bunch of my coworkers about it. I feel so stupid for mentioning it to her because I know the rule about only telling close family before 12 weeks. I have 2 more weeks left at my job. I'm even more scared I will miscarry and will have to face these people I barely know. I am trying not to stress about it all, but it's so hard because I so stupidly put myself in this difficult situation.

No. 215562

Not sure if this is the right thread to ask so ignore if it's not, but did any of the moms/expectant moms here ever not have a "baby fever" phase? I'm married in my late 20's and we've both always said we wanted kids, but I'm just not sure as of late. My SIL recently had a kid and while I dearly love my niece, I just didn't get any of those maternal feelings other women seem to get around babies when I'm around her, or any other babies for that matter. I love and want to protect her of course, but I feel no desire to have one of my own.

No. 215606

>>215562
If you don't want a child, don't have one. I had my son last year, and it's super stressful, no time for anything anymore, and sometimes I just want a week off of everything, which of course isn't going to happen. And I wanted this child so badly I did IVF. I love him dearly and my life is fuller with him in it, but if you don't want kids - don't have them. They're not going to improve your quality of life.

No. 215624

>>215562
I have a kid that wasn't planned and I never interacted with kids before or was into kids and I love it but yes, it is lots of responsibility and life changing, your priorities will change a bit and you have to streamline your goals/interests. The worst thing about being a mom is the loneliness honestly, it's not common for women my age where I live to have kids and even if they aren't negative about kids they simply don't understand shit schedule wise. I am able to pursue hobbies and interests and goals, my time management has gotten much better, of course I only have 1 child and a good amount of support from my family and my boyfriend's family.



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No. 211074[Reply]

Previous thread: >>153564

This is for diet and fitness related things only.

-Post your goals, your current state, like your weight or measurements;
-What you're going to do to change it and your methods (Weight training? Intermittent Fasting? Running? Raw eating? MyFitnessPal logs?);
-And how to be held accountable for it, like biweekly weigh-ins or measurings.

Feel free to post charts of your progress! If you're doing daily reports, remember to sage.

Reminder that we're all human and we all have our ups and downs. Don't blame yourself for failing and don't get fixated on small missteps. This is a marathon, not a race. Self-sabotage will only make things worse. Try to stay positive and think of the positive steps you've made to get here and keep moving forward!

Don't get fixated on numbers and give yourself adequate rest days and rewards to keep yourself motivated.

No ana, please.
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No. 215403

>>211555
fuck holy shit i followed this method of portioning out food and I've lost 4 lbs. this shit is life changing i never have to calculate shit ever again

No. 215427

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>>213104
me again, i've just been on another holiday where i barely ate anything for over a week (im never hungry when i travel) and the scales still haven't budged from 60kg. i've noticed that even when i've clearly got a lot of water weight, i'm still never more than 60kg. never more, never less.

i'm losing my shit nonnas, the scales aren't broken or anything. think im going to have to REALLY change up my diet to see any progress, and probably start working out too.

the problem with changing my diet is that i'm 90% sure i have ARFID - not a super extreme case, but i absolutely hate certain types of foods based on texture and taste (cant stand most squishy or liquid-y things), and i also absolutely hate trying new foods (although i suppose that's unavoidable!) the only foods I'm not fussy with are meats and breads, which would be great if i were a medieval peasant, but its not so great for slimming down.

if anybody has any advice, i would be very very grateful.

No. 215459

>>215427
Meat and bread is ok, so long as the bread is portioned out and you pair it up with lots of veggies. Try making some chicken wraps with whole wheat tortilla wraps. Aside from that, I do think you may need to switch up your diet. Try new foods and don't eat too little, you'll end up binging that way.

As much as possible anon, cook for yourself. If you're feeling a bit lazy you can always just steam your veggies and meat and have some carbs on the side (brown rice,etc) If youre having trouble counting calories or portioning them out, you can follow this >>211555. Ive been doing it for a few months now and its working well for me.

Lastly, if you dont want to hit the gym, youtube has a ton of workouts you can follow. Start with low impact ones and then shift to HIIT ones once you feel the need to push it more.

Good luck anon!

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Height: 5'1
SW: 165 lbs
CW: 160 lbs
GW: 120 lbs
Hi nonnas, I'm someone who's also dealing with some form of food addiction like >>214494. I was a normal weight up until 5 years ago, when changes in my personal life led to me resorting to binge eating for comfort, as well as stopping any sports I did. Earlier this year I'd had enough of feeling lethargic all the time. A wakeup call came when I calculated my BMI and realized I was almost obese (something that I never thought I would be). I began going to hour long karate classes twice a week shortly after, but didn't change the way I ate. In fact, I ended up using food as a reward and started to eat more to compensate for 'burning it all off'. I only started changing the way I eat back in May, losing 5 lbs in a month by keeping to 1200 cals a day before I had family over. I ended up eating very unhealthily (though rarely overeating) with family visiting, as we show our affection through food and all of us are foodies who enjoy cooking. I stopped logging what I ate after this.

Earlier this month I had to take a trip, something which usually triggers my want to eat a lot (and unhealthily). Though I ate less healthy than ideal due to the options available, I kept within 1200-1600 cals a day, which is a big triumph for me. This also marked the first week in a while that I logged my food. However, the second I came back home I started to excessively snack on very unhealthy things, as if I was making up for the amount of food I missed eating during the trip.

I've noticed that I think of food in a more opportunistic way, in which I will take any chance I get to eat something yummy simply because I might not be able to try that specific thing again or regular ol' FOMO. Once I slip up a single time I'll just give up on the whole thing and stop logging my food. However, while restricting my intake earlier this year I did learn that you can still eat the things you like as long as you do so in moderation, and that many of my favorite foods were already pretty healthy. This is something I'll keep in mind.

I'm returning to work (and therefore seeing people) at the end of January. I want to be around 140 before I go back (130 is when I stop looking chubby at my height to answer Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

No. 215621

>>215502
Hey nonnas, I'm back for my 48 hour checkup on my water fasting. I got some MiO water flavoring that has no sugar in it for electrolytes (and because I'm sick of only tasting plain water and salt). It's been pretty rough at points today, though the hunger pangs themselves have been milder the mental want to cave in to eat food just for the sake of it has been hellish. My friend brought over homecooked fried rice and it killed me to turn it down, but I stayed strong.

I have felt a bit weak today, but I have no dizziness or headaches (maybe because I've been keeping my sodium/electrolytes up). However, when I woke up today and weighed myself I was 166.7 lbs, so I must have gained weight in the few months I wasn't tracking…
The good news is that I weighed myself again today and was 164.2 lbs, maybe by the end of this I can look similar to how I did at the start of the summer, even if I gain back water weight I've already noticed my stomach is flatter so the fat must be burning by now.

Best of luck to all the nonnas in the thread once again!



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No. 153246[Reply]

Unsure if you're actually straight? Actually gay? Anything in between? Ask for advice here.

Also welcome are "late bloomers" who realized their true selves long after their teen years who'd like to share their experience and tell others what signs to look out for.

Please be kind to questioning anons, no matter how "obvious" it might seem to you what they are.
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No. 215559

>>215420
Ayrt and the fictional men I'm attracted to are unambiguously males (and weird shit like monster and robots), not androgynous nor even bishounens, and I get off to yumejo doujinshis of my husbando, that's mostly why I don't want to call myself lesbian because I think it would disrespectful to real lesbians. There are some male celebrities that I think are attractive, but I would probably not think the same if they were right in front of me (and I tend to think more of them as the characters they play rather than real people). I think calling myself a Kinsey 5 is more simple, and autism probably plays a part in all of this kek.

No. 215561

>>215559
you sound bi

No. 215574

>>215559
ayrt, thanks for clarifying. that sounds more like a grey area in my opinion so i think calling yourself bisexual in that case is probably fine, it's up to you

No. 215580

>>215559
ur bi own it kek

No. 215619

>>215515
> my husband has the most female body I've ever seen on a man, wide hips, somewhat slender
As a retarded straight, i’m jealous



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