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No. 82463[Reply]

Share your experiences, advice, tips.
What was your cringiest story? Have you had a successful interaction? Do you think dating apps are worth the effort?
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No. 207909

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>>207888
Based. Thank you for your service anon.

No. 207995

I'm really sick of dating apps and going on dates. I don't post sexual pictures or pictures showing off my body on my profile, just boring selfies and I try to be "relatable" instead, show my personality more becasue that's what I value in a partner, I really don't care if he's a 10/10 if he has a shitty personality. The men I message with are disgusting and cold, then when they meet me they're like wow I dint know you were this good-looking, then they start ranting about women looking fatter or uglies than they actually are irl and about photoshop and too much makeup. It's funny how their whole demeanour changes. It's funny how they start clinging on to you when they know what you really look like. It's a huge turn off and it legit makes me depressed that men only go after looks. Men are ugly, the ones I meet look fat and shorter than their pictures and what they claim, they don't make as much money as their job titles suggests, I fucking hate them because they still have an entitlement issue. You lesbians don't know how lucky you are to be attracted to women. Imagine going out with a beautiful and funny woman, having an amazing time, you're attracted to her and it's all good. No fear of anything. All my friends are women, straight women don't have that bond in romantic relationships unless the guy wants to fuck. Sorry for the rant but dating apps are horrible, it's hell on earth. Just sifting though the likes and seeing all the hideous moids and their cringe and shitty, misogynistic profiles should come with a warning.

No. 208061

>>207995
Yeah, they really don’t care about our personality. I haven’t been on a single date yet because most refuse to have an actual conversation and try to get my number and meet up immediately.
I’ll get messages that are like “Hey, i looked through your profile and you seem fun and interesting.” Then I read their profile and see we completely disagree on everything so it’s obvious they send that message to anyone they find physically attractive to pretend they care about more than looks.

No. 208084

>>207888
Wait, how did you do that on whisper? I never used that app but I thought the whole point was that it was anonymous

No. 208089

>>207995
>You lesbians don't know how lucky you are to be attracted to women. Imagine going out with a beautiful and funny woman, having an amazing time, you're attracted to her and it's all good. No fear of anything.
Yeah if only they wanted to meet up and not talk endlessly on the app. Or meet up at a normal time, not at night in a bar. Nevermind having to shift through all the couples and agps on dating apps. I just want to create the perfect date. You're into vintage stuff? Let's go thrift shopping, go to the retro diner, maybe some swing dancing and the open air cinema. You're into plants? Botanical garden it is, or I'll build you a new planter. You like llamas? Drinking tea with llamas is an actual thing. But nooo, can't have nice things. I wouldn't trade it for being straight, women ARE fucking amazing and superior, but shit isn't easy.



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No. 149875[Reply]

A thread to appreciate the beauty and achievements of women over the age of 30. Post your role models and women you find inspiringly beautiful, charming, successful and/or intelligent!



(Late 20s is acceptable as well.)
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No. 204740

>>203262
Argentina called and they want the Malvinas Islands back!

No. 204776

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Carmen Vandenberg, 30

No. 205015

>>204190
how can i be like her in my old age? i need to or might as well kms

No. 207951

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Bringing this thread back for a moment because I saw Elvira in an ad recently (Cassandra Peterson) and just… this woman is 70!! Holy shit. She looks beautiful and not in a "good for her age" way but a good overall way. I looked at what she's been up to and apparently she recently came out about her 19-year relationship with another woman! No wonder she looks amazing, no more parasitic men to drag her down. She and her partner are so cute and I'm glad she's able to be open about it now.

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Shirley Manson
55 and still fucking amazing



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No. 77493[Reply]

Post them.
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No. 207822

Asian males are all so repulsive, what the hell is wrong with yellow fever anons.(racebait)

No. 208224

>>207454
this particular actor's visuals are supposedly prized in sk for some reason and I don't get it

when he's in a show with the guy who plays sangwoo and lee byunghun? meh. even the deadbeat dad mc is more descript than him kek

No. 208334

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I just don't get it.

No. 208335

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>>208334
i think he was so handsome in legend. i think it depends on his hair/beard etc in each pic

No. 208554

>>208335
I’m inclined to agree now you’ve said that. Hairy Hardy is far more attractive,



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No. 193118[Reply]

Vent your heart out, give and receive relationship advice from fellow farmers.

Previous threads:
>>>/g/176521
>>>/g/145234
>>>/g/134794
>>>/g/122983
>>>/g/108637
>>>/g/86733
>>>/g/70439
>>>/g/44548
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LOCKING IMMINENT

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No. 207759

>>207727
In addition to what >>207728 said, if he's easily enough aroused by you and is able to cum during sex that's also a good sign. Not always a red flag if he can't, especially if he has a good reason like medication or a history of performance anxiety, but it's something to look out for because a lot of porn addict men cannot get turned on by sex anymore.

No. 207767

>>207744
bisexuals literally deserve what they get jesus christ.

No. 207794

>>207727
Eh I disagree with other anons. You don't need to outright fuck a man to decide whether or not he'll be good in bed. Just try kissing him and other foreplay while explicitly saying you don't want to have sex yet. If he's respectful of that boundary and doesn't get pushy, if he's a good kisser, if he's slow and enjoys the feeling of you outside of getting his dick wet, if he can actually turn you on, all good signs. If he gets whiny, aggressive or starts doing porny shit like trying to choke you out or pull on your hair then kick him to the curb.
One month is still early on, a short enough time for weirdos to maintain their act. See if he can calmly enjoy increased intimacy short of sex without getting abrasive. Also, see if he actually asks what you like or if you're enjoying yourself without any prompting. Shows he will be an attentive and considerate lover, rather than some moron who thinks he's casanova and all women function exactly the same.

No. 207857

New thread >> 207856



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No. 180309[Reply]

I noticed we have a lot of ladies on here who struggle with drinking problems so I decided to make this thread.

>Talk about your relationship with alcohol, negative or positive

>Are you an alcoholic, how much do you drink and how often
>Healthy coping mechanisms
>Brag about sober streaks and encourage other anons
>Tapering, rehab etc discussion

If you're happy and drunk go to the drunk thread. >>>/ot/204765 This is for more critical discussion of drinking once you're sober.
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No. 205064

Have any anons been able to drink (moderately) after recovering from acute pancreatitis? I had a mild case and just want to hear some stories rather than googling things to scare me. I’m not saying I need to drink but I’m getting mixed results on saying ppl can drink at gatherings or that a drink will kill you

No. 206847

Why does everyone always act like being sober is some glamorous uwu recovery thing when being sober fucking SUCKS? In the past at least I could look forward to getting off work and drinking some whiskey on the rocks and relaxing and forgetting my stress but now all I do is cry myself to sleep instead and contemplate roping myself. Everyone always talks about celebrating sobriety but I just feel like shit. But I literally can't drink because of health issues. Fuck this

No. 206850

>>206847
I feel the same way. At least drinking offers an escape. When you go sober you're just left with all your issues that lead you to start drinking in the first place, but now you know that there's a way to get a break from them. But you can't take that break anymore now.

No. 206910

>>206847
I think it’s contextual. Like if you get sober as part of the process of organizing your life as a whole it’s great, but if you’re just going cold turkey without having addressed anything else then yeah it’s not going to be some magic pill that turns your whole life around.

No. 207137

>>180309
My alcohol problems stem from an abusive family home growing up. As an adult I can emotionally process to good effect ill treatment from people metaphorically off the street but to this day I'm unable to be around abusive relatives or be in toxic intimate relationships and still function (which fans the flame, as those types of people will become more damaging in the face of vulnerability).
Depression, I feel, and the resulting self medication, is most often a logical and normal symptom of being in a bad environment.



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No. 181093[Reply]

A thread for those who are interested in either adopting a vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian lifestyle or just less meat in general.

Please feel free to discuss
>recipes
>challenges you've faced
>brands you recommend
>alternatives you recommend

Please refrain from turning infighting about ethics
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No. 205248

Nonnies I'm so fucking hungry 24/7 no matter what I eat, caffeine doesn't work either is this just the sacrifice you have to make for being a skinny bitch?

No. 205250

>>195451
Morison cashew milk is probably the nicest cheap plant milk tbh anon, but I only ever buy oatly because it's fucking addictive and delicious.

No. 205251

>>205248
I'm retarded I meant to post in the diet thread, kek

No. 205275

>>205168
>We lose specialised enzymes so fast and it's not worth the crazy stomachache.
nta but what…? Does this actually happen? I have been a vegetarian for like 4 years and I ate ham/fried chicken like 5 times through these years because they were laying around in the house and I'm a weak woman sometimes. They didn't do anything to me but maybe it's because I'm not vegan and I still consume animal products?

No. 206765

>>205275
NTA but it only happens to me sometimes, usually I'm fine (I'm also a vegetarian)

anyway I came here to say I love beans



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No. 75631[Reply]

There is another thread for fit girl problems, but this is a thread open for everyone regardless of your experience with fitness and exercise.

Some ideas for what to discuss:
>share your fitness/body/health goals
>ask questions
>exchange tips and advice
>post routines
>update on progress
>vent about roadblocks
>give support!

Hopefully this thread can be a mix of people who are totally new and people who have been at it for a while. We can help each other out.
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No. 206533

>>206532
Have you called the police?

No. 206547

>>206449
I think that's a good question anon. Resistance bands will still build strength, but of course you're only getting the full resistance at the maximum stretch of the band, where with something like dumbbells it's consistent throughout. It's hard to precisely equate one with the other, but due to the varying levels of resistance with the bands it's unlikely that it will translate into being able to lift the same amount with traditional weights. Still better off than having no added difficulty though. Have you looked at adjustable dumbbells rather than a full set? I got mine for <$100 and they go up to like 70 lbs each which is more than enough for each individual arm. Doing a bunch of single leg stuff makes it challenging even for lower body.

No. 206696

>>206532
Can you stay with family? File a report if you can.

No. 206698

>>206532
The last guy I dated beat me twice in our 2 1/2 years together. The first time he was drunk so I made excuses. A fair bit of time passed and I honestly thought it wouldn't happen again. It happened again. He weighed twice what I do and I never stood a chance of beating him if I fought back. I did kickboxing for years but when I fought back the second time it only further enraged him. He then called ME a domestic abuser for fighting back and threatened to report me… when I was black and blue all over and he had one defense scratch on him.

If he hits you one time then leave immediately. Don't train to take him on in the next beating… one hit will always lead to more down the line. And men who will hit you have usually been emotionally abusing the whole time too even if you didn't see it. Getting out is the answer. Finding a safe way to get out without it coming to more blows is what's important.

No. 208163

>>206532
Just wanna say I hope this nonna is okay. If you check this thread please let us know. We are all getting in shape so we can kick that mans ass



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No. 65010[Reply]

Does anyone else go crazy over 'em?

For me there's just something so fucking hot about it, especially if it looks very round and perky.

I think the key is where the lower back meats the bottom; if it sticks outward there it just looks super cute to me.
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No. 204803

>>204134
>deeply held unga bunga thoughts
Kek, I totally get what you mean anon.

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Congrats on the Emmy btw

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>>204134
SAME. FUCKING SAME.

No. 206465

>>206459
squeeze-squeak squeeze-squeak



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No. 121656[Reply]

Hey ladies, can we get a breakup support thread for anons who don't want to clog up the relationship advice thread? We can share stories and advice for moving on after a breakup.
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No. 205930

I broke up with my boyfriend of 2 years after we became LDR due to Covid. Honestly, he was always kind of an asshole, but he was my first and I would have done literally anything for him. Drop out of school, let go of some of my convictions, become a perfect SAHM, etc. Disgusting, I know, but that’s how crazy I was about him.

I found out through one of his friends that he was talking to two handfuls of other girls, someone online and some irl, and that he’s admitted (and bragged) about the fact he’s a serial cheater? Keep in mind he’s significantly older than me and knew I had 0 experience before him.

Anyway, I made up a selfish excuse for why we had to stop talking and I can’t stop feeling guilty about it. I pray for him at least once a week. If I think about it too much I’ll start to cry. I really do wish him the best but he was such a toxic person in my life. I wish I never met him but at the same time I occasionally get worried about him, wondering if he’s okay or not.

No. 205939

>>205859
Being fucking terrified of being alone/paying bills by myself/no one ever loving me again v_v(emoji)

No. 205941

How can I get over feeling like I need to see this guy one last time in order to officially move on?
It's been three months since I last saw him, but I can't stop thinking about him. I've tried to be self aware, to stay present, to keep myself distracted. But every time my thoughts go back to him I get so sad and mopey, I feel like I'm never going to go back to normal.
For some reason I've allowed myself to believe that I just need to lay eyes on him one last time to "know" that I really feel nothing for him, that this stupid crush is a lustful fantasy and nothing more.
How can I convince myself that would be a terrible idea? That I'm basically stalking someone who I should've moved on from by now? I'm too old to feel so weak and pathetic over a man…

No. 205968

>>205941
It sounds like you're trying to avoid your feelings when you need to confront them. Not the guy himself, but the reasons you're pining for him, what you're missing in life that you thought he could give you. Talk it through with friends. Journal about it. Read self help books about it. Hell, post about it all over LC if you need to! Just do whatever it takes to process your issues and get into the thick of it. Lean into those painful truths. Only then will you be able to move on.

No. 206050

>>205941
You already seem aware that your idea here is wishful thinking.. but are you aware it would very likely have the opposite effect? Seeing him would more likley bring all those feelings rushing back with even more intensity.

Time is a healer (to an extent) and you're looking to just throw away those first 3 months and possibly start over? Ime it's best not to see each other again if one of you is struggling more than the other. You need to let time pass and also just do that work to find closure inside your own head. Closure is internal imo. He can't do it for you, seeing him won't do it. Abandon the idea of ever seeing him and it'll help kick the healing process up a notch and get you there quicker.

Tbh I've had a similar thought process before. Or I've even entertained fantasies of bumping into exes and them either wanting me back or being full of apologies for treating me badly.. after years of no contact lol. It holds you back if you're at all waiting on them to do the work for you or somehow hand you your closure.



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No. 146601[Reply]

A thread for everything vintage fashion related

>What decades and subcultures of the past are you interested in?

>How did you get into collecting vintage?
>Do you go for authentic vintage or vintage inspired clothing?
>Who are the style icons you like to refer to when putting together a look?

And of course, questions from novices are welcome as well
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No. 147552

>>147460
that's why you're so good

No. 147568

>>147552
Aww, wholesome.

No. 150507

>>147545
This sounds really nice, I'm imagining 1940s or 50s evening jewelery.

I recently bought a pair of cowboy boots, they're in great vintage condition. I'd love to hear your ideas what go pair them with

No. 205938

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Resurrecting this thread to show you those shoes!! I’m a little offended at the name kek

>What decades and subcultures of the past are you interested in?

Mostly Victorian and Edwardian era

>How did you get into collecting vintage?

I don’t collect the fashion. I only own a vee original victorian photographs heh

>Do you go for authentic vintage or vintage inspired clothing?

I want to! I own a few pieces like bags but I’m not sure how to make outfits effortless but victorian. I guess a long skirt could help but what about the corset…

>Who are the style icons you like to refer to when putting together a look?

Old photographs

No. 205945

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>>205938
Ooh I really love looking at late 1800s and early 1900s fashion too. It would be difficult to dress in effortless Victorian style though because of the dramatically different silhouette and undergarments needed compared to today's fashion.



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