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Townhall Chat on Friday, March 20 @ 2PM GMT

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No. 125165[Reply]

I want big hot chick tits. My current breasts are absolutely pathetic (miniscule and ugly) and it makes me massively insecure. These days, breast implants look p good and it seems pretty much every attractive girl has them.

How much should I expect to pay for good implants?

Does anyone here have breast implants? How did they affect your life? Do they hurt? Do they even feel like your own body? Has anyone here ever considered a boobjob?

Do most men consider fake breasts normal now? More and more young girls are getting them and male oriented media is dominated by women with implants. I’m pretty sure most men can’t tell the difference. Why do so many men claim they don’t like fake tits, but it’s always the fake tit stacies who get all the attention and are universally lusted after? Every popular girl (among men) is some thot with breast implants.

All plastic surgery discussion is welcome. Please stay reasonable and open minded, and don’t try to talk others into stuff they don’t want.

Source: Girl with black hair: https://www.instagram.com/kaylalaurenofficial/
Other girl is named Emily something
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No. 126224

Depends on what it is, there's weirdos out there who get all sorts of things done to look like an elf or Genghis Khan or skinwalk a particular celebrity so yeah, it can absolutely be for them. Some people do genuinely have a deformity and they get surgery to get rid of it.

No. 126225

Nta but that's not accurate either, i've never met a man that hasn't told me to not wear makeup, that they prefer a natural looking girl, etc, but i still wear bold red lipstick everyday because that's what i like.
Most things girls do to look pretty are things men don't even like/notice/care about.
And girls themselves have many different aesthetics, i might think breast implants look tacky and gross and cheap but that's not going to stop anyone to go get them…
Ultimately people try to convey their own aesthetics and their own idea of beauty to others. And yeah personal aesthetics are influenced by outside factors but i still think they're unique to each person.

No. 126242

fake tits are hard and disgusting. i've seen many girls with them in person, touched, etc. not a single one of them looked good, no matter how much the good doctor charged.

No. 126335

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Big boobs aren't the be all end all. I come across Women with gigantic boobs who've hated them all their lives who get reductions to almost nothing. And then at the other end of the spectrum girls with almost nothing that have hated being flatchested all their lives who get huge boobs asap.

The grass always seems to be greener for everyone. And theres always a guys out there who have a thing for certain bodytypes.

I'd work on self esteem issues before any surgery on your body. The fact people just run to the surgeon as soon as they feel insecure or hateful about anything to do with their bodies is pretty shocking to me in modern society.

I found out majority of Women who get reductions are around the D-E cup range which shocked me completely since I thought the only time most Women went to surgeons was for stuff that might make finding bras or activities they want to do difficult like H+ cups.

But it seems they just go get it done because they don't feel their boobs look "ideal"? What is the "ideal"?

No. 126341

Nope, sounds like you just came in contact with shitty implants, some girls can get fat transfers and it looks and feel just as natural

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No. 59924[Reply]

Tell all about what you fear the most, what makes you scared, what you're really afraid of
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No. 125758

>Getting dementia
I feel that one. Its disgusting that people are forced to knowingly deteriorate into vegetables just because euthanasia makes some people uncomfortable. How selfish must these people be to argue against it.

No. 126208

whats so scary about DC movies?

No. 126210

My biggest fear is being paralyzed, blind, mute, deaf, etc., not being able to communicate at all but still 100% conscious. Like Locked In Syndrome.

No. 126261

>getting kidnapped/getting sold to human trafficking
>being raped
>clowns with rabies
>losing my parents/other loved ones
>dying alone
>dying young and becoming a ghost for the rest of eternity, never able to do anything other than watch
>time also, lowkey, and its inevitability

No. 126308

> getting tortured
> losing a limb or becoming an amputee
> ending in a wheelchair
> becoming blind, deaf or mute
> having a slow painful death
> having no one who will ever love me and dying like that (cheesy i know kek)

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No. 126222[Reply]

Hello, I am an Ethiopian guy living in a western country. I thought I would come here and pose a question or two on what kinds of values and features you guys value over others. I've never had a relationship, and I don't think any non-Ethiopian person is going to fit my personality as well as women of my similar culture. Anything I should know or are my anxieties unfounded? Thank you and have a wonderful day. :)

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No. 126204[Reply]

Do men actually like tall, skinny women? It’s kimd of weird how in media tall, skinny women are worshipped, but IRL they’re made fun of.(USER HAS BEEN PUT OUT TO PASTURE)

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No. 126207

In general men do prefer shorter women with big boobs/ass, but it’s not like every guy likes the same thing. The internet narrative that women over 5’7 or whatever can’t get a bf unless they’re rich is bullshit.

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No. 126178[Reply]

…especially as a woman and especially if you haven't figured out your life yet.

Talking 30+, pls no "I'm 21 and I feel SOOOO old!!!"(shitty bait)

No. 126182

Why don't you start by ignoring what mgtows say? You should know better anon.

No. 126183

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No. 126185

Just an FYI we had a thread not too long ago talking about these issues: >>>/ot/389318
Spoiler alert: farmers are incredibly insecure and worried about aging, who would've thought?

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No. 125183[Reply]

I met a perfect boy at uni. At first I just noticed him because he is the absolute most handsome guy I’ve ever seen. Call me superficial but that alone made me develop a crush. I sort of tried to forget about him since I didn’t think it would go anywhere and tried to tell myself that he probably was a jerk anyway.

However, I was grouped with him and a few other girls for some group assignment, and he turned out to be the nicest person I’ve ever met. He’s ridiculously funny, interesting, cultured, creative (turns out he’s actually semi-famous in multiple fields), exciting, smart, he just has literally everything going for him. I’m not the most beautiful girl ever but I take care of myself (I’m skinny, have very well maintained natural blonde hair, blue eyes etc.). Acne has slways been a problem but after meeting this guy my face was finally clearing up. I suggested that everyone in the group exchanged numbers and everyone obliged.

Then the guy started texting (actually whatsapp which is the norm in my country but whatever) me. Mostly school stuff but also some personal things. He’d always reply to me right away, never left me on read, and was always willing to help and when I helped him he was super grateful and cute about it. I’ve never had text contact as good as this. He’d always say hi to me when we ran into each other, and in class he’d letvme sit with him. If he was talking to other people he’d always try to make me a part of the conversation too.

It got even better when I found out he was basically pure (yes meme af I know, you know what I mean). He was very serious about hygiene (he talked about how he disliked visiting friends who didn’t clean their rooms properly), wasn’t active on FB, IG or dating apps, isn’t part of a frat, and disliked weed (he does drink though but so do I so ehrm yeah). He also never mentioned a gf or anything like that.

The thing is, despite growingsomewhat close he never asked me out or anything and I was afraid to ask him out because I’m not sure if I’m worthy of him and came to the conclusion that he might be gay or something and I didn’t want to embarrass him. He was literally too perfect to not have a gf.

Then it all went wrong.

Last night I went out for drinks with a few uni friends and afterwards walked back to the train station (I don’t live in my uni’s city, I live with my parents in my hometown (which is completely normal in my country, the boy does the samPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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No. 125212

Yeah it's literally just a copied and pasted cc thread

The "what does it feel like to take a boy's virginity" thread that was recently made is also copied and pasted

No. 125245

>don't guys hate tall girls and only like short girls?
some men do, but they are usually the insecure ones. most men don't really care that much about height, they care more about waist/hip ratio (among other things). as a tall woman (175cm) most of the derogatory things said about my height haven't come from men but from short women, even though I've literally never said a bad word about short women (or even short people) in my entire life. lots of rich/famous men (like leonardo dicaprio) almost exclusively date tall women. supermodels still, but if they hated tall women so much I'm sure they could get a short woman easily.

you seem to think you're automatically more deserving of him for having blue eyes, naturally blonde hair and not being tall. no offense but maybe you're the one who's the bitch and just can't see it.

No. 125617

Putting on a tinfoil and thinking it was some larper.

No. 126173

It's okay to feel the way you do and it's okay for him to feel the way he does. There's a possibility he just viewed you as a good friend and maybe there's the possibility he just didn't have the courage to approach you in that way. In any case I don't think you should resent him or be too surprised. You never really know. Let him do what he wants.

No. 126343

I'm super confused as to why this thread never got locked but other threads (like the "my dad is dating the girl who bullied me in high school" one) got locked and redtext? The reason for locking the other ones was because they could fit in other threads that already exist but so can this one? I don't understand the mods.

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No. 123029[Reply]

Can we have a thread where we just talk about the nice things about our relationships & partners? We have several threads for negative things, a positive one might be nice.

Tell us about nice moments/dates, things you love about your partner, ways your partner makes you feel good… ect.
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No. 123458

My boyfriend and I have almost been together for 4 years now. The first 2.5 were really turbulent. Lots of huge fights and breaks during what I thought was supposed to be the honeymoon phase.

About a year ago we were on a trip with our friends at the beach. The two of us had gone on a walk by ourselves. We kept walking and walking until we and sat down by the water as the sun was starting to go down. We were just smiling back and forth without speaking and for some reason we were both tearing up a little. It’s hard to explain. I think we were just really happy.

I remember saying, “You know we’ve had some really rough times. But I’ve never loved anyone like this before. That’s why I’ve always tried so hard to make it work.”

And then he turned to me and said, “I’ve never loved anyone like this before either. I’m sorry if I’ve made you ever feel otherwise. I hope we never forget this moment.”

A friend caught a picture of us walking back because she said we were looking at each other in a cute way. I made a little watercolor of that photo for our 3 year anniversary, and he keeps it on his desk. I sometimes find it on his nightstand like he’s been looking at it.

We haven’t had a single fight since that day.

No. 123468

I would generally give anyone the advice that if things are that turbulent during the honeymoon phase to dip and not waste years, a relationship like that is -nearly always- doomed

Glad to hear you've been in the minority to turn that around though, that day almost sounds like an epiphany for you both

No. 125935

I feel so lucky to be in the relationship I'm in. 4 years ago, my husband and I met online and were long distance (usa and uk), we made trips to see each other and each visit got longer and longer until we decided not to separate again. We got married and moved to Europe and we've been the happiest. It took a lot of patience and commitment on both of our parts, but it was so incredibly worth it. I feel like a stronger person with him.

No. 125937

Anon how did you do it? I’m in LDR right now but we’re both too poor to see each other

No. 125940

partially luck because we met when we were both working full time jobs but didn't have too many expenses and were able to prioritize saving for the visits. I'm not sure what your situation is like financially, but if you could spare a bit to put away from each paycheck until you can afford it, it's worth it. Maybe you guys can split for like you to visit them for example and it could be faster to save. stay strong, anon! if you both really want this, it's worth the wait until you're financially able to come together.

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No. 110716[Reply]

Has anyone ever seen yandere shit in real life? Or had an unhealthy obsession with someone that could be classified as such?

I had a friend talked all the time about wanting to kill her ex's new girlfriend. She would write extremely detailed rants on her tumblr about it and peaked when she attacked her in the hall one day and carved his name into her arm when she was sent home. Her parents ended up pulling her out of school and homeschooling her after that. I heard through the grape vine that she regularly attempted contact with him for several years after high school to the point where he had to delete all social media.
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No. 124595

>It will fade
I've kinda been waiting for more people to talk about obsessive stuff

I'd love for it to fade sooner because its affecting all aspects of my life
I was depressed before I met them, but now it's really hard to try to will myself to do anything positive because "If this person who I gave my heart and everything to doesn't want me, who will?"
And I know that a relationship wouldn't fix everything, but it would probably make me less likely to obsess over one person if I could internalize the notion that anyone could love me romantically

but of course, it gets hard to do that if you're stuck on one person

[spoiler]as far as yandere notions, I do sometimes wish that something bad would happen to their SO and they would run crying to me, but I think about how sad that might make them feel (and how unlikely it is they would come to me) so I only end up feeling bad about it all

No. 125903

> friends with circle of girls from uni course
> close to a few of them
> one of them I'm less close to has always seemed a little competetive with me
> her bf moves to same uni because living one hour away is too long distance for her
> she made him cut off female friend for smoking with him once
> he's cheating on me
> bitches about him betraying her and constantly seems to have arguments
> fast forward to last year
> her bf is casual friends with me
> we nerd out but we aren't close, just message about anime and he looks up to me like a big sister
> one day they invite me to dinner
> she's being really talkative and hyper
> bf mentions we talk about anime on fb
> she slams the table and storms to the toilet
> bf looks uncomfortable, says she "gets funny about female friends"
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No. 125920

Yandare, atleast as I understand it, is extreme affection to the point of acting and behaving psychotic. That's not yandare, that's just a possessive psycho. The key difference is in how they didn't just lash out from jealousy, but they created their own world where they were the victim and tried to convince everyone of it. And some very skilled manipulation to boot.

People like that exist as men or women and they don't just do it with partners, it can also be siblings, children, anyone they can exert total control over. Interesting story though, thanks for sharing.

No. 125924


bitch you crazy lmao

No. 125927

My ex-bf was a "yandere" I guess. Thankfully, we only "dated" for a very short period of time, I broke it off quickly, but he would exhibit extreme stalkerish behaviour. Sending me thousands of texts in a day, showing up at my work, calling all my close family members, my best friend, harassing me, and some other shit. I used to be very resentful towards him, and he made me pretty scared of men in general, but now I understand a little better that it was because he was mentally ill (BPD).

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No. 125500[Reply]

How does getting a bf even work? Do you have to ask him “do you want to be my boyfriend”? Does it just happen organically? How do I know if someone is my bf?
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No. 125702

Dating and being in a relationship with someone can mean the same thing
It's contextual mostly
Dating can also mean that you are considering someone romantically and are going out on dates, but not officially in a relationship
You could be dating a couple people at the same time and not be in a relationship with any of them

No. 125723

I've always seen dating as being romantically interested in a person and actively spending time together to see if you're compatible enough for a relationship. The details of that can vary - for some people dating is just hanging out but with romantic intent, for others it also includes kissing / sex. Whereas, if I were to ask someone to be my boyfriend, it comes with added responsibility and expectations - the expectation that we try to incorporate each other into our lives (to meet family / close friends etc, show interests in their hobbies and participate as well), to be there for me emotionally and to be dedicated to developing our relationship into something that could be for the long haul.

No. 125734

I think a lot of it is context. Like personally, I only say I’m dating someone if there’s a decided level of commitment and a desire to grow together (aka boyfriend!). But I also understand when people talk about dating and they mean casually getting to know someone/people. “Talking” and “hanging out” are also sometimes ways I describe seeing someone in a more than friends way, but it’s somehow more casual than pursuing romantic interest.. like it’s sexual or just for fun because it’s not gonna go anywhere. Idk, American dating is weird and the slang is very based in context.

No. 125918

I might be pretty old-fashioned regarding dating but with both my past relationships I've just asked them if they wanted to be my boyfriend when I fell in love with him after hanging out as friends.
Only after they said yes to that and we were in a relationship did we kiss and have sex.

No. 126145

if you start talking to someone and the conversations get progressively more flirty and intimate, at a certain point it feels natural and not awkward to ask him to be your bf, or at least ask him out, in which case after a few dates that go well it would be normal to ask him to be your bf.

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No. 125641[Reply]

>New study suggests psychopathic men have a personality style that makes them attractive to women
>findings indicate that psychopathy may include features that make men appear as more attractive romantic partners despite having a reduced interest in committed relationships.
>inmates with more psychopathic features tenaciously try (i.e., are preoccupied with sex) and often succeed (i.e., must offer some attractive qualities, even if faked) at seducing prison staff, including clinical staff supposedly equipped with the tools to not be subverted by manipulation and charm that psychopathic men deploy

Are psychopaths attractive?

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No. 125839

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>is literally (read: "literally", not "figuratively") barely capable of understanding imageboard posts
>calls others brainlets
From the sight of this post, you may be well on your way to figuring out the meaning of the "P" word next, considering how well you're demonstrating it.
Keep it up. Your ambition may take you places one day, like a remedial English class for adults.

No. 125845

>implying internet hasn't been making people more retarded

If you were on the internet in 2003 and on it now in 2019 and also aware/engaged in people of 2003 and 2019 it's obvious to know people got more retarded.

No. 125846

>balding and already wrinkling
Worst aging genetics ever


>north european autism+coldness mixed in with actual psychopathic coldness and autism


No. 125847

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>that nigga's lego head

LMAO here's an actual attractive psychopath

No. 125850

Couldn't he basically kill by opening his mouth?

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