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No. 454349

Have a question that isn’t important enough for the advice thread?
Is it something everyone seems to understand but you can’t?

This thread's for you

Previous thread: >>428562

No. 454368

Does wearing deoderant/antiperspirant repeatedly make you smell worse over time? I feel like it blocks your pores and makes the bacteria build up. I feel like when I wear more deoderant I smell worse when it comes off.
Im not talkimg about natural deoderants either, I'm talking about the big brands like secret, dove etc.

No. 454372

What’s the perfect girth for a good dick?

No. 454377

>>454372
rally does depend on the Individual woman,what might be a really girthy dick for you might be fairly average for me

No. 454378

>>454372
The same width as the smallest part of your wrist lmao.

No. 454386

>>454372
soda can

No. 454400

>>454368
I dated an Asian dude who I was surprised to learn never wore deodorant, because he was taught not to or else he would smell bad forever. And the weirdest thing was that it was actually true - he never smelled, but his brother - who tried deodorant - smells bad without it. So, you might be right, or it might be a race thing, or a conditioned thing. You might need an honest friend to let you know how you smell.

No. 454407

>>454368
>>454400
Personally, it makes my skin itch and I've also noticed it makes me smell worse when it fades off.
Best tip I learned: Use raw lemon or lime slices instead of deodorant.
It can sting, too, but it's better and actually cleaner IMO.

No. 454413

>>454372
It's honestly up to you. Try out some dicks and see which is best lol

Personally, I'm not much into those giant ones you see in Pornhub. They scare me. Some people like them big, though.

No. 454430

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Can anyone identify this bag?

No. 454431

>>454407
>risking getting burns from fruit acid in your pores

nah fam, fuck that.

No. 454464

>>454400
A lot of Asian people don't have the gene for body odor, ive heard

>>454407
That's interesting, ive heard vinegar can work but ive never heard of people using lemon juice.

No. 454522

>>454464
Actually I was just about to ask how can I figure out what I smell like lol. I'm Asian, but I'm not really sure if I have that gene for body odor or not. The few friends I've asked what I smelled like usually say "nothing" and I don't know if they're just being nice or truthful? I'll smell my gym clothes after using them for a couple of really sweaty workouts and they don't smell bad to me, just sort of like… plums? Something sweet. But I always assumed since it's my own body odor of course it wouldn't smell bad lol. On the other hand, my parents bath towel stinks from their BO. I do use deodorant but it's mostly because I don't like the sticky feeling of my sweat building up under there.

No. 454542

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My lactose intolerance is so confusing to me. I've established that I can have most dairy products and things cooked with milk (cake, pancakes, etc) with little to no consequences. I know that I can't have straight up milk in any form, not drinking it straight or even with cereal (I used to wet the cereal with milk and then avoid as much of the milk as possible/throw it out at the end). I made my oatmeal with milk the other day in the microwave and my stomach was fine, but I figured since I cooked it in the microwave that's what made it okay. Last night I made overnight oats with milk (i.e. no heat of any sort was used) and I'm still fine after eating it this morning… Just what the fuck is going on with my lactose intolerance? Will this fuck me up in the long run or can I keep going like this as long as my stomach is fine with it? Those overnight oats were god damn good. I have my own soymilk that I drink, but it's a bit expensive compared to regular milk so I don't really want to use it for oats.

No. 454555

>>454464
The Asian thing is true. The same gene is responsible for dry earwax.

No. 454570

Should I get a cat if I live alone and work your standard office hours? (7am-5pm daily Mondays-Fridays)
Some people say that cats are pretty independent but I still worry about it being lonely…

No. 454572

>>454570
As long as you're home most evenings to spend time with the cat I don't think that's bad, at least for an adult cat. I would recommend getting two cats so they can always keep each other company when you're at work.

No. 454575

>>454572
I'm worried that I don't have enough space for two cats. I have a one bedroom, one bathroom, small kitchen apartment kind of affair.

No. 454579

>>454570
Cats sleep about 16 hours a day and are busy cleaning themselves during a bunch of their waking hours as well, so it won't be lonely too much. But it would be good to adopt a cat with a more lazy nonchalant demeanor; some are more needy, social, and playful.

No. 454581

>>454575
Honestly as long as you don't live in a total shoebox and utilize your space wisely I don't think it would be a problem. Cats love to climb so you can use vertical space to your advantage.
A pair of older cats would definitely be good, they'll just laze around and don't need as much space to run around since they're less energetic than kittens. Each individual cat has their own personality, though, so if you adopt just ask the shelter for lazy couch potato cats.

No. 454592

>>454579
>>454581
Thank you for the feedback and insight, anons. I wanted to adopt an older cat, preferably a senior who just wants to laze around and cuddle… so I will go and check out the local shelter this weekend.

No. 454593

I wonder if refering to someone as a "transvestite" is now considered rude/discriminatory now that "transgender" is the more commonly used term.

No. 454595

>>454593
I know a tranny that had a tism fit over someone suggesting we all watch rocky horror show because, and I quote, ‘transvestite is an extremely oppressive slur!’

No. 454670

>>454570
Indoor cats shouldn't be left alone for more than 12 hours. They need company and stimulation.

No. 454741

When you hear someone puking in a public restroom, are you supposed to ask if they're okay or is that weird? Heard a girl puking in a bathroom stall today and felt like I should ask but instead I panicked and left

No. 454752

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Whats the biggest screen less art tablet you can buy? or whats the one that requires the least minim pressure.

No. 454763

>>454752
Isn't the Huion Giano the largest graphics (AKA screenless) tablet, at 13.8 x 8.6'' (350 x 218mm) of active space?

No. 454787

>>454741
tbh I think the last thing they would wanna do is talk to someone, but if I were my ideal self, I would just hand them some of the paper hand towels or a leftover water bottle if I had one. But I think at the end of the day, she's just hoping that anyone else in the bathroom has already forgotten that it happened. Don't stress, lol.

No. 454832

>>454741
I think I would probably ask if she is alright. You never know if she is stuck in there without paper to clean up with or soiled clothes. Or she needs medical attention but is too weak/preoccupied to take action.

However ignoring the situation is also acceptable. This is not like a car accident or a heart attack, so not getting involved is fine if you feel uncomfortable.

No. 454918

Can somebody explain what the fuck 'non-dairy' actually means? Because all of these coffee creamers, sauces, etc. say 'non-dairy' and then when I look on the back at the ingredients list it says 'Contains: Milk'. How the fuck? What the fuck? Does it contain human milk?

No. 454921

>>454918
I love this post for some reason. Some milk products, like powdered milk, do not specify they are from cows (or anything in particular) so I too have some questions. Are they milking rats or what?

No. 454925

>>454918
>They do not contain lactose and therefore are commonly described as being non-dairy products, although many contain casein, a milk-derived protein.

so it's milk derived but because it doesn't contain lactose, they can skirt by with "non-dairy". makes no sense to me, but functionally, i guess it does because people generally buy non-dairy items because of the lactose intolerance, though that's changing what with veganism

No. 454961

Do any multilingual anons have suggestions on how to improve a language I speak?


It's a language I was fluent in as a child but a few years have gone by where I didn't have the opportunity to practice because it's a minority language and I'm losing it. I guess my main problem is vocab so I might struggle mid-sentence to say something I'd have no problem being able to say in english or I don't understand an important word someone said and I miss the point of what they're trying to say lol. I just want to be able to speak at a natural pace and not have to second-guess everything I'm saying. There are very few people who speak the language so there isn't a lot of media I can use to "immerse" myself with.

Some things I'm going to try:
>reading/watching the news daily
>re-reading some books I have
>talking to myself during the day and trying to think in the language
>keeping a diary of new words I learn

Please let me know what worked for you!

No. 454964

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>>454368
I've recently starting using this natural deodorant and I can't believe how well it works! I always thought I'd forever struggle with finding the right deodorant but all that is changed now. I seriously recommend it

No. 454967

Something I'm curious about as a dumb kissless virgin: what do women do when it comes to wearing makeup during sex? I assume any makeup you're wearing on your face would get messed up, do people just accept that as a part of sex or are there like…secret tips on how to avoid a mess?

I know there's the whole "messy/runny mascara" trope in porn, and lipstick tends to transfer when kissing, but in most portrayals of sex the woman's face looks basically flawless and I feel like that's probably not realistic. Is "sex-proof" makeup a thing people worry about/invest in or do they just not care?

No. 454972

>>454967
sex isn't that messy anon, if you can wear it during a retail job you can wear it during sex.

No. 454973

>>454961
I do every one of those and I try to participate in online conversations of said language. It's easier than IRL because you can quick google the word you need if you feel stuck. Plus if you're chatting to someone you can ask them to correct you.
Tandem is a great place but you will get hit on.

No. 454979

Is it possible to have a stalker but you're attracted to them?

No. 454983

>>454967
Well first of all, the reason why makeup in porn tends to look flawless is because there's a lot more scene cuts. Some scenes are taped at different intervals, enough time to retouch a smudged eye line or reapply lipstick. And also there tends to be less romantic intimacy like kissing between the actors.
Doesn't mean it's the case for all. If you ever seen blowjob porn the makeup gets absolutely fucked because of all the gagging and tearing up.

It really depends, anon. My makeup tends to get messed up because when I have sex with my partners I'm heavily making out with them. My foundation rubs off and my eyeliner smudges and collects in my eye ducts. The sweat usually fucks my hair too. Sometimes my face gets mashed into a pillow and it's inevitable.
When the sex is less intense my makeup fares better.

Most guys I've been with never commented or cared. The ones who did were weenies and cumbrains who couldn't understand how sweat and friction could take off makeup.

No. 454987

>>454983
>blowjob porn the makeup gets absolutely fucked because of all the gagging and tearing up

Can I just say it's fucking insane and sadistic that gagging and tearing up is a part of porn.

No. 454992

What are you supposed to do when you’re in your final year at uni and hate your major? It would be stupid to drop out, but I also feel dumb wasting a whole year just to get a degree I probably won’t use.

No. 454994

>>454992
is it a super niche major? if it's something versatile like a business degree, it's not really that big of a deal. honestly in the current economy it's more important to have a degree than what it's about. you'd be surprised how many people end up going into fields that have nothing to do with their major.

No. 454996

>>454994
i absolutely hate how right you are. getting a degree for the sake of having one is fucked up, especially in my country where uni is expensive as hell. i never got one and instead am going to trade school for something i want to do at age 30. fuck all that noise.

No. 454998

>>454994
>>454992
As someone with a degree but has chosen to not go into her field, this is absolutely true lol.

A lot of my friends that I met at my old job struggle to leave because they don't have a bachelors. They're perfectly good workers who are honestly some of the smartest people I've ever met- but because they don't have some fancy shitty paper to prove it, they're overlooked.

No. 454999

>>454996
>>454998
as someone that's absolutely had to bust their ass to get where they are in their career with the giant chip on my shoulder that is not completing university, the most important advice i can ever give is something i heard once i got into management, which is "your degree doesn't matter unless you don't have one".

No. 455005

>>454999
i can 100% believe that. i have a tinfoil that the "necessity" of college degrees is just some kind of boomer bitterness on a bigger scale. like some kind of "well i went to uni and it only cost me $10 which was half of my savings from my part time job in high school and i used the other half to buy a house, but i had to walk uphill both ways now quit complaining!" bs that boomers spew.

No. 455009

Er, I'm supposed to receive the schedule of my classes via email, right? There's the date and hour of some of them on the uni's website, but I don't think that's complete. Otherwise I don't know what to do.

No. 455015

What are exactly saggy breasts? How can I tell them apart from low breasts? And what about pear shaped ones? It's so confusing!

No. 455019

>>454967
Ruined makeup in sex is something most men find sexy and I too if my partner is a woman. I don't really wear makeup, but sometimes my boyfriend wish I'd wear some, just for him to mess with it lol

No. 455031

>>455015
i feel like saggy breasts are more flat and pancake-like. you can still have low breasts but they would have more volume and shape than what would be considered "saggy". i have no idea though, i think it's one of those things that depends on who you're asking.

No. 455037

Any advice for an anon who wants to wear a wig while her hair grows back?

No. 455038

>>455009
Does your school have a student portal of any sort? I didn't receive my schedule through email, it was put up on the student portal for us.

No. 455073

i study computer science and i have the chance to take a second foreign language's classes this year. i have to choose amongst spanish, russian, german and japanese. which one would be more useful for me in the future, regarding my job?

No. 455074

>>455073
Russian

No. 455075

>>455015
Nipple and areola position.
If they're pointing downward, sag.
Pointing outward and horizontal from chest, just shallow set.

Breasts can be both shallow and saggy too.

No. 455078

>>455038
Yeah there is one and I know the dates of some courses already, since it straight up says "x class for students with initials from A-C" and so on. There's some classes though that are ambiguous, for example lit goes "class 1, class 2, class 3" with no initials listed and I don't know if I have to choose or something. I'll really have to call it seems.

No. 455081

>>455073
German, they have high quality master programs and companies.

No. 455083

does the sex in homosexual/bisexual refer to biological sex or sexual attraction or possibly both?

No. 455090

>>455083
Sexual attraction only.

No. 455146

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Can someone translate what this says?

No. 455167

>>455146
“Lil bite”

No. 455172

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>>455167
CUTE
thank you anon!

No. 455174

>>455146
oh my gosh. adorable. i want this pin now

No. 455290

How do I learn to relax at work? I have a basic boring office job and I don't get many tasks so I end up browsing the internet and feel like a waste of space. I quit my previous job due to burnout (I was getting double the shit than my lazy coworkers just because I was doing my job).
We have busy days and I am much happier when that happens but they are very rare.

No. 455294

>>455290
when I had a job like that, I took a couple online courses and did assignments/readings during slow periods

No. 455298

What is a personality? How do you define it?

No. 455301

>>455298
I don't have an answer but the fact that people are diagnosed with 'personality disorders' really makes me wonder this too

No. 455303

>>455301

A lot of psychiatry and psychology diagnostics just boil down to "not convenient for the workforce and consumer economy" so you the treatment so you can do the 9 to 5 job thing without upsetting anyone and start having normie consumer habits.

No. 455310

>>455298
I've always found personality to be a borderline myth. Like we're not hard wired to be one thing or act in a specific way, every event or circumstance we experiences changes us and we act in different ways according to what's going on or who we're interacting with. Realising this made me feel so free in a way. I'm never really just one thing. I don't trust personality tests anymore

No. 455312

>>454964
I'm so pleased for you anon! I use a crystal stick deodorant, I've had it yeeeears now and it works so well.

No. 455352

>>455301
Personality disorder is when you tend to enact harmful (to yourself or others) patterns consantly. Maybe because I am disordered myself it doesn't confuse me as much as the term of personality itself.
People meme that 'Liking/doing X is not personality' which I agree… but then what is personality? Your overall taste in media? Bad coping strategies? The way you treat strangers? Your hopes and dreams? All of this? None?
I don't know what I am

No. 455370

Is it weird for couples to sleep in different rooms? I do this because I'm a light sleeper but whenever anyone finds out they think it's fucked up and we don't love each other.

No. 455380

>>455290
I'd like a job like that tbh. You don't get burnt out, you can comfily browse the internet, watch movies, maybe even study something, and you get paid.

No. 455391

>>455290
I currently have a temp job at an office and this is my current life. My state's library has an online catalog so on occasion I'll read books through there, but I mostly spend time on LC or reading comics or some shit. I sit at the front desk so I can't watch videos that don't have subtitles available (I don't like to put in earbuds or anything in case we do have guests come by), so I keep it to comfy and cozy videos like Li Ziqi's video, crafting videos, or people who have subtitled videos. I just finish rewatching an anime, but I really don't watch anime in the office that much. I don't read or browse LC at all at home so that posts can pile up and I can read them the next day (makes my home life nicer because I don't blow hours on here, I also regularly keep up with a bunch of ot threads so I have a lot to read). I started reading Homestuck because I knew it would take a while to finish and would keep me busy.

I originally wanted to spend the time learning useful skills like excel or quickbooks, but I have a hard time applying myself to studies when I'm not in a classroom setting. It sucks that a lot of self study material that I find are un-subtitled videos too. My gig is only temp and I'm slowly starting to get sick of it, so hopefully I'll eventually get off my ass and do some productive shit. I like indulging in browsing LC or social media and not being worry free, but now I'm starting to feel overindulged and it's not the same feeling as when you take a quick peek while taking a break from some long assignment.

No. 455398

>>455380
Same, I have to constantly work at my job and every day I die a little more. Need to change it but I am scared I will end up in even deeper shit

No. 455402

>>455380
>>455398
OP here. I totally understand you, when I was at my previous job I felt the same. But I have this stupid send of responsibility and I feel bad sitting on my ass all day. I'd rather have things to do and be able to take them at my pace. But there are days like today when I get two tasks and finish them in 10 minutes. I get anxious thinking they will say I'm not needed and fire me.

No. 455404

>>455402
have you asked if there's other things you can do? or just look around for things you can do or help with. brush up some new skills, start a new work project, etc. take the opportunity to do things, instead of looking for tips on how to "relax" and feel comfortable with browsing the internet at your job all day (you shouldn't feel comfortable doing this, ever. imo). at your next job interview they're going to ask what you did there, and you don't want to look back and see nothing.

No. 455412

>>455404
I did and all I get is "we'll be busier once the summer is over, don't worry". I certainly hope so.
There are no projects I can take on my own, I can only assist the salespeople. As long as there are no sales I have nothing to do.

No. 455420

I need a release letter from my previous employer's HR. They aren't answering me and I'm running ot of money waiting for this cunt to do her job. I've tried calling the general HR number but that was a week ago and they haven't gotten back to me. I'm ready to fucking kms please tell me there's another avenue I can take to get this done!!!!

No. 455422

what is the difference between lite and i guess normal lolcow girls?

No. 455429

>>455422
this is a thing?

No. 455432

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>>455422
Lol are you talking about pic related? I think it just loads a lighter version of the website…

No. 455434

>>455432
yes that! thanks

No. 455436

>>455434
No problem!

No. 455488

Can any other Amerifags please explain our fucked health insurance system to me? What the hell is this premium tax credit? Even reading the explanation, I'm still a bit confused. Say if I go for a metal plan that originally costs $500 but I qualify for $300 tax credit, does that mean I pay $500 each month until I file for taxes then get the $300 (per month) back in my refund? Or do I just pay $200 every month and that's it?

What even makes some health insurance companies good/better than others? Is it how widely accepted they are, their pricing (their premiums/deductibles vs other health insurance companies), what they cover, their customer service? In my mind, the only thing that matters being good is my doctor, so as long as my health insurance is accepted by the doctors that I want to go to, does it really matter what insurance I'll pick (if the price points are similar)? I've never bought health insurance on my own, so I have no idea what the fuck I'm doing.

No. 455491

>>455488
former health insurance fag here to help bb.

>premium tax credit is something you get based on income, it's like tax refund for health insurance specifically, and you get it with your refund


the only difference between companies/plans is the coverage, smaller insurances don't have access to as many doctors as larger companies. keep in mind that companies usually offer 2 types of the same plan HMO and PPO. HMO is a plan based around your PCP (primary care doctor) working with their own network of providers, meaning you can't go to any dr or specialist you want, and you'll need a referral from your PCP. downsides to HMO are basically that you're tied to your PCP's network. PPO is easier, allowing you to go to any doctor you want that is covered by your insurance, but still lets you have a PCP. the downside to PPO is that you research your own specialists outside your PCP and doctors outside network are less eager to communicate with one another about your health issues. PPOS are usually cheaper, and designed for people with less health issues overall.

i think i answered everything, but let me know!

No. 455496

Is there any way to remove or at least mask stretch marks ? (Something that actually works lol)

No. 455497

>>455496
dermarolling and a good moisturizing lotion.

No. 455551

How the fuck do I get rid of KP on my thighs. I've tried so many medicated lotions and scrubs and nothing works.

No. 455590

>>455551
I had KP all along my upper arms as a kid into mid teens, and they went away when I started taking fish oil pills. I don’t take them anymore and the kp hasn’t really come back. Not sure if it’ll work for you, but it doesn’t hurt to take some anyway- supposed to have a bunch of other benefits anyway. I took them daily for a few months until I started to see results (stopped only because I just kept forgetting and ultimately decided to stop for no particular reason).

No. 455622

>>455551
I’ve posted about this in the skincare thread, but have you tried the lactic acid serum from The Ordinary? Whenever mine is flaring up I put it on a couple times a day and it usually clears up within a few days.

No. 455678

>>455370
Yes and no? If it’s genuinely cause you’re not “sleep compatible”, you’re fine I think. Like my mom will have her husband sleep in another room when his snoring is really bad because she’s a super light sleeper and their relationship is great. My boyfriend and I have different sleep schedules so we don’t frequently sleep together, which is a similar situation and it’s also fine. I wouldn’t worry too much.

No. 455776

It is normal to wake up with an oily face?

No. 455783

>>455491
Thank you anon! I think I understand it a bit better now! I'll probably get a PPO since that's what I had with my parents! I was on an HMO plan with my old job and it was a fucking nightmare doing anything lol.

I was reading into it a bit more and it says I could get the PTC in advance to help pay for my insurance or choose not to. The silver plan I want is so expensive without it, but I used to earn a lot more at my old job so when I file for my taxes, I'm afraid taking the PTC in advance will make me end up owing a lot on my taxes. Is there a way around this? Or should I just play it safe and not get an advance on my PTC and just get it all (if any) back with my refund next year?

No. 455784

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Does anyone know how to get rid off this weird fluff/dust/whatever it is from my brush?

I just bought a new one and not a week after using it, there are these weird dusty balls, sometimes even sticky on the side of it and among the brush hair. I do clean the brush of my hair after being done with it, but regular cleaning with water doesn't seem to be that efficient.

No. 455789

>>455784
hairbrush lint. it's accumulated crap your brush is cleaning off your scalp and hair. it's a good thing! but it just means this will be a regular occurrence and wash your brush often.

No. 455794

>>455789
Good to know, thanks!

No. 455800

>>455784

Get a boar bristle brush to brush your brush with… Lol. Do it in warm soapy water. It collects on the little ball things on the ends of bristles, so you can find brushes that don't have that but they'll be a bit scratchier

No. 455804

>>455800
Thanks, noted! I'll try it out this week.

No. 455828

>>455784
I use a comb to "comb" out my brushes. Be sure to do it over the trashcan, you don't want that dust and crap on your floor.

From what I've noticed, it's mostly lint and feathers (I have a down comforter and the feathers must get in my hair).

No. 455850

my bf treats me like shit in front of his family and gets irritable when we're out in public and refuses to have a conversation in public or in front of his family. How can I get the best revenge on him?

No. 455862

>>455850
Unless there's something else that's redeemable about him enough to justify this behaviour, just break up. Why be with someone who treats you like that?

It's not even about getting revenge. Revenge isn't part of a normal, healthy relationship. A mature conversation is.

No. 455870

>>455862
I know but I'm an immature vengeful person that can't let shit go

No. 455871

>>455870
good luck with the subsequent boyfriends of the same quality anon.

No. 455873

>>455870
Garbage attracts garbage, fix yourself before you go looking for other people.

>>455862
>Revenge isn't part of a normal, healthy relationship. A mature conversation is.
Can we get this in future teen films instead of giving kids plots about revenge bodies or trying to incite jealousy?

No. 455893

>>455850
are you 13?

No. 455910

Who's homophobe-chan exactly? Is it only one anon? I keep seeing her(?) argue about gay men in the gender critical thread but since I hid the pinkpill thread and the radfem thread I don't know if she posts all that often, it seems so sudden that she got a nickname.

No. 455914

>>455910
she star in the kinshame thread say that been gay/homsoexual was a kink and that make peple become pedos and shit like that, i'm not sure if is only one person i feel ther are at last two , you can find them/her in a lot of threads usualy in /ot/ sometimes in /snow/

No. 455921

>>455914
Oh yeah I saw some of these posts in the previous kinkshaming thread by passing while looking for other threads. I wonder what someone like her (or them if there are several homophobe-chan) are doing on an imageboard as open-minded as lc when it comes to anyone LGB in the first place.

No. 455933

>>455921
in all honesly they may have come for a cow, maybe they thought "this cow is kinda gay, and this place hate them they must hate all gay they hate men too! they sure as hell hate homosexuals"

No. 455978

is it possible to be asexual suddenly? Idk wtf is going on but I have never felt an urge to masturbate in like over a year. I don't think about sex nor do I crave it. I have sex sometimes and feel sexual then…but that isn't super often.

No. 455980

is homophobe-chan the same person as tradthot? Or the one who's always in the unpopular opinions thread going on about abortion (that may just be tradthot.

No. 455981

>>455910
Seems like one person making many posts because they often use the same phrases like "being gay is a kink." Recently they argued with some anon about the gay gene theory and then went on cc to bitch about it too. They post a lot lately.

No. 455997

This question is for other Amerifats; Which state do you consider to be the nicest to live in? Which is the worst?

No. 456001

>>455997
depends on what you consider nice

i live in MA and it's hella expensive but pretty nice as far as i can tell. been here 10 years or so.

No. 456011

why do I feel so sorry for that pigeon but I'm also laughing

No. 456018

>>456001
Agreed. New England in general is pretty nice even though the cost of living is high. You get all the seasons, too.

No. 456026

>>455997
washington
>fairly liberal enough to where conservatives don't run around trying to be edgy and bashing random people and overcharging, but not extreme liberalism (at least for the majority anyway)
>clean urban areas, barely any ghetto areas if any at all
>fairly polite people, they aren't new york cold or anything but linda and stacy won't berade you about your future plans if you run into them at the grocery store
>good job market, you actually get call backs and interviews and they don't expect you to have 5 degrees and 3 years of experience for entry level jobs, all while paying pretty well
>beautiful scenery and iconic landscapes and landmarks as well as a great history behind the city
>you can bike anywhere and not get ran over and harassed
>low tax
>good schools

No. 456083

>>455997
Not an American but I’ve always thought the west coast beautiful like Oregon and Colorado. Wherever there are mountains and forests

No. 456101

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>>455997
Any place in America is nice if you have money and live in a high-income neighborhood.

No. 456113

>>456101

Doesn't need to be an expensive place to be nice, unless its a city with too mane latinos and black people. Then you better stay in the fancy zone.(USER HAS BEEN PUT OUT TO PASTURE)

No. 456118

>>455997
Worst states
>midwest and northern east coast
Best States
>coastal south, some west coast states like Washington or Oregon

No. 456164

>>456026
And I wish people wouldn't talk it up as sooo good.
Too many people moving into the western cities, driving up prices and ruining the culture.
The entire other side of the state is mostly conservative farmers you know though. It's not a paradise.

No. 456205

do you wear pants under overalls

No. 456206

>>456164
Just moved into Seattle and I concur. The prices are high af because people keep moving here and only in the 3-5 livable cities. Might become like San Francisco in a decade or so.

I would say that it’s not as liberal as people make it out to be. They’re not Portland types. The eastern half is pretty conservative, but coming from the South, it’s not too bad.

No. 456212

>>456206
I've heard Seattle is littered with homeless drug addicts, is it true?

No. 456216

>>456205
No. Tights or leggings in the winter, maybe.

No. 456223

>>456212
The homeless situation here is fucking bad and as bad as the rumors make them out to be, but only in certain areas. I avoid downtown Seattle like the plague. It’s really pretty area, but the bums run things there. A drug addicted schizo douche can attack you and the cops take their sweet time to come. Good luck getting the dude prosecuted.

The surrounding neighborhoods are pretty cool and relatively safe and the suburbs are nice, just watch out for property crime. Hide your valuables.

No. 456227

>>455997
I live in MA as well. I've only lived in three states so far, but I'd say MA is all right. It's supposed to have the most educated people and best healthcare in the nation, if I'm not mistaken. Boston is one of the most expensive cities in the nation, but as long as you have a car or access to public transit you can live outside of it and commute in. It still hasn't been my favorite place to live by a stretch. It's missing something.

New England is all right, but the cost of living is so much higher than places like in the south. Also we do have a homeless problem, but it's not as bad as places like Los Angeles.

I would say Mississippi and Alabama seem like utter shitholes for women. I've heard worse things about Mississippi though.

No. 456230

>>456227
Having lived in the deep south, you'd be correct. Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Alabama are all absolute third world country tier. I love my home state in ways, but goddamn, it sucks to live here. Moving with my bf to California for his work and I'm not regretting leaving one bit. In fact, 1,800 miles away might not be far enough away.

No. 456262

>>455997
As far as I know/have heard the worst states are Alaska, West Virginia and Georgia. I live in New England and most of the states here are nice, but at the same time the region is known for having a terrible divide where most people are either rich or living in poverty.

And even though I’ve never been there Minnesota sounds like a good place to live too.

No. 456312

>>456262
MA anon here again. I'm actually from Georgia but haven't visited there in a while. I've heard mixed opinions about it from others, but in my opinion, it's miles ahead of other southern states. I've known people here (MA) who have lived in GA and want to move back but only to Atlanta. It's growing but also lagging behind in many things. I still think Massachusetts is better

No. 456313

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Why do the most wholesome animes often attract the craziest and meanest people?
Especially shit like Precure? Isn't the show for young girls, like why are grown women fighting and obsessing over it?
The more I'm exposed to hardcore weebs the more I want to give up anime tbh

No. 456362

>>456312
>more MA anons
hey bb

No. 456372

>>455776
No, but it happens to me too, everyday, and I hate it. Gonna see a derm soon.

No. 456385

>>455997
I've only been in a handful of states, but California was the nicest (NorCal not Los Angeles area) and New York was the meanest. Alabama is the most sexist and racist.

No. 456407

>>456164
>Too many people moving into the western cities, driving up prices and ruining the culture.
the prices go up because the property and real estate industry is filled with blood suckers, there's over how many homes and apartments in seattle that are empty?
apartment and real estate industries would rather keep a 800,000$ studio home on the market for 100 years than to lower the price, it's not the populations fault, especially since many are choosing to live off grid or in their cars

it's a "don't hate the player hate the game"situation

No. 456630

Do anti-anxiety meds actually work? A couple of months ago I swiped some from my sister and they didn’t do anything for me.

No. 456632

>>456630

I took (alprazolam) xanax a few times as i was prescribed and hated it. i guess it does lower anxiety but only because it substitutes it with much worse depression, i felt like dying, no energy, i felt like i was trapped in a dark hole, it was the worst, i was supposed to take it for a couple weeks but after 2 or 3 days i could not handle it anymore and quit. I do not understand why would anyone take it recreationally.

No. 456637

>>456630
They do but honestly swiping a few pills from your sister wouldn't have done anything. Oftentimes those medications require a cycle of dosing before you notice a difference, not to mention there's a lot of medications for anxieties so even between doctors and patients a lot of it is trial and error to find the one that works the best. When I was in grad school and having bad anxiety I took escitalopram (lexapro), and then years later when I was having bad episodes at a shitty job, Wellbutrin. Then Vyvanse to be used for my binge eating which was how I was coping, and lack of energy.

I'd say each one made me feel "leveled out" if that makes sense. Thing is I didn't feel like my emotions swung one way or another, it was a constant humming normalcy. Wellbutrin and Vyvanse gave me a much needed energy boost at the time. Although my least favorite insofar as side effects was the Wellbutrin.

No. 456639

>>456630
Some them you have to take for several weeks before they take effect, some (benzos) are immidiate and you should be able to tell if the dosing was right. My boyfriend takes a very mild dosage of oxazepam and says that while he doesnt really feel it, he'll notice it is working from the fact that he can do certain things without automatically going into panic mode like he would normally (like riding the bus).

No. 456643

>>456630
They just relax me and make me sleepy. The bad side is, I feel really shitty after they wear off but it goes away.

Cozying up with some chamomile, ASMR and a good book works about as well for me.

No. 456696

do any of you have stories about a "one that got away" that you regret not pursuing? what happened?

No. 456702

Is the word 'shill' to associated with 4chan culture? Like could I say 'stop shilling you stuff" on twitter and people wouldn't raise eyebrows

No. 456706

How do you actually make friends at uni? The university I go to barely has any activities to partake in.
Like what's the secret to make people like you? I'm already cute and kind.

No. 456711

>>456702
nah i've seen it used on reddit and other communities too. i don't think anyone would suspect anything.

No. 456716

>>456702
I've seen it used all over the place online

No. 456735

>>456706
Join all the societies you can and get involved
Also actively try to make friends! Instead of being cute, you should talk to people, build up a rapport and invite them to do things, if you don't want it to be weird you can invite multiple acquaintances to something. Be the friend to other people that you wish would find you, take these people out to events and meet more people.

No. 456766

>>454994
>>454998
Late reply but you guys are right, a degree is better than no degree. I just feel so lost, I wish I didn’t go to a 4yr school and get stuck in a program I really don’t see myself pursuing. I’m a bio major btw, at least I have something to fall back on I guess.

No. 456771

>>456766
If it makes you feel better, I have a B.A. and M.A. in a subject I'm not pursuing. I didn't necessarily hate my job, but I wasn't happy, either. I don't regret what I studied; I just wish I had double majored in undergrad. So, I'm currently back at uni as a post-bacc student to get a STEM degree, which is completely unrelated to my other two degrees in the humanities.

It's never too late to change the course of your life. I recognize that this post comes from a place of privilege, but there are certainly ways to redirect.

No. 456832

How tf do condoms actually break and how do you know it “broke” b4 you get pregnant? I always thought it was a meme. Do they like leak when a guy pulls out or something?

No. 456852

>>456832
If they "break" it's due to improper fit, expired condoms, or using an oil-based lube.
The actual failure of the condom itself is a small chance.
Literally the thing busts apart. So after sex there's a very obvious tear in the condom. Sometimes you can 'feel' too much wetness in your vagina and cum always has a distinguishable smell and fluidity to it.

What happens most often is that the condom slips off and cum leaks inside. Sometimes a guy cums so much and keeps going that the pressure forces the cum up the condom and out the sides. It goes back to the improper fit and use issues, some guys are dumb.
You get dumbshits who don't want to spend the extra to get the bigger condoms if they're hung, or you get the napoleon complex small dudes who want to pretend they fit an xl when in reality it's hanging on their dicks like garbage bags.
Always check to see how the guy puts his on.

No. 456853

>>456706
you dont, especially if you're western and people only talk to the others they know and dont like that much, lol socialization in the west has became a joke

No. 456855

If I buy a wool sweater in the wrong size ( like one size down or up) would it be easier to make a small sweater larger or a larger sweater smaller?

No. 456856

>>456855
You can shrink wool but you’ll never upsize it without ruining it. Just get one that fits?

No. 456858

>>456856
I bought one that turned out to be too big and then my normal size sold out. But if it’s easier to shrink down I’ll try to do that with a spray bottle or something.

No. 456890

>>456630
They do, but seriously seek consultation first to find the right one for you. My doctor prescribed me some Remeron (mirtazapine) after concluding my lack of sleep was the main culprit. Got on it for a month, felt like a zombie on my first week but I was sleeping better and I wasn't having nightly breakdowns anymore. However I was getting increasingly disturbing nightmares.

My doc prescribed Depakote (divalproex sodium) after using up Remeron and so far so good. Additionally, she prescribed Inderal (propranolol) which I take whenever I'm in a middle of a panic attack supposedly to calm me down while going through it.

No. 456894

What exactly is a womanchild? And what do anons consider to be woman child behavior?

No. 456895

>>456894
Just like a manchild: never had a job, never had higher education, still lives with parents only because too immature to move out, never learned to drive, has very childish interests like kids media, emotionally stunted so gets upset easily and can't put themselves in others positions.

No. 456899

i'm stupid and i've been hatereading TRP stuff but i am starting to internalize what they're saying. specifically, i'm self conscious about my n-count, i never actually looked back at counted how many past sexual partners i've had, but i did and it's pretty high for someone my age. i feel gross and stupid now.

lolcow do men irl really care about your sexual past or is this just reddit nonsense?

No. 456902

>>456899
I wanna give you an example.on 4chan tier is a average of 250'000 users yearly,and these 250'000 are divided among all the various boards,similarity TRP is just as small

4chan and some subreddits may seem big at times but the fact is their incredibly small online communities that 90% people have never heard about

No. 456903

how likely is it to get in trouble with the hotel if i "room stuff" (likely 6 or 7 people in a two queen room which is 4 max, and ive already paid the extra people fee as much as it allows). ive never done it before but more friends are coming to drink and play board games during a con night and i dont know if i need to be more sneaky getting them in.
of course we are not going to be loud or disruptive at all.

No. 456906

>>456903
Most hotels do not care, but make good on your assurance that your guests won't cause a ruckus because you'll be absolutely fucked and liable if they come knocking at your door to break up a loud party due to reports.

No. 456922

>>456899
Some do, some don't and some won't let you know their opinion until you're well into a relationship and they've spent the whole time resenting you and thinking you're a slut.

Taking the pink pill is just believing men truly mean what they say, so I choose to accept men feel they deserve a pure virgin despite having no moral highground when it comes to sexual ethics, but I don't accept that their beliefs are fair or accurate so I wouldn't lose sleep over it.

No. 456964

What breed of dog is Abby Brown's dog Zero? I love him.

No. 457076

If my bf thrusted in me a few times without a condom, and he didn't cum, could I end up being pregnant? I'm on day 12 of my 35 day cyclus

No. 457077

>>457076
probably not I had sex for five years with the pull out method and have never gotten pregnant

No. 457078

>>456903
This is super common anyways and you're already generous for paying the extra people fee. But the coming and going of guests can get annoying (for neighbors) with the greetings and door slams, I'd think about how to deal with that quietly, like have them text instead of knock. Also keep track of who you leave every room key with and if anyone is bringing extra guests. You're entitled to know all of it bc its your liability.

I hope you have fun and that nobody throws up or has sex in your bed, kek

No. 457079

>>457077
unless youre only casually aiming for a pregnancy or vd why risk it? ew.

No. 457084

>>457076
>>457077
>>457079
it honestly 100% depends on your physiology. if you're both clean and do it "correctly" it's honestly not much less safe than using a condom. some people are just really fertile or have super semen and you can still get pregnant. better safe than sorry, but i've never had issues either although there's always the off chance i'm like infertile or my partner is and that could be the case for anyone who finds success with that method.

No. 457085

>>457084
>what is precum

No. 457093

>>457077
Wow this is nuts. I'd not be able to sleep at night thinkng I may be pregnant. Congrats on no kids so far anon but u know now since you've mentioned it you're gonna catch a kid kek

No. 457107

Anyone have any birth control suggestions for those of us who get super depressed on the pill?

No. 457127

>>457076
Get plan B tomorrow morning. It's better to be safe than sorry. The sooner you take it, the more effective it is.

No. 457158

>>457085
yeah that's why i mentioned the super semen lol

No. 457163

>>457093
Well I don't do it anymore but I think if I did it again probably would kek I'm more careful now

No. 457181

>>457158
that's not what that is jesus you're stupid.

No. 457191

>>457181
no, i know what pre-cum is i'm just trying to have a sense of humor and not a stick up my ass

No. 457201

What on earth is a gray asexual?

No. 457214

>>457084
That’s retarded. Way to encourage accidental pregnancy.

No. 457218

>>457084
I also have mostly used pull out on all of my committed relationships and they all have been pull out kings (One boyfriend of mine would leak a ton of pre cum). Maybe I'm infertile as well lol. On the few times I've allowed them to come inside me they buy me plan b.

No. 457220

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>>457214
I mean everything I said was objectively true but okay

No. 457225

>>457218
I did pullout for 3 years with my ex, never had a pregnancy scare or any close calls or accidents. I have the implant now with my husband but now I kind of wonder if I'm infertile too lol.

No. 457227

which one is safer, inviting a guy over or going to his place by yourself? i do trust him because i've known him for a long time but i'm kinda paranoiac about all the hidden camera shit happening.

No. 457255

>>454407
Please don’t, trying to use lemon juice on your skin may give you chemical burns and disrupt the natural acid mantle. I tried lightening my skin that way when I didn’t know better, when I had some discolored areas from insulin resistance and I think it’s done the opposite and given me hyperpigmentation on the knuckles of my figures which bothers me endlessly.

No. 457354

>>457255
NTA but how are you dealing with insulin resistance? I also have this issue and I am trying to lose weight and eat healthy but it's hard…

No. 457477

Is being called “Flaco” a compliment? I’ve heard more then once by spanish guys in my city as I walk by or they walk by me. I know it means skinny but isn’t skinny bad in Hispanic culture?

No. 457483

>>457477

Its probably not an insult, argentinians for example use it a lot like an equivalent of "dude", so in that context its not a compliment either.

But "flacO" with an o is male adjetive , so why are you getting called a "skinny male" anon?

No. 457519

How do people figure out if a book is ghostwritten?

No. 457527

what does queer theory mean? someone please explain it without the tumblr terminology

No. 457623

>>457483

I think then it was prob flaka. I probably remembered it like because of ASAP rocky song

No. 457628

>>456313
>grown women
they're probably male/tranny my dude, in fact magical girl shit caters to dirty otaku males more than anyone else because japan loves enabling pedos

No. 457646

>>457477
imo it depends. it can be said positively or negatively, it really depends on the tone. some hispanic guys have said it to me negatively, while my family says it positively/endearingly. generally people will use the diminutive form (flaquita) if used endearingly or as a substitution for like honey, babygirl, etc. "flaca" is usually meant like "you're too skinny/not looking instathotty at this weight, gain some weight" when coming from men. hispanic people generally call others "delgada/delgado" when complimenting them fwiw. flaca/flaco has a potentially negative connotation to it that delgada/delgado doesnt

No. 457685

how do you go no contact and keep it no contact when you enjoy literally nothing so nothing keeps your mind off of them?

No. 457704

Essentially I am a mostly straight girl, and I get off to a range of normal fantasies.. but what I realize is that the common thread in most everything that gets me off is the perverted male perspective. Like if I'm reading a story, yes, I think boobs are cool but I need to know what the man thinks about them to get off. I need to know that the man is objectifying and adoring the woman.. and I fucking hate that. Moreover, most of the stories I read have the woman in a submissive/degrading position.

I can't help but feel that I have been conditioned by society to need male objectification to feel things are sexy. I don't want to be this way. I wonder if I can change what turns me on somehow?? I guess I'd have to stop reading erotic stories and just… think of less sexist shit on my own?

No. 457716

>>457704
It sounds pretty cerebral to get off on what your (imagined) partner thinks. You may be projecting onto the woman as the object of the man’s desire.
I think it’s possible to be healthy about this though, like if you were in a relationship of course you’d want your partner to find you ‘fuckable’, the hard part is figuring out if the man is sane enough to respect all the things about a woman that aren’t to do with fucking. You just need the cut out the degrading position part.

No. 457741

>>457704

you have normal heterosexual fantasies

>I don't want to be this way. I wonder if I can change what turns me on somehow??


Wikihow: how to become a lesbian

No. 457756

>>457741
You're not cerebral enough to get it lol.

No. 457769

>>457685
I'm in that same boat. Going no contact with a guy I cut a lot of people off for. I was aware of abuse coming out of a past relationship and didn't even recognise any signs again. I let myself get isolated and codependent again. Recently cut contact after finding out about another massive betrayal that concludes I will never know the full truth of what occurred in my own relationship. I so desperately want the wool pulled over my eyes, but for the first time I walked away and didn't confront the betrayal for once. I didn't ask questions. I didn't give him a way to weasel back in. I thought he'd apologise or plead or something by now, he's been sending goodnight texts for days. I snapped yesterday and sent a brief text saying I hate your lies, what would be the point knowing you without knowing you? I also said I'm getting tested by the doctor bexahs sod infidelity scares. That was 24 hours ago and I've heard nothing. He didn't send a goodnight text either. Think it's been confirmed I've been cheated on lol. It's hard to focus at the minute. I have a lot of unanswered questions and I have to make peace I'm not going to get answers and even if I was to ask him, there's no trusting what he says.

Idk if youre cutting off an ex and they're your closest peer, but no contact sucks. Just keep reminding yourself why you aren't contacting them.

No. 457788

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Any anons know how to get back the music bar on here when you're listening on samsung music so I don't have to exit apps whenever I want to pause/skip songs?

It used to always appear underneath here

No. 457809

didn't want to necro the japan thread so i'll ask this here: can i get some basic tips for saving money on a weeklong trip to tokyo? i haven't been there in several years but i definitely fell into tourist traps last time and went way over budget. tips on how to save on lodging, public transport, restaurants, SIM/wifi would be amazing

No. 457816

>>457809
Someone else will probably have a lot better advice, but personally I do really well when I give myself a daily budget. The last time I went, I took out enough cash beforehand to give myself $100 per day for food and nonsense spending. Using my card was basically forbidden (difficult to use anyway, I only used it once my entire trip to pay for Disney tickets). That might be a little tight for some people so you can adjust it to what you think is more realistic for yourself, but it helped me take a step back and think about all the trinkets I was about to impulse buy ("would I rather buy this or splurge on dinner tonight?" sort of thought process). It was enough for me and I still had some cash leftover at the end.

As for lodging, I've only ever used airbnb when I travel to Japan. The last time I went, I was with two other friends, so we were able to book a small apartment all to ourselves in a pretty central location for about $300 per person. We ended up not paying that much for transportation since we got lucky and our airbnb was right by the Yamanote line (where most of the places we wanted to go was on). The first time I ever visited Tokyo I made the mistake of booking a super cheap airbnb that was so far out, it cost 1200yen one way to get in/out of the city center lol. Another time (my second time) I was travelling alone so I booked basically what was a little hostel spot near Akiba through airbnb that cost about $240 for a week and a half. It was basically sort of like a capsule hotel with shared amenities in the apartment, but it got the job done and was super cheap so I have no complaints about it. I also like airbnbs because some spots come with pretty good pocket wifi, my latest one that I shared with friends did! Definitely saved me the trouble of having to deal with buying a SIM and whatnot.

Can't offer much help about restaurants but I find that generally they weren't that expensive no matter where we went (then again, we didn't really go to super high end places either lol. We didn't cheap out completely on food either).

Sorry if nothing here is helpful for you! I do hope you have a good time. It's definitely easy to get sucked into the tourist traps and whatnot lol, ufo catchers are a personal weakness of mine.

No. 457820

Is it possible to get a job as a programmer even with a humanities degree? (Given that you know and can prove that you can program)

No. 457885

>>457820
Yes
Maybe not a highly paid one at first, but many companies will just throw a technical interview at you without caring about your background.

No. 457930

Does anybody else have problems with being able to focus during their period? On the first days I feel like I can't keep my train of thought it's really annoying.

No. 457983

>>457930
Yes! I deal with that symptom. I have an anxiety disorder so that unable to focus feeling is really intense for 2-3 days. It's all good, Anon. Just your body feeling a bit tired. No actual harm!

No. 457985

>>457820
Write a good portfolio. I use to do hirings and not everyones' major was software related, however I would chuckle at a humanities degree. Just prove yourself.

No. 457986

>>454964
>>455312
These still have aluminum, it clogs pores.
I use lavanilla but i Still sweat, no odor.

No. 458067

Does anyone else have no strong feelings/memories attached to their childhood? Every time someone asks about my favorite childhood memory, favorite childhood movie, etc. I don't have anything that comes to mind. I remember irrelevant stuff like playing with my cat as a kid or my school lunches, but there are no meaningful events that come to mind… when I do remember some events that should be emotional, I don't feel anything. It's just something that happened. Is this normal?

No. 458073

>>458067

Playing with your cat as a kid is probably more meaningful than worshiping some corporate product that increased your dopamine for about 2 seconds. As for the rest of the stuff i think is normal, most memories of my childhood are very matter of fact too and i don't feel strongly any which way about them. My recolections start getting much more subjective at around my teenage years. Stuff from childhood might mean a lot more subconsciously though.

No. 458084

>>458067
It's probably just to do with sentiment and how people remember things. I have a lot of early childhood memories I can recall with fondness because my homelife from age 12 took a bad turn. I stayed active in school and had a big social circle and got myself involved socially. Went to loads of parties, dated etc but I struggle to recall those memories only a decade later, but memories from childhood like family holidays etc stick far more in my mind. From all the shit I did as a teenager my more vivid memories are being by myself at home on the computer or chilling with my cat lol

No. 458104

Weebish discord that ain't fking degenerate or blatantly underage??

No. 458105

>>458067
I have this too. It's more common than you would think.
Look up "Severely Deficient Autobiographical Memory."

You can't remember any birthday parties, or your memories are just from what you see in pictures. Also there is no childhood trauma blocking anything out.

No. 458111

>>457983
Thank you anon! I'll give my mind some rest then.

No. 458165

>>458105
>no childhood trauma blocking you
That seems awesome to have to be honest. Is it possible to make yourself have this Memory Deficiency if you remember too much I wander.

No. 458166

>>458104
Seconding this.

No. 458171

Does instagram have some sort of explore page or something for stories? I have a really lowkey account that I don’t post actual posts on, only the occasional story about really uninteresting things, and yesterday and today it shows that I have about 100 people view it when usually it’s only around 70ish (mostly friends, sometimes the occasional nonfollower). I have no idea where these people are coming from. I’ve also seen it where there’s weird uneven view counts, like out of 5 posted stories only the very first and very last have a high amount of views instead of the same/descending amount. I do keep my profile on public, but I’ve never had this many randos look at my stuff before.

No. 458184

How fast would you run from a guy that says 18 or 19 year olds are basically no different from 24 year olds and that women in their, say, early to mid twenties, specifically, are also just as immature as 17, 18, 19 yr olds

No. 458185

>>458184
Very fast. Like, "I'm an expensive sports car that can go from 0 to 250MPH in under 2 seconds" fast. Kick that guy to the curb.

No. 458199

>>458184
I'd beat an Olympic sprinting record

No. 458209

>>458171
People can click on your icon to view your story - This means that every time you like something or show up in people's notifications or they see your comment on something they can simply click your icon and tada~ randos watching your stories.

No. 458211

>>458171
I have no idea why they're watching your stories, the explore feature only showcases hashtagged or viral stories. Is the account new? Instagram suggests new accounts to people to follow.
However the uneven view count is from where someone skips to the next story before fully finishing the one they're watching. This is why very short stories have a high view count and if your stories have a sequence to them, people might watch first story but then just want to skip straight to the last story for a conclusion.

No. 458217

Why does everyone hate Scarlet Johansson recently

No. 458220

>>458171
Did you post any hashtagged pics recently to your feed? Maybe one of your photos was viewed a lot in a hastag and people clicked to view your insta story to see if similar or something? I have a certain breed of pet and my Instagram basically was only popular when I posted my pet lol

No. 458221

>>458211
Oh gotcha! Didn't know that you had to watch a story for it to count! I figured people skipped but I've never seen the view count go from so low to high before. My account isn't new though, I think I've had it for almost 10 years now.

>>458209
I'd get this if I actually did stuff on the app besides occasionally post on my stories and talk to friends via DMs but honestly I don't think I really do much to show up on other people's notifications or pages… I haven't commented on anyone's stuff for a while, and most of the time don't even like posts (I'll usually save stuff though).

>>458220
Nope! I completely archived my entire feed and all the highlights I used to have. It's a completely empty public page that I only use for the stories feature. It's so strange!

No. 458230

>>458217
She defended woody allen

No. 458280

>>457354
I don’t know how, I’m afraid. I haven’t confirmed properly that I am but there’s no other explanation to dark underarms that I’ve read and my body seems ‘normal’ because my diet is already pretty good - I never drink soda and stopped putting sugar in my tea and coffee which wasn’t too hard because 1)soda is like guzzling syrup to me and 2)I drink less of those because I want to avoid staining my teeth. I don’t keep junk food in the house and only eat ice cream a few times in the summer. None of this was advice to lower my blood sugar, it’s just the way my lifestyle already is. Basically you don’t want huge spikes by dumping a sugar source on yourself at random points in time. Idk if a keto diet may help or if that’s just people applying keto to everything these days.

No. 458468

>>458280
Intermittent fasting helps with insulin resistance. I didn't even know I had it but started doing 16:8 fasts for weight loss and it was super successful, then my dr confirmed I was insulin resistant and that the fasting is a big help for it (IR also makes it super hard to lose weight).

No. 458479

>>458468
What indicates a person is IR? I had a blood test for an unrelated thing and everything was normal but idk if blood sugar was one of the things on the test. I also heard you can be resistant and have normal resting sugar levels (so it’s only noticeable when you eat?). I only eat one meal a day because I’m so sedentary and I think that’s inadvertently ‘helped’ me there although by all other standards it’s probably an unhealthy lifestyle.

No. 458498

what do people who make $90k (or equivalent on other currencies) and upwards a year do?

No. 458504

I have a friend who wants to be a cop.
I know she'd be good at it because she's the type of woman to do anything she puts her mind to.

I just don't know how to feel about it. Politics and ideas about the police structure as a whole in the US beside, beyond that, I'm worried she'll get hurt.
Not only that, but the legal/justice system seems like such a boys club. I'd hate for her to get hurt or abused in any way, and though she's strong, not try to fight or report it for fear of retaliation.

I've heard so much shit about army stuff and it just doesn't make me feel good. So, stupid question, how should I fee?

No one could ever talk her out of it, it's a a dream that's the first step in a larger dream, so I guess what should I do from here on?

No. 458506

>>457227
I assume inviting someone over because you know the place better, you could call the cops and have them take the person away from you, you could run to your neighbors (if you know them), and if you really needed to, you could stash a couple weapon/deterrents around the place

but that's just with the assumption that something could go wrong

No. 458508

What’s with majority of people are deeply into anime and not having a career/stable job. I’m not talking about liking anime, I’m more so interested in the ones so deep into cosplay and keeping up to date with each new season.

No. 458552

>>458498
IT and business

No. 458698

whats the average refractory period for the guys you guys have known and at what ages?

No. 458718

>>458508

There are unemployed neets obsessing over everything anon. Its just that the alcoholics who stay at home and watch dancing with the stars and shitty reality shows all day are not a big meme online and outside of Marvel Movies and mainstream hollywood anime is the second largest media empire there is. So of course man children and womanchilds will obsess over Anime when they are not obssesing over star wars and disney.

Its usually the jobless types who have all the free time to really get deep into a hobbie like that. And in the first world they have neetbux too so the environment enables them. Literally every hobby has them.

No. 458721

>>458508
>>458508
I assume because most of them are young and in high school or college or around that age, depends on how old they are and their situation, you can't really expect college or high school-aged kids to have a 9-5, even then most young adult americans no matter what their interest rarely ever have stable jobs due to the economy

as what >>458718 said as well

No. 458856

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Is something wrong with my brain if I've never felt motivated my entire life? I never cared about doing well in school, or getting a career, or doing anything worthwhile with my life. I've had dreams of having some type of artistic job and living in a nice house somewhere, but never have enough drive to ever accomplish anything, and I get burnt out easily. And I can spend days/weeks just sitting around doing basically nothing and not feel bad that I'm not doing something. Is it just depression, laziness, or something else? I really want to have drive, and accomplish something with my life instead of continuing to waste it.

No. 458866

>>458856
Nope, if you get burned out easily you're probably just a low energy person who doesn't see those things as important enough to be worth the hard work. To some people that's laziness or a bad thing, I just see it as prioritizing and knowing what you want out of life. As long as you're happy and at least have the drive to work/support yourself, there's nothing wrong wtih it.

No. 458885

>>458856
I'm glad you posted this because I'm the exact same. I don't have advice, but it's nice to know there are similar people.

I've been thinking about this more recently because I got a part time job which doesn't give many hours, and I'm still completely content to do nothing outside of it. I thought when I un-NEETed myself, I would change more.

No. 458947

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im in a discord server, and i want to make friends with the people in there, but everyone seem very close and familiar with each other. is it a lost cause to keep on trying to befriend them? especially since im quite shy, and i usually dont have time during the day because of school.

No. 458952

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>>458947
>anime girl gif
>discord

No. 458956

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>>458952
im not a troon i swear

No. 459050

Newfag here. Is cow behavior only milky when it happens in the public eye? Like if a normal public figure turns out to be an ex-cow do people get invested in expired milk or do they just focus on people who are currently cows?

No. 459056

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Is it lolcow behavior to still try and reach out to a friend who deleted her account a long time ago? Her name is Cat, and Basically I contacted her ex (at the time, he was the only one I knew) and a friend of hers to try and see if she’s okay or see how she’s doing, maybe even getting back into contact with her, but it didn’t work out

That is, until I met another chick who has contact with her, after said Chick texting Cat on Snapchat, it turns out she felt uncomfortable by the fact that I contacted people she knew

I didn’t really mean to, I was just worried about her(https://lolcow.farm/info)

No. 459058

>>459050
It’s more sustainable to farm cows that currently produce milk, kek. I mean, if they’ve already reformed, expired milk is just gossip and digging into a person’s past, I would guess mods would want us to talk about it in an /ot/ thread?

No. 459073

When does "vendetta" cease to be such and becomes proper milk?

No. 459078

>>459073
If the cow is a cow, it's not a vendetta. If the "cow" is more like just someone the poster doesn't like, it's a vendetta. Also factor in unhinged obsessive posting, that also seems like a vendetta.

No. 459092

How do I safely and effectively switch the time of my birth control you? I had a night shift job so my shift with from 8pm - 2am, I woke up around 4 pm so that's usually the time I would take the pill, now my shift is from 2pm - 12pm and since it's a none stop kind of thing, it's weird to have my alarm go off and have to excuse myself to take BC pills

Ik there's a 3 hour window, do I just slowly make it earlier?

No. 459094

>>459092
I just always take my bc when I wake up, sometimes I don't remember til after breakfast sometimes lunch, rare days ill remember just before dinner lol. If you've been taking it consistently for months I don't think hour fluctuations will matter much. There's been a month or two I've forgotten a day, took 2 the next day, went as normal, and fucked up and took one way later in the day, only thing it affected was when my period came. It's very regular but would come a day late but still within the 7 day break. You should be good to gradually switch it to whatever day. If you're having sex and worried just use another type of protection til you're comfortable.

No. 459113

I take sulpiride and xanax and my period has been late 22 days now. I told my doctor but he said its normal and will go back once I stop my therapy. Was anybody else here affected by sulpiride like that?

No. 459117

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Is their anyway I can turnoff this microsoft soundbar? I hate how it takes up so much screenroom and how microsoft can see all the videos I watch

No. 459283

I have like 20 piercings, and I'm about to start working in a very conservative job field. I ordered a bunch of retainers, but they hurt my ears so much? I can't work out if its the plastic or what. Has anyone else ever had this?

No. 459331

>>459283
It might be the material. I remember reading that glass is recommended instead of plastic.

No. 459338

>>459331 thanks! I'm normally really good with crappy jewellery, so I assumed it would be fine? I've worn claires earrings in most of my piercings for years, and never have changed them and I experience no reaction. I'm looking to keep the retainers in 24/7 for years as well.

No. 459352

>>459338
nta but the plastic is the material's texture not the chemical makeup.

No. 459366

>>454349
I always wondered,why prostitution is illegal while seeing and “using” prostitutes is not? If a girl prostitutes herself,why would she get in legal trouble but not the man? Is it about consenting to exachange cash for sex that is illegal? Why is there no regulation for those requesting sex ? Why isn’t it legal eveywhere and it’s still considerd a crime to sell yourself when only one side is comminting a crime ?

No. 459369

>>459366
Some Nordic countries are like that where prostitution is legal while using the service is not.

No. 459496

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i have pale skin and really long dark hair (not in a deliberately gothy lame way) and i would like to wear black or dark dresses maybe like this, simplistic, form fitting to play up the elfy thing a little (i prefer it not be form fitting but my stomach is the thinnest part of me) BUT with sneakers and possibly tights for modesty

are there any sneakers that are not bulky and fit with a 'natural' low-effort style that is not sporty, and not insta streetwear style that could work well with basic black dresses that look more 'natural' and maybe a bit more ethereal than most sneakers

No. 459628

One of my email addresses is receiving email from a half dozen dating websites as if my address was signed up. They all have different first names.

Did my email address get signed up? Phishing? Nefarious code?

No. 459695

>>459628
Have you pissed anyone off recently? This sounds like a vengeful male.

Unless the sites are fake garbage spam sites, then your email address might just be a on a list of some sort. If they are legit like match, okcupid etc it's likely the first thing.

No. 459727

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Hey guys…are jews really "evil"? I recently started dating this guy and he keeps trying to redpill me about Israel and how they are trying to save the world lol and all I keep thinking are those memes on 4chan. Anyways, what's your opinion about jews?(USER HAS BEEN PUT OUT TO PASTURE)

No. 459731

>>459727
>Any race related posts or discussion is prohibited per global rule 7.
>Repeat offenders are subject to a permanent ban from /ot/.

No. 459735

>>459496
Cocktail dress with sneakers. Ugh.
Why? That’s not streetwear it’s just terrible.

No. 459737

>>459735
it doesn't need to be a cocktail dress, just something off the shoulder and a little form fitting because my limbs are fat. i need to wear sneakers for comfort and have no real alternative around it.

No. 459739

>>459737
A dress like that will look hilarious with sneakers. Form fitting and off the shoulder are the exact features that make the dress look stupid with sneakers.
Choose a better style of dress to wear with gym shoes tbh. (If there is one)
Even designer sneakers will look silly with a dress remotely like the one you posted.

Why do you need that specific style?

No. 459740

>>459496
Keds, specifically the Champion design.

No. 459744

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>>459735
also I never said it was streetwear, I said I don't want streetwear styled sneakers.

>>459739
not necessarily, pic related looks OK and it's form fitting with sneakers, and in this case, keds.

>>459740
yes ty anon, I was considering those exact ones but I don't find them to be very comfortable. not sure why they haven't improved on making them more comfortable over the past like, 30 years. I will probably choose them if I can't find an alternative that looks similar.

No. 459753

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>>459744
another example

No. 459758

>>459753
Another example that looks meh at best.

Less/Volleys are the only option and they don’t look fantastic. Curious as to why anon has to have this exact outfit?

No. 459766

>>459758
it doesn't, necessarily, i guess. i like the breathability and freedom of dresses, compared to pants. im skinny dumpy with shapeless babyfat arms and shapeless babyfat legs and near cankles that make me look so fat if i'm not wearing something tight in the midsection so i can't just wear a loose casual outfit ever, but i also don't want to compromise on comfort for shoes, and i dont like the feeling of sandals or ballet flats. what would you guys recommend? i can't even really wear cute 90s jeans because i'm short and can easily look fat in anything and skater type or most a line dresses look weird on me too, like, they dont match my face. none of my body matches

No. 459771

>>459766
nta but I cannot fathom a body that looks good in super tight, unforgiving bodycon dresses but nothing else. Those things require a really nice body to pull off, are you sure your flaws aren't all in your head or you're overestimating how much of an improvement tight dresses are on you?

No. 459773

>>459766
get some self esteem jesus

No. 459779

>>459766
Try wearing clothes you like and not what you assume makes you most visually acceptable to strangers?

Also, if you’re actually dumpy like you say, a dress like you’ve shown will look atrocious. Off the shoulder and skin tight are two of the least flattering styles for skinny-fat.

No. 459801

Are AirPods worth the money? Thinking about getting wireless headphones cuz wired headphones get all tangly and require your phone to be in your pocket, which I generally am not equipped with

No. 459816

>>459801
I’d try some cheaper Bluetooth headphones to see if you like them before spending the money on AirPods

No. 459840

>>459496
>possibly tights for modesty
>form fitting to play up the elfy thing a little
…kek
You have narrow views on what fits you, make sure to try on a lot if styles in the fitting room.Also how does having dark hair and being pale turn you into having “an elf thing” and what does that have to do with tight clothes??

No. 459846

>>459840
It’s hard to humblebrag and call yourself an elf princess hunting for ethereal gym shoes.

No. 459855

>>459854
Not the anons you're replying to, but I have a skinny torso and thicker arms and legs. Wearing form-fitting clothes is a must.

Plenty of women have a larger torso and thin arms and legs, so when comparing to them, people will assume someone with thicker limbs carries more weight than they do.
Everything I wear is form-fitting or only slightly loose as a result.
Depending on your skintone you will look more gothic than elven. To look elven you need clothes in browns, greens, wear your hair waved, and silver jewelery.

No. 459857

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>>459854
>>459840
people make the arwen thing with the light skin and long hair even if you dont look like her tbh so i figure why not go with it? yes, for coverup and i have to battle with unattractive and irritating kp. i meant more like that i would like recommendations on "natural" sneakers and certain dark, minimalist dresses that are a little form fitting, but are more 'natural' and simple. not like, industrial/gothy or sporty, because there's really no natural/delicate and simple, but form fitting stuff that isn't either really alternative or costumey i couldnt find any decent examples quickly for op pic but, just simple stuff that is dark that can look ok with very simple sneakers that look less sporty. ive never heard of a sneaker that was meant to look 'natural' and simple other than maybe eco sneaks? for the dress i meant id prefer form fitting but also not form fitting if possible. realistically it suits the natural aesthetic better to not be form fitting, and i wish i could wear loose stuff, but if you have fat limbs you really cannot

>>459771
i know, it sounds weird, but it's a thing. shes chubby but pic related looks TERRIBLE in loose clothes because her limbs are fat while her stomach is pretty thin in comparison. im sure you can imagine why she'd look bad in loose/unfitted clothing. except unlike her no matter how low i go my limbs stay out of proportion and i retain more fat in my lower limbs, mostly lower arms, lower legs than she does, so it looks much worse. since skinnies are too uncomfortable anyways, really cute looser high waisted 90s jeans with a splaying out at the thickest part of my fat knees and calves and adding more bulk doesnt make me look thinner either

>>459855
omg thank you, exactly!! it's frustrating too because i much prefer the natural, gauzy, flowing, effortless look, but our limbs just can't handle all of the focus to be on them with no emphasis toward the waist and hip. so i'm the same, relegated to wearing form fitting things when that's really not the aesthetic i'm into. even when i'm underweight i still look so off without it. thank you, will take your advice!

No. 459861

I don’t understand the Kpop critical thread in /m. Do anons in the thread love or hate kpop? Scrolling through it, I honestly can’t tell. Both maybe? Someone on the inside, what’s the scoop

No. 459875

>>459861
A lot of kpop fans have a favourite group and hate everyone else because they are competition. Or they just face so much exposure to groups they don't like/give a shit about it's inevitable they will develop an opinion on and discuss them.

No. 459984

Did Gracie from Mommy and Gracie YouTube channel (now Mommy’s world) go trans? What the fuck

No. 459987

I was watching this video and I got triggered by the blonde and gray haired girls; is it mysoginistic I find the way they talk so annoying? I couldn't even finish the video

No. 459999

>>459987
>Finebros
I won't watch the video because they're scummy and I don't want to give them another view. It wouldn't surprise me if the people in their videos are also intolerable. There isn't anything wrong with disliking somebody. On top of that there is no such thing as an invalid reason to dislike somebody. Don't let the uWu crowd tell you your opinion is wrong, or that you aren't even allowed one.

No. 460013

Why isn't chinese entertainment more popular? I've never come across a "Chinaboo", despite being the biggest they lose against their east asian neighbours.
C-pop also features girl group and boy group idols, they also have cheesy dramas and variety shows, yet the vast majority of people are only interested in Korea and Japan. One would think that neet girls and guys with yellow fever would also flock to them, but that doesn't seem to be the case…?
Before anybody says politics, the typical weeb or kboo usually doesn't care about that either, so that can't be it.

No. 460020

>>460013
A lot of the pop culture from China that'd appeal to the west seems to be derivative of Japan and Korea.
Plus, the latter countries have their niches. Japan has anime and alt fashion, Korea has pop idols and dramas, and China seems more of a jack of all trades, master of none. Nothing specific putting it on the map.

No. 460021

Why do anons in Onion's /pt/ thread call him Jimmy? Is that his real name instead of Greg?

No. 460022

>>460020
>China seems more of a jack of all trades, master of none
Nta but yeah I think this is one of the main reasons

No. 460024

>>460021
his faggot ass changed his name legally to James and Taylor changed hers to Kai to disassociate like on Google searches and whatnot from their previous offenses.

he named them both after Evan Peter's characters in ahs bc he liked Evan peters' characters or something. he's so pathetic and suggestible to whatever media he's binging atm. at least don't rip off both names from ahs, you retard.

No. 460026

You know when you eat something really sour and you get this kind of "pain" in your jaw when you first taste it? Does anyone get that feeling sometimes when you haven't eaten food for a bit (doesn't matter what food)? If so what is it called?

No. 460027

>>460026
Probably a bit of tooth decay under the gum line, dentist time.

No. 460030

>>460026
I've tried to figure this out too but all I've found online on forums is that it might just be your saliva glands kicking into high gear at the food entering your mouth. Not sure if that's the true answer, but it makes sense.

No. 460032

>>460026
Dunno what it's called but I get it randomly when I'm thirsty and that sets off a saliva mechanism I guess?

Some fruits that aren't sour randomly do it to me too like bananas

No. 460038

>>460013
It's because Chinese is a terrible sounding language, and because nobody bothers to rip or translate whatever for a foreign audience.

No. 460043

>>459857
Unfortunately I don't think dresses look good with sneakers at all. It's always gonna end up looking kinda dumpy, especially with something that is form-fitting. >>459753 looks okay-ish but it would have looked actually good with a shoe that is semi-smart like the dress itself.

If you go for a two piece outfit that has waist definition you'll find sneakers go a lot more naturally. Crop tops that show your waist are also an option since you're slimmest there. Shorts always look good with sneakers, they're a natural match. Shorts that are high-cut but with flaring leg holes might work since you seem to describe yourself as heavier in the lower legs? It's like a reverse flare leg jean, might make your lower part look more proportionate by giving your thighs more volume. Not sure but worth trying some outfits right?

Do bangles or shawls flatter you? I like wearing a kimono or cardigan off one shoulder for an asymmetrical flowy look and it helps give my form-fitting outfits some life. As for the bracelet idea I have never used those but they're kinda fun and might make your lower arms seem slimmer since they'd be loose. Like tricking the eye into thinking your arms are so thin the bracelet is moving freely… make sense?

Hope this helped even a little bit.

No. 460068

>>460026
Yeah, pretty sure it's your salivary glands overloading a bit. Though I get it with sweet fruits, once my jaw swelled up so huge I went to the doctor because I bit into a strawberry and the gland got blocked. It went away really quick and didn't hurt but it was so bizarre.

No. 460075

>>460026
Yeah. Also accidentally gleeking when it happens. Always the submandibular and parotid saliva glands. Now and then mine will ache like crazy after vinegar or sour stuff.

No. 460081

People in the Lillee Jean thread keep demanding she get her teeth "fixed". What exactly would that entail? I have a few baby teeth and a lot of gaps but dentists have always told me that I'll have those baby teeth for life and there's nothing they can do (if they pulled them, there might not be anything above them to come down in its place) and that my teeth will just "sort themselves out" when my wisdom teeth come down. I also hate the idea of shaving teeth down to little stubs in order to get veneers but is that what people think Lillee should do?

No. 460082

>>459861
most people in that thread are previous kpop fans / followed korean pop music entertainment for years so they congregate to talk shit because anywhere else people will shut you down for it irl or online.

t. old kpop boomer

No. 460097

>>460082

I have no idea about anything related to kpop except that every time i skimp over the thread the farmers there seem to be really intense and going at each other lol. Twitter is even worse, everytime a kpop tags shows up is very intense, the threads seem very intense to say the least.

No. 460102

>>460082
you can do that in the regular thread on here too. those threads are both the same when you look at them.

No. 460103

>>460081
I'm one of those people. I thought she'd be a perfect candidate for veneers.

No. 460196

>>460103
Veneers indeed. Her teeth are halfway there already.

No. 460233

how come whenever I pull an all-nighter, my body has a hard time regulating its temperature the second day? like I am so cold right now even though I've been under the covers I just have those… sleep-deprived chills. And probably at some point today I'll have to walk 10 feet and my body will seize the opportunity to enter the beginning stages of heat stroke.

I'm obvi dramatizing, I just notice that whenever I stay up all night (not often) my internal thermostat is like, "okay seriously wtf just happened??? how dare you? I'm running the show today bc your dumbass can't even fall asleep right" and then it just enters metronome mode and I Suffer

No. 460252

>>460233
I imagine it's just to do with energy levels, similar to how skipping meals lowers your temp too. Eating a big meal could help for a bit

No. 460283

Why can't I find a dog to adopt in California? Shelters in my area seem to have 30 cats and like one or two dogs (pitbulls, so I'm not interested.)

No. 460292

>>460081

Veneers need replacing over your lifetime and will out-cost an implant.

No. 460350

What's up with uwu? I've seen people use it since 2014 at least. I thought it was a weird fad but it's become more popuplar than ever. Even normies are using it.

No. 460357

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>>460350

I was a weeby animu kid around 2007 and i remember it already being a thing. Its been teenage cringespeak for a long time, right now is probably more associated to furry zoomers and exceptionally snowflaky individuals.

No. 460512

>>460252
I was right I had to walk from one end of campus to the other and back and my body was like WHAT the FUCK lol

strangely I wasn't sleepy all day and it's midnight and I'm in bed wide awake. My hips and knees are really really sore though.

No. 460528

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Anons who wear makeup, what do you think of women who rarely wear it?

No. 460533

>>460528
Nothing, I run into countless women without makeup every day of my life.

No. 460534

>>460350
>>460357
always thought it was some ironic tumblrspeak

No. 460559

I don't live in America, so I'm curious for those who do - on september 11, what do you and your family/friends do? What does your town/city do to pay respects and stuff? Do people still care about it or ignore it, or just go along with it? Is it considered taboo to shrug it off?

No. 460567

>>460559
At the school I work at, there's an optional moment of silence you can attend by the flag pole. A few words are spoken. That's it.

No. 460571

>>460528
Don't care and I doubt most people really do unless you are in high school

No. 460574

Whatever happened to Shay Carl?

No. 460577


No. 460582

>>460577
Oh so he's just a scumbag like 99% of dudes who hide behind their wackjob religions. Too bad Collette can't get out.

No. 460597

Not so long ago, someone asked for a pic where you could see several books about "learning to draw", and I think they were a part of a method for improving your drawing skills faster.

I feel so dumb but does someone know where that post or pic is? I can't find it…

No. 460608

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>>460597
Maybe this one?

No. 460613

Aimed at people who hate kids; why do you find it okay to hold prejudice against a huge portion of the global population, when it is generally agreed on that prejudice against ethnic/racial/gender is unethical? And why is it also so largely accepted to just straight up hate kids and call them dehumanising/derogatory names (like crotch droppings, goblin, etc.)

No. 460619

>>460608
Yes yes yes thank you so much!!!!!!!! Based anon

No. 460633

>>460613
I don't hate kids but I think noise is often what's off putting to people and they slowly start picking up the language of crotch goblin etc when kids cry or tantrum in public

I'm uncomfortable around kids because I have a hearing condition makes me very sensitive to the high pitched noises that come along with toddlers. I find shopping painful if the timing works out bad but then it's not a kids fault that I'm sensitive to noise

No. 460654

Who is the older guy with the long hair that keeps on getting posted as OP images of threads?

No. 460682

>>460613
a lot of people cannot seem to empathize with children and it kind of scares me.

No. 460692

>>460654
He was one of the founders of lolcow who moved on to do other stuff. Just think of him as a much more successful version of moot.

No. 460700

>>460528
I don't care, and usually don't care to notice unless they're someone that I fancy.

No. 460758

Where can I read fiction books online for free?

No. 460777

>>460758
Steal them

No. 460786

>>460777
that's what she's tryin to do, anon. but where

No. 460793

>>460758
The New York public library has an app called 'SimplyE' on the app store where you can borrow digital ebooks. You don't need to be a NYC library card to borrow the books. Only downside is that you'll have to reborrow the books if you take too long to read them, but that's not really a problem unless you're going after really popular books.

That, or just trying googling up pdfs I guess lol.

No. 460794

>>460758

library genesis, freebookspot, the pirate bay, even just googling "name of the book" + pdf will give you a pdf link in the results.

t. third world poorfag.

No. 460795

>>460758
oceanofpdf

No. 460796

>>460758
i don't know of anywhere where you can read in the browser, but mobilism.org is where i download most of my ebooks. I organize them on my pc with calibre and read them on my phone with moon+ reader.

https://forum.mobilism.org/index.php - you need to create a login to search and make sure you install ad blocker because the files are hosted on slightly dodgy sites.
https://calibre-ebook.com/

No. 460801

>>460613

I just don't like kids, its my opinion which i am entitled to. People are allowed (in paper at least) to be prejudiced about anything or anyone they don't like, opinions are hard to police and should not be.

Hating a kid? sure, punching or verbally abusing a kid? holy shit, no,, but just being biased in your personal opinion against something isn't a problem, no one can possibly force me to like kids when i don't and my opinion on the topic will remain the same for as long as i feel like. Next thing you know people are not allowed to dislike raisins or troons or dogs, like if the dog hate thread means anything irl to dogs or their owners.

Some anons have scathing reviews on things other anons like and find precious, its only natural.

No. 460806

>>460758
libgen depending on the category you select
also, #bookz on irc is great and easy to use

No. 460812

>>460801
Except that literally everyone was at some point a kid and it’s weird for a species to hate their own offspring

No. 460831

>>460801
I think its depressing and unempatheitc especially since LC is a place where we say be empathetic to women, and many children are females and still have the female experience.

I remember being a kid and how it was like, and what it felt like to be a child, it wasnt fun, I didnt ask to be born, but I was, and I had to deal with being a kid, and experiencing things, in my new mind and new being as someone not used to the world and its way yet, how vulnerable and innocent it is, and also delicate, makes me feel hurt that adult s would have hated me for that time. If people can see hating women is bad, why not children a even more delicate time?

No. 460834

Who's the guy in vent thread and why is he there?

No. 460845

>>460812
When people say "ugh I hate kids" they usually just mean that they find all the noise unpleasant or the unpredictability/hyperactivity can be draining to be around. They just don't enjoy the company of kids.

No. 460847

>>460795

is this site still up? is there a new url? i can't seem to find a link to access it. The .org one doesn't open.

No. 460857

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When would you even wear a top like this out? I really love this blouse and found a dupe on amazon for $20 and I'm very tempted to get it, but I don't even know when I would get the chance to wear it… it seems way too dressy/fancy for a casual day out shopping. I don't really indulge in nightlife either which I would think would probably be the next most common appropriate time to wear it.

No. 460862

>>460801
I don't like kids, the most interaction I have with kids is when i'm out and a friendly kid will wave or say hi cos they're at that talkative stage, and I say hi back and then mom smiles, everybody is happy and that's the most interaction I ever really want with a kid. I can only find them pleasant in very small doses

I'm hardly a monster or affecting anybody negatively

No. 460864

>>460857
stuff like this is for one of 3 people, two you already counted out

>people who dress to the nines to do menial errands

>people who hang out at nightclubs or nice bars
>instathots

No. 460874

>>460864
Well fuck me because I scrubbed my instagram clean earlier this year and refuse to post on it anymore. I wasn't an instathot to begin with, but now there's really no point for me to buy it lol. Thanks for saving me from spending $20 on a top that'll never see the light of day.

No. 460892

>>460847
Fuck now that you mention it I can't access it either. Last time I went on I binge downloaded about 50 books and I still have plenty to read. Guess I'll have to go on weird Russian sites again.

No. 460903

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>>460528
Okay, secondary question: what makeup looks are most/least tasteful? What kinds of looks are "too much" for every-day wear?

No. 460914

>>460903
it's really up to your discretion, anon. it's all about what you look good in and are comfortable with.

No. 461020

How did you guys find this place? I think I stumbled upon it years ago when I was looking up whatever happened to Kiki Kannibal, lost interest, then rediscovered it later when I was trying to figure out how TooPoor acquired so much clout. Now, years later, I’m fully pink pilled and know way too much about people like Shayna.

Also my questions about TooPoor and Kiki Kannibal remain unanswered kek

No. 461025

>>461020
someone linked the momokun thread and stayed for /ot/

No. 461030

>>461020

Found Kiwi because of Chris Chan, stayed there because i got addicted to random drama and cows and eventually saw someone mentioning this place in a random thread.

No. 461041

>>461020
PnP mentioned a “hate forum” so I googled her name, found LC, and stuck around for my daily drama dose. Eventually I start reading /ot/ and /g/ and learned how to properly post lmao

No. 461043

>>461020
It was on /cgl/ a few years ago, someone mentioned an artist I follow in a thread about either cosplay or artist alleys and shit talked her. I was curious because said artist posted less and less often and her art became shittier and an anon said that drama and vendetta threads weren't allowed anymore and to go back to lolcow.

I found a few cows interesting once I started lurking but their threads aren't entertaining anymore. And the artist had old petty drama between her artist friends and her but she wasn't that milky all things considered. Maybe that anon was an irl "friend" venting on /cgl/ and not a farmer. I only post on /ot/ and /m/ and only read threads about a few specific cows nowadays.

No. 461054

>>461020
Staminarose migrant who came here after /cgl/ implemented the "no drama" rule.
I quickly fell in love with /b/(now /ot/) because even on 'girlboards' on 4chan there'd never be any women related topics without shitposting and trolling. At least here while the moderation can get heavy-handed at times, there's at least some method to the madness.

No. 461103

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>>454542
You are not really lactose intolerant, you just have sensitive stomach.

>>454979
Yes.

>>455037
Avoid drugs and alcohol.

>>455420
Fuck 'em. (Not literally) Life goes on.

>>455978
No. You have low libido due to reasons. Don't worry about it.

>>455980
No.

>>456011
Because you're immature.

>>456696
Yes they do. Shit happened and it was sad.

>>456964
A mutt.

>>457107
Abstinence.

>>457201
Nothing.

>>457519
First they apply the art of psychological profiling and then the art of pattern recognition.

>>457527
That's just bullshit, don't dwell on it, it takes less energy to come up with retarded shit than to explain or debunk it.

>>457788
Don't play by their rules, pirate songs and listen them on old mp3 player, smash your phone against a brick wall.

>>458504
She wants to feel actually useful. Its a traumatic, ungrateful job, but someone has to do it. Genuine altruism is a rare thing, so it makes her especially beautiful, until her face gets disfigured that is..

>>458698
No such thing as "refractory period".

>>459056
Wash your dishes.

>>459113
That is normal compared to that therapy.

>>459117
Install Linux.

>>459984
No, just pretending due to reasons that ere even more disgusting.

>>460283
Koreans adopt them before others get the chance.

>>460834
That's Billy, he's an misanthrope, he likes to experiment on people.

No. 461106

>>461020
Started on PULL and heard someone mention lolcow as being more offensive and I loved it

No. 461127

>>461020
I came here from staminarose, but I honestly don't remember how I found sr. I wasn't a seagull at any point, just interested in cows like pt and cwc.

No. 461136

>>461020
I was originally looking for 'alternative' imageboards because, while I like imageboards, 4chan has become a retarded /pol/, shitpost circlejerk. I found CC first and I was fascinated by the idea of an entirely female space online. Then I found PULL and ironically they linked to some milk in lolcow and I was here to stay.

No. 461145

>>461020
Got linked to crystalcafe through /co/ on 4chan and then to here, just a few months ago.
I don't give a shit about the drama boards at all.

No. 461159

>>461020
When Sunny/Yaya embryoe/godinthreepersons got a thread made about them they linked to the threads talking abt how “all these haters smoke mids”. I found the site interesting because I’m really interested in other people’s lives, and I’m not necessarily into all the snark (most of it well deserved), I just like follows the cows lives for the lulz.

No. 461163

>>461020
Literally googled ‘I hate Baylee Jae’

Sometimes I wonder if I’d be less bitter if I didn’t have other women to shit talk others with

No. 461194

Is Braco the face of /ot/ now?
I'm scared

No. 461196

If someone sweats a lot in their sleep, is there anything you can do about it? My boyfriend sweats soooo much, even with the fan and A/C on or in winter with the window cracked.. it’s so grossss, I literally try my best not to even touch him at night lol.

No. 461200

>>461196
Might be a health problem, gently nudge him about that

No. 461212

>>461020
Kiki, stayed because it’s a hellhole but at least it’s honest about being a hellhole without the 4chan approach of autism

No one here posts porn and it’s decently moderated besides the time I got accused of samefagging this place is harsh but fair, in the lowest of my depression reading random bullshit here made time pass easily.

No. 461213

>>461196
He can get shots for it that are almost pun free (botox)

Or it could be his diet

>>460903

Nude, work friendly fresh face.

Think a step above boy beat

No. 461218

Im going back to my country in a few days and im wondering how tf do I stay as active as i was here?? I live in a big city in the US with a lot of suburban sprawl and little sidewalks and little shit to do unless you go on a bus for an hour to get there or drive there for 30 mins with an inactive family. I have been in the best physical shape I have been in my life but I feel like as soon as I eat the US food and get back into its semi inactive lifestyle im just gonna look like a puddle of fat again.

No. 461231

What the heck should a bride wear to a courthouse wedding? There's gonna be lots of pictures and my family and friends will be there so I want to look nice but I don't know what's too much or not enough. I'm really hopeless about this stuff because I was in an awkward horse girl phase fashion-wise for way too much of my life but I would like to wear a dress or something suitable.

No. 461234

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>>461231
i really love sue wong's stuff, or cache beaded gowns. i think you can find something reasonably priced that's not overly done by both of them. pic related is a sue wong dress on ebay rn, so pretty

No. 461245

>>461234
This but try not wearing white at a wedding.

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>>461245
she's the bride though anon

>>461234
another sue wong. idk if youll like this but her stuff is affordable and i think is not too much, visually for a courthouse wedding

No. 461250

>>461231
My mum wore a stunning pantsuit and hat to her courthouse wedding, she looked gorgeous in the video

Just wear whatever suits your personality best and makes you feel beautiful anon, who gives a fuck about setting? It’s still your wedding day

No. 461256

>>461250
>>461248
>>461234
Thanks anons! I really do like the look of the slinky flowing dresses that have been linked though I did consider a pantsuit too. What are your opinions on the bride wearing black? I'm just not comfortable in white dresses (or light colours in general) for a number of reasons, but I'm worried it'll come off as edgy.

No. 461277

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>>461256
>>461256
i don't plan to wear white to my wedding either. nothing wrong with that. it's your day anyways, wear the color that you feel comfortable with, anon. and yes, any color can look great for a wedding, either full black or partial or red, just depends on the type of dress and how it's executed imo. congrats and im sure you'll look great in whatever you choose. honestly as long as you don't deck yourself out in gothy or steampunk accessories or go for a "steampunk" or go for designers that are specifically targeting "goths", it won't look tacky or edgy. choose a black dress from a decent designer, imo, rather than subculture designers, their stuff is poorly constructed and it shows

No. 461279

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>>461277
sry for the dress spam in advance guys

No. 461326

>>460692
No really, I'm talking about the vent thread op pic guy. Who is he?

No. 461331

>>461326
braco, he's a croatian dude who "heals" people by staring/gazing

No. 461355

>>460613
I strongly dislike kids. But for me it's just a set of personality traits that I really dislike, for example loudness, wanting attention, not being able to do stuff on your own, not knowing the unspoken rules of the culture etc.

These grind my gears with adults, but mostly adults have more to them besides these negative traits. Or not, and then I won't like them.

No. 461381

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How do you strictly make out with someone? I can never kiss a guy and it just be a kiss. It always leads to neck kisses (my one true weakness) which leads me to go insane as i whip a titty out and coax him to suck it. Which always leads to a guy wanting me to jerk him off. Its worse if I kiss his neck back because then they think that means I should suck their dicks. Its annoying as hell. How do I stop myself from being a horny fuckwad? Is there a pill I can take? Im more so annoyed at the fact that a guy cant just make out with me, suck a little titty without then needing to cum! Like dude its not about you!!

No. 461382

>>460613
Hate's a strong word. I think most people dislike them rather than genuinely, truly hate them.

I don't hate kids, I just strongly dislike their behavior(ial tendencies) and noisy nature. That's nothing personal against kids, they can't help it and I know that.

Anyway I do think there's a large difference between holding prejudice against kids vs ethnicity/race/gender because kids will grow up, it's not a permanent state of being like your ethnicity/race/gender is.

No. 461384

>>461381
No one really just makes out and leaves it at that unless they're a virgin teenager. It's very normal to go, okay, might as well cum while we're here. That said if you're mad that it becomes more about the guy, 69 or something. You deserve to nut too.

No. 461389

>>461381
Get used to saying no

Him taking his dick out doesn't mean you have to touch it

No. 461391

>>460528 I think "good for them".

People seem to think that not wearing make-up is generally looked down upon but as a student I notice the complete opposite: people often hate on girls that wear make-up at uni, especially when it's early in the morning.

No. 461394

>>461331
Thank you!

No. 461407

>>461381
>whip a titty out and coax him to suck it
That's not making out that's straight up foreplay, of course they think you want to fuck it would be like him pulling out half of his ballsack and then getting confused as to why you think he wants blown. Just use your words like a damn adult and say that's as far as you want to go.

No. 461437

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Who tf is this loser and why am I seeing him everywhere please someone tell me I feel I'm driving mad

No. 461453

>>461381
Literally just say no or pull away.

No. 461456

>>461437
braco blick

No. 461458

>>461407
>>461389
>>461384
same anon thanks for the advice and tips ladies. Yall are right I need to grow up i was just a late bloomer and i havent had a real boyfriend yet so idk how any of its supposed to go down. Like do you let him suck your titties after the 3rd date or do you wait longer? When is a good time to finally suck his dick??? I dont know man Im probably just gonna die alone or or live long enough for hot androids to be invented and my hot android boyfriend to be made lol

No. 461461

>>461458
Just follow your gut anon. If you want to fuck him, do it. If something tells you not to, say no and he better listens or I'll come to whip his ass.

No. 461464

>>461453
>>461437
I thought this was in response to this and died

No. 461477

>>461458
The /g/ board has some good sex advice boards and alot of sex newbs asking similar. Could be useful to read over.

It also has alot of women who've been sexually active for a few years and are jaded/unimpressed by men and sex..

Good luck anon lol

No. 461486

how do you girls have sex if you're naturally very hairy? my hair grows back the next day, got back, butt, & hair on every inch of my body. do women just get full body waxes? t.virgin

No. 461490

>>461486
We're all hairy lesbians here dontcha know? embrace the full body hair look

No. 461495

>>461486
I date men who aren't going to act like I'm a leper because I'm not freshly waxed and plucked 100% of the time. If a man is decent he honestly won't make a big deal out of you having stubbly legs sometimes, anon.

No. 461497

How do people get doxxed?

No. 461500

>>461495
I've had long term relationships where I simply said early on that I might feel like shaving every couple of weeks but that's it, get used to it or don't

No. 461518

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>>461486
I don't, I just don't date people who can't handle natural body hair on women. There is a lot of dumb squeamish men out there now because of porn and photoshop and what not, but if a man can't handle hair then it's a real turn-off for me.
Body hair ftw.

No. 461523

>>461486
I just don’t date men who can fit handle hair lmao. I don’t shave, period. I might trim my pubes every now n then, but generally I’m pretty bushy. I’ve run into assholes who expect me to shave and whine when I refuse, but I’ve also met plenty of guys who don’t care or even love it.

No. 461528

>>461518

But a lot of men do shave off their body hair, i live in hot tropical weather and i would not tolerate a dude that doesn't groom very well and that includes shaving or at least trimming their smelly hairy asses. I am not a huge fan of hairy backs and hairy chests either, it reminds me of some tacky 70s porn star when some men want to show off their stash.

I never found not shaving something so life changing as some other girls make it out to be, some act like shaving is the worst chore ever. I always feel better, fresher and cleaner when i am shaved.

No. 461530

>>461528
i love hairy men and guys that give off the 70s porn star vibe (mustaches included) lmao i'm a barbarian

No. 461532

>>461528
Where I live (not hot) most guys are insulted if you ask them to even trim their pubes

I personally hate shaving my legs so leave them alone but hair in other places annoys me after a while so I shave but pretty infrequently

No. 461534

>>461528
Yeah people have different tastes. I like hair and shaving is a boring chore. So let's not date each other anon heh.

No. 461581

>>461497
Usually they have shared their info online themselves and someone puts two and two together to find said info. For example they use same username everywhere, and people google that and find a profile that links to their real life. If you do not share your name, address and so on online people can't dox you

No. 461613

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>>461530
I love hairy men too, I think a really hairy chest is the sexiest thing.

No. 461632

Personally I think trimming armpits and crotches with a hair trimmer from time to time is a great idea, because those get sweaty. Kind of a must in summer. But having arm and leg hair is harmless, not dirty or smelly, so I see no reason for doing it.

No. 461657

>>461632
i shave but i think it's weird to do your arms

No. 461713

>>461518
Agreed, I use to fuck my shit up shaving, now I just keep a small bush and my boyfriend loves it bc it just looks more womanly and it's kinda cute in a 50s porn star way

No. 461720

What does "Somebody told me you had a boyfriend who looks like a girlfriend, that I had in February of last year" mean? Is the singer implying the person the song is about's current boyfriend resembles his ex gf? That the boyfriend that looks like a girlfriend is the ex bf of the singer? Or that the singer's ex gf is FtM and now became the current bf of the one being sung to? This song puzzles me every time.

No. 461723

>>461720
I imagine that the point of those lyrics were to sound good and also to be complicated enough to make someone double take just as you are now. Also my bet is on your first interpretation.

No. 461726

>>461720
According to songmeanings.com, the general consensus is that the song is about being exhausted/frustrated by writing/producing an album —

“The chorus is a metaphor. After spending hours on a song, somebody told you the song sounds too much like like a song that was written by another artist. "It's not confidential" it's been playing on the radio. But don't worry, with a bit of re-write your song as potential.
"[Chorus]
Well somebody told me you had a boyfriend
Who looked like a girlfriend
That I had in February of last year
It's not confidential, I've got potential"

No. 461738

>>461720
It literally says he likes a girl but someone told him she already has a boyfriend (who looks like a girl he dated last year, makes sense since fashion was very metrosexual at the time). He's frustrated and wants a chance with her.

No. 461768

>>461720
It's a metaphor.
The girl he's talking to stole lyrics or composition from a song he was writing in February of last year, and she just changed the parts he said 'girl' to 'boy'.

No. 461789

makeup anons, what foundation should i get for medium coverage, dewy no makeup makeup look? i want to use it everyday for uni.
>i've been using ga luminous silk but wont repurchase because no money
>tried chanel vitalumière acqua but wont cover my redness

No. 461790

>>461789
What's your budget? For cheap I like the Wet n Wild Cushion Foundation it just needs to be sheered out a little. Pixi also makes a nice gel based tinted moisturizer. If you don't mind spending more money Bare Minerals and Laura Mercier make very nice tinted moisturizers too.

No. 461799

>>461497
Someone activates hackerman mode on them. You better fucking watch it.

No. 461817

>>454349
Why are weebs so greasy irl?
Every weeb that I've ever met was a greasy bastard and it is mental.

No. 461871

>>458947
Discord sucks. Don't even bother trying.

No. 461911

>>461817
Unironically I think they're mentally ill. Mentally ill people love to drown themselves in escapism, like watching anime, to forget about their shitty lives and mentally ill people are bad at taking care of their hygiene

No. 461920

>>461817
>>461911
I think some just don't know how. If there was a popular anime literally about hygiene with step by step tutorial episodes and hygienic merchandise, we'd see more clean weebs lmao.

No. 461927

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>>461920

The dudes know though, they simply are that fucking lazy. I used to go to a local gaming store often and the magic players are simply like that, even when management and other player ask specifically for people to be considerate with their hygiene because it gets really bad on tournaments when lots of them are in a cramped space they don't take a hint.

Most come from middle class families and receive good education, even do well in school, they are simply filthy lazy edgy and inconsiderate assholes.

No. 461928

>>461871
nta but what do ppl do these days

No. 461948

Idk if this is a stupid question or a vent lmao sorry
Why does it seem like most girls here avoid bi guys like the plague? My boyfriend is bi and it doesn’t negatively affect our relationship at all, but when I read stuff on here… it’s like a red flag if a guy has slept with other men. Do they just not believe true bisexuality is a thing or is it a fear that a bi guy might like trans people and that’s what’s unacceptable?

No. 461952

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>>461948

Scared of them trooning out, also, if they turn out to be cheating you with other dudes the chances of him passing AIDS down to you are a real concern.

No. 461953

>>461911
It's autism. Autistic people don't like changing their routine for anything and struggle to be considerate to others and anime and gaming are full of spergemasters.

No. 461957

>>461948
Because a bi guy wants a dick in his ass and a cock in his mouth. Unless you want to get creative with dildos, you're never gonna provide what he craves. Bi men get bored, they cheat, and if they're particularly effeminate they tend to troon out.

No. 461958

>>461957
Isn't that the bullshit they say about bi women? Oh wait I forgot this place is full of gay women who despise bi women lmao.

No. 461962

>>461958
When a straight man dates a bi woman, is he necessarily repulsed by the thought of his woman making out and scissoring with another woman? Be honest with yourself.

No. 461963

>>461958
Why would a gay woman avoid dating bi guys because of bi women

No. 461964

>>461963
Good catch anon. Mental gymnastics.

No. 461968

>>461948
Any bi guys I've dated have just been anal obsessed and cheaters so my personal experience has put me off dating another, but I believe some are fine

I had shitstorm after shitstorm with one fucking crossdressers behind my back and refusing to get tested while I'm freaking out over the possibility of hiv. I actually contracted HPV from him and had a cervical cancer scare and two years of extra smears and ongoing worry

Then shortly after leaving him a bi male friend wanted to fuck me and after I turn him down I find out the next day he has STD symptoms and was waiting on test results at the same time that he's trying to dick me

No. 461973

>>461948
I think a lot of women just find it a turn off if a man has or has had gay sex or is turned on by it. I am, but I wouldn't call men gross for it I just wouldn't want to date them.

No. 461978

>>461973
Or if they're the kind of bi guy to like receiving anal it can be more about that than the bi part. I've dated straight guys that want their asses played with and I just can't keep feelings after that

No. 461997

>>461973
this is how i feel. i believe men can be bisexual and i don't hate them for it or anything, but i'm only attracted to straight men. a man being attracted to other men is unattractive to me.

No. 462004

>>461948
I like MMF threesomes so being with a bi guy is a plus, I'm dating one rn I don't notice any red flags, he doesn't push anal on me, he's pretty sane and doesn't have any out of the ordinary kinks

No. 462023

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>>461948
I’m a bi female and I won’t ever go with any bi males. I don’t care if it’s a stereotype, because IME it’s true! Most “bi” males are scared of being considered gay, tend to be more attracted to men than women, they tend to cheat, and are well-known male whores.

No thank you to that dumpster fire.

No. 462031

>>461497
Depends.
-People can put together pieces of online history. Just by saying what time it is you eliminate the fact you live in 70% of the rest of the world. Your native tongue, if a certain place is near you, what the weathers like. It can all add up . You should shut up about anything area specific or be sure to give lots of red hearings
-If you are a public figure they could find your address from sites that track that. If you google your name their is a high chance you can find a "X's adress is XXX, phone numebr XX" (Been Verified, Smart Zip and Intelius) type site.
-They can also find you from random articles or legal papers you appeared in. Stuff like "x" went to our collage, snippets from news papers, or friend mentioning you on FB posts.
-Meta data on photos (though some sites wipe this)
>https://paranoidsbible.tumblr.com/post/160173700334/the-paranoids-bible-20

It's not one thing it's years of posts combined to doxx. Also this is more of a personal opinion, but only like popular things if you want to avoid a dox. If anything has less than 10,000 views people will connect the two.

No. 462032

>>462023
My experience with dating bi males is that they want to date women to look normal but then they resent those women for not having the same sex drive a guy would have

Oh and they cheat and then play dumb when you catch something from them, charming

No. 462035

>>462023
Bi woman here, similar experience. Some of them are cool but a lot of them seriously believe it's OK for them to cheat because they deserve the best of both worlds or whatever.

No. 462048

>>462023
Echoing other anons, I've dated one bisexual guy and will never do that again. He actually accused me of not accepting his sexuality when I told him I would definitely consider it cheating if he wanted to fuck around with another guy during our relationship.

No. 462050

>>461948
I don't think there is something wrong with them, I think it is just "icky" for lack of better word that they have been with men. I don't know why that is, I wouldn't mind dating another bi women that has been with men. I guess it might be a lite-homophobia type thing with me, but also I don't consider it a big deal so I don't work to change it.

No. 462052

Are incels racists and white nationalists?

No. 462054

>>462052
Probably not all of them but there is some overlap due to boards they frequent as well as general rage, victim mentality, and love of scapegoating. Some notable incels I've seen discussed on here were also racist /pol/tards.

No. 462055

what is the motivation behind horny boys and asking for hugs? why do they want hugs so bad??

No. 462056

>>462052

Not at all, a ton of them are far left and use the same anti capitalistic rhetoric but applied to sex. Its either nazis or communist always.

No. 462069

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Does anyone know how i can get nice warm lighting like this girls videos?

I bought a soft box but it just makes me look very white and ugly.

No. 462070

>>462069
Do you have a light diffuser or like a frosted type material you can hang over the light? Also I think she turns the contrast and exposures down on her camera too so you could try that too? Also it might be the white light that’s causing the harsh lighting so maybe some yellow or warm toned lighting can help too

No. 462088

do rly cute romances actually exist? like…the ones in television and movies etc where you meet someone perfect for you.

No. 462089

>>462055
makes their peepee tingle

No. 462102

>>462069
Get warmer toned lights, you can also tweak colors in editing or white balance on your camera.

No. 462112

can you suddenly become a sociopath? i recently realized that i really don't care about people and i am a two faced bitch

No. 462124

>>462112
it's more likely that you've been an asshole the whole time and didn't realise it.

No. 462217

>>462112
Might just be a personality disorder

No. 462220

Is there like a simple straightforward guide to personal hygiene?
I will admit - I am gross. I wasn't taught those things as a kid (my mom used to tell me that taking a shower once a week is okay which… ugh grossss) and as a teen I was too mentally ill to keep up with a schedule and now my entire being is a mess of grease and pimples and I am finally pissed at myself and tired enough to fix it.

Also. How do I stay motivated to keep up with things? I have no strength of will, I always forget shit, so I can stick to something maybe for a week at most. It's embarassing at this point. I am in my twenties and I can't just stick with a sleep schedule or using one skincare product.

No. 462240

>>462220
I mean a shower once a day is the accepted standard in most first world countries. If you can manage that, splashing your face with water in the morning and teeth brushing twice a day.. you should be presentable

When I was a kid my parents got me to have a bath once a week too, I had friends that were the same and I think for a kid that's not insane cos they don't sweat or smell in the same way as adults. As soon as you hit puberty though it's diff

If you're in your twenties and struggling with washing/sleeping patterns are you getting proper psych help? Have you had an evaluation to diagnose you?

No. 462249

>>462240
Thanks! I just… can't figure it out and googling seems even more shameful.
My dad used to wash his hair maybe once a month. It wasn't great. But I thought it was normal.

I have had psychiatric help. I have severe/clinical depression (not sure what the terminology is in other countries, but it's "major depressive disorder" I think?) among other less pressing things, such as a personality disorder and minor psychotic stuff. I've been medicated since I was 13 but it seems I am resistent to it as no drug has ever made me better.
I struggle with motivation and keeping up a lot. Have been all my life, it's extremely hard and it's only gotten worse. But therapy doesn't really help either. I know I should do those things, but I find myself just… not doing them. Silently yelling at myself that I should get up and go pee at least and continuing staring into the wall. Or I just forget to go to sleep. Or forget to eat for a day or two. It's ridiculous. It's fucking bad. I know about the things I should do, I know the reasons I should, but I struggle to just get up and get into it. I can see a point in keeping myself clean and healthy, but I also see zero point in it since I don't feel like I am a person and that I am alive. I just exist. Not doing anything at all. I can't even get myself to watch a movie really for the last couple of years. Fucking miserable existence.
I don't even fucking feel bad about this shit. I'm just numb and I don't care. But I think I should start to try to get myself out of this. And starting by getting used to simple things should probablt help? I guess? I hope so?

No. 462263

>>462249
I've had a similar story with starting antidepressants at twelve. I was housebound by agoraphobia into my early twenties but even when I knew I was home all the time I made having baths a priority for some reason. It created a bit of a routine, got me out of my room and I got into nice smelling bath/shower products. Helped me feel a bit more human almost, even if I was the only person that noticed I'm clean

If it helps to hear this: personality disorders are typically at their worst in your twenties. I turned 30 last year and after nearly two decades of unrelenting depression I noticed a huge improvement. Mellowing out with age is possible with these disorders

And if you're low on motivation keeping the hygiene routine I recommend giving your teeth first priority, that counts most in the long run

No. 462282

>>462263
This is good advice.

Treat your washing as an activity you are engaging with, not a chore. Use nice products, get fun clothes ready to change into afterwards.
Brushing teeth is difficult to be fun, so just think about how much more annoying it would be to have cavities and rotten teeth. Brushing is easy compared to that.
You don't have to do it every day. Have an attutude that anything is better than nothing.
You can wash just parts at a time -hair one day, body the next, for example - so it's a smaller task.

Whatever you do that's more often than your current routine is an improvement. If you wash once a week, try once every 5 days instead.

No. 462289

>>462263
>>462282
Oh my gosh. Thank you for not calling me disgusting first of all.
Second, thank you a lot for the advice and support! I feel so stupid for being a failure that I am, but seeing that I need to improve is a step in the right direction.

No. 462294

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Help I’m going to Japan soon and I’ll like to try shooting something similar to this ty cow what’s the name of this style? Is it a specific period?
Does anyone have any recommendations on places to go in Tokyo?

No. 462297

>>462294
>what’s the name of this style?
Trash

No. 462298

>>462220
>>462249
I can relate a lot, I was never explicitly taught much about hygiene and also struggle a lot with depression and complete absence of any motivation whatsoever. What helps me with staying on top of my routines is using daily lists. I keep a bullet journal, not like the meme bullet journals with the fancy overdone calligraphy and stickers and watercolor drawings and shit, but just a really simple weekly layout where I can write what I'm supposed to get done that day.
Having a concrete list of what I should do helps to keep me accountable and getting to cross everything off is satisfying. If I write down "shower" on my daily to do but end up feeling lazy, I kinda guilt myself into doing it anyway because, well, I wrote it down, and it'd be embarrassing to leave the box unchecked, right? I also have a really cloudy shit memory due to depression so having a record of the last time I cleaned something is also useful and a good wake up call.

Good luck anon, it really sucks being so apathetic and numb but even the tiniest things can help. The hardest part is making that first step, everything after just gets easier.

No. 462306

>>462294
There’s a lot of kimono and yukata rental shops around japan, even outside of tokyo in other touristy cities like Kamakura. Though these shops specialize in pretty much traditional wear of it only, and you can usually have a shoot or walk around the city in it for a set amount of time. You’d have to go to specialized costume place that offers modified kimono for a shoot like this because… that one is showing so much skin it departs from the traditional design so much…. good luck with that.

As in places to go, fucking google it lmao. Even if you’re looking for niche places related to a certain subculture… Google it. Check instagram and twt because most places also advertise through those platforms different events they’re having, etc.

No. 462344

>>462294
The style is Oiran (花魁), high-class prostitute. That cow went to Kyoto to do the shoot

No. 462385

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>>462306
anon, you can wear traditional kimono like this lol. pic related. you just need to tell the person to tie it like this for you. it ruins the ohashori usually, but it's not impossible to do. you definitely sound like an uneducated weeb with this post.

No. 462391

>>462294

The name of the studio is Studio Kokoro in Kyoto, i’ve had a few friends do this as well

No. 462393

>>454349 wwwwhat actually makes a femcel? I am 25 and a virgin and I sometimes get this beating pain and a thought in the back of my mind that what if am a one? Explain it to me like you would to an idiot. Pls no booly or i will jump into the river.

No. 462401

>>462289 I am gonna add something quite small to this! Try to go to the stores, sniff some bath or shower products, lush has odd and cute stuff! Once you find the first smell that really gives you the "where the hell was this all my life?" Feeling, washing up can feel like a treat. Lotions too, i have had many of the problems you have and i also like to do things like putting on certain fragrance only when i go outside after a long agoraphobia stint, in my lil dumb brain i pretend it's gonna give me some immunity to whatever may lurk outside and i am now associating it with me being protected. I am sorry for the scent sperging, i have just found so much calmness and joy in scented stuff, i believe in you anon. You are trying, you're still in the game and if anyone shames you for having these issues, wtf fuck them. Love, scent sperg anon.

No. 462475

Is it weird for a guy that you haven't met yet to text you good morning/night and send heart emojis (after sending a trivial message)?

I met him on Hinge and we have a date tomorrow. He seems nice and interested enough but I'm a little wary… usually, no guys send me these types of messages (except my best friend (completely platonic)) unless they want something from me.

I'm just overthinking, aren't I?

No. 462476

>>462393
Militant self loathing and negatively projecting on any/everyone else.
Hating others for being sexual,feeling owed sex or intimacy, extreme misogyny, and a refusal to accept any personal responsibility or suggestions of change and/or personal growth.

No. 462508

>>462476 bitch passed the femcel test! Thank you anon, i was worried for a long second. I just have the basic body image issues when it comes to being intimate but when im by myself i think i look fine, i don't really even loathe myself and can see what self improvement i need and am i actively working on it too. Don't feel like no one owes me shit either. What a relief.

No. 462509

>put head on bfs stomach
>hear wwii noises
??? is this normal??

No. 462511

>>462508
Congrats. You’re definitely in the clear if you’re not bitter about it. Hope your self esteem picks up tho.

No. 462520

>>462475
he could be lovebombing you, you're not overthinking it imo people should be more wary about the people they meet off apps

No. 462553

So when talking to a fellow imageboard user, do you say sage like \ˈsāj\ or like sa-ge in sageru ?

No. 462555

>>462553
the former

No. 462557

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>>462475
The guy I’ve been talking to has been doing that in addition to calling me pet names. I think it’s a little weeeeeeeeird. Just be cautious and safe. I don’t think it’s a huge red flag, because of the normie meme about loving good morning/ goodnight texts from guys. He may just be replicating what he’s seen on the internet or what he did in his last relationship.

No. 462563

>>462393
I'd been sexually active for about 12 years when last year I realised just how pointless and mediocre sex with men really is. You're not missing out on much, honestly

No. 462565

>>462031
I can’t beli how long it took me to figure this out thank you based anon

No. 462566

are steven crowder, dave rubin and milo yiannopoulos all liars and doing it for the money?

No. 462569


No. 462580

Where is the best place to buy CBD gummies? I wamt to try them for my anxiety and depression… I feel like they wont work but I still want to try.

No. 462585

>>462580
Anon be honest are you 12

No. 462591

>>462585
Lol. No. Its just that there are lots of places to buy them and different prices and I don't really know if theres difference in quality

No. 462592

What books did you have to buy for University?

No. 462593

>>462591
There’s always different prices, edibles are something that you may only want to try from a reliable seller due to the fact that they could be made with the shittiest trimmings possible.

Tincture is best for everything avoid edibles unless you trust the source

No. 462595

>>462592
I'm not exactly sure what your asking anon, lol. This depends on your major and what is on the syllabus. You might want to wait a bit to see if the class really uses the textbook before buying it. I've only actually bought a couple of textbooks, and later turns out I didn't need to. You might be able to find a pdf of the book online or see if your library has it, physically or online. You could also try renting or asking around if others in your major have the pdf or book. I'm from the US though so textbook prices are ridiculous.

No. 462611

what to do when someone says they own you?

No. 462613

>>462611
Is it a man? Cut his balls off.

No. 462644

>>462611
Cut them out of my life entirely

No. 462646


No. 462649

>>462613
>>462644
>>462646
I feel these as a kneejerk reaction to someone saying "you're mine". is this unreasonable?

No. 462652

>>462649
The wording we were given is 'I own you' though, bit different

No. 462653

Does anyone else's face swells when they are depressed?
I have no idea if this is some kind of weird allergy or my inflammation but I always notice that my face gets supper puffy when I'm feeling like dying.

No. 462659

>>462652
yeah I know, im piggybacking on that a bit. my brain treats you're mine similarly to I own you.

No. 462660

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>dad has slapped my butt since I was a kid
>didn't really mind since a lot of people apparently do this as a sing of affection?
>I'm an adult now and it just plain makes me uncomfortable
>I never turn my back on him or bend over when we're in the same room.
>My sisters never seem to say anything about it but then again they don't really get slapped.

Am I overreacting? Does anyone else's parents do similar things?

No. 462663

>>462660

Dude say stop, your sisters probably got the same and normalised it on their own heads.

You can and need to set healthy boundaries for your own sake

Ask your mom/grandma/older female family member you trust about how they feel about this situation

A teacher of all fails

No. 462669

Stupid question but is it weird for me to feel scared of getting diagnosed for a mental illness?

I'm 21 and i know there is something wrong with me emotionally. I know I have anxiety and a form of OCD and something much more severe like ADHD or something and I want to get diagnosed but I'm scared getting put on medicine, my parents and extended family's judgement on me, and even my own worry of how I'll feel knowing there something about me I can't fix.

Been dealing with shit since I was young and my family doesn't believe mental illness is a thing, just a sign of "weakness" (father telling me to get over my anxiety like he got over his depression, my parents never mentioning long lines of anxiety within my family, suicide within the family, my parents saying no one will love me after 2 failed suicide attempts and self harm, etc.)

No. 462679

>>462660
That's definately a flirting thing, can't imagine ever doing that to a child or relative.

No. 462686

>>462660
If it's making you uncomfortable then you definitely need to say something. Trust your gut. It could just be a case of him not wanting to acknowledge that you're already all grown up and not his baby anymore, resulting in him holding onto old habits that are now inappropriate. That doesn't mean that you should let him continue, however. If it is innocent, then as a father he should feel horrified that he is making you uncomfortable in that way. If it isn't innocent, then you need to establish clear boundaries and make sure other people in your family know about them as well. He might get defensive about it at first, but I don't think that's necessarily a sign of ill-intent. If, however, the behavior continues after you tell him, I would get others involved.



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