Sunday, 23 April 2017 06:01 PM
#21147 So I'm just here to remind everyone that
1. Due, dew and do are different words.
2. Words that refer things that are plural *can* be treated as plural (i.e. "My family are happy to hear from you," "Nickleback are a terrible band."). I know it seems kind of wonky but trust me it is grammatically correct.
3. They are spelled prescription, peripheral, prerogative and grammar. Not perscription, periphrial, perogative and grammer.
4. Orientate is not a word.
5. You is both singular and plural. You all, you guys and y'all are a waste of breath.
Final point I'm going to make is if you plan on becoming an educator, please don't make these mistakes when correcting students papers.#makeamericaliterateagain
Saturday, 22 April 2017 12:30 PM
#21145 You're going to stay with your fat girlfriend because you're the cringiest kind of "will die alone" Ive seen on this page. I'd say you deserve to be with someone you aren't attracted to, and just settle like your parents did after the abortion failed, but that'd be unfair to your girlfriend. Have fun being miserable and telling strangers about it on the internet.
Saturday, 22 April 2017 05:59 AM
#21146 You when I was younger I used to not understand the appeal women had for taller men. But then I had sex with a girl roughly my height maybe a little taller. And things made sense. The Sex was awkward because I couldn't do certain things do to how tall she was in comparison to me. So I get it now, doesn't make me happy but it is what it is.
Thursday, 20 April 2017 11:36 PM
#21144 Yes, my girlfriend is quite apparently becoming fat. She's beginning to develop a FUPA. We're both young, and we have plans for the future. However, I may change those plans. If my girlfriend is becoming fat in her 20s, what will she look like in her 30s and 40s? I'd rather not find out if the current trend continues. Men, in general, don't like fat women. This is not cultural. It's biological. Fatness is an indicator of unhealthiness, and whether a woman is an appropriate mate. I enjoy when people tell me, "The ancient Greeks and medieval Europeans thought fat was beautiful! Look at their art!" No, they didn't. That's another myth to justify the degradation of all reasonable and respectable standards regarding the body. I think women today are spoiled. They expect everything for nothing. A lot of women who offer nothing, not even an attractive form, expect a handsome, intelligent, charming, humorous man. I don't expect much. I diligently keep up with myself, and I am faithful. I am open to letting my future wife stay home with the children for a while. I think a lot of women would like to stay home with their children. It's quite fashionable to disagree, however. I am also open to letting my future wife work. Having two incomes seems necessary in our economy anyway. There is one thing I can't tolerate, though: The neglecting of the body. There is nothing appealing about the lack of feminine shape and symmetry associated with fatness. And, quite frankly, I'd rather not spend a lifetime with someone who, in the prime of her fertility, is already letting herself go. You can tell me about how unreasonable I am. You can tell me how wrong I am, because I am setting "unreasonable standards." You can tell me how disgusting and judgmental I am because I am not attracted to overweigh women. That is all fine. I have standards - like my people before me. I am not a nihilist as most of you are. I don't abide by your extreme relativism, "tolerance," openness and indiscriminateness. Such "virtues," assuming they ever were, have become vices in our modern age. The average woman today weighs as much as the average male did in 1960, according to the CDC. That's shocking. But it gives us a clue as to why men are going their own way.