|Prickly Pete |
Wouldn't, would, would, would, wouldn't, wouldn't, definitely would, would, wouldn't (and probably wouldn't me), would, would, would (if I were drunk), would, would, would, would, might be 12, would, wouldn't, wouldn't.
I'm sure the lucky ladies will be thrilled to know they made the cut.
I'm pretty sure none of them would want to fuck you, however I wish to congratulate you on recognizing that it's wrong to sexualize a 12 year old girl.
This being the internet, I'm wondering if "Tempress" is someone who doesn't realize someone stole a second "t" from her name.
And when has this sort of thing ever worked for anyone, ever? It's like when your Scot Baio cult from high school has its roster roll-call video that was set to the "Joanie Loves Chachi" theme song leaked to the 'net.
...not that anyone recognized me from that, thank god...
That name is definitely "Iempress". So it's missing both 'T's.
I am a guy gamer! Don't hit on me you silly girls!
A hit parade of the brokeness that is GAMER GURRLS HEAR US ROAR :has a weepy tantrum over the sort of petty bullshit that nerds in general get overly heated up about and that nobody sane or with even an ounce of maturity would bother caring about:
What petty bullshit are you talking about? If it's gaming shit I can agree with you. Games and sports that I don't like are stupid. Talk shit about Douglas Adams text adventures, though, and I will cut you.
If it's the horrible fucking harassment that women get in online games, then fuck you. That shit is not okay, doesn't matter where it happens. A fucking culture where shit like Metroid: Other M gets made and none of the male critics notice the abusive fucking relationship between Samus and Adam is also not fucking okay.
uhhh, I was talking about gaming and internet DRAMA and other general nerd shit, not sexual harrassment or anything like that but thanks for quasi-flipping out at me, I guess
I mean it's possible to not think much of self-described GAMER GRRLS and, AND also not think it's OK to be creepy or weird towards women, it's just my general revulsion towards so-called "geek culture". (though being creepy or weird towards women seems to be part of "geek culture" not only from the openly he-man wimmen hater's club types but also from the sort of wimpy dork "Nice Guy" types who present a flimsy facade as admirers of "strong women" and such but let the mask slip too often)
You didn't specify so I wasn't sure. The stuff I mentioned is a huge ongoing debate right now.
No, licking that copy of Modern Warfare 3 is anything but "sexy"
I'm a girl! Look at meee!! LOOK AT MEE!!
Hey, guys--stop staring. That's not cool.
Some women like attention. If your attention is creeping them the fuck out, you're doing it wrong. Try not being gross about it. Plenty of men manage it, you can too!
Whats with the licking of the game packaging?
Although I hate a lot of GRRL GAMERRRR culture bullshit, I have to credit girls for getting together, making a clan, and making a big deal out of the fact they're women and sort of "coming out of the closet" so to speak. I know a few girls who play these Modern Warfare type games and they basically can never let anyone know they're female or else they get endless shit from the giant sacks of human garbage out there who think that being a fucktard to women online is the coolest NERD CULTURE thing to do. Of course, some women egg that sort of thing on and just like the attention (even though the attention is on a very creepy, fucked up level), but for the most part I'm blown away at the unbelievable bullshit women have to put up with in the gaming community at large.
Cherry Pop Culture
That whole Feminist Frequency thing really put it into perspective. I know there's so much bullshit online, I usually just lurk, but when a woman posts something that attacks the status quo, she gets rape and death threats. And then more threats.
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